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Jimmy Carter was the 39th President of the United States from 1977 to 1981. Born in Plains, Georgia in 1924, he was the first president to come from the Deep South since the Civil War. Carter began his political career by serving in the Georgia State Senate in 1963, and later became Governor of Georgia from 1971-1975. During his time as Governor, Carter focused on environmental issues, education, and racial integration, earning him national attention and leading to his successful presidential campaign. More about Jimmy Carter

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Current items with a signature of Jimmy Carter

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thumbnailA FULL LIFE Reflections at Ninety by Jimmy Carter SIGNED Book 1st/1st HC/DJ$225.00logo
thumbnailBeyond the White House : Waging Peace, Fighting Disease, Signed By Jimmy Carter$50.00logo
thumbnailHAND SIGNED BY 39th President Jimmy Carter Keeping Faith, Memoirs of A President$75.95logo
thumbnailJimmy Carter HAND SIGNED with PSA Cert Authentic (COA) Nobel Peace Prize Lecture$295.00logo
thumbnailJimmy Carter Signed Autograph 8x10 Photograph President USA DC JSA Authenticated$250.00logo
thumbnailPresident Jimmy Carter Living Faith Autographed Hardcover Book PSA/DNA$189.00logo
thumbnailSigned CHRISTMAS IN PLAINS: Memories by Jimmy Carter 2001 Hardcover 1st/1st New$99.95logo
As President, Carter faced numerous challenges both domestically and internationally. He enacted several controversial policies, including the deregulation of energy and transportation industries and the creation of the Department of Education. Carter's most notable foreign policy achievement was the signing of the Camp David Accords in 1978, which led to a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt. However, his presidency was also marked by struggles with the Iranian Hostage Crisis and the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan, which ultimately contributed to his loss in the 1980 presidential election.

Following his presidency, Carter has remained active in public service and humanitarian efforts. He established the Carter Center in 1982, an organization dedicated to advancing democracy, promoting human rights, and preventing disease. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his work in conflict resolution and human rights advocacy. As one of the longest-lived presidents in history, Carter continues to be a prominent public figure, and his legacy as a political leader and humanitarian is widely recognized. Read even more about Jimmy Carter at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Jimmy Carter

In total, we tracked 4736 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Jimmy Carter (BARACK OBAMA JIMMY CARTER GEORGE HW H W BUSH BILL CLINTON SIGNED PRESIDENT JSA) was sold in February 2020 for $9999.99 while the cheapest item (1977 Jimmy Carter Inauguration Cover Ceylon Postmark Signed by artist) found a new owner for $0.01 in February 2020. The month with the most items sold (357) was February 2023 with an average selling price of $56.00 for an autographed item of Jimmy Carter. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2008 with $610.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $3.25 was December 2016. In average, an autographed item from Jimmy Carter is worth $49.95.

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thumbnailChristmas in Plains Memories by Jimmy Carter (2001) HC.DJ.1st. Signed Ed. N.Mint$37.89logo
thumbnailJimmy Carter signed 1977 OFFICIAL INAUGURAL book w/ bonus convention program$40.00logo
thumbnailJimmy Carter SIGNED White House Diary 2010 Hardcover$59.99logo
thumbnailPresident Jimmy Carter Signed 8x10 Photo Autographed$39.99logo
thumbnailPresident Jimmy Carter Signed 8x10 Photo Autographed ??$39.99logo
thumbnailSigned 1st/1st Palestine Peace Not Apartheid by Jimmy Carter (2006) Near Fine$40.00logo
thumbnailSources of Strength by Jimmy Carter (1997) HC.DJ.1st. Signed Ed. N. Fine+ Cond.$41.00logo
thumbnailThe Hornet's Nest by Jimmy Carter (2003) HC.DJ.1st. Signed Ed. Near Fine Cond.$32.89logo

Latest News about Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter Is Still ‘Very Much’ Himself in Hospice Care, Grandson Says (08/21/23): He still holds hands with his wife, Rosalynn, their grandson Josh Carter said. The family is making plans for the former president’s 99th birthday in October. Go to news article

Former Iran Hostages Are Divided on Jimmy Carter and a Sabotage Claim (03/22/23): A report about a covert effort to delay their release until after the 1980 presidential election drew anger, resignation and disbelief from the survivors of the crisis. Go to news article

‘Different from the Other Southerners’: Jimmy Carter’s Relationship with Black A (02/28/23): How a white politician from the South who once supported segregationist policies eventually won the enduring support of Black voters. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter, 98, Opts for Hospice Care (02/18/23): The 39th president has decided to forgo further medical treatment and will “spend his remaining time at home with his family,” the Carter Center announced. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter Released From Hospital (12/04/19): The 39th president was treated for a urinary tract infection, the latest of a series of health issues that he has endured in recent months.

