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Ernie Banks Autographed Lot of (4) With 1969 Cubs Jersey, Bat and Stat Ball

Lot Number 468

Quantity: Bid Starts: 06/01/2015 12:00:00 
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Let’s play two! Or in this particular lot, how ‘bout four? This quartet of Chicago Cubs-themed souvenirs showcases bold autographs (average “8-9” strength) of Wrigley Field legend Ernie Banks. Includes: 1969 Cubs Home Jersey: framed to 31-3/4 x 25-3/4”, a 1969 Cubs replica home jersey is signed and inscribed “Mr Cub - 512 H.R’s”; Signed Ball: signed ONL Coleman ball with inscribed stats; Signed Bat: 34” black bat signed in silver marker; Signed Perez-Steele Card: signed in blue marker. Authentication details and more on our website.

1969 Cubs Home Jersey: framed to 31-3/4 x 25-3/4”, Mitchell & Ness size “L” 1969 Cubs replica home jersey is signed in black marker (“7” strength) and inscribed “Mr Cub - 512 H.R’s” (JSA cert/sticker)

 

Signed Baseball: a clean white ONL Coleman ball (grade “8-9”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“9-10” strength) and inscribed “Mr Cub – H.O.F 77.” Additional inscriptions (all in Banks’ hand) include: North Panel: “2528 Games – 9421 At Bats – 2583 Hits – 1305 Runs – 1636 RBI’s”; South Panel: “#14 – 274 Career Avg – 407 Doubles – 90 Triples”; West Panel: “5 Grand Slams in 1955 – 512 Home Runs”; East Panel: 1958 NL MVP – 1959 NL MVP – 232/1000” (comes in velvet pouch with reggiejackson.com cert/sticker)

 

Signed Bat: 34” Louisville Slugger signature model with a black “Smith” finish and silver-colored barrel stampings. Between the center brand and barrel stampings, Banks has signed in silver-colored marker (“9” strength). Comes with a cert/sticker from JSA

 

Signed Perez-Steele Card: a 5-3/4 x 8” 1987 Perez-Steele “Great Moments” #21 card signed on the front in blue marker (“8-9” strength). This item is covered by an auction LOA from JSA.



 
 
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