Doc Holliday Autograph

John Henry Holliday (August 14, 1851 – November 8, 1887), better known as Doc Holliday, was a dentist and later a gambler, gunfighter, and a close friend and associate of lawman Wyatt Earp. Holliday is best known for his role in the events surrounding and his participation in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. He developed a reputation as having killed more than a dozen men in various altercations, but modern researchers have concluded that, contrary to popular myth-making, Holliday killed only one to three men. Holliday's colorful life and character have been depicted in many books and portrayed by well-known actors in numerous movies and television series.: 415 More about Doc Holliday

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thumbnailSIGNED Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait by Karen Holliday Tanner 1998 HC DJ$39.95logo
thumbnailSouthern Son The Saga of Doc Holliday Gone West Book Two Victoria Wilcox Signed$90.00logo
thumbnailSouthern Son The Saga of Doc Holliday Inheritance Book 1, Victoria Wilcox SIGNED$48.88logo
thumbnailThe Fourth Horseman by Randy Lee Eickhoff 1st ed hc 1998 SIGNED doc holliday$12.00logo
thumbnailTOMBSTONE VAL KILMER DOC HOLLIDAY ART PRINT signed by Shawn Howe 11x17$25.00logo
thumbnailTOMBSTONE VAL KILMER DOC HOLLIDAY ART PRINT signed by Shawn Howe 11x17$25.00logo
thumbnailVtg 1995 Signed First Edition HC Book Doc Holliday's Woman Jane Candida Coleman$44.99logo
At age 21, Holliday earned a degree in dentistry from the Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery. He set up practice in Griffin, Georgia, but he was soon diagnosed with tuberculosis, the same disease that had claimed his mother when he was 15 and his sister before his birth, having acquired it while tending to his mother's needs while she was still in the contagious phase of the illness. Hoping the climate in the American Southwest would ease his symptoms, he moved to that region and became a gambler, a reputable profession in Arizona in that day. Over the next few years, he reportedly had several confrontations. He saved Wyatt Earp's life during a saloon confrontation in Texas, and they became friends. In 1879, he joined Earp in Las Vegas, New Mexico, and then rode with him to Prescott, Arizona, and then Tombstone. While in Tombstone, local members of the outlaw Cochise County Cowboys repeatedly threatened him and spread rumors that he had robbed a stagecoach. On October 26, 1881, Holliday was deputized by Tombstone city marshal Virgil Earp. The lawmen attempted to disarm five members of the Cowboys near the O.K. Corral on the west side of town, which resulted in the famous shootout.

Following the Tombstone shootout, Virgil Earp was maimed by hidden assailants while Morgan Earp was murdered. Unable to obtain justice in the courts, Wyatt Earp took matters into his own hands. As the recently appointed deputy U.S. marshal, Earp formally deputized Holliday, among others. As a federal posse, they pursued the outlaw Cowboys they believed were responsible. They found Frank Stilwell lying in wait as Virgil boarded a train for California and Wyatt Earp killed him. The local sheriff issued a warrant for the arrest of five members of the federal posse, including Holliday. The federal posse killed three other Cowboys during late March and early April 1882, before they rode to the New Mexico Territory. Wyatt Earp learned of an extradition request for Holliday and arranged for Colorado Governor Frederick Walker Pitkin to deny Holliday's extradition. Holliday spent the few remaining years of his life in Colorado. He died of tuberculosis in his bed at the Hotel Glenwood at age 36. Read even more about Doc Holliday at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Doc Holliday

The most expensive item with a signature of Doc Holliday (Doc Holliday Signed Display ICZ Dave Norman Autograph COA) was sold in May 2024 for $3837.00 while the cheapest item (Doc Holliday #2 Sketch Card Limited 8/50 Edward Vela Signed) found a new owner for $0.99 in August 2022. The month with the most items sold (7) was May 2020 with an average selling price of $89.00 for an autographed item of Doc Holliday. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2021 with $405.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $3.25 was July 2021. In average, an autographed item from Doc Holliday is worth $74.50.

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thumbnail2 Vntg *SIGNED* BOB BOZE BELL Illustrated Life Times of Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp$69.99logo
thumbnailA FISTFUL OF THORNS BOOK SIGNED BY AUTHOR (OLD WEST NOVEL, DOC HOLLIDAY, NICE)$9.99logo
thumbnailAristocracy's Outlaw: The Doc Holliday Story by Sylvia D Lynch (1994) **SIGNED**$19.95logo
thumbnailJohn Henry: The Doc Holliday Story by Ben T Traywick 1996 1st Edition **SIGNED$19.99logo
thumbnailRoyal Doulton D6731 DOC HOLLIDAY Jug : Wild West 1984 Autographed + Paperwork$85.00logo
thumbnailSigned Royal Doulton Character Jug Odd Sz The Wild West Doc Holliday D6731 1984$66.00logo
thumbnailTHE ILLUSTRATED LIFE & TIMES OF DOC HOLLIDAY Bob Boze Bell SIGNED 11/50 Book 1$89.95logo
thumbnailVAL KILMER Signed Autographed TOMBSTONE Doc Holliday 11x14 Photo Beckett BAS$123.50logo
thumbnailVAL KILMER Signed Autographed TOMBSTONE Doc Holliday 11x14 Photo Beckett BAS$110.38logo
thumbnail⭐Signed⭐THE ILLUSTRATED LIFE & TIMES OF DOC HOLLIDAY Bob Boze Bell limited edi.⭐$75.00logo