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"Big Red Machine" Signed Collection (4)
Starting Bid - $200.00 , Sold For - $822.50
Collection of four signed items commemorating the Cincinnati Reds' fabled "Big Red Machine" of the mid 1970s. 1) 1976 Cincinnati Reds World Champions team-signed reunion ball. Twenty-eight blue-ink signatures ("10") on an Official National League (Coleman) ball, including Anderson (Mgr., sweet spot), Bench, Rose, Perez, Morgan, Griffey, Eastwick, Zachry, Gullett, Concepcion, Flynn, Geronimo, Foster, Billingham, Armbrister, Lum, Youngblood, Darcy, McEnaney, Plummer, Driessen, Norman, Borbon, and Bailey. Mt. 2) Color photo (11 x 12 inches) of Bench, Perez, Morgan, and Pete Rose posing together in uniform, signed in blue Sharpie ("10") by each player upon his image. The photo is in apparent Near Mint condition and has been matted and framed to total dimensions of 15 x 16.5 inches. 3) Limited-edition Pete Rose Cincinnati Reds replica jersey (number "14") commemorating both his National League and Major League records. The jersey features a lengthy blue Sharpie ("9/10") inscription by Rose on the front that reads, "Pete Rose - Hit King #4256 - 1963 NL ROY - 1973 NL MVP - 1975 WS MVP - 44 Game Hit Streak - Games 3562 - ABs 14,053 - 17X All Star - 500 Games at 5 positions - 200 Hits 10X - Times on Base 5929." Rose has also signed the jersey, "Charlie Hustle" along the bottom. Rose's records are embroidered in black and red on the front, as is the limitation number "47/500." Rose has nothing to apologize for in the creation of this outstanding limited edition. This is the ultimate Pete Rose signed display jersey. Mt. 4) 8 x 10-inch color photo of Rose picturing him on the field after breaking Ty Cobb's all-time hit record. Signed by Rose in blue Sharpie ("10") on the front. Nr-Mt. LOA from James Spence/JSA. Total: 4 items. Reserve $200. Estimate $400/$600. SOLD FOR $822.50
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