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Glimpses of Indian Autographs

Glimpses of Indian Autographs

Book by Praful Thakkar I.A.S. (Retd.)

This is the first of its kind book that gives glimpses of the autographs of eminent Indian personalities of various fields. The book contains around 600 autographs in 8 major groups which are further divided in 42 different categories.
Great Forgers and Famous Fakes

Great Forgers and Famous Fakes

the manuscript forgers of America and how they duped the experts, illustrated. 1996, New York

Gettysburg Replies, The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

Gettysburg Replies, The World Responds to Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

Almost five months after the Civil War’s deadliest clash, President Abraham Lincoln and other Union leaders gathered to dedicate the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The program for the occasion featured music, prayer, orations, and benedictions. In the middle of it all, the president gave a few commemorative remarks, speaking for just two minutes, delivering what we now know as the Gettysburg Address.
George Orwell: A Life in Letters

George Orwell: A Life in Letters

George Orwell never wrote an autobiography. He hardly needed to. Following last year’s publication of his diary, this year’s collection of his letters completes the chronicle. A powerful, prolific correspondent, he shared the details of his personal life as he shaped the minds of a generation of writers and intellectuals. His letters show the thinking that led to 1984, explain the parable of Animal Farm, and describe his losing battle with tuberculosis. 





Gerald R. Ford Autograph Signature Study, 1st edition

Gerald R. Ford Autograph Signature Study, 1st edition

Gerald R. Ford. Gerald R. Ford IACC/DA Concise Autograph Study by Stephen Koschal. First Edition, March 1998. Twelve pages fully illustrated. A study w you will learn what you need to know about the signature of Gerald R. Ford.