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Noted Physician who Committed Suicide

ADDISON, Thomas Committed suicide due to a form of insanity resulting from overwork of the brain. Choice full signature clipped from a letter  $95.00

English Astronomer - Observed Transit of Venus

AIRY, George B. Uncommon autograph letter signed, 2 pages, Flamsteed House, Greenwich, 7 February 1853, To Lady Parker, offering his congratulations on the forthcoming marriage of her second daughter to Archibald Smith, “a very good fellow.” $225.00

Architect of Houses of Parliament, Church of St. Peters,
Ladbroke Estate in Nottingham Hill

ALLOM, Thomas Very uncommon autograph letter signed one and a half pages, Park View Shanklin, Isle of Wright, 18 June 1861. He writes: “...returning to London from the Isle of Wright today, hoping to make arrangement to meet and explain more fully what is wanted. I will either do it myself or recommend someone who can. The country about here is very beautiful but it’s very cold....” Signed “Thos Allom.” $325.00

Survivor of the Lusitania

ALTAMORE, Rosalie (B&W, 8”x10” portrait of the Lusitania under sail. Signed by survivor Rosalie Altamore in the light area of the sky. $75.00

Scarce photograph, B&W, 4.5”x7”, inscribed: “To my fellow columnist Richard Butler, with warmest wishes, Jack Anderson.” SOLD

ANTHONY, Susan B. Wonderful conclusion to an autograph letter signed. Complete in itself she writes: “Isn’t that full equal to the old-time-tar & feather ways!!’ Truly yours, Susan B. Anthony.”. $1250.00

Choice signature,  and signed in full. $850.00

Remarkable Collection of Automobile Pioneers

AUTOMOBILE PIONEERS A Fabulous collection comprising of autographs, letters, documents and signed photographs of many of the most notable names involved in the history and development of the automobile. $6,900.00

A Founder of the A.C.L.U.

BALDWIN, Roger Fine Franklin D. Roosevelt cover with a printed cachet of FDR postmarked April 12 1977.  Signed “Roger Baldwin, 2/20/81”  just six months before his passing. $35.00

Only Known Signed Photograph of Blanche Barrow

BARROW, Blanche Photograph, Brownie camera type, 3”x4.5”, full length of Blanche Barrow wearing an ankle length dress. On the verso is a lengthy A.L.S. written to “Mother” (Connie T. Barrow) Clyde and Buck’s mother who Blanche always referred to her as Mother. Blanche writes: “Taken the next day after the bandage was taken off my eye, the 17th October (1934). Am sending this with love to all the family. Mother I wish you would send me all the negatives to my pictures so I can have them developed and put in a book while I am here to look at.  It will help pass the time away but be sure to address it to Mrs. Blanche Barrow, Box 47, Reg.#43654. Farm One.”  The bottom white margin of the photo has been very slightly trimmed otherwise in fine condition. This is the first time this Rare photograph has been offered on the market as it comes directly from the Barrow family. Included is a photocopy of Blanche in prison with the bandage over her eye and a copy of a sworn affidavit of facts dated 19 November 1993 which bears signatures of Marie Barrow and two grandchildren. $5,900.00

Photograph from Prison Hospital sent to her Dad

BARROW, Blanche Photograph, Brownie camera type, 2.5”x3.5”, full length of Blanche Barrow wearing an ankle length dress. Blanche is still living in the prison hospital where this photo was taken. She spent 7 years in prison. On the hedge near her hip she writes: “Love you Dad.”  On the verso Blanche writes: “These are not very good, but you can tell I am well and getting along fine. So dear don’t worry this was taken beside the hospital where I live. I will have some more taken soon and send you a good one if I can take a good one ha ha. Now cheer up dear and get well so you can see your big fat baby girl some of these days before long. Always with love, B.B.”. $2,750.00

Founding Pioneer of the Boy Scouts of America.  Known to all as “Uncle Dan.”  Photograph, 8”x10”, B&W,  of Dan Beard, head & shoulders pose dressed in his scout uniform (1931).  Inscribed in white ink: “To Troop 77 of Hamtromck from Uncle Dan”.  In excellent condition and very uncommon as such. $225.00

Impeached in 1876

BELTNAP, Wm. W. Fine bold signature on a card adding in his hand “Sec’y of War.”. $75.00

MAJOR WERNER FREIHERR VON BESCHWITZ SIGNED LT. EDITION PRINT, co-signed by artist J.G. KECK. Wonderful lithograph by artist J.G. Keck, published by the King’s Crown Gallery in 1989. Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies by both J.G. Keck and Werner Freiherr von Beschwitz.  Measures appx: 19”x25”.   After the printing of these lithographs, the printing plates were destroyed. As new condition. SOLD

Be Careful What You Write


Wells, Lemuel H. & TUTTLE, Dan’l S. & Atwill, Edward R. On a card Bishop Wells writes: “As I am especially fond of boys your age Lawrence, I sign myself Truly Yours Lemuel H. Wells Bishop of Spokane Oct.23, 1903.”. $85.00

Most Successful Panzer Commander

BIX, Herman Photocopy of a portrait of Bix and a tank copied from a magazine. Signed on the white margin. On the verso Bix has typed seven lines in German and signed once again. $57.50

Very uncommon autograph letter signed, one very full page to Judge Woodruff.  Dated January 21, 1871. He asks the Judge when was your opinion on a certain case in the Northern District given. $395.00

Typed letter signed, one page on the stationery of the Supreme Court, Chambers of Justice Hugo L. Black. Dated December 11, 1968 to Mr. Sandy Adelman. $125.00

BLACKMUN, Harry A. Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Official portrait of Justice Blackmun, head and shoulders pose, 6”x9” signed on the lower white margin. $125.00

Matching Checks of Henry Blackwell and His Wife Lucy Stone

BLACKWELL, Henry B. & STONE, Lucy HPair of matching checks, partly printed  A.D.S., Boston, March 13,1890. North National Bank check payable to “Myself” for $100.00. Accomplished  entirely by the hand and signed by Henry B. Blackwell including the words “a/c Anna Blackwell” and signed once again on the verso.  Two bank punch hole cancellations not affecting any of the writing. Partly printed A.D.S., Boston, Jan. 14, 1892, North National Bank check payable to Timberlake and Small for $27.57.  Accomplished entirely by the hand and signed by Lucy Stone.  Two bank punch cancellations holes not affecting any writing. $575.00

Architect for Completion of Buckingham Palace, the Great Facade facing the Mall and in 1834 designed the Government House in Sydney, Australi

BLORE, Edward Small piece one inch by three quarter’s inch torn from bottom of fourth page, not affecting the appearance of the first page otherwise a very good scarce letter. $575.00

First Black Mayor of Los Angeles

BRADLEY, Tom His Holiday Greeting card which depicts some of the buildings in Los Angeles surrounded by flowers. Printed at the lower center is “Mayor and Mrs. Tom Bradley”.  hand signed by Tom Bradley just above his printed name. $18.50

His Death Ruled A Homicide

BRADY, James Official White House color photograph of James Brady, head & shoulders pose clearly showing the results of his injuries. Very boldly inscribed: “To Randall, Best Wishes and Good Luck Jim Bear Brady.” SOLD

BRANDEIS, Louis Autograph letter signed, one page on the imprinted Supreme Court letterhead. $650.00

Commodore Who Captured Hong Kong For Queen Victoria

BREMER, Sir  James John Gordon This memorandum is addressed to Capt. (later Admiral) William Hutcheon Hall (1797-1878) who served in the First Anglo-Chinese War and the Crimean WAR.  In 1816-17, he served as a midshipman under Captain Basil Hall, with whom he attended William Amherst’s embassy to China. In November 1839, Hall obtained command of Nemesis of the British East India Company in China, where he served in the First Anglo-Chinese War (1839-43). The ship’s first engagement was against Chinese forts and a fleet of junks in the Second Battle of Chuenpee on 7 January 1841. He was also present at the Battle of First Bar on the 27th of February. In commemoration of his service, he was commonly known in the navy as “Nemesis Hall.”  $450.00

BRENNAN JR., William  J. First Day Cover commemorating the Signing of the Declaration of Independence. Signed by Brennan with a fine signature $47.50

The Grandmother of the Russian Revolution

BRESHKOVSKY, Catherine Autograph letter signed, one very full page, Prag, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 7/2/1929. $450.00

Rare vintage collection of Broadcast Journalists and Anchor Persons

BROADCAST JOURNALISTS This wonderful collection of vintage broadcast journalists and anchor persons consists of 13 signed photographs and one scarce typed letter signed. $285.00

Astronomer Who Discovered 27 Comets

BROOKS, William R. Very scarce autograph letter signed on his blind stamped name embossed stationery which depicts a comet sailing through the sky.  Smith Observatory, Geneva, N.Y., Jan. 12, 1898. $250.00

Original Navajo Code Talker

BROWN JR., John Genuine Ten Yuan currency on the Bank of China. On the front Brown has written: “John Brown Jr. 1st 29 who created the Navajo Code words in 1942 at USMC Military base in San Diego, Calif.”. $95.00

Inventor of the BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle)

BROWNING, John Moses Bank check, Georgetown, DC, April 21, 1891, accomplished in Browning’s hand, made payable to “Cash” for ten Dollars. Boldly signed “John M. Browning”. SOLD

Awarded the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize- Signed 3 Times

BUNCH, RalphPlate block of six U.S. 4 cent Horace Greely stamps, Signed by Bunche three times across the stamps.  $47.50

America's Sherlock Holmes
Noted American Detective
Director of the Bureau of Investigation

BURNS, William J. Typed letter signed, one page, on his ornate name imprinted stationery,  July 30, 1911 to Mr. H. McClure of McClure’s Magazine.  A very interesting letter asking that a close friend be interviewed for a job and asking for the results of that interview... ”Now Harry, I cannot tell you how interested in Mrs. Dorrance I am and I will await with some anxiety the result of her interview with you.”. $275.00

BURTON, Harold  H.
Choice 8”x10”, B&W, Harris & Ewing photograph of the Justice, half length pose dressed in his judicial robe. $135.00

