Highland Mint Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame 2018 Induction Day Bronze Coin Photo Mint
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This limited edition collectible frame features Chipper Jones as he is celebrated as a new member and inducted with all the baseball greats into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This 13” x 16” frame with triple matting features a custom and individually numbered photo of Chipper as we knew him on the field as well as speaking at the podium on induction day and an image of the plaque that will immortalize him forever in the HOF Museum. Matted below the photo is a minted 39mm Atlanta Braves bronze coin and a 39mm Hall of Fame bronze coin. A numbered certificate of authenticity is matted betweebn the minted bronze coins. Officially licensed by the HOF and MLB. Proudly made in the USA by The Highland Mint.
- (2) 39mm minted bronze coins - one with the Atlanta Braves logo, one with the Baseball Hall of Fame logo
- Measures 13” x 16” framed, triple matted, glass front
- Numbered certificate of authenticty mounted between the coins
- Limited edition of only 2,018
- Individually serial numbered 8" x 10" photo
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Baseball Hall of Fame Exclusive Item
- MANUFACTURER DIRECT ITEM - NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXPEDITED SHIPPING
- Please allow 10-14 days for delivery
|Player Biography||Chipper Jones played 19 seasons, all for the Atlanta Braves, including 13 years where the Braves made the postseason. The first overall pick in the 1990 MLB Draft, Jones becomes the second No. 1-overall selection to earn Hall of Fame election, following Ken Griffey Jr. in 2016. An eight-time All-Star and the 1999 NL Most Valuable Player, Jones topped the 100-RBI mark nine times and had eight seasons with at least 100 runs scored. Among players who appeared in at least half their games at third base, Jones is the only major leaguer to record at least 1,600 RBI and score at least 1,600 runs. His 1,623 RBI are the most of any player whose primary position was third base. As a rookie in 1995, led the Braves to the World Series title. One of only nine players in big league history with at least 400 home runs, a .300 batting average, a .400 on-base percentage and a .500 slugging percentage, along with Jimmie Foxx, Lou Gehrig, Mel Ott, Stan Musial, Manny Ramirez, Babe Ruth, Frank Thomas and Ted Williams.|