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1932 Babe Ruth’s Called Shot Display Yankees – COA PSA/DNAGo Back
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A positively glorious keepsake from the fabled World Series of 1932. The Yankees, as we all know, made short work of the Chicago Cubs in that Fall Classic. And in the process, one of the game’s most memorable tableaux was registered when Babe Ruth gestured his imminent home run against Chicago’s Charlie Root in Game 3 of that Series.
One enthusiast from that World Series kept a few mementos and placed them in a shadowbox style display. The spotlight of this piece, of course, is the World Series program. The program was disassembled and matted/affixed into four portions. Noticeably, there is a vertical fold on the cover and the scorecard from that fabled Game 3 is scored in pencil.
Centrally, is a Cubs 1932 press pin (the backing of the pin is included) and above that is a stub from that “called shot” Game 3 of the Series, (PSA encapsulated graded PR 1). Also, an original 1930’s black and white 5×7 photo (not affixed in matte) certified by PSA as Type I – from The Franklin Studio, St. Petersburgh, FL. Lastly included, is an original souvenir mini bat (affixed to display) added for both rarity and aesthetics. It measures 25″ x 28.5″.
Authentication: PSA/DNA Letter
Please note, all displays are sold as is without warranty to the condition of the frame.