Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952

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Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952
Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952
Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952
Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952

Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952
Fantastic set, 2 Autographs to 1 Fan along with hand written official Dodgers envelope. This is a family item personally received by a relative with the photo signed in her presence. As a young girl I loved baseball, specifically the Brooklyn Dodgers, and in particular Jackie Robinson. It was exciting to know that if Robinson got on first basehe was certain to steal second and frequently to keep on going, sliding into third. I knew every Dodger by name and to this day can still recite the original lineup. After attending a game at Ebbets Field, I waited outside the players’ exit for Robinson, I chased him down the street and took his photo. Once again I waited outside the players’ exit until Robinson appeared and he signed the photo for me. I wrote to Robinson to thank him for taking so much time to please a fan. His letter was in response to mine. A side note : On both of those occasions, I skipped school to attend the games with a classmate and neither my parents nor the nuns at school were very pleased with me. Hours of detention was a small price to pay. Of 214th Street in Queens. The letter was a response to a letter written to him thanking him for taking the time to sign the photograph which was taken at an earlier game. The photograph is dedicated and signed in blue ink: “To Dorothy with best wishes, Jackie Robinson” In the photograph is Jackie is with I believe his Mother, Mallie, who holds his arm. Ebbets Field stadium can be seen in the background. The watermark on the paper is “Strathmore Bond / rag content USA”. The letter is in the Brooklyn Dodgers envelope with postmark for May 23, 1952 and addressed by Robinson himself. Both pieces are in very nice condition as is the photo which only shows a slight bend at one corner. See large pictures for details. This is a rare pairing with two autographs and continuity of theme with the single fan. Particularly the fact that the letter is not type written and that the set includes not one but two autographs along with the letterhead and Dodgers envelope. These white boxes ARE NOT on the envelope itself. There is a light watermark on the photo and on the text of the letter. Again, this is not on the original. Both watermarks are placed such as to not prevent a proper evaluation by potential buyers as to the condition of either item. The envelope is lightly age toned overall with scattered spots. The envelope appears slightly darker then in person. The letter is mostly white with scattered spots. This is very likely the most personally prepared and personal set your likely to find still in existence from Jackie Robinson today. If your compare live sale results for hand written letters and envelopes and/or one of a kind photographs you will see the price is fantastic and there are no lots/sales that combine the two that we are aware of which of course adds a premium. Both pieces are from original owner who, as a young girl, loved the game and was particularly impressed with Jackie Robinson and loved the Dodgers. The item “Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952″ is in sale since Tuesday, September 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Other Autographed MLB Items”. The seller is “funky_j._monky” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Product: Letter, Envelop & Photo
  • Player: Jackie Robinson
  • Sport: Baseball-MLB
  • Team: Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Original/Reprint: Original

Jackie Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952

Jackie Gleason Handwritten Letter Signed, Warner Brothers 1941, Jsa Authenticate

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Jackie Gleason Handwritten Letter Signed, Warner Brothers 1941, Jsa Authenticate
Jackie Gleason Handwritten Letter Signed, Warner Brothers 1941, Jsa Authenticate

