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Ed Koch

Edward Irving Koch (/kɒtʃ/ KOTCH; (Idl Yitzhik) December 12, 1924 – February 1, 2013) was an American politician, lawyer, political commentator, film critic, and television personality. He served in the United States House of Representatives from 1969 to 1977 and was mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989. More about Ed Koch

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Current items with a signature of Ed Koch

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

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thumbnailEd Koch Hand signed 8x10 autographed Photo New York City Mayor Black & White$12.00logo
thumbnailEd Koch MAYOR An Autobiography Hand Signed With BONUS SIGNED LETTER$99.99logo
thumbnailEd Koch New York Mayor Signed 8x10 Promo Photo JSA Authenticated$29.99logo
thumbnailMayor Ed Koch SIGNED / INSCRIBED Autobiography HC DJ Autographed Autograph$29.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED: Ed Koch on Everything, First Edition, 1st Print, New York City Mayor$18.99logo
thumbnailTERRESTRIALS, by Harrison Steeves & Ed Koch, First Edition, Autographed, Mint$35.00logo
Koch was a lifelong Democrat who described himself as a "liberal with sanity". The author of an ambitious public housing renewal program in his later years as mayor, he began by cutting spending and taxes and cutting 7,000 employees from the city payroll. As a congressman and after his terms as the second Jewish mayor of New York City (after Abraham Beame), Koch was a fervent supporter of Israel. He crossed party lines to endorse Rudy Giuliani for mayor of New York City in 1993, Al D'Amato for Senate in 1998, Michael Bloomberg for mayor of New York City in 2001, and George W. Bush for president in 2004.

A popular figure, Koch rode the New York City Subway and stood at street corners greeting passersby with the slogan "How'm I doin'?" He was a lifelong bachelor, had no children and did not come out as gay during his lifetime. A 2022 New York Times article posthumously identified him as gay. Read even more about Ed Koch at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Ed Koch

In total, we tracked 368 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ed Koch (Mayor Ed Koch New York Authentic Signed Autographed Rawlings Baseball) was sold in February 2013 for $249.49 while the cheapest item (Ed Koch Hand Signed Autograph 8X10 Photo,NY Mayor,Politian,Actor) found a new owner for $0.01 in December 2012. The month with the most items sold (44) was February 2013 with an average selling price of $18.22 for an autographed item of Ed Koch. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2021 with $131.75 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was August 2008. In average, an autographed item from Ed Koch is worth $9.99.

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

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thumbnailAutographed letter from Ed Koch United States Congressman & Mayor of New York$4.99logo
thumbnailEaston Press Book Edward Ed Koch Im Not Done Yet Signed First Edition$9.99logo
thumbnailEd Koch 2023 Leaf Metal Pop Century Cut Autograph!!$20.31logo
thumbnailEd Koch Mayor New York City Signed Autographed New York First Day Cover 1953$15.00logo
thumbnailEd Koch NY New York City Mayor Signed Autograph Photo$19.99logo
thumbnailEd Koch Signed 1984 Book MAYOR of New York Personalized To Tony HCDJ Autograph$3.99logo
thumbnailMidge Magic by Don Holbrook & Ed Koch First Edition HB Signed by both Authors $65.24logo
thumbnailNYC Mayor Ed Koch Hand Signed FDC Dated 1972 Todd Mueller COA$69.99logo

Latest News about Ed Koch

Mario Cuomo, Ed Koch and the great V.I.D. split (01/08/15): BY TONY HOFFMAN | The passing of Mario Cuomo is sad. He was a liberal lion who gave us hope. People just liked listening to his voice. He was so eloquent. The fact that he also espoused the progressive values that so many of us deeply believed in was icing on the cake. Mario read more here »

Mario Cuomo in life and death: 5 surprising facts about his bitter feud with Ed (01/02/15): Koch never forgave Cuomo for alleged dirty campaign tactics during their 1977 mayoral race in New York City. Go to news article

Drones Spotted Near JFK Airport, Ed Koch-Queensboro Bridge Raise Worry (11/20/14): The FBI and Federal Aviation Administration are continuing to investigate reports of drones flying near commercial aircraft on approach to John F. Kennedy International Airport this week. Go to news article

Of Egg Creams, Ed Koch and 49 Other Facts You Didn't Know About Jewish New York (11/15/14): Did you know that Al Jolson worked as a singing waiter — or how many pushcart vendors were in New York in 1930? We help test your Jewish Big Apple knowledge. Click here for the rest of the article...

