They take up a lot of space, but signed basketballs are the supreme choice for basketball fans. Amogn the players currently signing are Robert Parish and Muggsy Bogues.
A local buying trip to area thrift stores lands some unexpected treasures. Among the items picked up are a signed book fr a U.S. General, a signed Curtis Joseph photo and signed and game-used hockey sticks, including an example by Tom Barrasso.
One of the more difficult sigatures to get through the mail, Shaquille O’Neal is sending signed items back thrugh the postal system. Has his idle time in Boston made him more of a signer? Plus, updates on Rocky Bleier, Ed Jones and Oscar Robertson.
In the latest Autograph Chaser article in SCD, Tom Talbot reveals success stories regarding Jack Nicklaus (and a very large golf ball), Jimmer Fredette and Mark Spitz.
In a new monthly column in SCD, Tom Talbot takes us on the autograph trail in his column Autogrpah Chaser. Talbot will cover his successes in through-the-mail autographs and other surprises that have popped up in thie popular niche in the hobby.
An estate sale nets 80 signed baseball for $20 – containing mostly signatures from a Triple A baseball team that included many future major leaguers.
Spring training is starting up across Major League Baseball and that means one thing – it’s a great time for autographs. Here are a few things to keep in ind if heading off to Florida or Arizona in the next few weeks.