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Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965) was a British statesman, soldier, and writer who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom twice, from 1940 to 1945 during the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955. Apart from two years between 1922 and 1924, he was a Member of Parliament (MP) from 1900 to 1964 and represented a total of five constituencies. Ideologically an adherent to economic liberalism and imperialism, he was for most of his career a member of the Conservative Party, which he led from 1940 to 1955. He was a member of the Liberal Party from 1904 to 1924. More about Winston Churchill

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thumbnail* RARE - Kevin Francis - WINSTON CHURCHILL - Spirit of Britain Toby Jug - SIGNED$288.88logo
thumbnailChurchill Style: Winston Churchill, Signed First Edition Book by Barry Singer$50.00logo
thumbnailMemories and Adventures by Winston Churchill (1989, HC GD+1ST 'FLAT SIGNED'$57.79logo
thumbnailRoyal Doulton Sir Winston Churchill Figurine HN3057.Museum Quality.Signed$329.99logo
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Of mixed English and American parentage, Churchill was born in Oxfordshire into the wealthy, aristocratic Spencer family. He joined the British Army in 1895 and saw action in British India, the Mahdist War (also known as or Anglo-Sudan War), and the Second Boer War, later gaining fame as a war correspondent and writing books about his campaigns. Elected a Conservative MP in 1900, he defected to the Liberals in 1904. In H. H. Asquith's Liberal government, Churchill served as President of the Board of Trade and Home Secretary, championing prison reform and workers' social security. As First Lord of the Admiralty during the First World War, he oversaw the Gallipoli campaign but, after it proved a disaster, he was demoted to Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. He resigned in November 1915 and joined the Royal Scots Fusiliers on the Western Front for six months. In 1917, he returned to government under David Lloyd George and served successively as Minister of Munitions, Secretary of State for War, Secretary of State for Air, and Secretary of State for the Colonies, overseeing the Anglo-Irish Treaty and British foreign policy in the Middle East. After two years out of Parliament, he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in Stanley Baldwin's Conservative government, returning the pound sterling in 1925 to the gold standard at its pre-war parity, a move widely seen as creating deflationary pressure and depressing the UK economy.

Out of government during his so-called "wilderness years" in the 1930s, Churchill took the lead in calling for British rearmament to counter the growing threat of militarism in Nazi Germany. At the outbreak of the Second World War he was re-appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. In May 1940, he became prime minister, succeeding Neville Chamberlain. Churchill formed a national government and oversaw British involvement in the Allied war effort against the Axis powers, resulting in victory in 1945. After the Conservatives' defeat in the 1945 general election, he became Leader of the Opposition. Amid the developing Cold War with the Soviet Union, he publicly warned of an "iron curtain" of Soviet influence in Europe and promoted European unity. Between his terms as prime minister, he wrote several books recounting his experience during the war. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953. He lost the 1950 election but was returned to office in 1951. His second term was preoccupied with foreign affairs, especially Anglo-American relations and preservation of what remained of the British Empire with India now no longer part of it. Domestically, his government emphasised housebuilding and completed the development of a nuclear weapon (begun by his predecessor). In declining health, Churchill resigned as prime minister in 1955, remaining an MP until 1964. Upon his death in 1965, he was given a state funeral. Read even more about Winston Churchill at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Winston Churchill

In total, we tracked 354 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Winston Churchill (2021 Bowman 1956 Transcendent 1/1 Cut Autograph Winston Churchill Auto Signature) was sold in January 2022 for $9999.99 while the cheapest item (First Day Cover Signed by Anthony Montigue Brown-Winston Churchill Private Secre) found a new owner for $1.81 in September 2012. The month with the most items sold (8) was May 2019 with an average selling price of $170.63 for an autographed item of Winston Churchill. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in September 2019 with $7999.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.99 was September 2022. In average, an autographed item from Winston Churchill is worth $142.75.

