Nap Larry Lajoie Signed Autograph
Albertype Hall of Fame Plaque Postcard
Only rivaled by Ty Cobb as the game's greatest hitter at the turn of the century, Napoleon "Larry" Lajoie amassed over 3,200 hits in his Hall of Fame career. In fact, he was enshrined in the Hall's second class of 1937 and celebrated at the Inaugural Induction Ceremony in 1939. Lajoie passed away in 1959, and as an original Hall of Famer, his autograph is coveted by the hobby's most astute collectors. HOF Plaques were first produced in 1945 which left only a 14 year window for Lajoie to sign them. Although Lajoie was very popular with baseball enthusiasts at the time, his autograph on this medium is considered scarce. What better item to have his autograph on than this Hall of Fame Postcard Plaque? Boldly signed in blue ink (9/10) "Larry Lajoie" and dated, 2-16-54.
Comes with a Letter of Authenticity from JSA