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James Emory Foxx (1907-1967) was an American First Basemen in Major League Baseball who was one of the greatest right-handed power hitters to ever play the sport. Foxx was the second major league player to hit 500 career home runs, and at age 32 years, 11 months, and two days, is still the youngest ever to reach that mark.
A fearsome power hitter whose strength earned him the moniker “The Beast,” Jimmie Foxx was the anchor of an intimidating Philadelphia Athletics lineup that produced pennant winners from 1929 to 1931. Vintage ballpoint signature and inscription, “Jimmie Foxx, My best to the O’Connell Boys,” on an off-white 4.25 x 5.5 sheet. A couple light diagonal creases through first letter of signature and a few other wrinkles, otherwise fine condition. COA Steve Grad/PSA/DNA.
The most exquisite Jimmy Foxx PSA Certified vintage Autograph we have ever seen in 20+ years of collecting. Unlike the hurried signatures on programs this is just a stunning signature and personal inscription by this immensely popular 500 Home un Club Hall of Famer. With the Jimmy Foxx signed baseball selling in April for $30,000 the value of Foxx authentic signed memorabilia has been solidly established. Over the past six months his autographs (even a speared ink signature) have sold in excess of $2000. It is apparent the value of his autograph is quickly reaching the status of Babe Ruth. However, one should note the SUPPLY of Jimmie Foxx authentic autographs is FAR more scarce then Babe Ruth. Where this scarcity will send the value of Foxx autographs in the next few years is anyone's guess. However, if the last six months is any indicator, this may be THE ONE you regret got away.