I have been collecting Star Wars autographs since 1998. Not all of my signatures are on Star Wars memorabilia. For example, when I met Warwick Davis at a comic convention in New York City, I had him sign a Willow photograph. I also have publicity photos of Sir Alec Guinness and Christopher Lee from the 1970s, and a Natalie Portman signed The Diary of Anne Frank theater poster from her performance on Broadway back in 1998. My current wish list includes Peter Cushing, Terence Stamp and John Williams. I am interested in knowing about the collections and wish lists of other members.
I have also been intending to post an image of these autographs for quite some time now. Eric was able to add Felicity Jones, Riz Ahmed and Diego Luna to the photo, in that order, back in 2016. It was not an easy task. I am considering adding Alan Tudyk, Jiang Wen and Donnie Yen to the piece as well. Any thoughts on this consideration would be most welcome.
I love posting images with my iPhone. It’s so easy!
I was telling another member about this Frank Oz autograph yesterday. As many of you may know, ever since Frank Oz discovered that IP autograph dealers were removing his personalized inscriptions, he has become much more difficult to obtain. I therefore offer him proof that he should reconsider signing autographs for his many fans.
Amazing Collection! :)
Thanks, Scarlett. I worked on those particular pieces for four years.
I have my concerns. Let’s wait and see if Pete and Mike T reply as well.
I agree which is why I asked. I have some good exemplars although this one doesn't match up well with what I have on file.
Hello to all.
I have just joined this amazing site, I have been a collector of Star Wars vintage real parts props & items for some time now, I obtained 2x Alec Guinness signatures from an UK auction house, the items came with a COA but I have always wondered if they were legit signatures.
I would be interested to hear the views of Alec Guinness collectors & any experts, thanks in advance.
I’d say good. The brown paper one an early example possibly 70’s. The white 90’s
Hi Greig thank you for the info, regards Ian
Both Alec Guinness autographs look pretty typical to me.