I am pretty certain my family bought this at an elementary school auction in the late 1980s (or possibly very early 90s.) from where I went to elementary school. Wondering if the MJ autograph is real or fake?
Why would such an auction item be offered if it didn't have a real signature, but then again did I do the signature as a kid, myself?
I took it, years back, to a baseball card / memorabilia / picture framing shop in Los Angeles' valley run by a family friend ... and he didn't authenticate it, but I don't know what method / place he used to outsource and I don't know if just because one place doesn't authenticate it, it is a sign that it is definitely fake?
posted the picture and description here:
Thanks Steve for running this site and accepting my image! and to all those who respond.
This is not authentic, Im sorry
Thank you for the response.
Welcome here. I hate to say it but that MJ isn't real in my opinion. Most companies that supply entertainment autographs to charity auctions supply forgeries.
I wish I had better news.
That's so kind you took your time to take a look at the photo / sig, Steve. (Esp. given all you must have to moderate and monitor on your site.) Best to you.