Discovered and praised by Frank “Home Run” Baker, Hall of Famer Jimmie Foxx was the first to join Babe Ruth as a member of the esteemed 500 Home Run Club. While the above-mentioned players have the common bond of a Maryland birthplace, it was Foxx who stood alone as a feared physical specimen with bulging biceps and chiseled forearms. This display showcases Foxx’ bold signature and is accented by images of the muscular slugger. Framed to 28 x 35-1/4”, the blue-ink fountain pen scripting is rendered on a government postcard and shows (“8-9”) potency. Full photo LOA from JSA.
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