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New York Yankees Autographed Lot of (4) Including 1950s Reunion Ball With Mantle

Lot Number 518

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/30/2012 12:00:00 
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Having proudly donned pinstripes a half-century apart, familiar Bronx heroes have autographed the items in this lot of (4). Includes: 1950s Reunion Ball: a mildly toned OAL MacPhail orb (grade “7”) signed in ballpoint (average “9” strength) by (18) with Berra, Ford, Mantle and Slaughter (full JSA); Johnny Damon: 33” Louisville Slugger black bat signed on the barrel in silver marker (“7” strength; PSA/DNA cert/sticker); Joe Girardi: signed catcher’s mitt (“9”) and signed 1996 World Series ball (“8”; individual JSA certs/stickers). More on our website.

New York Yankees 1950s Reunion Ball OAL MacPhail ball signed in ballpoint by: Sweet Spot Ford; North Panel Coleman, Skowron, Martin, Bauer and Carroll; South Panel Carey, Mantle, Grim and Richardson; West Panel Larsen, Byrne (signed in blue felt tip), Berra and Ditmar; East Panel McDougald, Kucks, Slaughter and Shantz. Full photo LOA from JSA.

Johnny Damon Signed Bat a 33” Louisville Slugger “C243” model with a black “Smith” finish and silver-colored stampings. Between the center brand and barrel stampings, Damon’s Silver marker autograph and inscription of “18” projects (“7”) strength. The pro stock bat is uncracked and shows use in the form of ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the barrel, as well as checking on the hitting surface. PSA/DNA cert/sticker.

Joe Girardi Signed Catcher’s Mitt a Wilson “A2403” right-handed model signed in black marker (“9” strength) on the outer portion of the last finger. Note: this glove was obtained directly from Girardi's family and is reported to have been used by Girardi in a coaching capacity. Basic cert/sticker from JSA (for autograph only).
Joe Girardi Signed Baseball a snow-white “Official 1996 World Series Ball” signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“8” strength) and inscribed “1996 WS Champs” (JSA cert/sticker).

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