Change is in the air in California. Readers of this blog may recall California’s passage of AB-1570 Collectibles: Sale of Autographed Memorabilia, which went into effect in January 2017. That law required all dealers of any autographed material worth more than five dollars to fill out a certificate of authenticity (COA) specifying date of sale,
The Bay Area’s Book Passage filed a lawsuit seeking the repeal of California’s autograph law. Read all about it on the Fine Books Blog.
Source: Booksellers Consider Constraints of New California Autograph Law; Others Push for Repeal – The Fine Books Blog