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Old 09-02-2019, 11:42 PM
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Default Need opinion on deadball era star

There are probably several players who could lay claim to the dubious title of Best Player NOT in the Hall of Fame, but William F. "Bad Bill" Dahlen could certainly make a case. He put up great numbers for an infielder in the deadball era.
Does anyone have expertise on Bill Dahlen autographs? Would like your opinion on this one if you do. It is a fountain pen on paper and it has been affixed to a 3x5 index card.
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Old 09-03-2019, 12:17 PM
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Looks decent to me. There are a surprising amount of Dahlen autos considering when he died. He must have went to a lot of baseball gatherings
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Mine is "later in life" Dahlen that I got directly from Kevin Keating. I know Cooperstown Expert has a nice one as well. I think yours is good.

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I think its good. I had a later life one as well, but the last name is spot on. Looks like a nice piece.
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Thanks, guys. I appreciate your expertise.
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