Just bought this one, came with a COA from DPA (decisionpointathenticity) :

 

What do you think  ?

 

http://cgi.ebay.es/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280690189277&...

 

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http://www.queenmuseum.com/index.php?option=com_zoom&Itemid=34&...

There is a site of great collection of genuine Queen autographs from various eras....  On this site you can also find a special topics about Roger´s and Freddie´s signatures through the years. Its great source for judging authenticity of signatures.

Here is another Queen Fan Club item being offer for sale on the bay with COA by Jackie Smith.:(

http://www.ebay.com/itm/QUEEN-FULLY-SIGNED-CHRISTMAS-CARD-FREDDIE-M...

I believe this could very well be authentic

To me these looks perfect. :)

Yep, authentic and very cool, IMHO.


Fan club's COA is not a stigma per se, they eventually released good signed object as well (expecially for Christmas, like this postcard), beside authenticating genuine items sent in by fans for an opinion.

Cheers,

Marco
www.freddieautograph.com

Yes - COA from Fanclub are useless, they means "nothing" = in both meanings. They are released for fake signature but that dont mean that they dont exist for genuine autographs.

Heres a Queen display I have that has a coa from Roger Epperson.
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Such a great item you've got there!

Roger's opinion is a "stigma" of guaranteed originality... :)

Marco
www.freddieautograph.com

Do you know when these index cards have been signed?

IMHO, 1987-1989.

Marco
www.freddieautograph.com

No. I dont know when.Marco would probably know. I have seen his website.

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