I bought this Johnny Cash signed program dated 1962. Inside are a picture of a band with signatures, plus a card signed by Marty Robbins. The program was signed for a mentally retarded boy. His uncle was a popular Disc Jockey in Fresno, California, who used to collect autographs for his nephew. Are the signatures real? If so, how much are they worth? Thank you in advance for your help.

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In my opinion, the Johnny Cash is a perfect example of his vintage signature. 
Thanks for your encouragement! What kind of a value does something like this have? Where can I sell it?
I have seen authentic JC material bring appropriate prices on ebay.  Otherwise, R&R or contact Bill Miller at johnnycash.com

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