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Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Etienne on Saturday. 5 Replies

Picking up the "autographs dedicated to Latin American magazines" theme again, here are two Elizabeth Taylor's for comment. Even though Taylor certainly had secretaries sign for her over the years, I…Continue

Grace Kelly: Opinions please (Latin American magazine example 8)

Started this discussion. Last reply by michelle Apr 7. 7 Replies

Trying to decide if this 1955 Grace Kelly is real or not has been driving me crazy. Like those of Lady Diana, many of her signatures are very simple-looking but nontheless - or perhaps for that very…Continue

Tags: latin american magazine autographed photo, grace kelly autograph 1955, grace kelly autograph

Carole Lombard: opinions please (Latin American magazine example 7)

Started Apr 5 0 Replies

After one screwball comedienne, Thelma Todd, we now have another, Carole Lombard. There are certainly Lombard secretarials about, particularly in the smaller formats (7"x5" and postcards), but I…Continue

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Thelma Todd: opinions please (Latin American magazine example 6)

Started Apr 4 0 Replies

Here is a Thelma Todd for comment. I assume it is from quite early on in her career (late 1920s). It seems real to me even if not totally typical in some respects (separate "o" and no tail on the…Continue

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a pug called eva replied to Johnlow's discussion Bob Marley Photo Signature
"If you can post your Survival and the other LPs you have images of in the LP census thread that would be great. I put many hours into that thread but it didn't seem to generate much interest. "
yesterday
a pug called eva replied to Johnlow's discussion Bob Marley Photo Signature
"That Survival LP looks great - having the photo makes it all the more special. My labour of love on Marley signed LPs is at this link: Bob Marley signed LP census - 1 - Autograph Live (autographmagazine.com) There is one other Survival front cover…"
yesterday
a pug called eva replied to Johnlow's discussion Bob Marley Photo Signature
"I actually find your's more convincing than the other three examples...authenticating autographs really is tricky!"
yesterday
a pug called eva replied to Johnlow's discussion Bob Marley Photo Signature
"Having just looked at a few more examples from old threads I don't think the "M" is actually all that unsual - assuming the examples in the old threads are real of course."
yesterday
a pug called eva replied to Johnlow's discussion Bob Marley Photo Signature
"Certainly the signature itself is not typical in every respect (the "o" and "M" in particular) but the inscription looks pretty good and if the provenance stacks up I would think it must be real. I certainly wouldn't worry…"
yesterday
Etienne replied to a pug called eva's discussion Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)
"Having seen these photos popping up quite a bit over the years, I do have to say that it has stuck in my mind that the forger of these has had an ability to make the signatures look old.  "
Saturday
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)
"Do you believe that the "Florida photos" are secretarials or forgeries and do you believe that any of the Florida photos are good?"
Saturday
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)
"I can see where you are coming from on the 1949 signature, David. I'll try to do some more digging on that one and the other, which is stamped 1958."
Saturday
WHuffman replied to a pug called eva's discussion Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)
"The autographed photos you've posted look like the stuff from Florida. Vintage wire photos signed in fountain pen, typically personalized to foreign press, such as; "Cinelandia", "Filmlandia", etc.  I was sucked in and…"
Saturday
David Lewis replied to a pug called eva's discussion Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)
"A pug called eva, in my humble opinion both Taylors you posted are not hers. The "1949" autograph isn't right, and your second photo does not have the right characteristics. "
Saturday
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Elizabeth Taylor: Opinions please (Latin American magazine examples 9 and 10)

Picking up the "autographs dedicated to Latin American magazines" theme again, here are two Elizabeth Taylor's for comment. Even though Taylor certainly had secretaries sign for her over the years, I think these are real:I posted some other Taylor's…See More
Friday
a pug called eva replied to Emko's discussion Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton signed index cards legitimacy
"Not necessarily. A forger is not likely to produce an atypical autograph."
Apr 8
Paul replied to a pug called eva's discussion Bob Marley - what do people think about these?
"good"
Apr 7
a pug called eva replied to Ultimate78's discussion Grace Kelly
"Found this old thread while doing some reserch.  I think the "To Laurie" example is real even if it doesn't look totally typical. I believe the "Laurie" was Laurie Butcher, an avid in-person collector who died in 2018.…"
Apr 7
a pug called eva replied to Emko's discussion Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton signed index cards legitimacy
"I was not saying that none of the shown examples were real, just that I wouldn't want to buy them. I am, however, very sceptical about the OP example because it is in the style of a rushed in-person signature while actually looking carefully…"
Apr 7
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Bob Marley - what do people think about these?
"These just sold for £9,200 (!) and £3,500 respectively, both prices before premiums etc. so I assume both were more than OK. I actually left out another signed single that went for £4,000 before premiums etc. Here it is:"
Apr 7

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Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
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Mainly better quality items with an emphasis on female leading ladies of the 20s to 60s. Some rock & pop too.
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Advanced Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Too difficult to decide.
Why do you collect?
Mainly: 1) wanting to own a piece of history, 2) wanting to get closer to a legend, 3) wanting something attractive to display (applies mainly to signed photos), 4) wanting to own something that is rare, desired by others and valuable, 5) potential financial gain and potential source of liquidity if needed
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At 10:42pm on April 25, 2014, geraldzheng said…

DO YOU WANT TO SELL Audrey Hepburn SIGNED PHOTO?

 
 
 

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