Very helpful, Seamus. If what you say is true, I'm surprised that you're catching this and the "pros" aren't. Thank you.
I feel like this should be getting more attention. People think that Beckett is the top authentication company, yet I know I've seen a few Roger Waters pieces that were clearly not legitimate.
I think people - collectors and dealers alike - like the "clean slate" that Beckett supposedly has after PSA and JSA started getting a bit more rotten. That doesn't free them from the inherent issues that just about any TPA that authenticates everything under the sun is going to have.
Seamus..hes 3 examples here above are def. fake...are you sure the DSOM album is also fake on top? What do u think of these two albums i bought 2 years ago from a RAAC member...I thought they were real..but I am asking once again..you seem to know waters better than me...even though ice gotten him in person a number of times..see my images for opinion both were sgiend same time
wow..thnanks.I dont like the pen color on Animals..but...being real makes the color much nicer lol...The LAST mname is all wrong on the DSOM you posted from Becket..but the Roger seems real..were you only able to tell its no good from the last name--or can you see anything wrong in the way the Roger is written on the DSOM? Curious . BTW-ALL my other waters were obtained in person...
I would not know what pen color would result in better contrast on Animals. I have seen this color before on this LP. I like it very much.
I I had a chice..a gold paint pen followed by a silver paint if I didnt have gold on me...would do wonders on an Animals...that would be my choice..as blue or blac ksharpie if placed in a dark area isnot appealing.
That did not register as blue Sharpie - it appears as some flat finish paint pen. I would not use blue Sharpie either.