I alluded to this in my last discussion, but when did "Matte finish" start to mean "Glossy finish"?When I order a matte finish, I don't expect (nor order) what would be considered "semi-glossy" if I…Continue
Is it the picture's ink, paper, or a combination of both?I usually get my pictures printed Glossy at Walgreens & have no problems.Today I got a picture back that was printed matte at Walmart (I'd…Continue
"I don't know his signature or signing habits, but what strikes me is this: it might be real because a secretary probably would sign in a cleaner way. He's quite old now and that looks like writing from someone of his age..."
"Which reminds me. On the first GW Bush book, you were able to write into an address, just supply postage and they would send you a signed bookplate for free. I did, and affixed it to my book. Anyone else have a thought on these?…"
"The first thing that strikes me is the bookplate itself. They are either color copies or high res scans that have been subsequently printed with a laser or inkjet. I am getting a hint from the auction images that they are not that sharp. The…"
"Out of curiosity why would they be allowed to do this. The Clinton once appears to be on the Publishers bookplate. I would think the Publishers or the Presidential Library depending on whose it is would not be pleased to see this. Maybe someone…"
"Exactly. Why would any honest person want one of those? So they can stick it in their Ronald Reagan or Bill Clinton book, and say to themselves, "Wow, I've got a really nice faux-signed presidential book!? Now this is how it would look if…"
"Just when you think you've seen the lowest, something stoops lower. It never ends. He is selling reprints of event tickets as well.
While this seller is disclosing they are reprints, he may as well make the auction title, "Toolkit to…"