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The Leonard Bernstein Letters

The Leonard Bernstein Letters

Leonard Bernstein was a charismatic and versatile musician—a brilliant conductor who attained international super-star status, and a gifted composer of Broadway musicals (West Side Story), symphonies (Age of Anxiety), choral works (Chichester Psalms), film scores (On the Waterfront), and much more.
THE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTOR: A NEW GUIDE

THE AUTOGRAPH COLLECTOR: A NEW GUIDE

Circa: 1958
Type: Hard Cover
Publisher: Crown Publishers
Author: Robert Notlep
 

 

Brown cloth and tan paper boards. minor rubbing and wear head and tail of spine on dust jacket which is protected by mylar.

An interesting and informative book for those seeking to begin an autograph collection. Contains 240 pages including index with photographs and facsimile signatures throughout. Author details proper procedures in acquiring autographs, how to protect them and a list of reputable U.S an international autograph dealers and auction houses (very light marginalia).

The Letters of Robert Frost, Volume 1 (1886-1920)

The Letters of Robert Frost, Volume 1 (1886-1920)

One of the acknowledged giants of twentieth-century American literature, Robert Frost was a public figure much celebrated in his day. Although his poetry reached a wide audience, the private Frost—pensive, mercurial, and often very funny—remains less appreciated.
The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series: Volume 11: 19 January to 31 August 1817

The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series: Volume 11: 19 January to 31 August 1817

The 584 documents in this volume cover the period from 19 January to 31 August 1817, during which Jefferson devotes much time and energy to founding Central College, the predecessor of the University of Virginia.
THE BOOK OF AUTOGRAPHS

THE BOOK OF AUTOGRAPHS

The joy and techniques of autograph collecting. Presentation from Hamilton on the free endpaper.

Thomas Jefferson’s Invisible Hand

Thomas Jefferson’s Invisible Hand

This 69 page soft cover booklet belongs in every autograph collector’s library. Certainly, everyone who plans to buy a Jefferson letter should read it.

The First Ladies of the United States

The First Ladies of the United States

The seminal work by Walter Ostromecki, Jr., The First Ladies of the United States:  An Historical Look at Each and Their Autograph Materials 1789-1989 is "an informative tool of historical interest" on autographs and manuscripts on the wives and proxy First Ladies - Includes biographical data.

The Negro Leagues Autograph Guide

The Negro Leagues Autograph Guide

Showcasing two or more signatures from each of the 200-plus key players included, along with biographical information and the estimated value of each autograph, this groundbreaking guide gives collectors the resource they need to evaluate some of the rarest of all sports autographs. 75 photos. 550 facsimile signatures.

The American Antiquarian, The First Ten Issues

The American Antiquarian, The First Ten Issues

A Quarterly Journal devoted to the interests of Collectors of Autographs (1870), Reprinted, 1992

The Educated Collector's Guide to Buying Autographs

Steven Raab: "Knowledge is the key to building a collection that stands the test of time."

Television Star Autographs of the Golden Era 1948-1973

1999, illustrated - Manuscripts, Volume 53

The Autograph Collector Celebrity Autograph, Authentication Guide

The Autograph Collector Celebrity Autograph, Authentication Guide

Over 1,000 authentic examples of vintage and current celebrity autographs.

 

The Official Autograph Collector Price Guide

The Official Autograph Collector Price Guide

Values to Over 14000 Autographs in All Fields