Historical Autograph Catalog Offers Original Documents Signed bby Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Winston Churchill and Others

. January 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Raab Collection, the nation’s leading dealer in important historical autographs, announced today that it is offering for sale several important historical documents signed by Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Winston Churchill, others. These documents, which range in price from $1,000 to $30,000, tell the story of World War II.

Among the pieces offered for sale:

– Albert Einstein autograph: Einstein’s Prophecy: “International order” Requires “Cooperation of the English-Speaking Nations”

– Winston Churchill autograph during the bombings of 1940: During Britain’s Finest Hour, Winston Churchill Thanks the American People for Their Support

– Franklin Roosevelt autograph: America Will Fight to Defend Freedom and Democracy

– Dwight D. Eisenhower autograph: “Our victory is assured” – Amidst the brutal Italian campaign, Eisenhower says that the spirit of Americans will make the difference

January’s historical autograph e-catalog is the autograph dealer’s first in a series of 2011 themed catalogs that highlight the convergent eras that defined American history.

“World War II was a conflict of heroes against villains,” said Nathan Raab, Vice President of The Raab Collection and expert on important historical autographs. “Nowhere is this more the case than with the great men and women who fought on the allied side. This catalog showcases important historical documents signed by Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and others. It’s an attempt to use our inventory to tell a compelling story.” View the series at The Raab Collection.


The Raab Collection has handled many of the most important historical autographs to reach the market and has represented the families of many famous Americans, among them Thomas Jefferson, Dwight Eisenhower, and Gerald Ford, in the sale and preservation of their important historical documents.


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