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Old 01-21-2023, 05:09 PM
Jenx34 Jenx34 is offline
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Default JSA Questions...

Have an opportunity to have some autos authenticated tomorrow by JSA at a show.

1. Are JSA's prices at shows higher than their standard, posted pricing?
2. For baseballs such as Mays, Ripken, Eddie Murray, Mattingly, Gary Carter, Frank Thomas, Prince Fielder, Mike Mussina, Don Sutton, etc... is it best just to get the basic authentication? Would they just place the sticker on the baseball itself?
3. Are balls that are somewhat faded but still readable worth getting authenticated? Would they still authenticate them? Sadly, more than not of my collection have faded over time. Some maybe 50% but still readable, some barely readable without squinting, and a couple like a Reggie Jackson that you can see under magnification, but to the naked eye the ball looks blank. My thinking is only looking at those I would consider between 50% - 100%.
4. Has anyone had JSA authenticate signatures on raw cards? I have a friend that has 4 Pee Wee Reese cards he had signed in person. A '56, . 57 & '58, I think. And a '52 Topps reprint.
5. I was given a Goudey Bob Feller Reprint that was signed. Would it be worth having the signature authenticated?
6. In 4 and 5 above, how would JSA deal with the sticker? Place on the back of the card? I wouldn't mind that on the reprints, but not sure I'd go for that on the authentic vintage Reese's.

Any other thoughts that might apply?
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