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    Circa 1941 Bob Feller Original Burris Jenkins Production Art. In today's game, pitchers can make $30,000 for just recording one out. In 1941, Bob Feller robbed the bank when he was given a contract for $30,000, eclipsing Lefty Grove's $27,500. Famed baseball impressionist Burris Jenkins gave his take on this situation with the offered pencil drawing of Feller throwing a fast one right through a big fat hitter - essentially breaking the bank. Measures 17.75x22.5" and has a few editor's marks. EX/MT in our estimation.

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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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