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Old 01-29-2018, 10:51 AM
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David your posts and replies always give the impression that you are the most miserable person in the world. Sad way to live...

Anyway, 100% authentic 1928 or earlier signature. Value roughly $3000-$5000
WTF are you talking about Brendon? Dewey made me laugh--and, of course, he's absolutely correct. (In more ways than one.) Good on ya, Dewey!
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Old 01-29-2018, 11:47 AM
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WTF are you talking about Brendon?

I was just going to say that you're always so surly all the time and that you're always talking down to people and to lighten up a bit! But ^^^^^^
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Brendan, I believe that your opinion about David cannot be further from the truth and is polar opposite to that of many of us here on this board!

David has always taken the time and patience to answer any and all of my questions over these many years and i believe him to be a valuable contributor to this board and most importantly, a genuine human being.
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Old 01-29-2018, 04:41 PM
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Thanks for the feedback fellas. It is greatly appreciated!!!


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Brendan, I believe that your opinion about David cannot be further from the truth and is polar opposite to that of many of us here on this board!

Fair enough, then I apologize. He just always seems so short with everyone that asks a question.
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David your posts and replies always give the impression that you are the most miserable person in the world. Sad way to live...

Anyway, 100% authentic 1928 or earlier signature. Value roughly $3000-$5000
I'm going to go with $2,300-2,500. The condition hurts it and being pre-1928 hasn't done much for the value of balls in that condition, especially a non-OAL ball.

But I'm responding to you because I'm curious why you think it could be worth as much as $5,000. Also because I don't think David's interaction in this thread seems too bad. I get his frustration. I participate in another history forum where guys with high post counts will post 'facts' that are very believable, especially to non-experts. It's tough to stay out of such threads when I know absolutely, with no doubt, that the poster is incorrect and that now his 'facts' are preserved forever and could be googled in the future and used to make bad decisions. In the history forum I have already seen where someone used an incorrect internet blog 'fact' as part of a published article. It was painful to see.
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Old 02-02-2018, 11:39 AM
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Yeah the $5000 may be a tad high, but to the right collector you never know... I'm still comfortable saying $3000 all day for this ball.
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Yeah the $5000 may be a tad high, but to the right collector you never know... I'm still comfortable saying $3000 all day for this ball.
I don't think it's anywhere near a $3000 baseball. (But if I say so, Brendan will say I'm the most miserable person on the face of the earth. ;-) )
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Thank you guys for the continued discussion. Id like to learn more about the ball, including but not limited to price, so keep the feedback coming.


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I don't think it's anywhere near a $3000 baseball. (But if I say so, Brendan will say I'm the most miserable person on the face of the earth. ;-) )


Hahahaha. See! I knew you had a sense of humor! Haha.
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