Charles Lindbergh Autograph

Charles Augustus Lindbergh (February 4, 1902 – August 26, 1974) was an American aviator, military officer, author, inventor, and activist. On May 20–21, 1927, he made the first nonstop flight from New York City to Paris, a distance of 3,600 miles (5,800 km), flying alone for 33.5 hours. Lindbergh's aircraft, the Spirit of St. Louis, was designed and built by the Ryan Airline Company specifically to compete for the Orteig Prize for the first flight between the two cities. Although not the first transatlantic flight, it was the first solo transatlantic flight and the longest at the time by nearly 2,000 miles (3,200 km). It became known as one of the most consequential flights in history and ushered in a new era of air transportation between parts of the globe. More about Charles Lindbergh

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Current items with a signature of Charles Lindbergh

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thumbnail**RARE** 'Slim' (Charles) Lindbergh Autographed 1927 'Lindbergh The Lone Eagle'$3500.00logo
thumbnail*Signed* by Author Tom Crouch - Charles Lindbergh An American Life - Smithsonian$75.00logo
thumbnailA. Scott Berg SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED Charles Lindbergh 1st Biography Book First$80.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh - Typed Letter Signed - re His Book We & Swiss Bank Accounts$600.00logo
thumbnailcharles lindbergh signed. Original authentic signature of CHARLES LINDBERGH $895.00logo
thumbnailSPIRIT OF CHARLES LINDBERGH ANOTHER DIMENSION by T. Willard Hunter (HC) SIGNED$19.99logo
thumbnailThe Spirit of St Louis SIGNED by Charles Lindbergh 1953 First Edition Scribner's$1649.98logo
Lindbergh was raised mostly in Little Falls, Minnesota, and Washington, D.C., the son of prominent U.S. Congressman Charles August Lindbergh. He became a U.S. Army Air Service cadet in 1924, earning the rank of second lieutenant in 1925. Later that year, he was hired as a U.S. Air Mail pilot in the Greater St. Louis area, where he started to prepare for his historic 1927 transatlantic flight. For his flight, President Calvin Coolidge presented Lindbergh both the Distinguished Flying Cross and Medal of Honor, the highest U.S. military award. He also earned the highest French order of merit, the Legion of Honor. In July 1927, he was promoted to the rank of colonel in the U.S. Army Air Corps Reserve. His achievement spurred significant global interest in both commercial aviation and air mail, which revolutionized the aviation industry worldwide (a phenomenon dubbed the "Lindbergh boom"), and he spent much time promoting these industries.

Time magazine honored Lindbergh as its first Man of the Year in 1928, President Herbert Hoover appointed him to the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics in 1929, and he received the Congressional Gold Medal in 1930. In 1931, he and French surgeon Alexis Carrel began work on inventing the first perfusion pump, a device credited with making future heart surgeries and organ transplantation possible. Read even more about Charles Lindbergh at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Charles Lindbergh

In total, we tracked 322 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Charles Lindbergh (CHARLES LINDBERGH Signed Poster Dropped From The SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS' In 1927) was sold in November 2013 for $7500.00 while the cheapest item (Charles Lindbergh #5 Sketch Card Limited 5/50 Edward Vela Signed) found a new owner for $0.99 in July 2022. The month with the most items sold (6) was November 2020 with an average selling price of $824.50 for an autographed item of Charles Lindbergh. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2016 with $2150.97 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.25 was March 2016. In average, an autographed item from Charles Lindbergh is worth $349.99.

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

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thumbnailCharles Lindbergh #2 Art Card Limited 35/50 Edward Vela Signed (- -)$5.99logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh #3 Art Card Limited 10/50 Edward Vela Signed (- -)$4.99logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh 1st Transatlantic Pilot Signed Cut Framed Photo PSA/DNA AUTO$545.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh Autographed WE Presentation Edition$1525.00logo
thumbnailCHARLES LINDBERGH Signed 2021-2022 Leaf Pearl Magnificent Cut Autograph 1/1$749.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh Signed and Flown Cover - Flown on the Spirit of St. Louis$1000.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh With Spirit Of St Louis Hand Signed Photo$200.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh ~ Handwritten & Signed 1968 Letter Autographed ~ PSA DNA$1295.00logo
thumbnailCharles Lindbergh ~ Handwritten & Signed Letter Autographed ~ PSA DNA$1295.00logo
thumbnailReeve Lindbergh-Charles Lindbergh ' Under A Wing' Reeve Lindbergh Signed.$5.99logo

Latest News about Charles Lindbergh

FDR outsmarts them all: Henry Ford, Joseph Kennedy, Charles Lindbergh and the Am (01/02/15): Fascism overseas or a third term? As FDR pondered that, he also had to outwit a nasty isolationist movement at home

Charles Lindbergh welcomed at Lunken in 1927 (09/27/14): Charles Lindbergh, the first to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic Ocean, landed the Spirit of St. Louis at Lunken Field in 1927 to a warm welcome.                

Dustin Lance Black, DiCaprio team for aviator Charles Lindbergh TV bio (07/17/14): Black, who won an Academy Award for writing 2008's film "Milk", will adapt a Pulitzer-awarded biography "Lindbergh" into a script.

Leonardo Dicaprio And Dustin Lance Black Team For Charles Lindbergh Tv Biopic (07/17/14): LEONARDO Di Caprio has recruited Hollywood screenwriter Dustin Lance Black to adapt a biography of pilot Charles Lindbergh for a Tv mini-series. DiCaprio serves as executive producer to the project, which will bring author A. Scott Berg's book Lindbergh to the small screen.

Dustin Lance Black and Leonardo DiCaprio Team Up for Charles Lindbergh TV Biopic (07/17/14): The Oscar-winning screenwriter will pen the TV adaptation of A. Scott Berg's biography 'Lindbergh' about the intrepid aviator and explorer.

Older News Stories about Charles Lindbergh

Dustin Lance Black, DiCaprio team for aviator Charles Lindbergh TV bio (07/2014): Black, who won an Academy Award for writing 2008's film "Milk", will adapt a Pulitzer-awarded biography "Lindbergh" into a script.

On This Day: Charles Lindbergh sets off on first solo flight across Atlantic (05/2014): The 25-year-old U.S. Air Mail pilot flew his own single-engine plane, the Spirit of St Louis, 3,600 miles from New Jersey to Paris in a time of 33 and a half hours.

'Charles Lindbergh: The Lone Eagle' one-man show set for May 3-4 in Flemington (04/2014): âCharles Lindbergh: The Lone Eagleâ one-man show will be presented on May 3-4 at the Historic Court House in Flemington.  The Hunterdon Tricentennial Committee will be presenting a one-man show, “Charles Lindbergh: The Lone Eagle” on Saturday, May 3, and... Go to news article

Charles Lindbergh Husband overcomes racism to become pilot (03/2014): Going through his pre-flight checklist, this DeRidder native is respectful of not only his aircraft, but how he got to be a pilot. Charles Lindbergh Husband was named after the famous aviator of

Aviator Charles Lindbergh tours the world, visits Idaho (01/2014): Charles A. Lindbergh was one of the world's greatest pioneer aviators. He lived a life of adventure, danger, fame and great triumphs, but it was also a life dogged by controversy and tragedy. He was an American icon who left his mark everywhere he went - including in Idaho.

On This Day: 'Trial of the century' as kidnapper is charged with killing Charles (12/2013): Bruno Richard Hauptmann was accused of committing an offence that the U.S. media widely described as the “crime of the century”.