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Posted by LadyLeslie

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      This thread shows samples of Paul and Linda's autographs done over the years.  Thought it would be helpful so if people are collecting autographs they can see what is authentic and what is fake, and not be taken in by dubious dealers.

      The Maccaboard's guidelines prohibit advertising for current items that are for sale, so no links will be posted.  Most of the photos posted in this thread will be of autographs that are no longer available for purchase.

      MPL birthday card, signed by Paul and Linda (circa 1990-1992)

      Front of birthday card

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                      Love that pic on the front of the birthday card! *steals*

                        Nancy R wrote:

                        Love that pic on the front of the birthday card! *steals*

                        Yeah, loved seeing that photo!

                        This is a hand tracing and autograph that Paul did for Music Life Magazine in 1965.  Each of the other Beatles did one too

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                          "Go veggie,

                          Love

                          Linda McCartney"

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                            Photo credit: vintagelyss on instagram

                              Autographed 12 inch drum head... (this may sound dumb, but-- I don't know if I'd like Paul's face on the top of a drum.... anytime you pick up the drumsticks and start jamming would seem like you're hitting him on the head!  lol Hopefully it's just a cover lol

                                Paul's entry in the 2015 Grammys signature book... don't think it looks a thing like him!

                                  Baseball signed by Paul and other Beatles after last concert at Candlestick Park, San Francisco, August 1969

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                                    I have been trying to get my McCartney autographs authenticated by a reputable recognized individual or company, without any luck. I got them signed by the man himself at concerts so I know they're real. They're not for sale but I still would like to get it done. Does anyone have any ideas?  Thanks

                                      forget 64 wrote:

                                      I have been trying to get my McCartney autographs authenticated by a reputable recognized individual or company, without any luck. I got them signed by the man himself at concerts so I know they're real. They're not for sale but I still would like to get it done. Does anyone have any ideas?  Thanks

                                      PSA would be one company that everyone agree is highly reputable.  https://www.psacard.com/That being said, you'd have to send the items to them, and personally, that wouldn't be worth it.   Top of my bucket list is a photo with him, I don't care about an autograph.   I know many people here have had that opportunity, and congratuations to them, but the odds are next to impossible that I ever will.

                                        forget 64 wrote:

                                        I have been trying to get my McCartney autographs authenticated by a reputable recognized individual or company, without any luck. I got them signed by the man himself at concerts so I know they're real. They're not for sale but I still would like to get it done. Does anyone have any ideas?  Thanks

                                        I did a quick Google for you  and found this older thread which is interesting; includes a story about someone who was supposedly a great authenticator but who first told a guy that his autograph (obtained in person) was not real. 

                                        https://live.autographmagazine.com/forum/topics/where-to-go-to-authenticate-beatles-autographs

                                         

                                          forget 64 wrote:

                                          I have been trying to get my McCartney autographs authenticated by a reputable recognized individual or company, without any luck. I got them signed by the man himself at concerts so I know they're real. They're not for sale but I still would like to get it done. Does anyone have any ideas?  Thanks

                                          At The Fest For Beatles Fans, a friend of mine took a photo of my Beatles autographs to Jeff Augsburger. I knew that it looked as if John’s signature was real and that he signed the other three’s signatures (they often did that) Jeff agreed that John’s was real. Then he got a card from Heritage Auctions. Contact Giles Moon. GilesM@HA.com. 

                                          P.S. In 7th grade (1967) this girl said her dad was a pilot for United Airlines and got their signatures. They were on the back of a United Airlines memo sheet. She sold them to me for $2!! Jeff said it was worth $8,000-$10,000!!

                                            LadyLeslie wrote:

                                            Autographed 12 inch drum head... (this may sound dumb, but-- I don't know if I'd like Paul's face on the top of a drum.... anytime you pick up the drumsticks and start jamming would seem like you're hitting him on the head!  lol Hopefully it's just a cover lol

                                             

                                             

                                            You never would be hitting the front of a drum head. 😉

                                             

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