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Albert Spalding (the Violinist)

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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

Ty Cobb, real or "unreal"?

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Elvis opinions please!

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Given to me in a partial set…Continue

Anyone familiar with this authenticator?

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Woody2Shoes replied to Joel's discussion Joe DiMaggio ball real or fake?
"Here you go, C:"
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Woody2Shoes replied to Joel's discussion Joe DiMaggio ball real or fake?
"The "M" sort of kills it, IMO. The whole thing appears unsure. Hesitant. The base of the "D" combined with the implied "i" rather than a distinct slash for an 'i' that typically is formed when this style of…"
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Woody2Shoes replied to a pug called eva's discussion Two authenticated Marilyn Monroe autographs on eBay - OK?
"Hoodcat53 wrote: "If the M has deliberate unconnected strokes, I would be very hesitant and would want a mountain of provenance". This!"
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Woody2Shoes replied to MC91's discussion Is this a real Jimi Hendrix Experience Autographed guitar??
"Here's the best guitar smash of all time. In Hateful Eight, Kurt Russell smashed an original, $50,000, 145 year old Martin guitar. The film crew used the real thing as a prop. It was supposed to be switched out before Kurt smashed…"
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Woody2Shoes replied to John Spillane's discussion Aaron and Mays Real???
"I'm by no means an Aaron expert, but the sharpie does stand out to me as being unique; unlike all other Aarons I've seen that had strong provenance, documentation, and/or the blessings of PSA/DNA or JSA, that do cover the full range…"
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Woody2Shoes replied to MC91's discussion Is this a real Jimi Hendrix Experience Autographed guitar??
"John Shaw wrote: "if this was real, the odds are probably 250 to 1 million depending on bidding. To my knowledge none exist". So John; you're saying there is a chance? 8O)"
Thursday
Woody2Shoes replied to Don Webster's discussion Elvis X 2 -- Opinions Welcome!!!
"Looks like the forger's pen hit a speed bump, some difficulty negotiating the turn just short of the nadir of the "P". Looks like a little course correction. 8)"
Thursday
Woody2Shoes replied to MC91's discussion Is this a real Jimi Hendrix Experience Autographed guitar??
Thursday
Woody2Shoes replied to JT1972's discussion Todd Meuller Autographs
"Todd wrote: "I remember asking Roger Epperson if Todd was trustworthy. His reply sent chills". Todd, those chills are called the "Hee-Bee Gee-Bees". It's typically the same uneasy feeling some get in the dimly lit…"
Monday
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Albert Spalding (the Violinist)

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 google of his signature, it looks close but as I'm unfamiliar with his auto, this being the first time I'm aware of seeing one (never came up before), your opinions would be valued as far as authenticity.The only online reference I can find on H.L.Etheridge is his appearance in the 1940 census, at age…See More
Monday
Woody2Shoes replied to Bart Black's discussion BB King Guitar
"BB is like the Stan Lee of signed comics and Bob Feller and Pete Rose of signed baseballs!Probably more guitars exist signed by BB than any other musician. That said, as many as I've seen, each and every signature seems to differ in…"
Dec 10
Woody2Shoes replied to Charlie's discussion Thurman Munson auto authenticity
"Not even a decent clubhouse proxy, T. About 95% of it looks completely improvised, like whomever signed it was loosely basing it on a memory of a much earlier TM style of signature, though still badly missing missing the mark."
Dec 10
Woody2Shoes replied to Brian's discussion Danny Kaye Authentic?
"Looks to me to be typical of his later, more recent signatures. Interesting to note that Danny Kaye was the one that Michael Jackson copied his "Gangster Lean" move from: Although MJ took credit for "inventing" the move and the…"
Dec 9
Woody2Shoes replied to PJ McKay's discussion Vintage Larry Bird Opinions Needed
"+1. OMG! Looks like it was signed over a 3 week period. lol"
Dec 8
Woody2Shoes replied to jesse rubio's discussion Jordan real??
"+1. The "ordan" is a glaring tell."
Dec 8
Woody2Shoes replied to Pete Chuka's discussion 1976 Yankees Ball? Munson? Martin? Berra? Howard? Catfish?
"IMO, Terrier is spot on with the Munson. The entire formation is off and it's in an anachronistic style, more indicative of an earlier style. "
Dec 6

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Collector, Fan
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Hits on google for different site articles
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What do you collect, or want to collect?
Sports, History/Politics, Books/Literature, Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
Interests are too vast to mention! lol
What is your level of expertise?
Advanced Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
The ones that were signed for me, in my presence.
Why do you collect?
Ink brings you a bit closer to your icons
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Moses

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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?

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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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