Bud Anderson Autograph

Bud Anderson

Bud Anderson was born in Oakland, California in 1922, and grew up in the small town of Newcastle. As a young man, he became interested in aviation and eventually joined the US Army Air Corps in 1942, at the height of World War II. After completing his training as a fighter pilot, Anderson was assigned to the 357th Fighter Group, which was stationed in England. More about Bud Anderson

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Current items with a signature of Bud Anderson

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailBud Anderson Seattle Mariners Autographed 1979 Topps #712 Baseball ROOKIE Card $14.99logo
thumbnailBUD ANDERSON Signed Business Card TRIPLE ACE WWII P-51 PILOT AUTOGRAPH $39.99logo
thumbnailBUD ANDERSON Signed Playing Card- World War 2 Triple Ace Fighter Pilot - PSA$229.99logo
thumbnailBud Anderson World War II WWII Flying Ace signed 8x10 photo PSA/DNA auto$99.99logo
thumbnailHighest Living Fighter Ace Bud Anderson Signed 12X8 Color Photo$129.99logo
thumbnailRS4208 1984 Topps #497 Bud Anderson INDIANS HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH$10.00logo
thumbnailWILD HORSES by Gerald Coulson - signed by 'Bud' Anderson$295.00logo
Anderson quickly proved himself to be a skilled and fearless pilot, distinguishing himself in missions over France, Germany, and other parts of Europe. He earned the nickname "Old Crow" after the brand of whiskey that he enjoyed drinking, and painted it on the side of his plane for good luck. Anderson flew a total of 116 combat missions, shooting down 16 German planes and damaging another 9. He was one of the top scoring American pilots of the war, and was awarded numerous medals and honors for his bravery and skill, including the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 25 Oak Leaf Clusters.

After the war, Anderson continued to serve in the US Air Force, rising to the rank of colonel and holding a variety of command positions. He remained active in aviation throughout his life, serving as a test pilot for McDonnell Douglas and as a member of the board of directors for the Experimental Aircraft Association. Anderson was also a sought-after speaker and historian, sharing his perspectives on the war and his experiences as a fighter pilot with audiences around the world. He was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 2007 in recognition of his contributions to American aviation and military history. Read even more about Bud Anderson at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Bud Anderson

In total, we tracked 920 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Bud Anderson (P-51D Mustang OLD CROWAutographed By C.E. BUD ANDERSON 357TH FG) was sold in June 2012 for $699.00 while the cheapest item (Bud Anderson Signed 1984 Fleer #533 Card Cleveland Indians Auto Autograph) found a new owner for $0.49 in June 2022. The month with the most items sold (12) was February 2016 with an average selling price of $18.98 for an autographed item of Bud Anderson. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2014 with $276.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.76 was June 2022. In average, an autographed item from Bud Anderson is worth $23.24.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailBUD ANDERSON Hand Signed Autograph 4X6 PHOTO - WWII AIR FORCE TRIPLE ACE P-51$16.49logo
thumbnailBud Anderson Signed Cut AUTO PSA/DNA Authentic$14.00logo
thumbnailBud Anderson signed WWII Ace first day cover$18.00logo
thumbnailClarence BUD ANDERSON Signed World War 2 Photo - Triple Ace Fighter Pilot - PSA$119.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED ~ To Fly and Fight ~ Col. Clarence Bud Anderson ~ Paperback$15.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED! To Fly and Fight: Memoirs of a Triple Ace Clarence Bud Anderson HCDJ WW2$42.99logo
thumbnailSIGNED! To Fly and Fight: Memoirs of a Triple Ace-Clarence Bud Anderson HC MINT!$35.00logo
thumbnailTo Fly And Fight - Clarence 'Bud' Anderson - SIGNED BUD ANDERSON & CHUCK YEAGER!$79.97logo
thumbnailTo Fly and Fight- Memoirs of a Triple Ace 'Bud' Anderson Signed Inscribed WWII$38.87logo
thumbnailTo Fly and Fight: Memoirs of a Triple Ace, Clarence E. Bud Anderson, Signed$37.46logo

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Latest News about Bud Anderson

Andy "Bud" Anderson (09/02/14): Mr. Andy Bud Anderson, age 78 of Hampton, passed away Friday, August 29, 2014 at Piedmont Henry Hospital.

Bud Anderson: Less active, but still lots of ideas (04/03/14): Floyd "Bud" Anderson may be ready to take a break from Log Lane Village politics, but he's still willing to offer his ideas and advice to those willing to listen. Go to news article

Leonard “Bud” Anderson (03/03/14): Leonard Anderson, 86, Arden Hills, MN, formerly of Sanborn, ND died at Johanna Shores Care Center in Arden Hills on March 1, 2014. Funeral arrangements for Leonard have been entrusted to Oliver-Nathan Funeral Chapel, Valley City, ND. An online guestbook is available at www.oliver-nathanchapel.com

WWII ace Col. Bud Anderson in Broomfield March 1 (02/20/14): Retired Air Force Col. Col. C.E. "Bud" Anderson will be in Broomfield for two events March 1. Go to news article

UPDATE: Missing man Leroy ‘Bud’ Anderson found safe (12/06/13): The Sioux Falls Police Department says Leroy Harold ‘Bud' Anderson has been located safe and sound in Stickney, SD. The Sioux Falls Police Department first asked Friday for the public's assistance in locating Anderson, who is also memory impaired. He has been found safe, Saturday.

Older News Stories about Bud Anderson

Artist Creating Tribute To World War II Pilot Bud Anderson (08/2013): The statue is a tribute to Bud Anderson for his service to our country, and the sculptor has fronted the money to get the project started. He’s spent hundred of hours focusing on all the details to get the sculpture of the 91-year-old World War II fighter pilot exactly right.