Andy the website owner at davidbowieautograph.com has asked me to thank Josh B and Steve C for the invaluable blog/ thread started 6 years ago about "Charity Fundraising" and their long, long history…Continue
Just wanted to share this link with those interested in Bowie as it brings quite a lot of what we debate here to the table.There is also a fantastic video showing Bowing signing very clearly in a…Continue
George used to add these later in life - the cross is...a cross and the other symbols are Sanskrit which is the symbol for "Om". Evidently these symbols are placed at the beginning of Hindu mantras or prayers"
"The seller has now reduced the price by $1000 (to $1500) since I made them aware of the fact its a Feb 2016 pressing - note: not removed, just reduced. I think the term "brass neck" applies perfectly here, its not worth $20 now its…"
"I had to come back to this. The thing was manufactured after the artist died. No excuses for whoever buys this. I don't have much sympathy here. Half the questions asked online are answered in under 1 minute Google time. Discogs or whatever…"
Thought I would share this beauty with you....https://www.ebay.com/itm/163929500344?ul_noapp=true1. Awful scam/fake autograph2. The LP featured is a Parlophone pressed LP manufactured in February 2016 - a month after Bowie's death3. Certified by the same shyster company that sells all the fake guitar and LPs at Charity auctions (an ex senior NY police officer no less..)4. $2500!!!!…See More
Andy the website owner at davidbowieautograph.com has asked me to thank Josh B and Steve C for the invaluable blog/ thread started 6 years ago about "Charity Fundraising" and their long, long history of dirty fakery within the charity industry.You can read about what happened (AGAIN!) just last week here: https://davidbowieautograph.com/blog/f/the-great-charity-scamSee More
What an epic thread - brilliant in every way! I thought I would share this blog from davidbowieautograph.com about our friends Charity Fundraising. Andy the webmaster is not a member here but asked my to pass on his grateful thanks to you…"
"Looks 100% to me.
From the late 1950's until his death he paid for the majority of his outgoings by cheque (no matter how small the amount) as he realised people rarely cashed them in because they wanted his signature...As the Scots say, a…"