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    Circa 1989 Hall of Famers Multi-Signed Bat. This Cooperstown Collection bat (34.5") was signed around the time of the Baseball Hall of Fame's fiftieth anniversary. Blue felt tip was used by the sporting greats. Signatures average 8/10 to 10/10 with the following: Musial, Brock, Killebrew, Berra, Williams, Yastrzemski, Perry, Jack Buck, Banks, Frank Robinson, Aaron, Schoendienst, Barlick, Kaline, Doerr, Marichal, Hunter, Ozzie Smith, Leonard, Spahn, Doerr, Kiner, Stargell, Kell, Jenkins, Boudreau, Feller, Lemon, Mathews, Aparicio, Drysdale, Roberts, Ferrell, Snider, Irvin, Lopez, Koufax, Slaughter, Mize, Brooks Robinson, Appling, Bench, Ford, McCovey, Mays, Palmer and Wynn. According to JSA, the following appear to be enhanced: Lopez, Barlick, Mays, Wilhelm, Frank Robinson and Berra. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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