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Old 11-21-2017, 11:08 AM
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I and A couple other board members went to a Jim Thome signing. What we all experienced was 2 distinct signatures depending on what he was signing. Balls jerseys etc. Got the A Signature cards tickets flats got the hurried B Signature.
As for in person signatures folks like Jacoby Elisbury Giancarlo Stanton David Ortiz and many many others use a glyph or shortened signature when signing for a crowd. Tough to authenticate
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I and A couple other board members went to a Jim Thome signing. What we all experienced was 2 distinct signatures depending on what he was signing. Balls jerseys etc. Got the A Signature cards tickets flats got the hurried B Signature.
As for in person signatures folks like Jacoby Elisbury Giancarlo Stanton David Ortiz and many many others use a glyph or shortened signature when signing for a crowd. Tough to authenticate
Yea, just look at all the new signed rookie cards inserted into modern day packs. Most are nothing more than a letter or 2 and either a line or loop or other random scribble. Very few have anything remotely legible anymore.

There are some good ones but they're few and far between.
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Old 11-22-2017, 01:45 PM
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because you witnessed it being signed, and yet others say it's fake? Curious how often this happens
I had a Muhammad Ali signed baseball removed by ebay years ago and iI personally handed him the ball at a little league baseball game and watched him sign it. Strange
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