Where can I sell autographs?

Where can I sell autographs?

Where can I sell autographs?

Here below is a summary on how to sell your autographs:

  • WORK WITH A PROFESSIONAL DEALER. You can do it in 2 main different ways: ...
  • SELL AUTOGRAPHS ONLINE BY YOURSELF. You would use digital markets for collectibles, such as eBay, ...

What are the most valuable autographs?

10 of the World's Most Expensive Autographs: Whose Signatures Are Now Worth a Fortune?

  • George Washington's Acts of Congress: $9.

    Is a personalized autograph worth more?

    Over the last several years, inscriptions have become very popular in the autograph world. An inscription typically adds value to a piece and, in almost any circumstance, the more the athlete or celebrity writes something in addition to their name the more valuable it is.

    How can I find the value of an autograph?

    An easy way to put a value on an item is to use the advanced search on ebay. This way you can search for 'sold' items as this will give you an accurate value based on what an item has sold for in the past, rather than the inflated price so many sellers think their item is worth! So what autographs do we buy?

    Where can I buy autographs for my collection?

    We are always looking to buy quality autographs and signed items, so if you are wanting to sell anything from a single item to a complete collection then make a list and drop us a line now.

    Which is more valuable a signed photo or autograph?

    A document in pristine condition, signed boldly in ink, is far more desirable than one bearing obvious damage, or with a faded signature. A signed photograph of a famous actor "in character' --- James Dean in "Rebel without a cause" for example --- will have a value much higher than a signed "generic" image.

    What's the best feeling to get an autograph?

    For us collectors, there is no better feeling than getting an autograph from one of your favorite athletes. You may have caught this bug from a young age meeting a sports superstar who you pretended to be on the field, wearing their number or trying to replicate their homerun swing. Even now, I get that feeling of nostalgia when I meet athletes.

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