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    1933 Johnny Evers Handwritten & Signed Letter. Fierce, fiery and a consistently smart decision-maker on the baseball diamond, Johnny Evers walked a lot and struck out very infrequently, but, most importantly, he knew how to win. The three-time World Series Champion and 1914 N.L. MVP was enshrined in Cooperstown in 1946.

    Beautiful handwritten and signed letter on "Johnny Evers Co. of Baseball Fame" stationery is penned to a fan requesting his autograph on baseballs. Ever writes: "I am always glad to accommodate any baseballs purchased for signatures so enclosed please find some." He signs "John "Johnny" Evers" and below is typed "Chicago-Boston-Philadelphia, National League 1904-1917, 4 World Series." Evers' cursive script is large, bold and 9/10. Letterhead has customary folds, otherwise NRMT. Comes with original mailer postmarked "1933." Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from SGC Authentic.


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