A first pressing of the 1963 album With the Beatles, signed by all four members of the group, a two-page letter written around 1895 by French artist Paul Gauguin and an Apollo 11 lunar color photo signed by all three astronauts are three top lots.
A letter handwritten and signed by George Washington, a Walt Disney twice-signed stock certificate, JFK's official schedule from the day of his assassination in 1963 and an Apollo 11 lunar landing photo signed by Neil Armstrong are a few top lots.
A letter typed in English and signed by Albert Einstein in which he talks about his theory of universal gravitation and a document signed in 1776 by John Hancock having to do with taxation without representation are just two expected top lots.
Collectors of early American history, science and technology and Civil War memorabilia will want to mark their calendars for Wednesday, May 15th, when those popular categories and many others will be featured in University Archives' next auction.
Anyone looking to start, add to or complete their collection of signers of the Declaration of Independence will have that opportunity in University Archives' next online-only auction, set for Wednesday, May 15th, starting at 10:30 am Eastern time.
Historically important letters handwritten and signed by U.S. President Thomas Jefferson, Confederate States President Jefferson Davis and legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett, plus a rare patent assignment document signed by Albert Einstein.
A signed copy of Franklin D. Roosevelt's first book, a newly discovered handwritten and signed letter by Alexander Hamilton, and a typewritten letter by J. Robert Oppenheimer regarding the development of the atomic bomb are a few top lots.
Bob Dylan's signed, handwritten lyrics to Like a Rolling Stone, items relating to the recently deceased former President George H.W. Bush, plus rare, collectible items pertaining to Washington, Lincoln and others will be sold January 23rd online.
A rare, 1785 hand-colored portrait engraving of George Washington, printed for and sold by the London publisher Carington Bowles (British, 1724-1793), will be a featured lot in University Archives' next online-only auction, slated for October 31st.
A superb John Hancock signed manuscript from 1783 in remarkable condition, plus items pertaining to other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Judaica, JFK and family, Rev War, U.S. presidents, Napoleon and others.
Important, historical items signed by Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln and Marilyn Monroe are just part of the selection of autographed documents, books, manuscripts and relics set to come up for bid in University Archives' Aug. 22 online auction.
With politics so much in the news, it's fitting that University Archives' online auction slated for June 20th is packed with presidential memorabilia – items from all the past U.S. Presidents, in fact. The auction will start at 10:30 am EDT.
A Betamax cassette with Apple Computer's first (and now-famous) TV commercial that aired during Super Bowl XVIII in 1984, and a large photo of Albert Einstein signed, dated and inscribed by the legendary physicist will be auctioned online, May 8th.
An extensive archive of material pertaining to the 1976 hijacking of Air France flight 139 from Tel-Aviv, Israel to Paris, a story so big it was the inspiration for five movies, including one in theaters now titled 7 Days in Entebbe, will be sold.
Rare and fascinating archives of material pertaining to Albert Einstein and Gen. George Armstrong Custer's wife Elizabeth, plus others, will come up for bid in an online-only auction of autographed documents, manuscripts, books and relics.
Former United States presidents and their wives will take center stage in University Archives' online-only auction of autographs, books and relics slated for Wednesday, January 17th, at 10:30 am Eastern time. The full catalog is up and online now.
A baseball bat signed by both Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron, a baseball signed by Jackie Robinson, the life raft from Francis Gary Powers's downed U-2 spy plane and several pieces of dishware from Ronald and Nancy Reagan will all come up for bid Dec. 6.