Rare Grover Cleveland Alexander Signed Full Name Autograph Display. PSA
Grover Cleveland Alexander Autograph Display
-Original Hall of Fame Inductee, 1939
-Rare, Full-Name Signature
Along with Cy Young, Walter Johnson, and Christy Mathewson - Grover Cleveland Alexander was certainly in the same class, and was honored as being so at the Hall of Fame's Inaugural Induction ceremony on June 12, 1939. The righty hurler pitched for the Phillies, Cubs, and Cardinals from 1911-1930, and was one of the best pitchers of the 1910's. His signature is considered rare, as he passed in 1950 long before collecting Hall of Fame autographs became a serious hobby - let alone a member of the Original Eleven!
Offered here is "Old Pete's" signature presented on a vintage index card in black ink. Most of the example's seen in the hobby are signed as an abbreviated "G.C. Alexander", understandable for someone with such a long name! Full-name signatures are much more scarce and desirable, and necessary for any Hall of Fame Collection.