From the “Green Monstah” to the “Pesky Pole,” the BoSox are well represented in this lot of (7) signed keepsakes. With pennings averaging ("8-9") strength, highlights include: Ted Williams: limited edition (175/406) 22 x 28-1/4” Armand LaMontagne lithograph signed by Williams in gold marker; Fenway Park Cachet: a 1987 75th anniversary cachet signed in ballpoint by Doerr, Williams and Yastrzemski; 1997 Red Sox Hall of Fame: 3-1/2 x 7-1/2” Lucite holder signed in blue marker by (6) including Fisk. JSA Auction LOA. More on our website.
Roger Clemens: a limited edition (141/600) 36 x 15-3/4” color lithograph print of Clemens fanning Seattle’s Phil Bradley for his single-game record 20th strikeout on April 29, 1986. Clemens has signed on the lower white border in graphite pencil (“8-9” strength) and inscribed “21.”
Carl Yastrzemski: composed by Armand LaMontagne, a limited edition (24/50) 1990 color print measures 24 x 19-7/8” and is signed by Yastrzemski in blue marker (“9-10” strength).
Carl Yastrzemski: a 20 x 28” limited edition (37/200) color print of Armand LaMontagne’s 1990 life-size Yastrzemski statue. Yastrzemski has signed in gold-colored marker (“8” strength).
1975 World Series Game 6 Gateway Silk Cachet: postmarked OCT 21 2005 in celebration of the event’s 30th anniversary, a business size cachet is signed in blue ballpoint (average “9” strength) by: Burleson, Carbo, Cleveland, Evans, Fisk, Lee, Moret, Petrocelli, Rice, Segui, Tiant and Wise.
Note: in addition to the signatures mentioned in our catalog description, the 1987 Fenway Park 75th anniversary cachet is also signed (on the reverse) by Dropo, Ferrell and Parnell. And in addition to Fisk's autograph, the 1997 Red Sox Hall of Fame lucite holder is signed by O'Connell, Parnell, Petrocelli, Radatz and Tiant.
Also included is a limited edition (107/600) Pedro Martinez 1954 Topps Baseball Card Style color print (signed by the artist only).