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Merry Christmas!  We at borg.com want to wish you and yours the very best this Christmas day and throughout the holiday season.  We also want to send our best wishes for a quick recovery to Carrie Fisher, who is in the hospital after suffering a heart attack, as well as anyone else out there in the hospital or who can’t otherwise be at home his weekend.

With Star Wars the big thing in entertainment with the release of Rogue One (reviewed here last week), we thought we’d post a collection of autograph card images we’ve been saving, of autographs Mark Hamill has signed over the years.  You might not know that Hamill is unique in that he not only has autographed the classic Topps trading cards from the Star Wars movies (for fans at conventions, etc.) over the years, his autographs often reflect his sense of humor.

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Check out these samples of Mark Hamill autograph cards–most clipped from certified, graded, or “slabbed” cards in collectors’ hands discussed in forums across the Webisphere over the past several years.

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(more, after the cut)

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If you want to learn more about the three original Topps Star Wars trading cards series, check out our discussion of the Star Wars cards here, The Empire Strikes Back cards here, and the Return of the Jedi cards here.

Finally, if you’re looking for a laugh, the Alamo Drafthouse is playing the following YouTube video with screenings of Rogue One.  It’s a new look at Luke and Yoda worth watching.  A catchy tune, too.

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Have a safe holiday weekend!

C.J. Bunce
Editor
borg.com

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