In my search for Kurt Cobain autographs, I have search all over the world to find it. Lately there have been a few Kurt Cobain signed CDs with cool inscription that are being offer from UK by 2 different sellers on the bay.
Here are the pictures of the 2 Kurt Cobain’s signed CDs.
I have to sell an autopragh of the great BB King (at the 10th position of the 'most wanted') but I don't know how much I must ask.
I get it on 1985 at Jazz festival in Nice, France.
Someone can help me?
Thanks a lot to all!
I had a few movie related autograph things I was going to mention. The first was about the Harrison Ford Star Wars jacket he autographed and sold for charity. Yet I saw that somebody on this site wrote about that.
So, a few autograph things in recent movies.
In an indie movie called "High-Rise" Tom Hiddleston plays a guy that moves into a high rise that has…Continue
Added by Josh Board on April 20, 2016 at 10:40am — No Comments
What a hectic but fun week for me.
Last Saturday, Blue Oyster Cult played a small venue in Akron for two shows. In a previous blog, I stated that I wasn't going to try for them since I was 0 for 2 in trying to get them after the show and Buck and Eric basically ignored everyone there.
A friend of mine had some previous success getting them before the…Continue
I met a guy at a party 10 years ago, who “managed” Vince Neil, the singer of Motley Crue. By manage, it had something to do with race cars. This guy was a gearhead, and Neil was really into that. He lined up various race cars and celebrity races for Neil. He told me if I wanted his autograph, he’d…Continue
A few weeks ago I posted the video of Kyle Busch being stuck in traffic and seeing a woman next to him wearing his hat. He honked, she freaked, and he signed the hat from his car. It was a wonderful moment, but it got me thinking about autographed hats. I've never liked them. It's for the same reason I don't like autographed shirts -- you can't wear them any more!
I'm new to this site, so hope I'm using it correctly. Seems every time I find a reputable company or authentication service, I find information that denounces it. This even includes PSA/DNA which I assumed to be the gold standard of authentication services. Roger Epperson, seems legit, then I find a lawsuit with email thread in which he gets nasty and doesn't honor his own guarantee. Then there's Antiquities in Las Vegas, which seems a high end reputable store in business for many years…Continue
You know what I’ve given a lot of thought to over the years? What happens to my collection of autographs and sports/movie/music memorabilia when I die. Since I only have one kid, I just assumed she’d get it all. The problem is...I don’t want her getting ripped off if she decides to sell things. Let’s…Continue
I know, the title of this blog sounds like a Jerry Seinfeld show.
I remember when the Lakers acquired future Hall of Famer Steve Nash. Anybody that knew basketball, knew it was a horrible move. He was old, and injury prone. Yet once he joined the team, he was on the freeway and saw people with a Lakers bumper sticker. He honked at them (he wasn't driving, his friend was). They freaked out when they saw him, and there's video of them handing him a beer, while both cars were traveling…Continue