I wouldn't be so sure when it comes to signatures. not trying to be an deddie downer but you can't know whatever or not their real. a lot of fans stop buying signatures long time ago because a lot found a lot of them are fake.
so for my advice and others make sure those signatures are real. you do not wanna spend alot of money on fake signatures. that's waste of money.
People just have to do proper checks and be careful about it, that's all. A lot of claims that signatures are fake are not always true, either - those claims are born from jealousy and fear-mongering, in my opinion. The cost of the item and the integrity of the seller are usually the key indicators.
I have an item that is auto-signed. Auto-signed means that Michael's actual signature is used as a template and then the signature is computer generated from that, or signed by machine - so, in other words, it is not personally and individually signed by Michael in his own handwriting, but it's still his signature, none-the-less. I don't mind having something that is auto-signed, as long as I know that's what I'm buying.
An authentic, personally signed item is obviously WAY more valuable and special, of course. That goes without saying.
This is on my wall in my office. I love it a lot. It's a limited edition - #342 out of 500 and as you can see, it has a signature on the Dangerous tour image. When I bought it, I knew that it wasn't personally signed; it was sold as a limited edition, auto-signed item. I still like it that his signature is on there, though. It adds something to the piece.
Here is my collection. Unfortunately due to the pandemic and loss of hours I have to sell them.
Thriller pitman 1st pressing with cellophane and label. QE 38112. This first pressing left off Michael jackson as co producer on the back cover.* Included original liner sleeve with michaels artwork.
Bad 1st pressing with cellophane and label
Ben rare first pressing with rat on cover with cellophane
E.T storybook. Complete with poster and booklet
Man in the mirror 12" metallic print single
Diana ross presents first edition pressing
ABC first edition pressing
Third album first edition pressing
Maybe tomorrow first edition pressing
Looking through the window first edition pressing
Greatest hits limited edition sealed clear vinyl
Goin back to Indiana reissue
Steeltown single of big boy/ you've changed
Steeltown single of we don't have to be over 21/ jam session
If interested let me know. Records and sleeves are beautiful
Here is a link to a picture of the records