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This just happened today (November 2, 2013).
A little while ago, Ebay removed my Derek Jeter "1997 Topps Rookie Of The Year" autograph card. Continue
This is the second time this has happened to me.
It happened to me…
Added by Christopher Williams on November 2, 2013 at 1:30pm —
A 3"x5" card signed by Martin Luther King, Jr. Some even age toning but still very fine condition. His autograph is bold, simple and kind. Just like the man himself, his autograph is symbolic of his nature. Signed the same year of his assassination makes this haunting piece a gem for any… Continue
Added by Regency Superior on August 29, 2013 at 7:13am —
So I am originally from ElCajon California and recently my dad, who is a NASCAR fan, came to visit. He said the Jimmie Johnson boy me and my sister used to hang out with who raced dirt bikes and had all those HUGE trophies in 8th grade was the same guy who drives for NASCAR. Today I found my junior high year book with his pic and an autograph..Just wondering why the… Continue
Added by Angela Charles on May 27, 2013 at 12:26pm —
I see a lot of questions around the internet and collector's chat regarding Harrison Ford autographs. Quite honestly, Harrison is a very good signer and is out in the public quite a bit ( unlike some stars that only appear during a movie promotion ) in California and NY.
Harrison is one of the top names in the last 30 years of entertainment and is by far one of the most desirable autographs for any collection.
Since I have been regarded as one of the world's… Continue
Added by Brandon Mysinger on July 9, 2011 at 10:57pm —
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
Added by Markus Brandes on June 10, 2011 at 1:08am —
Now here is a fair question to ponder upon. Many on this site will be angry and attack, but yet a fair and important question that needs to be addressed. My answers and reseach will come at the end of the Blog Post.
I am Scott Davidoff.
Added by Scott Davidoff on September 21, 2010 at 9:00pm —
If you collect Beatles autographs, you probably know the name Frank Caiazzo. If you don’t, you may want him to take a look at your Fab Four signature collection. Frank is the world’s most trusted authenticator of the autographs of John, Paul, George and Ringo. That’s why RRAuction recently added Frank as a consultant on our Board of Authenticators. Authentic vintage Beatle autographs sell for more and more with each passing year, so RR Auction better get it right. Now with Frank joining our… Continue
Added by Bobby Livingston on September 21, 2010 at 9:30am —
The only one I know is Sting. Do you have any more bands that sell autographs at their merch tents?
Added by Tim Henderson on September 6, 2010 at 5:48pm —
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Here is the interesting iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad app for Autograph.("Autograph It)
Also for Android also it's available -…
Added by Natarajan Sambamoorthy on April 26, 2010 at 6:50pm —
Thank you, so much steve for your help. Now i hope everyone can see my Bono Autograph i won at Fred S. Auction page. And can say is it real or did i get a $31 dollar rip off. Thank you all for looking and giving me your insight. Bless you all. Thanks for helping those in need and of a disablity... steve mills, ky
Added by steven foster mills on October 21, 2009 at 8:05am —
I need to know from those who have Bono Autographs out there. The way he signs his photos or what ever. I just won a Auction bid and i dont want to post who it is. But i would like too know is mine real or a Fake. Maybe i need to let others know what they may or may not be getting. I have put my photo on here can some one check it out for me. Thank you, for helping someone in need and of a disablity....
Added by steven foster mills on October 20, 2009 at 4:50pm —