Just came across this one with a price tag of $25,000 or make an offer. Sold as is no returns. I'm thinking it's a bit off? Opinions?

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This was once sold at Sotheby's Auction house -- so I think it could be legit.  Current seller has all authentic items on his page. 

Price is very high though and hard to find one's to compare (as did they ever sign children's drawings before?)

there fine in my opinion

I get concerned when the autographs are the same color as the paper. It makes me wonder if the piece is original or a copy.

Agreed. On one hand they look like ink, but the color suggests pencil as the drawing, but then some appear faded which pencil does not...

Looks like the sigs are ok to me also.
I think the signatures lack the flow of an on the spot autograph signing. They seem carefully done. The seller told me her father was a VP at EMI and he purchased them from Sotheby's New York in the early 90's. Still I'm not convinced.
Sotheby's made a lot of mistakes in the early '90s. This is a piece that needs to be seen in person.

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