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Was Jimi left or right-handed?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stepeanut 11 hours ago. 1 Reply

I was watching a documentary about Jimi last night and was amazed to see him signing autographs with his right hand. I have studied his autograph for years and actually own a set of Experience…Continue

Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)

Started this discussion. Last reply by james conger on Wednesday. 5 Replies

This lot just sold for £36,000 plus 30%+ commission. Although the provenance is fantastic neither the program nor bag are in great condition. I ask myself, is the lot really worth getting on for…Continue

Jean-Luc Godard

Started Sep 16 0 Replies

This week we lost one of the most influential movie directors of all time, Jean-Luc Godard.To mark his passing, I am posting an example of his autograph from my collection.Does anyone have another…Continue

Three Bob Marley autographs up for auction

Started this discussion. Last reply by a pug called eva Jul 16. 2 Replies

There seem to have been a suspiciously high number of Marley autographs popping up in UK auction houses lately. At the moment there are no less than three on offer. I must confess I find it…Continue

 

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Stepeanut replied to a pug called eva's discussion Was Jimi left or right-handed?
"Hendrix wrote with his right hand. True ambidexterity — being able to perform all tasks equally well with either hand — is extremely rare.  Hendrix was mixed-handed, sometimes known as cross-dominance, which is relatively common,…"
11 hours ago
a pug called eva posted a discussion

Was Jimi left or right-handed?

I was watching a documentary about Jimi last night and was amazed to see him signing autographs with his right hand. I have studied his autograph for years and actually own a set of Experience autographs (that I hope is real) so I should have known better but I always assumed he signed left-handed.I found this old but interesting aticle about Jimi's ambidexterity this morning:…See More
12 hours ago
a pug called eva replied to Chris1523's discussion Led Zepplin II fully signed. Opinions?
"Sold for £13,000 + 30/35% premium so just as well it's good."
yesterday
a pug called eva replied to BallroomDays67's discussion John Lennon Signature Study 1970-1980
"While I'm thinking about it here are my two Lennon's from early 1970. This one was signed on 8 February 1970 at the TV studios where John and Yoko were being interviewed by Simon Dee. It was obtained by the in-person collector Laurie…"
Thursday
a pug called eva replied to fab432's discussion Beatles Signed B&W Photograph - Very Nice
"This photo sold for a hammer price of "only" £6,500. I wonder whether "the market" was skeptical or whether the contrast issues put bidders off. I certainly had my reservations."
Thursday
a pug called eva replied to Mikex's discussion Thoughts on this John Lennon
"This has to be a very close call. I agree that the example Ballroom posted for comparison looks more fluid but the OP also looks pretty fluid to me. Perhaps just the "nnon" is a little less so. The fact that the same pen appears to have…"
Thursday
a pug called eva replied to Mikex's discussion Thoughts on this John Lennon
"Thanks Eric. I read OP as original post - hence my confusion. All the points you raise about the Lennon are valid. The whole autograph does slant somewhat the "wrong" way. I was going by the general fluidity of it, particularly of the…"
Wednesday
a pug called eva replied to Mikex's discussion Thoughts on this John Lennon
"Hi Eric, any particular reason for not liking the OP? I'm a bit lost as to the comments that follow (joke, lol etc.). Perhaps the comments have landed in the wrong part of the thread. Either that or I just don't get the joke."
Wednesday
james conger replied to a pug called eva's discussion Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)
"WOW , Great piece & price too, both are  ."
Wednesday
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)
"No, I now see you were talking about the program. I found the item that went for $75,000 before premiums. The Heritage price also seems incredible to me but the documentation that came with the program seems far more "important" and…"
Wednesday
a pug called eva replied to a pug called eva's discussion Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)
"Are you talking about the bag? Could you post a link?"
Wednesday
a pug called eva replied to Mikex's discussion Thoughts on this John Lennon
"I would say authentic based on two 1970 examples from my collection. I always drag this one out for John and Yoko comparisons. This example has never been posted before: "
Wednesday
Mark Saunders replied to a pug called eva's discussion Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)
"Heritage sold a near perfect one for like $94k last year. This one is nice and I wish I had it. "
Wednesday
spaceman replied to a pug called eva's discussion Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl. fees)
"Wow!! That is huge money for these items. Will it set a president or was it a must have by a one off bidder."
Nov 29
a pug called eva posted a discussion

Signed AHDN program with flight bag sells for close on £50,000 (incl, fees)

This lot just sold for £36,000 plus 30%+ commission. Although the provenance is fantastic neither the program nor bag are in great condition. I ask myself, is the lot really worth getting on for £50,000?Here is a link to the lot. Have a look at all the pics:…See More
Nov 29
a pug called eva replied to Mark Saunders's discussion Offered at RR. Is this legit?
"The auctioneer was on mute when the lot was sold but I presume he didn't urge caution. I don't think any bids were made during the auction so I presume a commission bidder was (un)lucky enough to get it. With a hammer price of Euro 5,000…"
Nov 29

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What would you like to tell us about yourself, your collecting, or business.
Mainly better quality items with an emphasis on female leading ladies of the 20s to 60s. Some rock & pop too.
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Advanced Collector
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researching autographs I own
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What are your areas of interest?
Classic Hollywood and Stage, Music
Why do you collect?
Mainly: 1) wanting to own a piece of history, 2) wanting to get closer to a legend, 3) wanting something attractive to display (applies mainly to signed photos), 4) wanting to own something that is rare, desired by others and valuable, 5) potential financial gain and potential source of liquidity if needed
What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
Too difficult to decide.
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
Jesus

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At 10:42pm on April 25, 2014, geraldzheng said…

DO YOU WANT TO SELL Audrey Hepburn SIGNED PHOTO?

 
 
 

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