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Old 11-02-2018, 11:16 AM
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As far as just enjoyable autographs go I like Gene Lillard's signature but I think an ornate Duffy Lewis (often signed as G.E. "Duffy" Lewis) may be my favorite as it really does remind me of a more intense Walt Disney signature (as you can tell I like the artistic signatures).

Two of the stranger autographs that are hard to even recognize as autographs (unless you know what you are looking at) are former Reds owner John T. Brush and umpire Bill Klem. Just strange looking autographs.
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2nd from the top, 1939. I really enjoy the evolution of Ted Williams' signature up to the 1960's. Same with Mickey Mantle - nothing like a 1940's Williams or a 1950's Mantle.

I would say "Nothing like a 1939 Williams", but I'm sure I'll never own another.
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That Walt Disney Sig is beautiful !!!! Love It
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That is no shit!!!! The Babe will always be king of autographs!!!
That's good to hear now that I've landed my first:

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Billy Pierce’s signature never varied. It was essentially the same when Bowman used it on their ‘54 and when he signed a card for me a year or so before he passed in 2015.

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Two of my favorites, on the same ball, and in black sharpie to boot!

They really are two of my favs, though I don't own an example of either.

Also a big fan of The Mechanical Man's signature.
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Two of my favorites, on the same ball, and in black sharpie to boot!

They really are two of my favs, though I don't own an example of either.

Also a big fan of The Mechanical Man's signature.
That's museum worthy, Tom. Really nice!
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John Brush isn't on this list yet is he? His signature is pretty intricate. This one comes from the CooperstownExpert.com website. Brush has his own page, as does every Hall of Famer and a couple hundred other baseball people. Many interesting autographed pieces there, most of the guys mentioned on this topic too. Enjoy!
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