Looking to confirm or deny my concerns with these signatures on this Three's Company cast-signed photo.
To me, all three appear to be in the same hand and atypical versus likely authentic examples I have found. Appreciate you sharing your opinions. Thank you.
In my humble opinion, not real.
Thank you, David. As I noted, this looked off to me for several reasons but I appreciate you taking the time to share your experience and opinions. I purchased these items more than twenty years ago and wish this forum existed back then. However, I am sure my children will appreciate knowing what they have when items are passed on to them. I appreciate you.
beardog1, I did check my exemplar library and my in person library against your autographs. The chances that all 3 autographs we're signed in person at the same angle…..not….I am in the process of 3rd party authenticating my 40+ year old collection in case I am not around for my daughter. I also have her 3rd party autographs herself for future sales in case I am not around, so she knows what to do.. Educate your family, just in case.
Hi again, David. Thank you for the additional information and direction as I pursue a similar path. This forum has been tremendous to help me filter out the bad from the good. I also like your idea of pursuing TPAs and continuing to document and share with the family so they can make informed decisions if I am not around.
I heard someone define "experience" as "that which is acquired just AFTER it is needed". I wish I had access to this forum twenty year ago but I appreciate being able to learn from members on this forum everyday. Thank you for your help.
beardog1, I feel your pain, 20 - 40 years ago the net would have been handy while making split second decisions amongst 30 buyers pawing threw hundred's if not thousand's of album pages and 3x5 , 4x6 cards……not to mention signed photos at the LA shows.
I’m a John Ritter collector... and in my experienced opinion your Ritter is not authentic.
Thank you Doctor Loomis. I am very much an amateur collector with a very general collection. As an amateur, I felt this was likely not authentic. However, I admire members on this forum who have developed expertise in specific areas or specific individuals and truly value their opinions. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.
I agree, sadly not authentic
Thank you as always Dan. Although I prefer good news, it helps me let go and move on when I get definitive opinions on items that are not authentic.