Barack Obama Autograph Price Guide by NateDSanders.com Auctions
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Barack Obama Autograph
A Barack Obama autograph is very valuable. We at NateDSanders.com have sold various examples in the thousands of dollars although most will probably be worth just in the hundreds of dollars. We have just been fortunate to have handled the best example of a Barack Obama autograph out there. Take a look and see the amount that the Barack Obama autograph has sold for:
President Barack Obama autograph White House leaderboard, with his handwritten picks for the 2012 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. On 13 March 2012, Obama met with ESPN reporters at the White House to fill out his bracket, choosing Kentucky, Ohio State, Missouri and North Carolina to make it to the final four; the actual four teams were Kentucky, Ohio State, Louisville and Kansas, placing Obama in the 63.6th percentile according to ESPN. Signed ”Barack Obama” at center in black ink. Large 63” x 36” leaderboard has ”Presidential Bracket” and official White House seal to bottom. In near fine condition with a strong, clear signature by Obama. Obtained directly from ESPN in its annual V Foundation auction. Sold for $20,206.
Excellent-content Barack Obama autograph letter signed on his health care legislation. On official White House stationery, undated but likely early 2010, Obama writes in full, ”Beth – I received your letter, and want you to hear back from me. We are at the brink of historic health care reform legislation that gives 30 million people coverage and curbs major insurance company abuses. There’s nothing weak about it – which is why the insurance companies are fighting it so hard. So don’t lose faith so quickly – no change happens overnight, but it is happening! Barack Obama”. Letter on cardstock measures 6.5” x 4”. In fine condition. Includes original blank White House envelope. Sold for $9,799.
Barack Obama autograph letter signed as President. Upon pale mint green White House stationery, Obama writes in full, ”Laura – / I read your letter and understand your frustration. One of the things I’m focused on is bringing back manufacturing to America. We’ve already seen the highest growth in that sector in 20 years, and we are going to keep pushing it. We’re also hoping to provide more resources to community colleges so mid-life, high-skill workers like your husband can get quick training for jobs that businesses are hiring for right now. I know that this doesn’t help your husband’s immediate need for a job, but I wanted you to know that your president hears you and is fighting for you every day. Barack Obama”. 2pp. letter on a single 6.5” x 4.25” card is in fine condition. With the original White House envelope. Sold for $8,908.
Barack Obama Autograph Signed Note as President on Presidential Stationery
Barack Obama autograph note signed as President. Written upon official Presidential cardstock featuring a gilt Eagle encircled by 50 stars at top and embossed “The President” at bottom. In full, “Ron – I am grateful for your letter. Here’s the book back, with my signature. Best wishes, Barack Obama.” 3.5″ x 5.5″ card is in fine condition, accompanied by two White House envelopes, one postmarked 3 April 2009. Sold for $7,236.
Barack Obama Autograph on His Fifth Grade Punahou School in Hawaii Yearbook from 1971-2 — Signed “Barry Obama” — Perhaps The Earliest Known Barack Obama Autograph
Very rare and charming 5th grade yearbook with a President Obama autograph, or, as he called himself then, “Barry Obama.” Yearbook for the Punahou school in Hawaii for the 1971-72 school year features Obama both in the 5th grade choir as well as in “Mrs. Hefty’s” class where he and three other students carry “On Strike” and “Boys Liberation” signs to get out of homework. Surprisingly, little Barry didn’t yet take part in either organized basketball or student council. He signs on the last page in blue ink, “Barry Obama” along with his other classmates. Curiously, he is the only one, out of dozens of students, to underline his name. Yearbook is in exceptionally well-preserved condition. Binding is strong and pages are clean, except where students sign their names. A fantastic, rare piece of Presidential history. Sold for $6,555.
Barack Obama Autograph as President Leaderboard for the 2012 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship — With Obama’s Team Picks Handwritten by Him
Stunning 63″ x 36″ leaderboard signed by President Barack Obama, listing his official White House picks for the 2012 NCAA women’s basketball tournament. On 13 March 2012, Obama met with ESPN reporters at the White House to personally fill out the brackets, documented here on the official Presidential leaderboard. Obama writes his picks for the top 16, 8, 4 and 2 teams, and taps Baylor as the winner; Obama’s picks placed him in the 79th percentile according to ESPN. Signed “Barack Obama” at center in black ink. With “Presidential Bracket” and official White House seal to bottom, leaderboard measures 63″ x 36″. In very good to near fine condition, with a nearly indiscernible smudge to the “O” in Obama. Obtained directly from ESPN in its annual V Foundation auction. A dark President Barack Obama autograph. The 2013 men’s leaderboard sold for $20,206 in our August auction. Sold for $3,896.
Keep in mind that an Obama autograph price tag will decrease significantly when he leaves office.
If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell a Barack Obama autograph or a Barack Obama autograph letter signed, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.