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    Jim Thorpe & Ted Williams Signed Photograph. Image measures 8x10" in size and pictures Thorpe and Ted Williams admiring a fishing rod, a tool with which each was highly familiar. Interestingly, this photo shoot also spawned the number "70" card from the famous 1958 Fleer set celebrating Williams' legendary career. A strong 8/10 black ink inscription on the image side of the photo offers the baseball Hall of Famer's salutation, "To Jim, your friend & biggest booster, Ted Williams." Blue ink inscription on verso rates 10/10, and reads, "Property of Jim Thorpe." Photo shows some wear and tear at the edges that has been reinforced on verso with tape, but visual appeal is not negatively affected and both historic autographs remain well clear. A simply amazing piece! LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
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