Welcome to the most comprehensive collection of original historical documents, historical autographs, signed books, manuscripts, signed photographs, and letters for sale from this website and our Boston Office.
The Largest and Most Diverse Collection of Historical Autographs and Documents and Letters for Sale
Our collections are considered to be the largest and most diverse in the world. They contain historical autographs of people of great magnitude in history. Our historical documents collections are comprised of a wide range of subjects that include: Military Leaders, the American Revolution, American Civil War, World War II, Women in History, Americana and the American West, American Presidents, Royalty and World Leaders, Business and Economics, Sports, Aviation, Science and Medicine, Inventors, Explorers, Religion, Art, Composers and Musicians, Authors and Literary Figures, Movie Stars, Crime and Law, and much more.
We are fortunate to have signatures from famous historical individuals, including Military Leaders like Ulysses S Grant, Winston Churchill, Napoleon Bonaparte and Dwight Eisenhower, or American Presidents like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Ronald Reagan, or scientists and inventors like Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison. We have autographs from famous people in the Arts like Agatha Christie, Mark Twain and George Gershwin, and hundreds of other significant individuals who have shaped history.
We will take you into the world of collecting history that comes to life!
2017 marks 58 years since I issued my first catalog of presidential autographs, and I have written this website to provide as much information as possible about who we are, what we do, and what we offer in a no-nonsense, verifiable way. Collecting historical documents and autographs, letters and historical manuscripts is the most intimate window into the personalities, time periods, and subjects that you are interested in. A personal view and sense of intimacy that historical letters and documents bring to the past is the best investment you can make in the future — an investment in understanding history and therefore the future.