Older News Stories about Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter back in hospital to treat urinary tract infection (12/2019): Cater is “feeling better and looks forward to returning home soon” after being hospitalized over the weekend, the Carter Center said. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter Recovering After Surgery (11/2019): The former president underwent a procedure to relieve bleeding in his skull attributed to recent falls. He will remain in an Atlanta hospital for now. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter hospitalized with pelvic fracture after falling at his Georgia home (10/2019): “He has been admitted to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for observation and treatment,” the Carter Center said. "He is in good spirits and is looking forward to recovering at home." Go to news article

Jimmy Carter voted Sexiest Politician Alive (again) - Mediamass (12/2018): Jimmy Carter, Nobel Peace Prize 2002, has been dubbed “the Sexiest Politician Alive” by Glamour's magazine in its December 2018 issue out this week. For the second year in a row, our gorgeous hottie beat out some other equally hot men for the number one spot! Go to news article

Jimmy Carter commends Alwaleed’s global role (04/2015): Prince Alwaleed receives former US President Jimmy Carter at Kingdom Resort, Riyadh.

Former President Jimmy Carter coming to UF as last-minute substitute for wife Ro (03/2015): Former President Jimmy Carter will stand in for his wife Rosalynn Carter who was scheduled to speak about mental health at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts tonight.

Rick Perry on American resilience: "We even survived Jimmy Carter" (02/2015): The former Texas governor pokes fun at America's 39th president in a joking aside to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Night lane closures planned on Jimmy Carter Boulevard, I-85 next week (01/2015): Work is resuming on the Jimmy Carter Bridge diverging diamond interchange over I-85.

Jimmy Carter: Getting sanctions right (12/2014): When non-military pressure on a government is considered necessary, economic sanctions should be focused on travel, foreign bank accounts and other special privileges of government officials w…

Watch on Yale YouTube: President Jimmy Carter to talk at Yale on Dec. 2 (11/2014): Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States, will deliver a public address  from 3 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at Woolsey Hall. Tickets for the event are sold out, but the event will be livestreamed on Yale YouTube.

Former President Jimmy Carter stumps for grandson at Atlanta college (10/2014): Students at Atlanta Metropolitan State College welcomed former President Jimmy Carter to campus on Wednesday as the former leader traveled the state campaigning for his grandson Jason Carter.

Jimmy Carter turns 90 (09/2014): Douglas Brinkley, CBS News consultant and presidential historian, takes a look back at the 39th president's term

Jimmy Carter's grandson runs for Georgia governor (08/2014): More 40 years after Jimmy Carter embarked on the course that took him to the White House, his Democrat grandson is creating a stir as he takes his first steps in what supporters hope will be the same direction. Go to news article

Absolute Vision Productions Collaborates with President Jimmy Carter (07/2014): Video Footage Captured for International Broadcast Through Voice of America (PRWeb July 31, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12053806.htm

Dr. Theresa DePorter – the “Jimmy Carter” of the cat world (06/2014): On Steve Dale’s Pet World: Dr. Theresa DePorter, veterinarian and cat expert, joins Steve Dale to answer all of your cat questions. She also discusses an upcoming study she’ll be conducting at the Anti-Cruelty society. For more information, you can …

Jimmy Carter offers advice on prostitution to Canadian lawmakers (05/2014): A former U.S. president is urging Canada to go after pimps and buyers of sex when it revises federal prostitution laws. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter a double-edged sword to his grandson’s campaign (04/2014): The actor William H. Macy has a problem. He’s trying to come up with a song to play at an upcoming fundraiser for Democrat Jason Carter’s campaign, and now he’s learned that former President Jimmy Carter may also attend.

