So you're on the hunt for a genuine Carpenters autograph. A record hand signed by Karen and Richard at a concert,
or maybe a promotional photo. Or perhaps you already have one, and would like to know if it is genuine. Here is the
place to find out. The following are many different examples of Karen and Richard Carpenter's autographs. Don't
despair if yours doesn't match these exactly- their signatures changed a little over the years, particularly Karen's.
Unfortunately there are people out there who try to pass off forgeries as genuine autographs, mostly on eBay. The main
thing to keep an eye out for when investing your money in a Carpenters autograph is whether it looks fluent. Does it look
like the writer has stopped in the middle of letter, as if they are attempting to copy off something? Another indication can
be the number of bids on an auction. If an autograph has a low price and few or no bids, chances are that other buyers also
know it's a fake. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
I am more than happy to help with evaluating Carpenters autographs, or answer any questions you might have.
Please note: This is intended solely as a guide. I cannot be held responsible for purchases of items based on the information provided on this page.
If you are at all in doubt about any autograph you are considering purchasing, please email me first with any questions and I will do my best to answer them.
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