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New UACC Website is AMAZING!!!

The UACC has a new website and it's incredible--absolutely beautiful and state of the art! They're still getting content up--it's a work in progress--but I couldn't be more impressed.

Go to www.uacc.org and take a look! And join if you aren't a member. They're an important group and need your support.


Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on October 12, 2010 at 9:26pm — 5 Comments

FBI Investigating American Royal Arts, Christopher Morales and Others Over Rock and Roll Forgeries

The rumors circulating autograph hobby are true. Since 2008, the New York Office of the FBI has been investigating Florida-based autograph and memorabilia gallery chain American Royal Arts and its owner, Jerry Gladstone, over the suspected trafficking in rock and roll forgeries. According to marketing claims by Gladstone, American Royal Arts was the world's largest seller of signed music memorabilia, specializing autographs of the Beatles, Elvis, The Rolling Stones,…

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Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on September 28, 2010 at 4:30am — 106 Comments

Autograph Magazine is Going Primarily Online

I’m sorry for the delays getting the magazine out. Autograph magazine needs to primarily become an online publication, for many reasons that I'll tell you tomorrow.



We’ll all miss print issues, but I think you’ll love the online benefits: more and larger photos, discussion forums, and feedback on celebrity address success are just a few! Plus current subscribers will get twice the months of your remaining subscriptions…
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Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on September 10, 2010 at 7:11pm — 60 Comments

Beatles-Signed Abbey Road Albums: What's Real? What's Fake?

Sometimes you just have enough. Brian Waring, a collector from Colorado, was one such fellow. He tried to sell a Beatles-signed Abbey Road and a Stones-signed Sticky Fingers album on eBay, but his listings were kicked-off because they thought they were forgeries. He was sure eBay was wrong—he paid tens of thousands of dollars for them from… Continue

Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on July 6, 2010 at 10:00pm — 443 Comments

James Cameron on TMZ: Think Again

Sometimes the media jumps on stories without asking enough questions.



Yesterday, Christmas Eve, was one of those days.



The lead video on TMZ's Web site was an airport encounter with a so-called fan and James Cameron. The "fan" had an "Avatar" poster he asked Cameron to sign. Cameron refused and the guy got pushy. Not like an adoring fan asking again for an autograph. Not even like an aggressive professional autograph runner—unless he was the dumbest one in the world.… Continue

Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on December 25, 2009 at 1:30am — 33 Comments

Safe Autograph Buying 101

Autograph collecting is an exciting and rewarding pursuit, and there are hundreds of dealers and auction houses that are dedicated to selling only no-question genuine autographs. Because every autograph is unique, even the best make mistakes from time to time. But every reputable autograph dealer, and most reputable auction houses, sell autographs with a lifetime money-back guarantee of authenticity that you can take to the bank. The guarantee you want will be similar to this:…



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Added by Steve Cyrkin, Community Manager on November 9, 2009 at 3:00am — 5 Comments

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