Jimmy Carter comes to Powell's and Cirque du Soleil opens 'Totem': Weekend Enter (03/2014): Jimmy Carter spoke at Powell's, Cirque du Soleil opened their latest show "Totem," the PDX Pop Now! festival announced its 2014 dates, and more, in your Weekend Entertainment Roundup. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter Plans Trip to Venezuela Amid Unrest (02/2014): Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter will travel to Venezuela in April and hopes to meet with Venezuelan opposition leader Henrique Capriles to help ease tensions in the politically-torn country. Carter expressed concerns about Venezuela’s escalating political crisis in a private …

President Jimmy Carter Writes Book On Womens Rights! (01/2014): Jimmy Carter’s newest book, he has written many, will not be a biography or a historical piece about his life or presidency, it will be a defense of women’s rights, as well as an attack against those who use religion …

Jimmy Carter calls for elections, peacekeepers in Syria (12/2013): Former US president Jimmy Carter on Monday proposed three principles as a basis for Syria peace talks in Geneva: free elections, respect for their results and the deployment of peacekeepers.

Former Iran hostages on U.S. deal: ‘Kind of like Jimmy Carter’ again (11/2013): Some of the 66 hostages who were imprisoned in Iran for up to 444 days between 1979 and 1980 said the deal forged between Tehran and the United States doesn't pass the smell test — and that it really hearkens back to the unstable foreign policy days of former President ... Go to news article

Former President Jimmy Carter to speak at forum on U.S.-China relations (10/2013): ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter is among those headlining an upcoming forum in Atlanta on U.S.-China relations.

Woman found shot in car on Jimmy Carter Blvd. (09/2013): Authorities are searching for the suspect in an early morning shooting in DeKalb County. 

President Jimmy Carter to Deliver Keynote Address at Awards Gala Honoring Longti (08/2013): Event Recognizes Work for Indigent Defense Reform (PRWeb September 01, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11079693.htm

Jimmy Carter: A Rescue Mission to North Korea (07/2013): Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is preparing to take a trip to North Korea "very soon" to try and secure the release of Christian missionary Kenneth Bae, according to South Korea's leading news agency.

Jimmy Carter to Deen "let the dust settle" (06/2013): Former President Jimmy Carter says he has talked with Paula Deen since her recent scandal involving a racial slur. He told the celebrity chef to embrace the good she has done.

Former President Jimmy Carter Visits Northeastern Pa. (05/2013): The 88-year-old visited a Revolutionary War monument in northeastern Pennsylvania on Tuesday to promote his foundation's efforts to develop peace and fight disease.

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site hosts ‘Old Time Farm Day’ (04/2013): PLAINS — “Old Time Farm Day” will be held from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, May 4 at the Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm located in Archery, just west of Plains. This special event, which is free to the public, highlights farm life in the “good ol’ days.”

How Jimmy Carter imperiled Roe v. Wade (03/2013): Pro-life Democrat didn't defend abortion rights against Reagan's attacks, helped create right-leaning Supreme Court

Jimmy Carter: Grandson Thanked By Obama For '47 Percent' Tape (02/2013): Former president Jimmy Carter told CNN's Piers Morgan that President Obama personally thanked his grandson for his role in the release of the infamous video of Mitt Romney's "47 percent" remarks last week. Go to news article

Obama inauguration: Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter join the ceremonies (01/2013): Neither former President George W. Bush nor his father, former President George H.W. Bush, were expected to attend. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter's center says it won't monitor Egypt referendum (12/2012): Former President Jimmy Carter's center said Thursday it will not deploy monitors for Egypt's constitutional referendum, amid deepening polarization over the process of adopting a document guiding how the country is to be governed following its 2011 revolution. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter, wife pick Denver for help (11/2012): Former president Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn will be coming to Denver next year for a building project.

Jimmy Carter Backs Church Letter on Israel (10/2012): Former President Jimmy Carter commended a letter from Christian leaders to Congress calling for an investigation of Israel for human rights violations that could lead to a suspension of military aid. Click here for the rest of the article...

Lindsay Tanner no Jimmy Carter in post-political life (09/2012): Crikey readers have their say on the issues of the day. Read more on the blog... Read more on the blog... Read more on the blog... Read more on the blog... Read more on the blog... Read more on... Read more on the blog...

Political briefs: Gingrich compares Obama to Jimmy Carter (08/2012): TAMPA, Fla. — Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says it’s time to put “real leadership” back in the White House this November.

Watch: Dick Cheney Calls Obama Worse than Jimmy Carter (07/2012): The former vice president talks about president Obama in an ABC exclusive interview.

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site to host Summer Camp (06/2012): PLAINS — This summer, the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site will be hosting a four-day Summer Camp for children grades 3-7. Participants will have the opportunity to learn all about what it takes to be a Park Ranger with the National Park Service while also having a lot of fun.

