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Old 11-24-2007, 09:41 PM
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Default A little OT: historical signature

Posted By: David R

This is a little OT but I'm hoping some of you autograph collectors can help. I have a Woodrow Wilson photograph that is signed twice. Once on the photo, which is smeared or bled. There is a second signature on a piece of paper with a note and date saying the President signed the photo but it smeared so he was nice enough to sign again on the paper. The paper is glued to the photo and then there is a hard clear covering over it (almost like very early crude lamination but thicker and much harder - it makes the whole thing completely stiff and looks like it would crack if you bent it). Two questions: (1) who would you use to authenticate (I'm sure it's real) and is it worth it? and (2) does the clear lamination-like covering over the top of it ruin the value?

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David R

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Old 11-25-2007, 07:35 AM
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I would say the value is probably affected based on your description. You could go with one of the big two (PSA/DNA) (JSA). Personally, I always have Rich Davis authenticate my high-value items. He seems to know more about autographs than anyone I've ever dealt with but is more independent and has a lower profile (doesn't advertise).

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