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See a Picture of this Item 116 Fine Jackie Robinson professional model baseball bat c.1953 (PSA "GU 9"). Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34.5+ long and weighs 34.5oz. with a bold Robinson facsimile signature impressed in the barrel end. Un-cracked and showing evidence of outstanding use, there are ball and stitch marks visible throughout. In addition, there are a number of green and blue rack streaks. Louisville Slugger factory records confirm the bat to have been ordered during the 1953 season; the only in which this particular model ("O16" as stamped in the knob) was shipped to Robinson. Hitting a respectable .329 for the year, Robinson once again lead the Dodgers to a National League Championship. The offered bat originates from the personal collection of a New York gentleman whose father was acquainted with an employee of the Brooklyn Dodgers back in the 1950s era. The employee knew the youth was a fan of the Dodgers and subsequently presented the boy+s father with the offered bat to be given to the young fan. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA (graded "GU 9"), LOA from Hunt Auctions, and letter of provenance from the original recipient : EX $90,000.00 ($50,000-$100,000) Closed to online bidding $90,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 148a Important 1966 Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers professional model home jersey (World Series Season) (Cy Young) (Final Season) (MEARS A9). The Los Angeles Dodgers entered the 1966 season as the favorite in the National League following their 1965 World Championship. The golden arm of Sandy Koufax had led the way to the Dodgers' success in the 1960s but was suffering greatly from an arthritic condition. Doctors has advised Koufax to retire to which he responded with a 1966 campaign that saw him pitch 323 innings with a record of 27-9 and ERA of 1.73. Pitching on two days rest, Koufax hurled the second game of a double header on the final day of the season in a must win situation clinching the NL pennant for the Dodgers. Although the 1966 NL season was a gleaming success for Sandy Koufax winning his third Cy Young Award the Dodgers fell to the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series. The most accomplished pitcher in the prestigious history of the Dodgers franchise left the game befitting of his mythical skill retiring after the 1966 season. Offered is a stunning Sandy Koufax Los Angeles Dodgers professional model home jersey dating to that very season of 1966. Classic cream color flannel jersey retains its original "Dodgers" royal blue team name across the front with red "32" beneath. Back of the jersey retains its original blue "32" numerals. Proper "Tim McAuliffe Inc." tagging is found affixed to the tail front with appropriate "66" and "44" year/set tagging. In the case of many McAuliffe jerseys of the period, most notably Dodgers and Giants, player names are typically seen chain stitched onto the fabric on the tail area near the manufacturer's tagging. This lack of name tagging is seen occasionally on Dodgers jerseys and is normally the case for Red Sox jerseys. This manufacturing anomaly is mentioned for accuracy only and is addressed in detail within the MEARS authentication report which has assessed an overall grade of A9 to the shirt. Overall condition presen $160,000.00 ($150,000-$300,000) Closed to online bidding $160,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 187 Highly important 1984 Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres National League Championship ring. At the young age of 24 Tony Gwynn led the upstart San Diego Padres to the National League pennant in 1984. His statistics for the storied 1984 season were quite literally difficult to believe for such a young player compiling a .351 batting average with 213 hits and a .410 on base percentage. Gwynn finished third in the Most Valuable Player voting, was a first time NL All-Star, and batted .368 in the NLCS. His status as an elite player within the game had been established in addition to becoming one of the new stars of Major League Baseball from the mid 1980s era along with others including Sandberg, Gooden, Boggs, and Mattingly. For the San Diego Padres the 1984 season was a breakthrough campaign capturing their first National League title behind a group of young players with a few notable veterans. Their unexpected success during the 1984 season led to record attendance for the franchise and renewed interest in the club as a whole. The Padres were defeated by the formidable Detroit Tigers in the 1984 World Series but there was no question that the season marked as a turning point for the organization. Offered is Tony Gwynn's original 1984 San Diego Padres National League Championship ring. Handsome ring with "Padres