Hello, I have as part of a late family member's collection, a ball signed by Mrs. Babe Ruth.  Is this a legitimate thing?

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Baseball Beginner, would you happen to know who they were purchased from?

This particular ball (Mrs. Babe Ruth), I don't know who it was purchased from 

Some of the other balls I posted have invoices from Memorabilia Center (Ralph Perullo  - whom I read about as being an untrustworthy source); a few came from R&L Memorabilia; and some unknown as I don't have invoices with them.

There are also quite a few "Letters of Authenticity" from Ralph Perullo on behalf of Joe DiMaggio Estate, a couple from Christopher Morales (another bad guy I read about), one from "TTA", one from "PSA/DNA", one from "The American Association of Professional Baseball Clubs", one from "Butler Baseball Company inc", and a few from Barry Halper (also seems questionable from what I've read).

Mrs. Ruth signed an autograph book for me at Yankee Stadium about 55 years ago. The signature on the ball looks exactly like the one I had. The signature on the ball looks like she signed it when she was older and a little shaky, but I think it's real. 

Thank you very much for the reply! That is helpful to know.

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