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This item is up for sale at RR.  It doesn't look remotely right to me.  It supposedly has a COA from Tracks, but the signature and backstory seem all wrong.  The individual who got the autograph pulled into the same gas station as Jimi Hendrix, and asked him for an autograph.  So, either he or Jimi just happened to have a record release photo handy for the occasion.  Then, like all good autograph hunters, he signs his own name on the photo.  So, what do you think?

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Woooooow...!!! :( 

Clearly one of the two is a copy of the other. I mean, a copy of a fake? ("Excuse me, what...?"). Regrettable.

But the first on rr auction is more correct...

Here’s another one for comparison:

Better pass... 

Thi is is hard... hard to say real or fake... i want something more... this is an easy signature on white paper without story, date, dedication... without other signatures of Mitch or Noel... hard say real or fake... for me is more real...

Yeah, I would say it's 75% real roughly. The calligraphy is close, except for the inconveniences I said above and that you've said, it could be real. But I have doubts though.

Its been kicking around for a long time from auction to auction it was on e bay about 5 years ago for around $1200 a lot of people passed on it because they thought it was fake and it sold for around $800 ,who knows might be real its difficult to tell these days   

Which one are you referring to, Rogers?

sorry my reply hasnt come through under the picture as i thought it would its the folded napkin with the scalloped edge 

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