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I have a fairly large Drew Bledsoe collection (1700+ cards), but I am clueless on two particular cards that I have.

The cards are both 1995 Classic NFL Experience Gold parallel versions of his base card #62. They are also both autographed (and Beckett has nothing in their guide that mentions an autographed version of the card).

One has an official Score Board stamp and came with a CoA from The Score Board. The one that doesn't have the stamp is hand numbered to 200.

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I'm assuming one or both are fake(?), but I'm not really sure because I saw this on eBay, too...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Drew-Bledsoe-Sig...2ec209dcd1

If anyone has any information, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!
dang thought I had a large Bledsoe collection.. Not sure but they kind of look familiar
Sooo, no?
Didnt Scoreboard always sell on late night infomercial with Don West yealling. Then Ken Gouldin would yell on the phone....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gESvgBGzWlI

My bet is it was signed through an after market source.
Hmm, thanks. That definitely sounds like a possibility. I wonder why one is numbered and the other has the stamp, though.
Off the top of my head, Scoreboard had a buyback product in 1996/97 and they stamped ones that were autographed (Left side). The other is most likely offered on TV and as always came with that generic COA by Ken Golden....man watching Don West and others on Shop at Home was a blast back in the late 90s!
Im not going to take it out of my plaque but I am pretty sure I have an OJ McDuffie that has that COA and was once told they were notorious for fakes.

I tried asking OJ if he ever remembered signing them but he never replied.
(06-18-2013 03:12 PM)samiamryan Wrote: [ -> ]Didnt Scoreboard always sell on late night infomercial with Don West yealling. Then Ken Gouldin would yell on the phone....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gESvgBGzWlI

Check out this old SNL parody featuring Will Ferrell. It is a scream!
http://www.hulu.com/watch/65921

It would be cool if there was a master list somewhere on line that detailed all the sports memorabilia that was sold on HSN through the years. It would be helpful to confirm the origination of a lot of this stuff and in addition it would be funny to see how much these items were selling for - LOL.
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