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USA 2007 JOHN ADAMS DOLLAR ERROR DOUBLE EDGE LETTERING & INVERTED (NGC MS64)

by Regency-Superior Auctioneers

May 13, 2016, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: RARE John Adams dollar with double edge lettering (inverted) 2007-P. Mounted in cherrywood box Encapsulated & graded by NGC MS64 mint error DBL.EDG.LET. (3082731-047)

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No Image Available

by Link Auction Galleries

May 20, 2016, 10:30 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: Whittier, John Greenleaf: Poems; Phila. J. Healy, et. al; 1838. 1st edition. Whittier's first publication in book form. With a Whittier autograph letter signed laid in.

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STEINBECK, JOHN: AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR

by Stair Galleries

May 1, 2016, 11:00 AM EST

Hudson, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: STEINBECK, JOHN: AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED TO DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR Two typed sheets, the front letter heading 'John Steinbeck, Box 1017, Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY, dated July 22, 1964' received date stamp July 27, 1964, the second page signed in ink 'John Steinbeck', unlined, tooled leather folder with sleeve. 11 x 8 3/8 in. (sheet). Provenance: Part of the James S. Copley Library Collection, Copley Press Inc. James S. Copley Library Collection

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Washington & Adams $1, 2007, Errors, Missing Edge Lettering

by Champagne Auctions

May 14, 2016, 7:00 PM EST

Montreal, QC, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD100 - CAD200

Description: United States, One Dollar, Presidential Series, George Washington; John Adams; 2007, Errors, both missing the edge lettering. Graded by NGC MS-64 Nicolet seminary collection and other consignments. Collection du s?minaire de Nicolet et autres consignataires.

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RIES, HUBERT. Autograph Letter Signed,

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $80 - $120

Description: RIES, HUBERT. Autograph Letter Signed, "Hub: Ries," to John Pawle, in German, sending the gift of a duet [not present]. 1 page, 8vo, ruled paper; separations at folds with some loss at intersections, inexpert paper repair at middle right verso, English translation written in an unknown hand in ink on first page of integral blank. (MRS) Berlin, 9 September 1874

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NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY; CARDINAL. Autograph Letter Signed, “John H Newman / Congr. Or. Pres.,” to “Rev’d dear Sir,”

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY; CARDINAL. Autograph Letter Signed, "John H Newman / Congr. Or. Pres.," to "Rev'd dear Sir," explaining that he does not know whether he is the priest he met at Ushaw. 1 1/2 pages, 8vo, with integral blank; folds. Birmingham, 28 February 1849

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Surrey Cricket collection 20 players. Autographs include Sir Alec Bedser, S

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

May 6, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £20 - £30

Description: Surrey Cricket collection 20 players. Autographs include Sir Alec Bedser, Saqlain Mushtaq, Arthur McIntyre, Micky Stewart, David Fletcher, John Edrich, Pat Pocock, Arnold Long, Monte Lynch, Stewart Storey, Graham Roope, Alan Butcher, Keith Medlycott, Alec Stewart, Adam Hollioake, Martin Bicknell, Darren Bicknell, Alastair Brown, Graham Thorpe, and Alex Tudor. Signed on cards, small signature pieces, magazine photos, each lightly fixed to A4 white pages with names annotated to each. Highly collectable piece of cricket memorabilia Good condition. All signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and can be shipped worldwide.

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BARTLETT, JOSIAH. Autograph Letter Signed, to Nathaniel Peabody,

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: SIGNER BARTLETT, JOSIAH. Autograph Letter Signed, to Nathaniel Peabody, arranging a meeting concerning Captain Judkins. 1/2 page, tall 4to; silked on recto and verso, addressed on verso in his hand. (TFC) Kingstown, 9 June 1774

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Early ALS President John Tyler recommending Marine Corps appointment 1819

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: An early letter from John Tyler recommending a man for a Marine Corps appointmentJOHN TYLER (1790-1862) Autograph Letter Signed, "John Tyler," 1 page, 7.5" x 9.25" Charles City, Virginia, November 1, 1819, address in his hand on the verso to "T[h]e Hon[orable] The Secretary of the Navy Washington." Laid into a larger sheet, expected folds, light toning and soiling, else fine.Tyler writes in full: a"Mr. John Travis of this State, is an application for some appointment in the marine corps and will present you testimonials of merit of the most respectable character. The family from which he springs is, and has been from a remote period, distinguished for their ardent attachment to the institutions of their country, and I have no doubt that should Mr Travis meet with your countenance you will never have cause to regret it."From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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Grover Cleveland between Presidential administrations honors  autograph request

