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Decathlon Series - Various Toronto Blue Jays - Rare Issues of Nolan Ryan & Harmon Killebrew - & - More Below

 

Decathlon Series Lithographs

Limited Edition - Signed & Numbered by both Player & Artist - See List Below

These are Sold Out Issues - Low Limited Issue Size & Unique One of a Kind Features

Gorgeous, life like art renditions - Boldly & beautifully signed by each player in Black Permanent Ink - Not Pencil

 

Only 1 for each Players HR or Win were issued

For example, Mickey Mantle hit 536 regular season Home Runs - & - 18 World Series HR's

Only 1 for each HR exists for a total of 554 Lithographs

Not just an autographed lithograph - In addition, each player has included in their own hand the

Career HR # or Win # - the Date it occurred - the Opposing Team - &- the Stadium - Making each, one of a kind

Included is Ted Williams possibly the greatest hitter in baseball history

He spent nearly 5 years & 2 stints in military service otherwise his HR total could have easily surpassed 650

Warren Spahn is regarded as baseball's all-time best left-handed pitcher with 363 regular season wins

He won his 1st major league game at the late age of 25

Had it not been for 3 plus years of military service he more than likely would have exceeded 400 Victories

The litho offered below regarding his WS wins is a sub issue of the 363 issued & Very Rare - Only 4 Exist

 

Each is Signed - & - Numbered in Pencil by Renowned Sports Artist, Cliff Spohn

Printed on 100% Rag Cotton, Acid Free Stock, Neutral PH Balanced

There were 9 players issued in the series

The original large full color fold out Brochure with a full size image will be included Free w/ Purchase - Or - is available for $5.00 postage

& includes a copy of a 1990 Baseball Card News Review

In addition the selections below represent Significant Career Achievements

If you are looking to purchase a "Decathlon", it may as well be the cream of the crop

Definitely a conversational & historical piece you will proudly own

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All Signatures are Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - All Below are NM+ to NM M - Like New

Un-Framed Issues - Will be Shipped in a "Crush Proof Tube" to Prevent Damage - Size, 18" wide x 24" high

Shipping Cost is "Not Included" in the Price - To be Determined Pending "Shipping Location" - Or - Can be Picked Up

Framed Issues - Are Pick-Ups Only - No shipping due to Glass - Frame Size, 24" wide x 30 1/2' high

Each is Triple Matted in Coordinating Team Colors - w/ - a Bevelled "V" Grove (See Photos) - &

in a 2" Deep Solid Oak Wood Frame - Beautifully Presented - & - Ready to Hang

All Mats are Acid Free to Protect each Lithograph + Each are built up on the back - w/ - Acid Free Mats

No Moisture or Water Damage - No Fading - None have been Exposed to Sunlight

Note - If you have looked for "Decathlon" issues on the web please note that not all Frames & Matting are equal

There are various types of Wood Frames & inexpensive Metal Frames with 1 to 3 Mats each adding to the overall cost

In 2018, local Canadian framers have quoted me the cost of these w/ an

Oak Frame - 3 Mats & a Bevelled "V" Grove (See Photos) - & - would cost $450 to $475 each

The framing on the issues below were done in the early 1990's - & - are included at my cost of $250 per each

Player

Hand Inscription by Player (in Red)

Significance of HR or Win

Price

Hank Aaron

Issued - 1987

Edition Size - 755

1 for each HR

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HOF Induction 1982

HR # 110  -  September 24, 1957  -  St Louis  -  County Stadium

Significance - Hit 44th HR on this date - His last HR of season - &

1st & only year selected MVP

1st time led Major Leagues in HR's

1st time led Major Leagues with a career high 132 RBI

Led Major Leagues with 369 Total Bases & NL with 118 Runs

1957 - Batting Average .322

Note - HR # 110 was also a Grand Slam, his 1st - He chose this HR as the 9th Most Memorable of his career & switched from jersey # 5 to # 44 the following season

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HR # 500  -  July 14, 1968  -  San Francisco  - Atlanta Stadium

