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Anyone familiar with this authenticator?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes on Saturday. 5 Replies

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Good Grief, Charley Brown.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Sep 25. 2 Replies

The active members of this forum could collectively settle the US debt (the $20 trillion it's purported to be, not the $150 trillion it really is) if we could get this much for this caliber of…Continue

Mantle signed ball for $6500?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Sep 22. 4 Replies

Why? Other than simply the whimsical, exponentially optimistic plucking of an unrealistically ambitious number from out of the blue, am I missing something here?…Continue

Babe Ruth?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Woody2Shoes Aug 24. 22 Replies

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Woody2Shoes replied to nicholas pansini's discussion My Mick Jagger Autograph.
9 hours ago
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
"Well, if you change your mind about acquiring a Norris and instead opt for Chuck Mouse instead, know we know where you can pick the Mouse instead of the Norris! :8-O"
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to John D.'s discussion Ebay seller: on-the-wall-autographs
"Turbo-lister. Prepped beforehand and launched simultaneously. A horrible way to market items. A referred method is to fan your items out so there is a proportional amount of them closing each day, around the clock if listing BIN. If you're…"
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
"After seeing this and others, I wonder if there are any pieces submitted that Beckett has failed to judge authentic."
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
"I'm not Chuck, so I can't begin to imagine what may have beguiled him to abandon his typical mode of signing if and when he penned this, but I dare say I'm positive I've never been afflicted with the same…"
Tuesday
Woody2Shoes replied to Judge Nutmeg's discussion Giraffes were created when Chuck Norris uppercutted a horse. - Is this signed photo genuine?
Monday
Woody2Shoes replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion Anyone familiar with this authenticator?
"We did touch on that! If eBay had a bat just scanning autographed items for simple plausibility alone, the bat would have hit the listing purge button after a glance. Sad that they did away with some type of supervision, but it certainly…"
Saturday
Christopher Williams replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion Anyone familiar with this authenticator?
"I agree also.  Someone wasted $475.00 on that crap. It once again it proves how easy it is to sell forgeries on Ebay with Ebay so heavily-populated with delusional autograph collectors."
Nov 18
Timothy Gordon replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion Anyone familiar with this authenticator?
"I agree with Woody. Looks like an Elementary School kid signed it. Someone was trying to make it look like, there was a PSA Card with it. Got the Colors and Looks down. (Red, white and Blue).."
Nov 17
Woody2Shoes replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion Anyone familiar with this authenticator?
"I can't make out any ID on the sticker/card/whatever. The signature is real amateur hour."
Nov 17
Eric K Longo replied to Woody2Shoes's discussion Anyone familiar with this authenticator?
"Does it say anything? Nor liking signature."
Nov 17
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Nov 17
Woody2Shoes replied to Ashley Whittingham Samuel's discussion Donald Trump autograph: Authentic or autopen?
"#1 and #2 here are identical (I imagine that's a different view of the same piece?). However either #1 or #2 (might be the same piece) are not identical to #3. Far from it."
Nov 17
Woody2Shoes replied to Marshall W.'s discussion Lou Costello, Lucille Ball, Milton Berle signatures worth sending to psa?
"Give 'em Hell, Harry! :)"
Nov 17

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Collector, Fan
What brings you to Autograph Live?
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 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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