Here is an interesting eBay post. I noticed this Frank Sinatra SP with the title JSA certified. Then he has everywhere that its guaranteed to pass PSA or JSA and he has a JSA letter.
So, when I looked at the Sinatra , noticed immediately it was one of the more crude secretarial forgeries. On probably the most forged Sinatra photo on the market...out of several hundred have only seen this particular photo authenticaly Autographed ONCE in 35 years collecting...
I thought how this could possibly get a JSA certification??
Then I realized the JSA letter was NOT a certification, it is a JSA Rejection letter. I almost burst out laughing. But, the seller never mentions that. Then again, at least he was upfront enough to actually post the rejection letter. Just hope an inexperienced prospect reads the letter closely as the seller never mentions it failed certification.
He just says its guaranteed to pass PSA or JSA…:)
That's definitely a new one to me. It's particularly surprising considering the seller's level of experience.
This is just ridiculous. To quote Owl Jolsons father from 1936 - "enough is too much!"
Give that guy a stupidity award.