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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.

Film Autographs 1894-1941

Film Autographs 1894-1941

More than a thousand of signatures of actors

Advanced Autograph Collecting

Advanced Autograph Collecting

Guide line with signatures

Autograph - The Truth About Collecting

Autograph - The Truth About Collecting

It doesn`t have to be real, it just has to be authentic
The Signature of America by Charles Hamilton Look at Famous Handwriting HBDJ

The Signature of America by Charles Hamilton Look at Famous Handwriting HBDJ

Charles Hamilton is the world´s most famous autograph dealer and auctioneer; this book - and he has turned out one fascinating book after another on the subject of philography. But this latest book - his most controversial yet - goes far beyond collecting.

Embellished with about 1500 illustrations -signatures, letters, documents and original drawings- most of them never before published, this fiery passage through America´s past will give you a dramatic, new insight into our national history and culture.

 

Autographs of Indian personalities

Autographs of Indian personalities

The book covers important topics like introduction, what and how to collect autographs, their care and preservation and graphology.

 

The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents

The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents

The Manuscript Society Criteria for Describing Manuscripts and Documents 3 presents standardized abbreviations (codes) and recommends their use. Most of the code letters are not new, but because of the extreme variability in their usage over the years, it became necessary to adopt a more precise set of criteria for all to use. Periods between abbreviations were eliminated (e.g. ALS instead of A.L.S.). Precise dictionary definitions for each code letter were applied (e.g. A = autographed). Autograph is a noun or transitive verb, not an adjective; thus ALS = autographed letter signed, not autograph letter signed).

Autographs of the Ladies, Sailors and Marines of the War between the States

Autographs of the Ladies, Sailors and Marines of the War between the States

Illustrated guide to autographs of women and naval figures of the Civil War by noted collector and dealer Jim Hayes.
Playing Cards Autographed By Magicians: A Collector's Guide

Playing Cards Autographed By Magicians: A Collector's Guide

This 82-page book provides an in-depth look at magic autographs on playing cards.  More than 150 magicians are highlighted, with 192 autograph examples and 109 website links.  There are special chapters on which magicians to collect, where to find them, and how to get their autographs either in-person, or by writing letters.