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $300

Description: Grover Cleveland, in between Presidential administrations, honors an autograph requestGrover Cleveland, in between Presidential administrations, honors an autograph request.GROVER CLEVELAND (1837-1908) Autograph Letter Signed, "Grover Cleveland," 1 page, 5.25" x 8.25" on his legal letterhead, New York, September 16, 1889 to George Trent. Expertly laid into a larger sheet, light soiling, else very good.Cleveland writes, in full: "Your letter is received and I willingly comply with your request. I hope that this mere line will relieve you from embarrassment[.]"From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Arty Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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President Millard Fillmore honors an autograph request for collector Louis Cist

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: Millard Fillmore fulfills a request for his autograph!MILLARD FILLMORE (1800-1874) Autograph Letter Signed, "Millard Fillmore," as Vice President, 1 page, 7.5" x 9.5", Buffalo, November 8, 1849, to noted collector Louis Jacob Cist (1818-1885) honoring an autograph request. Laid in to a larger sheet, expected folds, very light soiling, else fine.Fillmore writes, in full: "I am honored by the receipt of your note of the 3d inst. requesting my autograph; which I accord with pleasure but as not deemed worthy of a place in the collection of those distinguished names to which you allude. "From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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Autographed football photo:

by Gateway Gallery Auction

May 7, 2016, 10:00 AM EST

Chambersburg, PA, USA

Description: John Henry Johnson autograph, with COA

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GT-3 1965 JOHN YOUNG AUTOGRAPHED LITHO

by Regency-Superior Auctioneers

May 12, 2016, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $700

Description: Official NASA 8"x10" portrait of John Young in civvies, signed boldly in black. Minor toning top left, otherwise fine.

Condition Report: A

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by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: David Rice Atchison, considered by some as 'President for a day,' recommends a surgeon for a naval appointmentAutograph Letter Signed, "David R Atchison," 1 page, 7.75" x 9.5", Washington, May 14, 1844 to Secretary of the Navy John G. Mason. Expertly laid into a larger sheet, else fine condition.DAVID RICE ATCHISON (1807-1886) Atchison writes, in full: "In addition to the recommendations in favour of the appointment of Dr Thomas R Rootes Assistant Surgeon in the Navy, I have the honour of forwarding a letter of the same in part from M M Marmaduke Gov of the Sate of Missouri."From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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Star Wars The Force Awakens Cast Signed Photo

by Christiana Auction Gallery

May 12, 2016, 6:00 PM EST

NEWARK, DE, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $800

Description: Signed by: Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, JJ Abrams, Oscar Isaac and John BoyegaMeasures: 8 x 10 inchesCOA Included

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Star Wars Cast Signed Movie Poster

by Christiana Auction Gallery

May 12, 2016, 6:00 PM EST

NEWARK, DE, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $1,000

Description: Signed by: Harrison Ford, Carrie fisher, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, J.J. Abrams, George Lucas, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Gwendoline Christie, Adam DriverMeasures: 34 x 22 inchesCOA Included

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West Indies Cricket Collection of 41 1960 to 2011 players. Autographs inclu

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

May 6, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £50 - £70

Description: West Indies Cricket Collection of 41 1960 to 2011 players. Autographs include Cammie Smith, Peter Lashley, Willie Rodriguez, Deryck Murray, Alvin Kallicharran, David Holford, John Shepherd, Joel Garner, Gordon Greenidge, Collis King, Desmond Haynes, Alvin Greenidge, Jeffrey Dujon, Sir Richie Richardson, Phil Simmons, Roger Harper, Thelston Payne, Carlisle Best, Keith Arthurton, Ezra Moseley, David Williams, Jimmy Adams, Kenny Benjamin, Sherwin Campbell, Hamish Anthony, Roland Holder, Adrian Griffith, Reon King, Wavell Hinds, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Dwayne Smith, Sulieman Benn, Lendl Simmons. Signed on cards, small signature pieces, magazine photos, each lightly fixed to A4 white pages with names annotated to each. Highly collectable piece of cricket memorabilia Good condition. All signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and can be shipped worldwide.

