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Signed Photos for Display...?

Started Jun 30 0 Replies

What is the best way to keep and store a signed glossy photograph? I would assume framing it w/ a glass facing is not a very good idea but how would one safely (correctly) preserve it while having it…Continue

Signed Photos for Display...?

Started Jun 30 0 Replies

What is the best way to keep and store a signed glossy photograph? I would assume framing it w/ a glass facing is not a very good idea but how would one safely (correctly) preserve it while having it…Continue

Trying Again...

Started Jun 25 0 Replies

Can anyone provide info on PSA/DNA's "calibrated laser" used to view their "invisible" mark? Is this something that I , in reality, can do myself? If so, how? Thanks!Continue

Taped COA Card to Page of Signed Book?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe W. Jun 1. 5 Replies

I purchased a signed book recently and discovered that a certain authentication company actually taped their certification card to a page in the book. This was very disconcerting for me. Should I…Continue

 

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Jun 30
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May 30
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"It's like getting all exciting because there were new holographic stickers and newer "DNA" watermarks on the COA. It gives the impression folks are concerned that the COA could be fake. This suggests folks are indeed giving it much…"
Jan 30
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"Marketing idiocy. And it has people looking at everything but the autograph. I always thought this would fluoresce under normal black light - I don't know or care. False security IMO. "The chances of duplicating the strand are 1 in 33…"
Jan 30
RDDB replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"I contacted them (PSA/DNA) personally by phone and couldn't hardly get any kind of educated or accurate info. I would assume that contacting them personally by phone would answer my questions. So again, if anyone can help me I would sincerely…"
Jan 30
terrier8HOF replied to RDDB's discussion 2 PSA/DNA Questions...
"I always wondered what the hell they meant by that DNA strand, and what it really means to collectors. I still don't get it."
Jan 6
Pete Bendu replied to RDDB's discussion 2 PSA/DNA Questions...
"My understanding is they mark the item with a synthetic DNA. If you ever watched CSI or one of those shows, a black light and the correct lense or luminol spray may indeed show you the mark, otherwise....you would have to ask PSA how you can see the…"
Jan 6
RDDB posted a discussion

2 PSA/DNA Questions...

      PSA/DNA claims to place a "mark" on certified items that can only be seen w/ a special "calibrated laser".1. How do we find out where the invisible "DNA strand/mark" is located on a certain item, and are we able to view this ourselves at home or is special equipment needed?2. If a clear coat spray (not paint, of course) were to go over the mark would it still be readable? (I'm referring to like a guitar or pick guard.)Thanks...See More
Jan 5
RDDB replied to Brian Lowry's discussion How to Buy an Authentic Signed Guitar?
"Just my personal opinion, but I hardly see any difference between a guitar body signed and a pick guard signed. To me, personally they both are equally "cool". :)"
Jan 5
john shaw replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"signed on the body is worth more than pick guard and usually rarer. most people never did full guitars but did pickguards"
Nov 21, 2017
RDDB replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"Does your answer apply the same to pick guards as well? I guess I really meant either/or actually. Thanks...."
Nov 21, 2017
Devon Laney replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"+1"
Nov 21, 2017
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"The guard is a bit of plastic signed, the guitar may never have been seen by the artist. To me is just a way to increase $. I do not like guitars signed in the guards."
Nov 21, 2017
Michael Kasmar-AutographPros.com replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"In many cases an autograph on the body of the guitar can command a higher premium than one signed on the pickguard.  It's just a matter of if the seller prices them right and waits for the right buyer really.  In regards to someone…"
Nov 21, 2017
RDDB replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"I guess I should specify. Is all of this true regarding pick guards as well? Are they just as rare and valued, etc.? To me personally I see very little difference at all between a signed guard and the actual guitar."
Nov 20, 2017
Ian Baldock replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Prices
"You answered your own question."
Nov 18, 2017

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