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    Signed Yellow Baseball HoF Plaque Post Cards PSA/DNA Collection (22) With Al Lopez. Offered is a collection of 22 different Baseball Hall of Fame post cards. All have been autographed along the top on the front and unless noted, all are signed in blue marker (most sharpie). Signatures range in quality from the "7" to "9" levels. Any inscriptions are noted below. Includes: Johnny Bench, Lou Boudreau, Rod Carew, Happy Chandler (Card has back surface damage/staining), Ray Dandridge, Bob Feller, Rollie Fingers, Charlie Gehringer, Bob Gibson, Fergie Jenkins, George Kell, Harmon Killebrew, Al Lopez (black marker), Johnny Mize, Paul Molitor, Phil Niekro, Jim Palmer "HoF 1990", Brooks Robinson, Nolan Ryan - Used in mail with 1999 HoF Induction cancellation), Duke Snider, Dick Williams "HoF 2008", Brooks and Carl Yastrzemski.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2012
    27th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 20
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