Chuck Yeager Autograph

Brigadier General Charles Elwood Yeager (/ˈjeɪɡər/ YAY-gər, February 13, 1923 – December 7, 2020) was a United States Air Force officer, flying ace, and record-setting test pilot who in October 1947 became the first pilot in history confirmed to have exceeded the speed of sound in level flight. More about Chuck Yeager

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Current items with a signature of Chuck Yeager

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thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER ACE PILOT F-20 TIGERSHARK SIGNED AUTO COLOR 8X10 PHOTO JSA $249.99logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER Autographed Signed Book X 1 Sound Barrier Muroc Field Rogers WII$2500.00logo
thumbnailChuck Yeager Signed Envelope Flown Mach 1 Speed of Sound Auto Framed Photo /1000$495.00logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER SPEED OF SOUND ACE PILOT SIGNED AUTO F20 TIGERSHARK PHOTO JSA $399.99logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER SPEED OF SOUND ACE PILOT SIGNED AUTO VTG B&W 8 X 10 AGFA PHOTO BAS $349.99logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER SPEED OF SOUND ACE PILOT SIGNED AUTO X-1 1997 FDC ENVELOPE JSA $219.99logo
thumbnailPSA/DNA SLABBED PHOTO & SIGNED by CHUCK YEAGER LEGENDARY ACE & TEST PILOT!$79.00logo
Yeager was raised in Hamlin, West Virginia. His career began in World War II as a private in the United States Army, assigned to the Army Air Forces in 1941. After serving as an aircraft mechanic, in September 1942, he entered enlisted pilot training and upon graduation was promoted to the rank of flight officer (the World War II Army Air Force version of the Army's warrant officer), later achieving most of his aerial victories as a P-51 Mustang fighter pilot on the Western Front, where he was credited with shooting down 11.5 enemy aircraft (the half credit is from a second pilot assisting him in a single shootdown). On October 12, 1944, he attained "ace in a day" status, shooting down five enemy aircraft in one mission.

After the war, Yeager became a test pilot and flew many types of aircraft, including experimental rocket-powered aircraft for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). Through the NACA program, he became the first human to officially break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947, when he flew the experimental Bell X-1 at Mach 1 at an altitude of 45,000 ft (13,700 m), for which he won both the Collier and Mackay trophies in 1948. He then went on to break several other speed and altitude records in the following years. In 1962, he became the first commandant of the USAF Aerospace Research Pilot School, which trained and produced astronauts for NASA and the Air Force. Read even more about Chuck Yeager at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Chuck Yeager

In total, we tracked 490 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Chuck Yeager (CHUCK YEAGER SIGNED MACHMETER BROKE THE SPEED OF SOUND BELL X-1 BECKETT BAS LOA) was sold in December 2022 for $4265.00 while the cheapest item (GENERAL CHUCK YEAGER TEST PILOT SIGNED 3x5 INDEX CARD AUTOGRAPH RARE) found a new owner for $0.99 in June 2020. The month with the most items sold (80) was December 2020 with an average selling price of $140.00 for an autographed item of Chuck Yeager. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2022 with $555.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $24.59 was December 2017. In average, an autographed item from Chuck Yeager is worth $110.00.

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

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thumbnailChuck Yeager signed 3x5 Index Card PSA DNA Slabbed Auto Pilot Flying Ace$45.00logo
thumbnailChuck Yeager Signed B&W 8x10 – Yeager and the X-1 $99.00logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER SPEED OF SOUND ACE PILOT SIGNED AUTO X-1 BELL JET ROCKET 1/32 Scale$550.00logo
thumbnailCHUCK YEAGER SPEED OF SOUND ACE PILOT SIGNED AUTO X-1 ROCKET JET LETTER PHOTO$799.99logo
thumbnailChuck Yeager Speed Of Sound Signed Jet$202.50logo
thumbnailChuck Yeager WWII War Ace Test Pilot Sound Signed Autograph Photo Display JSA$159.99logo
thumbnailGeneral Chuck Yeager Signature Cut Auto Index Card USAF Test Pilot HOF Aviation$65.00logo
thumbnailGENERAL CHUCK YEAGER Signed 3x5 Index Card..Pilot WW2 FIGHTER ACE…(d.2020) COA$59.00logo
thumbnailNORTHRUP X-4 BANTAM - 1/32 DESK MODEL - SIGNED- Chuck Yeager WOOD GREAT DISPLAY$239.99logo
thumbnailP-51D Mustang Glamorous Glen III Chuck Yeager Signed - Desktop Airplane - 1:24$305.00logo

Latest News about Chuck Yeager

This date in science: Chuck Yeager’s birthday (02/13/15): On February 13, 1923, Chuck Yeager, the first pilot to break the sound barrier, was born in Myra, West Virginia.

Court says Chuck Yeager can sue Utah gun safe company (02/11/15): SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court says record-setting test pilot Chuck Yeager can sue a Utah gun safe company that named a line of safes after him.

Famous pilot Chuck Yeager wins Utah court battle (02/11/15): A federal appeals court says Gen. Chuck Yeager, the first person to exceed the speed of sound, is entitled to reconsideration of a part of his lawsuit against a Utah company for alleged unauthorized use of his name and image to promote its products. ... Go to news article

Chuck Yeager settles case over unpaid legal bills (05/08/14): A celebrated pilot who was the first person to break the sound barrier has avoided a courtroom battle in Central California over claims he owed thousands in unpaid legal bills.

Famed test pilot Chuck Yeager sued by homeowners group (02/07/14): Famed test pilot Gen. Chuck Yeager was in court this week, facing a lawsuit over alleged non-payment homeowner fees.

Older News Stories about Chuck Yeager

Chuck Yeager sued by US homeowner group (02/2014): A US homeowners group is suing Chuck Yeager saying he owes about $US28,000 in fees on two units he owns in a town house complex.

Chuck Yeager honored by Sacramento Sheriff’s Aero Squadron (05/2013): Chuck Yeager was recognized Wednesday by the Sacramento Sheriff’s Aero Squadron, marking a special honor for a special pilot.

Chuck Yeager's navigator (02/2013): X-51 test flights

Chuck Yeager leads Veterans Day Parade (11/2012): SAN DIEGO — Big crowds came downtown Monday to watch retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Chuck Yeager lead the 11 th Annual Veterans Day parade. Yeager was asked to serve as grand marshal to commemorate the 65 th anniversary of …

Chuck Yeager breaks the sound barrier -- again (10/2012): Sixty-five years after his history making flight, the legendary test pilot takes to the skies to celebrate one of the seminal events in aviation history. Go to news article

Daniel Darnell, WWII Vet, Taught Chuck Yeager (04/2012): Darnell was a flight instructor who taught countless combat pilots how to fly.

'Right Stuff' pilot Chuck Yeager celebrates 89th birthday (02/2012): One of the leading figures in U.S. aerospace history, and a West Virginia native, celebrates a birthday February 13.

Chuck Yeager to grand marshal Sacramento's Veterans Day parade (11/2011): Legendary test pilot and retired Air Force general Chuck Yeager will be grand marshal of Sacramento's Veterans Day parade.

Chuck Yeager still gruff, colorful and quotable at 88 (07/2011): At 88, Chuck Yeager still has the right stuff. He flies. He hunts. He goes fishing. And he spins tales of an extraordinary aviation career. Go to news article

Chuck Yeager lands in Reno (04/2011): RENO — What’s the secret to a long life? In the case of 88-year-old retired Gen. Chuck Yeager, best known for being the first pilot to fly faster than the speed of sound, the secret has been not worrying about things that are out of his control.