Autographed Baseball Book, Ken Ray..Gary Gaetti..Ken Oberfell + More

This book,"Bob Broeg's Redbirds, A Century of Cardinals Baseball" contains 5 autographs..3 of which I know were baseball players,2 autographs I haven't been able to make out their last names so don't want speculate on who they are.. each autograph is signed twice...inside the front of the book there is a sheet of paper with a red Cardinal on it,this piece of paper is taped at the top to the first page of the book... there are five different autographs on this page but I have only been able to make out 3 of them, "Ken Ray", "Gary Gaetti" and "Ken Oberkfell"..the page that this sheet is attached to also has the same 5 player autographs..

the sheet of paper has been folded in the middle so it would fit within the book, the sheet of paper was slightly wider than the book so the edge that was exposed is curved and sort of rippled, there is one edge crease, the top & bottom have age toning, there is a small drip spot to the back of the paper which doesn't appear on the front..

the page, that the sheet is taped to, which also has 5 autographs is very nice and I see no problems..

the book is very nice, displays many pictures that go along with the players, gives very informative information..contains 219 measures 10 1/2" X 8 3/4"...the hard cover displays some wear, soiling and bumps to corners...

great book! great autographs to add to your collection..

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Item ID: 7056

$75 USD

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