Cynthia Myers Signed Photo & Hand Written Letter 1968 Playboy Playmate J7223

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Cynthia Myers Signed Photo & Hand Written Letter 1968 Playboy Playmate J7223

Cynthia Myers Signed Photo & Hand Written Letter 1968 Playboy Playmate J7223
DETAILS: Original hand signed Cynthia Myers photograph and hand written letter by the 1968 Playboy Playmate. Photograph measures approximately 8″ x 10″ inches. Hand written letter is on official Playboy Playmate stationary and measures 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ inches. GUARANTEE: We forensically examine all of our signed items prior to listing to make certain they are authentic and hand signed by the person stated. We guarantee all of our signed items to be as represented for the lifetime of the item. Oxxbridge Galleries was founded in 1987 and specializes in vintage paper items with a particular focus on counter culture materials. We carry an extensive selection of fine art nude photographs & adult Magazines. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Celebrities”. The seller is “oxxbridgegalleries” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Celebrity: Playboy Playmate
  • Industry: Celebrities
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed: Yes

Cynthia Myers Signed Photo & Hand Written Letter 1968 Playboy Playmate J7223

Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed

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Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed

Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
Autograph HAND WRITTEN Letter Signed “Christopher Fry” + Signed Photo from The Dark is Light Enough See photos for transcript of the letter Major Works. She Shall Have Music (1934), with Monte Crick and F. The Boy With a Cart (1938). Robert of Sicily: Opera for Children (1938), music by Michael Tippett. Seven at a Stroke: A Play for Children (1939), music by Michael Tippett. Thursday’s Child (1939), music by Martin Shaw. A Phoenix Too Frequent (1946). The Lady’s Not for Burning (1948). Thor, With Angels (1948). Ring Around the Moon (1950), adapted from Jean Anouilh’s L’Invitation au Chateau. A Winter’s Tale (1951) music by Fry with arrangements by Leslie Bridgewater. A Sleep of Prisoners (1951). The Dark is Light Enough (1954). The Lark (1955), adapted from Jean Anouilh’s play. Tiger at the Gates (1956), adapted from Jean Giraudoux’s play. Crown of the Year (1958), music by Michael Tippett. Duel of Angels (1958), adapted from Jean Giraudoux’s play Pour Lucrèce. Judith (1962), adapted from Jean Giraudoux’s play. The Boy and the Magic (1964), adapted from Colette’s play. Peer Gynt (1970), based on Johan Fillinger’s translation of Henrik Ibsen’s play. A Yard of Sun (1970). Cyrano de Bergerac (1975), adapted from Edmond Rostand’s play. Can You Find Me: A Family History (1979). One Thing More (or Caedmon Construed) (1986). A Ringing of Bells (2001). This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “pulpvintage” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam, Uruguay.
  • Printing Year: 19800000
  • Subject: Literature & Fiction
  • Special Attributes: Signed

Hand Written LETTER SIGNED by CHRISTOPHER FRY playwright + Photo Autographed
in hand | 365 Words

Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician

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Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician

Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician
Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed 2-Page Letter & Engraved Photo Pennsylvania Politician The Autograph/Signature of Samuel Jackson Randall has NOT been authenticated. ° State Senate (Pennsylvania) ° Union Army Soldier – Member of the 1st Philadelphia City Cavalry ° Member of Congress ° 29th Speaker of the House ° Twice a contender for his party’s (Democratic) nomination for President of the United States CONDITION: The 1864 Handwritten and Signed 2-Page Letter has moderate edge ware. Corners have moderate rounding and crushing. Overall soiling/darkening is moderate and heavier along the borders. There is some staining along an edge line. Overall, there are moderate creases and heavy mailing folds. This item is on Watermark paper. The Engraved Photo has moderate edge ware. Overall creases are moderate. Please look at the pictures closely to get a more accurate description of the item. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Other Political Autographs”. The seller is “jandamy9002″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Autograph Authentication: Not Authenticated
  • Signed by: Samuel Jackson Randall, PA Politician
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Samuel J Randall 1864 Handwritten/Signed Letter & Engraved Photo PA Politician

Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863

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Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863
Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863

Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863
Founder of American Anti-Slavery Society Society. Abolitionist, journalist, suffragist and social reformer. Known for: His abolitionist newspaper “The Liberator”. This is a 5″ X 7 3/4″signed letter from Wm. Lloyd Garrison that reads. Boston April 16, 1863. In reply to your inquiring as to the probability of your. Obtaining a situation under the government, with reference. To aiding the freemen of the south this new position, I. Would advise you to address a letter to george B Emerson, Esq. Who is chairman of the Educational Commission in behalf. Of the Port Royal freedman, stating to him your. Desires, and sending him such references as you. He will be able to give you precisely the. You may refer him to me. His address is No 3, Pemberton Square. Yours, to break every yoke. George Barrell Emerson was an American educator, pioneer of women. Education, author and cousin of Ralph Waldo Emerson. The 5″X7″ picture with signature is a copy. Please see above photos as part of description of actual item you will receive. Just notify me within 14 days of receiving item of your intent. I gladly combine items, just let me know you are still shopping. All books are sent free to continental United States. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “723char” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Wm. Lloyd Garrison
  • Signed: Yes

Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863

MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress

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MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress
MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress

MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress
MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress. I have recently bought a large collection of autographed photos and letters by actors, politicians, and more. Please check my other auctions for more items. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress” is in sale since Thursday, March 19, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Celebrities”. The seller is “gregsfunshop” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
MARIE WINDSOR Signed Photo & Handwritten Letter Queen of B Films Noir Actress

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, December 14, 2021. 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 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 Saturday, December 4, 2021. 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 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 Saturday, November 20, 2021. 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 Robinson Hand Written SIgned Letter & 1 of kind Autographed Photo 1952

Jackie_Robinson_Hand_Written_SIgned_Letter_1_of_kind_Autographed_Photo_1952_01_ma 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

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 Wednesday, October 20, 2021. 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