Significant Baseball Signature Collection with Scarce Hall of Fame Autographs (136).
Amazing collection of Baseball signatures reads like a who's who of Hall of Famers and Superstars. Plenty of scarce HOFer's. Includes signed cuts, album pages, HOF plaques, 3x5's, magazine photos, etc. Lots of Negro League stars. One of the best signature collections we have offered. Remarkable group includes: Cut Signatures (15): Jesse Burkett, Charles Comiskey, Ki Ki Cuyler, Tom Connolly, Fred Clarke, Paul Waner, George Sisler, Bobby Wallace, Rabbit Maranville, and more; 3x5's, GPC's, and Album Pages (69): Wilbert Robinson, Bill McKechnie (2), Ed Walsh, Eppa Rixey, Bobby Wallace, Nestor Chylak, Goose Goslin. Sam Crawford, Fred Snodgrass, Lyman Bostock, Dummy Hoy, "Sad" Sam Jones, Jimmie Crutchfield, Bill "Ready" Cash, Lorenzo "Piper" Davis, Ducky Davenport, Bill Byrd, and others; Gum Cards (3): Arky Vaughan (1941 Playball), Lloyd Waner (1933 Goudey), Dave Bancroft (1961 Fleer); Hall of Fame Plaque Postcards (7): Mickey Cochrane (Albertype), Ford Frick, Judy Johnson, Max Carey, Stan Coveleski, and Waite Hoyt; Perez Steele Postcards (2): Roy Campanella (Celebration series), and Cool Papa Bell (Art series); Picture Postcards or Postcard Sized Photos (10): Eppa Rixey, Joe Medwick, Walter Alston, Burleigh Grimes, Lloyd Waner, and others; Signed Books (1): Bill Veeck (Veeck as in wreck); Signed Programs, Magazines, and Magazine Photos (9): Chuck Klein, Gil Hodges, Elston Howard (4), Billy Martin (2), Harry Hooper, Zack wheat, and more; Signed Documents (2): Tom Yawkey (Player's Contract), and Stan Hack (Manager's Contract); Misc. Autographed Items (18): "Kid" Nichols (Handwritten Letter on the reverse of a "Souvenir of Kid Nichols Day" handbill), Connie Mack (blank stationary), Boston Red Sox team signed album page with Tom Yawkey and Moe Berg, Bill McKechnie (First Day Cover x 2), Joe Vince and Dom DiMaggio (First Day Cover signed by all three), Mike Marshall (envelope), and much, much more. A truly impressive collection with fabulous potential for break up. It must be seen to be fully appreciated.