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These photos were obtained via through the mail requests sometime in the late '70s/early '80s.

Are these good - or secretarial signatures?

Thanks for looking and for your opinions!

Steve

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Hi friends.... keep or toss?  Can anyone help me?  Thank you!

in my humble opinion…I would hold on to this one

In the 90’s, I sent a photo to be signed by O’Connor.  After a year went by, I never thought I would receive it back.  Then out of the blue it showed up, but was on a nice color photo of him smoking a cigar walking in his backyard, I had sent him a All in the Family photo.  He passed away the day after I received the signed photo back.  I think it is good.

The inscription and signature of your posting are sound. I sent Shelly Winters a multi signed photo from "Poseidon Adventure" that took about a year to come back…it was good…..Some were quick and some were  slow thru the mail. As an example I collected about 20 examples of Kevin Sorbo autographs before I ever met him at the Ray Courts Collector Show in LA.. I put about 15 of his autographs  in front of him signed on 3x5 and 4x6  card stock and at least 1 8x10 photo signed with Lucy Lawless….he saw nothing that looked bad. Back in the day some were real and some were secretarial.

I did a ton of through-the-mail requests in the late '70s/early '80s and have held on to most of the photos to this day, but I realize that some may be no good and I sincerely appreciate your - and everyone else on these forums that are taking the time to help me sort them out.  Cool that you were able to ask Kevin to authenticate his autographs - can't do better than that!!

Hi Steve and David.... thank you so much for taking the time to look at these photos and share your opinions... good news for me if you think they're OK!!!

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