Not long ago Herman Darvick offered a $1,000 cash reward to anyone who could prove that he forged autographs.  Stephen Koschal of Colorado Springs claimed the reward and stated he would donate the $1,000 to the Wounded Warrior Program or a popular Jewish Program that would help feed the poor in Israel.

Stephen Koschal posted on this site unquestionable proof that Herman Darvick forged autographs.  Illustrated were autographs that Herman Darvick forged of Presidents of the United States in front of two major well known autograph dealers.  At that time all only three presidents of the United States was absolutely known that Darvick forged.  Darvick was put under much pressure to admit he forged the autographs and sent an email to Stephen Koschal clearly stating that he did so in front of Stephen Koschal and then admitted in the same email that he forged others as well, listing the additional presidential signatures. After several years it is obvious Darvick forgot about that email.

Darvick is the individual who sold in his auctions a few items signed by Shoeless Joe Jackson, one of the rarest signatures in baseball. Darvick seemed to have an unlimited supply.  On a very popular sports website (Hauls of Shame) those Jackson signatures are deemed forgeries.  There were so many problems of Darvick selling forgeries in his auctions that Herman Darvick has put in print that he no longer honors his Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity.

Darvick has gone into hiding since the $1,000 reward has been claimed.  Darvick has been proven to be a forger of autographs and now once again he has been proven to be a liar.

More on Darvick forgeries and his handwriting to be posted at a later date.

The Wounded Warriors Project or the Poor in Israel have now been harmed by Herman Darvick's lies and deceit.

 

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  • All lies by Koschal.  He's entitled to his own opinions, but he is not entitled to his own facts.

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