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Here are Clyde's photos rotated correctly. Clyde, the Mantle is unfortunately a well known forgery style. It's a banana Mantle. The Joe D is bad IMO as well. And being that those 2 are bad, I would assume the Ted is crap too. If you have purchased this recently you should try and get a refund.
IMO=In My Opinion
I would get a refund ASAP.
three for three
or should I say, oh for three.
I agree. Run like rabbit with thorn in paw back to the guy who sold it to you and get your dough back. ASAP. RUN RABBIT!!!!!!!
I am still trying to get better at Mantle, but i recognize this as a common forgery. I would do as others have said, get your money back asap. This is definelty a bad ball. Unfortunately in todays time, most forgers and sellers of forgeries will offer a full money back guarantee. They do this knowing that most of the time, the buyer will never get the item authenticated, and if they do and it comes back bad, they can simply argue that the authentication company didnt know what they were doing. I see this all the time.
IN fact, some of the most notorious companies out their for selling blatant forgeries offer guarantees. It lures people in who have never bought autographs before and its dispicable. Guarantees and COAs mean absolutely nothing in the current market. If you go back to this seller and told him that the ball is bad, i can almost guarantee you he will argue with you and tell you that this site and its members dont know what they are talking about. But dont be fooled, get your money back, this ball is BAD
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