Today we are going to revisit the Sports Collectors Digest (SCD) May 2005 interview with Christopher L. Morales.
Back in May/June 2005 SCD published a two-part interview with Christopher L. Morales. The articles were titled "Newcomer Morales Touts Formal Training" and "Morales Employing Strong Forensic Background."
I will analyze excerpts from the interview without taking anything out of context.
SCD: How long do you spend per…Continue
I attended the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Con this past weekend...9/22-24//2011, in Baltimore, Md. and it was incredible!
The guests there were Patty Duke, Michael Constantine, Karen Valentine, Tony Dow, DAVY JONES, Billy Gray, Jimmy Hunt, Charles Herbert, Larry Storch, Conrad Brooks, Ed Nelson, Jim Rosen, Mark Redfiled, and Lauren Chapin.....all at ONE show!!!!
I was there to snap photos and get some great interviews with the guests!
You MUST attend next year if you missed…Continue
Thursday September 22, 2011, Nick Mason, drummer of Pink Floyd, did a Q&A at The Grammy Museum, to a room of about 150 fans…Continue
As a service to our fellow autograph collectors out there, Collector's Shangri-La provides a monthly calendar of selected celebrity autograph signings through our blog at: http://collectorsshangrila.blogspot.com/…Continue
Added by Kevin Segall on September 25, 2011 at 11:14am — No Comments
Here at Collector's Shangri-La, we do our best to hunt out the most interesting celebrity autograph sweepstakes and giveaways, so you don't have to! Here are a few current ones you may want to enter:
On September 9, 2011 the Pawn Stars reality show aired a segment in which they were offered a Bram Stoker signed "Dracula" book.
Corey (the same guy that purchased that ridiculously-funny Lou Gehrig signed jersey) was excited about purchasing the "Dracula" book signed by the author himself, Bram Stoker.
So Corey calls in "his buddy" Drew Max, Forensic Document Examiner, to examine the Bram Stoker signature. Mr. Max pulls out his Hubble-sized magnifying glass and begins to…Continue
Hi there im new here and if i posted this in the wrong spot sorry, i wanted to ask what others thought about this paul mccartney autograph i got a few years ago it is on an envelope i can get more pictures just thought a closeup of the signature would be best. I believe the seller had told me he met paul at a museum in the uk ( thus the item it's signed on) and seems like he wasent rushed signing it
thanks in advance for your help
While going through stuff to sell for a garage sale, I came across a couple of autographed photos I had forgotten about. Anyone know where I can sell these? I know they are authentic, they are made out to family members. One is a Willie Mosconi made out to my dad & the other is a Billy Martin made out to my cousin. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!
Old book autographed by Bela Lugosi. I Have an autograph collection that has been in my family for generations, I'm looking for advice about one item that I would like to have valued. I spoke to Tom Kramer about the autographs but he was not sure about the book, Crowned Masterpieces of Modern fiction, Dracula, Doubleday Page & Company 1903, Signed by Bela Lugosi on Page one above the title Dracula. The book it self has some value, on the web for 1000.00 and the autograph also has a value…Continue
Monster Mania Convention is one of the BEST shows around!!!
The guests are a unique and an awesome line up, and you must acquire some incredible autographs here!
So much fun, with guest stars, dealers rooms, and soooooo much more!!!
This is the show to attend, you will be so happy you came out for this wonderful experience!
Here is the link.....see you there!…Continue
Added by Mark J Gross on September 12, 2011 at 8:27am — No Comments
The exhibition of my seven year 9/11 aftermath collection is progressing... taking place from now until October 14, 2011 at the Art Center at Queens College (in Flushing, NY not far from the location of the U.S. Open.)
For details and the press release go to:
For some video coverage go to:…Continue
Added by Kevin Segall on September 10, 2011 at 9:52pm — No Comments
As a child in Sarasota, Florida, I lived next door to Bud Sagendorf, who drew Popeye for the last 50 years. In 1994, shortly before his death, he gave an original comic strip drawing used in the Sunday paper to each member of my family. These drawings are roughly 15" tall by 18" wide and are mounted on heavy white cardboard. They are the actual art submitted to the newspapers to print. Here is a copy of the one that I have in my possession. …Continue
I'm the expert who answers the question: Who used this almanac as a diary as the first shots were fired in the American…Continue