Any opinion on this one?

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Both forgeries IMO.

It was recived thru mail, so eithet its real or secreterial.

They are not secretarials I have seen.

Here is Richard Burton in 1970.

There are indications that the OP is by one hand.

This is a tough call on the Taylor. There are a couple of atypical aspects to her signature in the OP. With that said, it has a decent chance of being a rushed signature. The personalization adds credibility to it. I give it a 70% chance of passing a TPA.

The Burton seems like it's too neat for what I would suspect. If he signed this it was in a very calm circumstance. I personally don't know Burton enough to say so.

Odd. One very rushed and the other very calm.

Hi Joe, look at the two "u"'s in the Burton's, the angles of both "t"'s and the trail off backstroke after the "n"'s. Also where is her "r" to be seen?

I meant to include this RR Auction signature study on Liz. It has a nice example of her "Burton" signature. I don't like Taylor being on the same plain as her first name in the OP. I question it but cannot rule it out.

https://d9qs7xii78j0x.cloudfront.net/content/pdf/Autograph_Magazine...

That is the example at thecead which caused me to ask "where is her "r""? And the "l" is looking like her "T" in the first name - haven't seen that... also, I meant compare the "ur" connection in her "Burton" with the "u" in his. Good observation re plane.

It wery well could have been a secretary, it was recived by mail from their home in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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