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Boston Red Sox - Ted Williams Signed Vintage Sepia 8x10 Photo - Personalized with Inscription to a Fellow Teammate Going to War

Ted Williams was known as the "Splendid Splinter". Except for his time in the service during World War II (1943-45) and the Korean War (1952-53), Williams spent his playing career (1939-42 - 1946-60) with the Red Sox . Presented is a vintage sepia toned photograph measuring 8x10 signed and inscribed by Ted Williams in blue ballpoint to a teammate that was going off to War - "To Paul - Teammate & wonderful guy - I wish all the luck in the world to - Sincerely Ted Williams." We suspect the fellow teammate Ted was talking about was Paul Campbell. Campbell spent three seasons in Boston (three in Detroit) and also joined the war effort in the middle of his career like Williams. The photo itself has notations on the reverse and light creasing.


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