I am unable to see the second image, but I'd say the first one has an 80-90% chance of being authentic. It looks somewhat compressed compared to his Tristar autos, but the general formation of the signature looks just about right.
Zach what is your comments based on?
Are you an expert on Tom Brady signatures?
What certifications do you hold that qualifies you to make the comments you made.
Have you ever met Tom Brady?
Why don't you stipulate that you are offering an opinion and you DO NOT know for sure that Tom Brady did not sign said piece?
hIS TRI sTAR AUTOS ARE STAMPED AND ARE CONSIDERED AUTHENTIC SIGNATURES AND NOT HAND SIGNED
Why exactly are you copying and pasting the same thing on multiple threads? I'm pretty sure the question worked just fine the first time. And they're not actual questions so much as picking a fight. If you have a problem with this guy's comments, explain what they are instead of trolling.
I have owned 15 authentication services including BGS
I am Tom's uncle, he calls me bi-weekly
Okay, well maybe that's not true. At this point, I was fairly new to Brady's auto at that point. It was a poor evaluation. I admit it. Now that I have had over 1 year to research his sig, I can see that it is not authentic. Also, your claim that Tristars are stamped is simply not true
Can't see the second one..
Some elements correct on the first one.. But there is enough there for me to pass on it.
the helmet is authentic