Building a collection of single-signed Hall of Fame baseballs is a task taken on by many collectors, and only the luckiest of a single few will ever own a ball signed only by Red Faber. Faber was a distinguished member of the 1919 Chicago White Sox (not a Black Sox as Faber missed the World Series that year due to injury). He won over 250 games, led the league in ERA twice, and won a World Series in 1917. Finding a single signed ball in any condition is a monumental task, as he passed in 1976. And finding one PSA/DNA Grade 7 would be greater than Herculean. For the most discriminating collector, here is the best of the best. This vintage Wilson Official League baseball has been hand signed by U.C. "Red" Faber. The autograph is guaranteed authentic, and includes a PSA/DNA Letter of Grading & Authenticity.
Note: This item does not include an individually numbered TRISTAR Authentication hologram, only the PSA/DNA Letter of Grading & Authenticity.