Omar Bradley Autograph

The most expensive item with a signature of Omar Bradley (WWII Generals - Autographed by Spaatz, Omar Bradley, Gruenther, Collins & Clay) was sold on eBay in October 2014 for $749.00 while the cheapest item (AUTHOR SIGNED BOOK PATRIOTISM POLLARD OMAR BRADLEY 1973) found a new owner for $1.50 in November 2009. The month with the most items sold (6) was October 2014 with an average selling price of $125.00 for an autographed item of Omar Bradley. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2010 with $174.76 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $37.01 was August 2012. In average, an autographed item from Omar Bradley is worth $81.00.

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Current items with a signature of Omar Bradley

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

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Ending Date Store  
GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY SIGNED PIECE OF 3X5 LINED PAPER $99.9907/07/2015
OMAR BRADLEY - 5 STAR GENERAL WWII - SIGNED Inscribed AUTHENTIC Vintage PHOTO $499.9907/08/2015
OMAR BRADLEY - 5 STAR GENERAL WWII Signed Inscribed 11x14 Photo Framed AUTHENTIC$499.9907/08/2015
Omar Bradley Signed 3x5 Index Card Five Star General US Army WWII JSA COA$299.9507/11/2015
Omar Bradley Signed Autographed 1957 Bank Check PSA/DNA$772.99
WWII OMAR BRADLEY ARMY GENERAL SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED ROTC MEMBERSHIP CARD$49.9907/06/2015

Traded items with a signature of Omar Bradley

In total, we tracked 120 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 Omar Bradley were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title  ▼ Price   Ending Date Store  
Gen Omar Bradley Signed Letter with pic - 1948 Army Letterhead - PSA - D-Day-WW2$119.0002/04/2015
General Omar Bradley signed photo$70.0003/28/2015
GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY signed VINTAGE 8x10 photo - autographed photograph h$174.0005/31/2015
Omar Bradley signed cover PSA/DNA slabbed WWII General$199.0005/25/2015
WW2 GENERAL OF THE ARMY OMAR BRADLEY D DAY NORMANDY BULGE ARMY C-O-S SIGNED FOTO$52.9006/08/2015

Latest News about Omar Bradley

Students celebrate Omar Bradley Day (03/08/15): Moberly High School students honored a local legend on Thursday.

General Omar Bradley Day (02/20/15): General Omar Bradley Day was held Thursday, February 12 at the Moberly High School. This special event was held to commemorate and preserve the legacy of Moberly’s own Five Star General Omar Bradley.

General Omar Bradley Airport Fly-In Party (09/10/14): Moberly’s General Omar Bradley Airport Fly-In Party is being held Saturday, September 13th. All are invited out for food, entertainment, airplane rides and family fun!

Best & Brightest: Omar 'Bradley' Cardona, Aiken High School (05/20/14): Omar "Bradley" Cardona, of Aiken High School, is a finalist in the 2014 Best & Brightest Awards.

Moberly ceremony dedicates ball field as Gen. Omar Bradley Field (04/21/14): NOTE: This event took place April 15 and story published April 16, 2014.

Older News Stories about Omar Bradley

Moberly names Gen. Omar Bradley Field (04/2014): It was a memorable evening Tuesday (April 15) at Moberly High School — one that will go down in history as the night that this community honored one of its own 1910 graduates who went on to become this country’s last five-star general officer in the U.S. Army, having his name forever etched onto the Spartans baseball field stadium.