Omar Bradley Autograph

The most expensive item with a signature of Omar Bradley (SIGNED LETTER (1965) FROM WWII GENERAL OMAR BRADLEY, OPINIONS ON GERMAN STRATEGY) was sold on eBay in March 2013 for $500.00 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 (5) was March 2013 with an average selling price of $104.39 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 $78.77.

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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 High Quality Photo Mint. With Transmittal Letter$224.5009/06/2014
Generals Omar Bradley & Ralph Royce Autographs Signed Cover Noted WW2 Commanders$175.0009/09/2014
OMAR BRADLEY - 5 STAR GENERAL WWII - SIGNED Inscribed AUTHENTIC Vintage PHOTO $499.9909/08/2014
Omar Bradley Autographed Signed 3 x 5 Index Card US Army Officer$495.0009/03/2014
OMAR BRADLEY FIVE STAR GENERAL OF THE ARMY SIGNATURE$475.0009/03/2014

Traded items with a signature of Omar Bradley

In total, we tracked 106 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  
1972 Omar Bradley signed card,Letter signed by Captain S.E. Duncan, Aide de Camp$74.9908/19/2014
OMAR BRADLEY Autographed Hardcover BOOK A Soldiers Story 1951 Holt 1st Edition$75.0007/29/2014
Omar Bradley signed autographed FDC/Cachet '45 - Last 5 Star General - Inscribed$74.9906/10/2014
U.S. WWII Generals - Autographed by Omar Bradley, Lemnitzer, Clay, Collins +$100.9906/17/2014
WW II OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIR SIGNED OMAR BRADLEY$7.0005/25/2014

Latest News about Omar Bradley

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.

Moberly loses first game at ‘Gen. Omar Bradley Field’ to Helias 12-2 (04/16/14): On a day when Moberly High School honored a famous 1910 graduate, naming its baseball field after this country’s last 5-star General of the Armed Forces, Jefferson City Helias unfortunately spoiled Tuesday’s grand ceremony by wounding the Spartans 12-2 in five innings.

Moberly names Gen. Omar Bradley Field (04/16/14): 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.

Moberly ceremony to honor Gen. Omar Bradley on March 15 (04/10/14): Come next Tuesday, the public is invited to join the Moberly Public School District in a special dedication ceremony to name the high school’s baseball field after the country’s last 5-star general officer in the U.S. Army, the late General Omar N. Bradley.