Even if you are just a casual collector or simply find the unique items others collect interesting, you’ll be fascinated by some of these very cool collectibles and memorabilia we discovered hidden on Amazon today.
In today’s treasure chest we’ve got a little something for everyone: music memorabilia, sports, pop culture and historical collectibles, and more.
From the Seller: This listing is for a authentic AC/DC group autographed Fender Squier Stratocaster guitar. This cream white Fender Stratocaster guitar is unused and in near mint condition. Great blue and black sharpie marker signatures from all five members of AC/DC. The following have signed: Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Stevie Young, Cliff Williams, and Chris Slade. Drummer Chris Slade wrote “Play ball” and “Rock or Bust” with his signature. All five band members wrote “AC/DC” with their signatures. This guitar was signed in person while AC/DC was rehearsing for their upcoming “Rock or Bust” tour in Los Angeles in March of 2015 and also in Chicago when the tour came through the city. 100% authentic. This guitar comes with a Letter of Authenticity from the PSA/DNA authentication company (Steve Grad of Pawn Stars).
From the Seller: Plays Marlon Jackson’s own original music “Body” – 5 Function Basic Watch – 4 Year Automatic Calendar One Touch Melody – Selectable Alternating Time – Date Mode.
From the Seller: Look magazine, 9/10/1963. Original magazine page. NOTE: You are buying a magazine page, a piece of paper. Source publication and date of issue stated when known; occasional closed edge tears not affecting printed area may be present. Sheet size given is approximate. [10 1/2 x 14″].
From the Seller: Specimen Stock. Printed by American Bank Note Company. George LaBarre has been a Life Member of the American Numismatic Association for over 30 years, a Member of the Bond and Share Society, Manuscript Society, Society of Paper Money Collectors, American Philatelic Society, International Bank Note Society, etc.
From the Seller: Alex Ross designed this DC Artwork as a limited edition release. The Joker and Harley Quinn as they should be portrayed by one of the very best DC Artists. Offered by Gremlin Fine Arts. One of the oldest Animation Art Sellers in the world. Custom Matted to 8 x 10 inches.
From the Seller: Neil Armstrong’s hometown newspaper. Typically issues of this date carried a headline “Man Walks On Moon,” but this hometown newspaper personalized the report honoring their local hero with: “NEIL STEPS ON THE MOON”. This is likely the only newspaper in the country with such a headline, and not being able to have a newspaper from where the event happened, this would be the next best thing. The front page photo shows Neil’s parents. The issue is complete in 10 pages and is in excellent condition. A very scarce issue given the limited press run from such a small town.
From the Seller: Great coin. Five different dates. Grade Fine to XF. Some may have mint marks. No holes, No slicks. No counter-stamps. No junk silver. Just nice collectible coins. All 90% silver. Great chance to fill some open slots in your collection or get a great start on a new collection. Shipped in a nice velveteen presentation bag. Pictures illustrate the type of coins. Dates will vary. On hand and ships immediately.
From the Seller: Eleven signatures of the cast of the sixth season. Photograph signed “James Gandolfini” “Dominic/Chianese” “Tony Sirico” “Michael Imperioli” “Steve/Van Zandt” “Aida Turturro” “Steve Schirripa” “Robert/Iler” “Jamie Lynn Sigler” “Edie Falco” and “Lorraine Bracco.” Color, 10×8.
From the Seller: The photo shows the nice back page ad for “P. T. Barnum’s Great Traveling Museum Menagerie” which includes a portrait of Mr. Barnum and various details about the attractions and performances. The ad takes two-thirds of the column. Eight pages, good condition.
From the Seller: Comes with tamper proof JSA hologram and COA. Guaranteed authentic. Ships within one business day.
From the Seller: A letter from the first baseball player elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame, complying with a request for an autograph. Dated 1930. Autograph letter signed: “Ty Cobb”, 1p, 7¾x10. Augusta, Ga., 1930 November 3. To Mr. J. Austin Smith, Dillon, S.C. In full: “Enclosed find clipping autographed as you requested [not present] and will say I feel honored to comply with your wishes.”
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