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Article about: Hello to everyone, I know what you're thinking : "Sigh, once more does someone ask about Hitler signature, even if that can hardly be authentified online". I'm aware of this proble

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    Hello to everyone,

    I know what you're thinking : "Sigh, once more does someone ask about Hitler signature, even if that can hardly be authentified online".
    I'm aware of this problem but to amass nonetheless opinions of eagle-eyed veterans of collecting still appears relevant to me.

    This postcard was recently found in a photo album in Germany, according to the seller. The signature seems to have faded as time flew, which could be a good sign of historicity. Uncertainty remains anyway.
    Would you be so kind as to help me on that costly one ?

    [img(442px,669px)]http://nsa39.casimages.com/img/2018/04/10/180410061047368985.jpg[/img]
    [img(669px,442px)]http://nsa39.casimages.com/img/2018/04/10/180410061047624805.jpg[/img]
    [img(442px,669px)]http://nsa39.casimages.com/img/2018/04/10/180410061047876953.jpg[/img]
    [img(442px,669px)]http://nsa39.casimages.com/img/2018/04/10/180410061047305868.jpg[/img]

    Thank you !

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    Sorry, not yet used to warrelics's machinery

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    No one ?

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    A bit outside of my area of interest but, I'll make a few comments. I'm willing to believe the postcard is authentic. I assume the darker tone of the first image is the correct tone. That's important as it effects colour of the ink. To my eye that is a hand signed signature, and not a stamp. Stamped signatures in the 1930's were common, Hollywood stars used them for mailed fan autographs. You can see the darker spot where the pen nib rests. In general terms it looks like Hitler's signature, but not beyond a skilled forger. But it could be genuine. Hitler often did sign autographs for his adoring fans. What you could do is try to date the photo, I would guess mid 1930's, and then compare known Hitler signatures to that same time period. Does the signature style match the period photo was taken? Not a perfect method but it may help.

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    Sorry for my slow reply, and thank you for having taken the time to write one. Even though it's not your collecting field, your remarks are helpful, pertinent and rather reassuring.
    Actually, I was wondering if any specialist of writings and historical documents able to deliver a certificate of authentification could give his green or red light without having the card in hands

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    "From what I can see the signature of Hitler in my opinion appears to be original . Has the right heavy ink in the right places and is typical of his signature. Regards Don BOYLE"

    Allowing myself to repost here, for the artistry and posterity, the response I had the pleasure and relief to receive from one - if not the - authority in the field of authentication of IIIrd Reich's personality signatures.

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