Collections of Railroadiana and Autographs by Soulis Auctions, brings to its collectors, a rare display of autographs by famous legends and antique railway souvenirs. A framed autograph of Al Capone, known famously as Scarface, clipped on a printed sheet of images of his cell at Eastern State Penitentiary, is the most valuable item in the auction. An authenticated and autographed list contains a Bob Dylan photograph, a record album of the legendary Elvis Presley, an inscription of Beatles co-founder John Lennon, framed alongside his images.
Mentionable pieces include the 1st edition, autographed copy of the famous book, Why We Can’t Wait. It narrates the history of the Civil Rights movement in Martin Luther King’s own words. A set of three railroad lanterns, a custom-made New York Central railroad mercury china, and many more form a part of the Railroadiana collection. Many such pieces representing railroad history will be put forth. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Soulis Auctions.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (234)
# of Lots:240
Price Range:$10- $10,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Al Capone framed clipped autograph display||
|Sonny Liston framed photo and autograph clip||
|Elvis Presley (1935-1977) signed record album||
|John Lennon autograph inscription clip with images||
|Great northern railways mountains & flowers china||
|Three rock island lines railroad lanterns||
|Bob Dylan signed 8x10 photograph with COA||
- Decorative Arts
- Al Capone
- autograph collectibles
- Autographs auctions.
- Bob Dylan
- Elvis Presley
- great northern railways
- John Lennon
- Martin Luther King Jr.
- New York Central railroad
- railroad lanterns
- Railroadiana auctions
- railroadiana collection
- railway antiques
- signature auctions
- Soulis Auctions
- Why We Can't Wait
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