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Old 01-01-2019, 03:52 PM
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In person yesterday. I'd love it if I could complete those 2 multicardszz Simon, Paul.jpg
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Old 01-01-2019, 04:04 PM
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Picked up up a few old autograph books from the 1940's. Nothing sports related in them but some decent entertainment names. Here's a nice Louis Armstrong, and great that they saved the newspaper cutout from the event where they got it signed (made it easier for me to identify the signatures before and after it as well)
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Wow! Paul Simon picked up the sharpie and signed! Havent heard of him doing that in a long time. Congrats
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I met him through some business things. Saw him twice. First time gave him one card (I was too intimidated to give him more). Next time which was yesterday laid all 4 on a table and he signed them all. Didn't hesitate
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Old 01-02-2019, 10:14 AM
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I met him through some business things. Saw him twice. First time gave him one card (I was too intimidated to give him more). Next time which was yesterday laid all 4 on a table and he signed them all. Didn't hesitate
That's great! I heard just last month he literally sat there and handed albums to edie brickell to sign and wouldn't sign any himself. I dont know the grapher who was trying so it may have been his fault. Either way, great score!
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Excited to add this circa 1960-69 signed ted williams game used ball to the collection.
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It kind of looks like you are going to let the dog have it...
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Sig enhanced but real and very hard to get on this cardCampanella 1954 Bowman #90.jpg
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Finally scored a Herman Mankiewicz for my Citizen Kane display. I didnt even realize til after I won this that it was a contract for him to write "Pride of the Yankees". 20190124_170019.jpg

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Sean, that's a huge score. I love anything to do with Pride of the Yankees, and I bet that contract slipped under the radar of many of the POY collectors.
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