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From the White House Inkwell

From the White House Inkwell

Individuals buying documents allegedly signed by U.S. presidents should buy this book to learn of when certain presidents stopped signing certain types of presidential documents. Presidents were required to sign land grants, but after signing a few Pres.

From the President`s Pen

From the President`s Pen

An Illustrated Guide to Presidential Autographs

Free Franks and Autographs of the War Department and the Army

Free Franks and Autographs of the War Department and the Army

Free Franks and Autographs of the War Department and the Army, 1789-1860 by Grover Hinds. Published by Grover Hinds, 1994. SB, 75pp,
Film Autographs 1894-1941

Film Autographs 1894-1941

More than a thousand of signatures of actors

Fisching for Forgeries - Chess Autographs

Fisching for Forgeries - Chess Autographs

A must have guide for Chess and Bobby Fischer autograph collector's

Filografska zbirka Ljudskega muzeja Rogaška Slatina

Filografska zbirka Ljudskega muzeja Rogaška Slatina 
uredil in zbral] Nani Poljanec, ljudski ustvarjalec ; preslikave Foto Zorin, Vito Korbar

"Zbirka originalnih podpisov znamenitih osebnosti"-- Page 9.

Includes bibliographical references (page 128) and index.

Forging Ahead

Forging Ahead

The True Story of the Upward Progress of Thomas James Wise Prince of Book Collectors, Bibliographer Extraordinary and Otherwise
Fundamentals of autograph collecting

Fundamentals of autograph collecting

terminology & abbreviations, forms of autographs frequently collected, the preservation & housing of autograph collections
Forging History: The Detection of Fake Letters and Documents

Forging History: The Detection of Fake Letters and Documents

Focusing on three of the most skilful and notorious forgeries of modern times, Kenneth W. Rendell demonstrates that the authentication of historical documents and letters depends on analysis rather than intuition. Rendell begins by showing the reader paired examples of writing of historical figures (such as George Washington, Richard Wagner and Calvin Coolidge) and then demonstrating which of each pair is genuine and which forged.