Significance - Hit his 500th HR on this date - (19th of Year)

8th Major League Player to hit 500 HR's

This was a 3 run Game Winning HR off Mike McCormick - Braves won 4-2

Note - He chose HR # 500 as the 2nd Most Memorable in his career

600.00

Framed

Whitey Ford

This was the 1st Litho in Series Issued - 1984

Regular Season

Edition Size - 236 &

World Series

Edition Size - 10 - Rare

1 for each Win

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HOF Induction 1974

World Series Win # 5  -  Oct 2, 1957  -  Milwaukee  -  Yankee Stadium

Significance

Game 1 - He defeated the Braves 3-1 - Pitching a Complete Game, 5 Hitter - He won a total of 10 World Series Games & remains a WS Record to this day, more than 60 years

The Braves won the World Series - 4 Games to 3

600.00

Framed

Mickey Mantle

Issued - 1988

Regular Season

Edition Size - 536 &

World Series

Edition Size - 18 - Rare

1 for each HR

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HOF Induction 1974

HR # 374  -  Sept 23, 1961  -  Boston  -  Fenway Park

Significance - Hit career high 54th HR on this date - His last HR of year - &

Led Major Leagues with .687 Slugging Ave - 126 Walks

Combined with Maris they hit 115 HR's & had 264 RBI

1961 - Batting Average .317 - 128 RBI - 2nd in AL MVP voting

Note - Hit into only 2 Double Plays, an All-Time Yankees record - Tied by Mickey Rivers in 1977

400.00

Un-Framed

HR # 404  -  Sept 30, 1962  -  Chicago  -  Yankee Stadium

Significance - Hit 30th HR on this date - His last HR of season - &

3rd & last time selected MVP

8th straight year with 30 or more HR's

Led Major Leagues with 122 Walks & .486 On Base %

Led AL with .605 Slugging Average

Finished with .321 Batting Average & 89 RBI - Played in only 123 Games

400.00

Un-Framed

World Series HR # 8  -  Oct 8, 1956  - Brooklyn  - Yankee Stadium

Significance

This was the Game Winning run in Don Larson's Perfect Game 2-0 victory - Hit in the 3rd Inning off Sal Maglie

New York won the World Series - 4 Games to 3

650.00

Framed

World Series HR # 17  -  Oct 14, 1964  -  St Louis, Busch Stadium

Significance

Having already passed Babe Ruth with his 16th WS HR in Game 3, he broke his own record with # 17 in Game 6 combining with Roger Maris on back to back HR's off Curt Simmons in the 6th inning breaking up a 1-1 tie - He would hit # 18 in Game 7 - A record he still holds

Note - In 12 WS he had 230 official at bats - a HR for every 12.7 at bats

New York won the World Series - 4 Games to 3

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Willie Mays

Issued - 1984

Edition Size - 660

1 for each HR

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HOF Induction 1979

HR # 187  -  Sept 18, 1957  -  Milwaukee  - County Stadium

Significance - Hit his Last HR in 1957 on this date - (35th of Year) - &

This was his last HR as a NY Giant

Led Major Leagues with 20 Triples & 38 Stolen Bases

Led NL with .626 Slugging Average

1st NL Player with Back to Back Seasons of 30 HR's & 30 Stolen Bases in 1 Season - 1956 & 1957

