At the end of yet another glorious run of five straight World Series Championships, the 1953 New York Yankees profited from the timely play of veterans and the immense talent of their young stars. Offered is a grand display piece featuring (24) signatures of the 1953 Yankees alongside their respective 1953 Topps Archives cards. The canvases for bold signatures average (9-10 strength and clarity throughout), with most scripts appearing on an index card or cut, unless otherwise noted. Measuring 35-1/2 x 43-1/2, the showroom-quality frame is home to symmetrically arranged pieces with a pinstripe theme. Highlights include: Berra (10), Collins (10), Ford (1992 Front Row card, 7), Lopat (10), Mantle (8x10 1974 Hall of Fame induction card, 9), Martin (PSA Authentic), Mize (8), Reynolds (8), Rizzuto (PSA Authentic"), Scarborough (signed 1953 Topps, 7) and Stengel (PSA Authentic). The die-cut matting and exquisite presentation makes this incredible piece an aesthetically pleasing display. For a complete listing of all the signatories, please visit our website. The item comes with a full photo LOA from PSA/DNA for the entire piece. Due to the size of this framed item, shipping surcharges apply.
Other signatures are index cards or cut signatures, unless otherwise noted, with each signature in blue or black ink grading in the (8) to (10) range.
Starting in the upper left corner, signatures not included in the catalog are McDougald, Cerv (2004 UD Yankees Classic Script signed card), Noren, Sain, Carey, Blackwell, Bauer, Houk, Woodling, Schult (1953 Topps Archives), Miller, Silvera and Morgan.