Your thoughts on this Himmler signature!
I would like to hear any of your thoughts on this signature of Himmler. I have been looking at this one for a while, and would love to see if anyone could shed some daylight as to the authenticity of this signature. Thanks for any help you can give me!
07-17-2015 05:04 AM
They guy loved his green pencil... I'm no Graphologist, but the H and i join nicely. Angle on the H lines is nice, the loop on the l, and the vertical line on the last r appear to be correct as well.
Ihr Himmler would be - Yours, Himmler. I've seen other examples where he signed this, or ihr getreuer (yours truly).
What else do you know about it?
No, sorry, but this is not a period example in my opinion. There are numerous errors with regards to the accuracy of the signature.
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Do you mind including those examples?to many people say something is bad, and dont include the reasons. I am here to learn, what is wrong with it in your opinion? Thanks your your assistance.
I don't have mine in front of me to compare to but this one looks sloppy. Also I usually see his signatures as being nice and tight and in a straight line. This one does not look like it was signed with confidence and is curved.
Not a scientific response and could be wrong. Just my observations.
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I agree with Carl and Map, this is not a period H.H signature. His style of writing is far more rigid and strait than this example.
thanks for the input guys!
I recommend looking for an official document signed by Himmler rather than simply a signature on an otherwise blank sheet of paper...
They're out there, friend...Good luck with your search!
I'm with MAP, severe lack of confidence in pressure.
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