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Old August 23rd 08, 12:40 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
Sue H
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Niiice.... Presidency stuff (signed while in office) is always more
valuable I think.


On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 17:40:05 -0700, "Tony Evans"
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"KC" wrote in message
tel...
Just a rough estimate, what the single most valuable autograph?



Probably a letter signed by Lincoln as president.
Also have Washington and Jefferson signed letter and document.


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Old August 23rd 08, 01:37 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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wrote in message I've never checked any values, but
I have a stack of signed 8x10's of
Charles Schulz, of Peanuts fame. I'm sure they are worth something !!

they're worth about $300 apiece


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Old August 23rd 08, 01:40 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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"KC" wrote in message
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Just a rough estimate, what the single most valuable autograph?



Probably a letter signed by Lincoln as president.
Also have Washington and Jefferson signed letter and document.


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Old August 23rd 08, 07:50 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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The Beatles "A Hard Day's Night" 1964 - UAL 3366 album w/ vinyl signed
on the front by all 4 - very good condition...2 of the signatures have
small smudges - signed in black ball point. I've had estimates from
several collectors and dealers the past several years that range
anywhere from $5000 to $30,000. I'm not selling it but I needed to
insure.
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Old August 23rd 08, 08:33 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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"Gummby3" wrote in message
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Just a reminder for any possible new collectors reading, there is a
difference between book value and actual value (i.e.: what the next
person is willing to pay for it).


Just a reminder for the uneducated. Recent eBay history shows that
collectors are only willing to pay about $300 for a Schulz signed 8X10.
Book value on them is significantly higher than that....around $500


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Old August 23rd 08, 05:29 PM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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"stricklercelebs" wrote in anywhere from $5000
to $30,000. I'm not selling it but I needed to
insure.


ask Mike Aring what its true value is. He's supposed to be an expert on
everything autographs.


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Old November 2nd 15, 06:18 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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selling AUTOGRAPH on First Day Cover of Presidents of India -DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD DR SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN DR. V. V. Giri & Mother Teresa

DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD ; (3 December 1884 - 28 February 1963) was the first President of the Republic of India. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1962, the nation's highest civilian award.
price of one FDC as follows:

DR SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN (1888-1975) wife: Sivakamu (1904 - 1956) spouse: Sarvepalli Gopal (son) was one of the most erudite of Hindu scholars of all times. He was at once a philosopher, author, statesman and educationalist and India celebrates his birthday - the 5th of September - as "Teacher's Day" every year.- who was the first Vice President of India and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.
Prize: Bharat Ratna (1954) Templeton Prize (1975) Peace Prize of the German Book Trade (1961) Order of Merit (1963)
Elected: President of India (1962 - 1967)
price of one FDC as follows:

DR. V. V. Giri was the fourth President of the Republic of India from 24 August 1969 to 24 August 1974. Appointed India's High Commissioner to Ceylon in 1947, Giri became aMember of Parliament in 1951 and served as Union Minister for Labour underPrime Minister Nehru during 1952-1954.Giri was honoured with India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, in 1975 for his contributions in the area of public affairs.A commemorative postage stamp on V. V. Giri was released by the Indian Posts and Telegraphs Department in 1974. Commemorative Medal of the 2500th Anniversary of the founding of the Persian Empire (14/10/1971). King Jigme Singye Investiture Medal (Kingdom of Bhutan, 02/06/1974).
price of one FDC as follows:

Mother Teresa-Autographed Mother Teresa And Noble Prize.
First-day-cover an important rarities, genuine collections at very attractive prices. Mother Teresa was for sure a magnificent woman, deeply missed by the world! A wonderful collectible piece!

First Day Cover - (FDC) A sealed Indian first-day cover celebrating Mother Teresa being awarded the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize, postmarked Loreto House, Calcutta, 27-8-80. Clearly signed in blue ink "God bless you, Mother Teresa". Overall approx. 100x175mm. Very rare in this signed state.

