Signed Ricky Starks Darby Allin Custom Bodybag

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Signed Ricky Starks Darby Allin Custom Bodybag
Signed Ricky Starks Darby Allin Custom Bodybag

Signed Ricky Starks Darby Allin Custom Bodybag
Signed by Ricky Starks. Darby may have been inside it once. Proceeds go to’NAMI St. Tammany’ based in Louisiana. The item “SIGNED RICKY STARKS DARBY ALLIN CUSTOM BODYBAG” is in sale since Saturday, November 21, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Celebrities”. The seller is “rista_6016″ and is located in Austin, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed: Yes

Signed Ricky Starks Darby Allin Custom Bodybag

1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal

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1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal
1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal
1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal
1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal

1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal
1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Garcia Menocal. Dated in Paris on March 24, 1918 this letter contains two pages of text. Letter addressed to the Cuban President Mario Garcia Menocal. Raymond Nicolas Landry Poincaré (20 August 1860 15 October 1934) was a French statesman who served three times as 58th Prime Minister of France, and as President of France from 1913 to 1920. He was a conservative leader, primarily committed to political and social stability. Trained in law, Poincaré was elected as a Deputy in 1887 and served in the cabinets of Dupuy and Ribot. In 1902, he co-founded the Democratic Republican Alliance, the most important centre-right party under the Third Republic, becoming Prime Minister in 1912 and serving as President of the Republic for 1913-20. He attempted to wield influence from what was normally a figurehead role, being noted for his strongly anti-German attitudes, visiting Russia in 1912 and 1914 to repair Franco-Russian relations, which had become strained over the Bosnian Crisis of 1908 and the Agadir Crisis of 1911, and playing an important role in the July Crisis of 1914. From 1917, he exercised less influence as his political rival Georges Clemenceau had become Prime Minister. At the Paris Peace Conference, he favoured Allied occupation of the Rhineland. By this time Poincaré was seen, especially in the English-speaking world, as an aggressive figure (Poincaré-la-Guerre) who had helped to cause the war in 1914 and who now favoured punitive anti-German policies. His government was defeated by the Cartel des Gauches at the elections of 1924. He served a third term as Prime Minister in 1926-9. Aurelio Mario Gabriel Francisco García Menocal y Deop (December 17, 1866 September 7, 1941) was the 3rd President of Cuba, serving from 1913 to 1921. His terms as president saw Cuba’s participation in World War I. Born in Jagüey Grande, Matanzas, Cuba, García Menocal was thirteen when he was sent to boarding schools in the United States, first at the Chappaqua Mountain Institute in New York, and later at the Maryland Agricultural College. In 1884, he then went to Cornell University where he graduated in 1888 from the School of Engineering. While at Cornell University, he was a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity (Delta Chi Chapter). As a young man he was involved in Cuba’s fight for independence from Spain. When Cuba did receive independence following the SpanishAmerican War, García Menocal became a leading conservative politician. Mario García Menocal was elected President in 1912 and became known for his strong support of business and corporations. He was reelected in 1916, though the election was challenged by the liberals. In perhaps his most notable action, García Menocal authorized Cuba’s declaration of war against the German Empire on April 7, 1917, entering World War I a day after the United States. This was believed by many to be an attempt to get the United States to give more support to his government. In December, war was also declared against Austria-Hungary. While in office, García Menocal hosted the 1920 Delta Kappa Epsilon National Convention, the first international fraternity conference outside the US, which took place in Cuba. Private trains were hired from New England to Florida where the invited men and their families could travel in comfort and style, and upon arrival in Cuba each man was gifted a gold-trimmed box of cigars. García Menocal’s hospitality is still remembered in the fraternity to this day. Condition; document is in very good condition with some wear. The item “1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal” is in sale since Monday, October 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “old_world_collectibles” and is located in Toronto, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

1918 signed President of France Raymond Poincare to President Mario Menocal

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1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER

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1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER
1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER
1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER

