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A-Z Autograph Glossary
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Autograph Collector Community Glossary:

AC: Autograph Card (unsigned handwritten card or message on printed greeting card)
ACOA: AutographCOA.com authentication service
AD: Autograph Document (hand-written by the author, but not signed)
ADS: Autograph Document Signed (written and signed by same individual)
AES: Autograph Endorsement Signed (the endorsement on another person’s letter or document is entirely in the hand of the author who signed the endorsement)
AL: Autograph Letter (hand-written by the author, but not signed)
ALS: Autograph Letter Signed (hand-written and signed by same individual)
AML: Autograph Magazine Live! internet forum
AMs: Autograph Manuscript (hand-written; such as the draft of a play, research paper or music sheet)
AMsS: Autograph Manuscript Signed (hand-written and signed by same individual)
AMusQs: Autograph Musical Quotation Signed (hand-written and signed by same individual)
AN: Autograph Note (much shorter than a letter)
ANS: Autograph Note Signed (hand-written and signed by same individual)
AQS: Autograph Quote Signed (hand-written and signed by same individual; poem verse, sentence, or bar-of-music)
[b]BAS: [/b]Beckett Authentication service
C.O.A.: A certificate of authenticity included with an autograph; issued by a seller or a third-party authenticator
DS: Document Signed (printed, or while hand-written by another, is signed by the author)
Epperson: Autograph authenticator, Roger Epperson
FT: For trade
Holo, Hologram: A small holographic sticker, affixed to an item in order to verify authenticity.
IP: Obtaining an autograph in person, face to face
ISO: In search of
JSA: James Spence authentication service
LS: Letter Signed (hand-written by someone else, but signed by the author)
MSs: Manuscript signed (text in the hand of another person; signature in the hand of the author)
NFS: Not for sale
PS: Photograph Signed or Postcard Signed
PSA: PSA/DNA Authentication service
RACC: The Real Autograph Collectors Club, http://www.facebook.com/groups/realautog...ectorsclub
SP: Signed Photograph
TCS: Typed Card Signed (signed typed greeting card)
TDS: Typed Document Signed (signature in the hand of the author)
TL: Typewritten Letter (mechanically reproduced, such as mimeographed, offset, ditto, diazo, including letters signed with rubber stamps, mimeograph, or any other artificial means of reproducing the author’s signature)
TLS: Typed Letter Signed
TMsS: typed manuscript signed (signature in the hand of the author)
TNS: Typed Note Signed
TPA: A third party authentication service such as AutographCOA.com (ACOA), JSA, BAS, or PSA/DNA
TTM: Obtaining an autograph Through The Mail, a request made by fan mail.
UACC: The Universal Autograph Collectors Club
VV: Via venue, a method of obtaining autographs by sending fan mail to a concert venue

In Person Autograph Seeker ("Grapher") Glossary:

50/50: (See: One for one)
8s: 8x10 sized
11s: 11x14 sized
16s: 16x20 sized
Blanks: Blank glossy white photo paper (typically printed with a photo *after* it is signed.)
Chase: To follow someone in a car from one location to the next
Exact proof: A photo or video showing a celebrity signing the *exact* item in question. Typically part of the exact signature can be seen mid-signing.
[b]Follow, the follow:[/b] To follow someone in a car from one location to the next.
#freshink: New autographs that were obtained very recently and are being shared for the first time.
Guard: A bodyguard or security guard.
Guard: (See: Pickguard)
Info: Information which leads to an opportunity to obtain autographs.
One for one: To give every other autograph you obtain to the person who provided you with the info which allowed you to get them.
Pickguard: The removal part of a guitar that is located under the strings.
Proof: A photo or video showing a celebrity signing an autograph.
[b]RACC: The Real Autograph Collectors Clubhttp://www.facebook.com/groups/realautographcollectorsclub[/b]
RACKObtaining an exceptional quantity of autographs.
Sharpie: The default marker of choice for most in person autograph seekers.
Sheets: Blank glossy white photo paper (typically printed with a photo *after* it is signed.)
Sleeping while I'm sneaking: A reference to having success with autographs while other graphers are not present.
Sneak (noun): An autograph opportunity or circumstance that is not known by many.
Sneak (verb): The act of pursuing an autograph opportunity or circumstance that is not known by many. 

Sticker: A small sticker applied to an item by Third Party Authenticators such as AutographCOA.com (ACOA), JSA, BAS, or PSA/DNA.
TPA: A third party authentication service such as AutographCOA.com (ACOA), JSA, BAS, or PSA/DNA
Vis, Vis-a-visA dark blue color permanent marker brand that is no longer produced. Alleged to dry faster and create a bolder looking signature.
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