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During the summer of 1936, Nazism was on the rise throughout Pre-War Eastern Europe. With the Olympic games set to take place in Berlin, Adolph Hitler planned to demonstrate the superiority of the Aryan race to the rest of the world. Not so fast, Adolph. A young African-American by the name of Jesse Owens didn't care for Hitler's politics - or any politics at all. He just wanted to represent his country to the best of his abilities. And that he did. Owens pulled off an amazing performance at the games, winning four gold medals for the United States, and forcing Adolph Hitler to eat his own words. Presented is a Worth unofficial baseball signed by track superstar, Jesse Owens. Owens has filled the entire side panel of the baseball with the inscription, "My best to you always Jesse Owens '36 Olympics". The bold black ink script rates a full 10 out of 10, while the almost snow white baseball rates Near Mint (NM). This is the finest Jesse Owens signed baseball that we have seen, and quite possibly the finest one in existence.
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