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Old 03-08-2017, 12:09 PM
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Very cool. Not doubting it's real, I just couldn't imagine looking at a card of Hal Chase and ever thinking that writing on it, without a full name, would belong to another great baseball player.
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Very cool. Not doubting it's real, I just couldn't imagine looking at a card of Hal Chase and ever thinking that writing on it, without a full name, would belong to another great baseball player.
Me neither. I had no clue when I bought it and for the first 10? yrs I owned it that that signature was what it was. No clue at all....I thought it was just writing...LMAO (sorry to sidetrack the thread)
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Old 03-08-2017, 12:59 PM
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No worries Leon, I'll just provide the answer to the Chief Meyers question so we can return to the topic at hand.

It is because of the distinctive printing. Here are photos from my signed copy of The Glory of Their Times to illustrate the point.
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I love association copies of books, thanks for posting.
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That before and after is amazing Adam.
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No worries Leon, I'll just provide the answer to the Chief Meyers question so we can return to the topic at hand.

It is because of the distinctive printing. Here are photos from my signed copy of The Glory of Their Times to illustrate the point.
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I wanted to add, patience is also a huge tool. It might take some time to remove editorial/masking marks. Looking for quick results, could damage the photo.
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I wanted to add, patience is also a huge tool. It might take some time to remove editorial/masking marks. Looking for quick results, could damage the photo.
+++1

Those editor's marks have been there for decades. It's worth the extra time spent to keep from damaging the underlying photo that has survived all this time.
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Using a Magic Eraser (for cleaning walls etc...) does an excellent job
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Thanks for the advice guys, the Q-Tips and distilled water worked like a charm. See for yourself.
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