Christopher Williams's Blog – September 2012 Archive (3)

Mickey Mantle Ted Williams Forgeries Ebay Seller Coulter623 Misleading Title Description Autographed Photo 16X20

Check out these typical Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams forgeries listed by Ebay seller coulter623.

We've seen these two forgeries thousands of times, but here's the kicker here.

Read the seller's title description.  It reads "MICKEY MANTLE & TED WILLIAMS SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 16x20 PHOTO PSA/DNA & UDA."

Then look at the photos and look at the two clown COAs (YMC Sports and Chris Morales) who certed this crap. 

Now that's what I call a…

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Added by Christopher Williams on September 15, 2012 at 3:14pm — 12 Comments

EBAY SELLER 2HORSECARRIAGE JOE NAMATH ELI MANNING PEYTON MANNING TIM TEBOW TOM BRADY FORGERIES FOOTBALL AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED

These are some of the most horrific forgeries you will ever see.  These look like they were penned by a 3-year-old.

The below forgeries are being sold by Ebay seller 2horsecarriage.  They all look like they were penned by the same person.

My first question "Who is buying this crap!!!???"  The people buying this crap are not real autograph collectors.  They are wannabe autograph collectors.

The one thing I have always said for years is…

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Added by Christopher Williams on September 13, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments

The Most Horrific Team-Signed Forgery You Will Ever See Ebay Seller Oksafetyman Reggie Jackson Nolan Ryan Mark Teixeira Josh Hamilton Signed Baseball

This is one of most horrific team-signed forgeries I have ever seen.

It is listed by Ebay Seller Oksafetyman.  There is actually a bid on this garbage.  These were all penned by the same hand.…

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Added by Christopher Williams on September 10, 2012 at 4:51pm — 3 Comments

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