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This ball is one of 66 whose sales are all ending on Saturday, Jan. 13th at 3-minute intervals. You will get the exact autographed baseball pictured. I have provided high resolution photos of all six panels of the ball, so you can decide the grade/condition for yourself. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.
COA info: If a baseball has been certified by any of the following companies, then their certification (COA) is what comes with the ball: JSA, PSA/DNA, MLB Authentic, Steiner, or Tri-Star. That certification may include one or more of any of the following used by those companies: holographic numbered sticker on the ball; autograph show ticket; authentication card/letter/receipt that coincides with the certification number on the ball; photo ID of player signing the ball; or any other format used by these five companies. Any ball that wasn't certified by one of these five companies will include a COA from Stuff of History with our guarantee that the ball will pass the authentication processes used by either JSA or PSA/DNA. If it doesn't, you have 30 days from time of delivery to return it for a full refund.
Purdy's Stuff of History (which has now sold more than 59,100 autographed baseballs on since 2007) is owned and operated by Dennis C. Purdy, former editor & publisher of The Vintage & Classic Baseball Collector magazine (VCBC) from 1995-2000. He was also the owner of Sawdust Sports Syndicate and Pretty Panda Promotions, a sports card trade show company that promoted more than 600 baseball card shows featuring more than 700 celebrity autograph signers around the Pacific Northwest and northern California from 1990-2006(including Tony LaRussa's annual A.R.F. show, Baseball Stars to the Rescue).
Dennis Purdy is also the author of 13 books includingThe Team By Team Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball, Baseball on the Brain, Super Football Challenge, The Illustrated Guide to Texas Hold' Em, The Illustrated Guide to No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em, The Illustrated Guide to Blackjack, The American Praetorians, What Car Dealers Don't Want You To Know, Kiss 'Em Goodbye, and several others that are now out of print.
U.S. shipping prices on baseballs: $5.99 for one ball; $7.99 for 2-3 balls; $12.99 for 4-20 baseballs; $19.99 for 21-32 baseballs; higher quantities have variable shipping rates depending on the number of Priority Mail boxes required.
International shipping prices on baseballs: $15.99 for one ball; $21.99 for two balls; 3 or more baseballs: applicable International Priority Mail prices + 15% to account for additional PayPal and fees on the shipping prices. CANADIAN CUSTOMERS WILL RECEIVE A PARTIAL REFUND OF THE POSTED INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING RATES.