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Old 07-15-2017, 03:12 PM
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The autograph is of Chic Gandil (from the 1919 infamous Whitesox).
why delete the picture?
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I have an authentic Gandil signed index card available if you're interested in one.

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Richard brings up a great point. Non-addressed post cards like that are very easy to find and a very common forgers friend.
Going all the way back to the granddaddy of baseball forgers Ron Dross.
Don't RIP Ron.
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Going all the way back to the granddaddy of baseball forgers Ron Dross.
Don't RIP Ron.
TASS.... and Donruss have teamed up to bring you this beaut. Another name not to trust. Better off with NO NAMES.
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why delete the picture?
Well.....Isn't TASS the soviet news agency? And it's tradition that anyone out of favor gets deleted from the photo.

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