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DETERMINE. the Price of your Autograph Submission. SELECT. the Submission Form For Your Order Type. (1) Autographed Item. (2) Autograph Encapsulation. REVIEW. the PSA Packaging Guidelines. DETERMINE. your Shipping Charges.
The most recognizable authentication companies include Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), James Spence Authentication (JSA), and Autograph Certification Experts (ACE). It's a good idea to go with one of these companies, as you want a recognizable company to authenticate your autograph.
Through a magnifying glass, you will be able to see more ink on the edges of the lines than in the middle. Look for autographs printed by machines that may have an unnaturally "smooth" effect. Check the color of the ink. If you've decided that the paper is likely genuine, look at the ink.
Turn it upside down. The best way to compare a signature is to turn it upside down. Beware stamped signatures. Fake autographs are often mechanically reproduced. Look closely at the ink. Pull out your magnifying glass and look for visual clues. Look for "robotic" tell-tale signs.
How can I tell if an autograph is genuine? Autographs are commonly sold with Certificates of Authenticity (COA) or letters of authenticity (LOAs). COAs and LOAs can offer assurance that an autograph is genuine, but you need to be sure the authenticator is reputable.
"The percentage of fake autographs being sold on eBay ones that do not already include third-party authentication behind them is easily 50 percent or more," he said in an email. The Bible allegedly signed by Trump came with a certificate of authenticity, the listing said.
Fake autographs are often mechanically reproduced. Run your thumb over the signature, particularly its outline. If it's flat, then the "autograph" is likely to be a facsimile. Alternatively, if you can feel the texture of the ink on top of the page, you know it has been added afterwards.
Certificate of Authenticity. It means proof that the item is authentic or verified.
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