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davekelejian's likes1 of 3Misprint Coke Bottle Ty Cobb Baseball by Stall & Dean from the early 1900's
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    Posted 7 years ago

    mike101
    (95 items)

    What I have is a Baseball with 4 unknown signatures
    Would anyone know anything about them.

    Thanks for any help

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    Comments

    1. mike101, 7 years ago
      Really, I was thinking if the players are together they would sign with the same pen. Or if the same pen was used on different days.
      Any idea on the names??
    2. scottvez scottvez, 7 years ago
      Wear looks consistent with a game used ball. Signatures are unknown/ not similar to any baseball "stars".

      Nothing would lead me to believe it is a "fake". Folks fake autographed baseballs to fool folks and make $$. A ball with no recognizable names isn't go to meet either of those objectives.

      The same pen doesn't really concern me. Most ball players (any level) don't carry pens in their uniforms. If it was signed at the same time, the same pen would logically be used.

      I would think that it was a souvenir ball from some sort of game-- not professional/ college/ etc...

      My son recently got a similar autographed ball from his youth baseball team signed by his four coaches.

      scott
    3. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Ball #1 appears to be Mark McGwire

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