Ray Bradbury Autograph

Ray Bradbury, born August 22, 1920, was an American author whose works fostered imagination, creativity, and wonder. He was best known for his books Fahrenheit 451, The Martian Chronicles, and Something Wicked This Way Comes. He was often referred to as one of the most famous writers of science fiction, horror, and mystery genres in America. Throughout his career, Bradbury's works were adaptations for Hollywood productions and theatre productions. More about Ray Bradbury

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Current items with a signature of Ray Bradbury

These are the most current items with a signature of Ray Bradbury that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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thumbnailRay Bradbury - Yestermorrow - Hardcover w/DJ 1st PRINT 1991 - SIGNED BY BRADBURY$45.00logo
thumbnailRay Bradbury 11 x 14 ORIGINAL ART Cat Sketch SIGNED Fahrenheit 451 Martian$450.00logo
thumbnailRAY BRADBURY SIGNED LOS ANGELES ORANGE COUNTY WEST LIGHT HC'S$45.00logo
thumbnailRay Bradbury Yestermorrow: Obvious Answers to Impossible Futures, signed 1st ed.$50.00logo
thumbnailRay Bradbury, Signed, Original 1Drawing, I Live by the Invisible, 2002 Poetry$75.00logo
thumbnailThe Cats pajamas by Ray Bradbury SIGNED!! Hardcover 2004 first edition 1st print$28.77logo
thumbnailThe Martian Chronicles Complete Ed Ray Bradbury SubPress/PS Pub 2009 Signed Ltd$800.00logo
Bradbury's career took off quickly, with his first publication being released at the age of 18. Bradbury's novel, Fahrenheit 451, first published in 1953, quickly became one of the most celebrated and popular books of the twentieth century. It was also made into a film in 1966. Bradbury's book, The Martian Chronicles, had numerous adaptations on television, stage, and radio. Bradbury befriended several Hollywood celebrities, and his work was adapted by such icons as filmmaker John Huston, who directed the film adaptation of his book, Moby Dick.

Later in life, Bradbury was awarded numerous honorary degrees and accolades for his work, including receiving the National Medal of Arts in 2004 from George W. Bush. Bradbury's legacy as a science fiction writer has inspired generations of writers and filmmakers to follow in his footsteps. In today's world, Bradbury's works continue to captivate readers and inspire creative efforts throughout the entertainment industry, as his works continue to be adapted for film, television, and the stage. Bradbury passed away in 2012, leaving behind a rich literary legacy as one of the most influential science fiction writers in history.

Traded items with a signature of Ray Bradbury

In total, we tracked 1406 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ray Bradbury (Ray Bradbury Signed Contract 1972 Martian Chronicles) was sold in January 2017 for $2000.00 while the cheapest item (ARTHUR C CLARKE & RAY BRADBURY 2 8X10 SIGNED BY CLARKE B/W) found a new owner for $1.00 in April 2012. The month with the most items sold (42) was November 2023 with an average selling price of $68.00 for an autographed item of Ray Bradbury. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2015 with $200.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.00 was April 2012. In average, an autographed item from Ray Bradbury is worth $51.00.

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

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thumbnailDinosaur Tales Ray Bradbury Signed Hardcover$120.00logo
thumbnailEaston Press THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES Ray Bradbury SIGNED Collector Edition$155.00logo
thumbnailMasks by Ray Bradbury, XX of 52 LTRD, Signed, 1st Edition, HCDJ, Traycase$275.00logo
thumbnailR Is For Rocket by Ray Bradbury SIGNED 1988 Bantam Paperback$55.00logo
thumbnailRay Bradbury DEATH IS A LONELY BUSINESS FIRST PRINTING HARDCOVER SIGNED$50.00logo
thumbnailRay Bradbury signed/lmted Bullet Trick, as new Gauntlet Press, book still sealed$122.50logo
thumbnailSIGNED Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury (Bantam, 1963)$39.90logo
thumbnailSomething Wicked This Way Comes Ray Bradbury Signed, Numbered Hardcover$109.00logo
thumbnailThe Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury (1997, Hardcover) Signed E7$125.00logo
thumbnailThe Martian Chronicles, Signed 1st Edition, by Ray Bradbury, 1997, Avon Books$68.00logo

Latest News about Ray Bradbury

Nearly 100 proposals pour in to create Ray Bradbury statue in Waukegan (03/14/15): A Waukegan Public Library-led committee exploring the possibility of building a statue of native son Ray Bradbury reported Friday that close to 100 proposals have been submitted "from sculptors, artists and fans" looking to honor the late author.

Woodbury University to Present Ray Bradbury Creativity Award To USC Scholar and (03/09/15): University’s Friends of the Library April 22 Benefit Celebrates Commitment to the Arts, Cultural Preservation, Social Activism – and Libraries (PRWeb March 09, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/03/prweb12568214.htm

Demise of Ray Bradbury's home has L.A. re-examining its history (03/08/15): It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote "Something Wicked This Way Comes." When the bulldozer knocked it down, literary scholars and preservationists were aghast. Go to news article

Ray Bradbury's house the most recent historic landmark to succumb to Los Angeles (03/08/15): The home's destruction came as a surprise in part because the guy who knocked it down was one of the city's most prominent architects and L.A. is in the midst of what officials call the most far-reaching study of historical structures undertaken by any city. Go to news article

Ray Bradbury home’s demise has L.A. re-examining its history (02/22/15): It was the house where Ray Bradbury wrote "Something Wicked This Way Comes," and when the bulldozer came to knock it down literary scholars and preservationists were aghast.

