"The autograph looks typical to me. I have purchased through the foundation before but with photos that they provided. I think those cards had a small hologram on the reverse of the card. Not sure why anyone would counterfeit it…"
"One would have to assume they did not sign these things at the same time. Would be to messy. So it must be the glossy material. Frampton's CD was manufactured in Mexico and inserts run the quality gamut. Probably…"
"I used to keep these autographs in a drawer along with the 1947 ephemera. I had these acrylic frames and put these pieces together with archival products. I hung them on the wall and now I consider them art. They are much more fun…"
"Hi. I say not authentic. Lousy overall flow to the graph and C.K. appears to use more care on the double two's. I would not buy an official ball signed in sharpie. It will fade for sure. Personally I would prefer…"