can seem to see the pictures mate.
Same here nothing showing.
Even without seeing it I can tell you that fakes and prints of hitlers signature are all over the place, unless it is on a well documented memo or award I would not touch one with a ten foot pole., there is just way too much doubt and maybe its real to spend a large amount of money on one. If every random piece of paper with his auto on it was real that meant he sat around all day for years just signing random pieces of paper. Just my two cents.
There's no way to tell if it's authentic from a photograph. An autograph certification company might be able to do that for you, but I have no idea how much it costs or which companies/individuals are reliable.
Here is the postcard about which jobrien837 is inquiring (the link works for me):
In my opinion, it looks like a period photo/postcard, but the signature is anyone's guess.
Send me 100 bucks and I will tell you its real!
I would Like it to be real, and the fact that Don Boyle gave it a thumbs up is even better, but to authenticate a fountain pen ink signature from a flat online photo is trying to achieve the near impossible. If I were shown this photo, I would have wondered it it were an ink stamp from it's online appearance, but when examined in person, such as Don Boyle apparently has, it must, I'm sure, appear much differently. What are you inquiring about this photo for? Are you looking to sell it or simply an authentication or what?
(and, yes, the link works for me as well)
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
later in the war 1 of his staff signed for him,he was to shakey.