1933 "Who's Who in Baseball" Signed Pages Lot of 39. While most people used the leatherbound Who's Who in Baseball as a statistical bible, astute autograph collectors were able to have a solid medium for autographs. These pages are signed by baseball players of the time in 9/10 to 10/10 ink. All pages are individually signed unless noted. Included are: Luke Appling, Hank Greenberg, Muddy Ruel, Charlie Grimm/Lefty Grove (page ripped autographs not affected), Burt Shotton/Al Simmons, Hug Critz/Joe Cronin, Billy Herman, Jimmie Dykes, Earl Averill, Rip Collins, Bob Herman, John Vergez, Earl Whitehill, Syl Johnson/Silas Johnson, Ossie Bluege, Pat Malone/Gus Mancuso, Mark Koenig/John Knott, Herman Bell, Paul Derringer, Tex Carleton, Jim Mooney, Walter Roettger, Allyn Stout, Bruce Campbell, Earl Adams, Spud Davis, Watty Watkins, Sam West, Woody English, Ernie Orsatti, Riggs Stephenson, Bud Tinning, Tom Thevenow, Joe Kuhel, Buddy Myer, Bing Miller, Doc Cramer, Bill Hallahan/Roy Hansen and Jerry Walker. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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