University Archives is pleased to announce its next sale on May 26, 2021. At over 400 lots, our May auction includes all of the items you have come to expect from the Presidential, World Leaders, and Science categories, but with the addition of fun and unusual items from Comic Art, Entertainment, Aviation/Space, Sports, Music, and Criminalia.
The full catalog is up and online for bidding and viewing now, at the University Archives website (www.UniversityArchives.com). Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted.
- 242: Isaac Newton Scientific Autograph Manuscript Relating to the Principia
- 107: Einstein 3 Pages of Equations Unified Field Theory
- 108: Albert Einstein “The Elusive Moment of Truth” Signed Portrait
- 195: Vladimir Lenin TLS as Chairman of the Workers’ and Peasants’ Defense Council
- 384: George Washington Signed Three-language Ship’s Papers
- 404: Woodrow Wilson Finest of Few Known ALS as President!
- 380: Signed Act of Congress Permanently Establishing U.S. Postal Service
- 196: John Lennon: The Beatles Years Lyric Portfolio, Complete Set
- 262: Brady & Handy Daguerreotype Plate Attributed to Edgar Allan Poe
- 322: Salinger Fantastic Signed Letter
- 366: Truman 21 Page Corrected Manuscript on the Presidency
About University Archives
University Archives has become world-renowned as a go-to source for rare items of this kind. It is actively seeking quality material for future auctions, presenting a rare opportunity for sellers. Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call John Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by John Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.
For more information about University Archives, visit www.universityarchives.com. Updates are posted frequently. For phone bidding, please call 203-454-0111.