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Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Seideman May 8. 4 Replies

I wouldn't pay it, but don't begrudge him for please his fans. He was super nice.http://bit.ly/2plfQGkContinue

Matt Harvey Headlining Mets Show This Weekend: $149. Wow!

Started this discussion. Last reply by TradeGeek Apr 5. 1 Reply

 Big news on the autograph front. Matt Harvey is headlining a sports card and autograph show this weekend at Hofstra U,  on Long Island, and will be joined by Neil Walker and Jay Bruce. Plus a…Continue

Tags: walker, new, york, mets, neil

Collecting Autographs of US Presidents

Started Apr 2 0 Replies

Donald Trump's decision to skip the Opening Day first pitch brought my attention to Stephen Koschal's excellent reference book about collecting US presidents on baseballs.…Continue

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David Seideman replied to David Seideman's discussion Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously
"Vintage autographs are better if you know what you're doing. Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, and certain team balls."
May 8
David Seideman replied to David Seideman's discussion Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously
"Great connection, Steve. I hadn't thought about it that way!!"
May 8
Rich replied to David Seideman's discussion Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously
"A good example of why an autograph isn't an investment."
May 8
Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager liked David Seideman's discussion Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously
May 8
Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager replied to David Seideman's discussion Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously
"He's gotta make up the $80,000+ he's losing for missing 3 days work!"
May 8
David Seideman posted a discussion

Forbes Article: Matt Harvey Charges $149 For His Autograph at a Recent Show, Seriously

I wouldn't pay it, but don't begrudge him for please his fans. He was super nice.http://bit.ly/2plfQGkSee More
May 7
David Seideman replied to Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager's discussion Is it Safe to Buy Autographs at Baseball Games?
"I agree with the general consensus. Everything at Citifield is pretty overpriced. You can do better through private collectors and eBay (certified, of course.) I didn't know those jerseys on the racks were gamers. Crazy, man!"
Apr 20
TradeGeek replied to David Seideman's discussion Matt Harvey Headlining Mets Show This Weekend: $149. Wow!
"That's really high for Matt Harvey. Maybe not in 2013 before injury issues caused so much lost time (and question about his future). There is always a NYC premium but that's ridiculous, IMHO. Especially $40 for an inscription.  There…"
Apr 5
David Seideman posted a discussion

Matt Harvey Headlining Mets Show This Weekend: $149. Wow!

 Big news on the autograph front. Matt Harvey is headlining a sports card and autograph show this weekend at Hofstra U,  on Long Island, and will be joined by Neil Walker and Jay Bruce. Plus a terrific lineup of all-time Mets like Jerry Grote, Teddy Martinez, and Buzz Capra. http://bit.ly/1WFR9PHI'll be curious to see how a big a draw Harvey is. While he'll cost big $, some of the guests will be free. See More
Apr 5
David Seideman posted a discussion

Collecting Autographs of US Presidents

Donald Trump's decision to skip the Opening Day first pitch brought my attention to Stephen Koschal's excellent reference book about collecting US presidents on baseballs.http://bit.ly/2ozhe99See More
Apr 2
Martin Peters replied to David Seideman's discussion JFK "Last" Autograph Nets $11K in Goldin Auction, But Much Less Than Heritage Newspaper
"The newspaper is dated 11/22/63 and, like newspapers do, features news and photographs from 11/21/22.  This is probably a morning edition."
Feb 23
Eric K Longo replied to David Seideman's discussion JFK "Last" Autograph Nets $11K in Goldin Auction, But Much Less Than Heritage Newspaper
"Hello, This is before he changed suit coats again and this is a different striped tie as well? How many attire changes that day before 12 noon? He was assassinated in a striped shirt and a different tie. His pocket square is also showing more here…"
Jan 30
David Seideman posted a discussion

JFK "Last" Autograph Nets $11K in Goldin Auction, But Much Less Than Heritage Newspaper

While consignor gave me some clues, a lot of work remains to document this autograph.http://bit.ly/2jOc0TWThanks for your input, as always.DavidSee More
Jan 30
Eric K Longo replied to David Seideman's discussion Our Very Own Eric Longo Weighs in for Forbes on Babe Ruth 1939 World's Fair Memorabilia
"Thanks guys :) I can't resist...another image - the Grand Central Parkway in February 1939:"
Jan 28
Joe W. replied to David Seideman's discussion Our Very Own Eric Longo Weighs in for Forbes on Babe Ruth 1939 World's Fair Memorabilia
"+1"
Jan 28
Ian A. Baldock replied to David Seideman's discussion Our Very Own Eric Longo Weighs in for Forbes on Babe Ruth 1939 World's Fair Memorabilia
"We are very lucky to have Eric here!"
Jan 28

About Me

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Collector, Other Professional
What brings you to Autograph Live?
I cover sports memorabilia for Forbes magazine and others.
Who can we thank for telling you about Autograph Live?
None
What do you collect, or want to collect?
Sports
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
Baseball Hall of FAme
What is your level of expertise?
Intermediate Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Dave Marshall, favorite player from my youth.
Why do you collect?
For fun and friendships.
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Babe Ruth

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