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Posted here are signed photos from my “questionable” binder... most dating from the late ‘70s-mid’80s.  Some were TTM requests, others were purchased from various dealers and some or all may be secretarial signatures.  Please help me sort these out, because if not real, there’s no point in hanging on to 40 year old bogus autographs! Not expecting good news on any of these, but will certainly welcome a positive opinion. As always, thank you for looking!

Steve

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On Tony Curtis, here's an older thread claiming that everything he returned TTM was secretarial. 

https://live.autographmagazine.com/forum/topics/tony-curtis-and-his...

Was this was always the case?  I have a TTM personalized from the 90s.  Also found some examples from his 90s autobiography, and art on canvas he drew.  I think yours maybe good, maybe mine too, but I'm not an expert. 

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Thank you for your reply and for the links.  The Tony Curtis I posted was purchased from a dealer - don't recall who or when, but it was not a TTM request by me.  I have compared to others thinking it may be OK, but with all the secretarials out there, I've never been sure about it.

For me, the Rooney is secretarial as is the Novak. I'm leaning to authentic for the Curtis although would be interested as to when it was signed/ received?

Thank you Dan.  The Curtis pic was purchased from some dealer in the late '70s or early '80s.  That's all I know/remember.  I appreciate your comments and input.

This is the Curtis from the 2007 Americana set, there seems to be some similarity to yours. The Rooney looks too neat to be his signature.

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