PSA/DNA Certification #AB15484

It is the opinion of PSA/DNA Authentication Services that the signature(s) listed below is/are genuine. According to the Certification Database, this item is defined as follows:

Cert AB15484
Item Poster
Primary Subject DAVID PROWSE
Result Authentic

Current PSA/DNA Registry Sets:

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