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Old 01-19-2018, 03:50 PM
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I agree with Scott, cool topic (AND I like the Joey Belle too.)

Now I haven't been into autographs for very long but I have not seen Mr. Hartnett sign like this anywhere else.

I read in some old post that some players signed to replicate what was printed on the card - do many find this accurate?

Again, cool topic. Thanks. -peter
There are checks in the market where he signs his legal name, but that is the first non-check autograph I have seen like that.
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Early Jeter and Bonds...
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Default Manny used to sign his name nicely back in his pre-rookie days

Early Manny signatures. Totally legible!
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Old 01-20-2018, 08:32 AM
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Here are some early ones of Puckett, Pedro, and Griffey
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Signed in 1979 by Raines.
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Here are some early ones of Puckett, Pedro, and Griffey
Full name Maranville, Full name Veeck. Have other old HOFfull names (Appling, Gehringer, Willie Foster, Judy Johnson...) but not paying Photobucket's ransom.
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2 Unique '89 Fleer Bill Ripken autos.
First one is signed by the photographer Steve Babineau on the back with 'Oops'.
Second one is a Black Box version with an early Bill Ripken auto on the front and Babineau on the back.

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Joe DiMaggio.....

Top - Rookie Signature
Middle - Signature during the 1941 Streak
Bottom - Most recognized "modern" signature
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Old 01-20-2018, 05:52 PM
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Here's a 1933 Dimaggio
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Babe Didrikson - Most people know her Babe Zaharias signature which was quite elaborate. Here are three signatures of her signed at the 1932 Olympics when she was 19 years old. All three are different with the third one being fancy. The Olympic collectors in Europe like this signature rather than her married signature. It sells very well over there.

Mark Spitz - His current signature is rather familiar to most collectors. Here is his present signature and one from 1969 when he was at the University of Indiana.

Tommie Smith - Best known for the raised fist protest at the 1968 Olympics. His signature for many years has been as Tommie Smith. While still at San Jose State he signed his first name as Tommy. Here is a modern version and one from 1966.
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