How Can You Tell If an Autograph Is Real or Stamped on a Baseball?


The best way to tell if an autograph is real or stamped on a baseball is to get a maginfin glass and take a close look at it. Usually there will be an indication of a rub like print on it. Also make sure you know the age of the baseball and remember real ink has a reflection in light, so put it in the light as well.
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