1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER
1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER. Dated in New York on April 15, 1924. 7 1/2 x 10 inches. Personal letter written by on of the most important Cuban historians addressed to caricature master Massaguer. Written in new York on letterhead from hotel’Waldorf Astoria’. Fernando Ortiz Fernández (Havana, 16 July 1881 Havana, 10 April 1969) was a Cuban essayist, anthropologist, ethnomusicologist and scholar of Afro-Cuban culture. Ortiz was a prolific polymath dedicated to exploring, recording, and understanding all aspects of indigenous Cuban culture. Ortiz coined the term “transculturation, ” the notion of converging cultures. Disillusioned with politics in the early period of Cuban history and having been a member of President Gerardo Machado’s Liberal Party, and a Liberal member of its House of Representatives from 1917 to 1922, he became active in the early nationalist civic revival movement. Throughout his life Ortiz was involved in the foundation of institutions and journals dedicated to the study of Cuban culture. He was the cofounder of the Cuban Academy of the Language in 1926. He also founded Surco (founded 1930) and Ultra (193647), both journals that provided commentary on foreign journals. In 1937 he founded the Sociedad de Estudios Afrocubanos (Society of Afro-Cuban Studies) and the journal Estudios Afrocubanos (Afro-Cuban Studies). He helped found the journals Revista Bimestre Cubana, Archivos del Folklore Cubano, and Estudios Afrocubanos. Ortiz also developed a theory of activism within Cuba’s political system. He said that Afro-Cubans had been characterized negatively based on their African descent, and traits said to be primitive. He wanted to show the true nature of their culture: its language, music and other arts. His books, La Africania de la Musica Folklorica de Cuba (1950), and Los Instrumentos de la Musica Afrocubana (1952 – 1955) are still regarded as key references in the study of Afro-Cuban music. Fernando Ortiz died in Havana in 1969 and was interred there in the Colon Cemetery. Massaguer is remembered as the dominant force in graphic arts and popular periodicals in Cuba from the 1910s through the 1950s. During his long career, Massaguer created and published a number of magazines, including the highly influential Social and the widely popular Carteles. Citing Charles Dana Gibson and James Montgomery Flagg as influences, Massaguer developed a distinctive visual style in illustration and caricature, creating an instantly identifiable modernist look in his magazine covers and ads whose impact spread across Latin America. His sense of style extended to layout and content, modernizing and updating the Belle Epoque aesthetic previously dominant in Cuba. He was a founding member of the influential association of artists, writers, and theorists, the Grupo Minorista, whose Saturday lunches drew leading national and international artists and intellectuals. In addition to his activities in Cuba, Massaguer was famous internationally as an illustrator and caricaturist, publishing caricatures and illustration in Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and other American publications along with French and German magazines. He was active against the repressive Machadato, the regime of the dictator Gerardo Machado. Condition; Good with minor wear. The item “1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER” is in sale since Monday, November 25, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Celebrities”. The seller is “old_world_collectibles” and is located in Toronto, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Celebrity: Fernando Ortiz & Conrado Massaguer
  • Autograph Authentication: Dariusz Wojcik Authentication (DWA)

1924 Signed Letter by Afro-Cuban Historian FERNANDO ORTIZ to CONRADO MASSAGUER

1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs

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1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs

