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Rare fully signed Odeon 'She Loves You' EP, Uncommon Odeon French pressing of the 45 RPM 'She Loves You' EP, which includes: 'Do You Want to Know a Secret,' 'Twist and Shout,' and 'A Taste of Honey.' Signed on the front cover in black felt tip by Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and John Lennon. In very good condition, with light scuffing, creasing, and edge wear; the back of the sleeve has an affixed piece of styrofoam which at one time was used to mount the included vinyl (which has corresponding mounting remnants and paper loss to the label). The record is included. Consignor notes that the signatures were obtained by a Parisian fan when she and her husband met the band after a concert at the Olympia Theatre in January 1964. Signed EPs from the Beatles are far rarer than signed LP covers—according to expert Frank Caiazzo, to date, there have been fewer than ten authentically signed Beatles EPs brought to light. An extremely scarce offering of the utmost desirability. Read more
- Low estimate
- 12 000 GBP
Custer's native scout during the Sioux Wars, Ashishishe, known as Curly, (1856–1923), was a Crow scout in the United States Army during the Sioux Wars. He was one of the few survivors on the United States side at the Battle of Little Bighorn, and was the first to report the defeat of the 7th Cavalry Regiment. Rare 4.25 x 6.5 cabinet photo of the Crow scout in an impressive full-length pose, with caption along the bottom border, "Curley, General Custer's Scout and only survivor of that horrible massacre." Published by D. F. Barry. In fine condition, with light soiling to the borders and some surface loss to the reverse edges. Read more
- Low estimate
- 640 GBP
Rare 1780 Revolutionary document, Peale orders payment for nails used to renovate Independence Hall, American painter and naturalist (1741–1827), known for his portraits of George Washington. He collaborated with Jefferson on the polygraph, and his keen interest in natural history led him to found the Philadelphia Museum, later renamed the Peale Museum. Revolutionary War–dated manuscript DS, signed “Chas. W. Peale,” as one of three members of the Committee of Assembly, one page, 7 x 3.25, January 29, 1780. In full, “Please to pay unto Mr. Jacob Greiner the Sum of Four Hundred and Seventy eight pound, Seven Shillings & Six pence, for Nails Used on the Stadt House and public Stables.” Signed at the conclusion by Peale, and also signed by committee members William Hollinshead and Jacob Schreiner. In very good condition, with intersecting folds (horizontal fold affecting tops of a few letters of signature), rough vertical edges, scattered toning (a vertical strip passing through the signature), and reinforcement along top edge on reverse. In 1730, the Pennsylvania General Assembly appointed a committee to direct the expenditure of £2,000 on a new “Stadt house.” During the Revolutionary War, the State House, which became known as Independence Hall, shared space with the Continental Congress and required renovations to accommodate both congressional members and members of State Assembly; to make the necessary alterations the assembly ordered supplies, including nails. Peale was just establishing himself as a major portrait painter in 1776 when he relocated from Maryland to Pennsylvania. A staunch patriot, he was elected to the State Assembly in 1779. The nails for which Peale requested £428 from Pennsylvania Treasurer Rittenhouse to pay Greiner were doubtlessly used during the renovation and repair of the State House. Peale's autograph is the rarest of the major American artists, particularly made desirable here with its association to Independence Hall and the Revolutionary War. Read more
- Low estimate
- 1 800 GBP
Bronze "Hockey Sur Glace" winner's medal from the 1968 Grenoble Games, Winner’s medal issued for the Grenoble 1968 Winter Olympics. Bronze, 62 mm, 116 gm, by Roger Excoffon, Paris. The front features the Olympic rings with Grenoble emblem, and is inscribed, “Xemes Jeux Olympiques D’Hiver, Grenoble 1968"; the reverse identifies the sport as ice hockey, “Hockey Sur Glace,” and depicts a hockey player with stick. Complete with original colorful ribbon and black leather case by Monnaie de Paris. The men's ice hockey tournament was the 11th Olympic Championship, and also served as the 35th World Championships and the 46th European Championships. Placing behind the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia, team Canada took home the bronze medal, the country's record tenth Olympic medal in the sport. The Grenoble winner’s medals were the first to feature a unique design on the reverse for each sport. A scarce example with just 185 bronze medals struck in total. Read more
- Low estimate
- 5 600 GBP
