From the Operation Bullpen author Kevin Nelson comes the latest installment on celebrity and historic and political forgeries. If a photo, album or poster is filled with multiple signatures and it seems to good to be true, it probably is. Getting the cast or group to all sign a piece is often a foolhardy thought.
George H.W. Bush used to be the captain of the Yale baseball team. Gerald Ford was a center on the University of Michigan football team. JFK was on the Harvard football team. Here is a look at presidents who made a name for themselves on the field before trolling for votes.
In a niche collecting category, a new book by noted autograph expert Stephen Koschal focuses on collecting Presidential signatures on baseballs.