President Dwight D. Eisenhower Single Signed 1950's Baseball With PSA DNA COA
President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed Official League baseball. Signedon the sweet spot in black steel tip pen. We can't positively assert that the signature dates to his administration, although the ball's vintage and the signing instrument are strong testimony that he inked this one in the 1950's. This is one baseball you don't want to miss signed by our 34th President. Eisenhower was one of the most influential figures in twentieth century American history, riding the groundswell of public support earned from his position as Supreme Commander of the D-Day invasion force to two terms in the Oval Office. While his autograph is coveted by millions who still like Ike, the appearance of his signature on a baseball sets this offering high above the rest. He's certainly among the most challenging targets for collectors of post-war presidential singles. Full letter PSA DNA COA.