1957 - Batting Average - .333 - 97 RBI - 195 Hits - 4th in NL MVP voting

600.00

Framed

HR # 505  -  Oct 3, 1965  -  Cincinnati  -  Candlestick Park

Significance - Hit Career High 52nd HR on this date - His last HR of year - &

2nd & last time selected MVP

3rd time led Major Leagues in HR's & 4th & last time led NL in HR's

Led Major Leagues with .645 Slugging Average - 360 Total Bases & .398 On Base %

1965 - Batting Average .317 - 112 RBI - 3rd in MVP Voting

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Stan Musial

Issued - 1985

Edition Size - 475

1 for each HR

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HOF Induction 1969

HR # 206  -  Sept 6, 1951  -  Chicago  -  Wrigley Field

Significance - Hit his 32nd & Last HR of Year on this date - &

Won his 5th of 7 Batting Titles & led Major leagues w/ .355 Average

Tied for Runs Scored w/ 124 in Major Leagues

Led Major Leagues with 355 Total Bases

Tied in NL w/ 12 Triples

1951 - 108 RBI - 205 Hits - 2nd in NL MVP voting

600.00

Framed

Brooks Robinson

Edition Size - 500

1 for each of His Greatest Games

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HOF Induction 1983

Game # 357  -  Sept 4, 1970 vs Boston  -  5 for 5, 4 RBI, 1 HR

Note - The above is incorrect - He either made an entry error or was given the wrong information to insert on the Litho

He actually hit 2 HR in this game & had a Double as well - The 1st HR to CF came in the 4th inning off Mike Nagy & gave Baltimore a 5-4 lead - The 2nd HR was a 3 RBI Game Winner to LF in the 7th off Chuck Hartenstein that gave the Orioles a 8-6 win

575.00

Framed

Warren Spahn

Issued - 1984

Regular Season

Edition Size - 363 &

World Series

Edition Size - 4 - Rare

1 for each Win

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HOF Induction 1973

World Series Win # 4 - Oct 5, 1958 - New York - Yankee Stadium

Significance

In Game 4 of the 1958 World Series & on only 2 days rest he pitched his 2nd win of the series - a complete game, 2 Hit, 3-0 Shutout over Whitey Ford & the NYY, bringing the Braves to within 1 win of a World Series Championship

This was his 4th & last WS victory - In Game 1 he pitched a 10 Inning Complete Game & winning 4-3

NY would win the WS, 4 games to 3

1958 - He was 2nd in NL Cy Young voting - & - 5th in NL MVP voting

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Win # 350  - Sept 29, 1963  -  Chicago  -  County Stadium

Significance - His 13th - 20 Win Season - &

His last win in 1963 - & - 23rd of the Year - Led NL in Wins

Led Major Leagues with 22 Complete Games

Established a Major League Record for most consecutive Years with 100 or more Strikeouts, 17 years

600.00

Framed

Ted Williams

Issued - 1985

Edition Size - 521

1 for each HR

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HOF Induction 1966

HR # 127  -  Sept 21, 1942  -  New York  -  Yankee Stadium

Significance - Hit his 36th HR on this date - His last in 1942 - &

Won his 1st Triple Crown with .356 Batting Average - 36 HR - 137 RBI

2nd time he led AL in Batting Average, HR & RBI

Led Major Leagues in

On Base % .499 - Slugging Average .648 - Runs 141 - Total Bases 338 -

HR 36 - RBI 137 - Walks 145 - Extra Base Hits 75 - Times on Base 335 -

HR Per At Bat - 14.5

650.00

Framed

HR # 197  -  Sept 27, 1947  -  Washington  -  Griffith Stadium

Significance - Hit 32nd HR on this date - Led AL - His last in 1947 - &

Won 2nd & last Triple Crown w/ .343 Average - 32 HR - 114 RBI

Led Major Leagues in

On Base % .499 - Walks 162, the highest since 1923 when Babe Ruth walked 170 times - Extra Base Hits 81 - Times on Base 345

Led AL in - Total Bases 335 - Slug. Ave .634 - Runs 125 - HR per At Bat 16.5

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Nolan Ryan - 1974 Signed Lithograph - Rare

To Commemorate His 1st No Hitter & 20 Win Season - California Angels

Numbered Limited Edition of 2000

Beautiful life like portrayal by portrait artist Mark Rucker

His art work includes various sport personalities, Hank Aaron, Arthur Ashe, Joe Namath, Roger Staubach, Arnold Palmer etc

Issued in 1974 by "American Gallery Of Sports Art Inc" of Dallas, Texas, Nolan's home state, to

commemorate Nolan Ryan's 1st of 7 No Hitters in 1972 & 1st 20 win season in 1973 during

which he also recorded 383 Strike-outs, the highest amount in any year during his career

