Anekdoten des Autors und auf welche Art er zu seiner Sammlung von Autogrammen kam, z.B. jenen von Peter von Serbien, Sultan von Sansibar, Eduard Benesch, Papst Pius XI, Hindenburg, Brüning, Atatürk, Gandhi...
If you ever hope to buy a President Lyndon Johnson signature, or own a Lyndon Johnson photograph, this is the book to own. If Mr. Bridges had done no more than publish the chapter entitled ?Signature Study, ? this book would be a must for ever dealer in presidential autographs and every collector. But that chapter is only 36 pages in a work of 250.
This is an educational study of the early handwriting of Ronald Reagan and his mother, Nelle Reagan. It was discovered by the authors that many collectors and dealers were unable to teil the difFerence between the two handwritings. The authors primary objective is that after reading this study, even a novice will have the knowledge to look at what is reported to be a letter written by Ronald Reagan and be able to discern whether the letter was written by the hand of Ronald Reagan or his mother.
In this general introduction to the principles of authentication, Nickell provides readers with step-by-step explanations of the science used to detect falsified documents, photographs, and other objects.(The University Press of Kentucky, 2009)