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I have a book that was a gift many years ago. I just did some research and believe the signature is most likely fake. What can I do with this book?
Share some photos with us.
How about reading it :).
Good one, Richard. It has been read a few times already :)
please post pics...
I know nothing about what a authentic Jerry Lewis autograph looks like...but since it is a book and not a ball or a bat just keep it on your book shelf..
If it was a photo I'd shred it. A ball I'd toss it in the yard. A book is tougher.
Either mark in pen next to the signature "not authentic" or put some sort of sticker over it. The concern is you forget about it, it gets donated or whatever and then the next owner down the line has to deal with it.
Zipper makes a good point...
I was thinking of ripping out the first page and shredding it, then donating the book since the missing page would diminish the book's value.Just out of curiosity, what would one do with an inauthentically autographed ball or bat (or other item)?
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