Supreme Court Justice Burton’s Christmas Card

BURTON, Harold H. Season’s Greeting Card for the year 1962.  Portrait of Justice and Mrs. Burton on the cover. Signed in full in type by both the Justice and Mrs. Burton. Justice Burton has added in his hand: “Hi! Harold and Selma”.  $75.00

Governor of New Jersey

BYRNE, Brendan His Holiday Greeting card as governor. Gold embossed seal of New Jersey with the printed message: “Best Wishes for the Holiday Season, Governor and Mrs. Brendan T. Byrne”. Hand signed by Brendan Byrne. With original envelope. $17.50

Uncommon in Autograph Letters Signed

BYRNES, James F Very scarce autograph letter signed, one page on United States Senate letterhead dated Dec. 29, 1940.  $275.00

Cannonball from the waters surrounding Fort McHenry,
Baltimore Harbor, War of 1812

Cannonball From the waters near Ft. McHenry, Baltimore Harbor. The War known as The Battle of Baltimore was during the War of 1812. The battle inspired Francis Scott Key to pen what became our National Anthem ”The Star Spangled Banner.” During September 13-14 the Fort successfully defended the City of Baltimore from an attack by the British.  This ball is from the prestigious collection of Robert White, noted JFK collector and dealer in autographs and antiquities. $85.00

Very Rare Signature of Thomas John Capel

CAPEL, Thomas John On a 2.25”x4” card Capel has written a few words in his hand and signed his name in full.  $75.00

Signer of the Declaration of Independence, signed twice

CARROLL, Charles (of Carrollton) Autograph letter signed, two pages. Interesting content, this letter signed twice with his usual initials.  This letter refers to the sale of some stock, however it appears the buyer questions or has some doubt about Carroll’s honesty. $550.00

Jimmy Carter’s Beer Drinking Younger Brother

CARTER, Billy Sheet of stationery from the Sheraton Washington Hotel inscribed with a two word sentiment and signed. Together with a can (empty) unopened of Billy Beer, hand signed “Billy Carter.”. SOLD

Two A.L.S. written and signed by Lewis Cass

CASS, Lewis Two full handwritten letters on the first and third pages.  Page one, Washington, March 5, 1852. Cass responds to a letter he received and states he will write a paragraph on the other page of this sheet going as far as I can which you are at liberty to publish if you think it will do good...” Signed in full Lewis Cass. On page three Cass writes in part: Washington, March 5, 1852. “I am glad to see that the history of the Democracy of the United States is about to be put to print. It is a work much wanted, and will fill a gap heretofore wanting in our political annals, and from what I know of the objects and plans, as well as the talents and research of the author....I have no doubt we shall have....and deserving the confidence and support of every Democrat. Lewis Cass” $450.00

CATT, Carrie Chapman Wonderful large signature using the scarce form of her signature . The closing of an autograph letter signed $325.00

CATT, Carrie Chapman Wonderful large signature using the scarce form of her signature . The closing of an autograph letter signed $295.00

Chief Justice U.S. Supreme Court (Lincoln), Secretary of the Treasury

CHASE, Salmon P. A fine dark bold signature on a slip affixed to a larger slip. $117.50

Outstanding and RARE Combination of Cuban Signatures

CIENFUEGOS, Camilo & GUEVARA, Che Very rare typed document signed by Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos dated January 15, 1959 just a week after seizing Havana. Department of Military of La Cabana, La Havana.  $2.275.00

Very Rare, First Signature as Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

CLARK, Tom C. Autograph note signed on his first day as Justice. On a 3”x5” card Clarke writes: “To Richard Alliger on the day I became a Justice of the Supreme Court, Tom C. Clark. 8/24/49.”Together with the original The Attorney General envelope.  $225.00

Last Survivor to Work on Mt. Rushmore
Clifford, Don "Nick" (1921 - 2019) His book "Mount Rushmore Q&A." Sixty-nine pages, 12th printing, revised. Paperback, color covers, many illustrations, some in color. Signed “Nick Clifford” on the title page. In fine condition. $65.00

Last Survivor to Work on Mt. Rushmore
Clifford, Don "Nick" A baseball style card of Clifford in front of the Mt. Rushmore carvings.  On the verso is his printed biography and he has signed this card in an area that was made for him to sign. $47.50

The International Symbol of Racism & Bigotry
CONNOR, Eugene "Bull" RARE typed letter signed on his Birmingham Police Commissioner, Eugene “Bull” Connor letterhead illustrating the Confederate Flag.  March 21, 1960.  A fabulous content campaign letter. SOLD

South African General called the “Circus General”
CRONJE, Pieter A. Portion of a section of a front free endpaper of a book.  Signed by the author with a 5 word sentiment. Signed just below by the subject of the book, P.A. Cronje. $55.00

Defender of George Custer’s Legacy
CUSTER, Elizabeth B. Autograph letter signed, one full page, she writes: “Permanent address, Bronxville, N.Y.  Dec.8th, Mutual Benefit Ins. Co., Gentlemen, It would be a convenience to me if the company would pay the yearly annually to my order Second National Bank 28th & 5th Av The Provident Co…Very truly yours, Elizabeth B. Custer.”  In very fine condition. Together with a nice postcard portrait of Elizabeth Custer. $555.00

William R. Day Letter to the President of the United States
DAY, William R Autograph letter signed, 2 full pages, Ashville, N.C., April 17, 1899. To: “The President, Executive Mansion, Washington, DC.” (William McKinley). $275.00

DAY, William R.
Bank check accomplished in his hand, Canton, Ohio, August 6, 1875 for $196.31.   Affixed to the upper left corner is a US 2 Cent Internal Revenue Tax stamp. $95.00

Last Survivor of the Titanic
DEAN, Millvina Superb extra-large photograph of the Titanic, 11”x14”, full length and hand signed by Millvina Dean.  It is estimated that only 25 of these photographs were signed by her. Accompanied by a photograph of Dean signing these photographs. $175.00

Fought at Bunker Hill
DEARBORN, Henry Fine bold signature removed from a printed document. Signed as Adjutant General. $135.00

Major Supplier of Egyptian Mummies Wrapped
in Linen sent across the Atlantic for U.S. Paper Shortage

DECK JUNIOR, Isaiah Very rare autograph letter signed ‘Isaiah Deck le jeune’, in French, one and a half pages on both sides. Victoria Terrace, l Leamington, 1 December 1845.  To Monsieur Boutigny [Pierre Hippolyte Boutigny) professor of chemistry in Paris, about the invention and design of a lamp. 10X8 inches, integral address leaf with Deck’s visiting card affixed to the back of the leaf. Left margin of letter tipped to an album page. $175.00

Press Photograph, 8”x10”, B&W of the Ambassador sitting at his desk.  Signed with a three word sentiment: “with best wishes, Bui Diem.”  A collector has written ”Ambassador Bui Diem of  South Viet Nam” on the lower white margin, easily matted out. SOLD

DIX, Dorothea Lynde
Offered is her personal copy of Practical Strategy as Illustrated by The Achievements of the Austrian Field Marshall Traun. Catskill, 1863. Signed “D.L. Dix” at the top right of the front cover and once again on the title page, Light feathering to the signature on the front cover. $575.00

Legend of Russian Diplomacy

DOBRYNIN, Anatoly Scarce T.L.S. on the letterhead of Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Washington, D.C., November 19, 1984 to Peggy Le Baron (wife of Robert LeBaron, Secretary of Defense during the Truman administration).  Dobrynin thanks “Peggy” for remembering his birthday. “...Irina joins me in sending to you our best wishes...”.  $110.00

President of the Republic of Hawaii

DOLE, Sanford B. Partly printed bank check. oblong, Honolulu, June 27,1922. Accomplished and signed all in Dole’s hand made payable to Fong Lee Laundry for $17.50.  $275.00

Succeeded Hitler as Head of State-Signed Surrender Documents

DONITZ, Karl Typed document in German signed, Headquarters, 6 May 1945.  Donitz authorizes Generaloberst Alfred Jodl to meet general Eisenhower at his headquarters near the end of the war. Very boldly signed by Donitz. He dates this signature “22.4.78”.  $950.00

DOUGLAS, William O.
Attractive, printed portrait of Douglas, head and shoulders pose dressed in his judicial  robe.  Overall size 6”x7”.  Signed in the lower light margin just below his likeness. $195.00

MAJOR ADAM DYROFF SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT, CO-SIGNED by artist J. G. KECK Wonderful lithograph by artist J.G. Keck, published by the King’s Crown Gallery in 1989. Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies by both J.G. Keck and Adam Dyroff. Measures appx: 19”x25”.   After the printing of these lithographs, the printing plates were destroyed. As new condition. $135.00

Vlad Dracula
Ottomar Rudolphe Vlad Dracula, Prinz Kretzulesco A very scarce double signature “Vlad Dracula, Prinz Kretzulesco, 30.11.99” on a card 4”x6”. Together with a portrait of the Prinz standing in front of his Palace. $150.00

EDISON, Charles Typed letter signed as Governor of New Jersey, Nov. 18, 1941 re an appointment as Chairman of Essex County of New Jersey. $37.50

Most Highly Decorated Australian in WWII

EDWARDS, Hughie Cover postmarked Washington, D.C. Sept. 1980.  Boldly signed “Hughie Edwards." $37.50

The Man Who Named The United States
Third Chief Justice of the United States
Document Signed in 1776 for Weapons

ELLSWORTH, Oliver, SEYMOUR, Thomas, HOSMER Titus Manuscript document signed, one page, 5”x8”, April 8, 1776. Payment to Titus Hosmer one of the Committee for providing Arms to be spent for that purpose and charge the Colony. Signed by Ellsworth, Seymour , John Lawrence and on the verso by Titus Hosmer.  Signatures of Hosmer can be considered scarce. A 1776 Revolutionary historical document of military association. $675.00

The Man Who Names The United States
Third Chief Justice of the United States

ELLSWORTH, Oliver (1745-1807).  Member of Congress (1778-83). Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court under Washington and Adams.  Document signed, one page, Hartford (Connecticut) June 17, 1777. Pay voucher to John Thomas for seven pounds, six shillings and six pence for his wages, mileage, etc. Directed to the Treasurer John Lawrence and signed by two members of the Committee of Pay table including O. Ellsworth.  Writing nice and dark. $375.00