Older News Stories about Ray Bradbury

Quotable Science: Ray Bradbury (02/2015): Author and poet Ray Bradbury was best known for his novel, 'Fahrenheit 451.'

Ray Bradbury Says His Writings Actually Inspired L.A. Mall Architecture (01/2015): Apparently, the iconic writer inspired the architecture and urban development behind L.A. malls like the Glendale Galleria, Hollywood and Highland Center and Century City. [ more › ]

Ray Bradbury: how to burn a book without fire (12/2014): Thought for the day... Go to news article

Editorial: Put on your Ray Bradbury thinking caps (11/2014): EDITORIAL: Just when we were feeling down in the dumps about Ray Bradbury’s ignored legacy, along come folks at the Waukegan Pubic Library to resurrect faith in smart thinking. Go to news article

“Wrath of Titans” scribe to adapt Ray Bradbury's “Something Wicked” (10/2014): The story follows two teen boys whose small Midwestern town is taken over by a carnival featuring a mysterious leader.

Ray Bradbury's collection of books, art and more sells for $493,408 (09/2014): A collection of Ray Bradbury's personal book collection, art, rare science fiction ephemera and more was auctioned last week for close to a half-million dollars.

Film Scene: Woody Allen, Ray Bradbury and 'The Sound of Music' (08/2014): Pop quiz: How is Woody Allen like Pee-wee Herman? OK, OK, there may be a few ways one could answer that question. So let's make it more specific. How is Woody Allen like Pee-wee Herman, Mr.

Canyon News - SMPL Explores "Orbiting Ray Bradbury's Mars" (07/2014): SANTA MONICA —The Santa Monica Public Library will be presenting Gloria McMillan's “Orbiting Ray Bradbury's Orbiting Mars” on July 30. McMillan's book was published in 2013.

Waukegan hosts annual Ray Bradbury festival (06/2014): The 15th Annual Ray Bradbury Dandelion Wine Fine Arts Festival will be held in Bowen Park in Waukegan Saturday, June 7.

Waukegan’s Ray Bradbury Dandelion Wine Fine Arts Festival kicks off June 7 (05/2014): Waukegan's 15th annual Ray Bradbury Dandelion Wine Fine Arts Festival kicks off June 7.

Ray Bradbury Honored with New Short Story Collection, “A Short Walk to the Other (02/2014): Author Matthew J. Pallamary’s new collection launches at Southern California Writers Conference in San Diego on 2/14/14 as tribute to mentor Ray Bradbury. (PRWeb February 06, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/01/prweb11490576.htm

Sci-Fi Great Ray Bradbury Returns to Give His Advice for “Success in Cyberspace” (01/2014): In a video lost for a generation, renowned writer Ray Bradbury returns to the present—like his legendary time traveler Craig Bennett Stiles in Bradbury's The Toynbee Convector—to g

The World of Ray Bradbury was first staged in Los Angeles in 1963, where it enjo (11/2013): The World of Ray Bradbury was first staged in Los Angeles in 1963, where it enjoyed a long run, but has been rarely seen since.

Ray Bradbury Storytelling Fest set for Oct. 25 (10/2013): The Eighth Annual Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, at the historic Genesee Theatre in downtown Waukegan, 203 N. Genesee St., Waukegan.

Ray Bradbury's personal book collection bequeathed to Waukegan Public Library (06/2013): Books of the late science fiction writer Ray Bradbury will be headed to a library in Waukegan.

Ray Bradbury, a life in photos (05/2013): In this new feature, we’re posting photos from the Lake County News-Sun archives starting with Waukegan native Ray Bradbury. …

Ray Bradbury ebooks are here (04/2013): It’s a funny irony that some sci-fi personalities have been anti-technology throughout their lives. read more        

Mary Garden loves Ray Bradbury's 'Dandelion Wine' — how about you? (02/2013): Mary Garden, Chatham: 'Dandelion Wine' by Ray Bradbury:

Ray Bradbury, visionary author (12/2012): As much as his tales were fantasy — “the art of the possible,” as he liked to put it — there was always an inherent humanism that made them relatable.

New Ray Bradbury stories in the works (11/2012): This June, we lost one of the greatest storytellers of all time, Ray Bradbury, at the age of 91. read more

Ray Bradbury matches wits with Groucho Marx in amusing 1955 clip (10/2012): What happens when you have a beloved fantasy, science fiction, horror and mystery writer match wits with a comedian and TV star who happens to be, well, a master of wit? You have lightning in a bottle made of win.

Ray Bradbury (09/2012): In a career spanning more than 70 years, Ray Bradbury, who died on June 5, 2012, at the age of 91, inspired generations of readers to dream, think, and create.

Salute to Ray Bradbury (08/2012): Saturday morning cartoons end the month Go to news article

Ray Bradbury 1book140 Shortlist: Anything but 'Fahrenheit 451' (07/2012): Vote for what we should read next month for our Twitter-based book club.

Ray Bradbury and literature in schools: RIP (06/2012): Your article has been sent. This blog is not written or edited by Boston.com or the Boston Globe. The author is solely responsible for the content.

Ray Bradbury's 'Martian Chronicles' to be filmed (04/2011): Paramount has picked up movie rights to "The Martian Chronicles," sci-fi maven Ray Bradbury's classic short story collection about humans trying to colonize Mars.