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    1969 New York Mets Team Signed Photograph. In a decade in which America had endured Cold War confrontations, political assassinations, and social upheaval, 1969 was the perfect finale because it provided the nation with a feeling of hope and a belief in limitless possibilities. There was the Jets improbably victory, the historic moon landing, peace and love at Woodstock, and of course the Miracle Mets.

    The oversized color photograph here depicts the "1969 World Champions" and is signed (9/10) by thirty Amazin's over their images in fine sharpie, including Berra, Seaver, Ryan, Jones, Agee, Swoboda, Koosman, McGraw, Harrelson, Garrett, Grote, Dyer, Walker, Yost, and Pignatano. Triple-matted and framed at 28.5x24". Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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