Maitre d’ of the Ambassador Hotel who led RFK through the kitchene
EUCKER, Karl A Fine scarce signature of Karl A. Eucker in a clear area of the cover. $75.00

Executive Mansion Card Signed
EVARTS, William M. Signed Executive Mansion Card, adding in his hand “Secy of State” during the term of Rutherford B. Hayes. SOLD

FLANAGAN, Edward J. A 3”x5” slip where Father Flanagan has written: “Sincerely yours, God Bless You. Father Flanagan. Boys Town, Nebraska. U.S.A.”  Together with a color portrait of Father Flanagan on a postcard and a Boys Town Honorary Citizen Certificate. $125.00

San Diego’s First American Settler
San Diego’s First Attorney (1835)
Owner  of San Diego’s First Store (1845)
San Diego Mayor (1846-47)

FITCH, Henry D. Very rare autograph letter signed, San Diego, Jan. 6, 1840, two very full pages. To Mr. J. Mahonrey. Letter is in regards to a purchase of half a bank for the sum of $5,000. He goes on to give his opinion that e would not go through with the deal for the whole of it let alone for half. He goes on to say he does not want any part of the deal.  He goes on to say he has available about 2,600 pounds of tallow. He goes on to discuss business and a person with bad debt. He has been detained here by the misfortune of others as he should have been in the Pueblo long ago, etc. Signed “H.D. Fitch”. $695.00

Mt. St. Helens named after him

FITZHERBERT, Alleyn Envelope addressed in the hand of St. Helens, postmarked: “FREE” dated 28 October 1825 with the Free Franking signature “Free St. Helens.” Together with a pen, filled with ash from Mt. St. Helens May 18. 1980.  $85.00

Peter Force reprinted The Declaration of Independence
FORCE, Peter This is a very interesting response to an autograph request. Autograph letter signed, one page, Washington, July 3, 1866. He writes very boldly: “Friend Burnham in accordance with your request, I have the honor to forward the autograph of the venerable Col. Force. Yours, Peter Force”.  Force’s letter is on the fourth leaf of a letter to him from July 4, 1866 discussing books. $275.00

Peter Force reprinted The Declaration of Independence
Slip signed by Three Mayors of Washington

FORCE, Peter, SEATON, William Winston and BRADLEY, William A. Signatures of all three on a slip, each donating $100 while in Washington, DC $150.00

President Gerald R. Ford & Mother Teresa

FORD, Gerald R. & TERESA, Mother
Official National League Baseball, William White, President.  Hand signed on the sweet spot by Gerald R. Ford. Mother Teresa has also signed her name in ink on a side panel. In very good condition and possibly unique. $1500.00

Excellent Baseball Reference

FRANKFURTER, Felix Autograph letter signed, two full pages on a large imprinted Supreme Court of the United States card (4"x6") $675.00

FRANKFURTER, Felix Typed letter signed, one full page on the imprinted stationery of the Supreme Court of the United States, Chambers of Justice Felix Frankfurter,   Washington,  November 20, 1953 to George E. Farrand (attorney). $550.00

Hanged at Nurenberg

FRICK, Wilhelm Choice signature on a 2.75”x5” card. Affixed to the card is a small color portrait of Frick. $235.00

FROMME, Lynette “Squeaky Red.” Collection of 13 envelopes, all sent from prison dated between 1892 and 1983. Each envelope bears her hand signed name (L. Fromme) and return address. She has also hand addressed each envelope.  To seal the envelopes, they have a glue back flap that was most likely licked therefore contains her DNA. $1095.00

Friend of Victoria and Inspired Florence Nightingale
Referred to as “The Angel of Prisons”

FRY, Elizabeth L.S., one page, “Dear Charles, pray let me know how your dear Wife is after the dreadful event in her family-I trust she will bear it with fortitude give my kindest love to her. Ever yours affectionate.” Signed in very old age, possibly the last year of her life. “Eliz th Fry.” $175.00

FUENTES, Gregorio Original drink coaster from the Floridita, Havana, Cuba where Hemingway and Fuentes spent much of their time drinking.  There stools at the end of the bar are still on display.  The coaster is boldly hand signed by Gregorio Fuentes. $95.00

FUENTES, Gregorio Limited Edition card made exclusively for the International Autograph Collector’s Club. Limited to only 50 numbered copies hand signed by Gregorio Fuentes.  This is an in-person autograph. In fine condition, Signatures of Fuentes are very scarce in any form. $95.00

FUENTES, Gregorio A 3”x5” signed with a full signature “Gregorio Fuentes.”  Added below  “Cojimar, Cuba” the town he lived in. Excellent condition. $75.00

The Man Who Formed "The Barrow Gang" With Clyde Barrow
FULTS, Ralph Broadside containing a reprint of a biographical article about Fults.  Bold headlines read “The Man Who Ran With Bonnie and Clyde”.  Article contains a portrait of Fults. Hand signed by Ralph Fults in the upper blank area offering excellent contrast. $795.00

Free Frank of Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury
GALLATIN, Albert Excellent cover bearing a Free franking signature of Albert Gallatin as Secretary of the Treasury. Made out to William Few, Esq. Commissioner of Loans, New York. Clear postmark “Washington, Apr.19.” Stamped in red ink “Free.” $195.00

GEORGE, David Lloyd Very attractive cover, affixed is a portrait of Lloyd George. Three United States postage stamps are affixed. The first is a 3 cent U.S. postage stamp cancelled Brilliant, ALA Dec. 25, 1937. The second is a U.S. 2 cent postage stamp cancelled English, KY Jan 17.1938.  The third is a 3 cent U.S. postage stamp cancelled Leader, Colo Jan.25,1938. David Lloyd George signed his name with his full signature measuring three inches long. $145.00

GINSBURG, Ruth Bader Her original envelope printed “Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, D.C. 20543-0001. On the flap is printed “Chambers of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” Signed on the front in black ink.  Note in pencil on verso reads “Rec’d 8/13/2020 Died 9/18/2020.”  In mint condition together with six small cards depicting Justice Ginsburg. SOLD

GINSBURG, Ruth Bader Her book “My Own Words” Simon & Schuster, paperback, 2016, 374 pages illustrated.  Signed in full and dated 2019 by Ginsburg a year before her passing. SOLD

GINSBURG, Ruth Bader Typed letter signed on the letterhead of Supreme Court of the United States, Chambers of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. November 16, 2007 to Stephen Koschal. Justice Ginsburg writes: “Thanks for alerting me to the one-cent check bearing a signature that certainly looks like mine.  Similar reports caused me, some months ago, to decline to provide signatures in response to mail requests. With appreciation, and best wishes for the progress of your book.” Signed in full “Ruth Bader Ginsburg.”. SOLD

GLUBB, Sir John Scarce autograph letter signed, 29 July 1962. Glubb writes in part; “....I think the happiest moment of my career was when I was a young officer of twenty in the British Army and my company won three first prize in the Army Horse Show....” Signed twice, once in script the other in block letters. $77.50

GLUBB, Sir John Magazine photograph , 6”x9”, B&W of Glubb shaking hands with King Hussein. Boldly signed by Sir. John Glubb. $77.50

Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court for only 34 months
GOLDBERG, Arthur J. Photograph, B&W, 8”x10”, head and shoulders pose. Boldly inscribed and signed: “To Doug Kleiner with every good wish, Arthur J. Goldberg.” SOLD

Racist son of President Ulysses S. Grant
GRANT, Frederick Dent Autograph letter signed 1.25 pages on black bordered stationery. President Grant died in July 1885. $125.00

Dallas Grassy Knoll Relic
GRASSY KNOLL Offered is one section of the picket fence measuring 4”x58”.  Affixed to this section of fence is a brass plaque engraved “Grassy knoll, Dallas, Texas, Section of Original Wood Fence, Site of  John F. Kennedy assassination.  In addition affixed to this item are two original color photographs showing the wooden fence above the Grassy Knoll with the missing section. $250.00

He Made the Nazi Salute Obligatory Throughout the Armed Forces

GUDARIAN, Heinz WWII postcard printed in Berlin, head and shoulders pose of Guderian in uniform., signed with a vintage signature of Guderian with excellent contrast. $595.00

German Officer in the Wehrmacht

GUDERIAN, Heinz Choice content A.L.S. I page Godesberg, 18.5.1978. Guderia writes in part: " last charge was First General Staff officer of 116th Panzer Division in the West. I saw Hitler only four times before the war. I did not speak to him..” He goes on to write about inflation and that one dollar was equivalent to four billion Reichmark. Signed “H. Guderian.”  $95.00

CHE GUEVARA Cuban 20 pesos Note, Banco Nacional De Cuba, printed signature of Che as President Del Banco. Above his printed signature he has personally signed his name using a black ink pen.  Very scarce as such,  only a few of these notes have appeared for sale. Note and signature in fine condition. SOLD

CHE GUEVARA Cuban 10 pesos Note, Banco Nacional De Cuba, printed signature of Che as President Del Banco. Above his printed signature he has personally signed his name using a black ink pen. SOLD

Black Woman who changed Americar

HALE, Mother Clara (1905-1992). Humanitarian, the Mother to those who needed one. Founded Hale House in Harlem a home for unwanted children and those who were born addicted to drugs. She eventually helped 1,000 drug addicted babies and children born with HIV. One of the great black women in history who helped in the equal rights movement. Clara Hale was recognized by Ronald Reagan in his 1985 State of the Union Address. Very scarce photograph, 5”x7”, half length pose, smiling, signed “Mother Clara Hale”. A choice specimen. $125.00

STURMBAHNFUHRER HANS HAUSER SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT, CO-SIGNED BY ARTIST J.G. KECK Cuban Wonderful lithograph by artist J.G. Keck, published by the King’s Crown Gallery in 1989. Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies by both J.G. Keck and Hans Hauser.  Measures appx: 19”x25”.   After the printing of these lithographs, the printing plates were destroyed. As new condition. $125.00

