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    1941 College All Stars Multi-Signed Oversized Original Francis Burke Photograph - With Jackie Robinson! Jackie Robinson was famous long before 1947. As a multisport phenom, he first gained national attention at UCLA, where he became the school's first four-letter man. However, it was on the gridiron where he shone the brightest, leading the Pacific Coast Conference in scoring as a junior and senior, and prompting Sports Weekly to call him "the greatest ball carrier on the gridiron today."

    Presented here is an original Francis Burke photograph that is signed by the 1941 College All Stars. Signed by Robinson in 7/10 black ink, he is joined by the entire roster of the memorable squad. Image measures to 11x19", and it is professionally framed and matted at 19x25". Moderate wear exhibited throughout. Full LOA from PSA/DNA (Harmon, Robinson, Evashevski).

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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