But, he has sold 1.8 billion autographs...can't you read that wonderful COA where it states he is NEVER wrong?
What good is a COA without either an image of the autograph on it, or an ID number that matches one on the item? What keeps the dealer from rejecting the item if it's returned, claiming it's not the same one? This COA doesn't say it requires a receipt.
It's particularly important in this case, because all says is "James Stewart — 8x10 Black and White Photo."
This appears to be a autopen signature....
Roger, has Pieces of the Past ever resolved the fake John Wayne autograph they sold you? It's been 7 months since your last post on it.
Definately not an Autopen.
This exemplar appears to be authentic to me.
Or should I say.... total fake. I'll give you $5 for it for my files. ;-)
The signature on the picture is not an Autopen.
It appears to be a Secretarial Signature.
I have many in-person signatures of Mr. Stewart I aquired myself
and it does not match any of them.
Bob - do you have any further info regarding Stewart secretarial? Most collectors and dealers believe he was responding authentically TTM until he started using an Autopen. Do we have another Heston scenario here?