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Baseguru, In my humble opinion your 2 examples were signed by a secretary…..A very good secretary who used a lot of Bing's signing characteristics.

Thanks for the thoughts David.  I'm having a tough time with this one.  Many of the secretarial signings just don't look like this.  If it is secretarial, it's a good one.

Hoping some others will chime in.

Any other input?  Thanks!

How about my 2 Bings - thoughts?

Mupplvr, I have nothing to say about you first example, other than I would not buy that for my collection, signed with a crayon??. Your second pink page example from what I can see looks like old ink on old paper on ALL writing. I like the descending B to g in Bing and the C dropping down to the r in Crosby….In my humble opinion …..real.

The first one is a very old album page, written with a brownish color fountain pen ink, not a crayon

Mupplvr, Your first example is trying to look like a war date and later Crosby….for fountain pen it looks flat and lifeless as opposed to this earlier pre war fountain pen example. In my humble opinion.

I think I may send this one to PSA unless someone else has an opinion or thoughts on a better place to send it in to get authenticated.

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