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Old 12-14-2004, 12:42 PM
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Posted By: Darren J. Duet

Could anyone give me advice on the best service for getting historical figure autograph's authenticated? I have an Einstein and would really like to know if it is authentic.

E=mc2, relatively speaking.

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Old 12-14-2004, 12:52 PM
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Posted By: hankron

More than just sports (Spence & Grad), PSA/DNA has reputable and respected historical autograph experts.

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Old 12-14-2004, 01:37 PM
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Posted By: Adam J. Moraine

John Rezkinoff, of University Archives, is a leading authority as well.

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Adam J. Moraine

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Posted By: dennis

http://www.fpgaro.com/ found this service but never used maybe someone has?

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Posted By: DD

If you want it authenticated with intentions of selling it, you can go to rrauction.com. I have consigned with them in the past and they get decent prices on autographs. They will authenticate it before putting in their auction.

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Posted By: prewarsports

I agree. If you send it to an auction house and they take it, they will authenticate it at no charge to you, then sell it, more than likely getting a higher price than you otherwise could get. If they do not think it is real (failed authentication) then you get it back and there is no charge so this is the way to go if you plan on selling it. Your only loss would be postage to them.

If it is for yourself, PSA/DNA has only been doing non-sports for a short time comparatively and I would trust the opinion of an expert in the field of non-sports autographs before them. This is just my opinion though.

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Posted By: Bottom of the Ninth

http://www.uacc.org/dealers/jameslowe.html

The Scriptorium (310) 275-6060 - Beverly Hills, CA. Owner is Chuck Sachs.

My family has been dealing with both of these fine individuals since the early 1980's.

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Posted By: hankron

I don't know who you get looking at your sig, but PSA/DNA has John Rezkinoff and Bob Eaton (of R & R) as examiners of historical signatures. I beleive they hired the two so PSA/DNA could handle more historical stuff.

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Thanks everyone.

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