Corona: the magazine, 2001. Pp. 20-23 (4p., of 95); double column text, numerous b&w vignette illustrations and examples in facsimile; 10.75 x 8.25 inch slick magazine format, mild handling signs.
Hey, all you highbrows missed it on the stands, but well, it's not too late. Seems Chagall signatures are devalued because of a particularly energetic forger. Also, there are subtleties to the real sigs, and he had an assistant who did some signing for him.
Plus-- collecting Monty Python signatures (3p., color vignettes); analyzing Sigmund Freud's handwriting (4p., numerous facsimiles); cover story on "Jack Lemmon's autograph legacy"