Cab Fire Erupts On Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (08/21/14): A car erupted into flames late Thursday afternoon on the upper level of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Ed Koch

Cab on fire on Ed Koch Queensboro BridgeCar on fire on Queensboro bridge (08/2014): A cab is on fire on the upper level of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. Go to news article

Son Of NYPD Officer Killed In Crash Near Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Files Lawsuit (06/2014): Officer Elisa Toro, 36, was off-duty on Dec. 10 when her car crashed on an exit ramp of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. Her vehicle rolled and struck a vacant storefront. Go to news article

Late Mayor Ed Koch Honored at Upper East Side Gathering (04/2014): A tribute was held Thursday night for the late great mayor of the City of New York, Ed Koch, at the Harmony Club on the Upper East Side.

Advance historic pages from March 19, 1982: Mayor Ed Koch faces coalport protest (03/2014): View full sizeStaten Island Advance front page from March 19, 1982Staten Island Advance/Irving Silverstein View full sizeStaten Island Advance page from March 19, 1982Staten Island Advance/Irving Silverstein   STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Today's historic pages are from march 19, 1982. ... Go to news article

The Time Ed Koch Faced Down a South-American Assassination Threat Alone (02/2014): Ed Koch, best known as the mayor of 1980s New York, faced an international assassination plot when he served as a congressman before that, something he never spoke much about. Go to news article

DOT Making Changes To Deadly Ramp Of Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (12/2013): The Department of Transportation is making changes to the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge in the wake of several deadly accidents on one of its exit ramps.

Vallone effort to switch Ed Koch bridge name meets with opposition (11/2013): City Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. is pushing a new bill calling for the late Ed Koch's name to be dropped from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and instead be appended to another structure in New York City -- the Manhattan Municipal Building.

DOT: Repairs Continue On Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Following Truck Fire (09/2013): The Queens-bound right lane on the upper level of the bridge has been closed since a 40-foot tractor-trailer carrying wooden, plastic and metal clothes hangers burst into flames last month.

Part Of Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge Still Shut Down After Fire (08/2013): Part of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge remained closed Saturday morning, a day after a truck caught fire.

Ed Koch was a pen pal to history (07/2013): Sports Illustrated/Getty Images Ed Koch Ed Koch’s life was lived through letters. The former New York City mayor corresponded with presidents, movie stars and prime ministers. He neatly filed away the notes he received, some in folders marked with the word “good.” Now the public will get a...

Ed Koch's tombstone corrected (06/2013): Former New York Mayor Ed Koch has been dead for more than four months, but a mistake on his tombstone likely would have amused him.

Candid documentary profiles colorful, feisty N.Y. mayor Ed Koch (05/2013): From Queens to the Bronx, for 12 years, three words were a constant around New York. “How’m I doin’?” Ed Koch, mayor of the nation’s largest city from 1977 to 1989, would pepper his statements — from campaign speeches to street-corner talks with constituents — with the same question.

The mayor as movie star: The spotlight loved Ed Koch (04/2013): Mark Feeney can be reached at mfeeney@globe.com.        

Ed Koch leaves bulk of estate to sister in will (03/2013): Ed Koch , the former mayor of New York who died last month at age 88, left the majority of his estate to his sister.

Cleveland ToDo Feb. 25: Indulge your taste for seafood at the Nauti Mermaid happ (02/2013): Try the Mermaid's $1 beers and $1 crab cakes or learn more about one of New York City's colorful mayors. Go to news article