|Daft Tron Wrote:if you only had a COA then this would be complete otherwise it's like All other sigs, of worth no value other than personal. Sorry to be the bearer of such information but you were bound to find out sooner or later anyhow.|
Uhh, I think that with or without the COA, your statement is correct. IE, even with a "valid COA" , the value of this piece is mostly sentimental and personal. [What the heck is a valid COA anyway?!? Oh yeah, some "independent" 3rd party vouches for the authenticity of some something, a signature or whatever...]
I always laugh when people throw around "COA"'s, because I've seen a lot of fake COA's as well. In the case of Falty's cool signed poster in a frame, Mr. Boxleitner has NEVER been stingy with his signature, so with or without a COA, most people would be comfortable believing that the signature "is real". And a COA isn't "required" if you were around to see the signature happening, unless your whole purpose is to resell anyways. Granted, Falty probably "bought" this from someone, but "fake sig" or not (and it's MUCH harder for me to believe this could possibly be a fake knowing Mr. Boxleitner's signing habits), this is damn cool.