Is this signature in pencil or ink? It has always been my understanding that Rommel signed everything in his indelible pencil.
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Yes I've heard that too, William. It is in pencil.
This one stands a much better chance of being an original example than the other pieces shown recently Luke. The pattern, especially in the letter "o", seems good, as do the "m's", which in original examples should always resemble "w's".
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Thank you, Carl. I've always liked it but was a little afraid to hear opinions on it. I would never just go out and buy something like this again without proper knowledge. I really like the photo. I don't think I've seen this picture anywhere else before.