The best “pull” Dan Black ever had out of a box of trading cards was a pretty darn good one: The famous Ken Griffey Jr. 1989 Upper Deck rookie card, numbered the first card in the set. Even better, it graded out a 10, or top shape, and recently earned him a nice $1,400 sale.
The Griffey card, though, now takes a back seat — like, way back — to Black’s latest stroke of good luck.
Last month, opening up a hobby box of Historic Autographs’ “Civil War: Divided” series, Black couldn’t believe his eyes when staring him in the face was the signature of Abraham Lincoln.
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