How about an ongoing thread to highlight the new additions to your collection?

Whether it's a through-the-mail freebie or a big buck acquisition... it's all good. Show us what you got!

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Hi John,

Yes, I purchased my tourbook from him. Frankly speaking he sold me only the middle page. Then I purchased on ebay an original 1986 damage inc tour book and I replaced the original middle page with one autographed.

I don't know much about him, it's a metallica collector. I saw signed tourbook, I get a quick opinion from Roger and then I purchase it. 

There's an article on Metallica by Steve Grad on our AutographCollector.com site. Lots of examples: 

https://autographcollector.com/music/rock-music/metallica-autograph... 

When you open your boxes of stuff and find treasures you didn’t know you had, lol

Kirk Gibson
Stacy Augmon

Can anyone ID the Giants player?
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Shame on me. It’s Willie Mays :)

SPRINGSTEEN;  My modest collection was sadly lacking a good Springsteen.  I worked with AML member Bruce Juice to come up with a trade that we were both pleased with; great thanks man!  So here it is; Bruce Springsteen signed 16x20 iconic image of the London Calling Live in Hyde Park show along with the matching dvd, signed in gold with a cool-@ss guitar sketch.  Framing turned out fantastic.  

Very cool, Christopher!

Thank man.  Much appreciated !!

That’s really great Christopher, congrats!!

Here’s my Springsteen album if anyone is interested: https://live.autographmagazine.com/photo/bruce-springsteen-vintage-...
Thanks Jan. Appreciate it. Yours really is a great signed LP - maybe the best one I've seen. Really cool. Congrats!!
Appreciate your kind words about my Springsteen album Christopher! Really glad to hear that you like it!

You have an amazing collection!!

Who cares about Springsteen, when you have that Beautiful Queen Album 

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