Our Ronald Reagan Memorabilia Auction Events Have a Huge Amounts of Sales
Ronald Reagan Memorabilia Auction
Items from our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction have a huge amount of sales — his White House china, his White House pens, etc. Pieces in the Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction can sell for a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Please take a look at some of the results from our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction:
Reagan Autographed 8×10 Signed Photo
Ronald Reagan color autographed 8″ x 10″ signed photo taken at Brandenburg Gate on June 12, 1987 during his famous speech to the people of West Berlin. Reagan’s famous quote re-written in his own hand: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” and signed “Ronald Reagan. The address Reagan delivered that day is considered by many to have affirmed the beginning of the end of the Cold War and the fall of Communism. On Nov. 9-11, 1989, the people of a free Berlin tore down that wall.” Signed in black felt tip pin, slight smudging to the “s” in “this,” the “R,” “l” and “d” in Ronald and the “R” in Reagan, but otherwise an excellent piece of American history. The most expensive item from the NateDSanders.com Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Sold for $13,513.
Ronald Reagan personally owned and used pen, engraved ”Ronald Reagan” in his familiar script along the cap. Mont Blanc Meisterstuck Solitaire Pinstripe vermeil gold roller ball pen is 925 silver. Fully functional in near fine condition with only light rubbing, indicating use by America’s beloved 40th President. Originally sold at Christie’s, still retaining the lotting tag. Possibly a Ronald Reagan used White House pen. A very valuable item from the Christie’s Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Value of $10,000. Minimum Bid $8,000.
Signed glossy photo of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signing the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty on 8 December 1987. Photograph was captured in the East Room of the White House. Reagan as U.S. President and Gorbachev as General Secretary of the Soviet Union sign the mat surrounding the 6.25” x 9.5” photo in black ink: ”M Gorbachev” and ”Ronald Reagan”. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Framed to overall size of 17.25” x 15.5”. Near fine. Sold for $4,915.
Dinner plate from the Ronald Reagan White House. White china features a gilt Presidential seal at center and navy blue, burgundy and gilt trim to rim. Underside reads in gilt, ”White House Service / by Robert C. Floyd / Fitz & Floyd, Inc. / Fine China / 1983”. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Plate measures 12” in diameter. Near fine. Sold for $3,125.
White House china plate from the Reagan administration. Elegant ivory color dinner plate with heavy black rim features a gilt presidential seal at the top and star-patterned gilt edge. Underside bears the maker’s mark of Castleton Studios. A pinhead-sized flaw to the top edge of the seal has undergone expert repair, else near fine. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Sold for $3,049.
President Ronald Reagan typed letter signed on official White House stationery, dated 6 July 1987. Letter is addressed to Mrs. Charles Grimm, wife of the late Charles Grimm, manager of the Chicago Cubs. Reads in full: ”Dear Marion: Thank you for your kind words about Nancy and myself, and your prayers. Just remember you are in our prayers too, and please be careful in your driving. You scared us with that trip to Rockford. We know how you feel about the absence of so many people we used to know. The ranks are thinning for those of us who are still hanging on. We just have to know they’ve gone through a door into that other place the Lord promised us, that place where there is no pain or sorrow. One day he’ll open the door for each of us, and we’ll be together again with friends and loved ones. But it’s up to Him to decide when that happens. In the meantime, we make new friends. Nancy sends her best, as do I. We’re looking forward to that book, so don’t give up on it.” Signed ”Ron” in black ink. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Letter is attached to mat measuring 8” x 10”. Minor toning, else near fine. Sold for $2,351.
President Ronald Reagan personally owned Executive Order pen, used to sign the President’s Commission on Organized Crime established in 1984. This important order was implemented to establish a region-by-region analysis of organized crime across the U.S. With a letter of provenance dated 6 February 1984 and signed in autopen, letter is addressed to Judge Irving Kaufman who was Chairman of the President’s Commission on Organized Crime: ”I am pleased to provide you with the enclosed pen, which I used at the Rose Garden signing ceremony last July for our Commission on Organized Crime. Your commission is vitally important to our promise to do all in our power to break apart and cripple the organized criminal syndicates that our country has tolerated for too long. I know that you have been a leader in the fight against organized crime for decades, and you have my deepest appreciation for your leadership and hard work.” Pen, letter, original envelope and plaque displaying Reagan’s full name are all nicely matted and framed to an overall size of 18.25” x 12.25”. Some minor scuffing to frame, else near fine. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Sold for $1,943.
Soup bowl from the personal collection of President Ronald and Nancy Reagan, owned and used by them at their Bel Air, California home. Off-white bowl is from the storied Italian firm of Richard Ginori, which was founded in 1735 and originally known as the Doccia Porcelain Manufactory by Marchese Carlo Ginori; now known as Richard Ginori, the firm was acquired by Gucci in 2013. Bowl was originally sold at Christie’s in New York and retains Christie’s lotting tag and sticker. Measures 8” in diameter. Near fine condition. Accompanying photo shows the President and Nancy sharing birthday cake on a plate from this service. From our Ronald Reagan memorabilia auction. Sold for $938.
Our Ronald Reagan Memorabilia Auction Includes:
Nancy’s Designer Pocket Books