Some great recernt EBay wins....

sberry

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Well I enjoy finding deals on Ebay especially team signed baseballs etc., well here are some of my recent wins on Ebay and hard to go wrong even though they are not Authenticated I always send them in and get them Authenticated with PSA and have yet to have a fake bought.


This doesn't seem to be a team signed ball as it has the Dee Fondy, Larry Sherry, Norm Sherry, Matt Young, Bert Blyleven, Dick Cole etc.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Bert-Blylev...hj8qXglAsjamKd0bvktto%3D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc


1997 Expos Team Signed Ball:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1997-Montre...hj8qXglAsjamKd0bvktto%3D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

1983 Cubs Team Signed Ball:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1983-Chicag...hj8qXglAsjamKd0bvktto%3D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc
 

89Giants

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Nice looking balls. How much do you get PSA to do them for? I know they charge by the auto which is why I never get my team signed items authenticated.
 

Beachbum

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Very nice Sean!

Here is a short flip side story.......I had this 1977 Detroit Tigers autographed team ball that I ended up with not really knowing how or what the story was behind it. Although I've always loved baseball but we had our differences in my twenties and I sold the ball on eBay 15 years ago for $30. Fast forward to more recently, say within the last 2 years. My 90 year old grandmother asked me if I still had her cousins Tiger ball. At first I didn't know what she was talking about until she told me story of how he got all those 1977 tiger autographs. Not only were the autos legit, it turned out to be a family heirloom in some respsect. Can you say REGRET??

Sorry for the depressing story but your luck reminded me of my regret.
 

sberry

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Very nice Sean!

Here is a short flip side story.......I had this 1977 Detroit Tigers autographed team ball that I ended up with not really knowing how or what the story was behind it. Although I've always loved baseball but we had our differences in my twenties and I sold the ball on eBay 15 years ago for $30. Fast forward to more recently, say within the last 2 years. My 90 year old grandmother asked me if I still had her cousins Tiger ball. At first I didn't know what she was talking about until she told me story of how he got all those 1977 tiger autographs. Not only were the autos legit, it turned out to be a family heirloom in some respsect. Can you say REGRET??

Sorry for the depressing story but your luck reminded me of my regret.

Oh I know the whole regret thing because last year I sold this exact ball below to the guy selling it now, I never ever got it authenticated but sold it on eBay for $58 and he took the time to get it authenticated and low and behold it was real!

1987 Oakland A's team signed ball
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1987-Oaklan...225684?hash=item1c5f04aad4:g:vJcAAOSwX~dWhVyD
 

Beachbum

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Oh I know the whole regret thing because last year I sold this exact ball below to the guy selling it now, I never ever got it authenticated but sold it on eBay for $58 and he took the time to get it authenticated and low and behold it was real!

1987 Oakland A's team signed ball
http://www.ebay.com/itm/1987-Oaklan...225684?hash=item1c5f04aad4:g:vJcAAOSwX~dWhVyD

WOW!! We can commiserate I suppose. That is probably what happened to my Tigers ball but it has been to long for me to know for sure. Thanks for the share.
 
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