He urged Abraham Lincoln to arm the slaves (1862)
HARLAN, James Autograph note signed in full: “Will the proprietors of the ‘Intelligencer’ and ‘Union’ comply with the within request and send me bill of charges with the return of this letter. James Harlan U.S.S.”. $110.00

Governor of New York - First Electrocution in the United States
HILL, David B. Document signed, David B. Hill’s bank check, National Commercial Bank, Albany, New York, July 1, 1907. Made payable to the bearer for Two hundred and thirty-two dollars.  Signed “David B. Hill.” $37.50

Apprehension of Oswald, Kennedy’s Death, signed by Four who responded
HILL, Gerald L., HAWKINS, Ray, BENTLEY, Paul, McDONALD, M.N. This document is a detailed report to the Chief of Police, Dallas as to the response of officers after the shooting until Oswald was captured in the movie theater. Details of what happened to Oswald after the capture, where he was taken, the conditions of the officers, the identification of the suspect, the pistol of Oswald’s with six shells recovered and the condition of Oswald after the arrest,  All four of the above have signed this report. $175.00

German Monster, Angel of Death, Head of SS and Gestapo
HIMMLER, Heinrich A colorized portrait of Himmler as Reichsfurer SS.  Head and shoulder pose in uniform. Overall measurement 6”x8.25”.  Attractively signed with a fountain pen “H. Himmler” over his printed name and title. SOLD

HITLER, Adolf & Von Brauchitsch, Heinrich
Typed document in German, one page small folio, Berlin, March 24, 1938. Document issued to Doctor Krohn (military officer doctor) is to be released from active duty. Boldly signed by Adolf Hitler and countersigned by Von Brauchitsch. SOLD

Adolf Hitler’s Personal Monogrammed
Sterling Silver Vanity Mirror and Bristle Brush

HITLER, Adolf Very rare WWII Adolf Hitler curved flat top “AH” monogrammed Sterling Silver Vanity Mirror. These were used by Hitler at  Obersalzberg..  $6,200.00

Uncommon A.L.S. as Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
HOLMES, Jr., Oliver Wendell Autograph letter signed, 1 page, Washington, D.C. November 25, 1910.  To John B. Campbil. Holmes writes: “It gives me pleasure to comply with your slight request. Yours truly, Oliver Wendell Holmes.”. $1,095.00

Sam Houston
President of the Texas Republic, Choice Free Frank Signature. SOLD

Author - Battle Hymn of the Republic
HOWE, Julia Ward Offered is the conclusion to a six page autograph letter signed, complete in itself, most likely written during the Civil War. She writes: “God speed. Hoping to meet you all before many months are ended and praying God to keep the country so dear to us all, I am always, your affectionate president, Julia Ward Howe.” A wonderful statement and signed with her full signature. $375.00

HUGHES, Charles E.
Printed portrait from a photograph taken by Harris & Ewing. Bust pose, B&W, looking directly into the camera. Signed on the lower white margin. $325.00

The First Engraved Supreme Court Card
HUGHES, Charles E. Appointed Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President Hoover (1930) and he held this position until 1941.  He is the First Justice to utilize the engraved Supreme Court of the United States card. A very good to fine example of this card very boldly signed. $185.00

HUGHES, Charles E. Typed letter signed, one page on the letterhead of “Ninety-six Broadway” (New York).  May 17, 1920 to Dear Mr. Wiley of the New York Times.  Hughes writes about not receiving a copy of the Current History magazine and wants to read an article with much interest.  $150.00

HUGHES, Charles E. Brief typed letter signed, one page, on the stationery of the State of New York, Executive Chamber, dated June 12, 1908. To Charles Robb, Hughes writes: "I have received your letter of the 11th instant for which I thank you most heartily. Very truly yours." $150.00

HUGHES, Charles E. Appointed Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by President Hoover (1930) and he held this position until 1941. A choice signature on a nice clean card. $75.00

Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, 1945
HULL, Cordell  Harris & Ewing photograph, 8”x10”, half-length photo, inscribed, signed, and dated. “To Mrs. Thomas A. Wadden, from your father’s old friend and colleague, Cordell Hull, June 1938.”. $125.00

HUMPHREY, Hubert H. Fine color photograph, half length pose sitting at his desk smiling. Affixed to a larger mount. Inscribed and signed on the mount: “To Anne Wright-my good and dear friend-and most effective associate in those Senate years. With affection Hubert H. Humphrey.” $67.50

Scarce Document Signed by Saddam Hussein

HUSSEIN, Saddam Colorful document  signed, September 14, 1989, six separate pages, small folio, as President of the Supreme Council for the Revolution. Light green letterhead with decorative gold borders and the official Iraqi eagle emblem at top center.  Translated, “Orders by Mr. President the Rais (Leader), In order to defend the beloved country of Iraq against the Khomeinist invaders, the Iraq citizens listed below have made donations...”  Lengthy double columned listing of 286 names follow. Boldly signed by Saddam Hussein in green ink on the last page. SOLD

ISMAY, Lionel Hastings Choice signature “Ismay” adding “General, April 1960” on a 3”x5”card. SOLD

Frank James along with his brother Jesse
were the most feared outlaws of their day

JAMES, Frank Typed letter signed on his name imprinted stationery. St. Louis Mo.  Mar. 6, 1900. To Dear Sir, Frank adds in his hand “Mr. James Ghire & Friend”. $4,250.00

Discovered the difference between Typhus and Typhoid
JENNER, Sir Wlliam 1st Baronet Autograph letter signed, one page to {Sir Henry} Thompson enquiring about the bearer of this letter. “Has this gentleman any stone in his bladder? Yours truly W. Jenner.” Mounted at corners to an old album page. $175.00

Introduced Postage Stamps in the United States
JOHNSON, C(ave) Responsible for the introduction of postage stamps in the United States Postal System. He was from Tennessee and supported the Confederacy during the Civil War. A very fine and uncommon signature removed from a letter with the word “respectfully” in his hand. $110.00

Original Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
JOHNSON, Thomas Autograph document signed, one page, 4”x8”, In Council,  24 March 1778 $595.00

Laura Keene The Actress who Cradled Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater Extraordinarily Rare Letter. $6,900.00
KENNY, Sister Elizabeth Rare oversized photograph, B&W, appx. 11”x14” full length of Sister Elizabeth Kenny walking with a gentleman. Signed, “Elizabeth Kenny.” Bottom corners lightly rounded otherwise in very good condition. $375.00

One of only 2 persons granted the honor of
free entrance to the United States without a passport

KENNY, Sister Elizabeth Choice full signature on a slip with ample margins. Color postcard photograph, full length of Sister Kenny. $185.00

KESSELRING, Albert Choice war date autograph letter signed in German, dated 12.8.40. one page translated: “Command post, For the lovely kindness thinking and the warm words of congratulations to my promotion as Field Marshall, I say my heartfelt thanks, Salvation Hitler! Kesselring.”. $275.00

Very Scarce Vintage Signed Photograph
KILGALLEN, Dorothy Vintage photograph, 8”x10” by Bruno of Hollywood/New York,  head and shoulders pose. Inscribed and signed: “To Lottie-All good wished to you! Dorothy Kilgallen.”  In very good condition.  Signed photographs of Dorothy Kilgallen are quite scarce and 8”x10” signed photographs nearly impossible to obtain. $550.00

Martin Luther King. Jr. - X-Ray used in Court
KING, JR., Martin Luther Original X-Ray, one of several made by St. Joseph’s Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee of the chest of Martin Luther King, Jr. that was used in Court against James Earl Ray.  Measures 10”x12” and is in fine condition. $750.00

Recipient of the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize
KISSINGER, Henry Fabulous non-rushed inscription and signature, in ink, on the back of a table card from the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in new York City. The card reads “Hon. Henry A. Kissinger” in calligraphy.  A choice genuine signature of Kissinger. SOLD

56th Secretary of State

KISSINGER, Henry Magazine photograph,  5”x6”, Black and white of Kissinger, Happy Rockefeller, Governor Rockefeller attending the National Press Club luncheon on October 31, 1972.  Signed by Henry Kissinger. $45.00

Scarce Document Signed By Nikita Khrushchev

KHRUSHCHEV, Nikita Rare document signed, two pages, as Chief of the Ukrainian Council of Ministers, dated November 23, 1947. Letter regarding the opening of stores and discusses the lack of opening the needed amount of stores for selling bread, etc. Letter of translation included. Signed in green ink by Nikita Khrushchev and countersigned by Demian Korotchenko, Secretary of Central Committee of Communist Party (Bolsheviks) of Ukraine SOLD

Last Survivor of the Plot to Assassinate Hitler

KLEIST, Ewald Heinrich v. T.L.S. on his name imprinted stationery, Munchen, 16 OKT. 1978.  Fine friendly letter to a collector, not translated but listing an address for a relative. $87.50

He Advised FDR Japan Attacked Pearl Harbor

KNOX,  Frank Typed letter signed, one page, on his name imprinted letterhead. Washington, July 3, 1940 to Mr. J. Duane Upton, The Titusville Herald, Garland, Pennsylvania. Knox thanks Upton for his congratulations and continues: “This is a time when all of us must do our part to provide adequate national defense to meet any emergency that may arise...” $95.00

LAWRENCE, John Choice signature as Treasurer. $25.00

Witnessed The Total Collapse of the Third Reich

LEHMANN, Armin A choice signature on a 3.25”x6.25” card. SOLD

Very rare signature of the “I” in The King and I

LEONOWENS, Anna A very RARE signature “A.H. Leonowens, February 22/86 Sunnyside Halifax N.S.” on a lined six-inch slip. $595.00

  Anna Leonowens The "I" in Rodgers and Hammerstein's
The King and I. Scarce 1875 Autograph Letter Signed. SOLD

First Lady of American Journalism

LEWIS, Dorothy Thompson Time magazine called her “the most influential woman in America” after Eleanor Roosevelt. In 1931 the Nazi Party invited her to interview Adolf Hitler. She was the first American journalist to be expelled from the country by the Nazi regime. She was featured on the cover of Time magazine. $40.00