"Yes we can!"—signed during the heated 2012 campaign, Sesame Street children's coloring and puzzle booklet entitled 'Hip Hip Hooray for Dot to Dots, Mazes, and More,' 32 pages, 8 x 10.25, signed on the front cover in black felt tip, "Yes we can! Barack Obama." In fine condition, with a few mild creases to the cover, some irregular ink adhesion to signature, and a PSA/DNA label affixed to the lower corner. Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from PSA/DNA. Signed at a campaign event in Ohio on October 17, 2012, and accompanied by color copies of the event ticket and an image of Obama giving an address. This unusual format relates to the famous campaign controversy that began earlier in October when President Obama's Republican challenger Mitt Romney said he would defund PBS, home to the classic TV show. This evolved into the catchy 'killing Big Bird' trope used to criticize Romney throughout the rest of the campaign. Read more
- Low estimate
- 800 GBP
British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement (1858–1928) who founded the Women's Social and Political Union and helped women win the right to vote. Rare vintage matte-finish 8 x 10 bust-length portrait of Pankhurst by Underwood & Underwood Studios of New York, signed below in fountain pen, "E. Pankhurst." In fine condition, with tiny pin holes to the top and bottom border, and a small crease to the lower right corner tip. The first Pankhurst-signed item we have ever offered. Read more
- Low estimate
- 1 600 GBP
Color satin-finish 20 x 16 photo of Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry, and Keith Richards, signed in felt tip by all three. Also signed on the reverse by Berry in gold ink. In fine condition. Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from REAL. Read more
- Low estimate
- 320 GBP
Ford's multi-signed 1929 sophomore year book, South High School of Grand Rapids Michigan 1929 The Pioneer Annual yearbook, 8 x 10.75, 181 pages, signed inside four times by Ford as a member of the sophomore class in purple ink, "Junie Ford." The signed pages are as follows: on page 85, which pictures Ford as vice president of The Varsity Club; on pages 114 and 115, showing Ford as an "All-City Center" and as a member of the football first team; and on page 126, pictured on the school's track team. Ford can also be viewed in a sophomore class picture on page 62. In fine condition, with expected light handling and cover wear. Read more
Two items: an official participation certificate of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games issued to Jungbin Shin, one page, 8.25 x 11.75, with IOC and Rio logos to upper corners and trilingual text below, reading: "In recognition and appreciation of your contribution to the success of the XXXI Olympiad"; and an official participation medal of the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Alloy copper, 44 x 50, 100 gm. The front features the Rio Games logo above Olympic rings; the reverse bears flowing designs above three rows of raised text, “XXXI Olympiad Rio 2016.” Includes the original presentation holder and slipcase. In overall fine condition. Read more
Color glossy 11 x 14 photo of Cream, signed in black felt tip by Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, and Jack Bruce. In fine condition. Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from REAL. Originally obtained by in-person specialist Mike Wehrmann. Read more
Participation medal issued for the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics. Bronze, 55 mm, 122 gm. The front features the Beijing Games logo over the Bird’s Nest Olympic stadium, with raised Chinese and English text along the top; the reverse bears five Fuwa mascots over gusts of wind and engraved Chinese and English text, “One World One Dream.” Medal is sealed in its original plastic. Complete with its original red presentation case. Read more
Four items: a front cover to the final Apollo 12 flight plan, 8 x 10.5, signed in blue felt tip, "Alan Bean, Apollo XII LMP, 4th moonwalker"; an official color 8 x 10 NASA lithograph of Richard Gordon posing with a Saturn rocket model, signed in black felt tip, "Richard Gordon, Gemini XI"; an official color glossy 10 x 8 NASA photo of Gordon during a Gemini 11 EVA, signed in black felt tip, "Richard Gordon, Gemini XI"; and a postal cover with a stamped Apollo 12 cachet, signed in black ballpoint, "Alan Bean," and in blue ballpoint, "Charles Conrad, Jr." In overall fine condition. Read more
Texas Flood album signed and inscribed in black felt tip by Stevie Ray Vaughan, "To Dick, All My Best, S. R. Vaughan," and by his drummer Chris Layton, "Whipper." In fine condition, with some light creasing and scratching. The record is included. Read more
Sunburst-bodied Epiphone Dot electric guitar, signed on the body in black felt tip by Billy Joel, Celine Dion, and Jon Bon Jovi. In fine condition, with a chip to one edge. Originally obtained by in-person specialist Mike Wehrmann. Read more
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