Neat, Clean, Hand Signature by Nolan Ryan in Bold Black Ink

This is the 1st Lithograph Issued of Nolan Ryan before reaching the legendary status that was to

follow & having just started to record impressive statistics in 1972

These were advertised in "The Sporting News" during 1974

To date I haven't seen this issue for sale or offered in auctions

After more than 40 years they are more than likely considered Rare

Printed on 100% Rag Cotton, Acid Free Stock, Neutral PH Balanced - Un-Framed

Signature is Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - NM+ to NM M - Like New

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading - Not Exposed to Sunlight - Size, 20" wide x 30" high

Shipping Cost "Not Included" in Price - To be Determined Pending "Shipping Location" - Or - Can be Picked Up

Will be shipped in a "Crush Proof Tube" to Prevent Damage

Limited Edition #

Year Issued - Player - Artist Price

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# 36 of 2000

HOF Induction 1999

1974 Issue - Nolan Ryan - by Mark Rucker

350.00

Un-Framed

 

1983 Etching - Doubleday Field - Cooperstown, New York

Signed - Numbered & Dated by Cooperstown Artist - Deborah Geurtze - Low Limited Edition # 14 / 140

If you are unfamiliar, etchings are not a lithograph

Each is "Produced Individually" by hand on a printing press from a copper plate - &

have an "Indentation" of the plate on the perimeter of the art work - See Photo

The 140 in the edition were then "Separately Hand Painted" resulting in color variations, making each a "One of a Kind"

It's a labour intensive process & can be seen on the internet

The Mat is perfect for Adding Signatures of HOF Members which will make it an exceptional Display Piece

The Mat and / or the Glass can be removed from it's frame - & - taken to Cooperstown during the "Annual Induction Weekend"

There is always a large gathering of Past Inductees, usually at least 30 - Signatures would increase the value considerably

Regardless, if you are a Baseball Fan & haven't been to Cooperstown, you're in for a real treat

Main St & the surrounding area is quaint - Like stepping back in time to 1939, the 1st Year of Inductions - A terrific place to visit !

Excellent Restaurants - No Fast Food Outlets

1983 Hand Painted Etching - Doubleday Field

Condition - NM+ to NM M - Like New

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading - Not Exposed to Sunlight

Matted & Framed - Pick-Up Only - No shipping due to Glass - Frame Size, 23 1/2" wide x 12" High

in Solid Wood Oak Frame & White - w/ - Acid Free Mat for Protection + Is built up on the back - w/ - Acid Free Mats

& Ready to Hang

The framing was done in the early 1990's & am including it at my cost

Limited Edition #

Title - Artist & Dated Price

# 14 of 140

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"Spring Practice, Doubleday Field"

By, Cooperstown Artist - Deborah Geurtze - & - Dated, Aug 1, 83

200.00

Framed

1988 Watercolor Print - Cooperstown Hall of Fame

Condition - NM+ to NM M - Like New

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading - Not Exposed to Sunlight

Double Matted Only - No Glass or Frame - Mats are Acid Free for Protection - Mat Size, 14" wide x 11" high

Shipping Cost is "Not Included" in Price - To be Determined Pending "Shipping Location" - Or - Can be Picked Up

Not Limited

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By Cooperstown Artist - Martha Greenbank

50.00

Un-Framed

 

Harmon Killebrew - 1989 Signed Lithographs - Rare

Numbered Limited Edition

Issued in 1989 by - HighFive Productions Inc - Official Licensee of Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association

The HighFive Collection consisted of 2 different variations

The Biograph Edition - & - The Record Edition - Issued to accommodate different pricing structures

The art work is a perfect facial likeness depicted by Artist Lewis - The Hands in the Biograph Edition are by Artist S Perez

