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Affable Mid-Westerner Gerald Ford (d.2006) was the perfect man to replace Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew as our top officials. At a time when our chief executive office was in disarray, Ford replaced first Agnew as vice president and then Nixon as president to become the only man not elected to either office to serve as POTUS. He then took one for the team in pardoning Nixon of his offenses, a move than surely cost him the 1976 presidential election. Ford’s stately (“9-10”) signature appears on the bottom border of an 8x10 photo that was suitably designed for display purposes. This handsome photo is framed and matted to overall dimensions of 13x16 with little signs of wear to any of the ensemble components. Comes with PSA/DNA basic cert/sticker.
As if serving as the leader of the free world wasn’t enough glory for one lifetime, our 38th President was a standout star on the University of Michigan football team, leading the Wolverines to national championships in 1932 and 1933 as a three-way player, performing as a center on offense, a linebacker on defense and a long snapper on special teams. Also included in this lot is a 1934 Michigan ticket stub from Ford’s senior year. Printed as “Season of 1934 Good for Admission to Event Number 14", this extremely well-preserved souvenir shows commendable (NM) quality.
Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.