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How do you check to see if your certificate of authenticity is real?
How do you get a Certificate of Authenticity for an autographed item that confirms the autograph is real?
Getting a COA Two of the top, and most trusted authenticators are PSA/DNA http://www.psadna.com, and James Spence Authentic (JSA) http://www.spenceloa.com. Collectors w…ill pay more for signatures authenticated by either one. They both do business through the mail, and also travel across the country. Check their websites for their show schedule for when they might be in your area. Before you spend money be sure that they are not facsimile signatures. A lot of people mistaken facsimile signature which are printed on, as opposed to authentic hand signed signatures. If the signatures are signed with a felt pen for example, the ink will tend to be heavier at points where the pen started, stopped or slowed while signing. With facsimile signatures the ink will trend to be more uniform throughout. I will leave a link on this page to read more.
PSA/DNA or JSA . An autograph that is not authenticated by a creditable company could sell at half the market value or less. Two of the top, and most trusted authenticators… are PSA/DNA, and James Spence Authentic (JSA). Collectors will pay more for signatures authenticated by either one. It may sound odd but in some cases PSA/DNA, and JSA authenticated signatures may sell higher than a Letter of authenticity from an unknown or less trusted authenticator that witnessed the signing even though PSA/DNA, and JSA did not. It's just a matter of collectors trust, and collectors will pay more for it.. Check the respective websites Show Schedule to see if they will be in the area that you live. They also do business through the mail. I will leave a link below for both websites.
Yes, most of them do.
It is virtually impossible to trace Cartier serial numbers as many dealers fail to register the watch when they sell them. Additionally if the watch was not sold in the …Continent you are trying to trace it in then Cartier will not have a record for the watch unless they've had the watch in for service.
COA . Certificate of Authenticity - Also known as COA - A statement of the genuineness of an item (often an autograph), printed on a piece of paper, thin cardboard, that… is furnished to the buyer by the seller. Certificates of authenticity can be issued by the seller or a third party authentication service. The validity of the certificate of authenticity depends upon the integrity and knowledge of the seller or authentication service. . For more information on other baseball collectible terms visit the link I left below "Glossary Of Baseball Collectible Terms"
Dennis Brown Passport#153105347 Is this passport valid?
Call your local Coach store or find a number for one online and they can tell you if its real or not.
check with your state or municipal authority. most states require a statue or ordinance to erect any kind of sign......................................
One answer: But we have. Repeatedly. Unfortunately, there are a group of people called the Birthers who refuse to accept that the president was born in Hawaii. No matter how …many times reputable people in the government of Hawaii (including two governors, one Republican and one Democratic) or people who personally knew the Obama family in the early 1960s (including the son of the doctor who delivered him when he was born at the hospital in Honolulu) attest to the validity of Mr. Obama's birth certificate, this same group of people insist it's not the "real" birth certificate. But it is. Another answer: "We" in context would seem to be "the citizens of the United States". If so, the question should actually read: "Why can't 300 million people see Obama's real birth certificate?" But additionally, "real" in context would seem to be "A different certificate than the one already seen by the authorities as 'we' feel the one shown already was fake". If so, the question should actually read: "Why can't a third of a billion people personally receive the training to know the difference between a real and forged certificate issued by the government of Hawaii in the nineteen sixties?" To answer that, one takes the amount of time it would take someone to become an forensic document examiner and multiply that by the number of people needing to become that. It so happens that of five universities world wide that have a training program for such, only one is in the United States. Oklahoma State University offers such courses as a post-graduate study in the broader field of Forensic Science in general. After the four year degree, and the two year post-graduate degree, the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Standards) recommends two years apprenticeship under an already trained Forensic Document Examiner. One should also allow for the time needed to develop a knowledge of a specialized area of the field. (In other words, being an expert in today's documents wouldn't make you one in the documents of the nineteen sixties.) So it would take one person six years of college, two years of apprenticeship, and let us say - to be charitable - two years of specialization. (As the ASTM actually recommends two to four years of apprenticeship, that's not a stretch.) In other words, after a decade of study, one would be qualified to tell if a certificate of birth from Hawaii in the nineteen sixties was "real". Now obviously we would not simply multiply that decade by the number of people, as more than one person can take the course at a time. OSU had 32,000 enrolled in 2009, and let us assume - though obviously they never would do this - that given the level of interest in Obama, that they decide to jettison all other academic fields and focus on Forensic Document Examination. If we started in the Fall Semester of 2010, with the first 32,000 citizens, we could get everyone sent through OSU by the year 11,385. Actually, 11,391 A.D., as the last class of 32,000 would need six years like everyone else. Of course, it is regrettable to note that the population of the U.S. may have increased somewhat in the next 10,000 years or so. The U.S. population has - very roughly - increased by five times every 100 years, so in the next 94 centuries, if all stays equal, there will be 126,217,744,835,361, 888,865,876,570,445, 250,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000,000,000 citizens. Approximately. (That's about 126 trillions of 888 trillions of 250 trillions of a trillion of trillions. On the upside, that's still well under a googol!) And after the graduation of each class, they'll all still need the two year apprenticeship and specialty training, which adds 1.2 billion extra years to this (just the original populace) - as you can't have "apprentice classes", it must all be one on one.* In any case, all of the above is why "we" can't see Obama's "real" birth certificate. "We" will have to content ourselves with the fact that those already trained in such matters have seen it, and found it "real", and thus cleared the way for Obama to have been sworn in. *In fairness, if we processed 32,000 Americans per month in an intense 30 day "quickie course" in which only Hawaiian birth documents of the early 1960s were studied, we could shuttle the whole population through in a little under 8 centuries. And if we assumed the other four universities could accomodate 32,000 citizens per month as well, we could conceivably have everyone trained in Hawaiian birth certificates of the 1960s by the year 2166, or about the time of the bicentennial of Obama's birth.
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No. if you needed a certificate of authenticity for each certificate of authenticity, then it would form a never ending chain.
How could a reader check to see if a writer did extensive authentic research prior to writing a nonfiction text?
In the back of many nonfiction books there is a list of all the place where information used in the book was gathered from.
It will vary state by state. Most (all?) states have (supposedly) tamper proof protections designed into their state-issued drivers licenses and ID documents. These can differ… from state to state and some safeguards, for example, might consist of special watermarks imprinted into the document or 3D holograms which cannot be duplicated by commercial printers or computer scanners. For your particular state contact the DMV or law enforcement agency for a list of helpful hints that they distribute to businesses (particularly ABC-licensed establishments) in order to identify fakes.
No, only conspiracy theorists think so.
I wouldn't trust online websites to verify the authenticity. If you want to get a visa card checked, then go to your bank. If you are referring to a visa which all…ows you to work in a different country, then speak to the Home Office.
Kathy purses have a few ways to check their authenticity. The lining is fabric with little purse logos and flowers, and a small tag. The tag of the purse will have the name of… the purse, a small description, and the line it came from on it.
Silver is not magnetic. However, testing this way has its issues as some underlying metals used in the formation of the product and then are coated with silver can also ma…ke the item seem like solid silver. The test should also include other tests to make better comparisons i.e an Ice test. This is where a cube of ice is placed on the silver item (not easy on jewelry and coins) silver has the highest thermal conductivity of any common metal or alloy, though copper is right behind. The ice, if it is silver will start to melt very quickly as silver absorbers room heat quickly