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Stan Lee signature Madness

Started Jun 22 0 Replies

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 Daniel's discussion Another Babe Ruth Signed Photo
"I'm looking, Steve. I get the same "I've seen this before" feeling like when I saw that "To Carlton, 'the door man'" Marilyn auto. That was in my saved exemplars and I had a good idea as to where to look…"
11 hours ago
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel's discussion Another Babe Ruth Signed Photo
"Terrier wrote: "it looks like it was signed last week" I'd say it looks more like it was signed within the last year. It's not bad, but there are three idiosyncrasies that stand out about the signature itself, and what really…"
yesterday
Woody2Shoes replied to Xerxes's discussion Thoughts on this Stan lee
"Look at the feathering of the ink at the periphery of the written lines. It's what's expected, for the ink of the sharpie to soak outward into the paper immediately bordering the tracks."
yesterday
Woody2Shoes replied to Xerxes's discussion Thoughts on this Stan lee
"What makes this particular signature more challenging for most authenticators is that it appears to be signed using a marker with a wedge (tanto-like) shaped tip. Oddly enough, for me, the type of marker used locks it in as being unquestionably…"
Jul 15
Woody2Shoes replied to Xerxes's discussion Thoughts on this Stan lee
"Yes. And fairly recent, within the last 10 years, probably within the last 6."
Jul 14
Woody2Shoes replied to John Fevola's discussion 1968 Mickey Mantle card with autograph is it real
"1968 MM counterfeit vs. authentic advice"
Jul 6
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
""Where does he get those wonderful cinemagraphs???!!!" Where else? From the Hoff, of course!"
Jul 5
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
"Abuse is best served gently tossed rather than hurled, so it sneaks up, then dawns on you, and completely takes you by surprise, with a pair of roguish eyes!"
Jul 5
Woody2Shoes replied to Leo Lim's discussion Roger Maris autograph
"And YOU! :)"
Jul 4
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
"That's OK. Gave you a reason to resurrect my favorite thread!! And I read the whole thing again, start to finish, like I always do when a new post is made, giving me a warm feeling, sentimental old fluff that I am. What a blessing. For me,…"
Jul 4
Woody2Shoes replied to Shane Kiehlmeier's discussion Opinions on the Elvis signature?
"The "r". Too sharp. You can put someone's eye out with it."
Jun 30
Woody2Shoes replied to Danny Francis's discussion Is this Ruth and Gehrig Photo/Card authentic?
Jun 30
Woody2Shoes replied to Danny Francis's discussion Is this Ruth and Gehrig Photo/Card authentic?
"Is there any type of back story?"
Jun 30
Woody2Shoes replied to Richard's discussion How do they get away with this Babe Ruth
"What do the Coach's Corner Ruth signed baseballs go for as of late? Still in the $100 range?"
Jun 27
Woody2Shoes replied to Richard's discussion How do they get away with this Babe Ruth
"Coach's Corner is the only seller I know of that has Ruth autographed baseballs signed in black sharpie, a marker only available from 1964, 16 years after Ruth died. The Babe was cutting edge!"
Jun 27
Woody2Shoes replied to Autographcontrol's discussion ....and Rolling Stones again, white Marker in 64? And the Fake Oscar goes to:
"Very ambitious."
Jun 26

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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