New California autograph law should spark interesting reactions


California has a new law requiring autograph sellers to document their pieces valued at more than $5 with an extensive letter detailing the who, what, when where of it all.

It’s a good thing, but it’s also bound to create some challenges for smaller dealers or event organizers in the state who now have to keep track of all inked items, document them and have guarantees saved away for years.

It’s a law intended to help the challenges that come with sales of celebrity ink, but it would apply to book signings, comic book signings … and other signings, too.

You know, in the sports world. And there are legal consequences for bad items, too.

Check out this piece breaking down the law. You can also check out the full details of the law by clicking here.

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