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thumbnailOfficial Assassin : Winston Churchill's SAS Hit Team by Peter Mason SIGNED$240.00logo
thumbnailRoyal Doulton 4 inch Winston Churchill Toby Mug/Creamer-Signed$14.99logo
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Latest News about Winston Churchill

Scottish mansion where Winston Churchill stayed on sale for £1.82m (02/25/19): Auchenbowie House in Stirling, Scotland, boasts tennis courts, an equestrian centre, a three-car garage, formal lawns and a walled garden with indoor and outdoor riding arenas over 97 acres. Go to news article

Hillsdale College Receives Papers of Sir Winston Churchill’s Official Biographer (02/25/19): Estate of Sir Martin Gilbert acquired by College, expanding on its growing Churchill collection Download Press Release Hillsdale, Mich. – Hillsdale College announces its acquisition of the papers and library of the late Rt. Hon. Sir Martin Gilbert, CBE, D.Litt, who was the official biographer of S…

Al Murray talks snowflakes, Winston Churchill and new celebrity Pub Quiz (02/25/19): THE pub is probably one of the worst places for a snowflake to frequent – and telly landlord Al Murray is showing no signs of letting that change. He says millennials — who get offended by classic … Go to news article

Geri wades in on #MeToo before declaring Churchill was a Spice Girl (02/24/19): The Spice Girl, 46, now lives in the Cotswolds with her two-year-old son Monty, Red Bull racing tycoon husband Christian Horner, and her daughter from a previous relationship, Bluebell, 12. Go to news article

An honest look at ‘hero’ Churchill | Letters (02/15/19): Letters: John Edgar says Brexit is bringing the UK’s past into focus, Neil Burgess thinks the shadow chancellor fell for a cheap trick, Terry Philpot settles a dispute and David M Smith reveals why his miner grandfather never forgave the former PM Go to news article

Older News Stories about Winston Churchill

Dear John McDonnell, if Winston Churchill is a villain, who is a hero? – Alastai (02/2019): And here we go again. Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has branded Winston Churchill a “villain” over his response to the Tonypandy riots in 1910.

Ross Greer is a Green idiot just out to shock over Churchill, says VIRGINIA BLAC (01/2019): IS IT ignorance, stupidity, malice or an incredibly childish desire to shock that makes Ross Greer behave in the way he does? Mr Greer is the Green Party MSP who has called Sir Winston Churchill a "white supremacist mass murderer". It has since emerged that he previously asserted "Imperial Britain w Go to news article

Winston Churchill was a 'villain', says John McDonnell (05/2018): Wartime leader's decision to send troops to support police quelling riots has long been a subject of historical debate Go to news article

Omagh woman attends Winston Churchill Trust ceremony at Buckingham Palace (03/2015): Teresa Maguire, a Senior Horticulture Technologist at the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise’s (CAFRE) Greenmount Campus, attended a reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Her Majesty The Queen on 18 March.

Winston Churchill’s blood to be auctioned (02/2015): Churchill had fallen out of bed and fractured a hip, necessitating a multiweek stay at Middlesex Hospital. Go to news article

Winston Churchill remembered (01/2015): The 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill is observed in London Go to news article

Winston Churchill great grandson Harry Soames guilty of drink driving (12/2014): Harry Soames, son of Tory MP Nicholas Soames, over limit seven hours after drink wine and vodka cocktails at father's home

Sir Winston Churchill's 'Funny' Science (11/2014): Sticky hand grenades to blow up enemy tanks, aircraft carriers made from icebergs called Project Habbakuk, and a rocket-propelled wheel called the Great Panjandrum? Go to news article

Winston Churchill School to get new playground (10/2014): Thanks to generous donations the Winston Churchill School will be getting brand new playground equipment in 2015.

How Winston Churchill's estate clerk became his private 'eyes and ears' (09/2014): Young estate clerk Arthur Hine (circled) became the spy for Sir Winston, the First Lord of the Admiralty, after leaving his servant job at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordhsire, and going to the front line in 1914. Go to news article

Rare letter reveals tension between Winston Churchill and Lord Kitchener after 1 (08/2014): A DESPERATE letter written by Lord Kitchener begging Winston Churchill for more ammunition for his beleaguered troops has emerged a century after it was written.

