Lou Gehrig “The Final Farewell” – July 4, 1939




Lou Gehrig “The Final Farewell – July 4, 1939

Image Size 20×16 – Framed size (outside measurements 31×30 – landscape format).

One of the most famous photos in the history of sports.  Lou Gehrig addresses 69,000+ fans at Yankee Stadium, with his now legendary “Luckiest Man” speech.  Everyone there knew Gehrig was serious ill.  The man, known as the “Iron Horse” was baseball’s all-time leader in consecutive games played with 2130.  A record that would stand for almost 6 decades, before Cal Ripken Jr would surpass him.

But there would be no more baseball for Gehrig.  His speech is handsomely displayed in sublimated aluminum — word or word!

This item is beautifully custom framed, double matted in a solid wood black frame, with the famous “Luckiest Man” speech sublimated word-for-word on silver aluminum and MLB licensed Yankees logo pin centered at the top of the frame.

This is an exclusive design of DGL Sports Enterprises Ltd.

**Please ask about our volume discounts for resellers and custom orders for different size requirements**

**All images sold as custom framed only**

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