Sell Your Charleston Mercury Broadside for over $30,000 + 0% Commission
FREE APPRAISAL. Email Nate@NateDSanders.com. Sell your Charleston Mercury broadside for up to $30,000 to $80,000 at The Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com), depending on condition. Is your Charleston Mercury broadside for sale and would you like to know the value? You may also phone us at (310) 440-2982.
Charleston Mercury Broadside
Did you know that the Charleston Mercury was critical of Jefferson Davis and the Confederate generals, where its competitor, the Charleston Courier, was for them? And because of the Charleston Mercury’s secessionist views, the famous Charleston Mercury broadside appeared and made history. Here are prices for the Charleston Mercury broadside at auction:
In 2017 , a Charleston Mercury broadside sold for almost $25,000 in damaged condition
In 2016, a Charleston Mercury broadside sold for $35,000 in great condition
In 2009, a Charleston Mercury broadside sold for over $75,000 in near mint condition
In 2001, a Charleston Mercury broadside sold for just over $10,000 in damaged condition
We, at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to $30,000 to $80,000 for you for your Charleston Mercury broadside. Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com.
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We recently sold an Albert Einstein letter signed regarding Adolf Hitler for $31,250. Here is an article about it:
“No hope left for Europe”: Einstein’s warning of Hitler’s rise to power sells at auction
A letter written by Albert Einstein to a close friend predicting Adolf Hitler’s rise has surpassed estimates at a US auction.
Albert Einstein 1938 ALS Regarding Hitler: ”…Hoping that Hitler might let off steam…[Chamberlain] saved Hitler in the nick of time by crowning himself with the wreath of love of peace…” / Click above for larger image.
Ten days after the Munich Agreement effectively ceded Czecholslovakia to Hitler, Einstein took up his pen. He condemned UK prime minister Neville Chamberlain for appeasing the German leader, predicting that the act would embolden him and further damage European alliances.
“I do not have any hope left for the future of Europe”, Einstein writes. He goes on to slam Chamberlain for hoping Hitler “might let off steam by attacking Russia”. In addition to these observations of the political landscape, Einstein says: “I wouldn’t be alive if I didn’t have my work.”
The two-page document, written in German, is signed by Einstein and datelined Princeton, 10 October 1938. It is addressed to the scientist’s friend Michael Besso, a Swiss engineer. It came to auction at Nate D Sanders from a private collector.
Bidding at the timed sale opened at $25,000 and the letter ended up taking £31,250 (£24,200), including buyer’s premium, when the auction closed last week.
FREE APPRAISAL. Email Nate@NateDSanders.com. Sell your Charleston Mercury broadside for up to $30,000 to $80,000 at The Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com), depending on condition. Is your Charleston Mercury for sale and would you like to know the value? You may also phone us at (310) 440-2982.