80 Led Zeppelin albums, plus posters and sheet music, every item purportedly signed by the the entire band: Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones...and the late John Bonham, who died in September 1980. All of these items were available on Forever Legends' website from 2007 to 2010, and some are still available today. But not only is 80 more than four-times the number of genuine full-band signed Led Zeppelin albums known to exist; and not only have the prices have been incredibly cheap (about $400-$750, when similar genuine albums would probably sell for $10,000 to $20,000). How can Forever Legends explain why all but 1 or 2 of these albums were signed in felt tip marker—which was extremely uncommon at the time.
Forever Legends was, or is, a supplier to American Royal Arts and many of the autograph galleries from Florida to Las Vegas to Arizona, California and Hawaii known to sell forgeries.
Look at the autographs and let us know: Do you think that they're real or fake? Why?