Signature seekers stop here for this exciting trio of certified vintage autographs. Granted by their authors sixty or more years ago, these significant signatures have all been encapsulated by the highly regarded PSA certification service.
Ed Barrow GPC: postmarked 9/7/49 with signature graded PSA MT 9 and inscribed with the date “9/7/49”, Barrow (d.1953) is an HOF executive credited with being the architect of the Yankees first great dynasties of the 1920s-1930s
Herb Pennock cut: measuring 2x1 and adhered to a blank business card sized backer, autograph is graded PSA Authentic and shows (“8-9“) quality, Pennock (d.1948) is an HOF pitcher who starred with the Athletics, Yankees and others, his sudden and untimely death from a cerebral hemorrhage at the age of 53 occurred so far before the time anyone ever considered standing in line to pay for an autograph that his signature is considered very tough and always commands a significant price, especially when certified by a respected third party source
Vic Raschi index card: autograph is graded PSA Authentic and shows firm (“9-10”) potency with the salutation “Best regards”, Raschi (d.1988) was key member of the 1940s-1950s Yankees “Big Three” starting pitcher rotation and won six World Series titles.