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    Autograph authentication

    I have a 5X7 index card from "hit the icebox" with COA , Dave Schultz late 1960's early 70's auto. i'm wondering....
    do I send it to KSA or PSA for authenticity? Do I trust the COA I have?
    does anyone else have autograph authenticates they use?? Thank you in advance for any help!!!!

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    I wouldn't worry about it. It isn't like that is something that is going to be worth a lot of money and getting it authenticated will raise the value. I don't think PSA authentication would raise the value of it more than the cost of the authentication.
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    I would keep like that but if you decide to send it for authentication, I would send it to PSA, not KSA.

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    If it's just because you're concerned about the authenticity, I wouldn't worry. As far as I know that seller is reputable and can be trusted.

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    Thank you! Im not looking to sell it or raise the value!
    as most of you know my PC is Dave "the hammer" Schultz, I have an early
    version of his autograph that is extremely rare however in value is not worth much, except to me, since I know nothing about "hit the icebox" card shop I was wondering what to do ...

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