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Articles — autographs

MusicGoldmine Collector Guides: Knowledge Is Power

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Did you know here at MusicGoldmine.com we have articles and guides that can help you become a better-informed music memorabilia collector? Here are some of our more popular collector guides and articles. Whether you collect record awards, autographed memorabilia, posters, handbills, ephemera or other collectibles, you'll find useful information here (click image to view each article): Want more content like this? Subscribe to our free MusicGoldmine twice-monthly e-newsletter plus new subscribers get a 15% discount off first purchase. Go here to sign up.

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Authenticity: 5 Tips For Autograph Buyers

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Arm yourself with some tips to avoid getting duped when buying autographed items. Find out ways to determine if something you are interested in is, in fact, real...

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Ultra Rare Artist Autographs Highlight These Classic Rock Collages

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We've just listed three exciting collages sure to appeal to classic rock collectors featuring signatures from all the members of Buffalo Springfield, Iron Butterfly, and Led Zeppelin. These collages are particularly rare since they include either autographs of band members who are no longer with us, such as Led Zeppelin's John Bonham, or autographs that are rarely seen together, such as Neil Young and Stephen Stills signatures written during their Buffalo Springfield origins. The Stephen Stills-penned top ten single "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" set Buffalo Springfield on a path of success for the group and also set...

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Authenticity: 5 MORE Tips For Autograph Buyers

Posted by James Duncan on

Part 2 of our article designed to arm music autograph buyers with tips to avoid getting duped. Find out ways to determine if something you are interested in is, in fact, real...

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A Brief History of Autograph Collecting

Posted by Lilly Duncan on

The desire to collect written works and signatures of people has been around since ancient Roman times. Many people went to great lengths to preserve the manuscripts of Aristotle and thank goodness they did! Because of the value they placed on the written word we’re able to study Aristotle’s teachings today. The first autograph book – or “book of friends” – was compiled in 1466. Autographs of friends and people a person knew would be obtained to show others who you knew. Some inscribers also made small sketches next to their signature. These were valuable books of communication and could...

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