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The autograph is atypical.  I would be shocked if it passed a TPA.  The “G” in “Good” is where any examination should begin and end.

This Guinness would have been signed in-person on the streets. it is 100% real.

Thanks Pete. Have you ever seen one which looks similar though? I have spent hours going through the internet and not seen another which either has the letters looped in the surname or the 'o's joined like that in 'Good'. 

Thanks Pete. Those examples are exactly how I would expect an Alec Guinness autograph to look, which is still slightly different to the one that I posted. The 'o's in 'Good' are jointed differently in the one that I posted, and the letters in his surname are looped. I can't see those characteristics in any of the ones which you have just posted. 

Hello everyone,

What are your thoughts on this Alec Guinness autograph? (There are other autographs on this card too). 

I have posted further information about them here: https://live.autographmagazine.com/forum/topics/thoughts-on-this-al...

It is from 1952. 

Thanks,

Lewis

Looks typical for the era.

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