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James Stewart Autographs: Which are Genuine, Autopens or Forgeries?

Isn't this an Autopen signature?

 

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I have to say the first one does not look good to me, but I am but a mear novice when it comes to Mr. Stewart. The second one is close. Look at some of my Stewart's in my pictures.

Well, AW says they were both signed in person, that would explain the messiness of the first one. They do not provide any details though

I can't really give an opinion on the first one. It does, and some letters especially, do have, a certain feel which is close to other James Stewart signatures, but I couldn't say. The second one does look authentic in my opinion.

Picked this up on ebay recently. Looks solid to me, but I am open to thoughts from others. :-)

What movie is this from?

Looks good to me, but I haven't got a certificate that says I'm an expert. :-)
I believe the movie is "The Far Country."

The Far Country is right. One of the Mann Westerns. Not a classic, but a pretty good film. James Stewart plays a very indifferent, stubborn guy in that one. As for the autograph, the "James" looks pretty good, I think. And the t's in Stewart. But I don't know. Some autographs shout authentic, this one doesn't shout, to me at least.

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