Not signed by Elvis. Looks like a bodyguard maybe Lamar Fike attempt. Well known style. Sorry to say Susanne.
Not by the hand of Elvis.
Elvis is not my area and therefore I thank you for your opinion, which is clear. Thanks Michael, Karsten and Mark.
is everyone sure on this ? As to me it seems a good Elvis.
I am sure. Not signed by Elvis.
known forgery style. I would not touch an army era Euro signed piece by Elvis unless there was 100% absolute proof. There are probably thousands of fakes on these items out there.
Just to be clear & without hesitation
Bad Bad Bad
I just saw that this autograph sold for around 550 EUR on "ebay Kleinanzeigen"...
In my opinion it was not signed by Lamar Fike. His Elvis autographs are not as curvy and elegant than this one. I will upload a Markus Brandes certified Lamar later...
At very first glance, I have to admit, I thought of it as real - like Beatleworld.
But the first "l" and the "P" made me suspicious, too.
why is it that so many people dislike autographs from Elvis' Army stint? He wrote autographs practically every day in front of his house! There are also hundreds, maybe thousands good ones out there! Yes, there may be also many Bakker fakes (by the way: are there any proven ones here - see other parallel discussions without answers/proof), but I still feel very comfortable owning several authentic 1958-1960 autographs in addition to US ones before and after...
Very curious about your opinions!
Markus from Germany