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Hall of Fame Signed Postcard Collection Including Ed Walsh (80)
Starting Bid - $500.00 , Sold For - $1,645.00
This collection of eighty Hall of Fame signed postcards is comprised of four black-and-white cards (highlighted by a particularly scarce Ed Walsh signed plaque), seventy-five yellow cards, and one blue Dexter Press card. A total of fifty-two different players are represented (plus twenty-eight duplicates). Unless otherwise noted, the cards are in Excellent to Mint condition overall and have been signed on the front in a variety of inks (ranging in grade from "8" to "10"). The number of cards for each player (if more than one) is noted in parentheses. Black-and-White Postcards (4): Hubbell (3, one Vg), and Walsh (Vg). Yellow Postcards (75): Aparicio (Vg), Appling (Vg-Ex, "7"), Averill ("6"), Barlick (2), Berra, Boudreau (4, two Vg, two Ex), Carlton, Chandler (2), Conlan (personalized to Bob), Coveleski (Ex), Cronin (Vg, "7"), Dandridge (2), Dickey, DiMaggio, Doerr (2, one Vg-Ex, the other Ex), Feller (2, one Ex), Ferrell (2), Ford, Gehringer (2, one Ex, one Vg-Ex), Gomez, Greenberg (encapsulated by PSA), Grimes ("7"), Grove, Herman (2, both Vg), Hubbell (3, one Vg-Ex), Hunter (3, one Vg-Ex), Irvin, J. Johnson, Kaline, Kell (2, one Vg), Killebrew, Kiner, Koufax, Lemon, Leonard ("7"), Lopez, Lyons (Ex), Lee MacPhail (Vg, "7"), Mathews (Ex), Rizzuto, Roberts (3, one "6"), B. Robinson, Roush, Sewell, Slaughter (3), Snider (Vg), Terry (4), L. Waner (2), Wilhelm (2, one Vg, the other Vg-Ex), and B. Williams. Dexter Press Cards (1): Hoyt (signed twice, Vg-Ex). This is an impressive collection of classic signed Hall of Fame postcards, with all but the few examples noted in overall Excellent to Mint condition. The SMR value for the lot is $3,115. LOA from James Spence/JSA. Total: 80 signed cards. Reserve $500. Estimate $1,000/$2,000. SOLD FOR $1,645.00
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