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Important Elizabeth Taylor Memorabilia at Auction

For many child actors, being suddenly thrown into the fame and limelight of Hollywood can prove strenuous and sometimes career-debilitating — but for Elizabeth Taylor, who suddenly became a worldwide sensation at 12 years-old, it marked the beginning of an epic career that spanned decades.

Taylor began her acting career at age 9 soon after moving from England to Beverly Hills during the Golden Era of Hollywood when the studios just about controlled every aspect of actors’ lives.

A few…

A Presidential Medal of Freedom That Leaves One Speechless

We are proud to be auctioning Robert McNamara’s Presidential Medal of Freedom — the highest civilian award the US can offer.

McNamara, Defense Secretary under JFK and Johnson, received the prestigious award with Distinction in 1968 after a tumultuous period in American history — the Vietnam War.

His prestigious medal became symbolic in his career because of his and Johnson’s further and further differing of opinion in strategy as the war escalated.

His position as…

How to Determine Prices When Selling Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia

If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell Marilyn Monroe memorabilia or autographs with, please email Nate@natedsanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.

To view our current auction’s selection of memorabilia, click here.
It’s not easy to determine the value of autographs or Marilyn Monroe memorabilia, and yet, for hundreds of years, people have continued to collect items passed down from one generation to the next, half the time not realizing how much their items may hav…

Albert Einstein Autograph Letter Signed: The Personal is Political

If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell an Albert Einstein autograph or letter signed, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call (310) 440-2982.
Albert Einstein Autograph
Nate D. Sanders Auctions sold this Albert Einstein autograph letter signed for $53,504:

Remarkable Albert Einstein Autograph Letter Signed, Along  With His Initialed Drawings — Explaining the Science Behind His Groundbreaking Work on Electrostatic Theory and Special Relativity

Albert Einstein autogra…

The Queen of Style — Princess Diana Memorabilia

To buy, consign or sell Princess Diana memorabilia, autographs, dresses or letters, please see http://www.NateDSanders.com or email Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Marrying into the most famous British family is one thing, but becoming a beloved humanitarian and fashion icon is quite another, and Princess Diana traversed those two roles effortlessly — and remains the quintessential royal icon, whose style continues to be followed, mimicked, adored.

Becoming the Princess of Wales also meant…

Tony Award For Sale

As Hollywood memorabilia remains a hot, hot commodity in the auction world, we have had the opportunity to have a few Tony Award for sale over the years, given to some of theater’s most luminary actors and actresses.

In the theater world, the award trumps all others, and each year, seasoned Broadway actors, directors and productions wait eagerly to see if they are one of the top contenders for the coveted award. 

Tony Awards’ eponymous inspiration, Antoinette Perry, had passed away in…

Walk of Fame Awards Are The Name of The Game

The Hollywood Walk of Fame lines the sidewalks of fifteen blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood, California. With more than 2,400 stars and counting, it’s one of the highest honors in the entertainment industry.

Actors, musicians, directors, and many others who have earned this status receive a permanent space on the sidewalk commemorating their career forever. 

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce receives an average of 200 nominations for…

May The Force Be With You — Don’t Forget Your Pants — The Ultimate Star Wars Memorabilia

If you are looking to auction, buy, consign or sell your Star Wars memorabilia including original Star Wars movie props and wardrobe, please contact Nate@NateDSanders.com.

Light saber. Check. Join the Alliance . Check. Cool outfit. Check.  Star Wars Memorabilia at its best.

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It’s no pressure or anything to be The Last Hope, but for Luke Skywalker, probably the most iconic character in film history, that role was easy to fill.

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And the Award Goes To… Captain Kangaroo! Captain Kangaroo! … Captain Kang-a-roooo!

After more than 9,000 television performances as the ever-memorable, iconic children’s show host, Captain Kangaroo, it’s true blue that the man in the red jacket be lauded for his lifelong pursuits.

Bob Keeshan was a pioneer of children’s television at every stage in his career. His awards include five Emmy Awards in 1978, 1981-1984, three Peabody Awards in 1958, 1972, 1979 and many, many more — including the Clown Hall of Fame!

Asked once if he ever dreamed of parlaying his fame into…

Good Morning, Captain!

Millions of children in 1950s America remember the jovial man who entertained them on television for 30 years with his whimsical wit, his charming presence, his iconic moustache.

On the premiere episode of Captain Kangaroo, which aired on 3 October 1955, he addressed the camera with the following:

“Let me introduce myself. My name is, uh, Kangaroo… Kangaroo — Captain Kangaroo … I’m the keeper here of the Treasure House.”

Bob Keeshan, aka Captain Kangaroo, passed away in 2004,…

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