May 2012
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Over 800 cards in total, featuring more than 300 Hall of Fame signatures. Card companies represented include: Topps, Score, Upper Deck, Swell, Donruss/Leaf, Pacific, Kahn's, TCMA, Fleer, Phila. Gum and a few others. Cards have been mostly front-signed in ink by their respective subjects. Signatures project generally "7-9" strength with a few lesser. A small amount have been personlized; some duplication. Cards are about EX to EX/MT in appearance. Highlights of Hall of Famers from various sets include: Single Signed - Aaron (8), Aparicio, Ashburn (3), Banks (6), Barlick (6), Bench (6), Berra (11), Boudreau (8), Brock (7), Bunning (2), Campanella (machine), Carew (4), Carlton, Carter (3), Cepeda, Dandridge (6), Doby, Doerr (2), Feller (7), Ferrell (9), Fingers (8), Ford (7), Hunter (2), Irvin (8), R. Jackson, Jenkins, Kaline (7), Kell (9), Killebrew (5), Kiner (8), Lemon (8), Leonard (6), Lopez (3), Marichal (8), Mathews (2), Mays, Mazeroski (4), McCovey, Mize (5), Morgan (6), Musial (14), Newhouser (2), P. Niekro (2), Palmer (6), Perez (6), G. Perry, J. Rice, Rizzuto (2), Roberts (2), B. Robinson (11), F. Robinson (6), Ryan, Santo (2), Schmidt (3), Seaver (9), Slaughter (13), Spahn (5), Stargell (10), Weaver, Wilhelm, B. Williams (3), D. Williams (2), Wynn and Yastrzemski (7); Multi-Signed - Musial/Mantle/Yastrzemski, Mize/Snider and Stargell/Rose. Many superstars also included.

Please Note: This lot has been Pre-Certified by PSA DNA, but due to the volume of cards included in this offering there is still the possibility of the occasional secretarial signature on some of these items. 

Hall of Famers and Superstars Signed Cards Collection (800+) Including Mays, Musial and Spahn
Hall of Famers and Superstars Signed Cards Collection (800+) Including Mays, Musial and Spahn
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Minimum Bid: $900
Final Bid(Includes Buyers Premium): $3,585
Number of Bids: 21
Auction closed on: 5/31/2012