Upon it's release Upper Deck's Prominent Cuts was a $200+ product. It has come down in recent weeks and still promises (1) Cut Signature card per box. Not limited to just sports, their is a strong Hollywood/entertainment segment of the checklist. Each of the Cut Signature cards was certified authentic by none other than PSA/DNA.
As you know Shane is a bit of a high-end gambler and recently tried his luck and came away less than happy.
It's not that Shane has anything against the British film actress, jewelry designer and Dancing With The Stars contestant.
Quite the contrary. Shane a collector of all things autograph related, owns and has seen several different signatures of Ms Seymour. The problem then? He doesn't think it's legit and in looking at these exemplars, I am inclined to believe he is right.
Jane has several different signatures which would ordinarily make the Prominent Cuts tough to spot. The real problem is that she NEVERS spells her name J-e-a-n.
So mistakes happen right? The problem is, in the autograph authentication business, they just can't ever happen. Especially for a 3rd party product that is to be resold.
Infallibility, from Latin origin ('in', not + 'fallere', to deceive), is a term with a variety of meanings related to knowing truth with certainty.