Very Strange but True

LINCOLN, Evelyna Wonderful 3”x5” card, affixed is a B&W portrait of Lincoln. She writes: “Evelyn Lincoln Personal Secretary to President Kennedy.”  Included is an original Mass Card for President Kennedy. $125.00

Founder of the Gallican Church in France, Excommunicated
LOYSON, Charles (Pere Hyacinthe) Very scarce signature, in ink, Hyacinthe on a large slip. Together with a carte-de-visite photograph of Father Hyacinthe. $110.00

MACARTHUR, Douglas Typed letter signed, one page on the printed letterhead of 90 Church Street, New York.  26 December 1962. To Miss Rosalind Swain. $495.00

Limited Edition signed by Thomas Madigan & A.L.S. of Samuel F.B. Morse

MADIGAN, Thomas A This copy contains a choice autograph letter signed by Samuel F.B. Morse, dated June 20, 1890 at New York. To an autograph collector Morse  $1,200.00

MARSHALL, George C. Choice large and bold signature with ample margins for framing. Dated in pencil by another hand Mar.23, 1941 at the lower right. SOLD

KLONDIKE KATE - Queen of the Yukon

MATSON, Kate Rockwell Magazine portrait, measures appx. 4”x4” of  Klondike Kate holding her wedding ring. Signed in full “Kate Rockwell Matson”.  $1,375.00

Von Mauser, Paul Autograph note on the front of a fantastic “Hold to Light” German postcard of a beautiful mansion, gardens and fountain.  When held up to the light all the lights around the fountain and lights in the windows of the mansion light up as well as the moon in the sky.  In the light area of the bottom front of the postcard Mauser has very boldly written in German. Translated in reads: “I will thank you soon in person. In deepest appreciation, yours, P. Mauser.”  Hand addressed on the verso by Mauser. German stamp, postmarked, Weisbaden, 1.11.01. SOLD

Dallas Police Officer Who Captured Lee Harvey Oswald
MCDONALD, Maurice Nick Photo of McDonald in uniform, half length pose, 8”x10”, holding Oswald’s .38 cal pistol. Inscribed: “To Steven, Best wishes, Officer M. Nick McDonald-Captor of Oswald- 11-22-63”. $55.00

Founder of McDonalds

MCDONALD, Richard Photograph, 8”x10”, B&W of the first McDonald's hamburger stand. Signed on the light portion of the sky: “Richard J. McDonald, Founder McDonald’s Hamburgers”.  SOLD

Called “The Angel of Death”
Document Signed by Dr. Mengele While Assigned to Auschwitz

MENGELE. Dr. Josef Official document signed, very shortly after arriving at Auschwitz. Dated, 7 Aug. 1943  at Auschwitz Birkenau.  Translated it originates at the “Hospital for Gipsies” and directed to “The Institute of Hygiene” in Auschwitz.  The text states: “Sample for examination regarding dysentery taken 7.8.43 for Lakatost Ziborah, registration #8162.“  Hand signed  by “J. Mengele” using a purple pencil.  His title is “SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer.”. $8,900.00

Rare Check signed by Samuel Meredith, First Treasurer of the U.S.

MEREDITH, Samuel Partly printed document signed. Check filled in by Meredith “Cashier of the Bank”  April 7, 1789. Pay to S. Meredith and signed once again. $295.00

President of The Continental Congress

MIFFLIN, Thomas One page, oblong folio, vellum, (Philadelphia), May 29, 1795. Countersigned by James Trimble. Large embossed wafer Seal of the Commonwealth affixed to the top left above Mifflin’s signature.  Ornate printed heading by F.&R. Bailey.  $425.00

Appointed by Abraham Lincoln

MILLER, Samuel F. Bank check, oblong, Bank of Washington, Oct.22, 1881. Accomplished by his hand and made payable to “Self” for one hundred dollars. Signed in full as Associate Justice. Signed once again on the verso.  $185.00

Hitler’s Bodyguard, Reported to be the last occupant of the Fuhrer Bunker

MISCH, Rochus Color photograph of Misch possibly at Eagles nest, head and shoulders pose, in uniform. Very boldly signed. 87.50

Hitler’s Bodyguard, Reported to be the last occupant of the Fuhrer Bunker

MISCH, Rochus Color map of the Battle for Berlin 26 April – 2 May 1945. Indicates the buildings damaged and the important ones intact plus other damaged areas. Indicates the spot of Hitler’s Bunker.  Boldly signed by Rochus Misch on the bottom white margin.  SOLD

MONTGOMERY, B.L. Signed "Montgomery of Alamein, Field Marshall". Official War Office photo passed for censorship stamp on verso. Fine and quite uncommon in signed photographs. $575.00

Fought in America alongside Lafayette, Peer of France
MONTMORENCY, Baron Mathieu de One word from a letter with his scarce signature dated 1822. Affixed to a larger leaf otherwise fine $65.00

Last Person to Serve as Supreme Court Justice Without Possessing a Law Degree
MOODY, William H. A choice bold signature on a slip adding Haverhill, Mass (the town he died) in his hand. $87.50

First African American Treasurer of the United States
MORTON, Azie Taylor Appointed by President Carter. One dollar Federal Reserve Note hand signed in full by Morton just above her printed signature. $85.00

Austin Moses The "Founder of Texas" discusses his mining interests in this Exceptionally Rare Autograph Letter Signed $5,950.00

Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma Vintage 5.5”x4” book stock photograph of a few dozen sailors aboard a military vessel with heavy guns. Signed “Louis Battenberg.” $175.00

MURPHY, Frank Photograph, appx. 8”x10” B&W, head & shoulders pose. Inscribed and signed on the lower light margin. $195.00

Document Signed by Mussolini and the King of Italy
MUSSOLINI, Benito & EMANUELE III, Vittorio Partly printed document signed “Mussolini” as Minister of War, in Italian, one full page, small folio, Rome, October 1, 1926. Not translated.  Printed heading bears the huge name of the King and his titles. Boldly signed by  Vittorio Emanuele with a huge signature nearly seven inches long. Countersigned by Mussolini. Several dockets and signatures of two secretaries. Together with a portrait of King Vittorio  Emanuele and Mussolini, both in uniform, shaking hands. $495.00

MUSSOLINI, Benito Partly printed document signed “Mussolini” as Minister of war, in Italian, one full page, small folio, Rome, September 30, 1926. Not translated.  Printed heading bears the huge name of the King and his titles. Boldly signed by  Vittorio Emanuele with a huge signature nearly seven inches long. Countersigned by Mussolini. Several dockets and signatures of two secretaries. Together with a portrait of King Vittorio  Emanuele and Mussolini, both in uniform, shaking hands. SOLD

Commanded the boats that created
“bombs bursting in air” and “the rocket’s red glare”

NAPIER, Admiral Sir Charles Memorandum, 6”x8”   HMS  St. Vincent, Cove of Cork 16 May 1848, signed “Chas Napier” as Rear Admiral and Commander in Chief, to Captain Willaim Hall of HM Steamer Dragon ordering him to receive an “Inspector of Machinery afloat”. $225.00

Nazi Swastika, Leaded Stained Glass Window
NAZI SWASTIKA, Leaded Stained Glass Window Measures 15”x15”, Black glass Swastika circled in white glass with a vibrant red glass background. SOLD

Duke of Bronte
NELSON & BRONTE Scarce signature most likely a Free Franking signature. Affixed to a larger slip. $57.50

Rare 1931 Typed Letter Signed of Untouchables Leader Eliot Ness
NESS, Eliot Typed letter signed on the stationary of Treasury Department, Department of Justice, Bureau of Prohibition, Office of Special Agent in Charge. Chicago, Illinois, September 1, 1931, to L.B. Chapman, Special Agent 2248 Transportation Building, Chicago. Ness writes to the agent that he is authorized to use his personal automobile on official government business in connection with the investigation of Case No. will be reimbursed for gasoline and oil... a copy of this letter should be attached to your expense account...” Signed in ink “Eliot Ness.”  This letter was written during the time Capone’s seven-year reign as crime boss ended and he went to prison at the age of 33.  $1250.00

Rare Autograph of Untouchables Leader Eliot Ness
NESS, Eliot Check, 8.25”x3”, drawn on the Union Bank of Commerce, Cleveland, Ohio, dated Jan. 29,1949.  Filled in by Ness for $15.00 and made payable to “Hotel Hollenden.”  Signed “Eliot Ness” with a choice bold, signature.  This check exhibits normal rubber bank stamping on verso. Cancellation holes do not touch Ness’s fine signature.  Of the very few checks that ever appeared in the autograph market, they were smaller in size and usually filled out by another hand.  $595.00

Rare Autograph of Untouchables Leader Eliot Ness
NESS, Eliot Check, 8.25”x3”, drawn on the Riggs National Bank of Washington, DC, dated  Feb. 19, 1947. Filled in by Ness and made payable to “Cash”. Signed “Eliot Ness” with a choice bold, black ink signature.  This check exhibits normal rubber bank stamping on verso. Cancellation holes do not touch Ness’s fine signature. SOLD

WWII, Japanese Surrender on Board U.S.S. Missouri
NIMITZ, Chester W. Photograph, B&W, 8”x10” of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz on the deck of the U.S.S. Missouri is signing the instrument of surrender.  On the surrender documents on the photograph Nimitz has signed in blue ink: “C.W. Nimitz, U.S. Representative.” $3,750.00

NIMITZ, C.W. Plate block of four U.S. 5 cent Sam Houston stamps. Signed on the selvage: “C.W. Nimitz Fleet Admiral USN. $125.00

Arguably as Justice Was the Most Powerful Woman in the World
O’CONNOR, Sandra Day Her children’s book CHICO, A True Story from the Childhood of the First Woman Supreme Court Justice. Dutton Children’s Books, 2005, First Edition, later printing. Color illustrations by Dan Andreasen, folio. Genuinely signed in full on the title page. SOLD

