The New York Yankees had already won their fifth straight World Series Championships when this photograph was taken in 1951, the 50th Anniversary of the American League. Framed to 25x17, the photograph shows Berra (front row left), DiMaggio (second from right, top row) and a young rookie named Mickey Mantle (fifth from right, second row). Although there is a vertical fold through the middle of the photo and heavy creasing that causes some tears underneath the photo, the eye appeal of the photograph itself is still strong (only slightly affected by fold). Facsimile signatures line the bottom of the specimen and the photograph is very scarce, meaning that specimens do not frequently hit the market. A must-have for any vintage baseball or New York Yankee fans. More on website
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