When I asked how the Meet the Beatles back cover came out rough, over-enhanced, and with the text and autographs all the same shade of black, you said it was because you printed it out to enlarge them, took photos of it and cropped…"
"Moderator's note: I wouldn't put anything past Antiquities, but please don't take as fact that the Beatles autographs in the original post came from them yet. I don't have a doubt in the world that they're forgeries, but…"
"I told you that it appears to be a known forgery style. This was before you mentioned that it was purchased from Antiquities. The forgery style I was referring to is associated with Antiquities. Again, if it was real I wouldn’t have had any…"
It’s more than that. Where and when did you photograph the album?
You said that you didn’t have the full photo of the album because you cropped it for the individual signatures. But if you printed it out first and cropped from…"
no forgery me just being the amateur that I am. I printed it out thinking that I could see a difference with a close up from my phone, good eye though!
It's just frustrating that I bought an expensive piece from a trusted seller that may…"
I just realized: You probably didn't alter the photo. You took a photo of a fraudulent printed version of the album. That's why the signatures and text are in exactly the same ink!
You've got to tell us where you photographed…"