Hi all,ive had this sitting around for years and only just rediscovered it. I don’t really know anything about Natalie Portman autographs except she doesn’t sign much and usually doesn’t sign with…Continue
"Once upon a squiggle... you couldn’t get a lazier collection of signatures!
I can’t say much about most of them but I don’t see a brad Pitt signature that I recognise- at least not the way I’m familiar with and I’ve…"
"Im not a fan of this. Ledger's autograph was all sharp angles in the late 90's when he was signing his full signature... but this version, which began in the 2000's, tends to be much more rounded and flowing with a very distinct d/g…"
"Exactly, I only knew because Id seen a documentary of him working with fender for the new guitars. Its more reminiscent of his vintage style for sure:
If youre a guitar player its an interesting…"
"Very interested to hear what you get back from them- I fully expect that the image they provided was just a placeholder until he has time to sign them...
Surely they wouldnt try and get away with an autopen (or that darned stamp) for that money...…"
"I disagree, JP is still very collectable and amongst the most valuable of the living icons. Verifiable signatures (like those on limited lithographs, his website sold vinyls, books etc) are still commanding top dollar.
If we rely on precedent, then…"
"And here is the machine printed signature on the standard (cheaper) Fender versions. It is the same one as that printed in the book so Id say its now the stock autopen Page signature and that he likely hasn't signed the actual books yet as…"
"The Fender custom shop version of the dragon and mirror Jimmy Page telecasters were both (partly) hand painted and signed by page this year. Seems to be the way he signs things nowadays when not rushed. "
"Connery is notoriously tricky as he has many different styles of signing. You could pretty much grab any ‘Connery signature’ real or fake and find it looks somewhat similar to proper authentic examples. Then again, I guess that’s…"
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James Bond autographs. Have especially a lot experience with Daniel Craig and Sean Connery autographs.
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