1969 MLB Chicago Cubs Autographs Hundley Beckert Jenkins Piersall Oliver Campbel For Sale
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1969 MLB Chicago Cubs Autographs Hundley Beckert Jenkins Piersall Oliver Campbel:
These were purchased from an estate sale. The owners last name was Black. The story on this item is that in 1969 he paid to play a benefit game with the Chicago Cubs. This board was Black's locker board in which the players autographed them as part of the benefit. They are all original. I've researched them and found most of the players and signatures with the exception of one or two. This template has 6 signatures,- Randy Hundley, Glen Beckert, Ferguson (Fergie) Jenkins, Jimmy Piersall Gene Oliver and what I believe was a sports commentatorat the time named Bill Campbell and one other that I could not find. I'm not sure who it is. There is writing on the back of different players names and some different numbers.This is one of two boards that I have so make sure that you look for the other listing as well before you leave.
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