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Roy Campanella Autographed 1990-91 Salvino Sport Legends 10.

Lot 145. Roy Campanella Autographed 1990-91 Salvino Sport Legends 10. 25” Figurine. Mint in its original packaging and box, the figurine is #1935 of 2000 “approved and autographed by Roy Campanella and similarly approved by Salvino Sport Legends,” according to an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity with a Rick Salvino signature. The autograph is mint 9 on a signature plaque adhered to the figurine. It comes with letter that has a John Frischman signature dated March 31, 1991, stating that he “personally witnessed Roy Campanella sign his name.” Campanella is widely considered one of the best catcher’s in baseball history. In 1999, “The Sporting News” ranked him 50th on its list of 100 Greatest Baseball Players. In 1958, an auto accident left him paralyzed. He died in 1993. Winning Bid $180.    
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