The Most Hated Woman in America
O’HAIR, Madalyn Fantastic cover commemorating “Atheism Comes of Age”.  Two U.S. stamps with a special cancellation “American Atheists Convention XXI, Sta. Scottsdale, AZ 85253, March 29, 1991”. Signed in ink by Madalyn O’Hair. $225.00

He killed Usama Bin Laden
O’NEILL, Robert J. Original FBI Wanted Poster (November 2001) for Usama Bin Laden. The reward is for up to $25 million plus $2 million  funded by Airline Pilots Association.  Signed “Never Quit Robert O’Neill ST6.” $150.00

OLIVI, Fred Very desirable handwritten letter, one and a half pages on his name imprinted letterhead. Dated 23 Feb. 1981 to Dear Jeff. This letter discusses a situation where a request for an autograph may not have been responded and how Olivi keeps records.  Signed in full.   Olivi continues: “..I was the co-pilot on ‘Bockscar’  that dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki, Japan 9 August, 1945”.  $175.00

OLIVI, Fred Four by six-inch card, 18 June 1980 inscribed with a fabulous sentiment; “Study, work and above all-persevere- and your most cherished wishes and dreams are yours! Good Luck. Fred J. Olivi, Lt. Col. USAFR (Ret) Co-pilot on Bockscar Nagasaki: Japan 9 Aug. 1945”.  $55.00

OLIVI, Fred Photograph of Olivi in a Jeep, measures appx. 5”x7”, inscribed and signed adding “...Co-pilot of Bockscar 9 Aug. 1945”. $47.50

Rare New York City Major During Civil War Draft Riots
The Hate was directed toward African-Americans
OPDYKE, George Rare check, bearing a wonderful cachet of a sailor, ship and Indian on the County Treasurer of new York at the Broadway Bank. March 5, 1863 (two days after Congress passed the Enrollment Act) in the amount of $66.66 made payable to Philip Cosgriff or Stilwell & Swain for salary as attendant Court of General Sessions for January 1863.  Signed by the City Comptroller, Clerk, County Bookkeeper and by George Opdyke as mayor of New York City. $395.00

Russian Ambassador to U.S. During WWII
OUMANSKY, Ambassador Konstantin Died in a plane crash. President Roosevelt arranged to fly his body from Mexico City to Moscow Choice signature, dated “June 28th 1939” on an autograph collectors note page.  $45.00

Rare Genuine Signed Baseball by Rosa Parks
PARKS, Rosa Very rare to find an "Official" baseball signed and dated by Rosa Parks. Researching we find two that were sold in the last twenty years. One was listed on eBay for $15,000. The other was sold at Hunt Auctions for $10,000 and it was inscribed and signed. This ball is a little more desirable as it is not inscribed but signed and dated 2/9/95. A museum piece! $6750 Reduced to $4900.00

PARKS, Rosa & KING, Coretta Scott First day of issue of the Martin Luther King, Jr. U.S. 15 cent postage stamp. Choice engraved portrait of head and shoulders pose of King on the left and another of King giving his famous speech in Washington, D.C.  Signed by Coretta Scott King and signed and date “12/7/90” by Rosa Parks.  A fabulous and scarce combination of signatures. SOLD

Rare A.L.S. of Rosa Parks
PARKS, Rosa Autograph letter signed, one page, May 15, 1993, she writes: “Dear Steve, Many students write reports about around the country. Some of them send me copies and say they get good grades.  I hope you did well. God Bless You, Rosa Parks.”  Autograph letters signed by Rosa Parks are considered quite scarce to rare. SOLD

PASCO, Samuel Choice signature adding "Florida" in his hand. $225.00

British “Bobbies” Named for Him
PEEL, Sir Robert Front of an envelope, London, January 5, 1835 free franking signature “Robert Peel” as Prime Minister. $75.00

PERKINS, Frances Very scarce A.L.S. three full pages, Sept.5, 1947 to Mrs. Butler. Fine friendly letter stating she did not get the invitation in time for the shower for Paula Chopin. $125.00

Scarce Subject & Photographer of  a Pulitzer Prize Photograph
PHUC, Phan Th Kim & UT, Nick Offered here are 3 items.  A black & white portrait of the award winning photograph,  measures 6”x10”.  The second item is a pink card with the printed logo of the peace sign. Signed: “love, peace and best wishes Kim Phuc, Feb. 2000.”  The last item is a 4”x6” card with a very scarce presentation inscription and sentiment: “For Clint good luck for future Nick Ut.” $95.00

Wonderful content from future Associate Justice U.S, Supreme Court
PITNEY, Mahlon  T.L.S. 2 full pages on the letterhead of House of Representatives U.S., Washington, D.C., April 31, 1896. To Captain Lewis Van Blarcom. $165.00

Very RARE Letter Of The Future Pope Getting The Church And Pope. Involved In Finding A Prisoner Of War. Known as "Hitler's Pope!"

PIUS XII. Eugenio Pacelli. Rare, Typed letter signed, 2 pages, on the ornate imprinted stationery Nunziatura Apostolica Baviera & Oggetto which contains the printed seal.  Monaco, li l Luglio, 1918. $2,500.00

In Her Day, She was a Combination of Martin L. King, Jr.,
Rosa Parks and Malcolm X all Rolled Up In One!

PLEASANT, Mary E.Very RARE partly printed check, signed: “M.E. Pleasant.”  Measures 7.75”x3”, San Francisco, California, June 3, 1876. Made out to “Cash” for $20.00.  Drawn on Donohoe, Kelly & Co. Bankers. SOLD

Very Scarce T.L.S. - A.L.S. of Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell
POWELL JR., Lewis F. Typed letter signed, one page on the imprinted letterhead of the Supreme Court of the United States, Chambers of Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr.  Dated February 21, 1981.  Typed letter signed “Lewis”  writing to Mrs. Peggy LeBaron, wife of Robert LeBaron. $150.00

POWELL JR., Lewis F. Typed letter signed, one page on the imprinted letterhead of the Supreme Court of the United States, Chambers of Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr.  Dated December 11, 1978 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert LeBaron. $65.00

PRIEST, Ivy Baker One Dollar SILVER certificate, Series 1935E without the In God We Trust motto. That motto began with the 1935G and H notes.   This note bears the seal and the note numbers printed in blue ink. SOLD

Major Horst Ramsch, Signed Limited Edition print Co-signed by the artist J.G. Krek Wonderful lithograph by artist J.G. Keck, published by the King’s Crown Gallery in 1989. Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies by both J.G. Keck and Horst Ramsch.  Measures appx: 19”x25”.   After the printing of these lithographs, the printing plates were destroyed. As new condition. $85.00

RAMSEY, Alexander American politician, first Minnesota Territorial Governor. Uncommon free franking ink signature. Ample margins for framing. $47.00

Last Person to Serve as Supreme Court Justice Without Possessing a Law Degree
REED, Stanley Typed letter signed, one page on the letterhead of the Supreme Court of the United States,  January 30, 1957 to Harold W. Hensel.  Reed sends thanks for a 1884 (year of his birth) calendar just three weeks before his retirement.  In addition he sends a signature of the Chief Justice. $135.00

Last Person to Serve as Supreme Court Justice Without Possessing a Law Degree
REED, Stanley Fine engraved U.S. Supreme Court card boldly signed. Large signature. $85.00

The First Colored Member of the Senate
The First Colored Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
The First Colored Full Term Senator

REVELS, H(IRAM) R. & RAINEY, Joseph F. Choice signature: “H.R. Revels, Mississippi.” Very scarce autograph letter signed, one page, Washington, DC, Feb. 5, 1871 to Mr. John J. Brown, Jr.  Excellent content: “At your request I send you this autograph letter not believing that I am yet distinguished but simply to gratify your curiosity, Respectfully, J.F. Rainey.”Rainey was admitted to the U.S. House of Representatives on Dec. 12, 1871. Together with a portrait of both men, clipped from a magazine.  A rare combination of autographs. $1,250.00

Father of the Nuclear Navy

RICKOVER, Hyman George Very lengthy typed letter signed, 3 full pages on the imprinted letterhead of U.S.S. Henry L. Stimson. At Sea, N. Atlantic, 4 July 1966 to Mr. Morgan (US Congressman).  $950.00

Father of the Atomic Submarine

RICKOVER, Hyman George Typed letter signed, one page on United States Atomic Energy Commission letterhead.  Washington, D.C. March 31, 1955, to Mrs. John T. Willis in response to a request for signed photographs and matchbook covers. $375.00

RIDGWAY, Matthew Typed letter signed on his name imprinted letterhead, 28 Dec.1982. $125.00

Appointed Head of the Nazi Film Unit

RIEFENSTAHL, Leni Color photograph, 4”x6” boldly signed in blue ink on the lower white margin. Fine condition. $150.00

Important Appointment by Rommel to the Panzer Group

ROMMEL, E. Wonderful, important Christmas appointment of Frhr Constantin von Neurath, SS Specialist to be Commando of the Panzer Group in Africa. Dated 23 Dec. 1941.  Approved and boldly signed by Rommel.  Later on, von Neurath sent Hitler hair raising details from Sicily stating the people hated German troops.  $1,950.00

Recipient of the Medal of Honor

ROOSEVELT, Theodore Choice full signature at the bottom of a letter, affixed to a larger slip. His signature is 4.5” long  $95.00

New York’s Noted Underworld Figure
ROSE, Jack Slip affixed to a larger page where Jack Rose has signed his name adding East Orange H.S. Feb 17, 1921.” . $175.00

Two White Pioneers in the Founding of the NAACP

RUSSELL, Charle & VILLARD, Oswald Garrison A very scarce bold ink signature on a 3”x5” card which he dated Nov. 4, 1940. Choice. The two signatures  SOLD

SCHAIN, Josephine National Director of the Girl Scouts (1930-1935).  Choice signature on a slip. $35.00

Major General in the Continental Army

SCHUYLER, Philip Autograph letter signed, 2 full pages, Albany, N.Y., Oct. 9, 1804. In part: “The bearer has been with me... rent due on the farm originally leased to him. I am at present in bed with the gout and my daughter also in her bed... I have been in bed for 15 days past with much pain which shall continue severe, may you never have the gout but enjoy good health...”  In a six line postscript he asks for a bill for the work done to the farm.   $695.00

