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Academy Award Oscars Popular Auction Bids

From 2014 Academy Award Winners to Golden Age of Film
Oscars  have consistently been a popular auction item at Nate D. Sanders. We have seen some incredible prices realized for film memorabilia from Academy Award winners and the actual Oscars themselves have always been a draw.

Recently, Matthew McConaughey’s hat from Dallas Buyer’s Club sold at auction for $12,956.25, which was a spectacular price realized for this item whose minimum bid was $3,000. In that same March auction, Marlon…

An Incredible March Auction — Bidding Ends This Thursday!

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Nate’s March Autograph & Memorabilia Auction Now Online at NateDSanders.com

Our next memorabilia & autograph auction ends Thursday, March 27th.

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Incredible March Auction Highlights
The prominent…

An Incredible February Auction

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Nate’s February Autograph & Memorabilia Auction Now Online at http://natedsanders.com/catalog.aspx
Our next memorabilia & autograph auction ends February 27th.  Highlights are below:

Exceedingly Rare First Printing Dusjacket of ”The Great Gatsby” — Much More Rare Than the Legendary Novel It Houses

Rare first…

Original U.S. Flag That Hung Over JFK’s Casket Up For Auction

John F. Kennedy
With the entire nation and world in mourning after John F. Kennedy’s horrific assassination that 22 November 1963 day, plans of course were set in motion for his burial.

The State funeral of JFK took place over three days in D.C. following his assassination and on the Sunday after the assassination, his flag-draped coffin was carried on a horse-drawn caisson to the U.S. Capitol to lie in state. Hundreds of thousands of people — from dignitaries to common man lined…

Nate’s January Auction Makes Buying Memorabilia Easy

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Nate’s January Autograph & Memorabilia Auction Now Online at http://natedsanders.com/catalog.aspx.
Our next memorabilia & autograph auction ends January 30th.  Highlights are below:

Exceptionally Scarce Apollo 11 Flag Flown to the Moon — Signed by Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins

United States flag flown to the moon…

Incredible Barclay’s Premier League Football Auction of Match Worn Jerseys Signed

Few sports spark such fierce competition, loyalty and passion among fans as English football. As a national sport and pastime, the country has been divided in some of the most memorable games in history, hooligans abound, people cheersing like crazy in local neighborhood pubs.

Jerseys Signed Auction
Our current auction boasts of an incredible collection of signed and match-worn football jerseys from various English League teams — from Arsenal to Manchester United, we got most of t…

Captain Kangaroo’s Beloved Mr. Moose and Bunny Rabbit Up For Auction

Bob Keeshan
We are thrilled to have in our current auction the original Mr. Moose and Bunny Rabbit puppets obtained from Bob Keeshan aka Captain Kangaroo and used in production of his beloved and long-running series.

The only other known pair were donated to the Smithsonian, making these the only Mr. Moose and Bunny Rabbit in private hands.

Mr. Moose & Bunny Rabbit are also among very few puppets honored with the distinction of being included in the permanent collection of t…

Film Title Sequences as Art

From “James Bond” to “The Pink Panther” to “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, the opening title sequence of a film remains an integral moment in powerfully setting the tone of what will soon unfold.
Film Title Art
Like every other aspect of a film, the title sequence has of course evolved and reinvented itself over the decades, from the era of silent film, in which title sequences were often a series of cards that were photographed and incorporated, and gave context and cues to what was happening…

Honest Abe at the Desk

As one of the most unique Presidential items to come for auction at Nate D. Sanders, we are excited to have up for our Lincoln auction  —
Lincoln Desk
The original desk used by Abraham Lincoln while serving as a member of the House of Representatives for the State of Illinois.

Elected in 1834 at the young age of 25, Lincoln joined the Illinois General Assembly as a member of the Whig Party.

That he sat at this desk as a young politician is intriguing — even at 25, Lincoln already…

Willie Stark For President

As an actor who once described himself as looking like a “retired pugilist”, Broderick Crawford defied the expectations of Hollywood at the time, transitioning from a character actor to leading actor in his most career-defining role as Willie Stark in “All The King’s Men.”
Willie Stark

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With famous lines like, “You wanna know what my platform is? Here it is. I’m gonna soak the fat boys and spread it out thin.” It’s no wonder “All The King’s Men” became a cult classic…

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