Linda Harrison Autograph

Linda Melson Harrison (born July 26, 1945) is an American television and film actress. She played Nova in the science fiction film classic Planet of the Apes (1968) and the first sequel, Beneath the Planet of the Apes; she also had a cameo in Tim Burton's 2001 remake of the original. She was a regular cast member of the 1969–70 NBC television series Bracken's World. She was the second wife of film producer Richard D. Zanuck (Jaws, Cocoon, Driving Miss Daisy, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory); her youngest son is producer Dean Zanuck (Road to Perdition, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). More about Linda Harrison

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Current items with a signature of Linda Harrison

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Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON 1999 PLANET OF THE APES NOVA CARD AUTOGRAPH PSA DNA COA SIGNED$59.99logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison Nova PLANET OF THE APES 8x10 AUTOGRAPHED Signed Glossy Photo POA$28.00logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON PLANET OF THE APES NOVA AUTOGRAPH PSA DNA SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH$59.99logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON PLANET OF THE APES NOVA AUTOGRAPH PSA DNA SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH AUTO$49.99logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison Signed 4 x 6 Photo Actress Planet Of The Apes Sexy G$27.99logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON SIGNED PLANET OF THE APES 8X10 PHOTO ACOA cert$39.95logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON SIGNED PLANET OF THE APES 8X10 PHOTO ACOA cert$39.95logo
Linda Melson Harrison was born in Berlin, Maryland. She was the third of five daughters of Isaac Burbage Harrison, a nurseryman, and his wife, Ida Virginia Melson, a beautician. She was the middle child, with two older sisters, Kay and Gloria, and two younger sisters, Jane and Joan. The Harrisons, like Linda's maternal Melson ancestors, had a long history in the Delmarva region. According to Ancestry.com, the Melson family were mid-17th century immigrants to Maryland from Melsonby St James in North Yorkshire. The Anglo-Welsh Harrisons had been resident for generations in West Kirby, Cheshire, when one Richard Harrison, son of another Richard Harrison, emigrated in the early 17th century from West Kirby to the New Haven Colony in what is now Connecticut, thence to Maryland. Richard's direct descendant, Harrison's paternal grandfather, Joseph G. Harrison, and Joseph's older brother, Orlando Harrison (Mayor of Berlin 1900–1910 and 1916–1918 and Maryland State Senator for Worcester County, 1916-1928), established J.G. Harrison & Sons Nurseries, which were, at one time, the largest fruit tree nursery business in America, employing some five hundred workers. The former Harrison Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park campus, which Harrison attended briefly, was named for her paternal great-uncle, Senator Orlando Harrison.

"I knew she'd be a star when she was only five," Ida Harrison told an interviewer in 1969. Mrs Harrison, who described her middle daughter as "a little ham", enrolled her in ballet and acrobatics classes at age five. By age six, Harrison was performing on stage, and liking it. She attended Berlin's Buckingham Elementary School, which her mother and all her sisters attended. In 1956, when she was eleven, Harrison's acrobatic performance earned her first prize in the Delmarva Chicken Festival Talent Contest. Six years later, at the same festival, Harrison won the "Miss Delmarva" beauty contest. By the time she entered Berlin's Stephen Decatur High School, Harrison had become a skilled acrobatic dancer. Harrison also dreamed of becoming an actress and a star. Read even more about Linda Harrison at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Linda Harrison

In total, we tracked 100 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Linda Harrison (1968 PLANET OF THE APES Photograph Signed Charlton Heston Linda Harrison PSA Cer) was sold in November 2019 for $180.00 while the cheapest item (LINDA HARRISON Authentic Hand Signed Autograph 4x6 Photo - FAMOUS ACTRESS) found a new owner for $0.75 in July 2023. The month with the most items sold (5) was February 2021 with an average selling price of $31.00 for an autographed item of Linda Harrison. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2020 with $99.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.25 was July 2023. In average, an autographed item from Linda Harrison is worth $24.95.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Linda Harrison were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON Nova Signed 8x10 Photo Autograph W/ COA$50.00logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison Signed 8x10 Photo AUTO JSA COA$18.50logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison signed autographed 5x5 photo as Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968)$6.48logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison signed autographed 5x7 photo as Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968$5.83logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison signed autographed 5x7 photo as Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968$0.99logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison signed autographed 5x7 photo as Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968$5.50logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON SIGNED PLANET OF THE APES 8X10 PHOTO ACOA cert$39.95logo
thumbnailLINDA HARRISON SIGNED PLANET OF THE APES 8X10 PHOTO ACOA cert$39.95logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison The Planet of the Apes AUTOGRAPH Signed 'Nova' 5x7 Photo ACOA$35.00logo
thumbnailLinda Harrison The Planet of the Apes AUTOGRAPH Signed 'Nova' 5x7 Photo B ACOA$35.00logo