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Old 02-22-2016, 12:46 PM
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Default Walter Johnson signed ball

good or bad? looks slowly drawn, but could that be due to old age?
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Johnson had a pretty light hand typically. Looks slow because it is probably traced over, hard to tell from the photo but you can almost see the faded ink underneath that didn't get traced perfectly. See arrows on photo below.
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Agreed...I believe it was traced
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Definitely..
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Traced Paul
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Old 02-26-2016, 09:41 AM
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So, what value do people here put on a ball which is traced over? Obviously I'm going on the assumption. That the signature which was traced over is genuine.

Me, personally, I'd have zero interest in owning it, but do people actually have or place any value on an item that falls under this category?
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So, what value do people here put on a ball which is traced over? Obviously I'm going on the assumption. That the signature which was traced over is genuine.

Me, personally, I'd have zero interest in owning it, but do people actually have or place any value on an item that falls under this category?
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