"Lot 15 and 33 are also fine signatures. But you're right. Most signatures are not good. The documents are very interesting but expensive too. Even the handwritten notice are very expensive. Let's see what will come in January 2018 ..."
"I d say compared to other lots this one got sold for about the same price as other unattractive signed pieces like lots 15/24/44/ 93 (!!!) . I would beilieve it could reach higher than 2k $ so I think its a good price. what do you think?"
"It's not for this thing... Sometimes yes... But not always... Also paul mccartney signed for decades, U2... And bob dylan? These have high value... There are iconics pop which have high and high value... And not iconics artists which had made…"
"Some of these autographs are investments, whether you like it or not. In 30 years time a number of these graphs will be considered in the same way historical documents are, in a pop culture, my Jim morrison autograph is close to 60 years old, add 30…"
"While it's good to pay as little as possible, at that end of the bargain spectrum awaits Coach's Corner type pieces, and their ilk. Sometimes a little too much of a bargain winds up being no bargain at all. :o"
"Me too. But think of disposable $$$$ like a fixed amount of fluid filling many different reservoirs of the same hydraulic system. For the most part, over the past 10 years or so, that amount of disposable luxury $$$$, mad-money, so to speak,…"
"My first impression is that it's too much, but this may be the start of a new trend for Elvis prices. Elvis, Ruth, Monroe. The three most popular blue chips. 40 years dead now, with the stock market headed for $30K, maybe even…"