"The lady who signed for Lou Costello was named Aida Polo & niece to Eddie Polo silent movie star. Not a lot of info on her out there but I've got her signature that my grandfather brought home from the war. He got it signed at the…"
Have a challenge if someone's up for it. We're looking at these documents that are written on vellum with a signature back in the 1820s. What I would love to know is who signed it, what language it's in and can anyone help decipher it? I know most here are able to identify a Mickey Mantle and do it over and over again.Well, here's something new for you guys and gals. And…See More
"Been busy and not on the site for a while. Mike Brown, I tried to privately message you but since I can't do that I'll just have to respond to your comment publicly. I suggest you go back and read the old post and see how it went…"
"1 Minnie Rayner - British actress in theater and in film. She was born right after the Civil War so to say she was old school is an understatement.
That's why I write things down I forgot to get back with you on these. Haha."
"Looks pretty bad. Dale could be messy but considering Richard's isn't real I wouldn't count on Dale's.
Richard's autograph is so nice, like a work of art. Every one is so similar with how nice it is, it's almost like…"
"A signed letter from President Taft - with generic content - on White House stationary will go for about $250-$450 depending. As this letter has limited historical value, and the secretary is unknown, I would think you'd have a hard time even…"