jersey's breast. This disk holds a black and red line graphic of a pitcher that incorporates the same legend found on the jersey's rear.
Original 1931 U.S. Baseball "Tour of Japan" Photographs (3 Different) - Two Featuring Lou Gehrig!
Measuring approximately 6" x 4", these photos feature black-and-white likenesses of our American diamond heroes as they assimilate Japanese traditions. Captured in two photos, Lou Gehrig's face is clearly recognizable.
1916 Chicago White Sox Panoramic Photo - Featuring Joe Jackson!
"Shoeless Joe" Jackson kneels at the far left in this formation of 1916 Chicago White Sox players lined up in front of a public gathering. The clarity inherent in the 25-3/4" x 8-1/2" photo is quite strong for an oversized picture of this vintage.
1951 New York Yankees A.L. Champions Team Photograph
The 1951 season was a time of overlapping eras for the Yankees, as DiMaggio bowed out of the game and the new kids like Mantle were making ready to carry the Dynasty even further. Both of those stars are pictured in this photo along with many other greats who played alongside them or coached them. Includes: Berra, DiMaggio, Mantle, Mize, Rizzuto, and Dickey.
Jimmie Foxx Signed Index Card - PSA/DNA GEM MT 10
An impossibly bold blue fountain pen signature ("Jimmie Foxx") resides on the unlined front side of this 3" x 5" index card. (A collector's handwritten plea for Foxx's autograph appears on the card's back.)
Babe Ruth Signed Profile Photograph
The "Sultan of Swat" took advantage of a large, blank area beneath his likeness to personalize the image, "To My Old Pal / Jimmy Donohue / From / Babe Ruth." The black fountain pen scripting rates "6-7" strength and clarity.
Jimmie Foxx 1933 Goudey #154 Signed Card - PSA/DNA MINT 9
The offered example is a vivid and deep, blue-inked beauty that neatly traverses the front of an otherwise unmarked period collectible.
Whitey Ford Signed Mantle/Ford Photos Hoard (100)
Here is a significant hoard of 100 identical color photographs (each approximately 8" x 10") taken of the two Hall of Famers well after their playing days were over. They may have turned gray and put on a few pounds, but as their broad smiles show, the duo never lost their fondness for each other! The legendary pitcher used blue Sharpie to carefully sign "Whitey Ford" ("9-10") to each of the offered items.
Lou Gehrig "1/1" Cut Signature Custom Trading Card
An splendid Lou Gehrig cut signature—rendered in pencil ("8")—resides at the lower left of this specially manufactured, standard-sized trading card. The card's graphic elements nicely complement the sweeping penmanship on the obverse, and the back features descriptive text.
Honus Wagner 1917 Signed Check - PSA/DNA-Authenticated
This signed check is from the personal account of Hall of Famer Honus Wagner (1874-1955). This document was drawn on the "CARNEGIE TRUST COMPANY" in the amount of $21.60. Made out on June 16, 1917 with the penmanship entirely in Wagner's hand, the check is signed "John H.