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A 1950's magazine page showing Jackie hitting a ball. It is signed by Jackie in black in the lower left corner and by Ewell in the upper right corner in red. Double matted and framed to 11x14 and ready to hang. Comes with a COA from a forensic hand-writing expert.We only accept second opinions from forensic handwriting examiners.
A great signature on a beautiful baseball
They taught him how to sign, ball is old and yellowed, strong sig
Mickey is shown with the Cypress Gardens Mermaids
Roger is shown in a batting stance the year of the M&M boys
Willie is shown making his famous bread basket catch, framed
Very nice signature on an official baseball
A combination photo showing them holding their bobbing head dolls
A nicely signed photo showing Billy on the edge of the dugout
Rube signed this small color card. Comes with larger photo unframed
From the early 50's and nicely signed by both
A great signature in ink on a newspaper featuring him. Great heavy framed
Nice photo of Ali with a towel on his shoulder. Great signature framed
From their historic World Series Win. Made Boston history
Roger holding his bobbing heard doll, framed
Two HOFers from NY and Boston together. Framed and very nice
Dizzy's brother and great pitcher. Framed with a nice photo
Adam is kicking the winning field goal at the super bowl in the snow
Great posed shot of Ted taking a swing. Nice signature and framed
Jim show posed to catch a grounder. Nice sig, unframed but matted
The scooter signed the photo with stat card, framed
Stan the Man' shown smashing a hit. Nice signature framed
nice signature and great shot of one of the best golfer ever, framed
One of the NY Yankee greats. Nice signature
signed and marked 1975 ALC.
Strong signature on an old ball in good condition
Newpaper showing 4 greats Lou and Babe on the ends and framed
From Dick Gordon sports (Yaz agent) signed by Boggs, Doer, Eckersley, Goudy,...
Mickey is shown holding his bobbing head doll. Matted not framed
A rare signed photo by Ali acknowledging his original name