Not convinced by the signature, let down by the quality of the images. I am suspicious of the pixellated details around the signature.
hello BlackCat 1982
Thank you very much for your answer
I will upload the picture again with higher quality, so that you can see better.
The "Adolf" and the "H" of Hitler are looking a bit weird. Never seen such an autograph of Hitler before. Maybe he was drunk?
holaLandser I, jaja hubiese sido muy gracioso observarlo!!
entonces piensas que es falsa?, o quisas firmada por alguna secretaria o ayudante como obsequio intitucional?
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Hello, haha would have been very funny watching !!
then you think it is false ?, or quisas signed by a secretary or assistant as intitucional gift
Without looking at the ink in real life it is hard for me to tell, but every Hitler signature I saw was at the front side of a photography. I am very sceptical because of the weird written letters and the (to me unknown) variation of the "Adolf".
Landser I thank you very much, it is true if you do not have the picture in your hand is difficult to study the inks and special greetings from Argentina!
I am not an expert on signatures, but one thing that I have learned is to look for a non fluid signature. Basically when a forger stops midway through and then continues or goes back over an existing line to start up again. I see a few potential examples of this, the worst of which I have highlighted in red, especially the smallest red circle.
Furthermore, our friend Cristiano has supplied known versions of his signature. While ALL signatures will vary a bit, they should conform closely to known examples. While I see some attributes/letters that are close, I would say that the "itler" in Hitler is way off.
As always, happy to have those with more experience chime in and correct me.
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