RR Autograph Auction

Every month we offer collectors more than 1,250 quality, fully guaranteed signed items, including photos, documents, letters, and books from a variety of categories—just as we have for more than 30 years.

Each autographed item is accompanied by a full 100% lifetime guarantee of authenticity. We proudly employ not only well-respected, in-house experts to examine every item sent to us, but coordinate with third-party authenticators in various fields including Civil War-era notables, classical and contemporary music, historical figures, sports figures, and space explorers to confirm our opinions. Read more about them here.

Every month, all items are beautifully presented in a full-color catalog, with many full-page displays and numerous benefiting from detailed research descriptions. When you are an RRAuction registered bidder, you will also have access to our company’s auction archives.

You may rest assured that every consignment—and every consignor—is treated with ultimate respect. As soon as you ship us your item, that piece is covered by our own insurance, so there’s no need for you to worry about any extra cost. We offer competitive rates and fast consignor pay-offs.

When you’re an RR Autograph Auction client, you can always buy and sell with the confidence…a confidence that 30 years of experience and customer satisfaction brings with it. Entrust your autographs to professionals who have built a reputation to deliver consistently remarkable results!

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Posted by on June 19, 2012 in RR Autograph Auction


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Bruce Lee Letter and membership card

Autograph letter, with signature and lower edge cut off and not present, one page, 8.25 x 10, on colorful Jeet Kune Do letterhead, no date, but September 1966. Lee writes to his prized student Taky Kimura. In full: “Thank you very much for letter plus dues. The first national rating of ‘Green Hornet’ was indeed not good; however, ABC and the Greenway Production are not too worry about it. The main reason of such low rating is due to the fact that Friday nites audiences are like half of the rest of the other days. Tuesday has the highest rate of viewers. When the national rating was set up, our low percentage of viewers was not considered.

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Posted by on April 30, 2015 in Bruce Lee


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Laurel and Hardy Signed Oversized Portrait

Fantastic matte-finish 14 x 11 photo of the pair posing side-by-side in their bowler hats, signed and inscribed vertically in fountain pen, “With our best wishes Miss Vogel! Stan Laurel 1932” and “Oliver Hardy.” Reverse bears a Stax photographer’s stamp. In fine condition, with a few trivial edge dings and a couple small creases to lower left. An uncommonly large, crystal-clear image of the classic stars. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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Posted by on April 28, 2015 in Laurel and Hardy


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Mary Todd Lincoln Signed Book The Life of Marie Antoinette

Signed book: The Life of Marie Antoinette. Second edition. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1877. Hardcover, 5.5 x 8, 432 pages. Signed on the half-title page in crisp black ink, “Mary Lincoln, 1878.” A carte-de-visite portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln has also been affixed to the first free end page. Autographic condition: fine. Book condition: G+/None. An extremely rare autograph and marvelous association piece between powerful women.


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Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army Percussion Revolver

Serial number 108721, made in 1863, caliber .44 with an 8″ round barrel having a dark bore with very good rifling. This is a standard revolver as procured for the Union and has several small inspectors’ initials on the metal. The one-piece walnut grip is sound and shows wear, with small handling marks and tiny dings on the butt, and a faint outline of a government inspector’s cartouche on the left side. All of the steel surfaces have an even dark patina with very good factory lettering, only the “Patent” marking on the frame is a little light at the bottom. The cylinder retains about 50% of the naval engagement scene with several small dings, all of the safety pins are worn flat as is common. The brass triggerguard has an ocher patina. All of the serial numbers match on the metal with the wedge being a later replacement. The mechanism works properly. This is a nice example of a Colt Civil War Army revolver and as an antique gun it will transfer without any restrictions.

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Posted by on April 25, 2015 in Civil War


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Beatles vintage 1968 fountain pen signatures

Fantastic vintage 1968 fountain pen signatures, “John Lennon,” “Paul McCartney,” and “George Harrison,” on an off-white 5.25 x 3.75 album page, and a felt tip signature, “Love, Ringo Starr,” on a second album page. Central vertical and horizontal folds and light soiling to the page with three signatures, and scattered soiling to the Ringo page, otherwise fine condition

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Posted by on April 24, 2015 in Beatles


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Wally Schirra’s NASA ID Badge

Schirra’s laminated NASA identification badge for the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, 2.5 x 3.75, circa 1978, featuring an image of him with text below reading, “Schirra, Astronaut.” Two areas on the reverse are filled out in type with his badge number, “A-030,” and name, “Walter J. Schirra, Jr.” Reverse is also stamped with the signature of a security officer at the bottom. In the lower margin the badge is identified as: “JSC Form 334A (June 78).” In fine condition, with expected wear from use. The Leon Ford Collection.

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Posted by on April 23, 2015 in Wally Schirra


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Jim McDivitt’s Apollo 9 Flown Necklace

Flown sterling silver Jewish necklace carried into space on the Apollo 9 mission, with a .75″ mezuzah charm suspended from the 23″ long chain. In fine condition. Accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity from McDivitt, in full: “I certify that this silver Mezuzah necklace was flown onboard Apollo 9 on her flight in March, 1969. It is from my personal collection.” The mezuzah is a parchment inscribed with Hebrew verses from the Torah and contained in a decorative case. While this case is sealed and thus not possible to verify the contents, it would traditionally hold the rolled piece of parchment with the verses of the Shema prayer. The mezuzah is affixed to the doorframe of Jewish homes in order to fulfill the mitzvah, or Biblical commandment, to have the prayer on the doorpost of the house. There were no Jewish astronauts on Apollo, and as far as we can ascertain this is the only known Jewish religious artifact ever to fly on an Apollo mission. A truly remarkable and stunning piece.

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Posted by on April 23, 2015 in Jim McDivitt


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