PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS IN THE DISCUSSION FORUMS, NOT BLOGS.
READ THIS BEFORE YOU POST, THANKS.

I recently purchased a baseball signed by HOF Cal Ripken Jr.-  I have attached a photo of the baseball and a COA of the Ebay seller. In my opinion, the signature looks good, but I would appreciate your input and opinion on the authenticity of the Ripken's autograph. The reason why I am posting this, is b/c I got a great deal for this collectible, almost too good to be true. Thanks.

Tags: Cal, Ripken

Views: 342

Attachments: No photo uploads here

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

I am always concerned about the older SB COAs as they were alot like Nicholas Burczyk ones.  They can proliferate especially when it comes to EBAY.  There really is no check and balance of COA to the Item.  The newer ones as depicted here at least now name the individual on the item but is it this item.

 

http://sportscardinfo.wordpress.com/2010/03/24/another-note-on-scor...  (case in point from about a year ago on the older ones)

 

here is a Tri-Star Ripken.  While there are similarities there are also some differences as well;

 

It's good to be cautious. I sent this to one of our experts, who thinks it's real.

But don't chew on it or you'll destroy its value.

Thanks for the reply and input, guys. IMO, I thought the autograph looks pretty good, but wanted to reassure myself with the Ebay seller.
who was the ebay seller?
The Score Board.
The autograph looks good. Maybe because he has signed so many items, that his signature has diminished in value to the point that you got a good deal from this seller.
This is a legit Ripken ball. Nice!

RSS

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

© 2021   Created by Steve Cyrkin, Admin.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service