Two Scarce Red Faber Baseball Autographs
A lot that consists of two Red Faber autographs. Red Faber was a pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1914-1933, which means he was on the infamous 1919 ‘Black’ Sox team; he was on the 1917 World Series team and he was a two time American League ERA (earned run average) champion, 1921 and 1922. Red signed a photo of himself in blue ink pen and he signed a plain piece of paper in black ink pen. The notation, ‘HOF 75’ is on the back of the blank piece of paper; he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1964. Red died in 1976. Please see photos and attend our Preview for a personal assessment.
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- each autograph comes in a hard plastic protective sleeve.
- cut signature: 5"w x 3"L x .0625"D