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Old 02-05-2019, 08:55 PM
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Default Old Mets signatures.

Just purchased an old Mets ball on a fluke. Just wanted to gather thoughts on the key signatures. Feedback is always welcome.
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Looks like they're stamped
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Old 02-05-2019, 09:39 PM
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Definitely live ink
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Old 02-05-2019, 09:52 PM
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That one is a stamped facsimile baseball
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100% stamped souvenir ball
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I agree with all of the others. It is a stamped ball. Look at the Hodges and Mizell signatures. They both go into the stitching and none of the signatures touch which is standard for these types of balls.
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Thank you all for the feedback. Much appreciated!!!
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It is a very nice facsimile souvenir 1962 Mets baseball. I have people bring these in to me at least a couple times a month and they can be spotted across from across the room. Dead giveaways are that none of the sigs touch each other ( as mentioned above) and all of the ink is the same color and strength. But a very nice collectible from the Mets inaugural season.
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Hope you did not pay a serious price for it.
100% stamped ball.
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