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    1927 Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig Signed Autograph Book with Original Photographs from Barnstorming Tour. Update: A PSA Full LOA is included with this lot

    Following their assault on the baseball world, victorious teammates Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig took the show on the road following their 1927 World Series sweep. Both home run heroes dazzled crowds and spread baseball cheer to other areas of our country. The Yankee duo both signed this small autograph book (5x4") in fountain pen. There is a crease through the end of the "Babe" portion. Three original snapshots (2.75x4.5") are also included. One shows each player individually and the third has the duo together. Regular handling wear present on the photos. The particulars of the event, from when it took place in Sioux City, Iowa, are spelled out on the reverse of each. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    August, 2018
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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