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Ironic Lennon magazine cover (not autographed)

Started May 14 0 Replies

Something I picked up at a Zurich fleamarket yesterday.Somewhat ironic given the Chapman photo 15 years later.Maybe a common photo but not one I remember seeing before.Continue

Is an LP flat really an LP?

Started this discussion. Last reply by john shaw Apr 30. 2 Replies

I was looking at Frank Caiazzo's site this morning and saw that he has a beautifully-signed Hard Day's Night LP flat for a cool $55,000.We all know that signed LPs are usually the things that most…Continue

Edward & Wallis Simpson...and an important guest

Started Apr 17 0 Replies

Although I'm what could politely be termed a mature lady (14+), I can still appreciate a male pug's body so I persuaded my master to buy this.He was more interested in Edward & Wallis, their…Continue

Interesting Sean Connery letter to Steve Jobs and very high auction results

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pete Chuka Jan 4. 1 Reply

I was doing a bit of research on an ebay Connery that I missed recently (see first attachment below) and came across a couple of interesting things:1. A letter that he supposedly wrote to Steve Jobs…Continue

 

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a pug called eva replied to phil harris's discussion Paul Mccartney book
"I've turned to a green very similar to sling's Avatar but I'm also very pleased for you Phil. I've had a few finds like this at fleamarkets, though nothing Beatles-related or so cheap, so I know how you feel. Makes life just that…"
13 hours ago
a pug called eva replied to Chris's discussion Marlon Brando: Is it authentic?
"Neither would I. The letter "o" looks way off for a start."
Jun 19
a pug called eva replied to Thomas William's discussion Thoughts on Authenticity
"The second set sold at a UK auction house a while back with some photos taken at the studio. I think the album and photos went fairly high for a Ringo-less set but obviously not as much as the $6,000 asked here. I vaguely remember they were doing…"
Jun 6
a pug called eva replied to Ashley L.'s discussion Authentic Marilyn Monroe?
"I agree with Steve. It is too much like the real thing to be secretarial but not free and messy enough to actually be the real thing. Not a very scientific analysis I know."
Jun 6
a pug called eva replied to N.Steiger's discussion Ray Charles signature study (just a start...)
"I was also not aware how rare Charles' autograph is. Had I realised I would certainly not have thought for around 15 minutes before deciding to buy and would have got back from the cash machine pronto rather than stopping for over an hour to…"
Jun 5
a pug called eva replied to N.Steiger's discussion Ray Charles signature study (just a start...)
"Thanks for your comparison montage Steve. Mine was actually bought in Switzerland but that doesn't really matter. Perhaps slightly more important is that it was not originally obtained on 10 May 1962 but some time after that (it cannot be 10…"
Jun 5
a pug called eva replied to N.Steiger's discussion Ray Charles signature study (just a start...)
"Thank you Steve. I would be surprised if either the original owner or the fleamarket seller faked the autograph given the price asked. Given how it is signed I doubt it is secretarial either. Having seen two of the inner pages on a dedicated Ray…"
Jun 5
a pug called eva replied to N.Steiger's discussion Ray Charles signature study (just a start...)
"Please forgive me if I come across slightly "gushy" and "waffly" in this post but I am still in shock. I was at a fleamarket in Zurich yesterday and came across the attached program lying on the ground. At first I thought it was…"
Jun 4
a pug called eva replied to michelle's discussion heritage auctions??
"Yes. I think you can choose the carrier but they're all pricey. Not sure what you mean about US customs - you would probably have to pay customs in your own country but not in the US."
May 26
a pug called eva replied to michelle's discussion heritage auctions??
"If you're registered to bid with them you can bid on the day over the internet....and if you can sit up through the night and put up with the rather too up-beat, hard-sell auctioneers you can also watch the auction live. It is just like a…"
May 26
a pug called eva posted a discussion

Ironic Lennon magazine cover (not autographed)

Something I picked up at a Zurich fleamarket yesterday.Somewhat ironic given the Chapman photo 15 years later.Maybe a common photo but not one I remember seeing before.See More
May 14
a pug called eva replied to Don Webster's discussion Elvis -- The One That Got Away...
"I know all too well how you must have felt. Something similar has happened to me a few times. On one occasion my last minute bid wasn't accepted because I was not in the right country - the bidder had blocked bids from outside the UK. It was a…"
May 7
a pug called eva replied to fab432's discussion Sgt Pepper's LP signed Inside Gatefold
"The auctioneer is in Exeter (UK) & is not a name I am familiar with (Bearnes, Hampton & Littlewood. The descriptions for this and the "Beatles For Sale" album posted separately are laughably "precise": "Paul…"
May 1
john shaw replied to a pug called eva's discussion Is an LP flat really an LP?
"i can chime in a little as i worked in the industry and had boxes of flats or as we called them 12 x 12 s we used them displays in record stores or promotinal  merchindising and marketing. if told u the amount of that crap  that was made…"
Apr 30
J. Mikael replied to a pug called eva's discussion Is an LP flat really an LP?
"I have no idea about fair market value for Beatles items, but fullly signed items being relatively rare, I guess it never hurts to aim high unless you're in a hurry to sell. Not all autographs are equal, nor albums, or photos, or flats. There…"
Apr 30
a pug called eva posted a discussion

Is an LP flat really an LP?

I was looking at Frank Caiazzo's site this morning and saw that he has a beautifully-signed Hard Day's Night LP flat for a cool $55,000.We all know that signed LPs are usually the things that most people want when it comes to musicians. The argument is that the LP represents their creative output and so a signed LP is like a signed work of art.Personally, I cannot really see why a signed mass-produced LP should be worth so much more than a quality signed photograph, which could be practically…See More
Apr 30

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researching autographs I own
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What do you collect, or want to collect?
Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Tell us more about your collection, specific areas of interest, etc.:
Mainly better quality items with an emphasis on female leading ladies of the 20s to 60s. Some rock & pop too.
What is your level of expertise?
Advanced Collector
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Too difficult to decide.
Why do you collect?
Mainly: 1) wanting to own a piece of history, 2) wanting to get closer to a legend, 3) wanting something attractive to display (applies mainly to signed photos), 4) wanting to own something that is rare, desired by others and valuable, 5) potential financial gain and potential source of liquidity if needed
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Jesus

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At 10:42pm on April 25, 2014, geraldzheng said…

DO YOU WANT TO SELL Audrey Hepburn SIGNED PHOTO?

 
 
 

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