Jackie Gleason Handwritten Letter Signed, Warner Brothers 1941, Jsa Authenticate
24 YEAR OLD JACKIE GLEASON HANDWRITES BILLBOARD MAGAZINE A LETTER ABOUT AN OUTSTANDING BILL THAT IS OVERDUE BECAUSE WARNER BROTHERS IS WITHHOLDING HIS PAY UNTIL THE LAWSUIT BROUGHT BY HIS MANAGER IS SETTLED. John Herbert Gleason (1916-87) Extremely Rare Handwritten Letter Signed , “Respectfully Yours, Jackie Gleason”, dated in another hand 12/16/41. 6.5 x 10.25, 1 pg. Los Angeles, by the American actor, comedian, writer, composer and conductor. Developing a style and characters from growing up in Brooklyn, New York. Gleason worked his way up to a job at New York’s Club 18, where insulting its patrons was the order of the day. It was here that Jack L. By age 24, Gleason was appearing in movies for Warner Brothers. Gleason in such films as Navy Blues. (1941) with Ann Sheridan and Martha Raye and All Through the Night (1941) with Humphrey Bogart. In full : Dear Sir, I wish to answer your letter sent to me in regard to a bill I owe Billboard. Has been more than fair. However because of a lawsuit brought against me by my manager my salary is being held up by Warners, the company I work for. So until this matter is settled I will be unable to take care of my obligations. You may investigate this situation if you wish. Please let me hear from you. This extremely rare JSA Authenticated handwritten letter by Gleason is in fine condition, with age toning, one staple hold and small stain upper left, and the usual letter folds. Jackie Gleason was known for his brash visual and verbal comedy, exemplified by his city bus driver Ralph Kramden character in the television series The Honeymooners. He also developed The Jackie Gleason Show. Which maintained high ratings from the mid-1950s through 1970. After originating in New York City, filming moved to Miami Beach. Florida in 1964 after Gleason took up permanent residence there. Among his notable film roles were Minnesota Fats in 1961’s The Hustler (co-starring with Paul Newman), and Buford T. Justice in the Smokey and the Bandit series from 1977 into the early 1980s (co-starring Burt Reynolds). This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, History Makers Autographs. We financially stand behind our COA. Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. YES, WE DO OFFER A LAYAWAY PLAN. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH. We do not sell reprints or facsimile autographs. This is our 34. We closed our retail galleries and now are totally internet sales oriented. We are a long-time member of UACC #RD337, PADAH, and the Manuscript Society. Our collectibles make for fantastic additions to long standing collections, great starting points for new collectors looking for trusted authentic material, and make for a truly unique gifts for that special person in your life or corporate gift for a special client. History Makers Autographs offers one of the strongest guarantees available by any dealer. We unconditionally guarantee the authenticity of the document/artwork , without time limit, to the original purchaser. Every item we sell comes with a Certificate of Authenticity clearly stating this guarantee. International Buyers Please Note. The item “JACKIE GLEASON HANDWRITTEN LETTER SIGNED, WARNER BROTHERS 1941, JSA AUTHENTICATE” is in sale since Friday, July 17, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “stevnowli_0″ and is located in Nokomis, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: JACKIE GLEASON
  • Autograph Authentication: JSA

Jackie Gleason Handwritten Letter Signed, Warner Brothers 1941, Jsa Authenticate

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

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Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
A one of a kind package that should be noted as containing 2 autographs and a one of a kind photograph. This price will not be reduced and this package will not be relisted. Fantastic set, 2 Autographs to 1 Fan along with hand written official Dodgers envelope. Additionally the photo features the famed Ebbets Field. Both pieces are from original owner who, as a young girl, loved the game and was particularly impressed with Jackie Robinson and loved the Dodgers. As a young girl I loved baseball, specifically the Brooklyn Dodgers, and in particular Jackie Robinson. It was exciting to know that if Robinson got on first basehe was certain to steal second and frequently to keep on going, sliding into third. I knew every Dodger by name and to this day can still recite the original lineup. After attending a game at Ebbets Field, I waited outside the players’ exit for Robinson, I chased him down the street and took his photo. Once again I waited outside the players’ exit until Robinson appeared and he signed the photo for me. I wrote to Robinson to thank him for taking so much time to please a fan. His letter was in response to mine. A side note : On both of those occasions, I skipped school to attend the games with a classmate and neither my parents nor the nuns at school were very pleased with me. Hours of detention was a small price to pay. Of 214th Street in Queens. The photograph is dedicated and signed in blue ink: “To Dorothy with best wishes, Jackie Robinson” In the photograph we believe that Jackie is with his Mother, Mallie, who holds his arm. Ebbets Field stadium can be seen in the background. The letter is hand written to Dorothy, versus some of the lesser typed letters found, by Robinson on his letter head and signed and mentions how Robinson hopes more players can get such letters from fans and that it is an encouraging sign. The watermark on the paper is “Strathmore Bond / rag content USA”. The letter is in the Brooklyn Dodgers envelope with postmark for May 23, 1952 and addressed by Robinson. Both pieces are in very nice condition as is the photo which only shows a slight bend at one corner. See large pictures for details. This is a rare pairing with two autographs and continuity of theme with the single fan. We think you will be hard pressed to find such a unique set that stands well above most offered for sale today. Particularly the fact that the letter is not type written and that the set includes not one but two autographs along with the letterhead and Dodgers envelope. These white boxes ARE NOT on the envelope itself. We have also placed a light “Funk & Junk” watermark on the photo to prevent reproduction and maintain its one of a kind status. There is also a watermark on the text of the letter. Both watermarks are placed such as to not prevent a proper evaluation by potential buyers as to the condition of either item. Photos with white and near white items are difficult but we have attempted to portray them as best we can with the limitations of digital photographs and 14.7 megapixel cameras. Our relatively low level scanner (printer) did not do a good job with these items and the photographs were found to be the best representations. The letter was held with two light magnets at the top and a pair at the bottom as the creases are very fresh and little opened so the letter does not just lay flat. The overall color is fairly uniform though some shadowing may appear and mostly on the right side as you look at it. The envelope is lightly age toned overall with scattered spots. On our monitors (a factor to viewing these/any images) the envelope appears slightly darker then in person. The letter is mostly white with scattered spots. The photos are very large format (about 11″-12″ squared before cropping to remove excess) and we are happy to forward the originals to you if you let us know. This is very likely the most personally prepared and personal set your likely to find still in existence from Jackie Robinson today. We encourage comparative (same item make up) research of outside site and live sale results for hand written letters and envelopes and/or one of a kind photographs. There are no lots/sales that combine the two that we are aware of which we believe adds a premium. The item “Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope” is in sale since Saturday, November 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Other Autographed MLB Items”. The seller is “funky_j._monky” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Product: Hand Written Letter & Multiple Autographs
  • Player: Jackie Robinson
  • Sport: Baseball-MLB
  • Team: Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Original/Reprint: Original

