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Autographs mean different things to different people. For some, they are reminders of chance encounters with childhood heroes, or of hours spent waiting to meet – even if only for a couple of seconds – a favorite athlete or entertainer. They also can be prized possessions, treasured gifts or shrewd investments.
Long-suffering fans are buying replica jewelry, but there is also a thriving market for authentic World Series, Super Bowl, NBA and NHL championship and college football championship rings.
Alan Hairston spent $330 on a storage unit that was filled with boxes which may turn into the most significant collection of tremendously preserved Sports Illustrated magazines in history...
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