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Peggy Gale Fleming (born July 27, 1948) is an American former figure skater and the only American in the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France to bring home a Gold Medal. She is the 1968 Olympic Champion in Ladies' singles and a three-time World Champion (1966–1968). Fleming has been a television commentator in figure skating for over 20 years, including several Winter Olympic Games. More about Peggy Fleming
These are the most current items with a signature of Peggy Fleming that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|FIGURE SKATING LEGEND PEGGY FLEMING SIGNED 1968 LIFE MAGAZINE OLYIMPICS GOLD||$59.99|
|Peggy Fleming Autographed Book w/COA||$20.00|
|Peggy Fleming Olympic Ice Skater Signed 8x10 Glossy Photo JSA Authenticated||$34.99|
|Peggy Fleming Signed Photo/ 1968 Olympics||$7.77|
|Peggy Fleming Signed Photo/ 1968 Olympics||$10.00|
|Peggy Fleming, American Olympic Figure Skating Champion, signed 14c Skating FDC||$18.50|
|The Long Program : Skating Toward Life's Victories by Peggy Fleming 'FLAT SIGNED||$48.79|
In total, we tracked 286 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Peggy Fleming (Peggy Fleming signed auto white leather figure ice skate inscribed 1968 Olympics) was sold in February 2015 for $299.99 while the cheapest item (PEGGY FLEMING SIGNED 3X5 CARD OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL SKATER) found a new owner for $0.01 in August 2009. The month with the most items sold (6) was May 2009 with an average selling price of $5.74 for an autographed item of Peggy Fleming. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2015 with $299.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.01 was August 2009. In average, an autographed item from Peggy Fleming is worth $12.50.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Peggy Fleming were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|1968 PEGGY FLEMING AUTOGRAPHED SPORTS ILLUSTRATED COVER REAL SIGNED GUARANTEED||$64.99|
|1991 IMPEL US OLYMPIC CARD HAND SIGNED PEGGY FLEMING W/COA #16 MINT JSA AVAIL CF||$15.50|
|2010, Crown Me! Capital Pool Checkers Club by Peggy Fleming, SB 1s PHOTO SIGNED!||$20.00|
|Peggy Fleming autographed 4x6 photo USA Figure Skating||$13.99|
|PEGGY FLEMING SIGNED 1968 OLYMPICS 8X10 Color Photos JSA Sticker||$69.99|
|Peggy Fleming Signed 8x10 Gymnastics Photo AUTO Autographed JSA COA||$19.31|
|Peggy Fleming Signed 8x10 Gymnastics Photo AUTO Autographed JSA COA||$28.88|
|Peggy Fleming Signed 8x10 Photo Vintage Autographed Signature Olympics||$45.00|
|Peggy Fleming Signed Book The Long Program||$18.00|
|Signed Inscribed Peggy Fleming “The Long Program”||$11.95|
Fleming Jr., James "Jimmy" Monroe (12/14/18): CONCORD James "Jimmy" Monroe Fleming Jr., 51, of Malvern Drive SW in Concord, passed away Monday, Dec. 10, at his residence. He was born Sept. 6, 1967, in Cabarrus County
Celebrity real estate roundup: Kurt Kobain, Peggy Fleming (10/09/13): Childhood home of Nirvana's late singer smells like teen spirit, looks like a wreck.
Listing of the week: Olympian Peggy Fleming's wine estate (10/02/13): 16387 Aztec Ridge Dr, Los Gatos, CA For sale: $4.375 millionPeggy Fleming may be best-known for taking home the only gold medal for the United States during the 1968 Winter Olympics, but the retired ice skater was quite a talented winemaker as well.
Olympic Gold Medalist Peggy Fleming empowering cancer patients (10/06/12): Jacksonville, Fla.-- It has been 44 years since she won gold at the Olympics, but now Peggy Fleming is empowering others struggling with cancer.
Peggy Fleming talks Olympics and breast cancer at Pink Ribbon Symposium in Jacks (10/2012): In 1998, shortly before the 30th anniversary of her Olympic gold medal victory in figure skating, Peggy Fleming noticed a lump in her breast. It turned out to be malignant. Fortunately her cancer was caught early, she told an audience at the Pink Ribon Symposium In Jacksonville Saturday.
Peggy Fleming: Our Olympians are great -- but so many kids are obese (08/2012): The amazing 104 medals won by our Olympians are well worth celebrating, but these victories mask an alarming truth about our youth: while these few can do amazing things, millions can only watch.