The MLBPA Logo which is believed to be a silhouette of Harmon's swing are in the bottom corners - &

designed for the MLBA based on his swing - See MLBPA Article on the net

They were originally issued with a Facsimile Signature only

In addition each has been Hand Signed by Harmon through High Five Productions in 1989 - & -

each comes with a COA Letter & Seal of Authenticity

Available Framed Only - Printed on 100% Rag Cotton, Acid Free Stock, Neutral PH Balanced

Signatures are Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - Each below is NM+ to NM M - Like New

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading - They have not been Exposed to Sunlight

Each is Framed - Pick-Up Only - No shipping due to Glass

Each is "Double" Matted w/ Coordinating Washington Senators Red - & - a Bevelled "V" Grove (See Photos)

w/ Solid Oak Wood Frames & Ready to Hang

All Mats are Acid Free to Protect each Lithograph + Each are built up on the back - w/ - Acid Free Mats

The framing on the issues below were done in the early 1990's & am including them at my cost

Limited Edition #

Year Issued - Description - Size Price

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# 1110 of 2448

HOF Induction 1984

1989 - Biograph Edition

The numbered edition relates to his regular season Major League games played, 2,435 + 6 ALCS & 7 World Series games - Total 2,448 Games

Neatly & Boldly Hand Signed in Blue Permanent Ink

Printed along the top is - MLBPAA Inaugural Issue

Embossed & Raised into the Lithograph is - His Bat Grip, the Jersey Numbers he wore, 25, 12 & a larger # 3 + regulation size baseball

Includes Details of Both Hands with Palms Outward

Printed along the bottom are the teams he played for & years he was selected to the All-Star team

An Embossed HighFive Collection Logo & Seal of Authenticity

Around the entire perimeter in small text are his career stats, achievements etc

The Game # - Date & Opposing Team is noted along the bottom border

This one is Game 1110 - Oct 7, 1965 - Los Angeles - World Series

Frame Size - 28" wide x 35" high

295.00

Framed

# 2200 of 4896

1989 - Record Edition

The numbered edition relates to the total games he played x 2 - These were issued to allow for a lower pricing

Neatly & Boldly Hand Signed in Blue Permanent Ink

Embossed & Raised into the Lithograph is - His Bat Grip, the Jersey Numbers he wore, 25, 12 & a larger # 3

Printed along the bottom are the teams he played for & all years he was selected to the All-Star team

An Embossed HighFive Collection Logo & Seal of Authenticity

Frame Size - 25" wide x 22" high

175.00

Framed

 

Signed & Framed - 500 Home Run Hitters - Gateway First Day Cover (FDC)

Commemorating 150 Years of Baseball in America

Signatures are Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - NM+ to NM M - Like New

Matted & Framed - Pick-Up Only - No shipping due to Glass - Frame Size, 16 1/4" wide x 16 1/4" high

in Solid Wood Oak Frame & Green, Acid Free Mat for Protection - w/ - 2 Bevelled "V" Groves (See Photos)

+ Is built up on the back - w/ - Acid Free Mats - & - Ready to Hang

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading - Not Exposed to Sunlight

The framing was done in the early 1990's & am including it at my cost

Total Issued

Year Issued - Description / Player - Size Price

See Photos, Click on Green Camera >

1,000

See Description for Breakdown >

w/ 1989 - "Double Post Office Cancellation"

Jan 14 & Feb 14 - Atlantic City, NJ - w/

100 Year Baseball Anniversary & Babe Ruth Stamp

On a # 10 Envelope - w/ Perfect Facial Likeness Art Work

(D) Deceased

233 Issued - w/ Rare Double Cancellation - Signed by all - 11 Living 500 HR Hitters as of 1989

Hank Aaron - Ernie Banks (D) - Reggie Jackson - Harmon Killebrew (D)

Mickey Mantle (D) - Eddie Mathews (D) - Willie Mays - Willie McCovey

Frank Robinson - Mike Schmidt - Ted Williams (D) - & - Also signed by

All-Time Hits Leader, Pete Rose

The other 3 - & Deceased - w/ 500 HR's, Babe Ruth - Jimmy Foxx - & - Mel Ott are listed in the description - Eddie Murray was next to hit 500 in 1996

