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Overall, it doesn't show strong characteristics of her writing style like other examples do. Also, it has similarities to a forgery style that appears on this LP, and with similar placement. However, it shows more detail than I’ve seen with that forgery style. The formation of the “L” and “E” in the inscription is unusual, although she did sometimes form the “E” in a similar way. The “OP” and “PL” connections also look unusual, as does the height of the “N” relative to the “A”. If it’s real, I think it’s an odd and unusual example.

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