Rare letter from a Governor of a State that is no longer a State

SEVIER, John Manuscript document signed, one page, 8”x4”, North Carolina, 1 November 1782.  Sevier orders the Sheriff of Washington, No. Carolina to apprehend john Crockett so he can answer a complaint by Robert Crockett concerning damages of 500,000 pounds.  Very interesting association of names.  $2,500.00

Lengthy, two page Autograph Letter Signed by Samuel Sewall
SEWALL, Samuel Very lengthy autograph letter signed, two full pages, Marblehead, 15 March 1786. To Hon. W. Holten. Content regards legal matters against Col. Putnam and a judgement Sewall made and about the costs still due. He writes: “if Putman has deceived him, I am sorry for it-but do not conceive that the risque was, or ought to be mine- I say mine because what I did was within the consent of my client and I conceive myself answerable to him whether I get the money of Col. P, or not...” signed “Sam Sewall.” $475.00

White House Nannie for Caroline and John-John
SHAW, Maud International 13 cent Air mail cover depicting a portrait of John F. Kennedy,. Inscribed and signed: “To Florence Hurrey my very best wishes Maud Shaw.”. SOLD

Challenged Abraham Lincoln to a Duel

SHIELDS, James Autograph letter signed, one page to a collector in Menden, New Hampshire. Washington, January 11,1854. $175.00

Hitler's Favorite Commando

SKORZENY, Otto Choice signature (said to have been obtained during the Nuremberg trails) matted with a portrait of Skorzeny taken on the day he received the Knight’s Cross. SOLD
SOUTER, David Printed portrait of Justice Souter, head & shoulders posed dressed in his robes and smiling. Boldly signed on the lower white area. $65.00

John D. Sloat (1781-1867). US Naval Officer and Military Commander of California. Claimed California for the United States at the outbreak of the Mexican-American War (1846). Partly-printed Document Signed, being a receipt for pay, payable United States Navy Yard, New York, December 1, 1851, $254.58. Boldly Signed, "John D. Sloat". $295.00

Very Scarce A.L.S. with full Signature, Choice Autograph Authenticating a sketch of Adolf Hitler & commenting on C.O.A.’s

SPEER, Albert Autograph letter signed, one full page, dated 31.12.71. to a Florida autograph collector. $575.00

Minister of Armaments under Hitler and Donitz

SPEER, Albert Uncommon autograph letter signed on his name imprinted letterhead. Heidelberg, 24.VI.72.  To a collector in Virginia regarding an invitation for the collector to come to Speer’s home in a few months.   $350.00

Organized the First Woman’s Rights Convention

STANTON, Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote the first three volumes of the six volume History of Woman Suffrage. A two-word sentiment and a huge full signature over seven inched long.  $495.00

STEVENS, John Paul Typed letter signed, one page Supreme Court of the United States, Chambers of Justice John Paul Stevens, February 10, 1976.  He writes to Leon Moritz: “Unfortunately I do not have any pictures to send to you, but I do want you to know that I appreciate you taking the time to write me those two letters. I hope your health improves and that you retain your interest in the law. Sincerely yours, John Paul Stevens.”. $125.00

STEVENS, John Paul Stevens has signed his name with a wonderful full signature not the fast scrawl as is in may cases on souvenir items.  $85.00

Justice Stewart saved Muhammad Ali's Boxing Career
Rare Typescript of a Section of the Constitution Signed by Potter Stewart

STEWART, Potter Typescript of a portion. of the U.S. Constitution of the United States being the Preamble and Article III-Section 1. First of this type we have seen. One page, circa 1979, inscribed and signed by Potter Stewart as Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. $175.00

First Person in New England to be Cremated

STONE, Lucy Autograph letter signed, one page, Dorchester, Aug 4 (1893). Stone writes: “Dear Hatti, I have acknowledged this check, and will you tell Mrs. Wilde that I am ‘to attend to’ reply to her pleasant note for which I thank her. As always, Lucy Stone.”  Notation on verso in another hand: “For Woman’s Journal’ fund from Eleanor G. May for August 1893.” Stone died two months after. $695.00

Founder of the Republican Party

SUMNER, Charles Autograph letter signed, one page, Boston, 13 November 1863, He sends an order for three books “which ought to be ordered for the library...’. $695.00

Founder of the Air Force Academy

TALBOT, Harold E. Typed letter signed, dated December 31, 1952, referring to congratulations on his appointment as Secretary of the Air Force. He continues: “Heavy responsibilities and burdens go with this appointment....” , $85.00

Rare Signature of Thomas Talbot

TALBOT, Thomas A very scarce three word sentiment and full signature on a card. Ample margins for framing, $175.00

Napoleon’s Foreign Ministere
TALLEYRAND-PERIGORD, Charles Maurice de Autograph letter signed, one page, on watermarked paper 183 (last number runs off paper). To a Dear Mr. Chadron, in French, in several lines Talleyrand invites Mr. Chadron to dine at his house. $295.00

Recipient of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize

Blessed TERESA of Calcutta Marvel Comic Book, Vol.#1, No.1, 1984 issue. This entire comic book is dedicated to Mother Teresa.  Signed: “God Bless you, M. Teresa mc” on her portrait on the front cover.  $675.00

Recipient of the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize

Blessed TERESA of Calcutta Marvel Comic Book, Vol.#1, No.1, 1984 issue. This entire comic book is dedicated to Mother Teresa.  Signed: “God Bless you, M. Teresa mc” on her portrait on the front cover. SOLD

Original Religious Relic, 3rd Class, Mother Teresa

Blessed TERESA of Calcutta Holy Medal depicting a portrait of Mother Teresa on the front. On the verso, raised from the medal reads: “Ex Indumentis, Italy.”  Attached and protected is a piece of white cloth that Mother Teresa touched.  Together with an original Invitation to attend her Beatification conducted by pope john Paul II in the Piazza San Pietro, Rome on 19 October 2003. $85.00

THOMAS, Clarence
Partly printed portrait, 6”x9”, B&W, head and shoulders pose dressed in his robes. Very boldly signed on the lower white margin. $57.50

Rare First Day of NON ISSSUE

TIBBETS, Paul First Day of Non Issue Atomic Bomb and WWII postage stamp, cancelled Columbus, OH  Aug.14, 1995, commemorating the Allied victory over Japan. Cachet of the Enola Gay. Signed by Paul Tibbets with a flawless signature.After protests from Japanese government officials and intervention by President Clinton, the U.S. Postal Service reluctantly rescinded a planned stamp commemorating the swift conclusion of WWII through the use of atomic bombs. This is the only commemorative stamp ever rescinded by the U.S. Postal Service. The announcement was made public by The White House on December 7, 1994 exactly 53 years to the day after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor.  $125.00
William Tilghman (1854-1924). American frontiersman, gunslinger,
U.S. Marshall, Deputy Sheriff under Bat Masterson. Part owner of the famed Crystal Palace in Dodge City. Only Major Lawman from the Old West Shot & Killed in the Line of Duty. Rare Autograph Letter Signed, as Sheriff, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, d. March 30, 1903, to his second wife. $5,500.00

Titanic Autographs

Conceived onboard the R.M.S. Titanic

WALKER, Mary Ellen Very uncommon signature “E.M. Walker” well centered on a 3”5” card. $95.00

Last Survivor of the Titanic

DEAN, Millvina Photograph of the Titanic, 8”x10”, B&W, full length, hand signed by Millvina Dean in the light portion of the sky. Together with an original color photo of Millvina Dean taken in her home holding this photograph. A most unusual combination of Titanic collectibles. In excellent condition. $145.00

One of the Last Survivors of the Titanic

SHUMAN, Eleanor Photograph of the Titanic, 8”x10”, B&W, full length, hand signed by Millvina Dean in the light portion of the sky. Together with an original color photo of Millvina Dean taken in her home holding this photograph. A most unusual combination of Titanic collectibles. In excellent condition. $175.00

HAISMANN, E.E. Choice signature n a 3”x5” card. Notation on verso indicate this card was signed in 1995. $85.00

NAVRATIL, Michel Three year old survivor of the R.M.S. Titanic. Along with his brother they became known as “The Titanic Orphans”. Their father kidnapped them and was fleeing to America. Michel was the last male survivor of the disaster. Fine, scarce signature on a 3”x5” card. $95.00

ROBB, Marjorie Last survivor of the First Class passengers of the Titanic disaster. Her father placed her in Lifeboat #6 and then he perished. Robb went blind later in life and her autograph is quite scarce as she stopped signing. Fine signature on a tan 3”x5” card. $95.00

DEAN, B(ertram) V. Third Class child passenger on the R.M.S. Titanic. Rescued by Lifeboat #13. Died on April 14, 1992, exactly 80 years to the day after the Titanic struck an iceberg. Choice signature on a 3”x5” yellow card. $95.00

DEAN, Millvina Choice limited edition postcard commemorating the 85th Anniversary of the RMS Titanic. Boldly signed on the lower portion of the card. This is copy #83 of a limited edition of only 100 copies. $125.00

HART, Eva One of the most outspoken survivors of the Titanic disaster. She criticized the White Star Line for failing to provide sufficient life boats for the passengers.  She died on April 14, 1996. Choice ink signature well centered on a 3”x5” card. $95.00

BLANCHARD, Ruth Becker Born in India she was booked in Cabin #8, Deck “F” on the RMS Titanic. She was forced to stand in crowded Life Boat #13. She was saved by the Carpathia. Choice signature, well centered on a 3”x5” card. $95.00

AKS, Frank Third Class passenger on the RMS Titanic. Of Jewish decent he was separated from his mother and placed in Lifeboat #11. He was wrapped in a shawl by Mrs. John  Jacob Astor.  His mother was placed in Life Boat #13. Aks during his lifetime accumulated a large collection of Titanic memorabilia. He is buried in Norfolk, Virginia. Fine 3”x5” card signed and dated adding “Titanic Baby 10/21/80”. $110.00

