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    Signed Sports and U.S. Icons Signature Cards. A dynamic group of iconic champions of sports and social leaders, including a signed-in-ink card from United Mine Workers' John L. Lewis, a signed-in-pencil picture postcard from Kit Klein of the St. Moritz Ice Carnival (plus an additional signed-in-pencil card from Ms. Klein), a signed-in-pencil card from 1926 boxing champ Sammy Mandell, a signed-in-pencil clipping with picture of 1932 Olympic diver Georgia Coleman, a signed-in-pencil card from 1932 Olympic diver Jane Fauntz Manske, a signed -in-pencil card from 1935 Olympic diver Dorothy Paynton Hill, a signed-in-ink card from 1934 football star Paul Pardonner, a signed-in-pencil card from 1936-1938 middleweight champion of the world Freddie Steele, and a signed-in-pencil card from North and South Pole explorer R.E. Byrd. Minor staining and aging -- overall Very Good condition. Accompanied by James Spence Authentication auction LOA.

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    July, 2010
    17th Saturday
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