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Stan Lee signature Madness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Twad Nov 16. 1 Reply

Can this seller possibly think that this is what a Stan Lee signature looks like from any stage in Stan's life?…Continue

I've been seeing this Batman card

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cory Clarkson Apr 19. 3 Replies

signed by Adam West on Ebay for…Continue

Bruce Lee poem

Started this discussion. Last reply by posterguy May 24. 37 Replies

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Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion You guys got this WRONG!!
"That not exactly "all of us" when you refer to "no one on this forum". My comment appears to be the only one here."
15 hours ago
Woody2Shoes replied to David Alpert's discussion You guys got this WRONG!!
"Link to the original discussion thread, please?"
15 hours ago
Woody2Shoes replied to TradeGeek's discussion T206 baseball card forgeries. Rocking the vintage card hobby the last week.
"I've been blatant forgeries on all types of pre 1912 M, N, G, T, E, and strip cards, as well as 1933 and 1934 Goudey cards for years upon years. IMO, the overwhelming majority are forged."
yesterday
Woody2Shoes replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion 57LesPaulGoldTop: Speaking of unlimited Stan Lee forgeries
Sunday
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Woody2Shoes replied to Brad Barber's discussion Stan Lee TTM 2009
"Will do!"
Sunday
Woody2Shoes replied to Brad Barber's discussion Joe Montana
"I'm not a Montana expert, but it does look exactly like the typical authenticated signature material I use to see all over dealer's tables in the 90s. Older signature?"
Saturday
Woody2Shoes replied to Brad Barber's discussion Stan Lee TTM 2009
"L is fine for 2009. Stan did vacillate on his 'L's periodically, post 1980, sometimes the lower case 'l', sometimes the capital 'L'. The trick is knowing how the surrounding letters should approach and recede…"
Saturday
Woody2Shoes replied to Brad Barber's discussion Stan Lee TTM 2009
"Chance of authenticity = 90%. Busy cover, Stan was careful about placement for optimal visibility, and the signature is typical for 2009. This should pass authentic with flying colors through PSA, JSA, or CBCS. The angles and character…"
Saturday
Woody2Shoes replied to Brad Barber's discussion Stan Lee TTM 2009
"Can we please see an image of the entire item? That would be helpful and serve to explain two potential tells that may lead some to believe it's inauthentic."
Saturday
Woody2Shoes liked paul wedding's discussion It is my great pleasure to report the following regarding Coach's Corner.
Dec 4
Woody2Shoes replied to Larson Styles's discussion RIPPED OFF - MMP COLLECTABLES TOOK ME FOR $25,000 !!!! HELP NEEDED PLEASE
"Larson, Where is the seller located (state & city)? And where was he supposed to ship the merchandise (to you, I assume)?"
Dec 2
Woody2Shoes replied to Steve Zarelli's discussion Find Out if Your Stan Lee Autographs are Real
"I missed this thread somehow, but as far as the Peter Parker 50 imaged above goes; the Lee is not a blatant forgery as far as forgeries go... bit it is most definitely a forgery, just the same; with 5 instant, obvious tells! Steve Z. is correct."
Dec 1
Woody2Shoes replied to Joseph Tatrai's discussion JERRY SIEGAL Superman Creator - Could this be real? I searched and found it nearly identical to some and slightly different than some.
"IMO, if it's not imprinted; not part of the production, and is hand signed, and not stamped, the writing and signature is consistent with Jerry Siegel's."
Dec 1
Woody2Shoes replied to Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager's discussion Very sad news: Tony Varvel has passed away.
"Greatly saddened to hear about the devastating loss of a good friend to this community. We are all diminished by his passing and he will be missed."
Nov 30
Woody2Shoes replied to Matt Garitta's discussion A Clockwork Orange Cast Signed Poster
""Looks like the same hand signed all those". Yes. And imparted the same predictable, and obvious characteristics of his own handwriting into each and every one of those signatures. The forger probably paused just long enough…"
Nov 28

About Me

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Collector, Fan
What brings you to Autograph Live?
Hits on google for different site articles
Who can we thank for telling you about Autograph Live?
Goodle
What do you collect, or want to collect?
Sports, History/Politics, Books/Literature, Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
Interests are too vast to mention! lol
What is your level of expertise?
Advanced Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
The ones that were signed for me, in my presence.
Why do you collect?
Ink brings you a bit closer to your icons
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Moses

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At 9:45pm on July 24, 2017, Eric K. Longo said…

Hi Woody,

Regarding the Bowie in question I find it a forgery. What say you?

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At 11:07am on July 23, 2017, Joe W. said…

I definitely won't be the last! It is obvious from your comments that you have a keen understanding of the hobby and will be a welcomed asset to this community. Your insights are on target and brought a smile to my face. Thanks.

 
 
 

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