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The Beatles Historical Only Piece In Existence Abbey Road Album Launch BBC 2

The Most Famous, Rarest and Historically Significant Piece of Beatles Memorabilia On The Market Today

Clear close up scan of the Paul McCartney Signature Now visible

To those who are slandering the autograph of Paul McCartney and his integrity and love for Rowan Ayers his friend and colleague you are part of the lunatic fringe conspiracy full of green eyed malice. Rowan Ayers was the pioneer of talk back television and a man of great stature and respect in the television and entertainment industry. This is the Finest autograph Paul has ever given to anyone, it has the left handed slant as would be expected and is signed with finess and beauty. Neil Aspinals autographs were crude, heavy handed and slanted to the right as would be expected a right handed faker. Paul McCartney in early 1970 did not sign as he did in the early to late 60s and he made special care to give Rowan Ayers a work of art totally different from the forced and in haste ones he did for screaming fans on the run. There are no Time Coded and Historically Dated and Verifiable Neil Aspinal / Paul McCartney forgeries that look like the signature of Paul McCartney we see here on the Internet PUT UP OR SHUT UP. Thankyou Vincent Ruello. Now Published in 2 Beatles Books by Major Beatles Historians and getting more famous and respected by each passing year (see book pics)  https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/233649971239 ;

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Tags: abbey, album, bbc, beatles, launch, memento

Comment by Steve Cyrkin, Admin on July 20, 2020 at 7:45pm

Hi Vincent,

Your link doesn't work. Can you post another please?

Thanks

Comment by Steve Cyrkin, Admin on July 20, 2020 at 8:23pm

Just go to the actual page and paste a new link in the comments down here to the page  

Comment by Vincent Ruello on July 20, 2020 at 8:29pm
Comment by Vincent Ruello on July 20, 2020 at 11:34pm

These aren't autographs signed on bits of paper for fans but for their friend who launched their last album Abbey Road on his show, to suggest Paul was deceitful in letting Neil Aspinal sign it is ludicrous and slanderous against Paul, your also accusing George Harrison of being deceitful because he was there when Paul signed with the same pen. Neil Aspinal couldn't sign a Paul autograph this good in a 1000 years look at his autographs slanted to the right or at best 90 degree perpendicular with a heavy thick hand. If I owned any supposed Beatles autographs even with a COA showing a right handed or even 90degree Paul I'd burn them and ask for my money back. People need to realise anyone can pull a Beatles concert date from their bunny hat and create a false history, I am defending the integrity of Paul and George and state categorically this is the finest and rarest autograph of Paul ever seen 

Comment by Eric Keith Longo on July 20, 2020 at 11:46pm

That is the first autograph auction I have seen where the autographs are obscured. I've not seen a McCartney look like this.

Comment by Eric Keith Longo on July 20, 2020 at 11:57pm

AU 1,895,000? From 3,750,000. Wow. To say that is the finest autograph ever signed smacks of hyperbole.

Comment by Steve Cyrkin, Admin on July 21, 2020 at 12:02am

Vincent,

Autograph authenticity is what Autograph Live is all about. You post here and it will be discussed. I see you deleted BallroomDays' opinion that Neil Aspinall unfortunately signed your piece, not Paul. Ballroom knows Aspinall's secretarials better than me, so I'll leave that to his expertise. But I am confident that Paul McCartney did not sign that McCartney autograph. 

Comment by Eric Keith Longo on July 21, 2020 at 12:08am

I thought Ballroom had posted. a response. Editing out opposing comments is not cool Vincent. It skews the responses and its considered rude.

Comment by Eric Keith Longo on July 21, 2020 at 12:15am

...The sale of this item does not include my established publishing business of collector plates, prints, tshirts or any other item I may create based on my original positives and negatives which first revealed this signed item to the world..."

I am curious - how did you secure reproduction rights? You are not the author of the work. Just owning the original does not bestow any repro rights to you.

Comment by Vincent Ruello on July 21, 2020 at 12:20am

I own the original negative of the piece as a whole and am the first to ever reveal the image to the world thus my rights are protected and established by Rights protection in photographic images 

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