Only 200 of the 233 were signed by Pete Rose who arranged & hosted this 1st gathering of 500 Home Run Hitters - Scarce / Rare Issue

The following were also issued

617 Issued - w/ Single Cancellation - Jan 14 only - Signed by all 11 - w/ 500 HR's

150 Issued - Signed by 5 players only

800.00

Framed

 

Signed - Toronto Blue Jays Lithographs

Signed & Numbered by Canadian Artist Les Tait

Each has a "Embossed Authenticity & Limited Edition Seal" over the Artist Signature

These were his First 3 Blue Jays Issues, each with Low Limited Editions - Future Issues were in Editions of 1,500

Note - Artist's Proof's - Are always in higher demand & run approx. 10 to 15% of the regular Limited Edition run &

have a 20 - 25% higher value

All are Sold Out Issues - Un-Framed Unless Noted Below

Printed on 100% Rag Cotton, Acid Free Stock, Neutral PH Balanced

Signatures are Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - All Below are NM+ to NM M - Like New

No Moisture or Water Damage - No Fading - None have been Exposed to Sunlight

Un-Framed Issues - Will be Shipped in a "Crush Proof Tube" to Prevent Damage - Or - Can be Picked Up

Framed Issue - Pick Up Only - No shipping due to glass

Shipping Cost is "Not Included" in Price - To be Determined Pending "Shipping Location"

Limited Edition #

Year Issued - Description / Player - Size Price

See Photos of All Below - Click on Green Camera >

# 351 of 390

Scarce

1988 - Title, "O.K., Blue Jays"

1st in a Series of Blue Jays Issues by Les Tait

Horizontal Format - Size, 38 1/4" wide x 10 1/4" high

A List of All Blue Jays Seated Left to Right Will Be Provided

200.00

Un-Framed

Artist Proof

# 12 of 40

Scarce

Same Issue as Above

1988 - Title, "O.K., Blue Jays"

Frame Size - 41" wide x 13 1/4" high

Attractively Double Matted in White & Blue Jays Blue

w/ a Bevelled "V" Grove - in a Solid Oak Wood Frame - At my Cost

Mats are Acid Free for Protection + Is built up on the back

w/ Acid Free Mats - & - Ready to Hang

375.00

Framed

Artist Proof

# 22 of 65

1990 - Kelly Gruber - Title, "At Bat"

Hand Signed by Kelly Gruber

Size - 12" wide x 34 3/4" high

Scarce - Hard to Find Issue

250.00

Un-Framed

Artist Proof

# 32 of 95

1991 - Dave Stieb - Title, "Pitcher Perfect"

Hand Signed by Dave Stieb

Size - 14 1/2" wide x 34 3/4" high

Note - There were 950 Lithographs Issued + The Artist Proofs

300.00

Un-Framed

 

Signed - Toronto Blue Jays - Duane Ward - Lithograph

Signed & Numbered by Canadian Artist - Al Van Mil

Limited Edition Premium - by Maxwell House Coffee - Promotional Issue

Printed on 100% Rag Cotton, Acid Free Stock, Neutral PH Balanced

Signature is Authentic & Unconditionally Guaranteed to Pass Jim Spence JSA or PSA

Condition - NM+ to NM M - Like New - Size, 19" wide x 23" high

No Moisture or Water Damage - & - No Fading, Not Exposed to Sunlight

Un-Framed - Will be Shipped in a "Crush Proof Tube" to Prevent Damage

Shipping Cost is "Not Included" in Price - To be Determined Pending "Shipping Location"

Limited Edition #

Year Issued - Player / Description - Size Price

See Photos - Click on Green Camera > & Scroll Down

# 489 of 2000

1993 - Duane Ward - Title, "The Closer"

Hand Signed by Duane Ward

w/ Letter of Authenticity from Maxwell House Coffee + Original Mailing Tube

75.00

Un-Framed

 

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