No from me.
I have seen some crazy versions of his signatures this weekend in celebration of his birthday, so while there are a lot of things wrong with this nothing surprises me any more.
It does look OK to me - but I'm not much of an expert with his 'modern', post-60's signatures.
It is interesting to me the odd density of scratches occur in one of the parts I feel most questionable. YMMV. Happy Fathers Day one and all Dads.
A forgery. A scary forgery as well. This has the potential to trick many collectors. I've seen other examples of this style before. Where are they coming from? Shame that Beckett authenticated it.
A number of examples in this style have been offered by UK auction house Chaucer Covers.
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