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Nolan Ryan & Tom Seaver Autographed Lot of (4) Items w/ Bats

Lot Number 1428

Quantity: Bid Starts: 01/26/2018 12:00:00 
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They’re both in the Hall of Fame with more than 300 wins apiece and countless other accolades. And once upon a time, Nolan Ryan and Tom Seaver were teammates on a New York Mets team that shocked everyone but themselves. These (4) items are autographed by those Flushing-based mound stars. Includes:

 

Nolan Ryan Signed Bat: turned by the Cooperstown Bat Co. in 1996, this 34” “Famous Pitchers” series model features a colorful likeness of Ryan and a list of his achievements on the barrel. Between the center brand and barrel decorations, Ryan has signed in blue marker (“9” strength). This limited edition (982/1000) piece comes with a COA from the Cooperstown Bat Co.

 

Nolan Ryan Signed T-Shirt: a size “M” cotton pullover garment with applique likenesses on the front and a list of his 300 wins and opponents on the reverse. Just below the front collar, Ryan has signed in blue marker (“8” strength). The shirt appears to be un-worn and still has an MLB logo tag affixed to the tag within the collar. LOA from the Nolan Ryan Historical Foundation.

 

Tom Seaver Signed Bat: a Cooperstown Bat Co. 34” “National Baseball Hall of Fame” series model with a colorful image of Seaver and printed statistics on the barrel. Between the center brand and barrel designs, Sever has signed in blue marker (“9” strength). Comes with a cert/sticker from PSA/DNA, as well as an MLB Authentication hologram.

 

Tom Seaver Signed T-Shirt: a 1962 New York Mets size “L” garment with three-quarter sleeves. The cotton pullover garment features applique images and printed achievements of Seaver and the team. Just below the front collar, Seaver has signed in blue marker (“7-8” strength) and inscribed “#41.” Comes with a cert/sticker from JSA.   



 
 
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