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Old 12-30-2017, 06:01 PM
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Default Recommendations - 1947 Tip Top Bread Autographs

I recently bought a lot of autographed 1947 Tip Top Bread Reprints. I believe the autographs to be genuine.

My question for the group, is it worth getting the HOFs authenticated or should I leave things as is?

The HOF include:

Enos Slaughter
Phil Rizzuto
Yogi Berra
Bobby Doer
Frank Crosetti
George Kell


Would it be worth certifying some of the lessor known players?


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If you plan to resell, certifying them wouldn't hurt, but probably wouldn't add much in value to guys like Kell and Doerr who sign prolifically.

FYI, Crosetti is not a HOFer.
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Crosetti indeed is not a HOF... my fault. Thank you for the thoughts.
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