First, the size seems to be about perfect. Any bigger and the photo is much more difficult to frame, mount, store and transport. Any smaller and it's just a bit too small to enjoy. It takes a lot of work to obtain authentic autographs and dragging an 8x10 photograph all over the city is not completely horrible. They are easy to store in a bag on your shoulder and pull out at the right moment. Try that with an blank 11x14 photo or 16x20 photo.
They are also less likely to get damaged in the typical crowd insanity that occurs anytime a celebrity picks up a pen to sign in public.
Any smaller and the photo is not as compelling to look at or display. All you have to do look at popular autograph selling sites and you will see that signed 8x10 photos sell better and at higher prices in comparison to the smaller sizes.
Also, as an autograph collector, they are much easier to store than the larger format photos in terms of space needed to house them. There are plenty of options to store signed 8x10 photos from plastic tubs and cardboard boxes to specialty photo binders. When you start trying to locate the equivalent items for large format photos the option are limited.
Additionally, the supplies to protect 8x10 photos and cards such as top-loaders and protective sleeves have a lower price than their autographed 11x14 and autographed 16x20 equivalents.
Many of our autographs are JSA COA, Beckett BAS COA and PSA DNA COA certified memorabilia and autographed photos.
We offer the best 5 star quick shipping as well.
While you're here pick out a an 8x10 photo or two and buy it!
We do have some sports autographs as well. For example from basketball, football, hockey and baseball and other sports. Including autographed baseballs
autographed bats, autographed jerseys, autographed helmets, autographed footballs, autographed basketballs and autographed pucks.
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