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

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Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope
A one of a kind package that should be noted as containing 2 autographs and a one of a kind photograph. This price will not be reduced and this package will not be relisted. Fantastic set, 2 Autographs to 1 Fan along with hand written official Dodgers envelope. Additionally the photo features the famed Ebbets Field. Both pieces are from original owner who, as a young girl, loved the game and was particularly impressed with Jackie Robinson and loved the Dodgers. As a young girl I loved baseball, specifically the Brooklyn Dodgers, and in particular Jackie Robinson. It was exciting to know that if Robinson got on first basehe was certain to steal second and frequently to keep on going, sliding into third. I knew every Dodger by name and to this day can still recite the original lineup. After attending a game at Ebbets Field, I waited outside the players’ exit for Robinson, I chased him down the street and took his photo. Once again I waited outside the players’ exit until Robinson appeared and he signed the photo for me. I wrote to Robinson to thank him for taking so much time to please a fan. His letter was in response to mine. A side note : On both of those occasions, I skipped school to attend the games with a classmate and neither my parents nor the nuns at school were very pleased with me. Hours of detention was a small price to pay. Of 214th Street in Queens. The photograph is dedicated and signed in blue ink: “To Dorothy with best wishes, Jackie Robinson” In the photograph we believe that Jackie is with his Mother, Mallie, who holds his arm. Ebbets Field stadium can be seen in the background. The letter is hand written to Dorothy, versus some of the lesser typed letters found, by Robinson on his letter head and signed and mentions how Robinson hopes more players can get such letters from fans and that it is an encouraging sign. The watermark on the paper is “Strathmore Bond / rag content USA”. The letter is in the Brooklyn Dodgers envelope with postmark for May 23, 1952 and addressed by Robinson. Both pieces are in very nice condition as is the photo which only shows a slight bend at one corner. See large pictures for details. This is a rare pairing with two autographs and continuity of theme with the single fan. We think you will be hard pressed to find such a unique set that stands well above most offered for sale today. Particularly the fact that the letter is not type written and that the set includes not one but two autographs along with the letterhead and Dodgers envelope. These white boxes ARE NOT on the envelope itself. We have also placed a light “Funk & Junk” watermark on the photo to prevent reproduction and maintain its one of a kind status. There is also a watermark on the text of the letter. Both watermarks are placed such as to not prevent a proper evaluation by potential buyers as to the condition of either item. Photos with white and near white items are difficult but we have attempted to portray them as best we can with the limitations of digital photographs and 14.7 megapixel cameras. Our relatively low level scanner (printer) did not do a good job with these items and the photographs were found to be the best representations. The letter was held with two light magnets at the top and a pair at the bottom as the creases are very fresh and little opened so the letter does not just lay flat. The overall color is fairly uniform though some shadowing may appear and mostly on the right side as you look at it. The envelope is lightly age toned overall with scattered spots. On our monitors (a factor to viewing these/any images) the envelope appears slightly darker then in person. The letter is mostly white with scattered spots. The photos are very large format (about 11″-12″ squared before cropping to remove excess) and we are happy to forward the originals to you if you let us know. This is very likely the most personally prepared and personal set your likely to find still in existence from Jackie Robinson today. We encourage comparative (same item make up) research of outside site and live sale results for hand written letters and envelopes and/or one of a kind photographs. There are no lots/sales that combine the two that we are aware of which we believe adds a premium. The item “Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope” is in sale since Saturday, September 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Other Autographed MLB Items”. The seller is “funky_j._monky” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: Jackie Robinson
  • Team: Brooklyn Dodgers