President Jimmy Carter: The ‘Lessons from Life Bible’ Interview (05/2012): James Earl Carter, Jr., the 39th President of the United States, was born on Oct. 1, 1924, in the tiny town of Plains, Ga. His father, James, Sr., was a farmer and businessman, and his mother, Lillian Gordy Carter, was a registered nurse.

Romney on bin Laden killing: 'Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order' (04/2012): First Read: Asked if he would have made the call to go in on the raid, Mitt Romney responded, "Of course, of course. Even Jimmy Carter would have given that order."

Jimmy Carter Publishes Study Bible, Discusses Faith-Filled Life (03/2012): Jimmy Carter, peanut farmer turned president turned globe-trotting humanitarian, now has another line to add to his business card: Bible commentator. Last week Carter published a Lessons from Life Study Bible.

The Duke Idea Interview: Former President Jimmy Carter on Crises and Contemporar (02/2012): At Carter Center, former US president talks with his grandson and President Brodhead  Go to news article

Jimmy Carter praises Egypt elections (01/2012): CAIRO (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter on Tuesday dismissed concerns about the success of Islamist parties in Egypt's first elections since the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, because it represents the will of the Egyptian people.

Jimmy Carter still committed to China (12/2011): BEIJING, Dec. 15 (UPI) -- Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter marked the 40th anniversary of "ping-pong diplomacy" with a visit to Beijing, calling it a "very historic moment."

Jimmy Carter Hopes to Unite Baptists With Covenant (11/2011): Although there are several different sects that go by the name Baptist, one former U.S. president is attempting to create a unified voice for Baptists across the country. Go to news article

Political Notebook: A ‘DeFore minute’, Jimmy Carter reads to kids (10/2011): A new phrase has entered the lexicon of Macon City Hall, a tribute to the political stamina of City Councilman Ed DeFore, who’s been around for nearly two-fifths of the time elapsed since the first log went into Fort Hawkins and who has been in office for one-fifth of that historic span.

Jimmy Carter: 'No Downside' To Palestinian Statehood (09/2011): Jimmy Carter, the first U.S. president to call for a Palestinian homeland, urges the U.S. to not veto Palestine's statehood vote at next week's U.N. meeting. It's a "basic moral commitment," he says, as international recognition could reinvigorate failed peace talks between Israel and...

HURT: Welcome to Jimmy Carter's 2nd term (07/2011): ANALYSIS/OPINION: It has taken three decades, but Americans are finally living through Jimmy Carter's second term. Now we've got Jimmy Jr. barking at us from the White House about eating our peas and ripping off our Band-Aid. He might not even let us have our Social Security checks. These are ... Go to news article

The right really, really wants Obama to be Jimmy Carter (06/2011): Why is it that every address Obama delivers is the second coming of the "malaise" speech?

Jimmy Carter and Fidel Castro (05/2011): Insistently, some out of confusion and others for different reasons to favor Castro describe him as the former ruler as if Cuba were free from his fierce tyranny and his brother Raúl were the one

Jimmy Carter in N. Korea, hopes to meet Kim (04/2011): Ex-president begins 3-day international mission to talk food shortage, nuclear disarmament

Cuba: What Jimmy Carter and Calvin Coolidge have in common (03/2011): Jimmy Carter is the only US president, current or former, to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1928. His second visit to the island came this week after an official invitation from Raúl Castro. Go to news article

President Jimmy Carter honored on President's Day (02/2011): The nation's 39th president, Jimmy Carter, gave a speech in his hometown of Plains, Georgia for President's Day.

Jimmy Carter: Mubarak Will "Have to Leave" (01/2011): Former President Says Egypt's Hosni Mubarak Has Become Increasingly "Politically Corrupt" During 30-year Tenure, Says "the People Have Decided"

"The Working White House" Exhibit on Display at the Jimmy Carter Library & Museu (12/2010): ATLANTA, GA.- Take a behind the scenes look at the workings of the most famous house in the United States at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. Go to news article

Jimmy Carter: Sanctions Against Iran Will Have Opposite Affect (11/2010): Former President Also Tells "Washington Unplugged" That Iraq Invasion Increased Iran's Influence

Jimmy Carter – a national disgrace - WND - WND (08/2006): In the history of any nation there are high and low points. There are events and people that make the nation proud or, frankly, cause it shame and embarrassment. I, for years, felt one of our proudest moments was Ronald Wilson Reagan telling Gorbachev, ”Tear down this wall.” I always thought the sha