National League Champions" titling encircling the top with "SD" design having (23) diamonds inset onto a 'Padres' light brown color stone. One side panel features "Gwynn" name above NL insignia with "19" indicating uniform number. Other side panel displays "1984" dating above Padres logo, stadium, "Dreams Can Come True" slogan, and "RAK" initials in memoriam of team owner Ray Kroc. Interior ring band displays proper Balfour 14K hallmarks. Overall condition is outstanding with very minimal surface wear. The importance and rarity of this particular championship cannot be overstated. Tony Gwynn's position as the greatest player in San Diego Padres' franchise history $50,000.00 ($50,000-$100,000) Closed to online bidding $50,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 213 Significant 1998 Tony Gwynn San Diego Padres National League Championship ring. The 1998 World Series marked the second appearance in a Fall Classic for the San Diego Padres franchise. It was also the final postseason appearance for Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn whose storied career would end just two years later. Not surprisingly, Gwynn performed at an elite level batting .500 for the World Series in a losing effort to the powerful New York Yankees 1990s era dynasty team. Presented is Tony Gwynn's original 1998 World Series ring with interlocked "SD" lettering having (29) inlaid diamonds on a blue color stone inset. "Padres National League Champions" lettering encircles the top of the ring perimeter. One side panel displays, "Gwynn 19" along with image of NL Championship trophy with the other side panel having "1998" dating above Padres team insignia. Marked with proper Jostens 10K hallmark on interior ring band. Overall condition is superb with minimal surface wear. Includes its original custom made mahogany box having carved titling on lid denoting the Padres 1998 NL Championship. In concert with the presentation of Tony Gwynn's 1984 Padres NL Championship ring within this auction a similar ranking of significance may be assigned to the offered 1998 NL Championship ring. Its importance as a public offering of an original championship ring for the elite player on a World Series team is with few equals. Incredible championship piece from one of the greatest batsman in Major League Baseball history: NM $47,500.00 ($50,000-$100,000) Closed to online bidding $47,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 220 Fine 1986 Tony Gwynn Gold Glove award. Original Gold Glove award as presented to Tony Gwynn in recognition of his outstanding defense for the 1986 season. Universally regarded as one of the greatest batsman in the history of the game Gwynn worked tirelessly to improve his defensive skills after his collegiate career. As in most aspects of his baseball career Tony succeeded and went on to win a total of (5) Gold Glove Awards presented by Rawlings. The offered award presents in fine overall condition with gold leaf decorated leather Rawlings glove and baseballs positioned atop a mahogany wooden base. Dated and inscribed to Gwynn on the base with portrait image visible on pedestal beneath the glove. Notably clean general condition with some very minor age fading to the wooden finish surface noted for accuracy only. Highly significant personal award from one of the greatest players of the modern era and the only example to have been offered publicly by the Gwynn family: EX-MT $35,000.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding $35,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 225 Important Tony Gwynn 1988 National League Batting Champion Silver Bat award. Full sized 34" silver plated baseball bat has the famed "Louisville Slugger" logo engraved at the centerbrand area. "Tony Gwynn" facsimile signature appears on the barrel which is lettered, "Batting Champion 1988, National League, B.A. .313." Touch of light wear to the silver finished surface. One of the most consistent hitters in the history of the game, Gwynn won a total of (8) batting titles, equaling the National League record he now shares with Honus Wagner. Never once hitting below .309, his .338 career average is, by far, the best of any player to set foot on the field since Ted Williams. The 1988 season marked his second consecutive atop the N.L. and for his efforts he was presented with this particular award, the third of his career. Given his importance as a hitter and standing within the games' history, we are comfortable in stating that this ranks among the most significant modern era baseball award pieces ever offered at auction. Includes letter of provenance from the Gwynn Family: EX/MT $22,500.