Signed Historical Letters & Documents
History is constantly being made all around us. Other timeless pieces of our history are tied to other notable figures of past generations that touched us forever. Moments in Time is passionate about the collection of pieces of this history in the form of rare autographs, signed historical letters, vintage photographs and more. Celebrating the preservation of our honored past is who we are.
Possessing these items gives one a sense of pride. With these manuscripts you can fall into the moment of their creation as they are truly a “moment in time”. We are proud to be one a premier autograph dealer in the United States with a large collection of historical documents for sale. We urge you to contact us with any inquiries regarding particular individuals of interest to you. With our “want card” system, you will be notified of any new material we acquire that may meet your collecting needs. Moments in Time is also happy to provide a Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity on all that we sell.
We take great pride in buying and selling historical treasures and passing them onto those who value them as much as we do! Peruse our website to see our inventory and contact us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
The man who set baseball records and created baseball legend with his thunderous swing, playful nature and flashy lifestyle has wowed fans once again. Nearly nine decades after Babe Ruth was sold by the Boston Red Sox to the New…Read More
… Impressed with this sentiment and at the same time fully convinced that our affairs will take a more favorable turn. The Congress have judged it necessary to dissolve all connection between Great Britain and The American Colonies …Read More
In a broadcast to the French people: …La guerre est gagnee! Voici la Victoire! C’est la Victoire des Nations Unies et c’est la Victoire de la France! … Honneur pour toujours a nos armees et a leurs chefs! Honneur a…Read More
The Territory of California, ceded to the United States by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, adopted a Constitution which was ratified on November 1849. It outlawed slavery and, as a result, Federal recognition of California’s status was blocked…Read More
(May 20, 1804) (Napoleon was named Emperor on May 18th 1804 and his coronation was December 2nd 1804) The story of Napoleon Bonaparte’s quest to become Emperor is truly fascinating. The story begins in Egypt in 1798. Napoleon Bonaparte, already…Read More
(1859-1935) French Army Officer Whose Trial for Treason Began a Twelve-Year Controversy that Deeply Marked the Political and Social History of the Third French Republic (February 14, 1895) Written by Dreyfus to the minister of Colonies at the very moment…Read More