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I couldn't get it working. Base64 is accepted at the time of creating signature & the image also displays in compose window, but recipient of email do not see any image.

gmail_signature But it will be helpful as currently images in Gmail Signature can be only referred by URLs. So base64 image format is an option but not sure if its supported.

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i would yell at gmail for showing such garbage at the end of my mails .. thus: i doubt that it will work (too much client-diversification to be reliable) –  akira Jan 24 '12 at 12:24
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What you are asking for is clearly not-at-all possible and not-at-all constructive for GMail at all.

You can manually add an image at the end of the message though.

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