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1950s-60s POLITICAL FIGURES SIGNED PHOTOS & LETTERS (x81)

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May 13, 2016, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $750 - $1,000

Description: Large collection of 81 items, mostly vintage photographs and TLS featuring various cabinet members, senators, governors, house representatives and mayors from the mid 20th century. Partial list of signers include: Henry Cabot Lodge, Sargent Shriver, Franklin Roosevelt Jr., George Romney, Ted Kennedy (autopen), Ramsey Clark, John McClellan, Larry O'Brien, Robert McNamara, Carl Hayden, John Swainson, Edward Brook and autopen signatures from Presidents Johnson, Bush and Clinton, with additional autopen/secretarial signatures scattered throughout. Nearly all TLS content relates to granting various autograph requests, with some signed by office secretaries. Interesting assortment. Generally very fine to fine.

Condition Report: A

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John Aldridge autographed football photo. High quality colour 16x12 inch mo

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May 6, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £8 - £10

Description: John Aldridge autographed football photo. High quality colour 16x12 inch montage photograph autographed by former Republic of Ireland footballer John Aldridge. Good condition. All signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and can be shipped worldwide.

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John Barnes autographed football photo. High quality colour 16x12 inch phot

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May 6, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £6 - £12

Description: John Barnes autographed football photo. High quality colour 16x12 inch photograph autographed by Liverpool legend John Barnes. Good condition. All signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and can be shipped worldwide.

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MONROE, JAMES. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President,

by Swann Auction Galleries

May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: MONROE AND ADAMS MONROE, JAMES. Partly-printed Document Signed, as President, four-language ship's papers for the ship Independence. Countersigned by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams. 16x20 inches; uneven toning overall, dampstaining at upper left corner, folds, 2 paper seals intact, bold signatures; matted and framed. Washington, 9 January 1812

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Great content President Rutherford Hayes ALS re Civil Service reform 1883

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: Rutherford Hayes writes on one of his most important accomplishments of his Presidency: Civil Service ReformRUTHERFORD B. HAYES (1822-1893) Autograph Letter Signed, "R. B. Hayes," 1 page, 4.25" x 7.25", Spiegel Grove, Fremont, Ohio, December 17, 1883, to noted autograph collector L. J. Cist. Expertly laid into a larger sheet, extremely light soiling, else fine.Hayes writes, in full: "Up to that time the only Document issued by me which I have found is Civil service order on the subject of assessments for political purposes and the management of political parties by Office-holders of the General Government."From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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President James Monroe ALS re consular appointment for friend he met in France

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May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: James Monroe recommends a consular official who he had met while serving as U.S. Minister to FranceJAMES MONROE (1758-1831) Autograph Letter Signed, "Jas. Monroe," as Governor of Virginia, 1 page, 7" x 8.75", Richmond, October 21, 1802. Expertly laid in to a larger sheet, expected folds, else very fine.Monroe writes, in full: "Mr. Wilson of Baltimore will have the pleasure of presenting you this letter. I knew him in France sometime while I was there, and from what I saw and heard of his character, considered him as an upright intelligent and discerning citizen. I am of [the] opinion that full confidence may be reposed in him in these respects. He has intimated to me a desire of employment under our govt. In the consulate abroad, and having expressed a wish that I would make his pretensions known to you in the light they are to me, I take the liberty to furnish him with this introduction."Monroe served as U.S. Minister to France from 1794 to 1796. "Mr. Wilson," was likely Henry Wilson of Maryland who served as U.S. Consul at Ostend, 1803 to 1816 and at Nantes from 1817 to 1821 (Political Graveyard).From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Arty Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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President Martin Van Buren ALS re appt as member Cincinnati Literary Society

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: Martin Van Buren offers his belated thanks for an "appointment as an Honorary Member of the Cincinnati Literary Society..."MARTIN VAN BUREN (1782-1862) Autograph Letter Signed, "M. Van Buren," 1 page, 8" x 9.5", Kinderhook, February 19, 1842, addressed in his hand on the verso to "Mr. Lewis J Coit[?] Cincinnati, Ohio," and franked "Free M. Van Buren" above with dark and distinct "FREE" stamp and "KINDERHOOK N.Y. FEB 19" cancellation. Expertly laid into a larger sheet, light soiling along expected folds, tiny engraved portrait of Van Buren affixed to bottom center, not affecting text, else fine.Van Buren writes, in full: "I find upon looking once my papers, prefatory to leaving home for a few months, a letter from you answering my appointment as an Honorary Member of the Cincinnati Literary Society, which I fear, may not have been acknowledged. Should I be correct in this, I beg you to [illeg.] my best thanks to the Society for the mark of their respect, with an apology for my seeming neglect in not having done so before."From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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James Buchanan ALS as Secretary of State to prominent abolitionist 1846

