Anyone out there familiar with the signatures of these two groups of WW2 heroes? Not sure how BOTH of these groups got to be on the same cover? Was there some sort of reunion? Something like this…Continue
This seems to compare well with all the other later signed publicity photos of Tyrone Power, yet these all appear to be quite different to those from earlier in his career. Did his signature change,…Continue
"Ok, a little off topic, but this signed Gary Lockwood 8x10 is also from the same seller, and I'm just wondering if it could be authentic as well? This type of signature seems pretty straightforward and easy to fake, which is why I'm really…"
"Good to know...thanks Jason! I never thought of it that way, but there are quite a number out there like that from what I've seen. I'm just glad mine is genuine and all we have to still do is keep on the lookout for those…"
"Recently purchased this signed 'In The Arena' signed autobiography (of which there appears to be multitudes on eBay) and they all appear to be in this similar style, done with the blue marker. I'm pretty sure they've all been…"
"I missed out on those last two I posted, but this one looks pretty good to me, and I just wanted to double check with you Pete before I pulled the trigger! ;)
It's just that the "ca" in Ricardo looks off, but perhaps that's just…"
"Definitely. If the signatures are written, not auto-pen, stamps, or pre-printed, I would have no concerns about authenticity. First off, anyone who could forge 20 different signatures on one piece and no two bear any similar tendencies would be…"
"Thanks Woody for your reply! The cover is being sold as genuine hand signed signatures, so one would have to assume it would be pretty easy to tell they were not pre-prints or stamps, once held in hand. The fact that some are written over top of…"
"A blank as far as the signors go, but heroes just the same, each and every one of them. Each signature is obviously unique, and not the handiwork of a multiple forger, no two that I can note seem to be by the same hand,…"
This seems to compare well with all the other later signed publicity photos of Tyrone Power, yet these all appear to be quite different to those from earlier in his career. Did his signature change, or are these later ones perhaps secretarial? Thanks!
I talked with both Eric and Pete Chuka. Seems Eric bought some autographs from another IP grapher and one of the Fords turned out to be a fake. As soon as he was notified, Eric took it out of his eBay store. To me, it is now a non-issue. I will continue to use Eric in the future.