autographs

Einstein, Hancock, and Jefferson Headline University Archives’ August 28 Auction

Westport, CT — A letter typed in English and signed by Albert Einstein in which he talks about his theory of universal gravitation, a document signed in 1776 by John Hancock having to do with taxation without representation, and a letter written and signed by Thomas Jefferson six weeks before his death are expected top lots in University Archives’ online auction, August 28th.  

University Archives’ June 26 Auction Will Feature Einstein, Capone & More

Westport, CT – A letter written and signed by the legendary Kung Fu master Bruce Lee, a bank interest note twice signed by the notorious gangster Al Capone, and a letter typed and signed by Albert Einstein regarding the development and use of the hydrogen bomb are a few of the featured lots in University Archives’ Internet-only auction slated for Wednesday, June 26th.

Rare Romantic Note From Jackie Kennedy and Iconic Items at Auction on June 12

New York — Lion Heart Autographs, Inc., for more than forty years an internationally recognized dealer of autographs and manuscripts specializing in art, history, literature, music, and science, has announced an extraordinary live auction to take place on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 beginning at 1:00 p.m. which will feature over 175 lots of some of the world’s most rare and valuable manuscripts, autographs and memorabilia to date.
 

For many people summer brings at least a short break from the workaday world, time to be spent chipping away at personal projects and hobbies or simply reading a great (bookish) novel. Five recently published books about books speak to these priorities. So if you’re seeking a stack of summer reads, look no further!

The Library of R. & B. L.: Autographs and Manuscripts of Writers, Musicians, Painters at Sotheby’s Paris

Paris — On 22 May, Sotheby’s, in association with Binoche & Giquello, will auction off the eighth sale of the Library of R. & B. L. It will mark the end of the dispersal, begun in 2011, of this substantial literary collection built over more than sixty years. It was assembled on the same principle, intermingling books and autograph letters of French literature, music and the arts from the 16th century to the present day.