It's not one I would want.
Not authentic IMO
More worthless crap.
I kicked Autograph Central out as an advertiser in Autograph Collector Magazine for selling forgeries right after I took over as publisher in 2004.
A couple of months later I kicked out Heroes and Legends, owned by Myron Ross for the same reason.
Same forger for sure. I never thought I’d see a SoCal forgery shown as an excellent example of a Ringo Starr signature. They’ve authenticated so many real ones.
Yes, that's upsetting.
Same hand like in the original post. By the way, the shape of the R reminds me of the fake one that I bought on the Ringo cd booklet, but it's not the same forger.
Yes, this style has been around for much longer.
I love the fact the "Ringo 2012" came out in Jan.2012...and yet...Ringo stopped signing in October 2008...4 years earlier...a "Red Flag" maybe??? LOL
Very true. They threw a star in there too.
That's right...no Star by then!!!