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Old 04-30-2012, 06:29 PM
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question is, is it legit?

personally I dont like it, but where would the majority of people take the ball if they didnt trust JSA?

These guys are covering themselves.
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:40 PM
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auction houses started the craze when mastro would bring dealers and people around at shows and so forth and tell them he wanted them to meet his guy spence. and then grad came through the mastro pipeline too.

it was a way for auction houses to push more and more material through and absolve themselves from the liability of the autographs by pushing these tpa's on people. even though though the tpa's put it in their fine print that they aren't liable either, thats its just their opinion that can change without notice and without and renumeration or warranty to the buyer.

but auction houses still play the game of making it look like there is some type of guarantee, like when heritage will put in its tagline.

"encapsulated by psa/dna for unquestioned authenticity."

that makes it sound like it is guaranteed to be real, you cant even question it.



the auctions started it and the online auctions like ebay just ran with it from there.
The more I read from you Travis the more I agree with you. If what you say is true, then the only real logical conclusion to be made is that the entire thing is just an elaborate scam. Nothing more.
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Old 04-30-2012, 06:51 PM
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Even though it didn't pass PSA, still will sell for alot of money. Haul Of Shame did a article about Mathewson balls today.
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The ball just opened at $10,000.
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Apparently the opening bid was withdrawn.
The ball no longer has a bid.
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Apparently the opening bid was withdrawn.
The ball no longer has a bid.
interesting. I wonder if the bidder might have read this thread?
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