Glasgow 2014: Is Clare Balding turning into Winston Churchill ahead of the Commo (07/2014): THE sports commentator emulated the famous leader by rallying the troops to the theme of Land of Hope and Glory ahead of the Glasgow 2014 event at BBC at The Quay. Go to news article

Does Prince George Look Like a "Young Winston Churchill"? Uncle Prince Harry Thi (06/2014): Substitute a pacifier for the cigar and the similarity is uncanny! Or Prince Harry was having a laugh by saying his nephew, Prince George—who at 11 months is in that fabulous...

How Winston Churchill lost five close family members who were killed during the (05/2014): The future prime minister lost four close members of his family during the first few months of the 1914-1918 conflict, and a fifth near the end. Go to news article

Serco Shares Plunge 18% on Rights Issue as Winston Churchill's Grandson Rupert S (04/2014): Serco shares plunged on market open after the embattled security revealed that it is aiming to launch a rights issue in order to boost its balance sheet following the electronic tagging scandal.

Cigar partly smoked by Sir Winston Churchill sells for £480 at Aylsham auction (03/2014): A part-smoked cigar discarded by former prime minister Sir Winston Churchill at a royal luncheon has been sold for £480 at a Norfolk auction house.

Serco call on Winston Churchill's grandson Rupert Soames to pilot turnaround (02/2014): Serco has named Aggreko boss Rupert Soames as its new chief executive, as the embattled outsourcer looks to rebuild its business after a series of government contract failures and profit warnings. Go to news article

VIDEO: The day a nation buried Winston Churchill (01/2014): Emma Soames, granddaughter of Winston Churchill, recalls his state funeral in 1965. Go to news article

Winston Churchill's wife Clementine played central role in winning the war (12/2013): An exhibition of around 30 gifts given to the Churchill family at the end of WWII reveal how Clementine Churchill was admired and revered by world leaders such as Charles de Gaulle and Stalin. Go to news article

Let's Embrace Winston Churchill's 'Jaw-Jaw' To Avoid A North Korean Conflict (11/2013): Jaw-jaw is better than war-war said Winston Churchill, who led Great Britain during World War II. Which is reason enough to hope that the interim agreement reached with Iran leads to a permanent settlement. And that even North Korea might eventually join the normal community of nations. Go to news article

Triumphant Return: Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza Celebrates Winston Churchill's Retur (10/2013): Attends Unveiling of Churchill Bust Ceremony As Invited Guest (PRWeb November 01, 2013) Read the full story at

Belbroughton Scarecrow Festival: The Queen, Winston Churchill and Simon Cowell g (09/2013): A huge range of Worzel Gummidge-style creations were on display for the popular annual event Go to news article

Winston Churchill would be proud of his great grand-daughter (08/2013): WINSTON Churchill’s great grand-daughter got 11 A*s in her GCSEs.        

Brompton Road ghost station: Secret command centre used by Winston Churchill goe (07/2013): The Ministry of Defence is selling off the 28,000 sq ft Brompton Road 'ghost station' in London in a bid to raise up to £60million for frontline troops. Go to news article

Ricky Gervais’ David Brent takes inspiration from Winston Churchill and Gandhi w (06/2013): Ricky Gervais is back ”teaching” guitar as his The Office character David Brent. In this episode he answers fan — Go to news article

Queen’s portrait appearance called ‘dreadful,’ likened to Winston Churchill (05/2013): A new portrait of the Queen has not received the royal reception its artist was hoping for. Quite the opposite, in fact. The first painting of the Queen ever commissioned by the British Royal Mail, to commemorate 60 years since … Continue reading →

Winston Churchill replaces Elizabeth Fry in new 5 pounds note (04/2013): London, April 27 (ANI): Former British prime minister Winston Churchill is to appear on the next banknotes, when it is issued in 2016, it has been announced on Friday.

REVIEW: A Daughter’s Tale: The Memoir of Winston Churchill’s Youngest Child (07/2012): Book by Mary Soames