University Archives is pleased to announce its next sale.

We keep breaking our own records at University Archives. When we launched our largest-ever 349-lot sale back in August, we did not expect to break that record again just four months later, but we did. University Archives is thrilled to present its BIGGEST sale to date: a sensational 440-lot extravaganza of amazing and unusual autographs, historical documents, rare books, manuscripts, collectibles, relics, coins, and currency. Collectors can ring in the New Year by acquiring the finest offerings from our Science, Space / Aviation, Presidential, Foreign, Literary, and Kennedyiana collecting categories.

Our January 2021 Auction is Now Closed — Thanks to All Those Who Participated

Isaac Newton

LOT No. 301 -- (Estimate: $130,000 - $160,000)

Isaac Newton Highly Important Manuscript on God and Creation 4 Pages Almost 2300 Words in English!

 

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Autograph Manuscript in English, exploring the nature of God, 4 pp., bifolium, 7.25″ x 11.75″, ink on paper with margins ruled in ink for further notation, c.1710, approximately 2260 words, extensively reworked, underlined and amended, some splitting at fold.

George Washington

LOT No. 419 -- (Estimate: $16,000 - $18,000)

Rare Commission For an Indian Fighter alongside W. H. Harrison, and Lewis and Clark in Legion of the United States.

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Partially Printed Document Signed, Commission of Nanning J. Vischer as Lieutenant in the Second Sub Legion, August 27, 1795, Philadelphia. To rank from May 1, 1794. Also signed by Secretary of War Timothy Pickering. 1 p., 14.875ʺ x 18.5ʺ. Backed with cloth; minor losses at upper and lower right corners; small holes at lower margin from previous framing. Displayed and matted to the left of the portrait of George Washington after Gilbert Stuart, to a completed size of 27.25″ x 23.”

John F. Kennedy & The Kennedy Assassination -- The Estate of Father Ronald Hoskins (1949-2020) "Assassinologist"

January will see an incredible selection of items from the estate of Father Ronald Hoskins (1949-2020), the noted assassinologist and collector of John F. Kennedy memorabilia.