In-Person Autograph Collecting


In-Person Autograph Collecting

Share your in-person collecting anecdotes here. And the image to the left? Event program signed by Stephen King. Interested in it?

Location: New York City
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Latest Activity: Nov 11

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Started by Skyline Signatures. Last reply by Robin McKay Nov 11. 1 Reply

I've had the opportunity to track down Adam Driver Episode 7 on the set of Girls in NYC. He was very cautious and hesitant to sign but eventually he broke down to take care of the Star Wars items that I had on hand. I am offering them for purchase…Continue

London Film & Comic Con

Started by Robin McKay. Last reply by Robin McKay Jul 21. 2 Replies

I managed to get IP autographs from LFCC from Zach Galligan, Frances Lee McCain and Michael J. Fox. I hope you like them.…Continue

Sir Paul McCartney

Started by MOPI_Rio. Last reply by Thomas Green Jun 19. 1 Reply

On 6/22 Paul will be performing in Jacksonville, Fl.  Does anyone have any tips about meeting Paul before the show?  A friend was lucky to get him in Orlando last year at the airport he flew into.  A small group of people waited for him at the…Continue


Started by Robert Chase Mar 29. 0 Replies

 Hello! I met Raquel Welch In-person when she was appearing in a play in Mass during the 90's.  She signed a view items for me and she was as beautiful in-person as on the big screen. I wished I had gotten a picture of her, although I most likely…Continue

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Comment by Jeffery Kite on December 19, 2011 at 1:43am

This past Sunday I went to a local card show and get the autographs of former major league pitcher Adrian Devine, and former Falcons wide receiver Ken Burrow, and former Browns cornerback and safety Clarence Scott. Adrian was a real nice relief pitcher, winning 26 games and saving 31 in a 7 year career from 1973-1980. Ken was a great receiver for the Falcons from 1971-1975, ranking in the top 10 in the several receiving categories over his 5 year career. Clarence was a great cornerback and safety for the Browns from 1971-1983, registering 39 career interceptions and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1973. All 3 guys were super nice, enjoyed conversing with us fans, and stopped to pose for pictures with anyone who wanted one. I had a blast talking about some of the all-time greats these guys faced!

Comment by CEE GEE on December 16, 2011 at 11:05am

Met Darryl Strawberry in Person last night at Steiner Sports and got him to sign my ball with #39 and my chair with "straw man" awesome

Here is also a link of him signing from the same show...

check it out...and please subscribe

Comment by Jason Boyd on December 8, 2011 at 2:31pm

a few months ago i obtained an autograph from the CEO of the SAS corporation. i already have Donald Trump's autograph, but that was thru the mail.

Comment by CEE GEE on December 6, 2011 at 7:08am

Check out the in person signing and the items I had signed...Please subscribe...I post autograph videos weekly 

Comment by CEE GEE on December 6, 2011 at 7:05am

Got these both in person autos last night at Steiner Sports...Pete was so cool...please check out my videos in my other comment

Comment by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on November 28, 2011 at 7:51am

Great stuff. Upload your videos here, too, if you want. There will be links to them in your profile.

Comment by CEE GEE on November 28, 2011 at 5:09am
Comment by Robert Babb on November 27, 2011 at 5:11pm

awsome russ!!!

Comment by Russ Robinson on November 27, 2011 at 9:03am

Yeah, it was nice to add an IP Morris to my collection. I originally wanted to have a Tigers helmet signed by both, but, for equipment, they charged $30 per sig! No Thanks! I ened up getting an 8x10 of Parrish and a book on Baseball's Greatest Games signed by Morris.

Comment by Russ Robinson on November 27, 2011 at 8:50am

I went to the Gibralter Trade Center on Saturday and met former Detroit Tiger greats Jack Morris and Lance Parrish! Morris signed pretty much like he played, no nonsense, just give me your item and move along. I thought that he could have been a little friendlier. We did pay between 20 and 30 bucks per sig! Parrish couldn't have been nicer. He took time to smile and greet everyone, and even shook hands with everyone in line. He probably signed twice as many sigs as Morris as he was still signing an hour after he was supposed to be done! Great guy!


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