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    1985 "Tough Winners of Two Games" Print Signed by Vice-President George H.W. Bush to Gary Carter from The Gary Carter Collection. Catcher Gary Carter, ball in mitt, shaking hands with Vice-President (and future president) George H.W. Bush after he threw out the first ball on opening day, April 9, 1985 at Shea Stadium. The Kid's signed inscription to Mr. Bush, offering thanks and well wishes, was on the original given to Mr. Bush that day. The first copy was given to Mr. Carter and signed by "Gary, I hope your hand has recovered from this first pitch. With pride in you. Sincerely, George Bush" in NRMT black sharpie. Matted and framed 23.5x30". NRMT. Letter of provenance from Sandy Carter. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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