1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs
1851 Archive of 20 Docs Signed by Jose de la Concha Argentinian Born Prime Minister of Spain. He also served as Prime Minister of Spain. José Gutiérrez de la Concha e Irigoyen, Marqués de La Habana. Cohesive archive all from 1851. Each document signed by Jose de la Concha. Other signatures including from Bishop of Havana’El Obispo’. Twenty documents written in Havana. Total of 36 pages of text. José Gutiérrez de la Concha and Irigoyen, marquis of Havana. Military, politician and Spanish colonial governor. His mandate in Cuba was characterized by brutal repression, an example of this was the shooting of Narciso López after his failed expedition. When Federico Roncali ceased command in Cuba, José Gutiérrez de la Concha assumed as general captain and governor, taking office on November 13, 1850. The captaincy of Cuba was agitated: the revolutionary seed paid as a result of the tyrannical and omnimous actions of Tacon and O’Donnell had germinated. The random situation of the country demanded the presence of a man of firm character, severe resolution and foresight talent, but General Concha was far from possessing these qualities. Concha was accompanied by a commission responsible for directly observing the prevailing conditions in order to propose the necessary economic, political and administrative measures to achieve a readjustment of the colonial structures of government and to conjure the annexationist danger. In an address to the country aimed at taking possession of the Captaincy General, Concha said that he had the firm resolve to apply all the rigor of military laws to those who dared to attempt against the rights, which he deemed of course sacred, of the Bourbon branch for him. The man who spoke like this was preceded in Cuba by the fame of a sincere liberal, without bending or hesitation, so honest people welcomed him with respectful affection, even after the displacements of his aforementioned address. His liberalism translated into very little. He only admitted in his treatment and friendship to a man of advanced ideas, Ramón Pintó, Catalan with a respectable family and deep roots in Havana. The studies carried out by said commission, as well as the advice that Concha sought in notable figures of the ruling class of Cuba, turned his government into the initiator of a line of concessions and reforms of the mechanisms of the colonial apparatus based on a close alliance with the Hispanic and Cuban oligarchy of the Island. Its policy was closely linked to the promotion of private investments, which is why the management of the colonial Stadium was conceived as a guarantee of both the internal order and the effectiveness of its administrative and development mechanisms of the infrastructure. The tendency towards privatization and the protection of capital investment, together with a new sugar boom, had its immediate effects, not only economically, but also politically. Concha’s memories remained in Cuba’s government. His irresolute and dispossessed conduct of a true criterion of justice was consistent with the tone of the threats made in his speech when he took office. Port-au-Prince and Trinidad suffered the effects of their draconian procedures. On May 19, 1850 Narciso López, landed in Cárdenas with an expedition of about 610 men, of which only five were natural Cubans, with the purpose of proclaiming a free state, which, in the likeness of Texas, later requested his incorporation to The USA. In history there was more the memory that our current national teaching was hoisted there for the first time. In August of the following year he landed by Pinar del Río with another expedition, whose forces were soon exterminated, and Narciso López and other expeditionaries suffered death penalty in a vile club on September 1, 1851. On July 4, 1851 Joaquín de Agüero with about 60 men gave the shout of independence at the San Francisco del Jucaral estate, in Camagüey, in support of Narciso López’s expedition, whom he assumed had already landed successfully, drafting a Declaration of Independence. On July 23 they were captured, and on August 12, Agüero and two other patriots were shot. While O’Donnell was in command, he soon appointed Concha as Captain General and Governor of Cuba, replacing Juan González de la Pezuela, taking office on September 21, 1854. His second term was surrounded by social, economic and political problems that he did not know how to solve. During his tenure the assassination of the independentista Castañeda and the executions of DStrampes and Pintó took place. On February 6, 1855, Colonel Hipólito Llorente began to instruct cause by conspiracy to make the independence of the island of Cuba, ordering numerous arrests both in Havana and inside. The first to be arrested were Ramón Pintó (who had been a friend of Concha), Juan Cadalso and Dr. Once the Council of War was constituted, after deliberation, it requested the death penalty for all three. The auditor, Miguel G. Gamba, considering the sentence unfair, requested that his approval be suspended, but General Concha, who approved the death sentence, in vile club, of his friend Pintó, did not pay attention. And that of ten years in prison, in Ceuta, de Cadalso and Pinelo. On March 22, 1853, Ramón Pintó was executed and on March 31, Francisco José D’Strampes. In the economic field, the rise in prices and demand for sugar caused a state of prosperity from 1854 to 1856, which resulted in the development of numerous financial institutions and the corresponding investments. Such was the confidence of capital that, in the space of one year, 136 banks and corporations were founded. However, in 1857 an economic crisis caused the ruin of many of these investments, but the sugar and banking companies benefited from absorbing the properties of those who could not pay the loans. On September 2, 1858, the public streetcar service was inaugurated in Havana, and on October 5 of that year the Spanish Government approved the solution of engineer Francisco de Albear to supply water to Havana. José Gutiérrez de la Concha, having found no solution to most of the problems, ceased to be Governor and Captain General of Cuba in his second term on November 24, 1859, when Francisco Serrano y Domínguez assumed command. When Joaquín Jovellar y Soler ceased command in Cuba, José Gutiérrez de la Concha took over as Captain General and Governor, taking office on April 6, 1874. While in its previous mandates the independence and revolutionary spirit was brewing in Cuba, in its third term Concha had to face the libertarian war at its peak, which had begun six years earlier, in 1868, with the uprising of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes and other patriots. Máximo Gómez had penetrated Camagüey, initiated an invasion towards the center of the island, and in March 1874 he had fought in Las Guásimas the most important battle of our independence wars against a column of 3,000 Spanish troops causing him 1037 casualties. Many other actions occurred that year and the following, both of Concha’s mandate: attacks on Cascorro and Nuevitas and fighting in Camujiro and Los Alacranes (near Camagüey), in Hungary, Manaquitas, Vegas de Castaño and La Crisis (Sancti Spíritus), while in the eastern area Vicente García, Antonio Maceo and others also fought heroically. It is not known which victories against the rebels gave him the “merits” for which he was awarded the Great Cross of San Fernando and the titles of “Viscount of Cuba and Marquis of Havana”, because at that time he was 65 years old age, too many to go chasing the mambises by the manigua. José Gutiérrez de la Concha ceased as governor and captain general of Cuba in his third term on March 1, 1875, when he assumed command Cayetano Figueroa and Garahondo, which only lasted for a week, until March 8 he held the position gubernatura Blas Villate and de la Hera, count of Valmaseda. Condition; Very good with just minor wear. The item “1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs” is in sale since Thursday, March 5, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “old_world_collectibles” and is located in Toronto, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: 20 x José Gutiérrez de la Concha
  • Autograph Authentication: Dariusz Wojcik Authentication (DWA)

