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    Mickey Mantle with Herb Gluck. The Mick. Garden City: 1985. First edition, limited and signed.

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    Mickey Mantle with Herb Gluck. The Mick. Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1985. First edition, one of 536 copies signed by Mantle (each copy commemorating one of Mantle's 536 home runs; this is copy number 252, for his April 29, 1959 home run in Comisky Park in Chicago.). Octavo. [xii], [1], 2-248 pages. With sixteen pages of illustrations and limitation page inserted. Publisher's full red simulated leather, front board and spine stamped in gilt. Pictorial endleaves. Minor bumping to tailcap; minor rubbing to binding. Still, a bright, fine copy. From the James C. Seacrest Collection.

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    March, 2018
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