Herb Ritts book page "Notorious". Prince has stopped signing autographs for his fans many years ago. It is assumed that his decision had to do with his becoming a Jehovahs Witness by the late 1990s.The signature on sale here today, however, stems from 1992. Prince gave it to his dancers Diamond and Pearl in Los Angeles after a video shoot. Moralez included a signed certificate of authenticity; this document is going to be included with the sale of Princes autograph now. Throughout his career, Prince has usually signed with just his first name, Prince, omitting his second name, Rogers, as well as his surname, Nelson. He went by his full name only when signing checks or official documents, contracts and the likes. Instead, he started to add the words, Love God very early in the 1980s. From 1993 through 1999, a bunch of signatures with nothing but the symbol were given away. Ever since, its back to Prince, although he clearly seems to avoid having to sign anything at all these days.
Princes reluctance to give autographs has led to 3- and 4-figure prices fetched in auctions whenever anything thats proven authentic goes on sale. A 5-pound, 168-page coffee table photo book "Notorious" by photographer Herb Ritts, who died in 2002, was published in 1992.Princes signature comes on a strong and heavy page from this book. Certificate of Authenticity provided by the renowned THC and is included on the back. The item "PRINCE Signed Photo- COA" is in sale since Friday, April 12, 2019.
This item is in the category "Sports Memorabilia\Cricket Memorabilia\Autographs\Signed Photos". The seller is "redreddine" and is located in Iver.This item can be shipped worldwide.