The son of Hap Moran has amassed a spectacular collection of autographs of Giants from the 1920s and 1930s who played with his father. Also includes his collection of matchbooks, game programs, photos, etc.
3x5 autographs are arranged in order according to year of death. I thank Jim for introducing and encouraging me to create my web sites. He also keeps track of player deaths and has a web site devoted to listing all the current living NFL players arranged by age from oldest to youngest. Very informative and interesting.
Focuses on Pittsburgh sports teams, but what I like is the section on the '43 Steagles and '44 Carpets war era football autographs. It includes players that I found difficult to obtain, like Bucko Kilroy.
This site showcases some of the items from Dr. Mark Earl Bomia's spectacular collection of autographs of pre-1940 University of Michigan football players and coaches. Especially interesting are his autographs dating into 19th century.
I have never done business with this dealer, but he always seems to have many attractive offerings. Most interesting to me are the autographed items of players who had died prior to my start in collecting.
Located in Galena, Illinois. He bought the Richard C. Laade collection. I regard Laade as my mentor in football autograph collecting. I have many letters from Laade offering me helpful suggestions. Laade began collecting years before me and his collection is superb for the vintage players.