Essendon Autographs

Hi All,
Recently I was giving a copy of the John Coleman book and it had quite a few past and present players signatures in it.
I assume it must have been fro the office book launch.
I have been able to identify all but a few.
The mysterious ones are:
the boots one on page 168, the player signed #43 on page 165 and the fourth one down on the last page (I think it might be Coleman's brother).
I've attached the photos but have no idea if they will appear.
Thanks

Comments

  • Well that worked well - no photos.
    I'll try again if someone can hold my hand!!!
  • Can't seem to attach photos.
    I drag them off my desk top but they don't stick.
    Any help please?
  • ZimmerZimmer Put the pointy pencil in the pepper-po.
    There is an "Attach Image/file" option in the tools bar.
  • David J RichardsonDavid J Richardson Relevant Avatar King
    You need to get them hosted on another website first: flickr, imgur, etc. You can’t upload the picture *to* Bomberblitz.
  • edited November 2016
    Hope this works....





    Bugger!
  • edited November 2016
    FINALLY!!

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  • ZimmerZimmer Put the pointy pencil in the pepper-po.
    Sorry I can't be of any help, but it looks like a great find.
  • Would agree the Albert E Coleman is his brother.

    His fathers name was Albert Ernest Coleman and his brother was Albert Edwin Coleman, but it would be safe to assume Johns father was long gone by the time the book was signed.

    Looking at the names we know of the current players of the time, it looks around that 1995-1997 era.
    The only #43 I can think of around that time was Danny Morgan. but that auto doesn't look like Danny Morgan.

    And I have no idea who has signed at the bottom of page 168.

  • Would agree the Albert E Coleman is his brother.

    His fathers name was Albert Ernest Coleman and his brother was Albert Edwin Coleman, but it would be safe to assume Johns father was long gone by the time the book was signed.

    Looking at the names we know of the current players of the time, it looks around that 1995-1997 era.
    The only #43 I can think of around that time was Danny Morgan. but that auto doesn't look like Danny Morgan.

    And I have no idea who has signed at the bottom of page 168.

    My thoughts exactly on Coleman's brother and Morgan.
    I was thinking it could have been a 43 from years past but just can't nail it.
  • Would agree the Albert E Coleman is his brother.

    His fathers name was Albert Ernest Coleman and his brother was Albert Edwin Coleman, but it would be safe to assume Johns father was long gone by the time the book was signed.

    Looking at the names we know of the current players of the time, it looks around that 1995-1997 era.
    The only #43 I can think of around that time was Danny Morgan. but that auto doesn't look like Danny Morgan.

    And I have no idea who has signed at the bottom of page 168.

    Dean Roili wore number 43 but it doesn't look like that either.

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