Alexander Cartwright “The Father of Baseball” Signed Document Hall of Fame D. 1892

In 1953, the United States Congress officially recognized Alexander Cartwright (D. 1892) as the inventor of the modern game of baseball.  He was also the founding member of the New York Knickerbockers Baseball Club in the 1840’s. He was elected to the Baeball Hall of Fame in 1938 (before the museum was officially open to the public).

This 8” x 12” document derives from his adopted Hawaiian homeland, and is an autographed notarized sale of land by Hawaii’s Dowager Queen Emma and is dated July 14, 1874. The gorgeously hand scripted document is penned on both sides of a lined legal-size page, signed on the second with the most attractive autograph in the Baseball Hall of Fame with 9+/10 strength. The seal of a notary public

No Baseball Hall of Fame Collection would be complete without an autograph exemplar from the Father of Baseball.

Full LOA – PSA/DNA



Item: 10835

Price: $2,995.00
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Alexander Cartwright “The Father of Baseball” Signed Document Hall of Fame D. 1892