John-F. Kennedy Autograph

John F. Kennedy, also known as JFK, was the 35th President of the United States and a prominent figure in American politics. He was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, in 1917, and he went on to attend Harvard University, where he studied politics, economics, and world history. After serving in the United States Navy during World War II, he became involved in politics and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1946, where he served for six years before being elected to the U.S. Senate in 1952. During his time as a senator, he became known for his commitment to advocating for civil rights and economic growth. More about John-F. Kennedy

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Current items with a signature of John-F. Kennedy

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In 1960, Kennedy announced his candidacy for President of the United States, running against Richard Nixon. He went on to win the presidency by a narrow margin, and he became the youngest person ever to be elected to the position at just 43 years old. As president, Kennedy focused on a number of key issues, including civil rights, healthcare reform, and international relations. He was also committed to space exploration, and under his leadership, the United States launched its first space missions.

Tragically, Kennedy's political career was cut short when he was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, in 1963. However, his legacy continues to live on, and he is remembered as one of the most popular and influential presidents in U.S. history. Today, his commitment to civil rights and economic growth continue to inspire politicians and citizens alike, and his vision for a better, more prosperous America remains as relevant today as it was during his time in office.

Traded items with a signature of John-F. Kennedy

In total, we tracked 1120 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of John-F. Kennedy (SIGNED JFK ASSASSINATION COLLAGE *  JOHN F. KENNEDY * OSWALD * RUBY * FORD * COA) was sold in July 2023 for $19999.00 while the cheapest item (Milton J Wright Signed 4x6 Photo JFK John F Kennedy Assassination Texas Ranger) found a new owner for $0.01 in September 2023. The month with the most items sold (25) was August 2023 with an average selling price of $59.99 for an autographed item of John-F. Kennedy. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2016 with $4162.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $1.25 was June 2023. In average, an autographed item from John-F. Kennedy is worth $57.77.

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Latest News about John-F. Kennedy

J.F.K.’s Grandson Calls Robert Kennedy’s Campaign ‘an Embarrassment’ (07/21/23): Jack Schlossberg, the grandson of John F. Kennedy, accused his older cousin of “trading in on Camelot” and spreading conspiracy theories “for personal gain and fame.” Go to news article

Biden’s ‘Final’ Order on Kennedy Files Leaves Some Still Wanting More (07/16/23): The president has finished a review first mandated by law in 1992, and while a vast majority of papers related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy have been released, some remain redacted. Go to news article

A Times Article, President Kennedy and a ‘Grave Act' Against U.S. Interests (07/08/23): A New York Times article that reported reinforcements at Soviet missile sites angered President John F. Kennedy, not because it was wrong, but because it was correct. Go to news article

What Is the History Behind Affirmative Action? (10/31/22): John F. Kennedy was the first president to link the term specifically with a policy meant to advance racial equality

Biden and Putin, Children of the Cold War, Face Off Over Ukraine (02/26/22): Not since John F. Kennedy and Nikita S. Khrushchev confronted each other over Berlin and Cuba have an American president and Russian leader gone eyeball to eyeball in quite such a dramatic fashion.

Older News Stories about John-F. Kennedy

Jean Daniel, Leading French Journalist and Humanist, Dies at 99 (02/2020): In 1963, Mr. Daniel went to Cuba at the behest of President John F. Kennedy to explore with Fidel Castro the possibility of a rapprochement. Go to news article

Growing up Kennedy | Miller Center (12/2018): Raised in a political dynasty with a strong sense of service, Edward Kennedy recounts how his grandfather's demeanor and warmth inspired his own approach to politics. Go to news article

Obama invokes John F Kennedy as Iran talks hit deadline (03/2015): US President Barack Obama on Tuesday enlisted his predecessor John F Kennedy in defense of contentious nuclear talks with Iran that are now coming down to the wire.

John F. Kennedy Catholic School (02/2015): Second quarter

John F. Kennedy (01/2015): What could the assassinated leader of a democratic ideal possibly have in common with someone who represents a worrying evolutionary possibility? Go to news article

Willie Jackson, Shawn Christian lead Garfield Heights boys basketball to 102-60 (12/2014): Garfield Heights boys basketball defeated John F. Kennedy, 102-60, on Tuesday. Go to news article

Bomb threat on plane at John F. Kennedy International Airport (11/2014): Thor Benson NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- An American Airlines airplane was boarded by authorities at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday after an apparent bomb threat.

Trinity football falls to Warren John F. Kennedy, 35-20 (10/2014): Trinity running back Michael Costanzo scored twice in the game. Go to news article

John F. Kennedy-Fremont 45, Newark Memorial 0 (09/2014): FREMONT -- Josh McKinnie rushed for three touchdowns, and teammates Kaleem Abubukari and Braxton Kiester also ran the ball well as the host Titans (5-0, 1-0 Mission Valley Athletic League) dominated the Cougars (1-3, 0-1).

John F. Kennedy football loses to Steubenville in the opener (08/2014): The John F. Kennedy football team lost its season opener to Steubenville

The death of John F. Kennedy Jr.: 15 years later (07/2014): Fifteen years ago today John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and her sister Lauren Bessette were killed in a plane crash off Martha’s Vineyard. The small plane ...

