Walt Disney autographs you search out Mr. Sears. Beatles autographs you trust Perry Cox or Frank Caiazzo.Star Wars autographs deserves nothing less. An authenticator that specializes in that field.…Continue
It's ink and not a stamp or print, along with that bit... I know it was framed in 1955. Celebrity graphs are more my speed, any presidential collectors want to weigh in so that I can tell him if it…Continue
Another ball thru the door today. I believe it is a 1976 Yankees team on a Lee MacPhail American League ball. Unfortunately other than Yogi who signed in ballpoint, the remainder of the ball seems to…Continue
Let me start by saying I am not a scientist. I have been collecting for decades, in that time I have purchased autographs, done TTM requests, traveled to conventions, and hit the streets in search of every possible signature that I wanted. I consider myself to be pretty successful at this hobby, and for years my answer to one question has been the same.
What's the best pen to use for an autograph? For 2 decades my answer has been a blue permanent overhead transparency marker called…Continue
Watching different Star Wars actors sign autographs for the last few decades, I started trying to figure out the numbers. How many pieces have been signed? How much value should be attached to each autograph? What are the prices that these actors charge vs. what the actual value should or could…Continue
Let's take some time to talk about autographs, sounds silly right? In the last few weeks a number of new & old collectors have popped in here on this site and elsewhere with items they want to know about...Is this real? What's the value? and so on.