autograph


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Synonyms for autograph

signature

Synonyms for autograph

to affix one's signature to

Synonyms for autograph

something written by one's own hand

a person's own signature

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mark with one's signature

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We will return to the infant autographs of A and B.
We are proud to give fellow Gator fans the opportunity to meet Chris at the grand re-opening of our store," said Steve Dodson, co-founder of Palm Beach Autographs with his brother Jim, both University of Florida alumni.
Sal: Just don't ask him for his autograph during the game.
Check back at Rotman Auctions Autograph Extravaganza each week for even more autographed items from your favorite sports and public figures.
You do get the professional autograph seekers who even send kids up to get things signed.
You won't find their autographs for sale on the Home Shopping Network, and neither man fits in the traditional categories we reserve for stars in this country - movie, sports and rock.
Memorabilia: With the overproduction and grading of cards and concerns about autographs, more attention is being given to other unique memorabilia, like tickets from major events and game-used jerseys and bats.
Signature Rookies has a large base of collectors that purchase star players' autographs in packs of trading cards.
com) of Newport Beach, California, the world's largest third-party autograph and memorabilia authentication service.
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Elvis Presley was a cultural phenomenon, much like The Beatles, and there are still thousands of fans seeking an authentic autograph of "The King.
Twelve-year-old Ahmad (name changed upon request) has been getting numerous calls since he advertised to sell his Maradona autograph on Al Waseet, a weekly paper that publishes classified advertisements for free.
For some time, the father-son team has talked about how great it would be to have an information system to manage their HOF autograph collection.
In college days I received a prize from Ajit Wadekar (a cricketer), I took his autograph, and then, I continued this process of taking autographs.
Some autograph dealers apparently pose as fans to obtain autographs which they then sell on, leading celebrities such as George Foreman to record the names and addresses of all the requests they receive.