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First of all, I'm 21 years old, so I don't have tons of money to invest in my collection at the moment, and my collection so far isn't very big. I mostly have ttm autos, and autos I've gotten through online request. I love autos and sports cards, but I'd like to try to narrow down my collection instead of trying to collect everything that looks nice.
New York Yankees (my favorite baseball team)
Benchwarmers model cards
Aaron Hernandez autos/jersey cards
So far, Iíve gotten 1 in person autograph way back in 2004, and 500+ autographs TTM since I became addicted to collecting autographs less than 2 years ago.
I havenít bought any autographs yet because I could use that money to try to get a bunch of sports cards autographed and stuff like that. But Iíve been thinking about my collection a lot lately, and it feels a little ďstrangeĒ, because thereís no real direction to it, itís just a collection of all different kinds of autographs from
I don't know why, but I've been thinking about this today.
I like to collect autographs, and I love the fact that SCF has thousands of contact address's/websites available for free for all members and non-members that use this site. I don't understand how people could charge money for other peoples contact information that is all publicly available if you dig deep enough and know what you're looking for. And that brought me to my question:
What would stop somebody from
Last year I bought a box of Benchwarmer 2011 bubble gum cards, hoping to get a bunch of them TTM'd
So far, I've gotten a few RTS, 1 autographed, and another person emailed me and told me where to send them for her to signed, but I haven't gotten them back yet and that was MANY months ago
So I was wondering if any of you have had more success with Benchwarmer TTM's?
The title of this post might sound funny because how could someone become addicted to autographs? Well I personally believe that itís a real thing, and that Iím not the only autograph collector that has gone through it. So Iíve decided to write about my experiences.
It all started out in late June 2012 when I began collecting autographs. I had been getting some sports cards before that, but they were worth only the value of the cardboard that they were printed on. I liked them, but