Print or Real signature on Diploma - Ronald Reagan 1967-75

Hi, I was just wondering what your thoughts are on a diploma like this, is the two top signatures just a print or is it the real deal?

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In my opinion, autopen or preprinted autopen

Thanks, figured so much :(
I´ll post some more pictures just for fun, if there is any doubt or if it makes it even more obvious it’s a autopen/preprinted autopen then let me know
At least its look like its applied with a different color then the text and Josefs signature looks to be “real” (autopen or signature) and not preprinted, the paper has an very high texture so can account for some of the shaky handwriting


Peperoni, here is a document signed by Reagan as governor. You can see a difference in flow.

1972 newspaper clip "Consul Sten Ericson receives the Order of Maritime Merit from SF Fort Commission Consul and Mrs. Sten Ericson are ending their assignment here

The Swedish Colony, as well as numerous other friends to Consul and Mrs. Sten Ericson, have been saying farewell to the Eticsons in a number of dinners, luncheons and parties lately. The popular couple has been reassigned and will leave San Francisco on April 3rd for his new assignment at the Consulate General in Chicago.. Ericson has been Acting Consul General here since October of last year . During their stay here the couple has endeared themselves to the Swedish community and they are well liked in other cricles as well. It is with sadness we bid them farewell, but have hope of seeing them once in a while yet, After all, it is not too far to

Chicago. An airplane makes it in little more that three hours. Acting Consul General Ericson received the Order of Maritime Merit from S.F. Port Commisibn at a dinner on March 18th. He received it “for outstanding contribution to the advancement of commerce and ocean trade” between Sweden and the P>ay Area. Ericson was presented with a gold-plated medal and a certificate, signed by Governor Reagan, Mayor Alioto and Port Commission President Cyril Magnin. The presentation was made by Don De Lone, Trade Promotion Manager for the Port of San Francisco. The Order was established in 1967 and among recipients are Prince Bertil and Consul General CarlHenrik Petersen."



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