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    Circa 1990 Mickey Mantle "No. 7" Signed New York Yankees UDA Jersey. Mitchell & Ness' flawless reproduction of the Mick's rookie home flannel, complete with the American League Golden Anniversary patch on the sleeve, is made even more desirable by the addition of an unimprovable black sharpie signature under the logo "NY," complete with desirable "No. 7" notation. Seasoned autograph collectors are aware that Mantle avoided signing jerseys and bats whenever he could, leaving behind a relatively tiny supply compared to the quantity of baseballs and photographs bearing his signature. You'll be hard pressed to find a superior example to the jersey we present here--this is the highly desirable Upper Deck breed. Numbered 284/536 with an UDA hologram on the "Cooperstown Collection" label in the tail. Size large. COA from UDA. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
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