Extremely rare Greta Garbo original signed personal check. This rare personal check, 6.25 x 2.75, drawn on the Chase Manhattan Bank of New York was filled out and signed in green felt tip by the legendary Greta Garbo. The Check, dated June 21, 1968 is made out to “Cash” includes Chase cancellation stamp, dated June 21, en verso. Garbo did not sign often, so this check is a fabulous find indeed! Very Fine Condition.
This item has been examined by one or more PSA/DNA experts and is accompanied by a PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity
PERSONAL CHECK FROM MAE WEST DATED DEC 28 1934
HOLLYWOOD & CAHUENGA BRANCH SECURITY-FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES
SIGNED BY MAE WEST
MEASURES 3 X 9 INCHES
IN MINT CONDITION, A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF HOLLYWOOD MEMORABILIA!
Mae West (August 17, 1893 – November 22, 1980) was an American actress, playwright, screenwriter, and sex symbol.
Known for her bawdy double entendres, West made a name for herself in Vaudeville and on the stage in New York before moving to Hollywood to become a comedienne, actress and writer in the motion picture industry. One of the more controversial movie stars of her day, West encountered many problems including censorship.
When her cinematic career ended, she continued to perform on stage, in Las Vegas, in the United Kingdom, on radio and television, and recorded rock and roll albums.
BETTIE PAGE AUTOGRAPHED LITHOGRAPH AND SIGNED BY OLIVIA ARTIST. COMES WITH THE COA FROM PSA/DNA AND A LETTER FROM ROBERT BANE GALLERIES AS WELL. CLICK PICTURE NOW TO MAKE AN OFFER ON OUR EBAY LISTING AND WE WILL SHIP THIS FREE! CALL 909-484-8322 TO PURCHASE DIRECTLY FROM TRISH HESSEY AUTOGRAPHS OR EMAIL US TRISH@TRISHAUTOGRAPHS.COM
John Davison Rockefeller
was born July 8, 1839 on a farm in Richmond, New York. He was the second child of six born to William Avery and Eliza Davison Rockefeller. The family lived modestly, John’s father being a “pitch man” charging up to $25.00 for treatments for cancers. His father traveled and was gone for months at time and John’s upbringing fell mainly on his mother, who was very religious and disciplined. She taught her children to work, to save and to give to charities. After moving to Moravia and later to Owego, New York, the family moved to Ohio in 1853. They bought a house near Cleveland, in Strongsville, Ohio and John attended Central High School in Cleveland. John left high school in 1855 and took a six-month business course at Folsom Mercantile College. He completed the course in three months and began searching for a job as a bookkeeper or clerk in Cleveland. In 1855, business in Cleveland was adverse and John had trouble finding a job. After six weeks, Hewitt & Tuttle, a small company of produce shippers and commission merchants employed him as an assistant bookkeeper. Rockefeller worked hard and impressed his employers, arranging complicated transportation deals moving freight by railroad, canal and lake boats. He began to trade for his own account and his combination of caution; precision and resolve brought him to the attention of the Cleveland business community.
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