Solid Perfume › Forums › General Lauder Solids Talk › Importance (or Not) Of Designer's Signature On Box › Re: Importance (or Not) Of Designer's Signature On Box
Personally, I wouldn't over spend just to have a signature. I'm not sure if it's more valuable in the long run…it would be in many other collecting areas. I buy what I like at the price range I'm willing to spend. If it's signed, it's a bonus.
I only got 2 Strongwater solids signed when he came to town (in 2002). I eventually bought the other 3 solids unsigned. Out of those 3, I found 2 on ebay signed (reserve was at retail and no one outbid me). <img src='style_emoticons//smile.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’smile.gif’ /> Unofficially, I'm looking for the last one signed….but, I refuse to overpay. My goal is to complete the set. I have a similar dilema with Strongwater's 2003 collection—3 signed and 2 unsigned.