Garrett Meadows
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Yes or no on this Gene Autry?

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Yes or No on this Clark Gable?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe W. Mar 23. 7 Replies

Yes or No on this handsome portrait of Clark Gable boldly signed in green ink?…Continue

Variation in Clark Gable's "G's"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garrett Meadows Mar 19. 2 Replies

Didn't Clark Gable vary using a lower-case and upper-case "G" in his autographs? Garrett MeadowsContinue

John Rogers forger on American Greed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Cyrkin, Admin Feb 28. 3 Replies

I just watched an episode of American Greed featuring the nefarious activity of sports memorabilia forger/fraud John Rogers.Anyone ever heard of him?As alwaysGarrett MeadowsContinue

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Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or no on this Gene Autry?
"Thank you for the validation. I appreciate it."
Friday
Rick R replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or no on this Gene Autry?
"looks good to me =)"
Friday
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Mar 30
Joe W. replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"Shirley Temple signed a lot in green as a child. Ginger Rogers also liked green ink earlier in her career. Green fountain pen signatures are more common than green ink pen signatures."
Mar 23
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"Although they are hard to find, I like autographs done in green ink. I think Marilyn Monroe often signed in green ink. I once had a JFK in-person autograph in green ink.  as always Garrett"
Mar 23
Joe W. replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"I don't believe it's a forgery. It was probably better stored than usual. I've seen a number of older signatures that remained bold. Green ink seems to age well."
Mar 23
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"That's a good point. I kinda thought it looked rather fresh and unusually clear. The "C" looked rather labored to me; like someone was really trying to make it look like a "C" Gable would normally sign."
Mar 23
Steve Cyrkin, Admin replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"It's so fresh to be signed in the 50s or earlier. Are there known secretarials that fresh looking?"
Mar 23
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"I rather thought so."
Mar 23
Joe W. replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Yes or No on this Clark Gable?
"Secretarial, IMO."
Mar 23
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Yes or No on this Clark Gable?

Yes or No on this handsome portrait of Clark Gable boldly signed in green ink?See More
Mar 23
Garrett Meadows replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Variation in Clark Gable's "G's"
"Thanks for the response. I've seen both on various items signed by Gable but didn't make the connection between fan items and legal documents and whether he used a lower-case/upper-case G. "
Mar 19
Joe W. replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion Variation in Clark Gable's "G's"
"Yes, for the majority of time he use the lowercase "g" for fan signing and used his uppercase "G" primarily for legal purposes. There may be some instances that vary from this although not many."
Mar 19
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Variation in Clark Gable's "G's"

Didn't Clark Gable vary using a lower-case and upper-case "G" in his autographs? Garrett MeadowsSee More
Mar 19
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Mar 4
Steve Cyrkin, Admin replied to Garrett Meadows's discussion John Rogers forger on American Greed
"Good question: Operation Bullpen was the late 1990s-early 2000s. All of those guys have been out of prison since 2007 or so. Rogers was just sentenced in 2017"
Feb 28

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I just like reading about the authenticity of autographs.
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History/Politics
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I don't have a collection of consequence
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Beginner
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
JFK
Why do you collect?
No one anymore because I don't have the funds
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Louisiana Governor Richard Leche

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