Helen Keller Autograph

The most expensive item with a signature of Helen Keller (BEST Signed HELEN KELLER & Sullivan Autograph, MURAY Photo, Frame, COA, UACC) was sold on eBay in April 2013 for $1865.00 while the cheapest item (Actor OZZIE NELSON Hand Signed Sketch for Helen Keller) found a new owner for $18.49 in November 2010. The month with the most items sold (4) was August 2012 with an average selling price of $199.99 for an autographed item of Helen Keller. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2014 with $1500.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $62.99 was November 2010. In average, an autographed item from Helen Keller is worth $180.05.

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Current items with a signature of Helen Keller

These are the most current items with a signature of Helen Keller that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Ending Date Store  
Helen Keller & Anne Sullivan Macy Large Signed Photo$3000.0005/27/2015
Helen Keller Autographed Framed Letter (JSA)$3026.99
Helen Keller signed 8x10 Photo - 1940$1595.0005/31/2015
Helen Keller Typed Letter Signed re Teacher Annie Sullivan$1250.0005/26/2015
Letter signed by Helen Keller - RARE$1550.0005/31/2015
Rare Helen Keller Typed and Handwritten Signed Letter $25000.0005/26/2015

Traded items with a signature of Helen Keller

In total, we tracked 112 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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Most recently, these items with a signature of Helen Keller were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Ending Date Store  
Helen Keller Signed Letter, Helen Keller Letterhead 1949$147.5004/24/2015
Helen Keller Signed Letter, Helen Keller Letterhead 1949$125.0005/07/2015
Helen Keller Signed Photo With C.O.A. Lot 661$100.0005/19/2015
Letter signed by Helen Keller - RARE GREAT CONDITION $338.8905/08/2015
RARE SIGNATURE of HELEN KELLER AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE PENCIL ON PAPER$300.0004/19/2015

Latest News about Helen Keller

Helen Keller International Awarded Major Grant by USAID to Tackle Neglected Tropical Diseases in Africa (03/23/15): Helen Keller International is pleased to announce that it has entered a $35-million cooperative agreement with the United States Agency for International Development to lead a five-year project aimed at ...

In Pakistan’s war over books, even Helen Keller is not safe (02/14/15): Politicians and scholars are seeking to cut some references to Western figures and ideas from schoolbooks.

Helen Keller Puts the Smackdown on Mansplaining (02/11/15): She writes about a fictional couple, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, who try a role-reversal experiment: For a short time, he takes on the duties of the household. At first, Mr. Jones is infuriatingly smug: Because of "the wonders of science and modern efficiency," including electric mixers and automatically regulated gas stoves, he discovers that he is easily able to bake 10 cakes at once, rather than the ...

Helen Keller International Awarded Grant From The Community Foundation For Greater New Haven To Support ChildSight® ... (12/12/14): Helen Keller International is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a two-year grant of $200,899 by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

New Agreement Unites Legacies of Helen Keller and Fred Hollows (12/04/14): The global fight against avoidable blindness has been strengthened with the signing of a partnership between Helen Keller International and The Fred Hollows Foundation.Under the agreement, the organizations ...

Older News Stories about Helen Keller

Helen Keller International Focuses on Building Brighter Futures on Threshold of Centennial Anniversary (11/2014): Helen Keller International, one of the oldest and most respected global nonprofit organizations devoted to preventing blindness and reducing malnutrition, has launched a holiday campaign encouraging donors ...

'Miracle Worker' tells Helen Keller, mentor's story beautifully | Arts & Culture (10/2014): On a Friday night before one of the biggest games on the University of Tennessee's campus, an audience jumped to their feet to applaud an outstanding, riveting performance. "The Miracle Worker" brought in a packed house during the already busy weekend. Audience members were taken on a journey through ...

Local students receive Helen Keller experience at three-day camp (09/2014): Organizers of “Camp Courage: A Helen Keller Experience” in Tuscumbia are calling this year’s session a huge success, and two local students participated in all the program had to offer.

It's not easy to move Helen Keller (08/2014): Finally, Helen Keller has a new home.

Alderman: Helen Keller could see graffiti cancer in Chicago (07/2014): The small percentage of graffiti vandals who get nabbed by Chicago police would face potentially higher fines under a proposal put forward by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and endorsed Thursday by the City Council Public Safety Committee.

Helen Keller: 10 quotes on her birthday (06/2014): Helen Keller was born on July 27, 1880, in Tuscumbia, Alabama . Though deaf and blind, she overcame these impairments with the help of Anne Sullivan , who taught her to communicate through tactile sign language. This childhood breakthrough was only the beginning for Keller, who went on to write 12 books and several articles on a wide variety of subjects. She was the first deaf-blind person to ...

Laura Bridgeman, A Pioneer 50 Years Before Helen Keller (05/2014): What Is Visible imagines the life of Laura Bridgman, the first blind and deaf person to learn language, years before the more famous Helen Keller. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author Kimberly Elkins.

Helen Keller's Glimpse Of Beethoven's 'Heavenly Vibration' (03/2014): NPR's Scott Simon reads from a letter written by activist Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind. It was written in 1924, after she listened to a performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony.

Life of Helen Keller focus of 'Women in History' (02/2014): Even though she died in 1968, Helen Keller will appear in Fond du Lac on Saturday, March 22.

Germantown theater brings Helen Keller story to the stage (01/2014): Germantown Community Theater's new production of "The Miracle Worker" opens this weekend and runs through February 2.

Out of Our Past: Helen Keller's 1913 visit offers hope (12/2013): Exactly 100 years ago today a remarkable woman who devoted her life working for the betterment of others spoke in Richmond. Although blind and deaf, she clearly discerned the challenges faced by those confronting physical limitation. Helen Keller's life was a powerful example in showing how hope and work can allow individuals to triumph over adversity.

Tualatin High thespian prepares to portray Helen Keller in 'The Miracle Worker' (11/2013): Senior Natalie Fatehi turned to method acting to ready herself to portray young Helen.

Camp aims to provide 'Helen Keller experience' (10/2013): TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (AP) — A small group of students with hearing or vision impairments are attending the inaugural Camp Courage on the grounds of Ivy Green, Helen Keller's Tuscumbia birthplace. The 10 students gathered Thursday night for the start of what organizers describe as their Helen Keller experience at Camp Courage. The TimesDaily reports (http://bit.ly/17OeioF) that the students, all of ...

Blind Brook, Briarcliff high school take on Helen Keller (09/2013): What: "The Miracle Worker" Where: Briarcliff High School, 444 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff Manor When: 7:30 p.m., Nov. 20; 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturday.