Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist

Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist
Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist
Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist

Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist
An original signed hand written letter from the late, legendary Spider-man co-creator Steve Ditko. Every year I sent Mr. Ditko a calendar featuring my editorial cartoons. And every year, hed send me a thank you note. This is from 2015, hand written in pencil by the great man himself. The item “Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist” is in sale since Monday, July 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Comic Books & Memorabilia\Original Comic Art”. The seller is “quastdude” and is located in Rockford, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Character: Doctor Strange
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Illustrator: Steve Ditko
  • Tradition: US Comics
  • Inscribed: Yes

Steve ditko original signed autographed letter spider-man creator artist

1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare

1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare
1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare
1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare
1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare

1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare
Containing a Written Expression of His Last Words. In the Form of a Hymn and Prayer. Autograph letter signed,’J. Wesley’, Portsmouth Common, 28 September 1790. Description: An original signed letter by the Founder of Methodism. Some spots and slight age wear, 1pp, 4to. Written within a matter of months before his death, Wesley reflects on his own life and pens the words to a verse of the same hymn that he later quoted on his death bed. This is recorded in the Short Account of the Death of Mr. Wesley that was printed the same year of his passing. This letter is the most significant original source material pertaining to Wesley to have surfaced in recent decades. You gave me a very. Account of the happy death of our Dear Sister Sharpe. If it were the week of the Lord, we. Likewise wish to have the trials all attested to us before the Last Supper, that whenever our Lord calls us hence , we may have. To do but to die. I have often prayed (Verse of Hymn). Lord, when I lay this body down. My latest steps attend. My Life of Mercy crown. With a triumphant End. After you many times. Of seeing you once more before I go hence… Provenance : Private English Collection. The item “1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare” is in sale since Monday, March 1, 2021. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “collector1611″ and is located in Munford, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Subject: Religion & Spirituality
  • Place of Publication: England
  • Author: John Wesley
  • Year Printed: 1790
  • Language: English
  • Special Attributes: Inscribed
  • Original/Facsimile: Original

1790 JOHN WESLEY Autograph SIGNED Letter ORIGINAL Methodist HYMN Rare

Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five

Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five
Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five
Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five
Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five

Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five
SIGNED Letter on Headed Paper, Four Written Pages, August 23rd 1947, Mentions the Famous Five, Mallory Towers and the Adventure Stories. Interesting hand written letter on headed paper, dated August 23rd 1947, 2 pages completed to both sides and signed at the end. Also comes with a copy of the reply from the recipient, Mr Holbrow. Mr Holbrow appears to be an assistant editor for a weekly magazine. Blyton’s letter mentions many of her books and presumably she was on friendly terms with Mr Holbrow, because her letter is very flowing and ends with her asking Holbrow’s opinion on one of her books and saying This is much too long a letter! Condition: Pin hole to the top corner of each page, otherwise tidy. The item “Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five” is in sale since Friday, April 16, 2021. This item is in the category “Books, Comics & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectable”. The seller is “knightsrarebooks-est-1994″ and is located in Cornwall. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Year Printed: 1947
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Fiction Subject: Childrens
  • Binding: Unbound
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Signed: Yes
  • Special Attributes: Inscribed

Enid Blyton, SIGNED 4 Page Hand-written Letter, August 23rd 1947, Famous Five

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
Tolkien Writes his Proofreader with a Lengthy Discussion of the. Lord of the Rings. Including Criticism of Radio Broadcasts of his Work. In a letter peppered with references to Middle Earth and its inhabitants, an exhausted Tolkien takes his first lengthy holiday in four yearsin Italy. To the Chapel Perilous. Tolkien discusses the demands on his time, ranging from his teaching load, thesis advising, and publishing, to reading critical reviews. Tolkiens dissatisfaction with radio adaptations of. Occupies a prominent place. I think poorly of the broadcast adaptations. Except for a few details I think they are not well done… I thought that the dwarf Gloin not Gimli, but I suppose Gimli will talk like his father… Was not too bad if a bit exaggerated. I do think of the Dwarves like Jews: at once native and alien in their habitations, speaking the language of the country, but with an accent due to their own private tongue. The balance of the letter discusses literary critics, reviews of Mitchisons book, and anachronisms in her latest offering as contrasted to Mark Twains. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court. Autograph Letter Signed, to Naomi Mitchison. Headington, Oxford, England, December 8, 1955. 4 pp on 2 leaves of wove paper with Piries/ Crown Bond watermark. 5 5/16 x 7 1/8 in. (13½ x 18 cm). The first page is embossed 76 Sandfield Road/ Headington/ Oxford. With original autograph addressed envelope. You really are most kind and generous. Thank you so much for your last letter. I feel that I should have written long ago, especially since I failed to make any kind of return in the matter of To the Chapel Perilous. But perhaps you will understand I felt exhausted, since in addition to the Lord of the Rings I had only just concluded a two-year term of administrative office in college on top of professing , and the advance copy came just as I was about to go off for the first holiday since 1951 of more than two or three days. Reading it I went to Italy was easy and delightful; but I seemed too dried up to say anything. And when I came back the shadow of one of those things one idiotically lets oneself in for when they are distant fell on me. [Written at bottom and continuing up left margin]. I mean for the will; my mind found it difficult. You move in the complicated world with an ease that helps me to understand why people find my much simpler and more simple-minded world bewildering. I cling to Lienaro whom I liked and found intelligible. I had to deliver the opening lecture of the newly-founded ODonnell Lectures in Celtic Studiesalready overdue: and I composed it with all the woe in the world,, as the Gawain-poet says of the wretched fox with the hounds on his tail. I think poorly of the broadcast. Except for a few details I think they are not well done, even granted the script and the legitimacy of the enterprise (which I do not grant). But they took some trouble with the names. I thought that the dwarf (Gloin not Gimli, but I suppose Gimli will talk like his father apparently someones idea of a German) was not too bad if a bit exaggerated. I have, of course, a good many letters: most of them intelligent and critical, and largely inspired by annoyance with the critics. Edwin Muir produced quite a batch, from people who seemed to think I should be upset at his tone. But I got as much good from him, I suppose, as was possible unless he was prepared to read the book with attention. He showed by his remarks on Lórien that had not. But I do not feel disposed to blame him, as I cannot imagine myself tackling such a task in his place. Since you enquire kindly concerning my fate outside this country: I should say I was doing well enough in the U. But enough of me. Your kindness leads me into garrulity. I have now got a pestilent doctorate thesis to explore, when I would rather be doing something less useful. I hope that the Chapel Perilous went and is going well [though I seldom see or read reviews, and but for a cutting agency should not see my own In spite of them I do not read them all] A curious and rather disturbing blend. I hope you wont mind my mentioning a Yankee at the Court of King Arthur. I only do so, because of the shattering difference. Of course there are the deliberate. Mechanical anachronisms in both. The hellogirls and telephones, and electrified wire; and dwarfs with photographic apparatus: I dont like em, of course, and think it better if the satire arises out of the material as it is; but there are umbrellas in the Shirebut M. Was merely vulgarly romantic, whereas you undermine, or (perhaps fairer) transform the whole thing. Very best wishes to you, and to your family, I hope they are as kind as you are to a simple-minded old man. 17.2 secs slow. Tolkiens letters are scarce. When Paul Richards catalogued the letter in January 1989, he called this one of the finest, and longest, to appear on the market. She was appointed CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1981. She wrote many books, including The Chapel Perilous , published in 1955. She was a proofreader of the Lord of the Rings. Historic Documents and Legacy Collections. For over 20 years, Seth Kaller has been one of the countrys largest buyers of important historic documents and artifacts. More than 10,000 rare manuscripts, documents, maps, and books handled by Kaller are now in institutional and private collections including working drafts of the United States Constitution, Lincoln-signed copies of the 13th Amendment and Emancipation Proclamation, and rare prints and broadsides of the Declaration of Independence. Kaller is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA), the Professional Autograph Dealers Association (PADA), the American Antiquarian Society, the Manuscript Society, the New-York Historical Societys Chairmans Council, and the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Advisory Board. Everything we sell comes with our absolute guarantee that it is original and authentic. History You Can Own. Whether youre interested in the Founding Fathers, Documents of Freedom, Battles and Leaders, the Civil War, African-Americana, World History, Science, or a particular hero or villain, we can help you explore opportunities to take ownership of history. Build Your Own Collection. We can coordinate every aspect of the process for you, from searching for individual items to building entire world-class collections for your home, business, foundation, or favorite museum. Help Your Favorite Institution. Build a legacy by preserving history for generations to come. Through donations and loans to your favorite museum, library, or university, you ensure the survival of these important documents and act as a steward for personalities and ideas that shaped the world. The item “J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings” is in sale since Tuesday, January 26, 2021. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “sethkaller” and is located in White Plains, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year Printed: 1955
  • Topic: Fantasy
  • Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Subject: Literature & Fiction
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Place of Publication: Oxford
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

Kenneth Grahame Original Signed and Inscribed Letter 1908 Wind in the Willows

Kenneth Grahame Original Signed and Inscribed Letter 1908 Wind in the Willows

Kenneth Grahame Original Signed and Inscribed Letter 1908 Wind in the Willows
Signed and Inscribed Headed Letter from Kenneth Grahame. A single sided formal letter asking the author for use of his materials in different publications. 1908 – The same year as the publication of his masterpiece’The Wind in the Willows. Size 180mm x 110mm. Small pin hole to top corner. Please do not hesitate in contacting me if you require more information. The item “Kenneth Grahame Original Signed and Inscribed Letter 1908 Wind in the Willows” is in sale since Saturday, February 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectables\Autographs\Uncertified Originals\Historical”. The seller is “lasting479″ and is located in Northampton. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: Uncertified
  • Type: Historical
  • Object: Signed Cards

Kenneth Grahame Original Signed and Inscribed Letter 1908 Wind in the Willows

1777 JOHN WESLEY Autograph Letter SIGNED Original BIBLE Methodist RARE

1777 JOHN WESLEY Autograph Letter SIGNED Original BIBLE Methodist RARE

1777 JOHN WESLEY Autograph Letter SIGNED Original BIBLE Methodist RARE
1777 JOHN WESLEY ORIGINAL LETTER – SIGNED. A Fine Copy of an Original Signed Letter by the Founder of Methodism. Autograph letter signed,’J. Wesley’, Bristol, 27 September 1777. Item Description: A fine letter with. Some heavy spots and slight age wear, two pages, 4to. I entirely concur with you in your sentiments upon this delicate occasion. Altho I would show all possible tenderness & levity to those who think differently from myself, either with respect to discipline or doctrine, yet I cannot see that it is at all expedient, to intrust them with that power wch. Enables them to undermine either our doctrine or discipline. Therefore I do not judge Mr [John] Hampson to have done any thing more than it was his bounden duty to do. Indeed I was slow in coming to a determination upon the head: I wanted to hear all parties. I weigh’d all the letters I received from Mr Hampson on the one side, from Bro. Hall, Kidd, and ye two Clarks, on the other. And I then saw clearly if they would behave quietly, they might be Members of our Society, not withstanding their opinions, wch. But for leaders they could not be’, continuing with further reference to Mr Hampson, S. Bradburgh, and Mr Boardman. John Hampson (1731/2-1795) was an itinerant Methodist preacher under John Wesley, leaving the Methodists in 1784 and becoming master of the free school at Southborough, Kent. Specializes in early printed English Bibles, books, manuscripts, and objet dart. Are merely representative of our broader inventory. Please do not hesitate to enquire regarding other early printed books and manuscripts. In addition, we are currently offering one of the world’s most significant collections of biblical manuscripts and early printed Bibles. The Legacy Collection may be viewed at: CrawfordSterling. The item “1777 JOHN WESLEY Autograph Letter SIGNED Original BIBLE Methodist RARE” is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “collector1611″ and is located in Munford, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year Printed: 1777
  • Topic: Christianity, Bibles
  • Binding: Loose Pages, Articles
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Special Attributes: Inscribed

1777 JOHN WESLEY Autograph Letter SIGNED Original BIBLE Methodist RARE

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings
Tolkien Writes his Proofreader with a Lengthy Discussion of the. Lord of the Rings. Including Criticism of Radio Broadcasts of his Work. In a letter peppered with references to Middle Earth and its inhabitants, an exhausted Tolkien takes his first lengthy holiday in four yearsin Italy. To the Chapel Perilous. Tolkien discusses the demands on his time, ranging from his teaching load, thesis advising, and publishing, to reading critical reviews. Tolkiens dissatisfaction with radio adaptations of. Occupies a prominent place. I think poorly of the broadcast adaptations. Except for a few details I think they are not well done… I thought that the dwarf Gloin not Gimli, but I suppose Gimli will talk like his father… Was not too bad if a bit exaggerated. I do think of the Dwarves like Jews: at once native and alien in their habitations, speaking the language of the country, but with an accent due to their own private tongue. The balance of the letter discusses literary critics, reviews of Mitchisons book, and anachronisms in her latest offering as contrasted to Mark Twains. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court. Autograph Letter Signed, to Naomi Mitchison. Headington, Oxford, England, December 8, 1955. 4 pp on 2 leaves of wove paper with Piries/ Crown Bond watermark. 5 5/16 x 7 1/8 in. (13½ x 18 cm). The first page is embossed 76 Sandfield Road/ Headington/ Oxford. With original autograph addressed envelope. You really are most kind and generous. Thank you so much for your last letter. I feel that I should have written long ago, especially since I failed to make any kind of return in the matter of To the Chapel Perilous. But perhaps you will understand I felt exhausted, since in addition to the Lord of the Rings I had only just concluded a two-year term of administrative office in college on top of professing , and the advance copy came just as I was about to go off for the first holiday since 1951 of more than two or three days. Reading it I went to Italy was easy and delightful; but I seemed too dried up to say anything. And when I came back the shadow of one of those things one idiotically lets oneself in for when they are distant fell on me. [Written at bottom and continuing up left margin]. I mean for the will; my mind found it difficult. You move in the complicated world with an ease that helps me to understand why people find my much simpler and more simple-minded world bewildering. I cling to Lienaro whom I liked and found intelligible. I had to deliver the opening lecture of the newly-founded ODonnell Lectures in Celtic Studiesalready overdue: and I composed it with all the woe in the world,, as the Gawain-poet says of the wretched fox with the hounds on his tail. I think poorly of the broadcast. Except for a few details I think they are not well done, even granted the script and the legitimacy of the enterprise (which I do not grant). But they took some trouble with the names. I thought that the dwarf (Gloin not Gimli, but I suppose Gimli will talk like his father apparently someones idea of a German) was not too bad if a bit exaggerated. I have, of course, a good many letters: most of them intelligent and critical, and largely inspired by annoyance with the critics. Edwin Muir produced quite a batch, from people who seemed to think I should be upset at his tone. But I got as much good from him, I suppose, as was possible unless he was prepared to read the book with attention. He showed by his remarks on Lórien that had not. But I do not feel disposed to blame him, as I cannot imagine myself tackling such a task in his place. Since you enquire kindly concerning my fate outside this country: I should say I was doing well enough in the U. But enough of me. Your kindness leads me into garrulity. I have now got a pestilent doctorate thesis to explore, when I would rather be doing something less useful. I hope that the Chapel Perilous went and is going well [though I seldom see or read reviews, and but for a cutting agency should not see my own In spite of them I do not read them all] A curious and rather disturbing blend. I hope you wont mind my mentioning a Yankee at the Court of King Arthur. I only do so, because of the shattering difference. Of course there are the deliberate. Mechanical anachronisms in both. The hellogirls and telephones, and electrified wire; and dwarfs with photographic apparatus: I dont like em, of course, and think it better if the satire arises out of the material as it is; but there are umbrellas in the Shirebut M. Was merely vulgarly romantic, whereas you undermine, or (perhaps fairer) transform the whole thing. Very best wishes to you, and to your family, I hope they are as kind as you are to a simple-minded old man. 17.2 secs slow. Tolkiens letters are scarce. When Paul Richards catalogued the letter in January 1989, he called this one of the finest, and longest, to appear on the market. She was appointed CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1981. She wrote many books, including The Chapel Perilous , published in 1955. She was a proofreader of the Lord of the Rings. Historic Documents and Legacy Collections. For over 20 years, Seth Kaller has been one of the countrys largest buyers of important historic documents and artifacts. More than 10,000 rare manuscripts, documents, maps, and books handled by Kaller are now in institutional and private collections including working drafts of the United States Constitution, Lincoln-signed copies of the 13th Amendment and Emancipation Proclamation, and rare prints and broadsides of the Declaration of Independence. Kaller is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA), the Professional Autograph Dealers Association (PADA), the American Antiquarian Society, the Manuscript Society, the New-York Historical Societys Chairmans Council, and the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Advisory Board. Everything we sell comes with our absolute guarantee that it is original and authentic. History You Can Own. Whether youre interested in the Founding Fathers, Documents of Freedom, Battles and Leaders, the Civil War, African-Americana, World History, Science, or a particular hero or villain, we can help you explore opportunities to take ownership of history. Build Your Own Collection. We can coordinate every aspect of the process for you, from searching for individual items to building entire world-class collections for your home, business, foundation, or favorite museum. Help Your Favorite Institution. Build a legacy by preserving history for generations to come. Through donations and loans to your favorite museum, library, or university, you ensure the survival of these important documents and act as a steward for personalities and ideas that shaped the world. The item “J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings” is in sale since Thursday, April 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “sethkaller” and is located in White Plains, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year Printed: 1955
  • Topic: Fantasy
  • Author: J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Subject: Literature & Fiction
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Place of Publication: Oxford
  • Special Attributes: 1st Edition

J. R. R. Tolkien Autograph Letter Signed to his Proofreader re Lord of the Rings

ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP

ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP

ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP
ROSA PARKS Signed Letter. Typed letter signed Rosa L. Parks in blue ink. Personal letterhead measures 8.5″ X 11″ and is dated January 7, 1991. Letter has normal mailing folds, otherwise is in FINE condition. Letter reads, Dear Rick, Thank you for your kind words of encouragement. / Please continue your interest and enthusiasm about my / work and the work of many other positive individuals. / The enclosed information is a brief biographical / sketch and a list of research materials about some of / my involvement. I hope they will be helpful to you. / Love, Peace and Prosperity, / Rosa L. As Rosa Louise McCauley. A seamstress and long-time member of the Montgomery, Ala. Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), her Dec. 1, 1955, arrest for refusing to give up her seat on a municipal bus to a white man sparked the Montgomery bus boycott. This successful protest, which lasted just over a year, marked the emergence of Martin Luther King, Jr. To national prominence as a civil-rights leader and provided the model for future nonviolent movement actions. Fired from her job and unable to find work, Parks moved in 1957 to Detroit, where she remained active in the civil-rights movement and worked (1965-88) as an aide to Congressman John Conyers. She was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, Congress’s highest honor, in 1999. This is one of the Best guarantees anywhere! The item “ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP” is in sale since Friday, November 11, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “legendsinhistory” and is located in Auburn, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP

Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter

Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter
Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter
Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter

Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter
THIS AUTOGRAPH HAS BEEN AUTHENTICATED BY JSA AND COMES WITH THEIR LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY #BB33996. The item “STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN SIGNED INSCRIBED AUTOGRAPH ADVERTISEMENT JSA LETTER” is in sale since Thursday, January 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists V\Vaughan, Stevie Ray”. The seller is “hotcorner2980″ and is located in Brooklyn, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Viet nam, Uruguay, Canada, Taiwan.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Stevie Ray Vaughan Signed Inscribed Autograph Advertisement Jsa Letter