1851 Signed Jose Concha Argentina Born Prime Minister of Spain Archive 20 Docs

BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82”NO” album mwave / no photo card

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BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82''NO'' album mwave / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82''NO'' album mwave / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82''NO'' album mwave / no photo card

BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82''NO'' album mwave / no photo card
THIS IS BTS all members signed ORUL82 album. It doesn’t come with a photo card. It was bought from mwave. IT IS IN MINT CONDITION. Please refer to the photos above. Saturday, Sunday or public holidays the post office will not open. Please send me a message if you have any enquires. Hope you will like it and have a nice day^^. The item “BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82”NO” album mwave / no photo card” is in sale since Tuesday, February 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Non-Sport Trading Cards\Non-Sport Card Supplies & Accessories\Card Albums, Binders & Pages”. The seller is “kpopshop789″ and is located in Hong Kong, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Korea, Republic of
  • Features: Autograph

BTS signed / autographed O! RUL8,2 ORUL82''NO'' album mwave / no photo card

BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card

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BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card

BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card
THIS IS BTS all members signed DARK AND WILD album. It doesn’t come with a photo card. I bought it from mwave. IT IS IN MINT CONDITION. Please refer to the photos above. Saturday, Sunday or public holidays the post office will not open. Please send me a message if you have any enquires. Hope you will like it and have a nice day^^. The item “BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card” is in sale since Saturday, March 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Non-Sport Trading Cards\Other Non-Sport Card Merch”. The seller is “kpopshop789″ and is located in Hong Kong, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Korea, Republic of
  • Features: Autograph

BTS signed / autographed DARK AND WILD album mwave / no photo card

BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card

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BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card
BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card

BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card
THIS IS BTS all members signed Young Forever (night ver) album. It doesn’t come with a photo card. It is very rare. I bought it from a Korean fan who knows the staffs:D. IT IS IN nearly MINT CONDITION. Please refer to the photos above. Saturday, Sunday or public holidays the post office will not open. Please send me a message if you have any enquires. Hope you will like it and have a nice day^^. The item “BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card” is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Non-Sport Trading Cards\Other Non-Sport Card Merch”. The seller is “kpopshop789″ and is located in Hong Kong, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Korea, Republic of
  • Features: Autograph

BTS signed / autographed Young Forever album (night ver) / no photo card

Signed Funko POP! Gabriel Fluffy Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed

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Signed Funko POP! Gabriel Fluffy Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed

Signed Funko POP! Gabriel Fluffy Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed
Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed. The item “Signed Funko POP! Gabriel Fluffy Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed” is in sale since Monday, July 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pinbacks, Bobbles, Lunchboxes\Bobbleheads, Nodders\Modern (1970-Now)\Funko”. The seller is “sp_deals” and is located in Long Island City, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Character Family: Comedians
  • Year: 2019
  • Brand: Funko
  • Product Line: Pop
  • Material: Vinyl
  • MPN: 38526
  • Character: Gabriel Iglesias

Signed Funko POP! Gabriel Fluffy Iglesias Vinyl Figure Autographed

SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien

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SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien
SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien

SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien
Written on both sides. SIGNED BY JRR TOLKIEN. Dated July 4, 1939. The letter is in very good condition. Light spotting and light creasing at head and foot. The item “SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien” is in sale since Sunday, April 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Celebrities”. The seller is “rwsellers” and is located in Cleveland, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
SIGNED Hand-written Letter by J R R Tolkien

Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case

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Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case

Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case
All My Items are from My Personal Collection Over Many Years. Note if Any Documentation and/or COA it will be Shown in Photos. The item “Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case” is in sale since Sunday, April 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “lnvestments” and is located in Penticton, British Columbia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Signed Buzz Aldrin PSA Authentic Auto on Mission to Mars Cut from Book Slab/Case