Sorry Im late to the party.
Without saying too much, Im not comfortable with the style of autograph Greg originally posted. I find their origin to be very questionable.
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"To be clear, I own none of these examples, which is why I’m not really interested in just a simple pass or fail. I was actually hoping to create a signature study for Sir Sean on this site, much in the way Steve Zarelli did with Charlton…"
"I’ve a attached a scan of the signed photo from the original post (so you don’t have to click on it to view it), as well as definitive Connery signature from a contract signed in 1979. Again, both names match quite well with the others,…"
"Exactly! Which is why I'm SO stumped! lol
Okay, so if one assumes that the bookplate is actually genuine, then looking at its' 'Best Wishes' compared to the one in the signed photo above it, as well as the one from the original…"
I talked with both Eric and Pete Chuka. Seems Eric bought some autographs from another IP grapher and one of the Fords turned out to be a fake. As soon as he was notified, Eric took it out of his eBay store. To me, it is now a non-issue. I will continue to use Eric in the future.