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Jimmy Page Guitar

Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric K. Longo Oct 13. 5 Replies

I highly esteem Heritage, but am a bit leery of their current lot for a Jimmy Page signed guitar. I'm no expert but what do you think?…Continue

Celebrities Passing...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Strecker Sep 28. 4 Replies

It seems I always heard, or was under the impression, that when a celebrity passes away their signed memorabilia greatly increases in value. I'm beginning to wonder how true this really is. Do they…Continue

Signed Photos for Display...?

Started Jun 30 0 Replies

What is the best way to keep and store a signed glossy photograph? I would assume framing it w/ a glass facing is not a very good idea but how would one safely (correctly) preserve it while having it…Continue

Signed Photos for Display...?

Started Jun 30 0 Replies

What is the best way to keep and store a signed glossy photograph? I would assume framing it w/ a glass facing is not a very good idea but how would one safely (correctly) preserve it while having it…Continue

 

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Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Guitar
"Unfortunately, I have seen that percentage twice before doing reviews/evaluations :("
Oct 13
Joe W. replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Guitar
"Imagine that........."
Oct 13
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Guitar
"Well, it appears to be a vintage Norma Japanese guitar, whose plastic tuner heads and front jack plate suggest a very inexpensive model. The signature is rushed and has poor placement and poor contrast. I decided to look at something I know more…"
Oct 13
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion Jimmy Page Guitar
"There are two - which one?"
Oct 13
Jason Strecker replied to RDDB's discussion Celebrities Passing...
"I think the biggest thing is supply and demand of bigger stars. For baseball, you have Mantle, DiMaggio and Williams who did a fair share of public and private signings and yet the demand might outweigh the supply. Plus, the "supply" sees…"
Sep 28
Joe W. replied to RDDB's discussion Celebrities Passing...
"Let's take, Burt Reynolds, there was definitely an uptick of interest in his autographs when he passed away. Some were selling much above market value. Although, I also noticed, that many were still being offered at only slightly more or at the…"
Sep 27
Joe W. replied to RDDB's discussion Celebrities Passing...
"Usually, there is a brief, intense uptick in interest and value upon the passing on a celebrity. As you said, the circumstances impacts the initial uptick selling prices. After a period of time the autograph values settles into a value more in line…"
Sep 27
Cogo replied to RDDB's discussion Celebrities Passing...
"To me it’s without a doubt true. Both then it comes to the biggest names like Michael Jackson and Prince and celebreties on a little lower level like Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell.  Then these died = value rised in a big way! The…"
Sep 27
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Celebrities Passing...

It seems I always heard, or was under the impression, that when a celebrity passes away their signed memorabilia greatly increases in value. I'm beginning to wonder how true this really is. Do they really increase that much or do they pretty much retain their same current value as when the celebrity lives? There are probably variables in each celebrity and the circumstances, etc. But I was wondering what the basic, true consensus is on this. Thanks!See More
Sep 27
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Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"It's like getting all exciting because there were new holographic stickers and newer "DNA" watermarks on the COA. It gives the impression folks are concerned that the COA could be fake. This suggests folks are indeed giving it much…"
Jan 30
Eric K. Longo replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"Marketing idiocy. And it has people looking at everything but the autograph. I always thought this would fluoresce under normal black light - I don't know or care. False security IMO. "The chances of duplicating the strand are 1 in 33…"
Jan 30
RDDB replied to RDDB's discussion PSA/DNA Laser Calibration Mark..?
"I contacted them (PSA/DNA) personally by phone and couldn't hardly get any kind of educated or accurate info. I would assume that contacting them personally by phone would answer my questions. So again, if anyone can help me I would sincerely…"
Jan 30
terrier8HOF replied to RDDB's discussion 2 PSA/DNA Questions...
"I always wondered what the hell they meant by that DNA strand, and what it really means to collectors. I still don't get it."
Jan 6

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I collect and sale autographed guitars
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Paul McCartney/Keith Richards
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You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Paul McCartney

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