Gerald Ford Autograph

Gerald R. Ford, born on July 14, 1913, in Omaha, Nebraska, was the 38th President of the United States from 1974 to 1977. Before him being the President of the United States, Ford had a long and successful political career, serving in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. He was first elected to Congress in 1948, representing Michigan's 5th District. He was re-elected an additional dozen times and became House Minority Leader in 1965. Ford eventually assumed the office of Vice President when Spiro Agnew resigned in 1973. More about Gerald Ford

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Current items with a signature of Gerald Ford

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thumbnail1976 President Gerald Ford Signed Newspaper Ad Visit to Fort Wayne Ind No COA $52.99logo
thumbnailDan Quayle Signed Photo President Gerald Ford 8x10 Black n White Indiana No COA$17.99logo
thumbnailFull Faith and Credit L. William Seidman Signed 1st Ed. Gerald Ford Holo COA$224.99logo
thumbnailPresident Gerald Ford signed Baseball JSA LOA Hand Painted Carter X AutoY67$999.00logo
thumbnailPresident Gerald Ford signed Baseball JSA LOA Hand Painted Carter-X Auto Y43$999.00logo
In 1974, when President Richard Nixon became engulfed in the Watergate scandal, Ford became President of the United States. One of his first decisions as president was to pardon Nixon for any crimes he may have committed while in office, which was a controversial and widely criticized decision. During Ford's presidency, the country's economy experienced challenges, including rising inflation, high unemployment rates, and an energy crisis. Nevertheless, Ford tried to stabilize the economy by implementing numerous policies, including his "WIN" campaign, which aimed to control inflation and cut government spending.

Although Ford lost his re-election bid to Jimmy Carter in 1976, his political career did not end there. He remained a prominent political figure until his death, serving on commission on the CIA's role in domestic surveillance, and writing an autobiography. Despite past criticisms, Ford was widely respected for his humility, patriotism, and his ability to navigate challenging political situations with dignity and integrity. His political career left an indelible mark on the United States, and he will be forever remembered for his unwavering commitment to public service. Read even more about Gerald Ford at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Gerald Ford

In total, we tracked 1390 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Gerald Ford (GERALD FORD 38TH PRESIDENT OF USA INSCRIPTION AUTOGRAPH SIGNED BASEBALL PSA/DNA) was sold in December 2022 for $1999.99 while the cheapest item (PRESIDENT GERALD FORD SIGNED AUTHOGRAPHED PHOTO - COLOR 8 X 10 #1) found a new owner for $0.01 in July 2021. The month with the most items sold (27) was January 2021 with an average selling price of $69.99 for an autographed item of Gerald Ford. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in September 2015 with $258.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.49 was November 2015. In average, an autographed item from Gerald Ford is worth $64.99.

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thumbnailA Time to Heal by Gerald Ford - Library of Presidents Easton Press Signed 1987$89.99logo
thumbnailGerald Ford Autographed 8x10 B&W Photo JSA COA United States President$68.99logo
thumbnailGerald Ford Autographed 8x10 Color Photo JSA COA United States President$95.99logo
thumbnailGerald Ford Autographed Signed 8x10 Color Photo COA United States President$5.50logo
thumbnailGerald Ford Michigan Wolverines Football Autographed Index JSA w/ 11x14 Matting$135.00logo
thumbnailGerald Ford Signed THE THRITY-EIGTH PRESIDENT Signed Red Hardcover Book PSA/DNA$106.00logo
thumbnailPortrait of a President- Gerald Ford (SIGNED?) -Hugh Sidey 1975 1st Edition HC$69.99logo
thumbnailPresident Gerald Ford Autographed Signed 14x13 Framed Matted Picture With COA$39.95logo
thumbnailSIGNED Gerald Ford’s personal copy Michigan Wolverines book Ford+Ponsetto sig.s$121.00logo

Latest News about Gerald Ford

The U.S. Regulates 21st Century Health Technology Under A Law Signed By Gerald F (12/18/14): Two bills, the MEDTECH Act and the SOFTWARE Act would define the Food & Drug Administration's powers to regulate medical software and mobile medical apps. The current law was signed in 1976, and needs to be amended to regulate these technologies. Go to news article

President Gerald Ford's Colorado Ski Home Is For Sale Asking $8.5 Million (12/02/14): delivers the latest scoop on today's hot real estate news - celebrity, historic, famous and spectacular homes currently for sale (PRWeb December 03, 2014) Read the full story at

Police identify man killed in Gerald Ford Birthsite crash (09/13/14): Eric M. Tennant, 41, was killed when the 2000 Dodge Ram that he was in hit the wall near 32nd and Woolworth Avenues.