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding $22,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 226 Important Tony Gwynn 1989 National League Batting Champion award. Full sized 34" silver plated baseball bat has the famed "Louisville Slugger" logo engraved at the centerbrand area. "Tony Gwynn" facsimile signature appears on the barrel which is lettered, "Batting Champion 1989, National League, B.A. .336." Touch of light wear to the silver finished surface. One of the most consistent hitters in the history of the game, Gwynn won a total of (8) batting titles, equaling the National League record he now shares with Honus Wagner. Never once hitting below .309, his .338 career average is, by far, the best of any player to set foot on the field since Ted Williams. The 1989 season marked his third consecutive atop the N.L. and for his efforts he was presented with this award, the fourth of his career. Given his importance as a hitter and standing within the games' history, we are comfortable in stating that this ranks among the most significant modern era baseball award pieces ever offered at auction. Includes letter of provenance from the Gwynn Family: EX/MT $22,500.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding $22,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 236 Highly significant 2001 Tony Gwynn Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award by Tiffany & Co. Tony Gwynn exemplified all that was good within the game of baseball during the entirety of his 20 year career Major League Baseball career. Universally respected by teammates and opponents alike, Gwynn played the game with an acumen previously unequalled within the game. Accompanied by an off the field persona worthy of his status as an ambassador for the game Gwynn earned a reputation as one of the most giving and charitable figures during his career with the San Diego Padres. As such, during the 2001 MLB All-Star Game Gwynn was bestowed with the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award in recognition of his historic career. The striking award stands 11" tall with a cylindrical pillar supporting a gold plated sterling silver baseball inscribed to Gwynn by Commissioner Bud Selig along with titling, "Tony Gwynn Eight National League Batting Titles, San Diego Padres, 1982-2001". Both the trophy base and the baseball finial are impressed with proper Tiffany & Co. sterling silver hallmarks. Overall condition is very fine with some minimal wear to a few areas. One of the most prestigious and significant Major League Baseball achievement awards with additional desirability accredited to Gwynn's iconic status within the history of the game: NM $22,500.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding $22,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 242 1986 Tony Gwynn "Silver Slugger Award." Significant and prestigious presentational piece features a full sized metal bat supported by homeplate shaped wooden base and upright backing. Mounted at top is a "Louisville Slugger" logo and below, an engraved metal placard reading in part, "Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Silver Slugger Award, Presented to Tony Gwynn - OF San Diego Padres, Member of the Sporting News National League Offensive Team, 1986..." An important honor as bestowed annually by Major League Coaches and Managers and one of (7) earned by Gwynn whom is considered one of the best and most consistent hitters in baseball history. Approx. 35" tall and 11" wide with a touch of light wear on the back, the result of prior display within the Gwynn Collection. Includes letter of provenance from the Gwynn Family: NM $13,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 243 1995 Tony Gwynn "Silver Slugger Award." Significant and prestigious presentational piece features a full sized metal bat supported by homeplate shaped wooden base and upright backing. Mounted at top is a "Louisville Slugger" logo and below, an engraved metal placard reading in part, "Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Silver Slugger Award, Presented to Tony Gwynn - OF San Diego, Member of the Sporting News National League Offensive Team, 1995..." An important honor as bestowed annually by Major League Coaches and Managers and one of (7) earned by Gwynn whom is considered one of the best and most consistent hitters in baseball history. Approx. 