If you are a collector, you will never consider selling your prized accumulation of these rare treasures. However, seeing the brighter side of autograph selling – a small sign which you might have inherited or spent hours of endless patience to acquire under your personal possession – can make your pocket feel bulky and full. There are a lot of places where autographs are being sold, but before even consider selling; it is highly advisable that you get recognition from the Universal Autograph Collector’s Club (UACC).
There are plenty of places to sell. Online auction sites as EBay are hot junctions for autograph buyers. Before you list the minimum bidding amount it is however recommended that you check the price first at other sources. Being a UACC registered dealer will make you trusted amongst the other autograph sellers and you can sell your autograph in the auction place in the UACC website – which is considered as the ideal place to sell your prized autograph. There are however shops and dealer which will buy the autograph from you and you can directly sell them going to the physical addresses.
Wherever an autograph will be sold – usually the rarer an autograph is the higher will be the markup price. So if you somehow found out that there is an old piece of signed paper in your father’s old trunk; you might think twice before getting rid of it.