They continuously post these, what seem to me to be, clear fakes/forgeries on the auction websites. Anyone actual get anything proven authentic from them?
Bob Marley didn't sign that many things, and he certainly didn't sign drum heads every five seconds and leave them all to High End Memorabilia to sell for a couple hundred bucks! How are the sites (and the feds) ok with this?!?
Agree. The same for their Queen items. Beware!
Every week they have another guitar signed by Coltrane and Davis. For a hundred bucks! Have those two ever signed even one guitar? Total scam company. I'm pretty certain they have been removed from one of the major auction sites, I just forget which one.
I have been collecting memorabilia for many years. I am very wary of bidding on anything from High End Memorabilia. How is it that James Dean signed so many photos in the exact spot, with the exact spacing from the first to the second line, saying exactly the same thing. And why do they go so cheaply? I am happy to find this site because I looked and looked and couldn't find out a thing about them.
I have consigned to memorabilia companies and purchased from memorabilia companies - in each case, auction houses ask for provenance. I sent one book signed by an entire cast of a 1936 production, and the auctioneer referred me to a production and asked if this was the cast list. It wasn't, and I directed him to the right one. Also I was told by a huge auction house that this book had been signed by George Bernard Shaw. The place where I consigned it pointed out to me that this was not a legitimate autograph. I think in fact it wasn't an autograph at all, just a notation that Shaw had written the play. My point is, we went back and forth and both of us had a successful outcome. This is the type of auction house I trust.