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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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This copy of Lies was signed by Duff, Slash and Adler. This goes along with my other two copies of Lies (one is signed by Slash and the other by Adler).

Now, on to Izzy and Axl. Though, I'd rather the former than latter.

No love for Axl?

Very nice and a great EP!

Thank you Mr. Zipper!

I do enjoy the work he did from Holywood Rose to the Spaghetti Incident. Though music should be the only criteria to rank musicians, the persona Axl has taken on since Roses' demise has left a rank taste. His solo tours since then have been marketed under the illusion of G N' R. I would not want his explanation as to why he felt corn rows were a good idea at the time.


I love GNR. I saw Slash not long ago, his band with Myles Kennedy singing is awesome! Axl is a nut. I'm very curious to see what will happen when inducted into the HOF in April.

this is fresh

My first autograph of 2012 may end up being my best one. :-) It will be hard to top this for me.

On June 13, 2006, this ball was used to strike out Cleveland Indians second baseman Ronnie Belliard, winning the game for the Yankees and giving Mariano Rivera his 392nd career save.

Now that is sweet!

This is why Mr.Zipper is one of my favorite members on here...he has a killer eye on some absolutely sick pieces in my opinion....this is just an awesome piece and I am glad just to even see an image of it...simply killer....WOW...I guess my game used Rivera ball cant hold a candle to this...just awesome

theres my Mo gamer

I’ll take it! I can never get enough and I love the older style signature.  :-)

Thanks, CEE GEE. You know the respect is mutual and I look forward to being collecting buddies for a long time.

As some may know, Mariano Rivera often keeps his last out balls and gives them to friends or charities.  They are typically not commercially available and rarely become available at any price. They go into collections and stay there. I was fortunate enough to buy this in a private deal from another collector. That’s why places like this and making contacts can really help build a collection.


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