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    Circa 1940 Walter Johnson Handwritten Signed Letter with Spectacular Content. The Big Train reminisces about his storied career in this handwritten letter boasting the finest content we've ever encountered in a Johnson letter. The text, in its entirety:

    "Dear Sam, The best pitcher I ever saw I think was Grover Alexander. The one with most ability was Rube Waddell. The best natural hitter I ever saw was Joe Jackson. I expect the biggest thrill I ever got from a ball game was the last game we played the Giants in the 1924 World's Series. Best Wishes to You, Walter Johnson."

    The letter exhibits original mailing folds but no other visible issues (has not been examined outside of frame). Writing is 9/10. Framed to dimensions of 22.5x19". Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


    Fees, Shipping, and Handling Description: Framed - without Glass, Medium (view shipping information)

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