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Marilyn Monroe Autographs

Discussion and study, as well collections of real autographs, different kinds of secretarials and signings which fit neither category.

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Atypical Marilyn Monroe ?

Started by goodcat. Last reply by Pauline Berry Sep 9. 3 Replies

Can't say I've a MM like thisIs it real?Even if it is, I don't think I'd pay much for itContinue

MM secretarial question

Started by goodcat. Last reply by goodcat Apr 18. 3 Replies

When is the earliest know MM secretarial? When did she start using a secretary?Was it possibly as early as the late 40's or early 50'sThis may help to identify some questionable itemContinue

Possibly unique MM item posted earlier today

Started by a pug called eva Dec 24, 2017. 0 Replies

Just in case you missed this, here is something I posted earlier today under "Authenticity Opinions". If you want to reply maybe it would be best to do it there - I think more people will see it.…Continue

Marilyn Monroe "Love Happy" autograph

Started by Ashley L.. Last reply by Pauline Berry Jun 7, 2017. 3 Replies

Hello! I was hoping for opinions in regard to this Marilyn signed photo. The signature says "Love & Kisses, Marilyn Monroe". It looks to be written in pen that is a bit faded.About a year ago I…Continue

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Comment by Elaine on September 21, 2015 at 1:05pm
Hi all, I'm a huge MM fan. I'm looking to get something signed by her and came across this. Any advise?? Fake or real?

http://www.amazon.com/Marilyn-Monroe-Arthur-Miller-Autographs/dp/B0...
Comment by Pauline Berry on August 31, 2013 at 9:32pm

Please feel free to ask any questions and share opinions on here. I myself, learn new things often about Monroe's signings, often the truth is contrary to rumour.

I love to sort out truth from fiction and have a calling to prevent people selling and buying fraudulent signatures. I also find the secretarials an interesting aspect in themselves.

I am not a newbie on Monroe's signature, but nor would I call myself an expert, I simply want to have an open exchange of information and share points of interest. 

 

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