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Date(s) - 02/21/2024
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University Archives




Marilyn Monroe’s signed Connecticut driver’s license from 1958, three lots dedicated to Albert Einstein (a two-page autograph letter signed and a one-page scientific manuscript, both handwritten in German, plus a vintage photograph from 1923), and a Steve Jobs signed release authorizing the audio use of his 1988 NeXT demonstration, are just a few of the items up for bid in University Archives’ next online-only auction planned for Wednesday, February 21st. The Rare Signed Manuscripts, Books, Photos & Relics auction will start promptly at 10:30 am Eastern time. All 469 lots in the catalog are up for viewing and bidding now – on the University Archives website: www.UniversityArchives.com – as well as the platforms Invaluable.com, Auctionzip.com and LiveAuctioneers.com. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted. “The February 21st auction features our usual dazzling array of important autographs, historical documents, rare books, artwork, photographs, relics, sports memorabilia, currency, exonumia, and scripophily,” commented John Reznikoff, the president and owner of University Archives. Mr. Reznikoff added, “Fully one-third of the catalog is dedicated to U.S. Presidents, in particular Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, and John F. Kennedy. We also have a very strong selection in the entertainment, Old West, military, art, music, literature, international and sports categories.” For more information visit www.universityarchives.com.

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