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Any of these authentic?

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Alpert on Tuesday. 2 Replies

The son of the gentleman that requested these from various players during the 30’s via the team office feels strongly that most of them are authentic. Whats the consensus? Any value here?Thanks,DaveContinue

Any help with this Ruth. Real or fake

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes on Sunday. 1 Reply

Guy sent autograph request to Yankees early 30’s Continue

Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Danny Francis on Sunday. 3 Replies

These came in the store today. My customer’s dad was a Yankee fan and requested by mail autographs of many Yankee players during the 30’s; I have attached these  Are these authentic or signed by…Continue

Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Oct 11. 43 Replies

Possibly acquiring from a prominent estate and wanted to get some opinions regarding authenticity before I lay out the cash. Thank you. The ball is a Brooklyn Ball Club Ball which I’ve never seen…Continue

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David Alpert replied to David Alpert's discussion Any of these authentic?
"Thanks Steve. I’m far from an expert so I’m just trying to get an idea on the set. Apprarently, Babe Ruth isn’t good and was probably done by someone inside the Yankee office during the 30’s that responded to the multitude of…"
Tuesday
Steve replied to David Alpert's discussion Any of these authentic?
"I can tell you that the Gehringer is good."
Tuesday
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Monday
Danny Francis replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"I did not know how to say that politely woody. "
Sunday
David Alpert replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"How about the rest of these?"
Sunday
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Unless they're a few dollars for the pair, pass on both."
Sunday
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion Any help with this Ruth. Real or fake
"Looks to me like the Babe was writing it for the first time, while using an instruction manual."
Sunday
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Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs

These came in the store today. My customer’s dad was a Yankee fan and requested by mail autographs of many Yankee players during the 30’s; I have attached these  Are these authentic or signed by someone in the Yankee office?Thanks for any and all help. See More
Oct 13
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Cat, which kink of the 'e'? That's the third time I've heard mention of the "kink" in the 'e' as being off. Which part of the 'e' are you referring to? The top, the middle, or the bottom/final…"
Oct 11
goodcat replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"In comparing these 2 (hospital vs letter), I see big differences The spacing  overall baseline angle of the "e" kink in the "e" angle and structure of the "R" overall it does not feel right and looks awkward. I…"
Oct 11
Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Woody, You provided a lot of information that I didn’t know about. I’m not experienced enough to participate much in discussion on Babe Ruth. If you'd like to discuss his autograph and things you've observed that would be…"
Oct 11
Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Woody, Thanks h fur posting yourIt looks like you know and certainly have studied Ruth much more than I have. I think you'd"
Oct 11
Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Woody, Terrier didn't block you. Nested replies only go a few levels deep before you can't reply anymore. The new platform won't have that issue.  In cases like these I often just start at the top."
Oct 11
David Alpert replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Thanks for the advice, Steve "
Oct 11
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"Steve, look at the baseline of the "Ruth" on this one. As well as the wide spaced curl of the e to R transition. And the th composition. The baseline suddenly bottoming out isn't uncommon during his last 5 years."
Oct 10
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig Autographs
"1944. What you've noted are often standard features of his 1944 through 1948 signatures. Every one of these features sometimes appears in the signatures of his final 5 years. 1) I see the parts of the track that are lighter and those that…"
Oct 10

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