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Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Keith Longo on Sunday. 8 Replies

Given the provenance I'm actually pretty confident that this Stephen Hawking is real. He signed a book that is not actually by him as a bit of a joke.…Continue

Hendrix - any opinions?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gratefulphish Jun 10. 55 Replies

This looks OK to me but I'd welcome other views:Continue

Loopy Lennon

Started this discussion. Last reply by Beatleworld Apr 26. 6 Replies

Thought this might be of interest. I assume it's OK. Being offered by an autograph auction house. Any thoughts or similar examples of the "Lennon"?…Continue

Early Pink Floyd with Barrett sold today

Started this discussion. Last reply by a pug called eva Apr 14. 3 Replies

I assume they'll be a few people interested in this lot that sold today. Together with some other autographs that didn't look too interesting the price was £1,900 before ca. 30% premiums etc. I've no…Continue

 

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Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"If it is year and solid provenance in play here I likely agree."
Sunday
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"Hi Eric, it is being sold by a high-end book dealer in London. I think you must have Googled the relevant site already given what you write but here is a…"
Sunday
Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"1974 is the year Hawking first published the paper that would lead to "Hawking Radiation". Perhaps that influences the value? Was it mentioned?"
Sunday
Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"Auction says it was a year before he was confined to a wheelchair but I am reading he was in one from 1969 on? What are you finding Eva?"
Sunday
Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"It is being sold as "one of his last" but I read he was able to sign until C. 1980? Provenance looks good. Not so sure about the price though..."
Sunday
Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"This Spike Milligan book is 1974 or later?"
Sunday
Eric Keith Longo replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"What year was this book published/signed? He could no longer sign by the end of the 70's. This example appears more legible then this 1973 signature: 1973 Stephen Hawking"
Sunday
Autographtastic replied to a pug called eva's discussion Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?
"My opinion is that the autograph is too shaky, and will be so different each time he signed, that is it effectively impossible to authenticate. That doesn't mean there won't be authenticators who claim that they can authenticate it, but…"
Sunday
a pug called eva posted a discussion

Stephen Hawking - Is this real and is it worth £24,000?

Given the provenance I'm actually pretty confident that this Stephen Hawking is real. He signed a book that is not actually by him as a bit of a joke.The autograph is priced at £24,000. As there are so few Hawkings around it is very hard to say whether this is totally over the top or not. I know that a signed thesis sold for hundreds of thousands but that is obviously a…See More
Saturday
a pug called eva replied to Jake's discussion Is this Audrey Hepburn Autograph Authentic??
"Hi Jake, Joe and Eric Just occurred to me that I have a very similar Audrey that was also signed at a UNICEF event. I think the event was in Geneva. I know who "Andreas" is but I don't actually know him personally. He has been selling…"
Saturday
a pug called eva replied to Jake's discussion Is this Audrey Hepburn Autograph Authentic??
"+1"
Jun 13
a pug called eva replied to Bruce Juice's discussion Another fully signed Pepper LP at Heritage Auctions
"Wow - that sounds sophisticated. I'll have to see if I can find something similar. I also have quite a library of books (mostly just for reference but some collectables) and sometimes the dust that collects on them is just incredible."
Jun 12
a pug called eva replied to Bruce Juice's discussion Another fully signed Pepper LP at Heritage Auctions
"That looks really great Trazom1 - very classy presentation and a very good solution to a potentially tricky problem. I don't know what your place is like for dust but I would just be careful that the lovely cloth covering doesn't get…"
Jun 12
a pug called eva replied to Mr Mojo Risin's discussion Hendrix EXPERIENCE
"But limited "eye appeal"..."
Jun 12
Gratefulphish replied to a pug called eva's discussion Hendrix - any opinions?
"A'int that always the truth."
Jun 10
Paul replied to a pug called eva's discussion Hendrix - any opinions?
"You'll know what it's worth when you sell it."
Jun 10

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researching autographs I own
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Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
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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