Series Opener, 1955 (Yogi Berra & Don Newcombe)

$295.00 USD
  • Series Opener, 1955 (Yogi Berra & Don Newcombe)

Series Opener, 1955 (Yogi Berra & Don Newcombe)

$295.00 USD
$295.00 USD

Limited Edition Giclee Fine Art Archival Print. Number in Edition: 50.

Shot during the opening game of the 1955 World Series, this image depicts Brooklyn pitcher Don Newcombe chasing a pitch from Yankee opposite number Whitey Ford while Yogi Berra waits to make the grab and umpire Bill Summers the call. Photographed by George Heyer of SPORT magazine, the image is hand printed from the original 2″ transparency.

Printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks for the highest available archival quality. Each piece is hand titled and numbered, carries The SPORT Collection emboss and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Mounting, matting and framing is also to the highest archival standards. Finished image size, 14″ wide by 17″ high. Framed size, 21″ by 25″.

Framed prints are available for purchase. Due to additional shipping, handling, and insurance costs, please call 416-861-8514 (Toronto) or 604-620-5834 (Vancouver) to process a framed print order.

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