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: James Buchanan writes to Charles Edward Lester, a prominent abolitionistJAMES BUCHANAN (1791-1868) Autograph Letter Signed, "James Buchanan," as Secretary of State, 1 page, 8.25" x 10.25", Washington, September 23, 1846, to Charles Edward Lester. Expertly laid in to a larger sheet, else fine."On my return to this City I received yours of the 14th Instant & now hasten to give it an answer. I regret to say that The Courier[']s passport for England for the Packet of the first had been promised; but it affords me pleasure to transmit you one for France. You will be good enough to call on W. Hubbard the Despatch [sic] agent at Boston, who will deliver you the Despatches. You are doubtless aware that the Department pays nothing for the service."The recipient, Charles Edward Lester (1815-1890) was a Connecticut-born author and diplomat. Also an attorney and Presbyterian minister, he was a strong abolitionist who spoke before anti-slavery meetings in Massachusetts in 1840. The same year he was elected a delegate to the London anti-slavery conference. In 1842, John Tyler, appointed him U.S. Consul at Genoa.From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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1900s-90s AUTOGRAPHED LETTERS & MULTIPLE CORRESPONDENCES; ST. LOUIS INTEREST

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May 13, 2016, 11:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: Selection of signed letters w/covers & more. Highlights include: 1905 Department of State 'visa' ('...safely and freely pass') for Florence Gottshalk, signed by Secretary of State John Hay (handstamped signature), document separated at folds; 4 handwritten letters (1927-34) signed Emily Greene Balch (1867-1961) central leader Women's International League for Peace & Freedom for which she was awarded 1946 Nobel Peace Prize; 1931 typed letter from Hull House signed by Jane Addams plus telegram from Jane Addams; 1939 handwritten note signed 'Marley' (Lord Marley 1884-1952) with enclosures; 1941 handwritten letter signed J. Huttun Hynd (1933-50) leader of St. Louis Ethical Society; 1984 signed handwritten letter from Carlos Fuentes (1928-2012) well known Mexican novelist & essayist, mentions going to Mexico City to receive 1984 Mexican National Prize for Arts & Sciences; 1997 typed airletter signed 'Martha' (Martha Gellhorn 1908-98) American novelist, travel writer & journalist. ALSO: reproduced photo of 1890 Harvard Football Team (National Champions), with players identified on reverse; B & W photo (torn, repaired) of unidentified football team; 1947 typed letter from Sweden signed by 3 prominent scientists, Ake Akerland, Gosta Forssell & Elis Berven. Interesting group. Except as noted, fine to very fine. Some covers roughly opened.

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Future Vice President George M. Dallas ALS re a navy appointment

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May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: George M. Dallas recommends a fourteen year-old Philadelphian for a midshipman's appointment in the Navy GEORGE M. DALLAS (1792-1864) Autograph Letter Signed, "G. M. Dallas," 1 page, 7.75" x 9.25" Philadelphia, May 16, 1840, addressed in his hand on the verso to "James K. Paulding, Secretary of the Navy, Washington." Trimmed at left and bottom margins, partly laid in to a larger sheet, expected folds, moderate foxing and toning, else very good. Dallas writes, in full: "A young son of my old friend Alexander W. Reed, of the county of Philadelphia, is desirous of entering the naval service, and I am requested to recommend him to your consideration. He is about fourteen years of age, active, intelligent, and enterprising. His father and brother are among our most respected citizens, as are his friends generally. He will give much gratification to a numerous body of citizens if young Alexander W. Reed receives the appointment of midshipman. "From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2).Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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DICKENS, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to editor of the Sun Charles Kent (

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: "I HAVE BEEN CONSTANTLY AFFLICTED WITH A REVOLVING NIGHTMARE" DICKENS, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to editor of the Sun Charles Kent ("My Dear Kent"), thanking for sending a cigar case, complaining of backlogged work and the nightmares it has caused, and promising to send [John Brougham's play, 1863] The Duke's Motto. 1 page, 8vo, "Office of All the Year Round" stationery, with integral blank, folds; faint scattered soiling. London, 22 May 1868

