no doubt many good German ones and like I said if you know the background, the person, or trust the seller 100% go for them. But it seems the army era autographs were a hotbed for forgers, one in particular, so unless all the above criteria is met, they are not for me
okay, now I got your point quite well :-) I totally agree with you!
I think this one is also a typical Euro/Army era forgery all done by Hans or now I have heard a new Belgium forger who is flooding the market with Hans type forgeries. There is a great thread about this on the Facebook Elvis autograph group. I am learning myself about these new forgeries which are very very good.
Not real in my opinion.
you think my yellow one is a Bakker fake? Wow! Experience and gut feeling - or any remarkable traits/hints that lead you to this conclusion - if I may ask?
Have a great evening
PS: May I also ask for your opinion about my 1955 Elvis/Scotty/Bill posted in a paralll thread?
I think Steve is right. Well known forgery style. Your yellow one doesn't have the right flow, the right style. It looks a bit shaky overall. IMO that is not Elvis' signature.