John F. Kennedy
Autograph & Relics
In-Person Signature, 1960
As most autograph and historical collectors know, John Kennedy’s signature was heavily forged by authorized secretaries and unauthorized forgers. So genuine examples of his signature are quite rare.
This amazing find comes with probably the strongest provenance than you will ever find for JFK. This solid genuine JFK signature, acquired in person in 1960, is highly consistent with Charles Hamilton’s in person JFK signature examples during the late 50's/early 60's. And it is guaranteed to pass JSA authentication. Guaranteed Authentic for Life.
* Charles Hamilton wrote a book in 1965 titles “The Robot That Helped Make a President”. A detailed analysis of John Kennedy’s signatures throughout his life. The “bible” to autograph experts who authenticate JFK’s signature.
Comes with a small archive from a student named Charlene Koehler, dated February 23, 1960. On that date Charlene went with five other students and her civics teacher to visit Congress where they met Senator Kennedy. Kennedy signed a page of her notebook which she tore out and added to a collage. Under Kennedy's signature, Charlene wrote his name in pencil. Collage also includes; her dated Senate Chamber visitor's card, Kennedy for President button, Kennedy for President brochure, Senate Chamber brochure and a paragraph about the visit written by young Charlene. Signature is strong and crisp and guaranteed authentic and original, two brochures have folds in the middle. Size: 12-1/2 inches by 12 inches overall
Guaranteed Authentic for Life. Conway's Vintage Treasures UACC Registered Dealer No 307