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JG.Limit's first online-only history and culture auction will be held from July 25th to August 23rd in 500 lots over a three-century century.

Thomas Jefferson's rare White House Service China, probably a dessert bowl, a white Chinese export porcelain serving plate circa 1790s with a diameter of 6¼ inches (estimated $ 15,000- $ 18,000).

Thomas Jefferson’s rare White House Service China, probably a dessert bowl, a white Chinese export porcelain serving plate circa 1790s with a diameter of 6¼ inches (estimated $ 15,000- $ 18,000).

Signed by Standard Oil Trust 1882 shares, John D. Rockefeller (President), Henry Flagler (Secretary) and Yabetsu Boswick (Accounting) for 20 shares (estimated $ 2,000- $ 2,500).

Signed by Standard Oil Trust 1882 shares, John D. Rockefeller (President), Henry Flagler (Secretary) and Yabetsu Boswick (Accounting) for 20 shares (estimated $ 2,000- $ 2,500).

Approximately .625

Approximately .625 “x. 875” fabric swatches (estimated $ 5,500- $ 8,500) taken from the Wright Flyer, the first plane to make its debut flight at Kitty Hawk on December 17, 1903.

Lots 11-23 are all photographs of Cecil Storton's original 1st generation John F. Kennedy from JFK's funeral, with an 8

Lots 11-23 are all photographs of Cecil Storton’s original 1st generation John F. Kennedy from JFK’s funeral, with an 8 “x 10” gloss, many featuring Jackie Kennedy and others.

Harry S. Truman's items include an oversized (11.25

Harry S. Truman’s items include an oversized (11.25 “x 17.25”) autographed document proclaiming the end of World War II, including Lot 45, boldly signed by Truman (estimated at $ 7,000). From $ 9,000).

The catalog contains items about JFK, Jefferson, the Wright brothers, Harry Truman, Al Capone and other celebrities. Online bidding can be found at www.JG.Limited.

We are pleased to announce the all-new premium auction and content platform, JG. Limited. We offer collectors, fans, historians and institutions around the world the opportunity to own history. “

— Jared Gendron

Danvers, Mass., July 25, 2022 / EINPresswire.com/-JG.Limited – The recently established auction division of JG Autographs, Inc., a venerable collection powerhouse – is online only on July 25. Make the first sale of. Until August 23, at www.JG.Limited. The 500-lot history and culture auction includes items about JFK, Thomas Jefferson, the Wright brothers, Harry Truman, Al Capone, and other historical celebrities.

The list of categories is long and impressive: arts, business and finance, citizenship, classical music, movies and television, literature, militia, contemporary music, Nobel Prize, politics, president and first lady, science and medicine, space and aviation, Supreme Court, theater and world leader. Signs and artifacts span the third century. Collector, mark your calendar.

Jared Gendron, president and owner of JG. Limited, and its parent company, JG Autographs, Inc., said: For decades, JG Autographs has been dealing with rare signs and historic relics from around the world for centuries, “says Gendron.

He added, “As a temporary caretaker, whether it’s a handwritten letter from Abraham Lincoln, a signed first edition of James Baldwin’s book, a sneaker used in a Lebron James game, or an autographed sneaker. We believe that it is our role to present these items in a way that preserves them. Their legacy. We give collectors, fans, historians and institutions around the world the opportunity to own history. Offers.”

Although the business is rooted in the past, JG.Limit is focused on the future and welcomes it. Leverage the latest technology through custom-developed and designed websites. In addition, the all-new Android and Apple apps allow bidders to participate in regularly scheduled auctions. Register, preview, watch, bid from your tablet or mobile device – all at the push of a button.

Lot 9 is Thomas Jefferson’s rare White House service China, probably a dessert bowl. A beautiful Chinese export porcelain serving plate from the 1790s is 6¼ inches in diameter and features a blue edging with a golden fleur dris rim. The center has a hand-painted design with Jefferson’s neoclassical shield, and 13 stars surround the script’s acronym “J” (estimated $ 15,000 to $ 18,000).

