Joe Dimaggio- Signed Game Model Baseball Bat
Come with black protective display Case- As seen in pictures
Authenticity – PSA DNA COA
|Dimensions||40 × 12 × 12 in|
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DescriptionOriginal 1974 Sports Illustrated Johnny Unitas Autographed Living Legends Lithograph, personally signed by Johnny Unitas, numbered 693/1500 . This limited edition lithograph is still in the original frame that it came in. This lithograph is from a limited series of lithos designed by Bob Peak for Sports Illustrated magazine & is unique in that it is signed by both the artist and the subject. The frame measures 25 & 3/4" x 21 ". The picture in the frame measures 20 & 1/2" x 16 & 5/8". Frame is bit dusty and lithograph has faded edges from age. Hard to find.$ 400.00 Add to cart
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