October 2019 Autographs & Memorabilia Auction - Ends Wednesday, October 30th
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Mel Ott played his entire 22-year career for the New York Giants from 1926-1947. He was one of the most feared power hitters of his time, leading the National League in home runs six times, and he was the first National League player to hit 500 home runs. A 12-time National League All-Star, he was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951. Ott died in an automobile accident in 1958 at the age of 49, making his signed material an always desired commodity. Offered here is a RARE black and white original 7" x 9" International News photograph of Ott fielding a ball in the outfield. Signed nicely by the player in blue pen, "To Leo, Best of Luck, Mel Ott". The photo has been beautifully preserved and is in fine condition with very light toning and handling wear. The signature is superb! The reverse shows original stamping from the International News Service and has notations and the date (9-24-37) written in an unknown hand. Accompanied by full Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication (JSA).
Giants: Mel Ott Rare Signed 7 x 9 B&W 1937 News Service Photo (JSA)Giants: Mel Ott Rare Signed 7 x 9 B&W 1937 News Service Photo (JSA)Giants: Mel Ott Rare Signed 7 x 9 B&W 1937 News Service Photo (JSA)
Giants: Mel Ott Rare Signed 7" x 9" B&W 1937 News Service Photo (JSA)
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Minimum Bid: $400.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $0.00
Number Bids: 5
Auction closed on Thursday, October 31, 2019.
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