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Los Angeles Dodgers Sandy Koufax Autographed "1965 World Series" 24 x 12 Panoramic Photo, Framed (UDA)


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  • Autographed, panoramic photo of Sandy Koufax pitching in 1965 World Series
  • Commemorates Koufax's Game 5 performance, which he won 7-0 over Minnesota
  • Undergoes Upper Deck's 5-step authentication process for credibility
  • Each autograph is witnessed by an Upper Deck Authenticated representative
  • Includes registration card with full history; measures 29 x 17 inches (W x H)

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Los Angeles Dodgers Pitcher Sandy Koufax declined to pitch Game 1 of the 1965 World Series due to his observance of the Jewish Holiday Yom Kippur. The Series was eventually tied 2-2 when Sandy Koufax put his team on his back and pitched a complete game shutout in Game 5 of the World Series. He followed that up with a three-hit shutout to clinch the World Series for the Dodgers. Commemorate the 1965 World Series Most Valuable by purchasing this autographed 24"x12" panoramic photo that shows 1965 American League Most Valuable Player Zoilo Versalles of the Minnesota Twins attempting to bunt off of Sandy Koufax's first pitch during Game 5 of the 1965 World Series. Authenticity: Sandy Koufax's signature is guaranteed through Upper Deck Authenticated's patented five-step authentication process. Limited to 132.

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The 1965 Major League Baseball season was another magical campaign for Dodger hurler Sandy Koufax. The awe-inspiring southpaw posted a record of 26-8 and fanned an incredible 382 batters. The Dodgers also won the World Series that year as Koufax posted two wins and fanned 29 Minnesota Twins over the course of three starts in the Fall Classic. And quite memorably, 1965 was the year that Koufax declined to pitch Game 1 of the World Series due to his observance of the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur. This panoramic photo shows Sandy making his first pitch of Game 5 in that series as Minnesota's Zoilo Versalles makes a bunt attempt. The Dodgers went on to win the game 7-0, as Koufax went the distance and scattered just four hits. The autographed, framed photo measures 29 inches wide by 17 inches high. Koufax's signature is guaranteed through Upper Deck Authenticated's patented five-step authentication process. Limited to 132.

Authentication Process
Authenticity has been a central theme to Upper Deck products since the company's inception in 1988. The company revolutionized trading cards using sophisticated printing technology to improve the overall quality of products and adding a trademark hologram that prevented them from being counterfeited. In 1992, Upper Deck expanded the company's focus on authenticity to include fine autographed sports memorabilia backed by a patented five-step authentication process that guarantees fans are receiving genuine autographs.

The heart of the five-step process is the company's policy that an Upper Deck representative must witness each autograph signed by any one of its stable of high-profile athletes, including Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Ken Griffey Jr., Peyton Manning, and Kevin Garnett, to name a few. Today, Upper Deck dedicates more resources than any other sports collectibles and memorabilia company to ensure the authenticity of its products.

Here's the full five-step authentication process:

  • Step 1: Every autograph is witnessed by an Upper Deck Authenticated representative. Upper Deck believes observation is the only way to truly guarantee authenticity.
  • Step 2: A record of the autograph session is signed by both the athlete and the UDA official, and is stored in a secure permanent file.
  • Step 3: An Upper Deck Authenticated serial-numbered hologram is affixed to each signed piece of memorabilia.
  • Step 4: A certificate of authenticity is assigned to every piece of memorabilia and includes a matching hologram to the one affixed to the item.
  • Step 5: Every piece of signed memorabilia is packaged with a registration card, giving the owner the opportunity to register the item with Upper Deck Authenticated. If for some reason the item is sold and/or transferred to a new owner, a full detailed record of the item's history is readily available.

Upper Deck Authenticated
Ever since Upper Deck revolutionized the sports trading card experience in 1988, their top mission has been to capture the excitement of the game and deliver it to fans of all ages through high quality, innovative, authentic, and collectible products. Upper Deck Authenticated became the first company to find an answer to the forgery problem by creating an airtight, five-step authentication system that assures fans are getting genuine autographs. Today, the company has autograph relationships with the game's biggest stars and produces some of the finest memorabilia on the market.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000QUXYLQ
  • Item model number: 57403
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,768,366 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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