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Literary Forgeries By J. A. Farrer
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This book is an excursion into those shadier paths of literature where the forger or imitator has for his own ends played on the innocent credulity of mankind. Forbidden paths they may be to the... More > straighter sect of the lovers of literature ; but, having found some delectation in them myself, I have relied on the similar mental constitution of most men for the hope and belief that they may have attractions also for others.< Less
Fraud Packet Signature Analysis Forgery By Lucille Prince McElroy
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Has your signature ever been forged? On this book is a resource in proving signature specimen.
Fraud Packet Signature Analysis Forgery By Lucille Prince McElroy
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Disputed Handwriting: Detection and Study of Forgery by Handwriting By Jerome Lavay
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The title to money and property of all kinds depends so lately upon the genuineness of signatures that no study or inquiry can be more interesting than one relating to the degree of certainty with... More > which genuine writings can be distinguished from those which are counterfeited. When comparing a disputed signature with a series of admittedly genuine signatures of the same person whose signature is being disputed, the general appearance and pictorial effect of the writing will suggest an impression upon the mind of the examiner as to the genuine or forged character of the signature in question. It follows as a reasonable conclusion that resemblances in general appearances alone must be secondary factors in establishing the genuineness of a signature by comparison-and the fact that two signatures look alike is not always evidence that they were written by the same person.< Less
C F Goldie and the Creative Art of Forgery By Karl F Sim
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A republication of the life story of New Zealand artist Karl F Sim (C F Goldie) as narrated to Tim Wilson.
About Tyler County Forgery & Fraud Defense Group: The Charles Johnson Law Firm By Lyndon Cooper
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Mr. Johnson is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Houston Law Center. After graduating from the University of Texas, where he was an All-Southwest Conference and... More > Pre-Season All-American Football and Track star, Mr. Johnson played football for the NFL's Denver Broncos and New York Giants. At the time of Mr. Johnson's retirement from the NFL, he was under contract with the former Houston Oilers, now the Tennessee Titans. After the NFL, Mr. Johnson settled down to start his legal practice, The Charles Johnson Law Firm, and is now known as The Tyler County Lawyer.< Less
Tyler County Forgery & Fraud Defense Group: The Charles Johnson Law Firm Business Law By Faith Watson
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A Business Lawyer with Business Sense Comprehensive Counsel and Litigation for Small Business Attorney Charles Johnson brings a strong background in business to the practice of business law. He... More > understands not only the legal issues, but the nuts and bolts of accounting and corporate finance, and knowledge of the internal and external relationships necessary to thrive in the marketplace. The Charles Johnson Law Firm provides counsel and representation to owners of small, closely held businesses and partnerships in the greater Texas area. Discover how we can help in a free initial consultation at 877-308-0100, or contact us online.< Less
Disputed Handwriting By Jerome Lavay
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The title to money and property of all kinds depends so lately upon the genuineness of signatures that no study or inquiry can be more interesting than one relating to the degree of certainty with... More > which genuine writings can be distinguished from those which are counterfeited. When comparing a disputed signature with a series of admittedly genuine signatures of the same person whose signature is being disputed, the general appearance and pictorial effect of the writing will suggest an impression upon the mind of the examiner as to the genuine or forged character of the signature in question. It follows as a reasonable conclusion that resemblances in general appearances alone must be secondary factors in establishing the genuineness of a signature by comparison—and the fact that two signatures look alike is not always evidence that they were written by the same person.< Less
'Tales from the Junk Property Shop' By James Lankstead
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A collection of two stories for children. The first about a young man who wants to be an artist. He tricks a famous artist into giving him some of his sketches which he paints over using them as a... More > template. Does his trickery get found out? The 'If Only' Girl is a story about a girl who can never make her mind up. She's always doing one thing and then another. Read how a little magic mouse changes her life.< Less
Disputed Handwriting By Jerome Lavay
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The title to money and property of all kinds depends so lately upon the genuineness of signatures that no study or inquiry can be more interesting than one relating to the degree of certainty with... More > which genuine writings can be distinguished from those which are counterfeited. When comparing a disputed signature with a series of admittedly genuine signatures of the same person whose signature is being disputed, the general appearance and pictorial effect of the writing will suggest an impression upon the mind of the examiner as to the genuine or forged character of the signature in question. It follows as a reasonable conclusion that resemblances in general appearances alone must be secondary factors in establishing the genuineness of a signature by comparison—and the fact that two signatures look alike is not always evidence that they were written by the same person.< Less