Do you think that these are genuine ? It was very rare to have a fully signed Zeppelin LP at one time but now they seem to be turning up quite regularly almost common now.

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The Led Zep II looks naturally signed on the album to me. Authenticity on this one is so close to me that it's beyond my paygrade.

Keep in mind that there are forgers who are so good even top experts miss them. They tend to find them when an irregularity appears numerous times that was rarely seen before. 

and if real there eastimate is way low

If think the final price could be 10.000 or 12.000 pound without fees.. 

both lps came from the same consignor in Manchester.  Led Zep 11 sold for less than the other one which sold for £13,000 without commiission.  Led Zeo 11 sold for £12,000 without commission

Adding 23.34% + VAT (28% ), or more than 50% in fees, plus you will get hit with shipping and other incidental fees. I'd wait for one to show up in the U.S.

another thing to bear in mind when buying from omega is that they will only accept returns should an item turn out to be non authentic 2 weeks FROM the date of the sale, - they are very strict about this

If that’s true with two weeks then people on here need to know that in Omega’s same auction there is a stones set that have been okayed by Roger Epperson he as stated that they have been signed by the stones apart from Keith which he says as been done by Bill.

This is totally inaccurate they have all been done by the stones fan club secretary’s not in the hand of the Rolling Stones it might save somebody from shelling out money on a dud.

I think Roger has to buy a nice new pair of glasses.



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