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Thread: Looking to buy a autograph baseball.....but who?

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    They have guys that are in my opinion better eyes than PSA/JSA/SCG and will allow you to pick up a nice copy that's less than 3rd part authenticated.

    Look for a sig that is "early" instead of their "show" days. All three have a gorgeous signature but each has an even better version from the 40s and 50s.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbhofmann View Post
    Look for a sig that is "early" instead of their "show" days. All three have a gorgeous signature but each has an even better version from the 40s and 50s.
    Good luck finding an authentic vintage '40s or '50s signed ball of one of those three within the OP's $500 budget.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin View Post
    Good luck finding an authentic vintage '40s or '50s signed ball of one of those three within the OP's $500 budget.
    Right? I paid double or triple for an "early" Carl Yastrzemski autograph from the late 70s!

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    If you don't mind a ball that is not single signed you can definitely find. I have 2 WWII themed baseballs with Williams that were both $500 or less, both are from that period of time and both have many other significant players who were involved in WWII.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Topnotchsy View Post
    If you don't mind a ball that is not single signed you can definitely find. I have 2 WWII themed baseballs with Williams that were both $500 or less, both are from that period of time and both have many other significant players who were involved in WWII.


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    Exactly, and if you buy reputable and search hard you'll find pieces that aren't attached to $150 PSA fees.

    It can be done, depends on how bad you want to wait.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jbhofmann View Post
    Exactly, and if you buy reputable and search hard you'll find pieces that aren't attached to $150 PSA fees.

    It can be done, depends on how bad you want to wait.
    There are definitely people on Net54 who are well known sellers and experts on authenticity and from whom you can buy without worrying about a 3rd party certification.

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