35" tall and 11" wide with a hint of light wear. Includes letter of provenance from the Gwynn Family: NM $12,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 249 1869 Cincinnati Reds Peck & Snyder advertising trade card. Rare and important trade card, generally considered among the first "baseball cards" ever issued, features a large sepia toned photographic image of baseball's earliest professional team. Lead by Hall of Fame brothers George and Harry Wright, the club played games from Coast to Coast, posting a perfect record, and helping to grow the game which would become known as our National Pastime. The card exists today in very limited numbers and in (3) different configurations. This example, being the small type with "ad back", is seemingly the most seldom offered with (5) combined copies listed on the PSA and SGC population reports. The card has chipping to corners with each rounded with a small section missing. Additional chipping/wear can be found on the edges and is more pronounced on the lower edge. What appear to be creases along the bottom (below image) and on right side are deep and cause some separation of the material. Photographic portion itself remains relatively crisp with fine contrast and clarity. A seldom offered rarity and the first we have handled in many years: SGC "Authentic" $7,500.00 ($7,500-$12,500) Closed to online bidding $7,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 267 Significant 1912 Joe Wood Boston Red Sox World Championship presentational charm. Elegant award piece executed in gold with an inlaid red enameled border having -Boston Red Sox Baseball Club World+s Champions+ text. The year -1912+ is at the center, set within baseball field decor, and accented with a pair of raised bats. Just above sits a large diamond of approx. .5 carat weight. Engraving on the back reads in full, -Presented To Joe Wood By Boston American B.B. Club+ and it is marked -14K+ and -Frank A. Gendreau, Boston.+ The charm weighs (20) grams and measures approx. 1.25+ across. Likely intended for use as a watch fob, the small handful to have surfaced from other team members are done in a smaller and far less intricate design. Just 22 years old in 1912, Smokey Joe Wood put forth an exceptional season long effort winning (34) games en route to a World Series appearance against the New York Giants. In a now Legendary performance he faced Christy Mathewson twice and is credited with (3) of the Red Sox wins including the final and deciding Game (8). He was arguably the most important player on the Red Sox first Championship team and it is fitting that a more substantive piece of jewelry was commissioned in his honor. From the era which pre-dates the presentation of now customary rings, it can be stated that this charm ranks among the more important pieces of Championship jewelry to have entered the marketplace. Includes letter of provenance with related jeweler+s letter corroborating origination from Wood Family Collection : EX/MT-NM $75,000.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to online bidding $75,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 271 Exceptional and rare 1919 Babe Ruth autographed -Boston Red Sox+ inscribed baseball. Reach B.Johnson red and blue stitched Official American League baseball has been signed just off the sweet spot, -Babe Ruth+ and further inscribed in his hand -Sep 6/19 Boston Red Sox.+ The signature, done in period fountain pen, rates 7-7/8 out of 10. In addition, teammate Stuffy McInnis (-Jack McInnis, Red Sox+) has signed a side panel, likewise in fountain pen rating a now faded 4-4/5. The ball itself displays general soiling with some light/mild usage wear. The Red Sox were in Philadelphia to play a doubleheader against the Athletics on the date noted and won both games with Ruth batting cleanup. It was a breakout season for The Babe and among the most important of the 20th Century. Fueled by his desire to play full time, the Red Sox shifted Ruth from the pitcher+s mound to the outfield and, now able to make a full slate of plate appearances, he single handedly ushered in the era of the homerun setting a new record. By seasons+ end he was a National sensation and packing the stands at Fenway Park. It would, however, be his final season in Boston and in one of the most ill fated decisions in the history of organized sport, team owner Harry Frazee, under financial duress, sold his contract to the New York Yankees in December of 1919. Some years later, for an unknown occasion, this ball resurfaced in the Philadelphia area and was signed by Phillies player Del Ennis (ink, 7/8, with what appears to be a 1952 date written below) and Coach Bennie Bengough (5/6) (an additional sig. is faded/undecipherable). The offered baseball numbers as one of a scant few surviving documented and authenticated exemplars dating to Ruth+s Red Sox playing career and may well be the finest of the group with note to the handwritten team notation. The ball was originally discovered in a chest of drawers in New England in 1938. An incredible scarcity and one of the finest Ruth signed baseballs we have handle $55,000.00 ($15,000-$30,000) Closed to online bidding $55,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 275 Exceptional Ty Cobb single signed baseball. Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed across the side panel, "From, Ty Cobb." The signature is done in trademark green fountain pen rating 9-9/10 out of 10. Ball displays light even toning with well-defined stampings. This particular baseball was one of two dozen signed back in 1959 for an event hosted GMA Insurance by Mr. James Wavada in Kansas City, MO. The baseballs were given to the attendees of the event with Mr. Wavada retaining the offered example for himself. Universally considered among the greatest players in history, Cobb remains one of baseball's most celebrated and revered figures. Cobb single signed baseballs in high grade condition are among the most desirable of any Hall of Fame inductees with the offered ball ranking among the finest we have handled. Includes full LOA from JSA: NM $11,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding $11,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 283 Remarkable 1927 New York Yankees autograph collection featuring (29) signed pieces including all Hall of Famers and key rarities. Visually imposing oversized wall hanging represents the labors of a dedicated collector whom took many years pursuing autographs from each member of the famed Championship team. The difficult nature of such an advanced undertaking cannot be overstated with the known signature population of some of these players being a dozen or less. Includes Babe Ruth ("G.H. Ruth") appearing on a personal check, dated 1936, and made payable to "New York State Income Tax"; bold "Lou Gehrig" pencil signature on album page; publication/print images signed "Tony Lazzeri" and "Arthur Fletcher"; a pair of "Atlantic Lithograph" documents, granting permission of the use of their likenesses, signed by the notoriously rare Urban Shocker ("Urban J. Shocker") and John Grabowski ("John P. Grabowski") with each adding further related handwritten notation; similarly rare Walter Beall twice signed endorsement on back of a 1927 Yankees payroll check, additional payroll check endorsed by Ben Paschal (year unknown), and a 1925 dated payroll check signed by Jacob Ruppert and Ed Barrow (the last made out to Wally Schang); scarce "Joe Giard" signed index card and slightly smaller card with scarce "Chas. O'Leary" signature; small paper slip signed "Miller J. Huggins", additional (which is irregular in shape) signed "Myles Thomas", and clipped return address section of envelope signed "Herbert J. Pennock"; handwritten note signed "Walter Dutch Ruether"; personal checks signed by Earle Combs and Wilcy Moore; and index cards signed by Bennie Bengough, Geo. Pipgras, Bob Shawkey, Pat Collins, Waite Hoyt, Ray Morehart, Mike Gazella, Joe Dugan (trimmed), Mark Koenig, Julian Wera, Bob Meusel, and Cedric Durst. Signatures generally rate 8 out of 10 or better with some light to mild scattered wear. All pieces are housed in 43.5"x63" display ("floated" at corners/edges and fully removabl $18,000.00 ($25,000-$50,000) Closed to online bidding $18,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 286 Lou Gehrig professional model baseball bat c.1930-32. Hanna Batrite "Georgia Driver" has the name "Gehrig" block lettered into the barrel along with "11" model number. The bat measures 35" and weighs 34.9oz. Outstanding usage wear evident throughout with ball and cleats marks visible on the barrel. A handle crack has been expertly repaired. The use of Hanna bats by Gehrig, particularly during a period of dispute with Louisville Slugger, is well known. This example is fresh to the hobby and being offered for the first time. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA (graded "GU 6") and LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $11,500.00 ($7,500-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $11,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 287 Exceptional 1927 Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig autographed baseball. Off white red and black stitched Wilson "Official League" baseball is signed by Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Edgar "Dud" Branom. A superb example of Ruth's signature occupies the sweet spot in vibrant blue ink rating a resounding 9 out of 10. Gehrig is positioned on the panel above rating 9 out of 10 in boldness with light feathering to "Lou". An additional signature of journeyman minor leaguer and PCL player, Dud Branom, appears beneath Gehrig. A date notation adjacent to Ruth's signature in an unknown hand reads "Oct. 15th, 1927", just seven days after the Yankees completed their sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates to capture the World Series title and complete the most dominant season in baseball history. The date notation and the presence of the signature of Branom, who played for Portland of the PCL in 1927, suggests that the ball was signed during a northwestern stop on Ruth and Gehrig's famed Bustin' Babes and Larrupin' Lous barnstorming tour. The ball itself shows minimal evidence of handling with an unblemished creamy-white surface which ideally showcases the pronounced signatures. A facsimile name stamping of minor