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[CURRIER AND IVES.] James Merritt Ives.
IVES, James Merritt. American lithographer. Currier & Ives. Autograph Document Signed by Ives as "Currier & Ives," one page, quarto, April 9, 1859.
$8,750
ANSEL ADAMS.
Typewritten Letter Signed, one page, quarto, February 6, 1960. On his name imprinted stationery, to "Dear Nick."

"It was good to talk with you the other dayóalthough I must have sounded very dull indeed! This flu ...
$2,750

ANSEL ADAMS.
Typewritten Letter Signed twice, Ansel, and initials, one page, quarto, May 24, 1958. On his name imprinted stationery, to "Dear Nick."
$3,750
ANSEL ADAMS.
Typewritten Letter Signed, one page, quarto, November 19, 1963. On his name imprinted stationery, to the Photography Class of Jefferson High School in Daly City, California.
$950
ANSEL ADAMS.
Typewritten Note Signed, on the verso of a picture postcard of his photograph "Moon and Half Dome" in Yosemite National Park, October 15, 1979. To "Lou."
$1,500
CHARLES ADDAMS.
Signature, Chas Addams, boldly penned on a 4 by 6 inch sheet.
$1,750
CHARLES ADDAMS.
Original signed pen and ink drawing of a boy wearing pajamas, standing on a wicker chair and looking into a full-length mirror.
$8,500
THOMAS HART BENTON.
One Autograph Manuscript, 17 pages, and one Typewritten Manuscript, two pages, both unsigned, quarto, n.d.
$9,500
GEORGES BRAQUE.
Autograph letter signed, on a post card, undated. To Madame Marcelle Gant.
$5,500
EDWARD BURNE-JONES.
Signature, E. Burne-Jones, on a sheet of paper measuring 3 inches wide by 1 inches high.
$750
MARY CASSATT.
Autograph Letter Signed, two pages, oblong small octavo, [Paris, May 21, 1914]. In English, on her imprinted correspondence card measuring 5 3/8 inches wide by 3 5/8 inches high, to Dear Miss Hester. With the ...
$8,750
MARY CASSATT.
Autograph Letter Signed, M. Cassatt, one page, octavo, Paris, undated but circa 1904. To M. Anzoli, in French. "Would you please be kind enough to make for me, as soon as possible, a white frame ...
$12,500
PAUL CEZANNE.
Autograph Letter Signed, Paul Cezanne, November 30, 1896, two pages, octavo. In French. To Emile Solari.
$47,500
MARC CHAGALL.
Autograph Letter Signed, one full page, quarto, New York, 1945. In Russian.
$8,500
JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY.
Partly-printed Receipt Signed, J.C.Copley. one page, narrow oblong octavo, April, 2, 1787. Together with a printed prospectus of the subscription for the engraving of Copley's painting, "The Siege and Relief of Gibraltar," three and one ...
$35,000
GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.
Several original sketches on the verso of an Autograph Letter, incomplete draft, one page, octavo, April 16, 1850.
$1,750
GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.
Autograph Document Signed, in the text, one page, oblong octavo, August 5, 1835.
$1,250
NATHANIEL CURRIER.
Autograph Document Signed, two lines on a 2 1/4 by 8 inch sheet, New York, March 4, 1836.
$7,500
SALVADOR DALI.
Original pen and ink sketch, unsigned, full page, large quarto, n.d. Three abstract reclining forms, each propped up on a bent elbow and each extending a hand holding a bowl.
$7,500
SALVADOR DALI.
Printed Book, Dali...Dali...Dali... by Max Gerard, signed, inscribed and dated on the first page of the text. The painter has elaborated his initial D with a drawing.
$7,500
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Artist signatures, autographs, signed letters and other collectibles vary in availability, and collector demand varies widely. The most popular area of interest among collectors is the French artists, beginning with early Impressionism in the 19th century and continuing well into the 20th century. Signed letters of Edouard Manet, the originator and leader of Impressionism, are, relative to other artists of the later period, much rarer and more in demand. Claude Monet was very well-known and signed many letters, but he is in great demand by collectors. More likely to be found are signed pieces by Auguste Rodin, the leading sculptor of realism. Pablo Picasso would give his autograph signature to admirers both through the mail and in person, but the international interest in Picasso has created a demand that has made his autograph signature difficult to find. The autographs of Henri Matisse, a leading fauvist painter and sculptor, are much rarer than the artist signatures and autograph material of his contemporaries. The Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali signed his autograph under many different circumstances but his popularity has caused him to not be as common as he might be.

In the field of American art, John James Audubon's autograph signatures and signed pieces are quite rare. The sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens less so, but his signed letters have been collected by an institutional library. John Singer Sargent, who wrote many signed letters of a social nature, has generally been available. The two American Western sculptors and painters, Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell, are quite rare in autograph material, as is Albert Bierstadt.

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