Michael Jackson signature, notice the “L” in Michael, looks like a big circle. It seems the forger was too stupid to know the circle is the “L.”
Thank you to Steve from AML for pointing out the two “L’s”:-
In our opinion, by this we mean TeamMichaelJackson not Steve. the thriller jacket sold for $1.8 million is a forgery, shame Juliens auctions did not pick up on this.
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More examples of the 2012 Julien-Tompkins/Bush catalog signature style ($1.8M Thriller jacket style); courtesy of Wendy:-
Juliens auction Icons and Idols December 3rd, 2010
Lot 589 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BAD ERA POSTER. Sold for $5,000. http://www.julienslive.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/11/lot/1732/
Lot 608 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY POSTER FROM DUBLIN. Sold for $1,920.
This is a genuine signture sold by Dr Klein
Lot 605 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR POSTER. Sold for $1,920.
Lot 610 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY MAGAZINE CUTOUT. Sold for $1,625.
Lot 602 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR MAGAZINE CUTOUT. Sold for $1,375.
Note: You can currently purchase an UNsigned one of these adverts (along with the advert above this one) on eBay for $5.00-5.50
Lot 578 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED TIME MAGAZINE POSTER. Sold for $1,600.
Lot 611 – MICHAEL JACKSON SET OF CONCERT DRESSING ROOM DOOR CARDS. Sold for $640.
Lot 614 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BANNER. Sold for $3,000.
Note: An UNsigned one of these banners just did NOT sell on eBay for $10.00 (and that included auction ‘extras’ of 4 postcards). So the point is, the signature alone sold for $2,900
Lot 616 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED BANNER. Sold for $3,000.
Lot 615 – MICHAEL JACKSON DANCER COSTUME MADE FOR SOUL TRAIN AWARDS. Sold for $5,000.
Lot 600 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED HISTORY TOUR POSTER. Sold for $3,750.
Lot 551 – MICHAEL JACKSON SIGNED T-SHIRT FEATURING MICKEY MOUSE. Sold for $1,250. http://www.julienslive.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/11/lot/2388/
The above are just a few samples, this type of style is present in many items auctioned by Juliens
From Tompkins & Bush Collection auction of December 2nd 2012
Lot 852 sold for $11,250
Lot 713: Sold for $26,880
Lot 977, sold for $7,680 which looks a lot like the autograph in the lining of the Thriller jacket:
These are more items from the auction of Dec 2nd 2012 without the two “L’s” with similar signing styles
We are absolutely disgusted at Juliens Auctions, you would think they would have some kind of authentication process in place!! But instead all they have is Lies, they have taken millions of dollars from those that trusted them. Click here to read their response..
And here, Darren Julien says its NOT a Standee
Plenty more if you click the Juliens Auctions tab at the top.
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