"The actual percentage of members who are sellers on RACC is less than 1% and that percentage is getting lower as there's 5,000+ fans and non-selling graphers and collectors on there as well, and it's growing.
Cornell was one of the best…"
"Right? And it's even less of a deal when sellers have tons of the persons autograph already in stock. They were selling autographs the days before they died, the day they died, and the days after they died.
That's what autograph sellers…"
"Let me know if you need extra images of Cornell posing with dealers after signing hundreds of items for them to sell. Or if you need any quotes about his constant generosity and appreciation for the effort that dealers put into bringing that service…"
"Labs are actually producing a lot of problems lately as well, which has become a much discussed issue this year.
From what I've seen personally, inkjet can be done flawlessy, but requires specific combinations of printer models and paper…"
"Self-righteous virtue signaling strikes again.
Cornell is probably signing 50 pickguards each for dealers in heaven right now, just like he did when he was here. The guy was an angel and loved sellers as much as he loved fans; maybe that's…"
"Sellers vary. Brennan collected IP daily from like '83 to present and probably obtained more graphs himself than any other single human being ever has. Runners are more for the new-era of large dealers."