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    1925 Knute Rockne Signed Book. It was a good year for the legendary coach of the Fighting Irish, as Rockne led Notre Dame to a National Championship with a New Year's Day Rose Bowl victory, and later saw the book he authored, "Coaching," roll off the printing press to popular and critical acclaim. Presented is this copy of that publication, packed with over 200 pages of collegiate gridiron wisdom. Our favorite page, however, is the one directly after his photograph, offering a stellar black ink inscription, "Sincerely Knute Rockne." Two other people signed the opening page - most likely the owners. The book has some spine wear but is complete. There is very light water damage on the edges of the pages but the autograph is not compromised. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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