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Old 01-27-05, 10:29 PM
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How to get a COA for signed DVDs

Hi,

I have a copy of the American Dreams TV show that has been signed by the cast. My buddy who works on the show got it for me. What I need to know is how do I go about getting a certificate of authenticity for it? Also, does anybody know how much it would cost to do so?

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Old 01-27-05, 11:11 PM
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I'm curious too. If someone knows could they post?
Old 01-28-05, 12:12 AM
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Become a notary or find a notary who can verify it...a coa is of no use unless it is from a major autograph dealer, or is liscenced by a goverment official.
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I don't know if PSA/DNA can verify for nonsports, but that's who I use for autographed sports memorabilia. Can be expensive, but worth it in the long run.
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Find a UACC (universal autograph collectors club) registered dealer and get one through them.

Unless you plan on selling it I don't see any real reason to get one. I got plenty of signed dvds, never thought to get a COA with them since they were all pretty much personalized or signed right infront of me.
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Unless you plan on selling it I don't see any real reason to get one. I got plenty of signed dvds, never thought to get a COA with them since they were all pretty much personalized or signed right infront of me.
Same here. The only autograph COA I have was part of a signed laserdisc I received as a gift.
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I would think a signed/notarized letter from your buddy would suffice - since he worked on the show.
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should have taken a picture of them signing it. tisk tisk
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i don't understand why ppl feel compelled to get a COA to feel "complete." obtaining an autograph in a manner such as yours should be self-gratifying enough, unless of course, you are planning to sell it already.

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