autograph album


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Noun1.autograph album - an album for autographsautograph album - an album for autographs    
album - a book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes; for organizing photographs or stamp collections etc
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autograph album

nlibro degli autografi
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A stunning collection of paintings by artist Valerie Ganz also realised several thousands, while a Beatles autograph album containing numerous autographs sold for PS750.
Paul Ford, an archivist at Walsall Council, started to research the Watson family after an autograph album dating back to 1900 was sent to Walsall Local History Centre.
Andrew Jackson, New Zealand ATHE great Bobby Moore's signature on a single page of an autograph album would cost around PS400 or so to buy from a top dealer today.
I look forward to meeting him but I won't be taking my autograph album - I probably get as excited about Sven as he does about me
It was found in a 19th century autograph album owned by the sixth Duke of Roxburghe at Floors Castle in Kelso in the Scottish Borders.
But the piece de resistance is an autograph album with the players' signatures from 45 Test and county teams that Rhodes played against.
AN autograph album signed by The Beatles sold for pounds 3,500 yesterday.
An extraordinary autograph album owned by the niece of the doomed poet Gumilev touches on the sad fate of many Russia's greatest writers.
She followed the Scottish Grand National with added enthusiasm as three of the jockeys whose autographs adorn her brand new autograph album were riding.
I have other memories from the times during which my parents and my grandfather worked at the theatre, plus an autograph album relating to the prewar years.
After all, you cannot expect collectors to turn themselves into expert forensic scientists applying the latest ink dating techniques and fluorescent lighting examinations to the stage door autograph album.
In my autograph album, dug out of a closet along with ``Winning Tennis by Arthur Ashe'' and a Partridge Family record, an odd cross-section of '70s sports stars is represented on photos and scraps of notebook paper: football's Rosey Grier, Deacon Jones, Joe Kapp and Lance Rentzel - the first a preacher and the last a convicted sex offender - are in there.