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Old 01-07-2018, 12:50 AM
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I got spoiled with 'the Mechanical Man's' script:

1935 DIAMOND STARS w GEHRINGER AUTO.jpg


I apologize for having this thread in the wrong place, but I do appreciate everyone's responses.
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Just for what it's worth here but I wish players had more respect for the act of signing. It means something. Love the signatures of the old time players who seemed to take real pride in their autograph. I can't read most of the ones I see nowadays--even the guys getting PAID for it at card shows. A few years ago my company sponsored a big tennis tournament and we had a 'signing' from a big-name star (not naming but you know her). She slopped through a signature--nothing more than swirling line--and had not the company president been standing right there paying homage, I'd have told her "come on. Sign it right."

Still wish I had, actually.
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