Lot 89 is an outstanding recently discovered album featuring an amazing collection of over 100 signatures from 19th century celebrities that have never been sold before. Signatories include Roosevelt, Taft, Cleveland, Carnegie, Mark Twain, and Admiral Nelson Miles. The clipped signature is from letters, documents, complete letters and other sources (estimated $ 2,000- $ 3,000).
Lot 119 is a Standard Oil Trust 1882 share certificate handwritten by John D. Rockefeller (President), Henry Flagler (Secretary), and Yabetsu Boswick (Accounting). The certificate is 20 shares, dated August 22, 1882. Rockefeller organized Standard Oil in 1870, monopolized the oil business, and organized Standard Oil Trust in 1882 (estimated at $ 2,000 to $ 2,500).
Lot 356 is an approximately .625 “x. 875” fabric swatch taken from the Wright Flyer, the first plane to make its debut flight at Kitty Hawk on December 17, 1903.
Historical relics with a history (copy provided) dating back to Light Estate and Harvey D. Gaia (best friend) have been certified and encapsulated by CAG (estimated $ 5,500- $ 8,500).

Lot 382 is one of eight lots (382-389) about the acclaimed American illustrator and children’s book writer Maurice Sendak (1928-2012). This lot is a signed, unmodified, advanced proof of the book “We Are All in the Dumps with Jack and Guy.” Sendak handwritten his friend “For Elizabeth, from Maurice November 1993” (estimated $ 1,250- $ 1,500) and carved the cover.

Lots 11-23 are all photographs of Cecil Storton’s original first-generation John F. Kennedy from JFK’s funeral, with an 8-inch x 10-inch gloss, many of which are Jackie Kennedy, RFK, Ted Kennedy, and family. , Features service participants. Cecil Storton (1920-2008) was a photographer of President Kennedy during the White House. Estimates range from $ 150 to $ 300.

Other JFK-related items include Lot 29, a security guard clock from the Dallas County Administration Building during the assassination era, where Oswald shot Kennedy (estimated $ 3,000- $ 4,000). Lot 30, blood-stained leather swatches from Lincoln’s convertible assassin (estimated $ 5,500- $ 8,500); Lot 31, Warren Commission report complete 1964 first edition set (estimated $ 1,500- $ 2,000).

Harry S. Truman’s items include Lot 45, an oversized (11.25 “x 17.25”) autographed document proclaiming the end of World War II. This is in good condition overall (estimated $ 7,000-$ 9,000) as of May 8, 1945, boldly signed by Truman as President; Truman in the Manhattan District Court from January 11, 1963. A free candid envelope (estimated $ 750- $ 1,000) hand-written and used in the mail, with a New Year’s greeting to David Edelstein, a Judge appointed by the United States.

Lot 79 is a Watergate-type letter dated May 29, 1974 to the Washington Post letterhead, signed by investigative journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, and a clipped magazine page of the duo. Two additional signatures on the photo (estimated $ 150- $ 200); Lot 54 is Jacob S. Coxie Sr., a politician in Ohio and the leader of the unemployed “Coxy Army”. A handwritten quote card with a handwritten signature dated May 1921 (estimated $ 150- $ 250) by (1854-1951).

Lot 92 is Al Capone’s privately owned saucer from the gangster Hutschenreuther Royal Bavarian Ceramics Service, sourced directly from Capone’s granddaughter Barbara Mei Capone and a gorgeous hand-carved 24k coin gold design pattern (estimated $ 300- $ 400). ) Is attached. Lot 104 is a 120-page brown leather ledger from a general store in Rockingham County (NH) that, from 1802 to 1810, had many independence war family connections (estimated $ 250- $ 500). It contains.

Lot 208 is a Deckeledge album hand-signed by Irish-born American bandmaster Patrick S. Gilmour (1829-1892), who composed the Civil War song “When Johnny Comes March”. The page (estimated $ 150-250). Lot 335 is a Swedish politician and politician who was the Prime Minister of Sweden from 1969 to 1976 and from 1982 to 1986 until the tragic assassination of 1986 (estimated $ 200 to $ 250). It is a signed photo of Olof Palme who served.

Lot 214 was signed by Lieutenant Leslie R. Groves (1896-1970), who oversaw the Pentagon’s construction and directed the Manhattan Project, which developed the first nuclear bomb, on the 1945 cover “Honoring the Army.” It’s the first day. (Estimated $ 100- $ 200). Lot 313 is a 12-page manuscript archive with a sketch of military architecture hand-painted by Joseph Totten. Joseph Totten’s wonderful career spans administrations from Jefferson to Lincoln (estimated $ 2,000 to $ 2,500).

For more information or to register online and start bidding and purchasing, please visit www.JG.Limited.

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