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    1930's Honus Wagner Signed Postcard & Cut Signature. A pair of slabbed autographs from the Old Dutchman creates a single delectable lot. Best is a 1934 postcard to a girlfriend back home in Carnegie, PA. Wagner writes from the Big Apple, referencing the image of the newly constructed Chrysler Building on the image side of the card. "How would a Bldg like this look in Carnegie," he jokes. He closes his bold black ink writing with a signed "Honus." We get his surname with the second half of the lot, a simple penciled "Wagner" clipped from an old scorecard. Both signatures rate 9/10 or better. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    Jan-Feb, 2013
    13th-10th Sunday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 10
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