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    My dad gave me a baseball that has been in his closet for 30-35 years...maybe longer. He was corporate for Handyman and went to games all over the US back in the 70's and 80's. Any suggestions about how I go about finding out who signed this baseball?

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    Looks like Willie Mays to me. I'm not an expert and I have no way of determining if the signature is authentic, but I think it's Mays.
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      Originally posted by westcfire View Post
      My dad gave me a baseball that has been in his closet for 30-35 years...maybe longer. He was corporate for Handyman and went to games all over the US back in the 70's and 80's. Any suggestions about how I go about finding out who signed this baseball?
      Gary is 100% correct.That is a Willie Mays autograph.It might be authentic,but it may be a fake.If your dad got it in person,which sounds like would be the case,then it would be authentic.
      Last edited by Nimrod; 10-22-2019, 06:57 AM.

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      • #4
        Where would I get something like that authenticated?

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