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Just wondering if I could get opinions on this signed Beatles LP. I think I already know the answer but other opinions would help 

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The autographs look real but you need better photos. This is a blurry, highly degraded JPG. Images like this are almost always hiding fraud of some sort.  

Hey Steve, I know where this album is coming from and the pictures are clearer there. I put some close ups at a slightly higher resolution in my comment. I agree with your comments but would love to hear what you think with the clearer pictures!

Luke,

From your photos these look like low-quality laser ink transfer signatures. Done right, they’re very hard to tell. 

Huh, would you be able to provide some more info and examples regarding these? I’ve never heard of them before!

THere's also a timing issue. These autographs look too early for 1965. If this signed album is real, BTW, it would be worth well over $100K.

I saw this too. I didn’t like it. Too many inconsistencies with the time frame for me to get it. I also don’t like the way they’re smudged, almost makes me wonder if they’re stamped. They look like they COULD be authentic sigs but certainly don’t match any 1965 exemplars I’ve seen, they look much earlier. Here are two additional photos for everyone else to take a look at. 

No way

Definitely fake, but the original signatures are authentic.

I knew you'd have them!

Ha ha. It’s odd that they used this set because it clearly says in the description that they’re from 1963. The originals were sold by Recordmecca.

Excellent, Ballroom.

The signatures do indeed look hokey, whatever counterfeit method they used. 

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