Any chance this is the real deal? Thank you.
It doesn't matter what board members think. It does matter what authenticators think. There are so many fake autographs in the sports field that anything in doubt should be considered fake unless proven otherwise. The fact that the signatures on this card are signed in gold that matches the ink on the cards leads me to believe it was a part of some promotion. What was the promotion? How were these distributed? Are they actual signatures, secretary signatures, autopen, or just printed on the cards? The fact that it is in a fancy holder should be ignored as any card could have been put into that holder.
Thank you 291fifth. I have a collectors club membership. Sometimes I can't wait to hear opinions. I trust PSA and this forum even if it is just opinions. This will be sent in. Unless someone here points out it is a complete fake. The card itself is a Upper Deck UDA jumbo blow-up. With the standard UDA hologram and numbering like the other blow-ups #1919/2500.