John Tyler Autograph

John Tyler (March 29, 1790 – January 18, 1862) was the tenth president of the United States, serving from 1841 to 1845, after briefly holding office as the tenth vice president in 1841. He was elected vice president on the 1840 Whig ticket with President William Henry Harrison, succeeding to the presidency following Harrison's death 31 days after assuming office. Tyler was a stalwart supporter and advocate of states' rights, including regarding slavery, and he adopted nationalistic policies as president only when they did not infringe on the states' powers. His unexpected rise to the presidency posed a threat to the presidential ambitions of Henry Clay and other Whig politicians and left Tyler estranged from both of the nation's major political parties at the time. More about John Tyler

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Current items with a signature of John Tyler

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thumbnail STAR WARS #58 JTC VARIANT COVER CGC 9.8 SS SIGNED BY JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER$499.99logo
thumbnailCaptain America #1 Modern Cap Exclusive SIGNED by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER + COA$55.00logo
thumbnailGuardians of the Galaxy John Tyler Christopher AUTOGRAPHED print NYCC 2014$34.99logo
thumbnailJohn Tyler Christopher SIGNED Avengers Comic Art Print Hawkeye Thor Iron Man Cap$29.99logo
thumbnailJohn Tyler Christopher SIGNED Marvel Comics Art Print ~ Fantastic Four Thing$29.99logo
Tyler was born into a prominent slaveholding Virginia family. He became a national figure at a time of political upheaval. In the 1820s, the Democratic-Republican Party, at the time the nation's only political party, split into several factions. Initially a Democrat, Tyler opposed President Andrew Jackson during the nullification crisis as he saw Jackson's actions as infringing on states' rights and criticized Jackson's expansion of executive power during the Bank War. This led Tyler to ally with the Whig Party. He served as a Virginia state legislator and governor, U.S. representative, and U.S. senator. Tyler was a regional Whig vice-presidential nominee in the 1836 presidential election; they lost. He was the sole nominee on the 1840 Whig presidential ticket as William Henry Harrison's running mate. Under the campaign slogan "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too", the Harrison–Tyler ticket defeated incumbent president Martin Van Buren.

President Harrison died just one month after taking office, and Tyler became the first vice president to succeed to the presidency. Amid uncertainty as to whether a vice president succeeded a deceased president, or merely took on his duties, Tyler immediately took the presidential oath of office, setting a lasting precedent. He signed into law some of the Whig-controlled Congress's bills, but he was a strict constructionist and vetoed the party's bills to create a national bank and raise tariff rates. He believed that the president, rather than Congress, should set policy, and he sought to bypass the Whig establishment led by Senator Henry Clay. Most of Tyler's cabinet resigned shortly into his term and the Whigs expelled him from the party, dubbing him "His Accidency". Tyler was the first president to have his veto of legislation overridden by Congress. He faced a stalemate on domestic policy, although he had several foreign-policy achievements, including the Webster–Ashburton Treaty with Britain and the Treaty of Wanghia with China. Tyler firmly believed in manifest destiny and saw the annexation of Texas as economically advantageous to the United States, signing a bill to offer Texas statehood just before leaving office and returning to his plantation. Read even more about John Tyler at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of John Tyler

In total, we tracked 108 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of John Tyler (President John Tyler Autographed Document Lot 29) was sold in March 2016 for $5500.00 while the cheapest item (John Tyler Morgan 1884 Signature On 7x9 Album Leaf COA!) found a new owner for $1.25 in September 2009. The month with the most items sold (11) was March 2021 with an average selling price of $86.00 for an autographed item of John Tyler. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2023 with $1499.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.84 was January 2020. In average, an autographed item from John Tyler is worth $50.00.

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

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thumbnail2018 HISTORIC AUTOGRAPH COMPANY POTUS QUARTER #CN-JT JOHN TYLER SSP #D /11$24.08logo
thumbnail2021-22 Leaf Pearl JOHN TYLER Cut Signature Auto Autograph Card 1/1 Full Name!$1499.95logo
thumbnailBLACK PANTHER #1 JTC VARIANT COVER CGC 9.6 SS SIGNED BY JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER$249.99logo
thumbnailJohn Tyler Auto Jumbo Card Slab 2020 POTUS First 36 cut auto signed signature$1075.00logo
thumbnailSecret Wars #2 WOLVERINE ACTION FIGURE VARIANT signed John Tyler Christopher JTC$14.95logo
thumbnailSecret Wars Journal #1 Action Figure CGC 9.8 SS_Signed by John Tyler Christopher$125.00logo
thumbnailStar Wars #108 VALANCE ACTION FIGURE VARIANT signed John Tyler Christopher$18.95logo
thumbnailStar Wars #15 SNAGGLETOOTH ACTION FIGURE VARIANT signed John Tyler Christopher$12.95logo
thumbnailStar Wars #35 UGNAUGHT ACTION FIGURE VARIANT signed John Tyler Christopher COA$12.95logo
thumbnailStar Wars #65 A-WING PILOT ACTION FIGURE VARIANT signed John Tyler Christopher$18.95logo