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Norway Beatles exhibition possible fake
« on: April 14, 2012, 12:53:37 AM »

The Foreigner
April 14, 2012
Norway Beatles exhibition possible fake

The “Get Back” Beatles exhibition at Trondheim’s Rockheim rock and pop museum featuring items involving Statoil is counterfeit, leading memorabilia experts claim.German-born Bavarian Beatles web-shop owner Frank Seltier, who has been working with Beatles memorabilia for 25 years, alleges most of the autographs on several album covers and guitars and framed photographs are “extremely bad forgeries.”“The letters are completely different to how they should be. Some of the albums from the '60s are signed with a felt-tipped pen. I’ve never seen signatures by The Beatles from that period using this,” Mr Seltier, reportedly acknowledged as one of Europe’s foremost experts, says to Adresseavisen.

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Re: Norway Beatles exhibition possible fake
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2012, 11:40:57 PM »

Examiner
April 18, 2012
Authenticity of signatures on Beatles exhibit questioned by some experts

A Norwegian exhibit of autographed Beatles albums will remain open amid questions about authenticity of the signatures, the gallery says."Get Back -- Signed the Beatles", being exhibited by Rockheim in Norway, has been criticized by several Beatles autograph experts who say many or all of the signatures are fakes.

http://www.examiner.com/article/authenticity-of-signatures-on-beatles-exhibit-questioned-by-some-experts
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