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1938 Jackie Robinson Signed Pasadena Jr. College Yearbook (Autographed 4x) – JSA Full LOA

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Winning Bid: $2,476.25

Winning Bid: $2,476.25

Auction ends: August 12, 2017 8:00 PM
Timezone: America/Los_Angeles

Total price with Buyers Premium: $2,971.50

Bids count: 16

Auction views: 1020

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Before being Rookie of the Year and MVP on the Brooklyn Dodgers, Jackie Robinson was a superstar multi-sport athlete at UCLA.  And before his days at UCLA in the late 1930’s, he along with his Olympic sprinter brother Mark ruled sports at Pasadena Junior College.

Presented is a Pasadena College yearbook from Robinson’s second year at the school in 1938. Robinson appears several times in the yearbook under the sports participation teams – football, track and baseball. A fellow student was fortunate enough to oblige Robinson to sign his yearbook portraits.

All four photos of him in the yearbook are signed in dark steel tip fountain pen (“9”). Two of the signatures have inscriptions while the other two are signed simply, “Jack Robinson.” There are other expected signatures throughout the book from students and faculty.  Also to note, the spine is well worn and could use some restoration. Overall, great early signatures of a sports icon and Brooklyn Dodger HOFer! There are four letters of authentication for this book from JSA included for each autograph.

Authentication: (4) JSA Full Letters (For each Autograph)

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Weight 6 lbs
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