Through the Mail Autograph Collectors


Through the Mail Autograph Collectors

If collecting by mail is one of your passions, this is your group! Share tips, experiences and current successful mailing addresses. But don't share home addresses unless you're sure the celebrity wants to receive mail there.

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Started by Joseph Tatrai. Last reply by Julie Snyder Jan 19. 1 Reply

I sent this 8x10 at the beginning of December 2018 to Paul Williams who played “Ed” in the movie “The Night They Saved Christmas” asking him to sign it and as you can see he did just that with it…Continue

Mr Joe Walsh

Started by Brian. Last reply by Joe W. Jan 12. 8 Replies

got this back from Joe today.AWESOME…Continue

Ed Meador

Started by Brad Barber Jan 7. 0 Replies

Sent an index card to former L.A. Rams Safety Ed Meador on 12-28-18.  Today I recieved my index card personalized and inscribed, as well as a photo he sent.  Love getting these old school football…Continue

MELISSA JOAN HART from 90'S TV sitcom "Sabrina The Teen-Age Witch"

Started by Joseph Tatrai. Last reply by Joseph Tatrai Jan 4. 4 Replies

Back at the beginning of December I sent these two photos to Melissa Joan Hart of the 90’s TV sitcom “Sabrina The Teen-Age Witch” asking her to sign them and you can see that she did.  I had earlier…Continue

Tags: Teen-Age, Witch, The, Sabrina, JOAN

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Comment by Robert Babb on September 6, 2009 at 4:53pm
For the month of august, I got autographs from Cyndi Lauper, Adam rich, Richard Dawson, Michael Waltrip, Natalya Neidhart through the mail. Sending emails i got Noelle Beck from As the world Turns and singer John Sebastian. A few years back i increased my collection by 50% by sending note cards for the celebrity to sign. Alot of the times they just send an autographed picture any way.
Comment by Robert Babb on September 11, 2009 at 12:50pm
I got an autograph from Alex Cord who used to play on Airwolf a few days ago and a return on a jimmy Carter where he did not sign my cover of his book. His representative said he would only sign the book. So with the postage of the book to him and back, it would be salty!
Comment by Robert Babb on September 11, 2009 at 3:50pm
I guess mr. carter is picky. I have always heard that he hates signing and just gets overwhelmed by it.
Comment by Robert Babb on September 12, 2009 at 9:53am
I will have to say i got an autographed picture from president carter about a year ago. I am not sure if it is signed or autopened but is a nice success any way! Does any one know if he signs authentic pictures through the mail or not?
Comment by Matt Crum on September 19, 2009 at 6:43pm
Great day, recived 4 signed photos that I sent from Sherri Moon Zombie, she is a true class act.
Comment by Robert Babb on September 22, 2009 at 12:15pm
I ordered an autograph picture of lou christie of his website and got it in the mail today!
Comment by Robert Babb on September 24, 2009 at 12:08pm
After about 3 different attempts i got an autograph from katee sackhoff who played starbuck on battlestar galactica. She also played on the bionic woman as well. I was real surprised to get this today!
Comment by Kris Griffin on September 24, 2009 at 12:42pm
Hi Robert. Which address did you use for Katee Sackhoff? Thanks Kris
Comment by Robert Babb on September 24, 2009 at 4:01pm
The address is 8383 Wilshier Blvd. Suite 500 Beverly Hills Ca.90211-2404. Good Luck- Kris
Comment by Laurie Platt on September 27, 2009 at 5:02am
This week September 21-September 26, I received the autographs from Delphine Boel, Del Grey (politician from Canada), George Wyner (actor) and Solomon Burke(singer)


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