Harry Houdini Autograph

Erich Weisz (March 24, 1874 – October 31, 1926), known as Harry Houdini (/huːˈdiːni/ hoo-DEE-nee), was a Hungarian-American escape artist, illusionist, and stunt performer, noted for his escape acts. His pseudonym is a reference to his mentor in magic, French magician Robert-Houdin (1805–1871). More about Harry Houdini

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Current items with a signature of Harry Houdini

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thumbnailHARRY HOUDINI legend & legacy by Brian Lead & Roger Woods signed ( magic)$25.42logo
thumbnailHARRY HOUDINI,Legend&Legacy by B.Lead & R.Woods(Signed)$45.00logo
thumbnailResurrecting Harry Houdini by Constance Phillips AUTHOR SIGNED New$10.00logo
thumbnailThe Life and Many Deaths of Harry Houdini by Brandon, Ruth Hardback *SIGNED* VG+$29.95logo
thumbnailTHE LIFE AND MANY DEATHs OF HARRY HOUDINI by Ruth Brandon (Signed TEN Times!!)$100.00logo
He first attracted notice in vaudeville in the United States and then as "Harry 'Handcuff' Houdini" on a tour of Europe, where he challenged police forces to keep him locked up. Soon he extended his repertoire to include chains, ropes slung from skyscrapers, straitjackets under water, and having to escape from and hold his breath inside a sealed milk can with water in it.

In 1904, thousands watched as he tried to escape from special handcuffs commissioned by London's Daily Mirror, keeping them in suspense for an hour. Another stunt saw him buried alive and only just able to claw himself to the surface, emerging in a state of near-breakdown. While many suspected that these escapes were faked, Houdini presented himself as the scourge of fake spiritualists. As President of the Society of American Magicians, he was keen to uphold professional standards and expose fraudulent artists. He was also quick to sue anyone who imitated his escape stunts. Read even more about Harry Houdini at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Harry Houdini

The most expensive item with a signature of Harry Houdini (Harry Houdini Signed Picture PSA Slab) was sold in December 2023 for $9500.00 while the cheapest item (Harry Houdini #4 Art Card Limited 9/50 Edward Vela Signed (Celebrities Men)) found a new owner for $1.99 in April 2024. The month with the most items sold (3) was January 2009 with an average selling price of $9.99 for an autographed item of Harry Houdini. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2022 with $3282.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.75 was November 2021. In average, an autographed item from Harry Houdini is worth $202.50.

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thumbnailAutographed Harry Houdini Antique Stage Cabinet Magic New York Home Address$2249.00logo
thumbnailDorothy Young SIGNED First Day Cover Harry Houdini Assistant Actress COA$20.00logo
thumbnailDorothy Young Signed Photo Harry Houdini Assistant Magician Actress Autograph$35.00logo
thumbnailHarry Houdini - Signed 1924 Typed Letter - PSA$4900.00logo
thumbnailHarry Houdini Autograph with COA$1665.00logo
thumbnailHarry Houdini autographed photo c.1904$2828.00logo
thumbnailOSCAR S. TEALE - SIGNED - HARRY HOUDINI - ILLUSIONIST - MAGICIAN - GHOST WRITER$175.00logo
thumbnailSherlock Holmes vs. Harry Houdini #1 SIGNED By Conor Mcreery$4.75logo
thumbnailTHE LIFE AND AFTERLIFE OF HARRY HOUDINI BY JOE POSNANSKI, SIGNED$25.00logo
thumbnailTHE LIFE AND MANY DEATHs OF HARRY HOUDINI by Ruth Brandon (Signed TEN Times!!)$100.00logo

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