A Chairman Mao Autograph (aka Mao Zedong) Document, Letter or Manuscript Can Now Be Worth up to $1 Million
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Chairman Mao autograph notes, not signed. in Chinese characters. Over $900,000.
Chairman Mao autograph on a typed letter. Chairman Mao autograph in Chinese characters. Almost $800,000.
No other Asian autograph commands as much. Take, for example, a Hirohito autograph, a Chairman Mao contemporary, that we sold:
Hirohito World War II Dated Letter Signed
Excessively rare war-dated letter signed by the Emperor of Japan, Hirohito, and countersigned by Prince Fumimaro Konoye. From Tokyo dated 1939, Hirohito writes a letter of diplomacy to Peruvian President Oscar Benavides. Letter reads: “Hirohito, by the Grace of God, Emperor of Japan, and seated on the throne occupied by the same dynasty eternally, to his Excellency General Oscar Raymundo Benavides Larrea, President of the Republic of Peru. Great and good friend, it is with the joy of life that we have received the letter from your Excellency addressing your country’s economic and cultural visit to Japan, and we are happy knowing that you also wish to foster strong commercial ties between our countries. We are certain that the productive meeting of your Peruvian mission, presided by the eminent General Don Cesar de la Fuente, ex-minister of Foreign Affairs, and the people of our country will bear fruit in both economic and cultural terms, all of which will contribute to stronger and closer ties which will bind our friendship uniting Japan and Peru happily. We take this occasion to sincerely wish for your Excellency personal luck, and with that the prosperity of your nation. Your Good Friend, Hirohito”. Document is countersigned by Prince Fumimaro Konoe, Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Gold-trimmed two-page folio letter in Japanese kanji is accompanied by an original printed letter on official Imperial Japanese paper translating the document into French. Letter is moderately toned, with beautiful trim and calligraphy and a superb signature. Evidence of mounting on borders of verso, overall very good condition. Sold for $4,822.