MACKENZIE, Edwina Troutt She was placed in Life Boat #13. Her rare collectors card which contains her portrait on the left and her name as a Titanic Survivor on the right. She has written: “Edwina C. Troutt, Second Class Passenger, saved on Life Boat #13, April 15, 1912, Saved a baby Assud Thomas, Born in England 1884”. SOLD

THOMAS, George Born Youssef Touma in Tibinin which is now Lebanon. Third Class passenger placed in Life Boat #2 by Captain Smith. Very scarce signature on a 3”x5” card. $125.00

Life Boat #13 Is Lucky For Youngsters

DEAN, B (ertram) V. Third Class child passenger on the RMS Titanic. Rescued by  Life Boat #13. Died on April 14, 1992, exactly 80 years to the day after the Titanic struck the iceberg.  Full page typed story of Dean’s memory leading up the disaster.  signed at the conclusion by B.V. Dean. Most unusual and in excellent condition $125.00

BLANCHARD, Ruth Becker Born in India, she was booked in Cabin #8, Deck “F” on the RMS Titanic. She was forced to stand in the crowded Life Boat #13. She was saved by the Carpathia.  One full page biographical story of her voyage on the RMS Titanic. Small portrait of Ruth at the top left corner as she looked while only 12 years old in 1912. There is another portrait of Ruth near bottom left as she looked in 1983.  Signed and dated by Ruth “1986” on the bottom white margin. Signatures of Ruth Becker Blanchard are not common as she did not even start talking about her experience until 1982. She died eight years later. $125.00

World Famous Expert on Maps

TOOLEY, R.V. Autograph letter signed, two very full pages, on his name imprinted letterhead. Dated 7/5/86 just 100 days before his passing. $85.00

Sunk the First American Warship (WWII)
TOPP, Erich Very scarce autograph letter signed, one very full page, on the letterhead of the Hotel Inter Continental, Manila.  Bonn, 22.2.77.  In English, Topp writes: “Dear Wayne Koch, To answer your letter: The ‘Reuben James’ has been protecting a convoy, she was in war-action according to the international law.  She became a complete loss, not because of the hit of two torpedoes, but as a consequence of exploding all of her depth-charges that had been prepared for attacking German submarines-though the USA at that time were not at war. Sincerely Erich Topp.”. $475.00

Sunk the First American Warship (WWII)
TOPP, Erich Scarce autograph letter signed, one very full page, on his Diplomatic letterhead. Bonn, 6/12/72, Topp writes in German, translated: “Dear Mr. Koch, Please find enclosed the personal picture which is one of the last I have from the war. You can read facts about me including my special ex-prisoner in the Bookmans  Such Was The Submarine War by Harold Busch, Heimat Publishing Company, Bielfeld. Kind Regards, Eric Topp,Rear Admiral, Ret.”. $185.00

Only Presidential Candidate in History to Charge Admission to His Rallies
TRAIN, George Francis Very scarce autograph sermon signed, one full page, New York April 16, 1870. He writes a very lengthy sermon to John J. Brown, Jr. at Newburg, (N.Y.). $650.00

Physician to "The Elephant Man"
Founder of the British Red Cross Society

TREVES, Sir Frederick Autograph letter signed, one very full page, dated March 30,1919 to Lord Sudley.  Treves writes in part: “...I am very much obliged to you for so kindly sending me a copy of the debate in the House of Lords. It was a most interesting discussion and I must congratulate you, not only for your very fine speech, but also upon the success of your motion...I was sorry to hear...that you had had some very troublesome  attacks in the winter.  I trust they have now passed off.  We have got back to this house, after many difficulties, and are hardly yet settled in. Things are still very trying and improvement is very slow.” $395.00 <

Documents Signed by William Marcy "Boss" Tweed
And By two members of the Infamous "Tweed Ring"
Which Bilked New York City Out of Tens of
Millions of Dollars Between the Years 1865-1871

TWEED, William Marcy “Boss" Fascinating partly printed document signed as Street Commissioner of Lamps and Gas, The City of New York, December 10, 1868 issued to A & G Brandon. $350.00

The AIR Force General Who Knew More About U.F.O.S Than Most Know Today
TWINING, Nathan FPhotograph, 8”x10”, B&W, head and shoulders pose of General Twining. Inscribed and signed on the lower white margin: “To Dolores Sauer, with very best regards N.F. Twining.” One small piece of wear to bottom margin barely touching the “W” in with. SOLD

VAN ALLEN, James American space scientist. Van Allen Radiation Belt named after him. He worked on the Manhattan project (1941) and worked with Von Braun and Russian scientists. During WWII he was stationed in the So. Pacific on the U.S.S. Washington and the ship successfully defended itself against a Kamikaze attack. Van Allen was the recipient of many prestigious awards. A choice black ink signature on a 3”x5” card. $37.50

Rare U.S. $1 Note Signed by Jailed Treasurer of the U.S.
VILLALPANDO, Catalina Vasquez Federal Reserve Note $1.00 signed in print Catalina Vasquez Villalpando as Treasurer of the United States. Above her printed signature she has hand signed her signature, in ink, in full.  Quite scarce, matter of fact the first-hand signed bill of Vallalpando we have seen. In MINT condition. Together with an informative newspaper clipping regarding her sentencing and a two-page article from an autograph magazine discussing the Treasurer being jailed along with this exact bill being illustrated.  $175.00

Attractive partly printed document signed. Bank check on the First National Bank, Louisa, KY made payable to Chestnut Farms for seventy dollars and twenty cents. Signed in full as Chief Justice of the United States. $195.00

Extremely RARE Underworld Mobster Signature
VIZZINI, Sal His book: The Secret Lives of America’s Most Successful Undercover Agent Vizzini.  Arbor House, 1972, First Edition.  Three hundred thirty pages, In fine plus condition with the original dust jacket in a protective cover,  Inscribed, signed and dated on the front free endpaper: “To Chris, a great guy and a true friend-Best to you and your lovely wife- Sal Vizzini 12/5/72.”. $599.00

Rommel’s Top Panzer General
VON MANTEUFFEL, Hasso Christmas/New Years Greeting Card bearing his typewritten message dated 12-12-1973. He writes that he was in the USA in Maryland and Pennsylvania and he found a heap of mail when he cam back...sends best wishes for Christmas and the New Year. Excellent ink signature. SOLD

Rommel’s Top Panzer General
VON MANTEUFFEL, Hasso His visiting card bearing his printed name, rank, address and phone number. Hand signed with a blue ink pen. $150.00

WADE, Henry Copy of the Affidavit of The State of Texas vs. Lee Harvey Oswald for Murder. Henry Wade as District Attorney, Dallas County, Texas.  Stamped: Official Photo reproduction from Dallas. Signed and dated for a close friend “Henry Wade 12 July 93.” $350.00

Henry Wade of Roe v. Wade

WADE, Henry Copy of the Affidavit of The State of Texas vs. Lee Harvey Oswald for Murder. Henry Wade as District Attorney, Dallas County, Texas.  Stamped: Official Photoreproduction from Dallas Municipal Archives.  Hand signed by Henry Wade adding the date “12 July 93” SOLD

Fine Combination of Signatures

WALES, Elizer Last surviving member of Washington’s administration. Choice and scarce combination of signatures on a large slip. $100.00

WALLACE, Henry A. Plate block of four U.S. 3 cent Joseph Pulitzer stamps signed seven times. $145.00

WARREN, Earl Photograph, 8”x10”, B&W, by the noted photographer Harris & Ewing. Head and shoulders pose, full face, notation on the verso states taken 6/29/48 as the Vice-Presidential candidate. Inscribed and signed on the clear portion of the background. $395.00

WARREN, Earl & RUSK, Dean Plate block of four U.S. 4 cent Charles Evans Hughes stamps signed by both Warren and Rusk. $85.00
Booker T. Washington (1856-1915). American Educator & African American Civil Rights Leader; Establish the Tuskeegee Institute (1881), a teaching college for blacks. Bold Signature trimmed from a letter. $295.00

Founding Member of the Republican Party
WASHBURN Jr,  Israel He was the first politician of his rank to use the term “Republican.” Very nice signature “I. Washburn, Jr.” on a slip affixed to a larger paper. $40.00

WATERGATE  SCANDAL Outstanding collection of many of the major players of the criminal act of breaking in and bugging the Democratic National Headquarters in Washington, D.C. regarding the 1972 Presidential campaign. SOLD

WEBSTER, Daniel Autograph letter signed, on page, Jan. 1838.  Webster writes in part: “I will be able to answer your inquiry in your letter. Perhaps I may be obliged to write to friends in Boston. Meantime, I send you a note addressed to me on the subject of my colleagues...” $350.00

WELLINGTON, Arthur Wellesley Front panel of a free franked cover with holograph address, postmarked April/26/37.  Boldly signed “Free, Wellington.”  Red wax seal on verso. SOLD

WHITE, Byron Unused FDC commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Signed in full. $55.00

Associate Justice to be promoted to Chief Justice
Signed Seven Weeks before His Death

WHITE, Edward D. Fabulous signature on a large card adding “Washington March 29, 1921” by his hand. Signed as Chief Justice and just several weeks before his death. $175.00

Discoverer of the Carlsbad Caverns

WHITE, James Larkin His book: Jim White’s Own Story, The Discovery and History of Carlsbad Caverns.  Wrappers, 1932, heavily illustrated. Title page has a portrait of Jim White. Signed by “Jim White” at the bottom of the title page $295.00

WILLARD, Frances E. Early autograph letter signed, one page, as President of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. Written on their ornate letterhead, Illinois, Jan.25,1879. $350.00

Commander of French Underground resisting Nazi’s

WITTENBERG, Charles Program for “Mystery Charlies” to be held Wednesday March 11  (1987). Inscribed “To Louis Charles Wittenberg.” $45.00

Letter Refers to the New York Fire of 1838
WOODBURY, Levi Partly printed document signed, one page, Jan. 3, 1840 to the Commissioners of New York referring to certain goods destroyed by fire…in the City of New York.  Orders the claim of $181.07 be paid to Buloid & Caswell. Signed in full as Secretary of Treasury. $125.00

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