Spot a bad sign

Geraci, Ron
June 1998
Men's Health;Jun98, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p66
Presents tips for avoiding buying a fake sports autograph. Fees charged by retired sports legends on signing autographs; National organization that are dealers of original autograph products; How bargains can fake autographs.


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