"Yes, for sure. I always take pics or keep the nicer scans of things I win in my auctions. It's also very cool that both autographs grade about a 10/10, very bold with what she wrote it out and signed it with. Funny, I also…"
"Big Garbo fan too. Etienne, I was lucky enough to snag this twice signed 'to cash' with my Auction Sniper years ago, back before they all (signed signed) started dropping at near $500 bucks a piece. Love this piece, worked…"
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What would you like to tell us about yourself, your collecting, or business.
mainly sports, Hollywood (old and new), music, big dead ball era fan, baseball fan until the Mantle / Mays / Aaron days were over, not when the steroid era began, have had Babe Ruth signed baseballs, John Hancock, James Dean, John Wayne, many many sports athletes, to many to count, etc.
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Why do you want to join Autograph Live?
I do research on certain autographs, autograph resellers, buy a lot on eBay, and see that this site always comes up with the best answers.
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What are your areas of interest?
Sports, History/Politics, Modern Hollywood and Stage, Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Why do you collect?
I started managing health clubs in the late 80s through the mid- 90s in Houston & Dallas, and met actors (Chuck Norris being my favorite), athletes, etc. and would go to the George R. Brown Convention Center to sports shows long before PSA or JSA - I think Scoreboard was the biggest name at the time although they never used holograms to match their COA's, so a lot of people stopped trusting them later on...
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Id have to say probably my 4 x signed Pink Floyd "The Wall" album cover.
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?