Matt Kemp autographs are hard to come by, as prices are high and the market doesn't have a lot of new supply flowing in as Kemp's autographs the last 2-3 years have all been in redemption form. When a live signature hits the market and the price remains reasonable, I have to jump as a Bison Collector.
My latest addition is a sweet piece I landed for a steal. For the price of a blaster, my 11th Kemp cardboard John Hancock arrived after a tumultuous journey. It hails from 2011 Panini Playoff Prime Cuts, and is the Century Silver Signatures Gold parallel numbered out of just 5 (4/5 for my copy).
The card had yet to arrive and after inquiring with the seller I was informed that it had shown up at their place, sent back by the post office loose in a plastic baggie and with the bubble mailer ripped. The seller said the card wasn't damaged and offered to either re-send it or give me a refund. You can guess which option I chose.