ALS Framed with Leaves of Grass
Rare Limited Edition Signed Poster "Moonrise"
World War II
Japanese Surrender Teletype Army News Service
Signed Photo of Che Guevara
"Gorillas in the Mist" Signed First Edition
Typed Letter Signed
Navy Enlistment Photograph Signed
Cosimo de Medici III
Manuscript Letter Signed
Signed Photo of President Johnson's Swearing In
Typed Letter Signed Aboard Queen Elizabeth
Pope Innocent X
Giovanni Francesco Albani
Breve by Future Pope Clement XI to Pope Alexander VIII
Autographed Personal Note Card
Autograph Letter Signed in French
14th Century Illuminated Leaf from Book of Hours
Signed Photo of Hindenburg Ablaze
Artist Proof Stock Certificate Blue
Signed Photo of Titanic with Recovered Pieces of Coal
Pope Benedict XII
Signed Engraving of George Washiington
Signed Vintage Photo
17th-century notebook containing the jottings of perhaps the world’s first Shakespeare scholar has left experts “trembling” in anticipation of what it may contain.
Often tempestuous, the lives of great composers have long been a source of fascination. A Christie's auction of manuscripts and letters from The Metropolitan Opera Guild Collection on 15 June offers new and extraordinary insights.
Holly Black consults Christie’s specialists, a conservator, a gallerist and an expert cataloguer on the truths an artist’s mark can reveal, the insights they offer into process and why — sometimes — a false signature can conceal noble intentions.