6 edition of The standard guide to collecting autographs found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 600) and index.
|Other titles||Collecting autographs|
|Statement||Mark Allen Baker.|
|LC Classifications||Z41 .B36 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||601 p. :|
|Number of Pages||601|
|LC Control Number||98087291|
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Collectors can compare signatures to the examples to determine the genuineness of autographs. Shoeless Joe and the rest of the Black Sox are explored in depth, along with Roger Maris, Gil Hodges and the top 50 non–Hall of Fame autographs. A new price guide examines values of various signed . An interesting and informative book for those seeking to begin an autograph collection. Contains pages including index with photographs and facsimile signatures throughout. Author details proper procedures in acquiring autographs, how to protect them and a list of reputable U.S an international autograph dealers and auction houses (very.
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Standard Guide To Collecting Autographs: A Reference And Value Guide: Baker, Mark Allen: : Books/5(3). It pretty much covers most of the autographs that a collector could ever hope to collect. I would expect that this book will become the industry standard reference guide for the autograph hobby.
In particular, I found the sections on the Supreme /5(6). Buy a cheap copy of The Standard Guide to Collecting book by Mark Allen Baker. More t autograph values -- 15, names in all -- make this a must-have for any autograph collector. Includes accurate pricing in all key autograph Free shipping over $Author: Mark Allen Baker.
Get this from a library. The standard guide to collecting autographs: a reference & value guide. [Mark Allen Baker] -- A reference and value guide to o autographs. The book has a lot of good information about collecting in two of the most popular autograph categories: movie stars and sports stars.
It offers several ways of collecting autographs, not just through the mail, but at sports and/or celebrity appearance conventions.
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Inthe dates are June Availability of the Autograph The next most important factor of autograph value is the availability of the person's autograph. This collecting field exemplifies the term "Supply and Demand".
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A couple of words from the title, and the author's last name are generally enough to get a list of matches. Filling out too much can cause you to miss a copy that was listed slightly differently from what you are using. (Additional reading: 4 Simple Ways to Make Your Autograph Collection Awesome, How to Frame Your Autographed Photos and Jerseys: An Experts Guide) I wish I would have valued quality over quantity.
I wish I knew which markers to use to ensure long-lasting, high-quality signatures. Indicate whether the book is hardcover or softcover. If the book is a hardcover and has a dust jacket then tick the relevant box.
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Our guide to book collecting covers many of the basic elements of book collecting, from what to collect to caring for your book collection. What Books to Collect. You can collect any kind of books but make sure that you collect books that you love.
Books from your childhood, books about space, your favourite fiction series, books published by a. Signatures of the Stars: A Guide for Autograph Collectors, Dealers and Enthusiasts Standard Catalog of Corvette Standard Catalog of Sports Autographs Standard Guide To Collecting Autographs: A Reference And Value Guide The Sanders Price Guide to Autographs The Sanders Price Guide to Autographs/No.
autograph book An autograph book is a book for collecting the autographs of others. Traditionally they were exchanged among friends, colleagues, and classmates to fill with poems, drawings, personal messages, small pieces of verse, and other mementos.
Their modern derivations include yearbooks, friendship books, and guest books. Book Collecting Guide. To the book collector, a signature or inscription means a great deal more than a higher asking price - it is a piece of history to be cherished.
Whether a first edition signed by the author to mark a book's debut, or a fond inscription to friends, family or other notable figures within the arts, they are the showpieces of. Posted in Autograph Advice Guide For decades the manuscript market was an integral part of the book trade With the rapidly evolving interest in autographs, manuscripts and documents, a large independent market has opened up with many dealers handling only manuscript material.
Autograph Collecting Reborn. In the 17th century, the concept of collecting autographs and manuscripts, neither for the purpose of salvaging antiquity, nor for friendship or convenience sake, but for interest and historical passion, was resurrected after years by French minister of state Antoine Lomenie de Brienne.
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The Negro League Autograph Guide is far more than autographs as the biographies are short, compact and filled with interesting information. The last two guides both contain nearly one-thousand photographs of items and each approaches the field as an investment versus a hobby. Big Name Hunting: A Beginners Guide to Autograph Collecting by Charles Hamilton, Simon & Schuster Pub.,95 pages.
The Signature of America by Charles Hamilton, Harper & Row,pages. Word Shadows of the Great: The Lure of Autograph Collecting by Thomas Madigan, Frederick A. Stokes Co.,pages.Then, in the 19th century, the idea of having authors autograph their books struck gold and now is one of the most popular and most rewarding forms of autograph collecting.
Signed books are the medium through which I first became hooked on the love of select, special autographs, and how I phased away from my previous full-time profession into. The value of your book depends on many things, so a professional appraisal is important — whether you are planning to sell the book or to continue collecting books of the same type.
If you prefer to try to price your collection on your own, a number of notable books will give you an idea about the worth or value of your book collection.