In the media

N-TV news television recommend Brandes Autographs + isitreal.com

on Wednesday, 16 May 2012. Posted in Brandes Autographs News, In the media

Fraud with autograph forgeries

N-TV news television recommend Brandes Autographs + isitreal.com
Markus Brandes Autographs and the fight against autographs had been featured on N-TV Germany. 


TV Report : The autograph forger's

on Saturday, 21 May 2011. Posted in In the media

Markus Brandes featured as expert in the fight against autograph forgeries

TV Report : The autograph forger's

The autograph forgers

Autographs are sought after by fans and collectors. Especially the rare cards of stars, which do not live any more, are real treasures. In the spring a signed Beatles photo has changed the owner for 17.500 € - a real gem. But the higher the price, the bigger the risk that fraudsters smell a business. The Internet is the perfect platform for them. More and more people are discovering for themselves a new hobby: collecting autographs of famous personalities.

Blick: Autographs - around 90% are forgeries (German TV)

on Wednesday, 21 April 2010. Posted in In the media

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About 90% of the autographs are forgeries!

An autograph of Michael Jackson or The Beatles ? They could be expensive particular if the autographs had been forged

More in the video (German)

 

http://www.blick.ch/life/bis-zu-90-prozent-sind-gefaelscht-149105

From the hand of Dr.Albert Schweitzer

on Wednesday, 21 May 2008. Posted in In the media

“I must not allow myself to fail anyone who believes I can help him, even if it is just with an autograph. Perhaps he will found encouragement in the darkest hours”

From the hand of Dr.Albert Schweitzer

From the autograph collection of Markus Brandes

Special reproduction for the Consortium of Autograph Collectors

free download

Michael Schuhmacher autograph study

Written by Markus Brandes on Monday, 28 May 2007. Posted in Autograph forgeries, Sport, In the media

published in Autograph Collector April/May 2007

Michael Schuhmacher autograph study
Michael Schuhmacher signature study written by Markus Brandes

Markus Brandes in interview at the SWR Landesschau (German)

on Monday, 23 May 2005. Posted in In the media

Interview with Markus Brandes in the SWR Landesshow

German TV Report: Faszination Autographs

on Thursday, 29 January 2015. Posted in In the media

True or Fake ?

German TV Report: Faszination Autographs
The quick TV report of RTL about autographs and it's counterfeits.
Markus Brandes occurs in this context as an autograph expert and explains what to look for when buying...

Chasse aux autographes

on Wednesday, 29 June 2011. Posted in Brandes Autographs News, In the media

par Roland Schäfli

Chasse aux autographes

Son révil n'a souvent pas le temps de sonnergue Markus Brandes est déjá réveillé, impatient de se mettre au travail. Car lorsque l'aube pointe sur le lac de Constance, il est minuit ailleurs et ses chasseurs lui présentent le butin de la soirée

German television appearance at Kabel 1 "Was bin ich?"

on Friday, 14 January 2011. Posted in In the media

Unser Auftritt in "Was bin ich ?"

German television appearance Kabel 1 "Was bin ich?" 09.10.2003

We like to thank for the many letters and calls about our telvision appearance. We were very proud to introduce our phantastic hobby and show some eye catching collectibles from our personal collection. We are glad to help any interested new collectors to build a quality and valuable collection.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama

on Thursday, 21 May 2009. Posted in Brandes Autographs News, In the media

a preview of our personal autograph collection

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Not a day goes by that Tibet’s struggle for independence and the authority of the Dalai Lama are not mentioned in the media. For this reason I would like to provide you with a brief biographical overview as well as a preview of our personal autograph collection.

 

Markus Brandes discovered James Cook letter

on Tuesday, 01 May 2007. Posted in In the media

exceptional finding at the Darmstaetter Collection Berlin

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Captain James Cook R.N., F.R.S. (1728-1779)

James Cook is best known for his three voyages of exploration in the late 1700s which completed the map of the world by filling in the hitherto blank space that was the Pacific Ocean. By the time of his unfortunate death in Hawaii in 14 February 1779 he had sailed further than any man, venturing south into Antarctica and north into the Arctic, and in between he had charted and mapped hundreds of islands both large and small.