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52T Mantle signed rookie. What a hodge podge!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Dec 31, 2017. 2 Replies


Large Mantle Signature

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher Williams Dec 29, 2017. 22 Replies

This particular MM signed ball was a sub-topic being discussed in another thread that got very involved into other matters, so in order to not have this subject lost in the sauce, I posted here, a…Continue

Worst group of Stan Lee signatures I've ever seen

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Dec 26, 2017. 3 Replies

The whole group:…Continue

Albert Spalding (the Violinist)

Started Dec 11, 2017 0 Replies

Found this going through old scrapbooks I've bought in the past and had stored in boxes. It was loose, in a scrapbook filled with ca. 1930s/1940s clippings and pictures.There are some examples on…Continue


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Woody2Shoes replied to Tony Avery's discussion Bruce Lee Autograph
"Why would Bruce Lee be at a hair-dresser's? He self-employed the same grooming implements as Moe and the Beatles:"
15 hours ago
Woody2Shoes replied to Tony Avery's discussion Bruce Lee Autograph
"I remember that like it was only yesterday! You and I have the memory of rogue elephants."
Woody2Shoes replied to John Spillane's discussion Thurman Munson Maybe? Real??
"I'm not trying to change your opinion. We're seeing different things. IMO, the Th on the ball is more indicative of his 2nd signature variation (ca. 1972/3) and not the 4th (ca. 1975/1976). The small letters are interconnected in a way…"
Woody2Shoes replied to John Spillane's discussion Thurman Munson Maybe? Real??
"And of all of them, I like the ball the least. It looks like it was signed by someone not familiar with signing their name on a baseball, the placement is awkward, off to the left, and not typical of Munson for any period. The entire track to me…"
Woody2Shoes replied to John Spillane's discussion Thurman Munson Maybe? Real??
"I don't really like any of them."
Woody2Shoes replied to Dennis Huls's discussion Ted Williams graded card
"Very little value. A sampling of cards from the 1954 Topps were printed on a fold out and included with Sports Illustrated #1. The magazine is worth substantially less without the foldout and by themselves, the paper thin stock…"
Mar 1
Woody2Shoes replied to american boy's discussion IS THIS A AUTHENTIC MONROE SIGNATURE?
"I'm with you. Lots of quirks, most of which I've never seen before in any MM signatures, from the beginning to the end of her career. There was a period where her signature could be characterized as erratic, but common features were still…"
Mar 1
Woody2Shoes replied to mr michael hutchinson's discussion bruce lee
"I've never seen a Lee like that. A few unique features I haven't seen, like the way the e and L connect, the shape of that L, and the indistinct, dissimilarly sized and shaped ee. Ink seems to be really fresh as well for at least…"
Feb 26
Woody2Shoes replied to Michael's discussion Baseball old time HOF 3. Opinion please. Always appreciate it. Spahn. Musial Erskine
"Erskine A-OK also."
Feb 23
Woody2Shoes replied to Matt Cordoves's discussion Michael Jordan baseball
Feb 21
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel Rivera's discussion Bruce Lee Authentic?
"NG. Never seen an authentic Lee anywhere near as rigid and slow as this."
Feb 21
Woody2Shoes replied to Tommy Robertson's discussion Elvis Presley Autographs
"I don't think the 3rd is the same author as the first two, Don. Not unless he was trying something new to see if that would be more convincing than the first two (or more we aren't seeing). Although off, the first two are written with…"
Feb 18
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel Alayof's discussion Babe Ruth Autograph?
"Good call! Almost all there, but not quite. Whomever did it has great control but one essential detail is missing and that's the tell."
Feb 18
Woody2Shoes replied to Tommy Robertson's discussion Elvis Presley Autographs
"3rd one looks worse than the first two. Like it was drawn in slo-mo."
Feb 18
Woody2Shoes replied to Don Ricci's discussion Mickey Mantle autographed bat
"What a waste of a really nice bat that already had value and desirability, in and of itself."
Feb 14
Woody2Shoes replied to Milwal's discussion Elvis Presley Fake?
"Shake, rattle, and roll; it's the forgery trifecta!"
Feb 13

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The ones that were signed for me, in my presence.
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Ink brings you a bit closer to your icons
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At 9:45pm on July 24, 2017, Eric K. Longo said…

Hi Woody,

Regarding the Bowie in question I find it a forgery. What say you?


At 11:07am on July 23, 2017, Joe W. said…

I definitely won't be the last! It is obvious from your comments that you have a keen understanding of the hobby and will be a welcomed asset to this community. Your insights are on target and brought a smile to my face. Thanks.



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