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Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by stdrwt11 on Thu May 30, 2013 8:08 pm

I have an NFL mini I thought about getting signed by the Top WR in the game. Should I do it or get individually signed minis? My plan is to have them all inscribe I Got This. So far I have Andre Johnson.
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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by tiger7171 on Fri May 31, 2013 9:34 am

i would individual mini helmets. if one gets busted for drugs and goes to jail it could ruin the whole piece if all on same helmet
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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by yipster32 on Fri May 31, 2013 9:52 am

i voted individually, but it all depends on the piece- if i have my fav image signed individually, i dont mind having multi-signed pieces too.
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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by coachk28 on Fri May 31, 2013 9:53 am

You can go either way.


Personally... getting minis multisigned is tough! The graphs will have to be really small and squeezed into a small area. If you get more than 1 graph on each side... i think thats pushing the limit.

You can maybe do a full size NFL helmet with multiple sigs. that may look better.

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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by spiltbeerpirate on Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:33 pm

I prefer single signed, especially on minis. Just for displayability. chances are if handed to the second person, they are going to naturally sign on the opposite side of the helmet.
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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by vjw0307 on Sun Nov 17, 2013 2:23 pm

I love single-signed items but multi's always blow me away...especially something that has been signed over decades.  One of the most amazing pieces I've ever seen is this one...owned by a member on SCN:

67 HOF'ers...most of them done in person!


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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by spiltbeerpirate on Sun Dec 08, 2013 3:48 pm

That plate is incredible! Are you hoping Pete Rose will eventually be put in the HOF? or is HOF not actually a requirement for the plate?
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Re: Single Signed or Multi Signed

Post by vjw0307 on Mon Dec 09, 2013 9:42 am

spiltbeerpirate wrote:That plate is incredible!  Are you hoping Pete Rose will eventually be put in the HOF? or is HOF not actually a requirement for the plate?

This isn't my plate but the guy that owns it has one of the most unbelievable collections I've ever seen...I think he owns over 100 Mantle pieces. The requirement for the plate is to be in the HOF I believe...so you hate to take a shot and adding Pete Rose (even though he absolutely deserves the hall) and then he never get in and ruin decades worth of work....

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