Mother Teresa-Born:27th August 1910 Died:5th September 1997 Birth Place: Uskub, Ottoman Empire. Was internationally known for her charitable work among the victims of poverty. In 1950 founded the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a congregation of women dedicated to the poor.
Find out price of one FDC as follows:
Teresa FDMotherC 1980=525$=34324/-(1$=65.38)

Dr. V. V. Giri FDC 1974 =1025$= 67014/-

Dr. Radhakrishnan 1967 =1440$=94089/-

Dr. Rajendra Prasad 1962=1855$=121205/-

Thanks & Regards, If interested pls contact at

PRASHANT KUMAR SANCHETI

1920, WRIGHT TOWN, NEAR PREM MANDIR,

IN FRONT OF DR. MUKHERJEE'S HOSPITAL,

JABALPUR MADHYA PRADESH 482002

INDIA

Mob:918962603121


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Old November 2nd 15, 06:25 AM posted to alt.collecting.autographs
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selling AUTOGRAPH on First Day Cover of Presidents of India -DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD DR SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN DR. V. V. Giri & Mother Teresa Just a rough estimate, what the single most valuable autograph?

DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD ; (3 December 1884 - 28 February 1963) was the first President of the Republic of India. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1962, the nation's highest civilian award.
Dr. Rajendra Prasad 1962=1855$=121205/-

DR SARVEPALLI RADHAKRISHNAN (1888-1975) wife: Sivakamu (1904 - 1956) spouse: Sarvepalli Gopal (son) was one of the most erudite of Hindu scholars of all times. He was at once a philosopher, author, statesman and educationalist and India celebrates his birthday - the 5th of September - as "Teacher's Day" every year.- who was the first Vice President of India and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.
Prize: Bharat Ratna (1954) Templeton Prize (1975) Peace Prize of the German Book Trade (1961) Order of Merit (1963)
Elected: President of India (1962 - 1967)
Dr. Radhakrishnan 1967 =1440$=94089/-

DR. V. V. Giri was the fourth President of the Republic of India from 24 August 1969 to 24 August 1974. Appointed India's High Commissioner to Ceylon in 1947, Giri became aMember of Parliament in 1951 and served as Union Minister for Labour underPrime Minister Nehru during 1952-1954.Giri was honoured with India's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, in 1975 for his contributions in the area of public affairs.A commemorative postage stamp on V. V. Giri was released by the Indian Posts and Telegraphs Department in 1974. Commemorative Medal of the 2500th Anniversary of the founding of the Persian Empire (14/10/1971). King Jigme Singye Investiture Medal (Kingdom of Bhutan, 02/06/1974).
Dr. V. V. Giri FDC 1974 =1025$= 67014/-


Mother Teresa-Autographed Mother Teresa And Noble Prize.
First-day-cover an important rarities, genuine collections at very attractive prices. Mother Teresa was for sure a magnificent woman, deeply missed by the world! A wonderful collectible piece!

First Day Cover - (FDC) A sealed Indian first-day cover celebrating Mother Teresa being awarded the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize, postmarked Loreto House, Calcutta, 27-8-80. Clearly signed in blue ink "God bless you, Mother Teresa". Overall approx. 100x175mm. Very rare in this signed state.

Mother Teresa-Born:27th August 1910 Died:5th September 1997 Birth Place: Uskub, Ottoman Empire. Was internationally known for her charitable work among the victims of poverty. In 1950 founded the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, a congregation of women dedicated to the poor.
Find out price of one FDC as follows:
Mother Teresa FDC 1980=525$=34324/-(1$=65.38)

Dr. V. V. Giri FDC 1974 =1025$= 67014/-

Dr. Radhakrishnan 1967 =1440$=94089/-

Dr. Rajendra Prasad 1962=1855$=121205/-

Thanks & Regards, If interested pls contact at

PRASHANT KUMAR SANCHETI

1920, WRIGHT TOWN, NEAR PREM MANDIR,

IN FRONT OF DR. MUKHERJEE'S HOSPITAL,

JABALPUR MADHYA PRADESH 482002

INDIA

Mob:918962603121


 




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