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Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton signed index cards legitimacy

Hello,

I would really appreciate honest opinions on these indexes signed by Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.

Thank you very much, any insight is greatly appreciated. 

Tags: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton

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That unfortunately does not render them real.

I wasn't saying that. Just curious. I can safely say it's more authentic than the second photo

More authentic? It is a binary proposition.

Indeed. It's not black and white. You can only say with a degree of certainty.

I disagree. One can know.

As an autograph becomes more atypical, the certainty  gets less

Not necessarily. A forger is not likely to produce an atypical autograph.

Just curious. If someone is satisfied that an autograph is authentic, why ask for opinions? If a person is confident in the seller and/or it comes with good documentation I would think that is all a person needs. Just my two cents worth.

That was question for me, for potential buyer, who doesn't know the seller at all, is not experienced on ET or RB signatures and asking about items without reliable TPA authentication, or for the other group member, mikex, who is the seller? 

+1

Emko, Unless you have an early Burton autograph, signed contract or check, the chances of a legible Burton are slim to none. The old school, liked myself opinion about Burton is the same about J.F. Kennedy…..If it is legible…..it is not authentic…Only my opinion.

Here are mine...1949 and 1965...

Richard Burton in The Spy Who Came in from the Cold

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