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Beatles photo with Jimmie Nicol

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Cushman Oct 31. 3 Replies

I'd like to know people's thoughts on this photo. I feel the formation of the autographs is okay.However they look like they could be pre-printed. Is this a known facsimile? Thanks!Continue

Tags: Beatles, The

JFK roughly signed matchbook

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Sep 18. 10 Replies

This item comes with solid provenance. Here is the story:Obtained by Fred Holmes, a percussionist with the Black Watch military band. On the 13th November 1963, The Black Watch Band were invited to…Continue

Tags: 1963, Kennedy, Fitzgerald, John, JFK

Hendrix Experience

Started this discussion. Last reply by Autographtastic Sep 16. 2 Replies

This is a beautiful set if genuine. Too good to be true??The "Jimi" concerns me a little. It looks as if it has two e's in it which is unusual.Continue

Tags: Experience, Hendrix, Jimi

Full Beatles set 1963

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Cushman Sep 16. 9 Replies

Purportedly signed at the Royal Hall Harrogate, Friday 8th March 1963.Something doesn't look quite right about these. Are they traced or perhaps just rushed examples on an uneven surface.Keen to know…Continue

Tags: Beatles

 

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Jim Cushman replied to Autographtastic's discussion Beatles photo with Jimmie Nicol
"No problem S-Man..."
Oct 31
Autographtastic replied to Autographtastic's discussion Beatles photo with Jimmie Nicol
"Thanks Jim"
Oct 30
Jim Cushman replied to Autographtastic's discussion Beatles photo with Jimmie Nicol
"Looks OK to me...I've never seen a Beatles with Jimmie Nicol pre-printed photo before. This is from June 1964"
Oct 30
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Beatles photo with Jimmie Nicol

I'd like to know people's thoughts on this photo. I feel the formation of the autographs is okay.However they look like they could be pre-printed. Is this a known facsimile? Thanks!See More
Oct 30
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"It was signed on October 22, 1960, just about two weeks before the election.  It was signed at Shawnee Mission East High School in Prairie Village, Kansas.  The guy who got it signed was a prominent local businessman and Democrat Party…"
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"Here’s my campaign-style autograph."
Sep 18
Rfitzz replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"at least this one somewhat resembles his other signature styles...I would have never guessed that the others were his !"
Sep 18
Autographtastic replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"I might need to retire ahead of schedule if I'm ever going to crack JFK's autograph(s) ...... Thanks for the info James"
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"Here’s another one."
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"Here’s another one."
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"Now, keep in mind, there are even variations of the campaign style autograph.  To paraphrase Charles Hamilton, JFK was probably the most complicated signature study in history!  That’s because he had so many different styles of…"
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"Here is an example of a campaign style signature from JFK."
Sep 18
Rfitzz replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"I would also love to see a "campaign" style signature.  Don't believe I've ever seen one..."
Sep 18
Autographtastic replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"I'm glad you agree, I think the story and date of signing more than make up for the scruffy autograph.  Would you be able to post a classic example of his "Campaign" style signature.  Thanks"
Sep 18
James replied to Autographtastic's discussion JFK roughly signed matchbook
"It looks like JFK attempted a variant of his “campaign” style autograph.  The first part looks like a spot-on example of his campaign style autograph.  The extra-enlongated “y” is somewhat unusual for this style of…"
Sep 18

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