Free Autograph Baseball Sports Card Guide TTM
Free Autograph Baseball Sports Card Guide TTM
September 2012 – Chicago Bears - Nick Roach
September 2012 – Buffalo Bills - Mario Williams and George Wilson
September 2012 Denver Broncos - Von Miller and Derek Wolfe
October 2012 – Chicago Bears - Alshon Jeffrey
October 2012 – Chicago Bears - Brian Urlacher
November 2012 – Houston Oilers - Earl Campbell
Did you know that you can get Chipper Jones autograph for FREE! According to his website,Chipperjones.com, all you need to do is send him a written request, along with a postage paid envelope and he will send you back a personally signed photo.
Don’t bother sending in your own collectibles or memorabilia to be signed. Chipper receives thousands of items every year and it is just too much to keep up with. He will only send you the signed photo which can take a year or longer to make it’s way back to you. Still, not a bad deal for this Atlanta Braves Future Hall of Famer.
Photo credit: Jim McIsaac
Get Full Autograph Signing Details Right Here: http://mab-celebrity.com/c-2649-jason-pierre-paul-michael-boley-andre-brown-ramses-barden-more-in-store-appearance-102.aspx
Players Signing Autographs Include:
Jason Pierre-Paul: 7:30pm
Michael Boley: 8:00pm
Andre Brown: 8:00pm
Ramses Barden: 8:00pm
Mark Herzlich: 7:00pm
Justin Tryon: 7:00pm
J & S Sports Gallery
858 Franklin Avenue
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
Tuesday, October 2
Starts at 7pm
A community library in Florida recently made a very cool find while going through one of its storage closets. It was a penny postcard from the 1940s that contained what looks like an autograph from baseball legend Babe Ruth.
There was only one problem: The postcard also looked like a child had used it for a piece of scratch paper while learning about the wonderful world of punctuation:
Officials from the Clermont Memorial Library Association have yet to authenticate Ruth’s signature, but there’s a chance it’s the real deal. The Yankees used to hold spring training down the road in St. Petersburg and it was common back then to have baseball stars (as well as other celebrities) autograph postcards instead of their baseball cards.
Hollywood Autographs pegs the value of a Ruth autograph at anywhere from $20,000 if the signature is on a baseball to around $3,000 if it’s on a photo or card. There’s no telling, though, how much this card would be devalued with the presence of some additional doodling as well as what looks like an aborted attempt to trace over Ruth’s signed name.
The postcard has no address, but it does have some unfortunate, additional writing on it. It appears a child used the same signed card to practice his or her homework, writing, “Period is this,” followed by an arrow pointing to the punctuation mark.
Several photos were also found in the storage unit, which could help identify the original owner.
Library officials have released the photos to the public, hoping that someone will recognize the subjects and be able to shed some light on how the Ruth autograph ended up in their storage closet.
And on the chance that the young grammarian/graffiti artist is still alive? Well, he or she is probably overdue for a lecture about respecting other people’s property.
Preferably from the man in Ohio who looks exactly like Babe Ruth.
NEW YORK – Leila “Lee” Dunbar, former head of Sotheby’s Collectibles department and longtime Antiques Roadshow sports memorabilia appraiser, will speak on the subject of valuing sports collectibles on Monday evening, Oct. 1, at the Salmagundi Club in Manhattan.
A Certified Member of the Appraisers Association, Dunbar will demystify the process of reviewing and valuing sports memorabilia and offer specific resources for authentication and valuation. The lecture will benefit both collectors and general antiques dealers who want to know how to value sports items that may turn up in estates and consignments.
Those who’ve watched Dunbar in action through her television appearances know they can expect an entertaining, highly informative lecture on Monday evening. The start time for the two-hour talk is 6 p.m., and the cost of admission is $25 ($15 to Appraisers Association members).
The Salmagundi Club is located at 47 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003. For additional information log on to www.appraisersassoc.org or call 212-889-5404.
Steiner Sports sent out this tweet today that Cecil Fielder will be appearing at Louie’s and Johnnies Restaurant in New Rochelle,NY today July 31st at 12pm
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