autograph album


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an album for autographs

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For example, a set of four Beatles signatures on one page from an autograph album would now bring up to PS2,000 (compared with PS1,000 five years ago), But prices have risen most significantly in respect of signed albums, singles, photos and programmes.
The pencil signatures come from an autograph album I purchased from a fleamarket in Carmarthen.
He got many of the autographs from a TV cameraman who worked on the hit Sixties show Thank Your Lucky Stars who handed over his autograph album to pay his bill at the nearby London restaurant.
The autograph album was expected to fetch up to pounds 4,000 at Duke's auction house in Dorset but went for just under at pounds 3,375 to a private collector.
We had another autograph album from the Hippodrome some years back which contained star signatures from the 40s and 50s.
The autograph album also includes signatures from Diana Ross and The Supremes and is expected to fetch between pounds 2,000 to pounds 4,000 when it goes under the hammer at Duke's in Dorchester on September 23.
In my mother's autograph album, Grandpa once wrote: 'May your life be like the snowdrift, that leaves a mark but not a stain.
A set of signatures presented on three autograph album pages, framed, is currently being offered by a top London dealer for around pounds 1,750.
Other highlights included an autograph album collected by a former medical officer at the Welsh FA which scored over pounds 500, a piece signed by Busby Babes Duncan Edwards and Tommy Taylor which hit its top estimate of pounds 150, and some rare post-war trade cards of footballers issued by S & B products, pounds 220.
Another collector, from Lancashire, paid pounds 900 for an autograph album containing Monroe's signature and the message "Warmest regards".
Autograph experts Frasers valued an undedicated autograph album page signature at pounds 375 in 1997.
When he returned, a bloodied veteran, he penned some doggerel in mother's autograph album.
However, it was the rugby union section which showed the real strength of the sale with an autograph album containing over 1,300 signatures collected by the international Rees Stephens making pounds 1,300.
And a red leather-bound autograph album containing autographs collected during a tour of the MGM studios in August 1941 -- including autographs from Mickey Rooney, Joan Crawford and Shirley Temple -- sold for pounds 920.
Through her extensive exploration of continental autograph albums, Schlueter hopes to situate these eclectic personal texts within the "cultural history of early modern London" as well as the "history of art" (2).