I have been in contact with Judge Lovert Bassett in reference to his lawsuit against Autograph Central (Bryan Slaven). Mr. Bassett purchased eight signed photographs from Autograph Central (Bryan Slaven). The eight signed photographs contained a total of ten (10) signatures of Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney and Elsa Lanchester.
All ten signatures were authenticated by Christopher Morales, Forensic…Continue
Greetings. My name is Kelly Wilkins. I am a forensic document examiner/handwriting analyst/expert and an avid collector of autographs, myself. But, I go to horror movie conventions to meet my "heroes", and it dawned on me. Now that I am certified, why not use this for my benefit. I have met with managers and the actors themselves as well as other avid collectors and have started to add signature authentication to my services. Now, this is why I am contacting you. Since this is a subject…Continue
As many of you already know, RR Auction has a space autograph expert named Scott Cornish.
A 30-year hobby veteran, Scott focuses only on space, and consistently goes above and beyond the call as he reviews every space-themed signature that comes through our door. We pass on items—or reject them outright—based on his opinion. Scott is extremely diligent in his reviews and conservative in his assessments.
Before we consulted…Continue
Last Wednesday, I received an autograph back for my longest wait ever. I collect baseball players' autographs, and I usually send off about 10 a month.
My longest wait had been 8 years for Darrell Evans c/o his home, but now I have shattered that mark.
I sent off for Kevin Reimer c/o the Texas Rangers in May of 1991. I received it back last week with the 29 cent stamp still affixed (the post office didn't charge me postage due, either). That is a wait of 19 years and 1…Continue
Today, after 3 months, I've placed 15 new photos on my weblog http://behaver.skynetblogs.be
Please, take a look at it.
I still need the adresses from Austin Roberts, Mary McGregor & Lisa Marie Presley.
Added by Jan Costermans on June 13, 2011 at 8:22am — No Comments
Every year the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco is the amazing Highlight of the season. It is like a paradise, where you can collect autographs. There are many opportunities to meet the stars. E.g. at the charity soccer match, around the many yachts in the harbor, at the Hugo Boss-Party or at a prêt-a-porter. There is always something an amazement!
Sebastian Vettel was the star of the weekend.…Continue
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I am doing inventory on my collection to obtain an ins policy and I have come accross some unknow hockey player autographs that I cannot remember who I got to sign them. Can anyone who knows hockey autographs please help? These are from the 2005-2008 era. One player was a Florida Panther on a logo puck, but I cant for the life of me remeber who it is. The bottom right one I think was an ottawa senator but Im not sure. Any help is greatly…Continue
Added by Tim Henderson on June 8, 2011 at 5:04pm — No Comments
The nice powers that be at Montser Mania allowed me press passes to cover this years Baltimore convention.
So, I was very lucky to have met and interviewed actor Lance Hendricksen!!
I will be writing much more here about the Montser Mania Con and my interview and autographs with Lance Hendricksen. So as they say......."Please Stand By".....
Added by Mark J Gross on June 6, 2011 at 6:03pm — No Comments
As a lifetime collector starting at age seven, my passion for the past two decades has been collecting autographed golf balls from best-loved golfers, famous Hollywood entertainers, notable sports stars, and U.S. presidents. I claim to have one of the largest and most diversified collections of autographed golf balls in America with over 300 inscribed balls in my bag.
Luckily, I've had a pretty easy time in getting celebrities from all walks of life to sign golf balls, but I have run…Continue
Beatles history was made on May 21. On that day, Case Antiques, a regional art and antiques auction house in Knoxville, Tenn., sold a previously unknown "Meet the Beatles" album, signed by the Fab Four.
It wasn't the price that made history. At $63,250 including the buyer's premium, the price was good, considering it was the only music piece offered in an antique and art auction, but not a particularly strong. The Hard Rock auctioned a similar one around a decade ago for about…Continue