With the Gel pen not making it's way into the world until 1984, it strikes me as odd that not only do all of these albums appear to be signed by one, but they even appear to be signed by the same set of three of four.
These albums cover a broad time span, it's hard to believe so many artist, for so many years, used these same pens.
But, I'm no expert; perhaps their just very popular pens with entertainers.
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Date of Birth:
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Although I'm not an expert in Autographs, as autographsamerica frequently points out, I can't help but question the signatures of Glen Frey and Don Henley.
It would appear that in a short period of time, their signatures changed drastically. Mine hasn't changed in 20 years.
The Long Run
Even stranger is that these two albums span six year apart, yet the ink they were signed with appears to be the same.
If they were signed at the same time, why don't the signatures match? Maybe an expert can explain it to me?
The Long Run
Goodbye was Recorded in Late 1968 and Released in Early 1969, after the Band had Broken Up
Vintage Promotional Image With Printed Signature of Florence Ballard
Mary Wilsons Signature From Her Website
Same Album Found on Competing Site - Same Ink, Different Signatures!
Found on I Rock 'N Roll.com
Joey Ramone died of lymphoma on April 15, 2001 in New York. Dee Dee Ramone was found dead at his Hollywood home on June 5, 2002 following a heroin overdose, only two months after the Ramones were inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame. Johnny Ramone died of prostate cancer on September 15, 2004 in Los Angeles, California.
Neils Signature as Shown on StarMarks.net
Jerome John "Jerry" Garcia (August 1, 1942 – August 9, 1995)
Info: Singer/songwriter, hits include "Without You" (which he didn't write) and "Jump into the Fire" (which he did), he also had a hit with (but didn't write) the song "Everybody's Talkin'" which was the theme song to the movie "Midnight Cowboy", he also wrote the story and music for the animated movie "The Point" about a little boy named Oblio