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1973 Los Angeles Dodgers Team-Signed Display (24) w/ Alston, Sutton, Garvey

Another awesome piece from an amazing collection of very attractive signed displays assembled by one motivated autograph collector in 1973. This great representation documents the '73 Los Angeles Dodgers and features 24 vintage autographs, including manager Walter Alston and fellow Hall of Famer Don Sutton, plus a ton of perennial All-Stars: Steve Garvey, Bill Buckner, Bill Russell, Jim Gilliam, Tommy John, Red Adams, Chris Cannizzaro, Jim Brewer, Al Downing, Dick Dietz, Duke Sims, Danny Ozark, Pete Richert, Claude Osteen, Davey Lopes, Bill Singer, Roy Hartsfield, etc. Measures 8" x 10" on heavy white card stock. All autographs are vintage and 9/10. Please check out the other four pieces also offered in this catalog.

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100% Authentic Team

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