Hi! I'm thinking about writing carol alt and brigitte bardot, although I don't like TTM-autographs because you never can be sure. But my gut instinct says me these both women are not to famous and "in the buiseness" they will use secretaries. What are your opinion on carol alt and brigitte bardot ttm autographs? Do know anything about them? Thanks!
Bardot: I have 30+.
Her signature is both very distinctive and very consistent. Earlier are pen, later are sharpie. Look online to familiarize yourself. She used to be a generous signer through her foundation in Paris but I read that she recently stopped. If you are determined it be free, you could try sending a nice internet photo with request and return postage and perhaps a small donation.
However-there are a LOT of authentic out there and at reasonable prices, particularly on eBay France. You can log on and add the ones you like to wish list and then view them on your US eBay.
Its easy to use online translator for basic info and correspondence and € to $ calculations. I have a lot of experience with Bardot and have gotten many excellent smaller newer autographed photos on eBay France for $25-$45 before shipping.
Yes. I know I am responding to a 2019 question. A while back on eBay a flood of Bridget Bardot-signed photos appeared. She has a very distinctive signature. As it turns out, she needed money and was signing 600 items a day which went out to many dealers and sold on eBay. I have one that I recently got certified. The secretary's signature I believe is called the "clubhouse signature." I have discovered that most Tony Curtis signatures out there are "clubhouse" style as well as the neat-looking Britney Spears. Bridget Bardot
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