Fanboy News! Mark Hamill! John Lennon’s Final Autograph Up For Sale! Johnny Manziel Admits to Selling Autographs At Texas A&M! And More!

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John Lennon’s ‘final autograph’ on album he signed for killer ‘to be most expensive sold’

The Beatles legend died on December 8, 1980, after he was gunned down by Chapman, a crazed fan who had grown frustrated by the band’s anti-religious lyrics. The Liverpool-born singer had returned from a recording session to his apartment in The Dakota, New York, at around 10.50pm when he was shot two times. An album that John signed hours before for his future-murderer could bring in a “seven-figure sum”, auctioneer Dave Amerman told Express.co.uk.The Beatles legend died on December 8, 1980, after he was gunned down by Chapman, a crazed fan who had grown frustrated by the band’s anti-religious lyrics. The Liverpool-born singer had returned from a recording session to his apartment in The Dakota, New York, at around 10.50pm when he was shot two times. An album that John signed hours before for his future-murderer could bring in a “seven-figure sum”, auctioneer Dave Amerman told Express.co.uk.

Mark Hamill Shows Star Wars Fans How to Spot Fake Autographs

When Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope hit theaters in 1977, it not only changed movies forever, but also the merchandising industry. George Lucas built his massive empire on the strength of his films, along with the savvy decision to retain all of the merchandising rights for the franchise, before he sold LucasFilm to Disney in 2012. With Star Wars mania igniting once again, thanks to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans will most certainly be on the hunt for not only merchandise, but autographs from their favorite stars as well. Unfortunately, there are a lot of unscrupulous dealers out there who will fake a star’s signature, but Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, has recently spoke out against these fraudulent practices by verifying his signature for several fans on his Twitter page.When Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope hit theaters in 1977, it not only changed movies forever, but also the merchandising industry. George Lucas built his massive empire on the strength of his films, along with the savvy decision to retain all of the merchandising rights for the franchise, before he sold LucasFilm to Disney in 2012. With Star Wars mania igniting once again, thanks to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans will most certainly be on the hunt for not only merchandise, but autographs from their favorite stars as well. Unfortunately, there are a lot of unscrupulous dealers out there who will fake a star’s signature, but Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, has recently spoke out against these fraudulent practices by verifying his signature for several fans on his Twitter page.

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 16: Mark Hamill arrives for the World Premiere of “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, the highly anticipated conclusion of the Skywalker saga on December 16, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disney)

JOHNNY MANZIEL FINALLY REVEALS HE GOT PAID TO SIGN AUTOGRAPHS AT TEXAS A&M, BUT HAD A GOOD REASON (VIDEO)

The biggest scandal in 2013 involved Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M where Darren Rovell of ESPN reported the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner was paid to autograph hundreds of items.Manziel never admitted to it….until now.Manziel recently opened up about his past on YNK Podcast and revealed that he indeed got paid, but had good reason to do so. As expected, Rovell posted the clip of the former QB saying so and promising to go into more detail later.The biggest scandal in 2013 involved Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M where Darren Rovell of ESPN reported the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner was paid to autograph hundreds of items.Manziel never admitted to it….until now.Manziel recently opened up about his past on YNK Podcast and revealed that he indeed got paid, but had good reason to do so. As expected, Rovell posted the clip of the former QB saying so and promising to go into more detail later.

Antiques Roadshow: Rare and unusual Elvis Presley autograph’s true value unveiled

Antiques Roadshow: Rare and unusual Elvis Presley autograph’s true value unveiledAntiques Roadshow: Rare and unusual Elvis Presley autograph’s true value unveiled

Childhood Autograph Collection Includes Sports Icons, Great Memories

In July, Sports Collectors Daily spoke with Tim Gallagher, who, along with Zimmerman and Vince Martin, began sending requests for autographs through the mail when they were fifth-graders at Incarnation School in Centerville, Ohio.In July, Sports Collectors Daily spoke with Tim Gallagher, who, along with Zimmerman and Vince Martin, began sending requests for autographs through the mail when they were fifth-graders at Incarnation School in Centerville, Ohio.

Giants player once snubbed young Bills QB Allen for autograph

“The player had a really good game — there was maybe 10 kids, probably an hour after the game, my parents were like begging us, ‘C’mon let’s go, let’s go, he’s not coming out.’ ” Allen recounted back in October. “Sure enough, he came out … and so I’m looking and waving and maybe even giving him fistbumps or whatever.”“The player had a really good game — there was maybe 10 kids, probably an hour after the game, my parents were like begging us, ‘C’mon let’s go, let’s go, he’s not coming out.’ ” Allen recounted back in October. “Sure enough, he came out … and so I’m looking and waving and maybe even giving him fistbumps or whatever.”

An unusual autograph: Restaurant returns chair with famous message, signature

Two men walked in the front door. While she didn’t recognize one of them, she could tell by the white of the second man’s hair, mustache and goatee that the other dapper gentleman was possibly the most recognizable icon in fast food history.“When he walked in the door, I asked him if he was Colonel (Harland) Sanders” said the then teen, she said. “And he said ‘yes, I am’.”Two men walked in the front door. While she didn’t recognize one of them, she could tell by the white of the second man’s hair, mustache and goatee that the other dapper gentleman was possibly the most recognizable icon in fast food history.“When he walked in the door, I asked him if he was Colonel (Harland) Sanders” said the then teen, she said. “And he said ‘yes, I am’.”

Collectors score wins thanks to appraiser’s keen sense of sports memorabilia

That old Ty Cobb or Honus Wagner baseball card might be worth more than you think.Michael Osacky, a sports memorabilia and trading card appraiser, will be in Mansfield on Monday and Tuesday, and will take appointments. He has paired with Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) to evaluate an item’s authenticity and provide a grade on its condition.That old Ty Cobb or Honus Wagner baseball card might be worth more than you think.Michael Osacky, a sports memorabilia and trading card appraiser, will be in Mansfield on Monday and Tuesday, and will take appointments. He has paired with Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) to evaluate an item’s authenticity and provide a grade on its condition.

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