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    1961 New York Yankees Reunion Team Signed Lithograph Display. A masterful and painstakingly detailed painting by noted sports artist Ron Lewis, and then signed by thirty-two of the men who made the 1961 season one of the most memorable in the history of the Bronx. The great Roger Maris had sadly passed by the time of the reunion, but just about everyone else is here, in 6/10 blue sharpie with some lesser. Major departures will be notated. Included are: Torgeson (5/10), Gonder, Reed, Gardner, Coates (reduced), Terry, Sheldon, Reniff, Hale, Clevenger, James (reduced), Turley, DeMaestri (reduced), Downing, Tresh, Mantle (7/10 inscribed "No. 7"), Ford, Lopez, Duren (reduced), Stafford (reduced), Skowron, Houk, Sain, Berra, Richardson, Blanchard, Boyer and more. Artist Ron Lewis also signed on. Dimensions are 34x20.5" (showing) and 40x26.5" (entirety). Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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