Elmer Flick Hall of Fame Plaque Postcard - Signed Twice 
Lot Number 1036
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Elmer Harrison Flick is arguably the most anonymous of all Hall of Famers from the turn of the century. His inclusion at Cooperstown did not come until 1963 when he was 87-years-old, and although Flick was 95-years-old when he passed away in 1971 ,his yellow Hall of Fame plaque card is one of the toughest in the series. Presented is a twice-signed yellow HOF plaque postcard with a signature on the front and the reverse. Flick signed the beautiful postcard along the upper portion of the card, and the blue ink signature grades in the (“8-9”). The signature on the back is a strong (“9”) against the white background. The card has been deemed authentic by PSA/DNA and encapsulated (“Authentic Auto”). The postcard itself is in excellent condition with a bright obverse and clean reverse. 
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