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John Elway framed auto photo

by J Sugarman Auction

May 1, 2016, 2:00 PM EST

Akron, OH, USA

Description: This is a signed / autographed 16x20 color photo framed. It has been signed by former Denver Broncos legendary quarterback John Elway. It has been certified and authenticated by Authenticated Ink (AI) #J501815. http://authenticatedsignedink.com/

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“Clarence Thomas” (3) Autographed pieces. Letter, Photo, and FDC. LOA from JSA

by Fusco Auctions

May 20, 2016, 5:30 PM EST

Willoughby, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $500

Description: “Clarence Thomas” (3) Autographed pieces. Letter, Photo, and FDC. LOA from JSA: A really nice group of 3 signatures from the Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. A FDC cover, A letter and photo all signed by him. Comes with LOA from JSA.

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ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Autograph Letter Signed,

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Autograph Letter Signed, "C.A. Arthur," to his brother-in-law, John E. McElroy, offering to arrange passage on a ship for [his wife's uncle] Dr. [Brodie Strachan] Herndon. With note written by C.A. Arthur III dating the letter, on the terminal page, in pencil. 3 pages, 8vo, written on a folded sheet; some cockling along outer edge of terminal leaf. Signature written vertically and partially over text. (TFC) New York, 2 May [1878]

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President Andrew Johnsons autograph on petition re Alabama timber agent

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $800

Description: Andrew Johnson signs a petition supporting a "timber agent for the Southern District of Alabama..."ANDREW JOHNSON (1808-1875) Document Signed, "Andrew Johnson," together with twenty-six others, 2 pages, 7.75" x 9.75", [n.p., n.d.], a petition recommending a man to serve as timber agent for the Southern District of Alabama. Expertly laid-in to a larger sheet, a few stray colored pencil marks, expected folds, else very fine.The text of the petition reads, in full: "The undersigned beg leave respectfully to recommend Mr. Oliver Towles for appointment as timber agent for the Southern District of Alabama Mr. Towles has always been a most thorough efficient, working Democrat, & has never held an office or sought one before. He is amply qualified & is possessed of the active energetic habits so necessary in a post like that he seeks- We therefore request his appointment."From the library of John Augustin Daly (1838-1899). Daly, one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century American theater, worked as a critic, manager, playwright and stage director. At the time of his death, he owned two major theaters, one in New York and the other in London. Daly is considered personally responsible for the careers of such acting greats as John Drew Jr. Maurice Barrymore, Fanny Davenport, Maude Adams, Sara Jewett, Isadora Duncan, Tyrone Power, Sr. and many others.Daly was also an avid book lover and collector, amassing an enormous library of books and original manuscripts. That collection was dispersed in an epic, two-week auction at the American Art Association in New York in March 1900. The present letter was part of an extra-illustrated volume, described in the catalog as a "Unique copy, with autograph letters of all the Presidents inserted..." Walter Benjamin, writing in The Collector, described the sale as a "blaze of glory, due to the total having reached nearly $200,000." Benjamin attributed the sale's incredible success to "a small bookseller on 42d street, who appeared at the sale with apparently unlimited cash, and was soon the master of the situation." That "small bookseller," was George D. Smith (d. 1920), who, up until that time, had been an obscure and unsuccessful book dealer who began his career in 1883 with Dodd & Mead. Smith would dominate the market for the next two decades, working as an agent for some of the wealthiest collectors in the country—most notably Henry E. Huntington, for whom Smith purchased a portion of the Duke of Devonshire Library in 1914 for $1.5 million (American Art Association, Catalogue of the Valuable Literary and Art Property Gathered by the Late Augustin Daly, New York, 1900; The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2; Publisher's Weekly, March 13, 1920, 801; Ibid, March 21, 1914, 1008; "Geo. D. Smith Dies in HIs Book Store, New York Times, March 5, 1928, 13).The extra-illustrated volume of presidents from which this piece derives fetched $850, nearly four times above the going rate for presidential sets at the time. According to Walter Benjamin, Smith quickly resold the volume for $1,000. The collection did not surface again until it appeared in a minor auction in early 2016. (The Collector, New York, May 1900, 1-2)Provenance: John Augustin Daly; American Art Association, New York, March 19, 1900, Lot 3122; George D. Smith, New York.

