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Robert Frost's Autographs and Signatures for Sale

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ROBERT FROST.
Autograph Letter Signed, Yours Ever Ian, one page, quarto, undated. On imprinted stationery, Goldeneye, Oracabessa, Jamaica, to "Dear Allou".
$5,750
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Photograph. Frost is shown standing up before a podium, reading from a book. He is wearing a smile as he puts his finger up to his face, as if the hush the audience. Inscribed ...
$7,000
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Photograph. Frost is shown outside, seated in a chair. Signed and Inscribed, "Robert Frost / To his faithful gardener of souls, Gardener Jackson," in the light portion of Frost's image. The black and white ...
$7,500
ROBERT FROST.
An invitation from the Pan American Union, Signed by Frost in the upper portion, below the emblem of the Organization of the American States. "The Pan American Union cordially invites you to hear the renowned ...
$1,500
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Book. "North of Boston". Signed twice on the front free endpaper, "Robert Frost / South Shaftsbury, Vermont / 1924" , and, "To Virginia and John Flanagan / from Robert Frost / the very best ...
$975
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Book. A Masque of Reason. Signed and Inscribed, "Robert Frost / to Gale Noyer / with greetings / Providence 1955" on the front free endpaper. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1945. Octavo; 23 ...
$975
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Book. Autograph Manuscript Signed, one page, octavo, on the front free endpaper of the first edition of his book "A Witness Tree". Frost pens 12 lines of poetry entitled Beech, the text of which ...
$5,750
ROBERT FROST.
Signed Book. "A Masque of Mercy". Signed and limited edition, number 27 of 751 copies. Signed on the limitation page. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1947. Quarto, 46 pages. Original tan and blue cloth ...
$975

Robert Frost's autographs, signatures and signed letters are more available for admirers and collectors than might be imagined considering his continued popularity among today's readers of literature in general - not just poetry. Frost introduced poetry to many generations and during his long life was very responsive to admirers and fans of his poetry seeking his autograph. Also contributing to Robert Frost's autograph and signature being collectible today is his fame throughout his life and the clarity of his signature. The latter meant that everyone could instantly recognize Robert Frost's autograph and signature and the former ensured that the people recognized the importance of saving his writing.

Robert Frost's Signed Letters

Robert Frost's signed letters are much scarcer than his signatures or signed books. In part this is because his letters have been collected by institutional libraries and specialized private collectors during, and since, his lifetime. Letters signed by Frost infrequently are on the market, but there are opportunities to acquire one.

Robert Frost's autograph fair copies are surprisingly obtainable. Frost would write out his poems for friends and these were treasured and saved. While obtainable, these are not common, nor inexpensive. They are a wonderful connection with the poet who memorably appeared at John F. Kennedy's inauguration and whose poems are still part of America's educational experience. They are real treasures and when a person finds a handwritten example of a favorite poem it is a magical experience.

Robert Frost Signed Books and Photographs

Robert Frost signed books for individual collectors and also signed books as part of limited editions by his publishers. These are generally available [depending on the specific book and its edition]. Robert Frost signed photographs are scarcer than his autographs and signatures and much less frequently encountered. Frost did not have a supply of photos to sign for admirers and fans, so unless someone brought one to him, he didn't provide them.

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