Though I recall a member posting a blog asking about this a while ago, I could not relocate it for my purpose in this discussion.

It can be nice when one stumbles upon a musician's shop (via their website), to see that they are selling their autographs. I figured this could grow as a wee database for listing those musicians who partake in this.

I recently recieved a couple press photos signed in ballpoint from John Mayall's website ( I am also aware that you can purchase signed CDs from Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits( John 5 ( formerly Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie guitarist) sells various items signed, with an option to dedicate.


So, does anyone else know of this being done by other musicians?

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Now not available....had to get in quick...really useful use of thread 

The fact that they sold out well ahead of the cutoff may be a good sign?

I would highly doubt they would be autopen. She has always signed the stuff she has sold in her store.

And the fact she has never auto penned before 

I don’t ever see Taylor treating her fans like that. We’re talking about the woman who did a 15 hour meet and greet signing for fans! I would say with almost 100% certainty these will be the real deal. Plus with them not being available anymore I think that’s a great sign! 

It says all CD's will come with an Express Warranty of Authenticity. Does that mean anything about it being hand signed?

Oh poo missed out on swift

Great deal on the Swift cd. Was there a limit?

I don't think so. There wasn't one specified. I ordered several for me and my friends.


Heather Nova signed new Album in official shop:

Hi Nick sorry for the late reply . of course there was no signature on the poster. I had a nice invoice like you said stating it was signed! emailed them straight away got no response its been two days now so emailed them again today . very bad business indeed !!


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