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Old 12-05-2017, 11:26 PM
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Youíre welcome Scott. No I donít own it, but Iíve got a great deadball exemplar database that I created over the years.
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I have Marquard, Bridwell, Snodgrass, Murray, Doyle, and Meyers on T206s. Hereís Herzog on an M101-2 from the Doc Steen collection.
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I wanted to bump this thread to show of my newest acquisition. I had a Buck Herzog too which ended up not passing PSA/DNA unfortunately.




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Old 06-25-2018, 05:21 PM
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I have never submitted an autograph for authentication through PSA-DNA. But I found myself looking through a couple of the autograph collections posted in the PSA-DNA registry. That in turn generated a PSA-DNA question that would be most grateful to learn the answer to. If an ballplayer name has a "Spec Number" (in this case, beginning with the letters SR) next to the name, does that mean that PSA-DNA has passed that item as authentic ? Of course, I understand and accept that PSA-DNA is far from infallible.

The item that caught my eye in the PSA-DNA autograph registry is that for Bugs Raymond. Spec number: SR3492678. While I have never encountered, let alone heard of an example existing, I have also learned never to say never. Stories such as those about the filing cabinets stored/forgotten in the bowels of old Tigers Stadium (Win Mercer signed contract ?) spark dreams of a modern day jackpot. And while unlikely, Bugs Raymond was once a former Detroit Tiger too, and a players contract must have existed at one time for him.

{Edited} This link to Old Cardboard discussion from 2012 would seem to support more the "never", than the dream
http://www.net54baseball.com/archive...?t-151585.html


My thanks to everyone that might help me better understand whether the PSA-DNA spec number has any relationship to whether a authenticated autograph example exists.

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Old 09-25-2018, 02:32 PM
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Default Bugs Raymond autograph . . .

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Found myself browsing through the list of autographs that comprised the large
lot from Jack Smalling, as sold by Heritage Auctions last May. Did not notice
before, but listed within that lot was a letter signed by Bugs Raymond. Too
bad Heritage did not provide a image of that item within the auction listing.
Would have loved the opportunity to view such an autograph.
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Old 10-17-2018, 09:50 PM
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Fred Merkle!
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Bravo on Merkle! Nice presentation in that HA slab as well!
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Old 12-15-2018, 09:19 PM
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This is probably the final piece I will get from the team set. Over all I am super happy with how the project went
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