"That is not Dave Grohl's signature. Show me a non fan club letter example that looks like that. You cant. That is not Chris' signature. Show me a non fan club letter example. It's almost as if the guy who said he signed for all 3,…"
"Here's the thing. The guy that nailed these out said the band did not sign them. Said that. In no uncertain terms. I know this for a fact. Was asked if they ever signed them- he said no. Why would he lie? The only reason these are considered…"
"Nope. The person who did their fan mail said none were signed by the band.
Probably a better resource than you ir Beckett or PSA who frequently cert these. The ones shown in this thread are not real."
"All Nirvana fan club letters are not authentic, there is not one example that was signed by Dave, Krist, or Kurt.
Friend of mine talked to the person who did sign them, and he admitted as such. Nothing nefarious, just helped out the band."
"So the provenance is not that the autograph looks good- it doesn't, by the way. The provenance is that the person you got it from says he found a guy who says he was there. You understand that really isn't provenance? I am very very very…"
"This style Kurt has been on a lot of items to surface lately- they all look the same, Kurt didn't sign anything the same.
That doesn't mean it's fake, but I suspect many we could trace back to the same source.