I just wanted to add a little more information to my original question. The autographs came glued in a Son Of Frankenstein book I won in an auction. I’ll add a better picture of how they are in there, the Karloff is at the front and the Basil at the back. I have a few days to return it if the signatures don’t turn out to be real. The combination of the book value and one real signature would make it worth keeping but if both signatures turn out to be wrong it might be time to send it back. Any opinions would really be appreciated and I’m here to learn as well so I’d love to hear what determined your opinion either way. Thanks for any help
Uncle Forry! I met him about 30+ years ago - he let me try on Lugosi's Dracula ring! :) I'm by no means a Karloff expert - just some of it seems oddly formed. I would ask Tom Kramer and Dr. Gary Brucato.