I have this Jim Morrison Signed 3X5 index card. Its mounted on a matte display. On the back there is a Notarized Certificate of Authenticity from The Morrison Organization, Inc. States this Certificate of authenticity has been deemed authentic as of June 25, 2001 by a notary of the public.

I would like feedback on this piece as to if its authentic or not. Ideally, I want to send to PSA for Authentication but don't want to waste $200 for authentication fees if its "no good".

Any thought and concerns will be appreciated. Thank you very much!

BEN

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agreed

No sale at $999.99, so the price has been dropped to $499.99. An authentic Morrison signature of similar quality would be a steal at twice the original price.   

Unsold....hmm.

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Sold at the opening bid of $499.99.

Too bad for the person who was suckered into it. From $3500 to $1000 to $500. That speaks volumes. If it was authentic, it would have gotten several times that, even with zero certification.

It is indeed unfortunate. Obviously, this person was only concerned about his $200 and determining whether or not it would sell for the value of a genuine Morrison signature.

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