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GUCD231
01-16-2012, 02:06 PM
That Mantle has to be the worst EVER.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/MICKEY-MANTLE-STENGEL-4-1956-YANKEES-SIGNED-CUT-JSA-/140540079980?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20b8d76f6c

http://i366.photobucket.com/albums/oo106/GUCD231/OTHER%20STUFF/KGrHqQOKpEE1rfzz9BNty0qbBgg0_12.jpg

meandsharon11
01-16-2012, 02:14 PM
JSA has been going down hill for a while. ive seen so many authenticated pieces of theirs that got knocked by psa/dna. if you go to any shows a lot of the time they just look at a lot of things and authenticate it. litteraly eyeball sigs and say they are real because they know whats real and what isnt just by looking at it. while some this may be true, but they really dont hold many standards any more.

i wont get anything jsa now.

GUCD231
01-16-2012, 02:24 PM
I don't know.I am finding it hard to trust anyone.I own 1 autographed piece that has a PSA/DNA sticker on it.It also has an MLB sticker that authenticates all the autographs as well as the item.That's the only reason I considered purchasing it.

I thought this was kinda scary as well.
http://i366.photobucket.com/albums/oo106/GUCD231/OTHER%20STUFF/PSA.jpg



JSA has been going down hill for a while. ive seen so many authenticated pieces of theirs that got knocked by psa/dna. if you go to any shows a lot of the time they just look at a lot of things and authenticate it. litteraly eyeball sigs and say they are real because they know whats real and what isnt just by looking at it. while some this may be true, but they really dont hold many standards any more.

i wont get anything jsa now.

meandsharon11
01-16-2012, 03:45 PM
lol how do you authenticate that? i guess it all comes down to the buyer and if they really think it's authentic regardless of what sticker is on it. thats why i dont really invest in memorabilia. unless you get it yourself you cant really feel comfortable with it. im gonna take the clemens balls i have to tristar and see if they get authenticated. if they do i'll sell them off or trade them off for cards. i know those are real lol

GUCD231
01-16-2012, 03:58 PM
I agree.I do put alot of faith in the MLB certification program.

gators241987
01-16-2012, 09:18 PM
Curious as to the MLB dimaggio. They only verify in person. Didn't think it was started before Joe died. Tristar won't authenticate, they aren't a 3rd party. Sig does look different but I'm sure there's a reason they passed it. EBay seller is top notch so no issues with them

GUCD231
01-17-2012, 06:07 AM
The Joe D is not MLB authenticated,just PSA/DNA.
Curious as to the MLB dimaggio. They only verify in person. Didn't think it was started before Joe died. Tristar won't authenticate, they aren't a 3rd party. Sig does look different but I'm sure there's a reason they passed it. EBay seller is top notch so no issues with them

Triple Peanut
01-17-2012, 10:24 AM
looks ok for a Micki Nantle
or maybe mick was drunk ;)

GUCD231
01-17-2012, 10:54 AM
Just to clarify,I am not stating and wrong doing on the part of the Ebay seller.I just think it's funny/sad that these were even considered much less passed.

osufanman
01-17-2012, 02:01 PM
It must be real he typed this in............


Don't be fooled by the many fake autographs on Ebay. This autograph is guaranteed authentic and has been certified by JSA, the authority on autograph authentication.


JSA has been involved in too many cases I wouldn't trust them.

GUCD231
01-25-2012, 10:10 AM
Anyone see the famous Jimmy Spence on that new History channel show last night? I was kinda enjoying it and laughing at the same time.The Greyflannel consignment outfit is located near me on LI.Mr.Spence authenicated the only known Mickey Mantle "Oaklahoma Kid" inscribed ball.It looked legit and the seller was hoping for $10-$15 grand.Since the the bow-tie bandit was associated with it it went for a whopping $7,500 or so.The owner was convinced that JSA was the best in the business and claims he himself started the collectibles market.I guess he should read some of these threads on SCF.

YellowSuge
01-25-2012, 11:40 AM
Anyone see the famous Jimmy Spence on that new History channel show last night? I was kinda enjoying it and laughing at the same time.The Greyflannel consignment outfit is located near me on LI.Mr.Spence authenicated the only known Mickey Mantle "Oaklahoma Kid" inscribed ball.It looked legit and the seller was hoping for $10-$15 grand.Since the the bow-tie bandit was associated with it it went for a whopping $7,500 or so.The owner was convinced that JSA was the best in the business and claims he himself started the collectibles market.I guess he should read some of these threads on SCF.

I caught the show. As much as I cringed throughout the episodes, it was kind of cool seeing a show on TV about sports memorabilia. Better than seeing another show about cupcake making..

GUCD231
01-25-2012, 07:57 PM
LMAO,I could not agree more.
I caught the show. As much as I cringed throughout the episodes, it was kind of cool seeing a show on TV about sports memorabilia. Better than seeing another show about cupcake making..

taaamps
02-18-2012, 06:38 PM
lol how do you authenticate that? i guess it all comes down to the buyer and if they really think it's authentic regardless of what sticker is on it. thats why i dont really invest in memorabilia. unless you get it yourself you cant really feel comfortable with it. im gonna take the clemens balls i have to tristar and see if they get authenticated. if they do i'll sell them off or trade them off for cards. i know those are real lol

I don't believe Tristar will authenticate unless it was signed in front of them. Much like Steiner, Upper Deck, Mounted Memories, and MLB.