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Rolling Stones and Andy Warhol: is it real?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Booth Jul 22. 3 Replies

Hello everybody,I just received this LP that bears the signatures of:Ronnie WoodsCharlie WattsMick JaggerKeith RichardsAndy WarholThey look genuine to me, but I am sure there is somebody more expert…Continue

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Louis XVI: Real or fake?

Started this discussion. Last reply by michelle Jun 14. 2 Replies

Hello everybody! There is an auction that will end in a few hours where an autograph of Louis XVI on a paper fragment is sold, and it is going high.In my opinion it is a secretarial one, as I checked…Continue

Icons.com. Opinions?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Jun 20. 2 Replies

Hello everybody. Did anyone experienced a purchase at Icons.com. ? I am reading that many customers are dissatisfied cause the non genuineness of their autographs...Continue

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Richard Booth replied to Stefano Fortunati's discussion Rolling Stones and Andy Warhol: is it real?
"Sorry, these do not look good to me."
Jul 22
michelle replied to Stefano Fortunati's discussion Rolling Stones and Andy Warhol: is it real?
"they dont look right to me either"
Jul 22
Eric Keith Longo replied to Stefano Fortunati's discussion Rolling Stones and Andy Warhol: is it real?
"I don't think this is good. See what others say."
Jul 22
Stefano Fortunati posted a discussion

Rolling Stones and Andy Warhol: is it real?

Hello everybody,I just received this LP that bears the signatures of:Ronnie WoodsCharlie WattsMick JaggerKeith RichardsAndy WarholThey look genuine to me, but I am sure there is somebody more expert than me on Rolling Stones autographs that can give me his opinion.Thanks!Stefano…See More
Jul 22
Stefano Fortunati commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
"@michelle, the documents are all held by the owners, including the one we studied."
Jul 20
Stefano Fortunati commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
"Hbw60, you can apply our association www.associazioneautografia.it to receive a Quick Opinion on your Napoleon's autograph."
Jul 20
hbw60 commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
"Thank you for the information! As the owner of a signed Napoleon letter, I now worry that my signature may not be authentic. So I appreciate your time in bringing this information out."
Jul 20
michelle commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
" out of interest, what has happened to the  forged documents?"
Jul 20
Stefano Fortunati commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
"Thank you Michelle. I'm happy you appreciated our work."
Jul 20
michelle commented on Stefano Fortunati's blog post Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study
"fascinating read, thanks for posting it Stefano"
Jul 19
Stefano Fortunati posted a blog post

Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study

Napoleon’s autograph is certainly one of the most coveted by collectors from all over the world and of all eras. Just think that when Napoleon himself was still alive the interest in the documents written by his hand was so high that numerous fakes were already in circulation at the time.With this article we want to share the outcome of the studies carried out on the intriguing question that sees protagonists various documents, literally scattered around the world, all attesting to the…See More
Jul 19
michelle replied to Stefano Fortunati's discussion Louis XVI: Real or fake?
"This doesnt look authentic at all .  "
Jun 14
Stefano Fortunati posted a discussion

Louis XVI: Real or fake?

Hello everybody! There is an auction that will end in a few hours where an autograph of Louis XVI on a paper fragment is sold, and it is going high.In my opinion it is a secretarial one, as I checked on the French Archives and found an original (of course) signature of the King, that is completely different from the one sold in auction.What do you think about? I read anther topic of two years ago and this signature was identificated as secretarial. Of course I contacted the auction house bu…See More
Jun 14
Greg Rodgers replied to Stefano Fortunati's discussion Icons.com. Opinions?
"icons is one of the best fooball/soccer companies around. i always found them a bit expensive but legit. unless something has happened and changed that?"
Jun 13
Stefano Fortunati replied to Fabio Frontini's discussion Vale Rossi full size helmet autograph
"Hello, I also think that is fake."
Jun 8
Stefano Fortunati replied to Fabio Frontini's discussion Vale Rossi full size helmet autograph
"Hello, I also think that is fake."
Jun 8

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Napoleon Bonaparte’s autograph and forgeries: an amazing case study

Posted on July 16, 2020 at 7:22am 6 Comments

Napoleon’s autograph is certainly one of the most coveted by collectors from all over the world and of all eras. Just think that when Napoleon himself was still alive the interest in the documents written by his hand was so high that numerous fakes were already in circulation at the time.

With this article we want to share the outcome of the studies carried out on the intriguing question that sees protagonists various documents, literally scattered around the world, all attesting to…

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