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Hi everyone! Just some days ago I received a Ringo signed poster what received pretty bad feedback in some forums I showed. Indeed, there were clear signs that there was something wrong in the natural way of writing.Specially with the "g" of Ringo and the "L" from Love. I attached pictures of the analysis that was already made

I ask for your help now as the supplier has provided me with these 3 other examples and while they don't show the specific bad signs I found in the previous ones, I'm definitely not an expert on Ringo Starr autograph. I've numbered them 1 to 3 so you are easily able to tell what you think of each of them.

I thank you all in advance for your sincerity.

Tags: Beatles, Ringo, Starr

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All 3 from Gary Astridge....Ringo's drum historian who takes care of his vintage drums. Ringo signed a number of these posters that show his drums from his 1960 Premier drum kit to his 1967 Ludwig maple "Hollywood" kit that he used during "Let It Be" and "Abbey Road". The money from the sale of these posters goes to Ringo's charity, the "Lotus" foundation. The posters are signed by Ringo and Gary Astridge. I have one myself.

Yes, they are coming from Gary, who himself is 100% legit, but as the poster are sent to him seems there's at least a small batch that looks strange (as photo analysis shows). What do you think about these 3? Would be great if you could post your poster to have more comparison available. Thanks Jim!

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