No hand writing expert but the signature doesn't look the same!...
It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.
I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...
The person selling me the signature said he would give me a refund if it is a forgery. Yet he did say he got it from writing to Mr. Ribbentrop.
agree with Gunny they don't look similar.
The signatures are different.
Actually, every signature owner can tell that his signature is genuine and he'd got it from R. v. Ribbentrop, but who can confirm it's the original signature or not, who is an expert? Maybe Ribbentrop, who else? Now he is 94 and 70 years ago his signature could be a bit different...
As for me it's a bit dangerous to collect signatures - so many chances to buy a fake. And you can prove almost nothing.
It is original, I have received multiple autographs from RVR. His signature has changed with his age from the full writing of his name "Rudolf Von Ribbentrop"to "R.Ribbentrop"
It has been that way for around 2-3 years. On rare occasions he will do his full name.