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Old 08-17-2018, 10:33 PM
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a grail card for sure
As someone, maybe David R., cautioned in another thread, careful with the dual signed ones, some of the Mantles may be fake.
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Old 08-19-2018, 01:45 PM
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As someone, maybe David R., cautioned in another thread, careful with the dual signed ones, some of the Mantles may be fake.
yup

I'll stick with the TC beak-wetters lol
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As someone, maybe David R., cautioned in another thread, careful with the dual signed ones, some of the Mantles may be fake.

I understand the card, I just think it is so ugly. I wish it had been done better. I've debated picking one up, but cant pull the trigger
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Old 08-19-2018, 02:16 PM
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I understand the card, I just think it is so ugly. I wish it had been done better. I've debated picking one up, but cant pull the trigger
Yah, it's cartoonish.
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The card does look cartoonish but it has the nicest signatures of their respective generations. The mick had a lot of competition as there were a lot of nice signatures during his time (teddy ballgame comes to my mind). For Griffey, itís not even close. His contemporaries almost all had repulsive signatures. Can you imagine seeing the Big Hurtís chickenscratch next to Mantleís gorgeous penmanship? Because of the signatures I think itís one of the most iconic cards of the 90ís.
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another cheap addition

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Lots of awesome Griffey Jrs. Here is one I didn't see. I also have an uncut sheet.
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The card does look cartoonish but it has the nicest signatures of their respective generations. The mick had a lot of competition as there were a lot of nice signatures during his time (teddy ballgame comes to my mind). For Griffey, itís not even close. His contemporaries almost all had repulsive signatures. Can you imagine seeing the Big Hurtís chickenscratch next to Mantleís gorgeous penmanship? Because of the signatures I think itís one of the most iconic cards of the 90ís.
Who started the chickenscratch thing anyhow? And yes Ted signed beautifully.
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Thanks for posting that Michael!
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First one!
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