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Autographed Michael Jordan rookie trading card fetches record $125,000 in eBay sale

The ESPN documentary “The Last Dance” has really spiked interest in Michael Jordan memorabilia. Jordan’s 1986-87 Fleer rookie basketball card remains one of the most coveted cards over the past 40 years. And one card with an autograph of MJ just set a record, fetching $125,000 Wednesday in an eBay sale.The ESPN documentary “The Last Dance” has really spiked interest in Michael Jordan memorabilia. Jordan’s 1986-87 Fleer rookie basketball card remains one of the most coveted cards over the past 40 years. And one card with an autograph of MJ just set a record, fetching $125,000 Wednesday in an eBay sale.

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This pic of a teenage Bono queuing for Eamonn Coghlan’s autograph is gas

Athlete Eamonn Coghlan shared an old photo of himself in Dublin department store Arnott’s after the 1976 Olympics. A group of kids were queuing for his autograph, he explained, and one of them was a certain Paul Hewson – who would have been 16 at the time.Athlete Eamonn Coghlan shared an old photo of himself in Dublin department store Arnott’s after the 1976 Olympics. A group of kids were queuing for his autograph, he explained, and one of them was a certain Paul Hewson – who would have been 16 at the time.

Style icon Twiggy, 70, reveals fans send her ‘saucy’ photos of glamour models with similar ‘spiky eyelashes’ to autograph after mistaking them for her

Former supermodel Twiggy has revealed how fans send her saucy photos of glamour models with ‘spiky eyelashes’ for her to autograph after mistaking them for her.The 1960s star, 70, who became a star at 16, is best known as an icon of the Swinging Sixties as well as winning two Golden Globes for her performance in the 1971 film The Boy Friend.Former supermodel Twiggy has revealed how fans send her saucy photos of glamour models with ‘spiky eyelashes’ for her to autograph after mistaking them for her.The 1960s star, 70, who became a star at 16, is best known as an icon of the Swinging Sixties as well as winning two Golden Globes for her performance in the 1971 film The Boy Friend.

The man with over 5,000 autographs, from Jawahar Lal Nehru, Marilyn Monroe to Amitabh Bachchan

As youngsters, collecting autographs by famous personalities was one of the most popular hobbies and for some, it remains a thing even now. The autograph book is something we would carry to special events in the hope that we just might get to meet that celebrity and get them to sign it for us. But that was a phenomenon associated with us kids from the 80s and 90s.With the passage of time, the autograph book was relegated to the deep recesses of our drawers, and maybe some of you reading this might try to dust it out today to see whether you still have your collection.As youngsters, collecting autographs by famous personalities was one of the most popular hobbies and for some, it remains a thing even now. The autograph book is something we would carry to special events in the hope that we just might get to meet that celebrity and get them to sign it for us. But that was a phenomenon associated with us kids from the 80s and 90s.With the passage of time, the autograph book was relegated to the deep recesses of our drawers, and maybe some of you reading this might try to dust it out today to see whether you still have your collection.

Trevor Bauer is turning phone number leak into an autograph and memorabilia giveaway

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer’s interview with ESPN could not have been more frustrating to him. That’s not because of anything he said, or did, but because of an unfortunate incident where his phone number appeared on national television.The incident happened early Sunday morning while Bauer was interviewed via FaceTime during the broadcast of a Korean Baseball Organization game between the LG Twins and NC Dinos. While it was only briefly shown, it was up long enough for those early birds to take note and blast it out to the world.Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer’s interview with ESPN could not have been more frustrating to him. That’s not because of anything he said, or did, but because of an unfortunate incident where his phone number appeared on national television.The incident happened early Sunday morning while Bauer was interviewed via FaceTime during the broadcast of a Korean Baseball Organization game between the LG Twins and NC Dinos. While it was only briefly shown, it was up long enough for those early birds to take note and blast it out to the world.

Red Sox Writer Chris Cotillo Raises $57K For Charity By Auctioning Off Autograph Collection

Like a lot of kids growing up, Red Sox beat writer Chris Cotillo found joy in collecting baseball cards and autographs. Now that he covers the team for MassLive, those cards and autographs were just sitting at his parent’s house.When he returned home in Northborough to lay low with his parents during the coronavirus pandemic, Cotillo decided to break out those cards and autographs once again. Going trough his massive collection, he came up with a great idea: Auction off some of his prized items on Twitter to help those in need during the pandemic.Like a lot of kids growing up, Red Sox beat writer Chris Cotillo found joy in collecting baseball cards and autographs. Now that he covers the team for MassLive, those cards and autographs were just sitting at his parent’s house.When he returned home in Northborough to lay low with his parents during the coronavirus pandemic, Cotillo decided to break out those cards and autographs once again. Going trough his massive collection, he came up with a great idea: Auction off some of his prized items on Twitter to help those in need during the pandemic.

Michael Jordan autograph line almost derailed ‘SNL’ rehearsal

Nearly 30 years have passed since Michael Jordan hosted “Saturday Night Live,” but David Spade remembers the NBA legend’s presence fondly.“When he hosted ‘SNL’ was the only time I got up close to him,” the former cast member recounted Tuesday on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd.” “He was such a superstar.”Nearly 30 years have passed since Michael Jordan hosted “Saturday Night Live,” but David Spade remembers the NBA legend’s presence fondly.“When he hosted ‘SNL’ was the only time I got up close to him,” the former cast member recounted Tuesday on “The Herd with Colin Cowherd.” “He was such a superstar.”

Are Autographs A Good Investment?

We’ve all heard of rare autographs penned by history’s biggest names being sold for staggering amounts at auction, leading to healthy returns for their sellers. This can lead to the misconception that autographs are an ‘easy win’ investment.As a professional autograph dealer, I can confirm that certain autographs have the potential to be very beneficial investment opportunities. However, there are a number of factors that influence the value of a signature. all heard of rare autographs penned by history’s biggest names being sold for staggering amounts at auction, leading to healthy returns for their sellers. This can lead to the misconception that autographs are an ‘easy win’ investment.As a professional autograph dealer, I can confirm that certain autographs have the potential to be very beneficial investment opportunities. However, there are a number of factors that influence the value of a signature.

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