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The most expensive item with a signature of John Updike (John Updike. Collection of Forty-Seven Signed Uncorrect Lot 45727) was sold on eBay in April 2015 for $750.00 while the cheapest item (John Updike signed picture postcard AUTHOR Witches of Eastwick RARE) found a new owner for $0.99 in April 2015. The month with the most items sold (17) was February 2009 with an average selling price of $22.50 for an autographed item of John Updike. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in April 2015 with $375.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was May 2013. In average, an autographed item from John Updike is worth $19.99.
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These are the most current items with a signature of John Updike that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|John Updike Rabbit is Rich 1981 SIGNED 1st Ed w/DJ Pulitzer Prize Winner||$225.00|
|John Updike Signed Autographed 3x5 Card JSA Certified Author Novelist Pulitzer||$79.99|
|John Updike Signed Golf Dreams Golf Book Writings on Golf JSA H55661||$99.00|
|SIGNED COPY OF TRUST ME BY JOHN UPDIKE||$19.95|
|SIGNED COPY SEEK MY FACE BY JOHN UPDIKE||$29.95|
In total, we tracked 270 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of John Updike were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|JOHN UPDIKE (FAMOUS AUTHOR) HAND-SIGNED VINTAGE COLOR PICTURE||$9.95|
|JOHN UPDIKE AUTHOR SIGNED CARD d. 2009||$11.90|
|JOHN UPDIKE Pulitzer Prize Author Autographed Signed 3 x 5 Index Card - d. 2009||$13.38|
|John Updike SIGNED Tamarack Press Poster Limited Edition Pulitzer Prize Winner||$24.99|
|John Updike, American Author of The Coup, signed typed Manuscript First Page||$68.97|
Biographer of John Updike gives formal talk at The Abraham Lincoln hotel (10/04/14): Adam Begley wrote the more than 500-page biography "Updike," on the life and works of Berks County native John Updike, but he doesn't expect it to contain the last words on the Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
Alvernia to host 3rd conference on John Updike's legacy (09/28/14): The Reading area will be rich with literary scholars on the run to workshops and tours this week as the John Updike Society presents its third conference dedicated to the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Berks County native.
Son of John Updike Accepts Position in Father’s Name at Alvernia University (08/2014): David Updike, son of acclaimed author John Updike, has been named the John Updike Scholar in Residence at Alvernia University, beginning Aug. 2014. (PRWeb August 13, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/201408/alvernia-updike/prweb12089904.htm
John Updike, Living His Entire Life As Literary Fodder (04/2014): Louis Menand: “People who imagine Updike as serenely aloof from the world of his contemporaries, afloat in a bubble of New Yorker fame and public adulation, are missing the point of much of what he wrote.
Reading "I'm not John Updike, and I never will be": Richard Kadrey has Kill City Blues (03/2014): With titles such as Aloha From Hell and Kill the Dead , it's clear that Richard Kadrey's "Sandman Slim" novels are not for the faint of heart, something that should be equally clear from just looking at the author.
Paperbacks: Higher Gossip, By John Updike (05/2013): Only whisper it, but some of us prefer John Updike's essays to his dissections of suburbia.
John Updike’s essays help us see paintings more clearly (02/2013): “Always Looking: Essays on Art” by John Updike (Knopf, 224 pages, $45)
‘Always Looking,’ by John Updike (11/2012): The essays in “Always Looking” display the qualifications of a novelist that John Updike brought to his moonlighting as an art critic.