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Is this Emma Watson auto real or not?

Started this discussion. Last reply by rob kunne on Monday. 1 Reply

It is said this was obtained about 10 years ago. Any thought?Continue

How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?

Started this discussion. Last reply by B. Anderson Jul 30. 10 Replies

I have heard silver pen doesn`t enjoy very good reputation.The silver autograph is easily scrubbed, broken into pieces, hard to dry once got signed..but still it looks so good on a dark surface and…Continue

 

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rob kunne replied to Magicyoyo's discussion Is this Emma Watson auto real or not?
"can't say this is a emma watson autograph...looks like someone started this autograph and did not know how to end. "
Monday
Magicyoyo posted a discussion

Is this Emma Watson auto real or not?

It is said this was obtained about 10 years ago. Any thought?See More
Monday
leo123 replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"Hello Mr. Shepherd,  I have a few autographed photographs I'm looking to store in sleeves, do you have any you recommend?  I currently have one piece in a toploader - it was shipped to me a couple weeks ago - but want to transition it…"
Jul 30
B. Anderson replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"I believe you should use acid free paper / board - not just any board - as paper can deteriorate over time, and this helps. I have seen examples of this--things in binders and in sleeves, but no acid free--just on construction paper. I put acid free…"
Jul 30
Mike Shepherd replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"You can store your autographs in binders, or you can store your autographs in boxes.  Mylar works in boxes, just like comic storage.  It requires the use of boards.  Best of luck, Magic Yo Yo."
Jul 30
Magicyoyo replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"Why? What`s the purpose of using a board? "
Jul 30
Mike Shepherd replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"You would not use Mylar with a toploader.  You would use it with a board, the same way that you would store a comic."
Jul 30
James replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
Jul 29
B. Anderson replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"What is this sheet of mylar of which you speak to put in a toploader? Please be specific and provide an example. I have many autographs I keep in Avery heavyweight acid-free sleeves in binders, and some are in toploaders, but most are in…"
Jul 29
marc e replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"ive had silber paint pens last for 330 years thart are great the only problem was they could explode"
Jul 29
James replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"Yes, it depends on the surface.  Silver paint pen is light years better on basketballs and footballs than black sharpie.  Black sharpie on those two surfaces will easily fade over time or be absorbed by the surface.  If you’ve…"
Jul 29
Mike Shepherd replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"A silver Sharpie should hold up fine.  It should not break or smear.  It could, however, stick to the inside of a toploader.  I agree with Eric.  Use Mylar to protect your collection."
Jul 29
Eric Keith Longo replied to Magicyoyo's discussion How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?
"It depends on type and brand. Roger Waters used a silver Deco Color pen to sign my Wall DVD and that has held up fine and I expect it to continue to do so. It is not a paint pen like some - but sticking is always a possibility so a sheet of Mylar…"
Jul 29
Magicyoyo posted a discussion

How`s a silver pen autograph preservation over time compare to a black/blue pen?

I have heard silver pen doesn`t enjoy very good reputation.The silver autograph is easily scrubbed, broken into pieces, hard to dry once got signed..but still it looks so good on a dark surface and it has been so many good movies features in dark theme,and usually it is a dark picture you want to have the actor to sign on it.I am curious how`s your experience preserving a silver autograph?Do they dry out and broken into pieces? easily to smear off ?See More
Jul 29
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