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Old 04-13-2018, 08:52 AM
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I noticed that too...interesting that the other two sheets have him with the "Jimmie" Foxx signature.
There was thread about this a ways back. If you use Google Images"Jimmie Foxx Autograph" or "Jimmy Foxx Autograph, either one, I could only find "Jimmy" on maybe two images (well, at least it appeared like that) out of a few hundred. Everything else is "Jimmie" - personal checks, baseballs, index cards, etc...
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All look great. Gehrig is bold s can be!
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FWIW - Tommy Leach also couldn't decide on "Y" or "IE" at the end of his name. (Gotta add some cards to this thread!)

Leach Portrait Auto SGC 40

Leach Bending Over Auto SGC 30


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Also, the Connie Mack is epic. Such a great sig!
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Very cool! That is weird that they had two different Jimmie fox autos
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Terrific leon
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Yeah it looks like something that should be on the Declaration of Independence
True.... but it's hard to beat the sheer elegance and pleasing aesthetics of a Speaker signature.
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True.... but it's hard to beat the sheer elegance and pleasing aesthetics of a Speaker signature.
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Obviously not the star power of the others mentioned for their nice signatures but if you have never looked up Gene Lillard’s signature, you should. It wouldn’t look out of place on one of our founding documents!
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Obviously not the star power of the others mentioned for their nice signatures but if you have never looked up Gene Lillard’s signature, you should. It wouldn’t look out of place on one of our founding documents!
You're absolutely right about that (not mine):
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Wow, no doubt that is a nice autograph! Here is one that I think stands out from the group. Have been told is Tex Carlton from a member on the autograph side. Also a nice swing sequence and Mel Ott autograph.
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