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Gregory Walcott Thoughts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eddy Jan 10. 6 Replies

Selling on ebay right now. Continue

Ebay Seller with eclectic material

Started Dec 25, 2023 0 Replies

Hey all, Merry Christmas! So I found a seller on ebay with a wide variety of different materials signed. Found some stuff that looks really good and some stuff that looks a bit off. Anyone ever heard…Continue

Tags: #ebay

Mystery Man Named Artie?

Started this discussion. Last reply by JGreen Dec 13, 2023. 2 Replies

So I have had this autograph since the mid 90s and have never been able to identify the actor. Did a reverse image search and came up with nothing. …Continue

Tags: #vintagehollywood

Thoughts on Lugosi

Started this discussion. Last reply by JGreen Dec 23, 2023. 40 Replies

This is up on ebay. Any thoughts.…Continue

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JGreen replied to Beed's discussion Does this Andy Kaufman look real?
"I was burned on a Kaufman autograph in the nascent days of the internet. Bought it from, at the time, a very large online dealer. Was able to confirm that the watermark on the back of the photograph wasn't in use until after Kaufman…"
Jan 23
JGreen replied to Beed's discussion Does this Andy Kaufman look real?
"I've been looking at Kaufman autographs for twenty years--this ain't it. "
Jan 22
JGreen commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"Crazyrabbit,  Thanks for the thoughtful response!  You sound like the type of collector who intimately knows what he wants. Such collecting habits as yours are the best way to safeguard against forgery. If more collectors did what you do,…"
Jan 14
crazyrabbits23 commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"I've never voluntarily sought out a TPA. An overwhelming amount of my collection has come from thrift store buys, and what I buy falls into three camps: 1) signed books from authors esoteric enough that there is no market for any conceivable…"
Jan 13
Eddy replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"That's for sure.....a really eclectic mix.   Some of the stuff offered has JSA or PSA certificates....so there's that."
Jan 10
JGreen replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"Yeah, Seller said he acquired them in person in the 80s. I would assume he had a stack of index cards ... But other items are an eclectic mix. Here's the link: | eBay"
Jan 10
Eddy replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"Looks like both are done on the same paper stock?"
Jan 10
JGreen replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"Eddy, thanks for giving a look! I've seen some weird signatures for these two ... "
Jan 9
Eddy replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"Without knowing who the seller is, from these two, it looks to me like they are of the 'creative type' !"
Jan 9
JGreen replied to JGreen's discussion Gregory Walcott Thoughts
"I think this looks good, but seller has a Lyle Talbot that has me second guessing. "
Jan 9
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Gregory Walcott Thoughts

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Jan 9
JGreen commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"I certainly don't want to collect forged autographs. But I guess the article referenced above makes me a bit suspicious of TPAs if the autograph in question isn't going to an expert who deals in that particular autograph. "
Jan 4
Steve Cyrkin, Admin commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"True, Mike. You need both, whether it's a reputable TPA excellent in the autograph or a highly recognized expert."
Jan 4
Mike Shepherd commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"I collect autographs because I am interested in history.  Authenticity is crucial."
Jan 4
JGreen commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"Yes! I would much prefer to know the history of an autograph than have a sticker or letter... "
Jan 3
Steve Cyrkin, Admin commented on JGreen's blog post Why do we buy autographs?
"Quality reputable authentication can be extremely valuable, but what TPAs usually don't consider is provenance. It's extremely important in many cases."
Jan 3

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Collecting what I like
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Intermediate Collector
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Sci-fi, horror, music
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Music, Classic Hollywood and Stage, Books/Literature, SciFi, Horror
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Vampira
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Ed Wood
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December 12, 2023

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Why do we buy autographs?

Posted on January 3, 2024 at 8:23pm 7 Comments

I recently came across an old article that has me thinking. I'm sure many of you have read this previously. It seems the takeaway from the article is third party authenticators' opinions must remain simply that--opinions.  This has me thinking. If you do your homework on an autograph and buy it because you love it, why bother with authentication?…

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