league president T.J. Hickey is found on a separate side panel. Superb condition exemplar featuring the coveted Ruth/Gehrig signature combo from the most prolific year of their career. Includes full LOA from JSA: NM $13,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 297 1934 Tour of Japan team autographed baseball. Mizuno red and black stitched "Middle School League Ball" has been signed by (19) incl. Ruth, Gehrig, Gomez, O'Doul, McNair, Cascarella, Berg, Hayes, Averill, Miller, Gehringer, Foxx, Brown, Quinn (Umpire), Warstler, Whitehill, Ebbling, and Mack. All are done in period fountain pen rating 5 to7/8 out of 10 with a few lesser. Ruth, on the sweetspot, and Gehrig, side panel, remain a strong 6-6/7. Ball has toned with some variations in the resulting surface color and has a touch of light wear. There are a few errant ink marks over the Mizuno stamping. From the famed Halper Collection and includes full LOA from JSA: Ball: Vg, Signatures: Range EX-EX/MT $5,000.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $5,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 299 Fine 1934 New York Yankees team signed baseball. Red and blue stitched Spalding "Babe Ruth Home Run Special" model baseball has been signed by (23) with "Babe Ruth" appearing in bold fountain pen across the sweetspot (7-7/8 out of 10). On the panel directly above is an uncommonly large "Lou Gehrig" autograph which is positioned ideally for display. Other signers incl. Lazzeri, Gomez, Combs, Ruffing, Dickey, Crosetti, and Rolfe. Grimes is clubhouse signed. Balance rate 6-8 out of 10 and the ball displays mild toning to a light coat of protective shellac and has a hint of light scattered wear. Includes full LOA from JSA: Ball VG-EX, Sigs.Range VG/EX-EX/MT $6,000.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 311 Outstanding 1943 War Bond Benefit Game autographed baseball including (7) Hall of Fame Inaugural Class Inductees. Red and orange stitched Spalding F.Frick Official National League baseball has been signed by Babe Ruth, Walter Johnson, Eddie Collins, Honus Wagner, Tris Speaker, Red Murray, Connie Mack, Duffy Lewis, Frank Frisch, Hank Gowdy, and George Sisler. All are done in period fountain pen rating uniformly strong 8-8/9 out of 10. Ball displays mild even toning and some light use/wear. A clear coat of shellac was applied long ago to aid in preservation and there is a notation across the sweetspot reading, "Old Timers Game 1943." The group had gathered at The Polo Grounds in support of the war effort; the second such meeting of Ruth and Johnson whom had faced each other in a similar exhibition at Yankee Stadium in 1942. The assemblage of talent no doubt had intended effect and this resulting autographed "team" ball is host to some of the greatest names in baseball history. Includes full LOA from JSA: Ball EX, Sigs. EX/MT-NM $27,500.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding $27,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 355 Rare 1980 Tony Taylor Philadelphia Phillies World Series Championship 10k gold ring. Desirable original Championship ring as issued by the Phillies to Taylor as a member of the organization following their much heralded inaugural franchise World Series Championship. Though no longer in his playing days, Taylor had long served the Philadelphia faithful through (15) seasons and is a beloved member of their "Wall of Fame." A diamond accented "P" team logo appears over maroon stone background. Beveled edges of the face are lettered, "Philadelphia Phillies, World Champions." On the left shank is the year "1980" above a relief of the World Series trophy. Right shows Veterans Stadium and the name "Taylor." Marked "LGB 10K" on the interior band which has a small indentation. Long cherished by Taylor it was clearly well worn with mild wear throughout. An exceedingly rare team issued example dating from the period being one of a scant few we have offered: EX-MT $13,000.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 378 July 5, 2011 Derek Jeter game used New York Yankees road jersey (MLB Authentication/Steiner). Highly sought after and desirable jersey worn during the game played in Cleveland, won by New York 9-2. Jeter went 2-6, collecting career hits number (2,995) and (2,996), and drove in a pair of RBIs. Road gray jersey has "New York" lettered across the front and number "2" on back. "Majestic" manufacturers tag on the front tail has adjacent size (48) and "2011" year flag tags. Below is a heat affixed Yankees team inventory bar code. Wash tag inside is properly coded "0062R." Usage and wash wear evident throughout. MLB Authentication hologram affixed (FJ 266805) listing the jersey as "game-used." Includes LOA from Steiner Sports: EX $5,940.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding DNS

 
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