I don;t think there to old In my experience sharpie on a baseball bleeds into the leather the older it gets and they don't look right to me I'd pass I have Barry's and none of them look like what I have
Ask the seller when and where they acquired it. I look forward to hearing their story.
The owner befriended them in Miami in the early nineties. That checks out for the years the William White NL Rawlings baseball was used. The fact that at least twelve of these baseballs were signed by them (rushed) signatures to me and PSA's opinion they are authentic.
PSA and I disagree. But thanks for your opinion. See my reply to Mike.
I don;t think so my experience with my friends who do nothing but collect baseball the sharpies always bleed over time and almost disappear these signatures don;t seem old enough to be the brothers who died, JMO
I respectively disagree but thanks for your opinion.
Yes, they can fade over time if not taken care of properly. Precautions include keeping out of direct sunlight. Display in a UV protected cube. Wash hands before you handle the baseball.
of course you disagree. you own the fake . it’s definitely not good bud. sometimes you have to chalk it up to you got scammed on your purchase
the sigs look very recent to me