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!
That was my thought too -- but for the price, I certainly can't complain. It was one of those no-brainer gambles like the Aldrin book I picked up last year. That Goodwill I bought this at seems to get shipments of books/a disproportionately-high number of signed books that came from the States. It would require a much larger topic to discuss (basically the ins-and-outs of thrift store warehouses and shipping patterns).
The other Goodwill I visit has, within the past couple years, been my greatest source of finds -- it's where I found the signed Farley/Spade, signed Thatcher and a signed Dryden, among many others.
Very cool. Congrats! I thought he was no longer signing autographs.
That's right, but he's human so I guess it depends on environment, his mood, how approachable you are etc.
Can I ask what you guys do with these things?
Do they end up in a drawer or do you frame and display them?
I was first to the stage. He raised a finger and said,"one," looked me right in the eye (I'm still buzzing!), took it, signed it, handed it back, waved and walked off stage. When I turned around, there were a few dozen people holding Abbey Roads, White albums and RAMs. I think my choice of that Beatlemania-starting single really stood out. Nancy gave me a nice smile, too. And Al, I definitely will frame this.
That's awesome man, it would look great with a jet black mount and frame, all acid free of course :)
WOW - good one
Beatlefan published my (heavily edited) account:
Love this.. Would love to meet Macca.. My late father went to art college with him years ago. He had some great stories. Great piece
Very Rare Tupac Shakur Signed Lakers Fan Promotion Poster at the Los Angeles Lakers vs Chicago Bulls game at The Great Western Forum, Inglewood, CA on February 2nd, 1996. This was Magic Johnson 2nd game back from his retirement . Tupac Shakur was in attendance with Suge Knight and MC Hammer that night. It was Tupac Shakur first and only NBA game that he attended. Poster also signed by LL Cool J and Eric Davis (Outfielder Cincinnati Reds). 11 x 17
Lord have mercy, that's nice!
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