Five Large Framed/Signed Ted Williams Prints
These 5 princely prints, each framed and signed by The Splinter, effectively run the gamut of Williams' illustrious career. Spine-tingling images of Williams are on each in various poses. The constant, of course, is Ted uncoiling like a cobra taking his signature cut, with the most touching "End of an Era" by artist Lewis Watkins (28 x 34") depicting a latter-day Williams reflecting on his final game in 1960 and his final-at-bat home run at Fenway Park, scenes of which are recreated. A ticket from that Fenway finale is included under glass in the black frame. Watkins also created the "Triple Crown" (29 x 40") with a b&w image of Ted between 2 color images. Mounted in a brown-gray wood veneer frame. A '93 Gene Locklear print reading "The Ted Williams Card Company" (29 x 42") has Ted swinging with a ghostly image of himself looming in the background. Mounted in an opulent gold frame. A limited-edition Danny Mulay print numbered 36/406 (29 x 35") has the Williams swing arrayed by 4 images of him at bat, in the field, in the on-deck circle and a face shot, and his HOF plaque. Mounted in a light brown wood frame. Finally -- and a real treat -- is an '85 Armand LaMontagne print (30 x 36") of Williams thumpin' in the late '50s with the Yankee dugout behind him and the images of Casey Stnegel, Yogi Berra and Whitey Ford -- signed not only by Ted but by Yogi as well! Mounted in a black frame. All of the signatures are NRMT (the artists also signed ther works) with Ted adding his playing years "1936-1960" on the first print. Prints are also NRMT and immaculately preserved under glass. Some of the nicest Williams art we've seen, further distinguished by his always treasured signatures.
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