I have an item I bought at an estate sale. I bought it for $10 and it's signed by Sir George Martin The Beatles producer. I'm pretty sure it is authentically signed by him. My question for all of you is if it is worth more in its current state, would it be worth getting restored if you think it's possible to get restored or would it be more valuable if I cut the autographs from the item?

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Leave it as it is. 

What's your opinion on the signature does it look authentic to you? Also any idea what kind of a value something like this might have?

Yeah, it looks good to me. I don't know the value. Maybe 50 bucks?

I deal in art work all the time don't resto it. first becuase its a pen sig it might  destroyed in restro, second not worth the few hundred it would coat ,yes it would be 2 to 300 to restore it

leave it alone. 

u can flatten it out ueseld or put a piced of blue panters tape behind the holes if u want it will look better that way or the same color bule behind wh u frame so the holes don't show but it does give it character

It's fine ..leave it as is. Frame it using UV glass...

The autograph is authentic and beautiful. Leave the item as it is. Don't touch it. Frame it behind a UV glass or keep it in a dark place.

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