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Early 1963 autographs taken from an autograph book. Some cellophane issues but not too bad. Any other thoughts?

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Looks real at first glance -- but the tape stains covering part of the signatures should really affect the price here. I guess our definitions of "not too bad" are very different. 

I'm pretty sure "not too bad" refers to authenticity rather than condition. 

I am not too bothered by tape stain residue. Obviously autographs are infinitely better without these type of distractions but they do add a context to the era they were collected in.  A fan autograph book, with signatures collected in person and secured with cellophane tape.  No thought or concern as to what that cellophane tape would do to the value of those signatures. At the time there was likely not a thought given to future value.  

They all look real to me.

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