This is the only other template I can find, altho the fan says there is apparently a STAR TREK card which recently appeaed with her signiture.
Neither signiture looks at all alike. My skepticism is aroused.
"Denberg" has a very firm, flowery hand for a 67-year-old who does not usually write in English; it's convenient that she signs her stage name (after a 50 year absence) instead of any hint of her real name; it's good that she has a red Sharpie available, which stands out from the still beautifully (as opposed to "her" other signiture, signed in a finer-point purple Sharpie); it was convenient for her not to personalize the photo (well, either one), which would lessen the collectability; and the FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN still did not, I don't think, appear anywhere until six months or a year ago. I know, I know, it was shot in 1966, but where did it appear before now?
EDIT: another one, with a signigture similar to the FCW one.
Sorry to be a poop about this, but I know a thing or two about the woman. For LSOH and my FLESH & BLOOD, I tracked her as far as Klangenfurt, then decided to let her keep the privacy she obviously wanted (same with Victoria Vetri in LA, and another ex-Playmate I knew. They clearly did not have fond memories of the... glamour.). She utterly turned her back on the brief life she had in the spotlight. She has never responded to any entreaties from Playboy (even though it might have made her some money), and has never consented to any sort of interview, not since the syndicated story which ran in POLICE GAZETTE about 1971, after she'd been hospitalized for mental and drug problems. I even asked Hugh Hefner directly (they'd dated in '66); he just said, "She got lost along the way." No Hammer fan I know of, no matter how respectful, pleasant or insistant, has ever, ever received a response from her. Having turned her back entirely on that life, why would she sign a bare-butt bare-titty cheesecake shot for a stranger? (Especially in assorted handwriting styles). Sorry... it strains credulity.