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    Butch Cassidy wanted poster

    I recently found this Butch Cassidy wanted poster, and I was wondering if it was real? Let me know what you think.Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by Mitchell001; Jul 07, 2019 at 02:30 AM.

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    I would have to say no way
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    Why do you think that?

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    Always love finding other similar member finds...

    Read this part of the thread...


    Quote Originally Posted by Clay Diggins View Post
    Cool find!


    It looks like the right paper. The condition isn't very good with the tobacco staining but these things are pretty rare. Two things set off little questions in my mind - the border at the bottom seems extra long and the type on the left bottom curved down slightly on the originals I've seen. Your pictures are pretty small and I'm only knowledgeable because I've seen several at auction, I'm not an expert. Compare your poster to this known original in the Wyoming State University collection.


    My gut instinct says you probably have the real thing. If so I'd guess with the current condition at a good auction house on the right day you might get $6,000 - $10,000?


    If it was mine I'd run it by Jemison Beshear, he used to work with Greg Martin and with Bonhams and Butterfields in the San Francisco house. He really knows this stuff better than you or I and he's got the connections to find a buyer for you.
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    Mitchell, to authenticate an item such as that poster requires that
    it be physically available to the person doing the evaluation.

    Paper, ink, font style..hell, a hundred different checks would need
    to be done for an actual authentication.

    Anybody here is just taking a (usually) uneducated guess without
    the slightest bit (other than an image) of empirical data available.
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    Thank you

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    I say no because of the Font used but definitely seek a pro to look at it. Send close up photos to ha.com Heritage works wonders with photos.
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    Where was it found ? It might help.

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