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Yes seems like he just kept using same marker instead of changing as the numbers started climbing , Still a very nice poster 


I’m an average Joe collector. My humble opinion is that I have seen some slightly better, but it is an authentic Robert Plant signature and a fine addition to a collection. Plant will go down in history as one of the most iconic rock vocalists. Unlike a record or photo, the circumstances of the signature also reflect both his talent as a music artist and his personal concern and commitment to a cause that will benefit others. The value should increase greatly over time.       

I totally agree. Thanks.

if anyone got a spare they like to sell hit me up

I've got Plant 86/100 and it turned out quite good. Obviously unfortunately he hasn't used a brand new Sharpie on them (even on 1/100), but still a decent result and a lovely poster! Also got 10/10 of Depeche Mode + waiting for Eddie Vedder one. Certainly a stellar deal and to support an extremely important charity.

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Here is Depeche Mode one , limited just to 10 (!!) and signed by Dave Gahan and Martin Gore:

These look great. Did you all receive tracking/shipping notification before they arrived? Waiting on my Eddie...

I did for my Cure one. The transaction was via Musicglue and as I had an account with them already when the order was ready it showed as shipped and a tracking link added on the account and also sent via email.

Looks like Eddie signed on the guitar with a light-colored marker. 

Wished he had signed on his hand 

Wanted to show everyone this ! Now and again you get something special in life and this is one of them! Really nicely packaged with tissue inside the tube also ! 



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