Autographs from people credited in 1988 La balle au mur

  • DON BUDGEThe tennis legend pens his signature in blue ink on this page Signature: "Don Budge". In blue ink, 5¼x6. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938).

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  • DON BUDGEThe tennis star signs on this white card in black ink Signature: "Don Budge". 5x3 white card. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938).

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  • DON BUDGEHe pens his signature on this card in blue ink Signature: "Don Budge". 5x3 white card. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938). He then turned professional and played mostly head-to-head matches, as there was no professional tour at that time.

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  • DON BUDGETennis great pens a letter answering a request from fan Autograph Letter Signed: "Don Budge". 1p. 5½x7¾, No date or location.  To: Mr. Stanhope. In Full: "Dear Mr. Stanhope, You're out of luck- I have a hard time drawing water. Good luck with your others Sincerely".

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  • DON BUDGEThe first tennis player to win a Grand Slam signed this index card in blue ink Autograph Note Signed: “To Joe/ Good luck/ Don Budge”. 5x3 index card. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938).

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  • DON BUDGESigned black and white publicity photograph of the Tennis Hall of Famer on the court Inscribed Photograph Signed in Ink: "To Chris Myers,/Good luck to you/and keep swinging/Sincerely/Don Budge". B/w, 10x8, facsimile signature in the photograph at lower right corner.

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  • DON BUDGEVintage black and white publicity photograph shown holding his trophy from the U.S. Open! Photograph Signed: "Don Budge". B/w, 8x10. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938).

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  • DON BUDGEVintage black and white publicity photograph of tennis great shown on the court mid swing Photograph signed: "Don Budge". B/w, 8x10. Tennis great Don Budge (1915-2000) was the first player ever to win tennis' Grand Slam: Wimbledon, the U.S., French and Australian Opens (1938).

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  • DON BUDGEHe signs on this FDC honoring the Olympic Torch 1984 First Day CoverSigned: "Don Budge". 3½x5½, white postal card with b/w cachet honoring the Olympic Torch 13¢ Postal Card 1984. Postmarked Los Angeles, California, April 30, 1984.

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  • DON BUDGE Black and white publicity photograph of tennis Hall of Famer on the court Printed photograph signed in ink: "With best wishes for/your "Hall of Fame" thanks/for including me/Sincerely". B/w, 10x8, facsimile signature in the photograph at lower right corner.

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  • DON BUDGE Black and white publicity photograph of the tennis Hall-of-Famer on the court Printed photograph signed in ink: "Don Budge". B/w, 10x8, facsimile signature in the photograph at lower right corner.

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  • DON BUDGE The world renowned tennis champion signs his name on this typed letter from 1989 Typed Letter signed: "Don Budge", 1p, 4¾x7½. To "Dear Robert", In full: "Thanks for your nice note. I'm sorry but I have given all of my photos away long ago.

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  • DON BUDGE Don Budge signs typescript of an excerpt from "Whatever Became of..."by Richard Lamparski Typescript signed: "Don Budge", 1½p, 8½x11. Excerpt from Whatever Became Of...? By Richard Lamparski.In part: "In 1938 he created a record that has never been equaled.

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  • FLORENCE RICE, FRANK SHIELDS, ALVIN "AMOS" CHILDRESS and DON BUDGE. Signatures: "Florence Rice" and "Frank Shields" and, on verso, "Amos" [Alvin Childress] and "Don Budge" in pencil, 6x4½ album leaf.

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  • ROD LAVER. Envelope signed: "Good luck/Rod Laver", 6½x3½. Un-mailed envelope with imprinted 10-cent stamp celebrating tennis, 1874-1974. Australian tennis star Rod "Rocket" Laver was the first to win the sport's Grand Slam of four top tournaments more than once (1962 and 1969).

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  • ROD LAVER Scorecard from PGA West golf course Scorecard signed: "Rod Laver", 8x6 overall, 4x6 folded. Scorecard from the PGA West Golf Course, signed on the outside. No scores are recorded on the card. Australian tennis star Rod "Rocket" Laver (b. 1938) was the first to win the sport's Grand Slam of four top tournaments more than once (1962 and 1969).

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  • IVAN LENDL Shown in a 9x6¼ black and white advertisement for Adidas Advertisement signed: "Ivan Lendl" in blue felt tip, B/w 9x6¼. Advertisement for Adidas. Ivan Lendl (born in 1960) led his native Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup victory (1980) before moving to the U.S.

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  • IVAN LENDL. Signature: "Ivan Lendl", 5x3 card. Lendl led Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup victory (1980) before moving to the United States. Known for his powerful forehand and serve and for his steely demeanor on the court, Lendl won 94 pro tour victories, including three French Opens (1984, 1986-1987) three U.S.

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  • IVAN LENDL The tennis player signs his name on this color photograph, shown holding a trophy above his head. Photograph signed: "Ivan Lendl", in black felt tip, Color 8½x11. Ivan Lendl(b. 1960)led his native Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup victory (1980) before moving to the U.S.

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  • IVAN LENDL Color photograph of the tennis champ on the court. Photograph signed: "Ivan Lendl". Color, 8x10. Ivan Lendl (born in 1960) led his native Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup victory (1980) before moving to the U.S.

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  • IVAN LENDL. Postcard Photograph signed: "Ivan Lendl". Color, 4x6. Signed above facsimile signature. Lendl led Czechoslovakia to its only Davis Cup victory (1980) before moving to the United States.

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  • SPORTS STARS Baseball, football, basketball and tennis greats sign on the cover of a folder for an Isuzu Celebrity Golf Championship Folder signed: "Carlton Fisk", "M.

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  • MARTINA NAVRATILOVA. Signature: "Martina Navratilova", 5x3 card. By her retirement after the 1994 season, Martina Navratilova had won 18 singles titles in Grand Slam events: a record nine at Wimbledon, four U.S., three Australian and two French Opensand31 Grand Slam doubles titles. In 1984, she won a record 74 straight singles matches.

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  • MARTINA NAVRATILOVA Inscribed and signed photo, poised to receive a serve Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Mark/Martina". B/w, 8x10. By her retirement after the 1994 season, Martina Navratilova had won 18 singles titles in Grand Slam events: a record nine at Wimbledon, four U.S.

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  • MARTINA NAVRATILOVA. Photograph signed: "Martina." Color, 8x10. By her retirement after the 1994 season, Martina Navratilova had won 18 singles titles in Grand Slam events: a record nine at Wimbledon, four U.S., three Australian and two French Opensand31 Grand Slam doubles titles.

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  • MARTINA NAVRATILOVA. Photograph signed: "Martina." Color, 8x10. By her retirement after the 1994 season, Martina Navratilova had won 18 singles titles in Grand Slam events: a record nine at Wimbledon, four U.S., three Australian and two French Opensand31 Grand Slam doubles titles.

    Sale Price $162.00

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  • MARTINA NAVRATILOVA and CHRIS EVERT Photograph of the women's tennis greats, signed by both and framed to 15x18. Photograph signed: "Chris/Evert" and "Martina". B/w, 9½x6½.

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  • FRED PERRY The British tennis star signs this piece of paper with best wishes Autograph note signed: "To Perry-/Best wishes/Fred Perry." In black ink. 6x4½ album leaf sheet. Fred Perry (1909-1995) is best known for his outstanding championship-winning record.

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  • FRED PERRY Grand Slam-winning British tennis player poses in his tennis whites holding three tennis rackets, signs name in black ink Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/ Fred Perry" in black ink. B/w, 8x10.

    Sale Price $252.00

    $280.00

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