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Blank Ship's Passport Signed by John Quincy Adams & James Monroe

by University Archives

May 19, 2016, 10:30 AM EST

Westport, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Ship's Passport signed in full by the 5th and 6th U.S. Presidents, James Monroe and John Quincy AdamsJAMES MONROE (1758-1831) JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (1767-1848) Party Printed Document Signed "James Monroe" as President and "John Quincy Adams" as Secretary of State, 1p, 10" x 13.75", Washington, no date, but 1817-1825 . Scalloped top edge. Ships Papers signed in blank, not filled in. On vellum. Since this document was never issued, the seal was evidentially removed by the Collector of the Port. Two heavy horizontal folds ,other folds, one passing vertically through first "o" in Pres. Monroe's dark signature. Two vignettes at top center, one depicting a clipper ship, the other, beneath it, a seascape with lighthouse near a town with numerous ships pictured. Fine condition.This document was signed in blank in Washington, D.C., by President Monroe and Secretary of State Adams to be sent to a United States port to be filled out, signed, and issued from there by the Collector of the Port. The Collector, or an assistant, would fill in the name of the ship and all the required information.John Quincy Adams was James Monroe's only Secretary of State, serving from 1817 until 1825 when he succeeded Madison as President. It is probable that when Ships Papers signed in blank by Monroe's and Adams' successors, John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay, reached a Collector, he put aside the blank Monroe/Adams Ships Papers and replaced them with the newly signed Adams/Clay documents, although the previously signed ones could also have been legally used.In full, "By the President of the United States of America Suffer the ____ master or commander of the burthen of ____ tons or thereabouts mounted with ____ guns navigated with ____ men To Pass with her ____ Company Passengers Goods and Merchandize without any hindrance seisure or molestation the said ____ appearing by good testimony to belong to one or more of the Citizens of the United States and to him or them only. Given uner my Hand and the Seal of the United Stares of America the ____ day of ____ in the yrar of our Lord ____ thousand ____ hundred and ____ James Monroe By the President John Quincy Adams Secretary of State. State of ____ District of ____. Countersigned by ____. To all Persons whom, these ay concern."

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BUCHANAN, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed, to his publishers D. Appleton & Company (

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: HIS SELF-JUSTIFYING BOOK: "WILL DOUBTLESS ENCOUNTER VIOLENT ASSAULTS" BUCHANAN, JAMES. Autograph Letter Signed, to his publishers D. Appleton & Company ("Gentlemen"), alerting them that he would send the manuscript of his book and requesting suggestions for a title. 1 page, small 4to; three punctures at middle left and center and right (without loss), folds, docketing verso. (TFC) Wheatland, 29 June 1865

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DREISER, THEODORE. The

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May 18, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $350 - $500

Description: DREISER, THEODORE. The "Genius." 8vo, original red cloth with gold cover band, unevenly browned, spine darkened with tips rubbed; hinges cracked; cloth chemise and 1/4 gilt-lettered morocco slipcase, some wear. New York: John Lane Company, (1915)

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(AVIATORS.) EARHART, AMELIA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “Amelia M. Earhart,” to Jørgen Neegaard:

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: (AVIATORS.) EARHART, AMELIA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, "Amelia M. Earhart," to Jørgen Neegaard: "I hope your coming here will inspire some of our boys to visit Denmark." 1 page, 8vo, "Hotel Seymour" stationery, with integral blank; minor scattered creases. New York, nd

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(SCIENTISTS.) TESLA, NIKOLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, “N Tesla,” to “Carl,” in pencil:

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: (SCIENTISTS.) TESLA, NIKOLA. Brief Autograph Letter Signed, "N Tesla," to "Carl," in pencil: "This is to wish you a Happy New Year." 1 page, small 8vo, with integral blank, "Hotel New Yorker" stationery; horizontal fold. New York, 31 December 1940

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ADAMS, SAMUEL. Partly-printed Document Signed, as Governor of Massachusetts, appointing Benjamin Willis, Jr.,

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: ADAMS, SAMUEL. Partly-printed Document Signed, as Governor of Massachusetts, appointing Benjamin Willis, Jr., Lieutenant of a Company in the Third Regiment of the First Brigade. Countersigned by Secretary John Avery, Jr. 12 1/4x15 1/4 inches; brittling overall, loss to fold intersections repaired verso with paper, hinged to mat. sold as is. [Boston], 31 March 1795

