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Hello Folks,

I bought this a year or so ago from Phillip Winters of Rutland Autographs.  

Once again, I'd appreciate some opinions on this item.  Also, I thank you for taking the time to possibly help me figure out if this autograph is genuine.

Patrick M. Bratcher (Mike)

Tags: Elizabeth, Taylor

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Hi Mike  -  Not good, I'm afraid.  Never heard of them.  I just looked at the other vintage Hollywood offerings over there for context...bad news.

ALL ITEMS ARE GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC FOR LIFE. IF AT ANY TIME YOU HAVE REASON TO DOUBT THAT AN ITEM IS NOT GENUINE, PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO SPEAK TO ME FIRST. IF YOU WISH TO RETURN YOUR ITEM BECAUSE YOU FEEL THAT IT IS NOT GENUINE PLEASE DO SO WITHIN 30 DAYS, YOU MUST PROVIDE THE WRITTEN OPINIONS OF TWO RECOGNIZED AUTOGRAPH DEALERS. UPON THAT INFORMATION I WILL OFFER A FULL REFUND OF THE ORIGINAL INVOICE PRICE. ANY ITEMS RETURNED AFTER 30 DAYS WILL RECEIVE A CREDIT NOTE FOR THE INVOICE TOTAL.

These terms say a lot. Nothing particularly good. All that is missing is a restocking fee.

Not authentic. Here is a link to RR Auctions archives for comparison:

Elizabeth Taylor

Here is a good example of her signature:

Mike -  I just saw that you messaged me earlier.  I replied to your message.

That Taylor is not genuine   The dealer used to be quite well thought of a while ago but I dont know why he is selling items like this

Hi Michelle.  I'm Mike.  We'll be having a bit of a chat, the ol' boy and meself, we will.  Thanks for sharing!  It means much to me, you know.

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