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Another Freddie: Looks highly dubious

Started this discussion. Last reply by Forgers Sump Apr 6. 3 Replies

Any thoughts on this? Supposedly signed in 1986 on a piece of padded envelope. Looks off or very rushed to me but my knowledge of Freddie's autograph is limited.…Continue

Queen archive acquired, including multiple autographs

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I recently acquired a large archive of Queen material, including a number of autographs. I have shown them in the following thread (Category: Music - Queen):…Continue

A kind of magic Queen archive acquisition (I hope)

Started this discussion. Last reply by a pug called eva Apr 30. 35 Replies

For the last week I have been buzzing about what I think is a highly unusual acquisition of Queen items, including a number of fine autographs from April1978. When I bought the archive my Queen…Continue

Hard Day's Night Dress signed by the Beatles and Epstein

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Cushman Jan 15. 22 Replies

In a post way back in 2017, I mentioned that a book dealer had a signed Hard Day's Night dress for sale. The dealer still has it and has actually discounted it by 30% or so in his January sale. I'm…Continue

 

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a pug called eva replied to Dan Morris's discussion Smudged Beatles autographs sell for nearly £8,000
"As suggested in the article, I think the smudge was actually attractive to the final two bidders who fought over this. Personally, I would take such fish n' chip stories with a large pinch of salt (pun intended). I don't know why John…"
Jun 16
a pug called eva replied to Dan Morris's discussion Smudged Beatles autographs sell for nearly £8,000
"The £8,000 includes the buyer's premium. The hammer price was £5,900, which was still 50% above the top estimate.."
Jun 15
a pug called eva replied to Phil Crocker's discussion Princess Diana - Real or Fake?
"This is mine. I guess an upside down example is better than none at all. Eric, a regular on this site, thinks it is often better to assess authenticity upside down anyway:"
Jun 5
a pug called eva replied to Phil Crocker's discussion Princess Diana - Real or Fake?
"I would say defintely not genuine. Diana didn't slant to the right like that. The inscription also looks very strange. Here is a Diana I own:"
Jun 4
a pug called eva replied to Giankiss74's discussion Help authenticity of this signatures
"I am certainly not qualified to opine on the autographs but I do wonder why anyone in their right mind would take a CHF 500 hit on something like this. If they were willing to pay ca. CHF 1,500 for the CD you would think they would do some research…"
May 29
a pug called eva replied to Gabriel Lee's discussion Fake or authentic Sharon Tate signed index card?
"Yes, at Claridges, London. It was collected by a very well-known UK in-person collector, Laurie Butcher. I bought it at one of the auctions in which his 50-year collection was sold. You can find references to auctions if you Google his name. A…"
May 5
a pug called eva replied to Gabriel Lee's discussion Fake or authentic Sharon Tate signed index card?
"Comparing it to my 1969 example I'd say it was spot-on."
May 5
a pug called eva replied to Daniel Plainview's discussion Queen A Night at the Opera at Iconic Auctions
"I have a feeling that the auction house may have placed the bids itself and the items didn't reach what they - or rather the sellers - had wanted. They may well be offered again later. This would explain why some genuine items also show as not…"
May 3
a pug called eva replied to Daniel Plainview's discussion Queen A Night at the Opera at Iconic Auctions
"Perhaps the contributor to the other forum was mistaken but I wouldn't be surprised of this is done unofficially. In any case it is certainly not a fair way of doing business as most buyers wouldn't even think of asking for a second…"
May 1
a pug called eva replied to Daniel Plainview's discussion Queen A Night at the Opera at Iconic Auctions
"Apparently sold for ca. $10.5k, including buyer's premium.  From another forum I gather that Iconic allow buyers to get a second opinion (PSA/Beckett) before taking receipt of their items. Hopefully the buyer will take advantage of that…"
Apr 30
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion A kind of magic Queen archive acquisition (I hope)
"Today is the 44th anniversary of Queen's gig at the Hallenstadion in Zurich and of their "after-party" at the Atlantis Hotel. It was at this "party" that the autographs in this thread were obtained.  Although 44 is not…"
Apr 30
a pug called eva replied to Eric Keith Longo's discussion Today is 110 years since Titanic struck its iceberg-show your related autos
"In rushing to post on the 15th I somehow clean forgot about one of my best Titanic-related signed items. It is a postcard sent by Alfonso Meo, a very interesting third class passenger, to his partner in Bornemouth, UK. It was almost certainly sent…"
Apr 17
a pug called eva replied to Eric Keith Longo's discussion Today is 110 years since Titanic struck its iceberg-show your related autos
"Here is my third. Titanic survivor Helen Ostby, signing a Titanic related book in 1935. I bought the book because I had bought a small collection of original vintage Ostby family photographs a few years earlier. These included a very nice one of…"
Apr 15
a pug called eva replied to Eric Keith Longo's discussion Today is 110 years since Titanic struck its iceberg-show your related autos
"Here is the next.  Arthur Rostron, Captain of the Carpathia. Written a month or so before the Titanic went down."
Apr 14
a pug called eva replied to Eric Keith Longo's discussion Today is 110 years since Titanic struck its iceberg-show your related autos
"I think I have at least three. I'll post them separately so they can be commented on separately. Here is the first. It is potentially the best but it is also the one I have serious doubts about. It is Wallace Hartley, purportedly signed aboard…"
Apr 14
Forgers Sump replied to a pug called eva's discussion Another Freddie: Looks highly dubious
"Phew! O_o"
Apr 6

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Collector
What would you like to tell us about yourself, your collecting, or business.
Mainly better quality items with an emphasis on female leading ladies of the 20s to 60s. Some rock & pop too.
What is your level of expertise?
Advanced Collector
Why do you want to join Autograph Live?
researching autographs I own
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What are your areas of interest?
Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
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
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Too difficult to decide.
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Jesus

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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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