• I know Kato recommended only buying signed receipts/cheques due to the abundance of forgeries, but your thoughts please? 

Tags: Bruce, Lee, autograph, signed

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The autograph print in the Kato photo is a good example of what his autograph should look like.  I don’t like the L or how it crosses with the e, or the slant of Lee for that matter which is very inconsistent from legit examples.  BTW, Juliens is not a dealer for Bruce Lee autographs I would have a lot of confidence with.  Many fakes sold previously except for a few that were directly from the Lee family via Superior Galleries in the 90’s.

Hey Peter, thanks for the info. 

I see what you mean about the E and L crossing, though I wasn't sure that was enough to determine not authentic. 

Unfortunately Bruce's signature looks like one that can be well forged with practice.

Hopefully a cheque/receipt comes up in auction someday, my search continues.. 



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