I didn’t know about your www.autograph-market.com website. I have visited it several times now and find it very interesting. So much useful information.
Me myself has just started collecting autographs. In fact, the Stan Laurell/Oliver Hardy and Charlie Chaplin autographs I bought from you were only my 2th and 3th autographs.
The first one I bought was this summer in Las Vegas. It was supposed to be an autograph from the artist Prince who died in 2016 (I was/am a huge fan of him and saw him 7 times in Germany and here in Denmark).
After I came home to Denmark, I started wondering if the autograph from him was real. I found out that the store I bought it has a very bad reputation. Beside that, the autograph was signed on a LP from about 1995 and Prince stopped signing in the early nineties. Other than that the signature didn’t look like his at all and his autograph is extremely rare. Therefore I know now that the autograph is fake.
I gave about 1.100 dollars for it – the place I bought was a place called Antiquities of Nevada: . In a matter of fact, they still sell fake Prince autographs
After that “experience” I decided to do everything I could not to make the same mistake again. It is a jungle out there and in my search for 100% reliable autograph dealers I found your name/website It is of such a great value not to have to think about if the autographs are real – I can just look at them and enjoy them without thinking about their authenticity.
Sorry for my long email to you but I just wanted to share my experience with you as a novice autograph collector