1. No dealer shall sell or offer for sale in or from this state an autographed sports
collectible to any consumer unless, at the location where the sale occurs, in close
proximity to the merchandise, he places a conspicuous sign that reads:
SALE OF AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS MEMORABILIA
AS REQUIRED BY LAW A DEALER WHO SELLS TO A CONSUMER ANY SPORTS MEMORABILIA DESCRIBED
AS BEING PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED FOR TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS OR MORE MUST PROVIDE A WRITTEN
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY AT THE TIME OF SALE.
2. (a) Any dealer engaged in a mail-order or telephone order business who sells or
offers for sale in or from this state an autographed sports collectible to any consumer
shall include in any written advertisement relating to any such item, in type of conspicuous
size, the disclosure required by subdivision one of this section or language substantially
equivalent to the disclosure required by subdivision one of this section.
(b) When an offer for sale of an autographed sports collectible takes the form of
a televised broadcast, such offer shall include a written on-screen message that shall
be prominently displayed and clearly visible for no less than five seconds at the
beginning of each segment of broadcast for each item offered for sale and displayed
thereafter for no less than five seconds at ten minute intervals during said segment,
A WRITTEN CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY IS PROVIDED WITH EACH AUTOGRAPHED COLLECTIBLE,
AS REQUIRED BY LAW.
(c) When such offer for sale takes the form of a radio advertisement, such advertisement
shall include as part of the oral message the disclosure required by paragraph (b)
of this subdivision.
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