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Gerneral Autograph Collecting

THE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTOR: A NEW GUIDE

THE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTOR: A NEW GUIDE

Circa: 1958
Type: Hard Cover
Publisher: Crown Publishers
Author: Robert Notlep
 

 

Brown cloth and tan paper boards. minor rubbing and wear head and tail of spine on dust jacket which is protected by mylar.

An interesting and informative book for those seeking to begin an autograph collection. Contains 240 pages including index with photographs and facsimile signatures throughout. Author details proper procedures in acquiring autographs, how to protect them and a list of reputable U.S an international autograph dealers and auction houses (very light marginalia).

The Autograph Souvenir

The Autograph Souvenir

A Collection of Autograph Letters, Interesting, Documents & C, Executed in Facsimile by Frederick George Netherclift

THE BOOK OF AUTOGRAPHS

THE BOOK OF AUTOGRAPHS

The joy and techniques of autograph collecting. Presentation from Hamilton on the free endpaper.

The Complete Book of Autograph Collecting

The Complete Book of Autograph Collecting

To most people the word "autograph" means simply a person's signature. But autograph material can be any note or letter, whether signed or not, a document such as a check or deed, a book manuscript, notes of music set down by a composer, a sketch by an artist.
The Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis

The Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis

The Complete Guide to Interpreting Personalities, Detecting Forgeries, and Revealing Brain Activity Through the Science of Graphology

The Educated Collector's Guide to Buying Autographs

Steven Raab: "Knowledge is the key to building a collection that stands the test of time."
The Illustrated Letter

The Illustrated Letter

Collects facsimiles of letters by historical figures including Mark Twain, Theodore Roosevelt, Virginia Woolf, Pablo Picasso, and Maurice Sendak.
The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents

The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents

The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents 3 presents standardized abbreviations (codes) and recommends their use. Most of the code letters are not new, but because of the extreme variability in their usage over the years, it became necessary to adopt a more precise set of criteria for all to use. Periods between abbreviations were eliminated (e.g. ALS instead of A.L.S.). Precise dictionary definitions for each code letter were applied (e.g. A = autographed). Autograph is a noun or transitive verb, not an adjective; thus ALS = autographed letter signed, not autograph letter signed).

The Stein and Day Book of World Autographs

The Stein and Day Book of World Autographs

Hundreds of facsimile autographs and identifications of famous personalities from around the world
The UACC's Study of Machine Signed Signatures

The UACC's Study of Machine Signed Signatures

The UACC's Study of Machine Signed Signatures by Paul Carr is a 38 page monograph fully illustrated of Autopen patterns from Presidents, astronauts to movie stars.
True to the Letter

True to the Letter

800 Years of Remarkable Correspondence, Documents, and Autographs