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Elmer Flick Signed Baseball HOF Centennial FDC

Lot Number 1000

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Elmer Harrison Flick is arguably the most anonymous of all Hall of Famers from the turn of the century. His inclusion at Cooperstown did not come until 1963 when he was 87-years-old, and although Flick was 95-years-old when he passed away in 1971, his signed first day cover was likely one of the hardest to obtain. The Hall of Fame outfielder is the subject of this Elmer Flick Signed Centennial FDC which features (2) blue pennings (both “7-8” potency, exhibiting slight shakiness of hand). The mid-grade envelope presents well given its age with light creasing and moderate residue on the reverse of the collectible. According to 1939baseball.com, this cover is of the “Postmaster Cooperstown” variation. “3 cent” baseball centennial stamp appropriately decorates the top right corner, full photo LOA from JSA.

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