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  • 63538
    Price: $400.00
    Joseph Bonaparte
    Joseph Bonaparte real signature or secretarial signature???
  • 62755
    Price: $500.00
    Jacques Chirac
    Jacques Chirac archive, excellent content relating to election of future French President Georges Pompidou and May 1968
    SOLD for $135.00
  • 24998
    Price: $75,000.00
    Bill Clinton
    The most explosive Presidential scandal archive in private hands: Monica gets one lover, Bill Clinton, to send another lover a letter on White House stationery. This and many letters of Monica as well as relics were Starr exhibits that were used to impeach President Clinton.
  • 38239
    Price: $4,500.00
    Bill Clinton
    A rare Bill Clinton free frank on a mint green White House envelope.
  • 39564
    Price: $5,800.00
    David Ben-Gurion
    Handwritten draft of a speech by David Ben-Gurion ~ " In the battle for Hebrew work, Jewish security and self-defense, woman's equality, working settlements for the gathering of the Diaspora and the absorption of newcomers and finally for the foundation of a state battling those who wanted a dual nation state"
  • 52402
    Price: $3,500.00
    Winston Churchill
    Sir Winston Churchill declines an invitation after suffering a broken leg in the French Riviera.
  • 56149
    Price: $900.00
    Bill Clinton
    Monica Lewinsky’s last listing in the April 1996 White House Telephone Directory – on April 17, 1996, she was transferred to a new job at the Pentagon
  • 57528
    Price: $600.00
    Franklin Roosevelt
    Owned by FDR! Original cartoon artwork depicting President Franklin D. Roosevelt, addressed to Washington, DC, postmarked and delivered to him – from FDR’s own “Bouquets & Brickbrats” collection, exhibited in 1946
  • 58468
    Price: $2,000.00
    Richard Nixon
    Richard Nixon, who opened diplomatic relations between the United States and communist China, congratulates a Republican congressman on sustaining George H. Bush's veto of a bill to protect Chinese exchange students in the United States only six months after the Tiananmen Square Massacre
  • 58533
    Price: $1,250.00
    Richard Nixon
    Richard Nixon correctly predicts a Democratic defeat in the 1966 California governor's race: "If the California Democratic Party fails to purge itself of these radical Left-wing elements, registered Democrats by the thousands will refuse to support the Democratic nominee and will assure an overwhelming Republican victory in 1966." 
  • 58535
    Price: $1,750.00
    Richard Nixon
    Richard Nixon, speaking before The University of Rochester, amid protests against his appearance, denounces historian Eugene Genovese for his vocal support of the Viet Cong rebels: "Any teacher who uses the forum of a university to proclaim that he welcomes victory for the enemy in a shooting war crosses the line between liberty and license. If we are to defend academic freedom from encroachment, we must also defend it from its own excesses." Signed only four years before the Kent State shootings would galvanize the nation against the Vietnam War.
  • 58536
    Price: $4,500.00
    Franklin Roosevelt
    FDR boldly signs a copy of The Democratic Book 1936
  • 58572
    Price: $1,650.00
    Leonid Brezhnev
    An important WWII document signed by Leonid Brezhnev, from the high point of German penetration of the Soviet Union, recommending a comrade for promotion
  • 58987
    Price: $900.00
    Harry Truman
    Forgers!  Future President Harry Truman and his future Treasury Secretary John W. Snyder, each ambidextrous, sign their own AND each other’s signatures!
  • 59008
    Price: $1,500.00
    King George V of England

    A first edition of George Trevelyan's Blenheim inscribed by King George V and Mary of Teck to a Buckingham Palace staff member.

  • 59021
    Price: $600.00
    George H. W. Bush
    Rare ALS as Reagan’s Vice President after the Bushes were “spaced out by the ‘lag’” as they flew cross-country after the birth of a new grandson
  • 59222
    Price: $3,000.00
    Harry Truman
    Harry S. Truman Signed Certificate of Merit awarded to Dr. Henri Gaston Busignies "in aid of the war effort against the common enemies of the United States and its Allies in World War II" - Dr. Busignies' invention, a radar known as "Huff-Duff," pinpointed the source of radio transmissions in seconds, helping to thwart the German U-Boats from attacking Allied convoys. He is, in essence, the unsung counterpart to Alan Turing - who was made famous by the Oscar winning movie The Imitation Game
  • 59505
    Price: $1,000.00
    King Abdullah II of Jordan
    A Holiday gift presented by King Abdullah II of Jordan to a powerful U.S. Congressman
  • 59511
    Price: $1,000.00
    King Abdullah II of Jordan
    Silver Desk Set gifted by Jordan's King Abdullah II to a powerful U.S. Congressman
  • 62539
    Price: $750.00
    King George VI of England
    George VI visiting FDR on American tour press photo three months before Britain declared war against Germany

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