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The sports memorabilia industry’s most notorious scheme could become a feature film.
Rich Klein recalls when Tony Gwynn stepped in to help stop autograph forgers–and a baseball card commercial that showed us his sense of humor.
It is important to know the differences in what the two internet giants allow when it comes to the selling of autographed material. And it is essential to understand the similarities.
Years after the Operation Bullpen arrests, questionable authenticators, fake “certificates of authenticity” and forgeries are still widespread.
Forgers and counterfeit memorabilia dealers always try to give collectors what they want even as they try to fool them.
The beautiful Operation Bullpen forgeries that most collectors regard as commercially toxic.
By Kevin Nelson [Editor’s note: This is the second in our series on the notorious Operation Bullpen case.) The most notorious forgery produced by the Operation Bullpen conspiracy was, undoubtedly, the Mother Teresa baseball, supposedly signed by the late Christian missionary who devoted her life to serving the poor. But if the Mother Teresa forgery was […]
Fake autographs produced by the notorious Operation Bullpen conspiracy still plague the collecting hobby years after the FBI brought the ring down. In the first of a 5-part series, author Kevin Nelson recaps the case and begins to reveal some of the photos you’ve probably never seen.
The ongoing supply of fake autograph pieces isn’t going away. Is there no way to find the source of the slimy signatures produced by forgers?
How 2,000 phony autographed baseballs are about to make a big difference for kids baseball around the world.