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I have a 16x20 photo signed by Stan Musial with authentication from James Spence.  I have several Musial items signed in person and although this one is comparable, it concerns me because it is signed so small considering the size of the photo.  On a batting helmet I have, he signed huge taking up most of the bill.  Every 8x10 I have is much larger than this signature.  On every 16x20 I have, the signature is larger because of the size of the photo, except for Yogi Berra.  What do you guy's think?

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Looks like JSA already reviewed it and approved it. Their expert opinion would be better than anyone on this forum in my opinion.
Ahhh...you must be a fellow Dale Carnegie graduate.
After hearing how so many items have been passed as authentic and turned out not to be, I would welcome some of your opinions as well.  Not that I don't trust JSA, but I'm always interested in what others in the hobby think.

I think your right on . I dont like how small the signature is and I personally dont like how the signature looks but that doesnt make it not authentic. I havent gotten Stans autograph in person in over  10 years. I did purchase some from a show and that was a long time ago as well . That can be how his new in person autograph looks . Do you know where the person got it signed, what year and when . Stan sells his autograph on his own website.

Here is the link stan-the-man.com . Look at those autographs as Im sure they are authentic.

 

I like it.  Looks like a recent signature.  Signed in the last 5 years.
I bought it about 2 years ago.  I have not gotten Musial in person since about 1995.  I'm not sure how much his signature has been affected by older age or health.

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