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AUTOGRAPH ALBUM: An autograph album containing over 20 signa

by International Autograph Auctions

May 7, 2016, 12:00 PM GMT

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £80 - £100

Description: AUTOGRAPH ALBUM: An autograph album containing over 20 signatures by various actors, actresses and entertainers including Diana Dors, Guy Middleton, Richard Attenborough, Sheila Sim, John McCallum, Paul Lukas, Joan Greenwood, John Mills, Betty Driver, Eric Portman, Ann Todd, Margaret Leighton, Billy Eckstine etc. A few of the pages are multiple signed and many are neatly annotated in ink in the hand of a collector. About VG

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White Sox signed FS helmet

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May 1, 2016, 2:00 PM EST

Akron, OH, USA

Description: This is a signed / autographed Chicago White Sox full size batting helmet. This has been signed by members of the Chicago White Sox baseball club. Signatures include: Jose Abreu, Adam Eaton, Chris Sale, David Robertson and Carlos Rondon and others. This has been certified and authenticated by Authenticated Ink (AI) #J507702. http://authenticatedsignedink.com/

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SOUSA, JOHN PHILIP. Photograph Signed, with an Autograph Musical Quotation.

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: SOUSA, JOHN PHILIP. Photograph Signed, with an Autograph Musical Quotation. The photograph, bust portrait showing him in band leader uniform. The quotation, 4 bars from an unknown work. Inscribed in the image, vertically at upper right. 5 1/2x4 inches; mounted to a larger sheet; framed. Np, nd

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Autographs - Actors, 15 signed mounted photographs including Bob Hope, Joseph Cotton, Mickey Rooney, Peter O'Toole, Edward Fox, John Gielgud & others (15)

by Ewbank's

May 12, 2016, 12:00 PM BST

Woking, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £60 - £90

Description: Autographs - Actors, 15 signed mounted photographs including Bob Hope, Joseph Cotton, Mickey Rooney, Peter O'Toole, Edward Fox, John Gielgud & others (15)

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MARTINU, BOHUSLAV. Autograph Musical Quotation, with an Autograph Letter Signed,

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: MARTINU, BOHUSLAV. Autograph Musical Quotation, with an Autograph Letter Signed, "B. Martinu." The quotation, four bars from an unknown work, with a holograph "Allegro" above. The letter, to "Mr. Ronen[?]," promising to send a photo. 1 page, 8to; horizontal folds, upper left corner creased. Np, August 1943

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DICKENS, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed,

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May 5, 2016, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: DICKENS, CHARLES. Autograph Letter Signed, to Messrs George Head and Co., ordering four tons of coal. 1 page, 12mo, "All the Year Round" stationery, with integral blank; faint offsetting, horizontal fold. (MRS) London, 31 January 1861

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John F. Kennedy Signed Letter

by Christiana Auction Gallery

May 12, 2016, 6:00 PM EST

NEWARK, DE, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Letter signed in ink by John F. Kennedy regarding a deathAdditionally, an addressed envelope, and a symphony card written in pencil from Jacqueline Kennedy to Mr. and Mrs. Regis Kennedy regarding the death of her father

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“John Glenn”  Autographed 8 x 10 photograph LOA from JSA

by Fusco Auctions

May 20, 2016, 5:30 PM EST

Willoughby, OH, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $500

Description: “John Glenn” Autographed 8 x 10 photograph LOA from JSA: Nice bold signature of the famed astronaut and US Senator from Ohio. Signed on an 8 x 10 photo. Comes with a LOA from JSA.

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- Dame Barbara Cartland signed 6 x 4 photo and typed signed letter fixed t

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

May 6, 2016, 10:00 AM BST

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £5 - £10

Description: - Dame Barbara Cartland signed 6 x 4 photo and typed signed letter fixed to A4 page. Autographs Excellent, a few tape marks to reverse. Good condition. All signed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity and can be shipped worldwide.

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President JFK Correspondence Letters

by Christiana Auction Gallery

May 12, 2016, 6:00 PM EST

NEWARK, DE, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Letters written to John F. Kennedy from his sister (4 pages)

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John Harbaugh auto photo

by J Sugarman Auction

May 1, 2016, 2:00 PM EST

Akron, OH, USA

Description: This is a signed / autographed 11x14 photo, this has been professionally framed and matted. This has been signed by Baltimore Ravens susperstar coach John Harbaugh. The photo depicts John Harbaugh holding the Super Bowl trophy. This has been certified and authenticated by Global Authentics LLC (GA) #GV710676. https://www.globalauthentics.com/certcheck/main.asp

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