I had to give this EBay scammer their own blog.
Check out the below auctions listed by Ebay seller Johnjohnwh98.
These are some of the most horrific forgeries you will ever see. These forgeries were all penned by the same hand.
First, let's look at a Tony Gwynn forgery sold by Ebay seller Johnjohnwh98 that sold…Continue
Added by Kevin Segall on February 28, 2013 at 2:39pm — No Comments
HELLO, I HAVE FOR SALE A THURMAN MUNSON NY YANKEE SIGNED CANCELLED CHECK WITH A JSA COA
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOUR INTERESTED AND WHAT IS YOUR OFFER PRICE
I HAVE PICTURES EMAIL ME, GALYSPORTS@AOL.COM
THANK YOU LOU
Added by LOU DONELLO on February 26, 2013 at 11:09am — No Comments
Meet New York Rangers Stanley Cup Hero, Stephane Matteau at our Store, Cow Over The Moon for a Live Autograph Signing
Friday April 26, 2013 from 6PM - 9PM
Call us at our store at 631-424-1796 to pre purchase tickets to gaurantee an autograph.
Stephane Matteau's 1994 Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 Double Overtime Winning goal is considered by many the greatest goal in New York Rangers History, and Howie Rose's famous call: "Matteau!, Matteau!, Matteau!"…Continue
Added by Cow Over The Moom on February 26, 2013 at 10:37am — No Comments
Added by Ryan Barr on February 25, 2013 at 2:24pm — No Comments
Anyone have an opinion about the authenticity of this current Ebay Listing? It's for a Clapton Strat with 2 COA's?? I continue to see a lot of COA's from Hollywood Collection or Hollywood Authentics, but can't find a thing about them on the Web. …Continue
On my quest to bring you autograph collectors the latest news, I came across something that struck me as incredibly bizarre this morning. That’s because I merely read the first line. Now, living in San Diego and having Steve Garvey be a hero for a homerun that helped get the Padres into the World Series – any news about him is big. Yet I read the story as: Former Dodger and Padres slugger Steve Garvey is battling prostate cancer. The 10-time All Star and 1974 MVP, had his prostate…Continue
Added by Josh Board on February 23, 2013 at 2:19pm — No Comments
I would like to write a personal letter to Sam Bradford. I know that I can send a letter either to the University of Oklahoma or to the St. Louis Rams to have these two places refer my letter to Sam. There's no guarantee my letter will be forwarded. If anyone out there has an address where I can reach Sam, I would be most appreciative. I requested the same information for Heisman winner Mike Rozier and someone came through for me. Joe Galiardi, author, Hooked on…
Came across this today.. here is the original link - text and some pictures are copied out below:
"Hello and welcome to our add for Babe Ruth museum quality replicas ! these baseballs are hand designed exactly to the replica ball it is hand crafted to ! these baseballs are the exact wieght as the…Continue
It seems like just the other day we were discussing people that collect autographs from people like Hitler. Now comes this disturbing story – letters from Mark David Chapmen are on the block. I love the fact that most people don’t know his name, because it’s one thing journalists always struggle with when it comes to people that kill or shoot famous folks. If you print their names when writing about them, it gives them that infamy they were possibly seeking. I just didn’t know how to tell…Continue
after many years of saving i finally own a ted williams signed upperdeck baseball with box and all the paperwork even call upperdeck to verified it and came back legit just posted on here for you guys to tell me what u think u can never be to sure thanks a bunch …Continue
One Auction house offer this LP! Fake or not?? . Tell me what you think! All comments welcome!
Over the last few months we have seen the old Scoreboard COA (and reproductions of the old Scoreboard COA) being tainted with holograms.
The holograms being attached to the Scoreboard COA is an attempt to convince autograph collectors (actually wannabe autograph collectors) that the autograph(s) they are purchasing are authentic. This, of course, is not the case.
I never liked Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., the representative from Illinois. It’s not because of his politics, but his dad. It amazes me that anybody even gives that guy air time. But I digress.
Jesse Jackson, Jr. recently resigned from Congress, claiming to be treated for Bipolar disorder. It now turns out Mr. Jackson may have also had an addiction. It’s an addiction that many of you on this website also suffer from. That, of an autograph and memorabilia collector!
What are the…Continue
Interesting article. Looks like a chunk of this stuff was bought in Las Vegas with campaign funds. I'd be curious to see how many of the things he bought were forgeries.
Maybe if they find out he bought forgeries his dad could protest the businesses that peddled it and strong arm them for ransom.