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Woody2Shoes's Discussions

Stan Lee signature Madness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Twad Nov 16, 2018. 1 Reply

Can this seller possibly think that this is what a Stan Lee signature looks like from any stage in Stan's life?…Continue

I've been seeing this Batman card

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cory Clarkson Apr 19, 2018. 3 Replies

signed by Adam West on Ebay for months. Any chance of it being genuine?…Continue

 

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Woody2Shoes replied to Bob Zielenski's discussion Purchased by my late father-- Kill Bill Movie Poster signed by 16 of cast
"I agree, Erik, with the 1 hand, 2 pens, possibly a third pen. There are tendencies common to all the signatures, the forger imparted his own handwriting into each signature and also signed them all in the same sitting, one after the other."
Wednesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Joey Farino's discussion Babe Ruth auto good
"I've been looking, but I still can't find the authentic Ruth signature that bears an exact or real close resemblance to the characteristics of this one. Also, the reason why my first question was about scale; business card or cropped…"
Apr 7
Woody2Shoes replied to Joey Farino's discussion Babe Ruth auto good
"Eric wrote: "to trim this signature in this fashion - why? The letterhead/hotel name(cache) literally gets top billing and more devoted space. This makes me nervous." Yes. It has an "artificial" look to it, in the way that a…"
Apr 6
Woody2Shoes replied to Craig Ellis's discussion Opinion on this Stan Lee Autograph? Please
"PSA will more than likely authenticate it. The odds of their green-lighting it is abundantly in your favor; like 80% or so that they will. It's the type of Lee, with certain characteristics, that they almost always green light. I would have it…"
Apr 6
Woody2Shoes replied to Craig Ellis's discussion Opinion on this Stan Lee Autograph? Please
"I understand your concern. Same as mine, I'll wager, the two piece "St". I can't say that I've ever seen an authentic Lee with a separate 'S' and 't' stroke, each letter standing alone. Now this is a…"
Apr 5
Woody2Shoes replied to Joey Farino's discussion Babe Ruth auto good
"It does look very good. Almost too good. It's Ruth's signature, no doubt about that. My concerns are: 1) Placement and angle. It's almost perfect. I don't think I could place my own signature in a more geographically perfect spot…"
Apr 5
Woody2Shoes replied to Joey Farino's discussion Babe Ruth auto good
"Is this a business card, or the top portion of Hotel stationary. I assume it's the latter, but as there's nothing to scale it against and no mention of size, I wanted to ask first."
Apr 5
Woody2Shoes replied to Sgt Pepper 1959's discussion Walt Disney Autograph
"Yes. Like 95/5 heavy. This should be green lit by all the reputable authenticators. Beautiful piece."
Apr 4
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel McGee's discussion Star Wars cast signed bad or good??
"Sadly, my estimate would be that many pieces like this wind up being an impulse purchase, with the best intentions, as a gift for someone they think will love it. Without research or much thought about it, bought with the heart instead of the…"
Mar 28
Woody2Shoes replied to D R's discussion Joe D — thoughts?
"Another point where the pen was lifted, the track halted, and then a restart, right in the middle of the 'a', which does make it appear like it has an extra 270 degrees of loop in there."
Mar 27
Woody2Shoes replied to D R's discussion Joe D — thoughts?
"I agree. The feathering of the ink is uneven, indicating stoppages or slowing as the ink is dispensed into the track. Also, it's a 2-part 'M'. The M starts, stops, the pen lifted, and then the track continues with a second stroke from…"
Mar 27
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx Cut
"The problem I'm having with the Foxx is not so much a technical one because this one is nearly a textbook example, aside from the momentary correction of the telemetry of the pen at he bottom of the J, where it looks uncharacteristically…"
Mar 24
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx Cut
""Do you feel that I can purchase with confidence?" To be perfectly honest? I'd pass and opt to stick to a "run of the mill", more "normal" looking Williams sigs. This is a cut, not a pic or a ball, and I'm…"
Mar 23
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx Cut
"Ahhhhh. There it is. Nilliams. And that explains my misinterpreting the end of the "W" for a too tall start of the I, because that slash was part of the "W", not the start if the 'i'. This exemplar clears it up…"
Mar 23
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx Cut
"Not really closer. There's no mistaking that one for a W.  Although there are those here that are Williams guys and I'm not, of the thousands I've seen over the years, I've never seen the "Nilliams", or what that…"
Mar 23
Woody2Shoes replied to Daniel S.'s discussion Ted Williams, Jimmie Foxx Cut
"Daniel, the Williams looks odd to me. No matter how hard I try to read/see "Williams", I'm seeing "Nilliams". I don't remember any period in Williams career when his "W" was as nebulous as this, appearing here…"
Mar 22

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Collector, Fan
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Hits on google for different site articles
Who can we thank for telling you about Autograph Live?
Goodle
What do you collect, or want to collect?
Sports, History/Politics, Books/Literature, Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
Interests are too vast to mention! lol
What is your level of expertise?
Advanced Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
The ones that were signed for me, in my presence.
Why do you collect?
Ink brings you a bit closer to your icons
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Moses

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At 5:57pm on January 30, 2019, Christian Peluso said…

No problem I know your are very knowledgeable about autographs. If you can, I posted a Stan Musial ball that I’ve been looking at, comes with a store coa, which means nothing to me. It’s posted on the authenticity opinions thread. If you can let me what your think I would very much appreciate it 

At 9:45pm on July 24, 2017, Eric K. Longo said…

Hi Woody,

Regarding the Bowie in question I find it a forgery. What say you?

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At 11:07am on July 23, 2017, Joe W. said…

I definitely won't be the last! It is obvious from your comments that you have a keen understanding of the hobby and will be a welcomed asset to this community. Your insights are on target and brought a smile to my face. Thanks.

 
 
 

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