Jackie Robinson Hand Written Signed Letter with Autographed Photo Dodgers Envelope

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph

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Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Please note: This listing will end abruptly and without warning within a week and will not run the 30 days. Generally we run listings either 5 or 7 days depending on start time. This listing was started on 05-20-2019 and will end ON/BY 05-27-2019. No further reductions on this one of a kind package. Fantastic set, 2 Autographs to 1 Fan along with hand written official Dodgers envelope. Additionally the photo features the famed Ebbets Field. Both pieces are from original owner who, as a young girl, loved the game and was particularly impressed with Jackie Robinson and loved the Dodgers. As a young girl I loved baseball, specifically the Brooklyn Dodgers, and in particular Jackie Robinson. It was exciting to know that if Robinson got on first basehe was certain to steal second and frequently to keep on going, sliding into third. I knew every Dodger by name and to this day can still recite the original lineup. After attending a game at Ebbets Field, I waited outside the players’ exit for Robinson, I chased him down the street and took his photo. Once again I waited outside the players’ exit until Robinson appeared and he signed the photo for me. I wrote to Robinson to thank him for taking so much time to please a fan. His letter was in response to mine. A side note : On both of those occasions, I skipped school to attend the games with a classmate and neither my parents nor the nuns at school were very pleased with me. Hours of detention was a small price to pay. Of 214th Street in Queens. The photograph is dedicated and signed in blue ink: “To Dorothy with best wishes, Jackie Robinson” In the photograph we believe that Jackie is with his Mother, Mallie, who holds his arm. Ebbets Field stadium can be seen in the background. The letter is hand written to Dorothy, versus some of the lesser typed letters found, by Robinson on his letter head and signed and mentions how Robinson hopes more players can get such letters from fans and that it is an encouraging sign. The watermark on the paper is “Strathmore Bond / rag content USA”. The letter is in the Brooklyn Dodgers envelope with postmark for May 23, 1952 and addressed by Robinson. Both pieces are in very nice condition as is the photo which only shows a slight bend at one corner. See large pictures for details. This is a rare pairing with two autographs and continuity of theme with the single fan. We think you will be hard pressed to find such a unique set that stands well above most offered for sale today. Particularly the fact that the letter is not type written and that the set includes not one but two autographs along with the letterhead and Dodgers envelope. These white boxes ARE NOT on the envelope itself. We have also placed a light “Funk & Junk” watermark on the photo to prevent reproduction and maintain its one of a kind status. There is also a watermark on the text of the letter. Both watermarks are placed such as to not prevent a proper evaluation by potential buyers as to the condition of either item. Photos with white and near white items are difficult but we have attempted to portray them as best we can with the limitations of digital photographs and 14.7 megapixel cameras. Our relatively low level scanner (printer) did not do a good job with these items and the photographs were found to be the best representations. The letter was held with two light magnets at the top and a pair at the bottom as the creases are very fresh and little opened so the letter does not just lay flat. The overall color is fairly uniform though some shadowing may appear and mostly on the right side as you look at it. The envelope is lightly age toned overall with scattered spots. On our monitors (a factor to viewing these/any images) the envelope appears slightly darker then in person. The letter is mostly white with scattered spots. The photos are very large format (about 11″-12″ squared before cropping to remove excess) and we are happy to forward the originals to you if you let us know. This is very likely the most personally prepared and personal set your likely to find still in existence from Jackie Robinson today. We encourage comparative (same item make up) research of outside site and live sale results for hand written letters and envelopes and/or one of a kind photographs. There are no lots/sales that combine the two that we are aware of which we believe adds a premium. The item “Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph” is in sale since Monday, May 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Other Autographed MLB Items”. The seller is “funky_j._monky” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph

