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    Signed Ron Lewis "Living Legends" Complete Set (20) with 17 Signed - Includes Mantle, Mays, & Jackson.
    Offered is an absolutely remarkable complete set of 20 "Living Legends" art cards produced by sports artist Ron Lewis. These seldom seen cards were limited to just 5,000 individual sets produced. Each card measures 8x10" and is printed on heavy stock paper displaying illustrious colors. Seventeen of the twenty cards in the set have been signed with the exception of Nolan Ryan, Mike Schmidt, and Sandy Koufax. Includes the following signed cards - Mickey Mantle w/ "No. 7" Inscription, Johnny Bench, Willie Mays, Don Drysdale, Bob Feller, Yogi Berra, Bob Feller, Reggie Jackson, Harmon Killebrew, Eddie Mathews, Frank Robinson, Pete Rose, Red Schoendienst, Tom Seaver, Enos Slaughter, Duke Snider, and Warren Spahn. Each card that has been signed features a bold crisp sharpie signature. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA


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    March, 2018
    11th Sunday
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