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We would like to introduce ourselves to you, and let you know what we are doing to help you, and the collectable autograph industry. When selling an autograph, it is hard to prove that your item is real to the buying public, especially with fake autographs out selling genuine autographs these days. The problem is people that fake autographs, can easily fake Certificates of Authenticity, and can even get a picture of themselves with the star, and use the picture repetitively to suggest that the autograph is real. This will make an impact on all Autograph dealers, especially since a seller of fake autographs has lower costs, and will sell for a lot less than a dealer selling the genuine article. And when an autograph looks real, and costs less than anywhere else, the buying public will go for the cheaper with out knowing any different.
We have set up an online Registration Database to protect both the dealers of Authentic Autographs, as well as the buying public.
We currently work with a lot of Sport stars, and have worked very closely with the England 1966 World cup team, Frank Bruno, Pele, Sir Henry Cooper, as well as other Sports and Non-Sport Stars.
How does it all work?
Authenticated Autographs attend both Private Signings and public signings, so that we witness the signing, and can register each autograph on the registry database. The following information about the autograph is entered onto the database.
- Registration #
- Name of Signer
- Type of item signed
- Type of writing device used
- Where item was signed
- Date item was signed
- Picture of autograph
The information is then loaded online, and the information for your autograph can be retrieved by entering in the Unique ‘AA’ code for the autograph.
Are you arranging a private or pubic signing, and would like more information on how you can protect your investment, and give your customers peace of mind in knowing what they have purchased is 100% authentic? Please contact us for further information.