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Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph
Please note: This listing will end abruptly within a week and will not run the 30 days. Generally we run listings either 5 or 7 days depending on start time. This listing was started on 05-05-2019. Fantastic set, 2 Autographs to 1 Fan along with hand written official Dodgers envelope. Additionally the photo features the famed Ebbets Field. Both pieces are from original owner who, as a young girl, loved the game and was particularly impressed with Jackie Robinson and loved the Dodgers. As a young girl I loved baseball, specifically the Brooklyn Dodgers, and in particular Jackie Robinson. It was exciting to know that if Robinson got on first basehe was certain to steal second and frequently to keep on going, sliding into third. I knew every Dodger by name and to this day can still recite the original lineup. After attending a game at Ebbets Field, I waited outside the players’ exit for Robinson, I chased him down the street and took his photo. Once again I waited outside the players’ exit until Robinson appeared and he signed the photo for me. I wrote to Robinson to thank him for taking so much time to please a fan. His letter was in response to mine. A side note : On both of those occasions, I skipped school to attend the games with a classmate and neither my parents nor the nuns at school were very pleased with me. Hours of detention was a small price to pay. Of 214th Street in Queens. The photograph is dedicated and signed in blue ink: “To Dorothy with best wishes, Jackie Robinson” In the photograph we believe that Jackie is with his Mother, Mallie, who holds his arm. Ebbets Field stadium can be seen in the background. The letter is hand written to Dorothy, versus some of the lesser typed letters found, by Robinson on his letter head and signed and mentions how Robinson hopes more players can get such letters from fans and that it is an encouraging sign. The watermark on the paper is “Strathmore Bond / rag content USA”. The letter is in the Brooklyn Dodgers envelope with postmark for May 23, 1952 and addressed by Robinson. Both pieces are in very nice condition as is the photo which only shows a slight bend at one corner. See large pictures for details. This is a rare pairing with two autographs and continuity of theme with the single fan. We think you will be hard pressed to find such a unique set that stands well above most offered for sale today. Particularly the fact that the letter is not type written and that the set includes not one but two autographs along with the letterhead and Dodgers envelope. These white boxes ARE NOT on the envelope itself. We have also placed a light “Funk & Junk” watermark on the photo to prevent reproduction and maintain its one of a kind status. There is also a watermark on the text of the letter. Both watermarks are placed such as to not prevent a proper evaluation by potential buyers as to the condition of either item. Photos with white and near white items are difficult but we have attempted to portray them as best we can with the limitations of digital photographs and 14.7 megapixel cameras. Our relatively low level scanner (printer) did not do a good job with these items and the photographs were found to be the best representations. The letter was held with two light magnets at the top and a pair at the bottom as the creases are very fresh and little opened so the letter does not just lay flat. The overall color is fairly uniform though some shadowing may appear and mostly on the right side as you look at it. The envelope is lightly age toned overall with scattered spots. On our monitors (a factor to viewing these/any images) the envelope appears slightly darker then in person. The letter is mostly white with scattered spots. The photos are very large format (about 11″-12″ squared before cropping to remove excess) and we are happy to forward the originals to you if you let us know. This is very likely the most personally prepared and personal set your likely to find still in existence from Jackie Robinson today. We encourage comparative (same item make up) research of outside site and live sale results for hand written letters and envelopes and/or one of a kind photographs. There are no lots/sales that combine the two that we are aware of which we believe adds a premium. The item “Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph” is in sale since Sunday, May 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Other Autographed MLB Items”. The seller is “funky_j._monky” and is located in Alexandria, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Player: Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson 1952 Hand Written Letter and 1 of Kind Autographed Photograph