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Old 10-01-2013, 11:22 PM
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Interesting stuff. I have had my eye out for a vintage playing days signature on an album page or cut or even a vintage fountain pen GPC. Do these even exist?
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Interesting stuff. I have had my eye out for a vintage playing days signature on an album page or cut or even a vintage fountain pen GPC. Do these even exist?
That is a really good question ! Stan lived to be 94 and it seems like everything I can recall ever seeing signed by him was later in his life , Maybe someone has an early example they can share

His brother Harry who also pitched in the major leagues & who died in 1950 , is a tougher autograph but was a prolific signer and I've seen early examples of his signature with elaborate inscriptions and he would often include his nickname "The Giant Killer"
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Thanks for sharing Jim. The best way to promote a hobby is the way you do it. take care..
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Hello, sort of embarrassing to ask veteran collectors if a common HOF autograph is legit, but I just don't know anything about Stan's sig. This is JSA authenticated, but I trust you guys more.

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Cool. Thank you, sir.
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Topping this old thread, but bought an interesting lot on eBay last night. Apparently, he could write. Postcard from 1914.

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Nice pickup. Great to see a thread that has previous posts by Jim Stinson. Miss his stories and the service to the autograph collector community.
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That is a really good question ! Stan lived to be 94 and it seems like everything I can recall ever seeing signed by him was later in his life , Maybe someone has an early example they can share

His brother Harry who also pitched in the major leagues & who died in 1950 , is a tougher autograph but was a prolific signer and I've seen early examples of his signature with elaborate inscriptions and he would often include his nickname "The Giant Killer"
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Thought I'd add this interesting Coveleskie item to a great thread. Here's the Giant Killer:



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