Tim H
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Question about Bill Clinton Signature

Started Apr 30 0 Replies

Hi,  Does anyone have an opinion about whether this 1989 Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton signature on a TLS is an autopen or hand signed.  I have not been able to match it to any of my known Clinton…Continue

Is this Dwight D. Eisenhower autograph genuine?

Started Apr 29 0 Replies

This signature is on a 1960 appointment document.  The signature is only 1 7/8 inches wide.  Seems very small.   Did he ever sign that small?  I thought it might be printed, but it does look like…Continue

George W. Bush Signed Photo

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim H Mar 10. 3 Replies

Does anyone have an educated opinion about whether this George W. Bush photo is hand signed or autopen?  Does it look like the stroke has some speed?  The photo is from 2005 when Pres. Bush spoke to…Continue

 

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Tim H replied to Kyle Tuchay's discussion Authentic John F. Kennedy Signature?
"Hey, I'm pretty sure this is a secretarial signature.  Compare yours to this 1958 secretarial signature from a Kennedy autograph guide book. Tim"
Jun 5
Tim H replied to Tammy's discussion Ronald Reagan
"Yes.  It is autopen #4 on page 54 of Koschal & Wiemer's book Presidents of the United States Autopen Guide.  It was used in 1983 and 1984."
Jun 5
Tim H posted discussions
Apr 30
Tim H replied to Greg's discussion Franklin D. Roosevelt
"Hey, I'm no expert, but I don't see a problem with your FDR signature.  I've been collecting presidential signatures about 6 years.  I know FDR used many secretaries through the years to sign his name, and some secretarial…"
Mar 26
Tim H replied to Mupplvr's discussion Charlton Heston
"Here is a Charlton Heston autograph that was signed for me in person on July 10, 1983 in Chester, SC, when he was filming the CBS miniseries "Chiefs".  You can compare."
Mar 13
Tim H replied to Edward Levin's discussion Did George W. Bush have an autopen machine in Crawford?
"I think this George W. Bush autopen #9 on page 78 of Koschal & Wiemer's book "Presidents of the United States Autopen Guide" printed in 2011."
Mar 10
Tim H replied to Tim H's discussion George W. Bush Signed Photo
"Thanks for your replies.  Yes, it was a White House stamped photo taken by Paul Agnew.  The photos was signed for Ted Pitts, who was a SC House member at the time.  I don't want to sell at this time.  I'd welcome any…"
Mar 10
Edward Siebert replied to Tim H's discussion George W. Bush Signed Photo
"It's not an autopen, and not a pre-print, looks good."
Mar 7
Paulrichards replied to Tim H's discussion George W. Bush Signed Photo
"Look ok to me. White House photographer image with printed inscription"
Mar 7
Tim H posted a discussion

George W. Bush Signed Photo

Does anyone have an educated opinion about whether this George W. Bush photo is hand signed or autopen?  Does it look like the stroke has some speed?  The photo is from 2005 when Pres. Bush spoke to S.C. legislators.  I have not been able to find a matching autopen in my database.  Thanks!See More
Mar 7
Tim H is now a member of Autograph Live
Feb 24

About Me

What kind of member are you? Industry professionals must use their real names and identify themselves as such. (Check as many as apply.)
Collector, Dealer
What brings you to Autograph Live?
I have collected Presidential autographs for more than 5 years. I also buy and sell. I am interested in the forums.
Who can we thank for telling you about Autograph Live?
I foundyour web site on the intenet through searches.
What do you collect, or want to collect?
History/Politics
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
I have at least one autograph of each U.S. President. I have learned a lot about autopen, secretarial, printed, and stamped signatures over the years. I have created a Presidential autopen database from books and internet sources.
What is your level of expertise?
Intermediate Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
My favorite is a James Buchanan pardon of a former slave, Emmanuel Mason. Mason's wife was still a slave, so their children were slaves. Mason was charged with harboring a slave when authorities came to get his son to deliver to the master. The boy ran away, and Emmanuel could not produce him. This story made the newspapers and created an uproar from citizens who opposed slavery.
Why do you collect?
I prefer signed documents and letters that have stories behind them. I enjoy researching the stories and putting them into historical context. I learn history "inside out."
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
George Washington

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