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    1939 Honus Wagner Signed First Day Cover. The ultimate home for an autograph from a first-round Hall of Famer is this beautiful cachet dating to the Baseball Centennial and the opening of the Cooperstown landmark that Wagner helped to christen. Wagner's photographic image appears at the center of a silver foil design and text, and his black fountain pen autograph resides just to the right. The signature remains as strong as it was the day the Pirates legend applied it, though it seems that the ink was running dry, leaving the "Honus" quite dark, and the "Wagner" a shade or two lighter. Some mild toning of the envelope does nothing to detract. Pre-Certified.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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