Its Matty Michanowicz. Thank you for all of your professional responses to my questions regarding the Jim Morrison signed photograph. I am infact going to sell it utilizing your auction site. Allowing your company to profit from the expert answers to my questions is the least I can do. This little profit will allow you to continue to provide others the services that were extended to me. A few questonis before I begin to send out the photo.
1. Where shoul I send it out for authication that is recognizable by collectors? PSA is my best guess
2. Any names for the person that reviews rock autographs that is respected in the community?
3. As you suggested "upgrade" my Paypall info.
4. I plan to list this item around February 15. I will read how your site recommends how to list. There is currently an autograph of Jim Morrison being sold. I will keep my auction open after that one closes inorder to capture any potential bidders that missed out on the first auction.
5. Any additional input from you or your team is much appreciated.
PS Feel free to pick up the phone to call me for any questions. I travel to california about 6 times a year. If you want to see this inperson, we may be able to arrange tthis. (if you are personally sitill interested in making the purchase)
I have a huge collection of Tupac autographs and historical writings that were written and signed by his hand, in las Vegas NV, about July 4, 1996. It is the largest collection of Tupac known and the most significant besides his BMW that recently came up for sale. The collection Includes four hand signed 2pac autographs, two signed Tupac Shakur autographs, 10 2over notations in Tupacs handwriting, and numerous other notations written in 2pacs hand. Including "Homeo Sexual Dog", ten "2over", Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, two Makaveli, Three Eric B., three Rakim, one Big Daddy Kane, four 50 Cent, 3 Quincy Delight Jones, seven Magic 1 # One "Zero Eight", and four "Easy E". The collection should be in the Rock N Roll hall of Fame. It would be a shame if this collection does not end up there.
Hi, I just found your comments to me, three years after the fact! I really was disappointed that AC was no longer being printed. I joined here, but it is much more difficult to get around a website than sitting on the couch turning pages of a magazine, at least it is for me. But I have renewed interest in sending for autographs, so I will stumble around here, trying to work all this stuff. Also, I could not find any addresses here like you had in the magazine. Am I missing them? Will try to post comments, like you suggested, but I may mess that up, too. I already tried once, but lost the whole thing. Thanx. Phyllis
Hey Steve, I've finally got the time to get that Queen study guide done if youd still like that put together for the site. I know when we discussed it last, you wanted it posted on a sister site so please let me know what your thoughts are on it and I'll start piecing it together for whatever site youd like it on. Thanks.
The ones on the back are fine....from April 5, 1962 at the Cavern Club in Liverpool. They were about to travel to play at the Star Club in Hamburg...it was when they arrived they found out that Stu Sutcliffe had passed away on April 10, 1962. This was "Beatles Fan Club Night". They wanted to thank the kids for all their support before they went off the Germany. The first set...they wore their leather clothes, and for the second set, their wore their new Beno Dorn suits.