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Originally posted by Tattoox:
How's this for authenticating a signed bust?



Which one are you? Big Grin

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Originally posted by Tattoox:
How's this for authenticating a signed bust?



Which one are you? Big Grin

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I'm the pretty one. Wink

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You are really small compared to the 3 others Wink Big Grin
 
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I've been staring at those two women for hours now, but I'm damned if I can see which one's bust is signed Eek

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Authentication, or provenance to give its posh name Wink, can be a killer. I have a piece of artwork I drew back in 1976 that was signed by Elisabeth Sladen in person back in 2002. I cannot prove she signed it but I know it's authentic and wont be parting with it any time soon. Is it valuable or collectable ? To me highly collectable but I couldn't put a price on it:



On the other hand, I have a bronze sculpture of a creature created by Ray Harryhausen that he has autographed on the base. I have a photograph of Ray, myself and the statuette that proves the authenticity...sort of. As the picture doesn't show him actually signing the statue, I cannot prove the autograph is authentic but I can prove the two were together.



As with many things, only I know the true value and facts. Other people just have to trust me.
 
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As with many things, only I know the true value and facts. Other people just have to trust me.


So true, and that is all that really matters. I'm envious that you got to meet Ray. So many outstanding people are now gone. Frown

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I'm envious that you got to meet Ray. So many outstanding people are now gone. Frown
Have a look at my other post in the General Entertainment Discussion section. Ray is still going strong at 92 Smile
 
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