Watergate’s most lasting sin: Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, and the pardon that ma (09/08/14): Ford let Nixon off 40 years ago today. That launched Iran/contra, Too Big To Fail -- and proved power trumps law

Remembering Gerald Ford's First Weeks In Office (08/18/14): In the wake of President Nixon's resignation, Gerald Ford assumed the presidency inheriting a nation divided over Watergate and distracted from pressing domestic and international events.

Older News Stories about Gerald Ford

How Gerald Ford healed a nation post-Watergate (07/2014): Presidential historian Mark Updegrove on the successor to Nixon and his controversial pardon Go to news article

Watch Gerald Ford in post-urban renewal video of presidential museum dedication (05/2014): There's a reason the eastern wall of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum is all glass. Go to news article

Would-be Gerald Ford assassin was confident of acquittal, tape reveals (04/2014): Four decades after Lynette Alice "Squeaky" Fromme pointed gun at Ford, the audiotape from her pretrial psychiatric exam is released Go to news article

Gerald Ford III is one NFL hopeful to root for (03/2014): His name is Gerald Ford III, and he isn’t running for president, he’s running against all odds for his NFL dream. “Every time I go to swipe my debit card...

Navy set to launch newest, most efficient aircraft carrier — the USS Gerald Ford (11/2013): NEWPORT NEWS, VA — The U.S. Navy enters the 22nd century on Saturday. In Newport News, Virginia, the Navy will...

Auction of Gerald Ford memorabilia to benefit Coachella Valley groups (10/2013): The backyard fountain and swimming pool of the former President Gerald R. Ford and first lady Betty Ford's Rancho Mirage, Calif. home.

Federal government shutdown threatens ArtPrize venue Gerald Ford Presidential Mu (09/2013): Don’t have an account? Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time. Want to set your local edition?

'The weapon was large:' In newly-unsealed video, Gerald Ford describes 1975 clos (08/2013): 34-minute video testimony from would-be assassin's trial was unsealed this week by a federal court on a motion filed by a nonprofit historical society.

Events honor President Gerald Ford's 100th birthday (07/2013): Two ceremonies in Grand Rapids and a public television documentary broadcast Sunday marked the centennial of President Gerald Ford's birth.

Did you meet Gerald Ford? Share memories to celebrate centennial of president fr (06/2013): Add your memories of Gerald Ford to the comments below, or email photos tat

Gerald Ford Student Donates Piggy Bank (05/2013): Hannah Larson from Gerald Ford Elementary School in Indian Wells donates her piggy bank money to help families after the devastating tornado touched down in Moore Oklahoma.

Cheney coming to Grand Rapids for Gerald Ford celebration (04/2013): Former Vice President Dick Cheney will be in Grand Rapids next month as part of a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Gerald Ford.

'Island Landing' on USS Gerald Ford (01/2013): It was a historic day for the USS Gerald R Ford (CVN-78) aircraft carrier; an 'Island Landing' is where builders place the navigation bridge and flight operations center on the carrier.

Gerald Ford memorabilia sells for over $130,000 at auction to raise money for Fo (12/2012): A set of President Ford's golf clubs sold for $26,290 on Tuesday, one of more than 50 personal items donated by the Ford Family. Go to news article

Watch: Gerald Ford Attends Carter Inauguration (11/2012): The ceremony took place on Jan. 20, 1977. Go to news article

The USS Gerald Ford Is The Single Most Expensive Piece Of Military Hardware Ever (10/2012): The USS Gerald R. Ford is the most expensive weapon ever created and will run about $11.5 billion, with three ships costing about $40.2 billion. Go to news article

Gerald Ford Birth Site Gets Renovations (09/2012): The Gerald Ford Birth Site has received a facelift and with that several new exhibits at the historical site.

Watch GOP's video tribute to former President Gerald Ford (08/2012): The video features comments from close advisers such as Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and Henry Kissinger. Go to news article

Joe Paterno's Gerald Ford leadership award rescinded (07/2012): INDIANAPOLIS — In addition to having wins vacated from his coaching record Monday, the late former head coach Joe Paterno no longer is the recipient of a leadership award that he originally won last year.

Skiing Gerald Ford tagged on GR ramp (06/2012): A graffiti artist showcasing images of former President Gerald Ford has struck again in Grand Rapi

Remembering Gerald Ford's Visits To Chattanooga (07/2011): Chattanoogans and others are remembering former First Lady Betty Ford for her trend-setting contributions to such issues as alcoholism and substance abuse, breast cancer and women’s rights following her death on Friday at the age of 93.

Gerald Ford finds his way home in unveiling of statue (05/2011): It was billed as an unveiling, but last week’s ceremony for the Capitol’s new Gerald Ford statue was more of a homecoming for the former Read more...

Pair make film on Gerald Ford, UM football racism (02/2011): It's like a treasure hunt, really. And here, they've struck gold. You can see it in their faces and hear it in their voices,...