I think, for the most part, he consigns for others. It's likely good.
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Looks good to me.
Both of them?
Search that seller in here and use your best judgement. There is plenty of information about them.
Thanks, Rick. I’m actually already familiar with the seller and have purchased from them before.
I guess I will throw my two cents in on this. I have purchased from this seller a number of times. With that said, I do not take for granted that every TPA certified autograph they sell is genuine. This seller goes by eBay rules and uses eBay's authorized TPA services. I have no problem with that. They are playing the game within the rules. The seller does not pretend to be an autograph expert.
As for this piece, I question it as it seems a bit too good to be true. This bothers me. Could all those signatures be authentic? Yes, it's possible. Personally, I have serious doubts. That's my take, for what it's worth.
Thanks, Joe. Those are good points. I agree that even if one isn’t familiar with the signatures, the piece itself seems too good to be true.
It ends later today, and is currently up to $510. Any other opinions? Have you ever seen a "The Graduate" Soundtrack LP signed by Simon and Garfunkel and the actors who portray the three main characters? What would a real one be worth?
It may only be $510 now but you know as well as I do that a minute or two before the bidding ends it will go thru the roof.
Yes, Joseph. That’s what I’m expecting as well.