Those are all forgeries. They look like the same garbage listed by EBay seller Jfried504. I have posted quite a few threads on the laughable forgeries sold by EBay seller Jfried504.
By the way, I was only commenting on the index cards.
I understood that you had only commented on the index cards, but I hear your the guy to ask. So I figured I would ask about the Mickey Mantle hat and limited edition Hank Aaron ball. To double check that they were authentic or not. What you think sir?
I agree with Chris. Your pieces were signed slowly, and shakily except for the DiMaggio.
BTW, autographs on hats and other cloth surfaces are often signed slower than paper or plastic and can look a bit different. They're not good for comparison except with other autographs signed on similar surfaces.
So in your opinion is the hat real? How about the Hank Aaron ball?
That hat looks good to me.
You don't need to know anything about those autographs to know that they're forgeries. Look at the visible shakiness. Especially on the Mantle and the Berra. Unless they had Parkinson's or were lying on their deathbed signing autographs, there is no reasonable explanation to explain the hand tremor.
"Look at the visible shakiness. Especially on the Mantle and the Berra. Unless they had Parkinson's or were lying on their deathbed signing autographs, there is no reasonable explanation to explain the hand tremor."
I've heard of mass hysteria, but never mass Parkinson's. But that appears to be exactly what we're dealing with here! Ooo-fa!
Look like kitchen table forgeries