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Old 01-08-2019, 03:05 PM
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People often put autographed Babe Ruth balls in attics and forget all about them. Happens more often that you'd ever imagine. (Note: has to be the attic. No other room will suffice.)
LOL yeah.

If or when I ever get a Ruth signed ball, that's where I'll be storing it.
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LOL yeah.

If or when I ever get a Ruth signed ball, that's where I'll be storing it.
A barn is always a good option as well
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Two "signatures." Two different pens. (Note the thickness of the lines.)
Identical ink color.
Hmmm...
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Oh. And you can add the fact that the Gehrig is a 1929-1930 style signature. He didn't begin signing with the large "L" and "G" loops until '29, and the style didn't last long.
Of course, he could have signed a 1927 AOL ball years later, but the India ink label rules that out.
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I have an uncle whose mother ran into Babe Ruth and had nothing for him to sign. He keeps what might be the only 1940's era signed white ladies tennis shoe on a shelf, not in the attic. Have to tell him he's doing it wrong.
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