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I showed the two plaques, the AUTHENTIC Alan Flyng one he asked to see photos of and the Alan Flyng plaque he sold, to my coworker who used to deal with autographs and authenticating. He said if you examine the letters and strokes, they do not look like the same person signed them. He said there are a lot of inconsistencies across the two, but he used one as an example... He used the "F" in his last name as that example. The real one is more of a loop stroke at the top and is done in one continuous stroke, with no breaks. The other one in question does not have that loop up top and looks to be broken into two separate strokes. (see below)As a person who bought one of these plaques (Alan Flyng) on 12/6, I have questions...
So he said the one he sold looks fake and he would recommend getting your money back.