Ted Williams Signed Photo & Certificate of Authenticity
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Sold Date: 11/26/2007
Channel: Online Auction
TheSellingPostW e Sell Your Stuff on eBay ONE OF THE MOST TRUSTED eBay SELLERS............................................... AUCTION ITEM Signed TED WILLIAMS Photo Ted Williams
OutfielderThis is one of the BEST pieces of sports memorabilia on the market today! We are proud to offer this amazing black and white photo of Ted Williams as a young man, for the Minneapolis Millers before his days as a Red Sox Legend. Fabulously professionally framed in aluminum silver framing and matted in Red Sox Red & Blue with the Boston "B" on the bottom center. This rare piece comes with a certificate of authenticity from Grand Slam Marketing, which was owned by JOHN HENRY WILLIAMS, Ted's son. "It is by certified that the item of sports memorabilia which accompanies this document has been personally autographed by Ted Williams. This item was signed under the direct supervision of, and in witness tto, Grand Slam Marketing, Inc. The autograph is unconditionally guaranteed as to its authenticity." The total size of this framed is 24" T x 20" L Words cannot describe how amazing this is. This will be the ULTIMATE present for a Red Sox fan!!! ABOUT TED WILLIAMS:Born: August 30 , 1918 (1918-08-30 ) Died: July 5 , 2002 (aged 83) Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB debut April 20 , 1939
for the Boston Red Sox Final game September 28 , 1960
for the Boston Red Sox Career statistics AVG .344 HR 521 RBI 1839 Teams
As PlayerBoston Red Sox ( 1939 -1942 ), ( 1946 -1952 ), ( 1953 -1960 )
As ManagerWashington Senators ( 1969 -1971 ) Texas Rangers ( 1972 ) Career highlights and awards Career Records On base percentage (.482) Awards MVP Award ( 1946 , 1949 ) ML Major League Player of the Year ( 1941 , 1942 , 1947 , 1949 , 1957 ) Notable Achievements AL Triple Crown (1942, 1947) Last player to hit at least .400 in a season (.406 in 1941 ) Oldest batting champ in Major League history at 40 in 1958 All-Star - AL (x17) Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Elected 1966 Vote 93.38% (first ballot) John Henry became a highly controversial figure in the sports world after Ted died on July 5 , 2002 . Announcing t would be no funeral, he had Ted's body flown to the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale , Arizona , and placed in cryonic suspension . John Henry's lawyer produced an informal family pact signed by Ted, John Henry, and Claudia in which they agreed "to be put into biostasis after we die." Barbara Joyce (Bobbie Jo) Ferrell, Ted's daughter by his first wife, sued John Henry, claiming that Ted wanted to be cremated, and led a very public campaign against her half-brother. She also feared John Henry was planning to sell their father's DNA . A judge ruled that the signature on the family pact was Ted's, and, the note would stand as his final request. On December 20 , 2002 , Ferrell withdrew her objections after a judge agreed that a $645,000 trust would be distributed equally among the siblings. FOR OTHER GREAT ITEMS CHECK OUT OUR eBay STORE: YOU CAN ABSOLUTELY! BID WITH CONFIDENCE CONDITION This is in overall very nice condition. The right hand bottom corner of the framing has come unhinged. T are a few scuffs along the frame. SHIPPING Domestic $34.95- $52.95+ required insurance depending on location Serious bidders email your zip for cost. Please do not pay until we send you an invoice. Insurance required on all auctions to cover loss or damage. Domestic rates 1.95 = .01 - 50.00 6.95 = 400.01 - 500.00 2.95 = 50.01 - 100.00 7.95 = 500.01 - 600.00 3.95 = 100.1 - 200.00 8.95 = 600.01 - 700.00 4.95 = 200.01 - 300.00 9.95 = 700.01 - 800.00 5.95 = 300.01 - 400.00 11.95 = 800.01 - 900.00 900.00 - 1000.00 = 12.95 * 1.9...
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