Fair features John F. Kennedy exhibit (06/2014): In addition to the corn dogs and Ferris wheel, this year the San Diego County Fair features a special exhibit on President Kennedy.

John F. Kennedy, age 30 (05/2014): The 35th president at the very beginning of his political career.

10 Interesting Facts About John F. Kennedy (04/2014): John F. Kennedy had many extramarital affairs. Here are 10 interesting facts about the former president. Contributor: Tom Harrington Published: Apr 14, 2014

Superman artwork arrives in John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston (03/2014): BOSTON — Superman has finally soared into the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. Legendary comic book artist Al Plastino thought he ...

Radio Boston: Boston Remembers The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy (02/2014):   Go to news article

No. 3 Villa Angela-St. Joseph boys basketball defeats Warren John F. Kennedy (01/2014): WARREN, Ohio — Villa Angela-St. Joseph boys basketball team earned a victory on the road Friday defeating Warren John F. Kennedy, 79-43.VASJ, ranked No. 3 in the boys basketball Top 25 poll, was led by Jeff Grudzinski with 15 points....

Willoughby South girls basketball defeats Cleveland John F. Kennedy, 54-41 (12/2013): CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Willoughby South girls basketball team defeated Cleveland John F. Kennedy, 54-41, on Thursday at John F. Kennedy High School. Sydney Merk led the Rebels with 14 points, while teammate Lauren Blasinsky added 12....

Shaw boys basketball sparks in fourth quarter to beat Cleveland John F. Kennedy, (11/2013): CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Shaw boys basketball outscored Cleveland John F. Kennedy, 23-7, in the fourth quarter to defeat the Eagles, 74-56, on Friday.Shawn Adams had 18 points for the Cardinals, while Justin Mitchell had 15 and Zachary Whiteside scored...

Jack: A Musical Drama on the Life of John F. Kennedy Plays the York Beginning No (10/2013): The York Theatre Company's concert production of Jack: A Musical Drama on the Life of John F. Kennedy begins performances Nov. 1.

No. 4 Glenville football rolls over Cleveland John F. Kennedy in Senate League m (09/2013): CLEVELAND, Ohio - Glenville, ranked No. 4 in the Top 25 high school football poll, cruised to a 53-7 win Friday over Cleveland John F. Kennedy.When the two teams went into their locker rooms at halftime, the Tarblooders...

John F. Kennedy Faced Civil Rights Opponents In His Own Party (08/2013): One aim of the organizers of the 1963 March on Washington was to get Congress to pass civil rights legislation. President John F. Kennedy had proposed a wide-ranging measure earlier that summer. But he faced unrelenting opposition from lawmakers, many in his own party.

John F. Kennedy Assassination (07/2013): Many people will never forget the date, November 22,1963; the day the beloved president, John F. Kennedy, was assassinated. This year, just weeks before the 50th anniversary of his assassination, a television network will take another look into the historical …

John F. Kennedy’s presidential campaign celebrated on Twitter (06/2013): November 9 will mark the 50th anniversary of the election of John F. Kennedy as the 35th president of the United States. Go to news article

Presidential Pads: On His Birthday, Mapping John F. Kennedy's Many Homes (05/2013): Jack, Jacqueline, Caroline, and John Jr., at the Morton Downey House, 1962. Photo: JFK Library Today marks the 96th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's birth, and though the 35th president was assassinated at the age of 46 his legacy lives...

Eternal flame for John F. Kennedy moved temporarily (04/2013): WASHINGTON (CNN) — The eternal flame dedicated to John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery has been moved to a...

India Ink: When John F . Kennedy Jr. Came to India (03/2013): The little-known story of JFK Jr.’s incognito travels through India at age 23, where he slept on floors and haggled with tuk-tuk drivers.

John F. Kennedy’s Grandson: Should He Date Taylor Swift? (02/2013): While Taylor and Conor Kennedy couldn’t make it work, T-Swizzle should set her eyes on another Kennedy — John F.

Previously unseen photos of John F Kennedy and Jackie Onassis up for auction (01/2013): Be the first to make a comment.  Remember me Forgot my password Not a member? Register Now !

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevi (12/2012): I want to share my thoughts on why I feel we should all be at the Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat on 12th January. That will be in a forthcoming post. First, I would like to share this video that was put together. Nothing in it is original. Parts from various videos have been stitched together to [...]

John F. Kennedy Middle School Honor Roll (11/2012): SOUTHINGTON - John F. Kennedy Middle School has named the following students to its honor roll for the first term.

Paul Giamatti, Billy Bob Thornton cast in John F Kennedy biopic (10/2012): The film will be based on Vincent Bugliosi's book Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F Kennedy.

Dallas Museum of Art exhibit reunites art John F. Kennedy saw before assassinati (09/2012): This Nov. 22, 1963 photo provided by Amon Carter Museum of American Art Archives shows the paintings Thomas Eakins', Swimming and Charles M. Russell's, Lost in a Snowstorm in Suite 850 at the Hotel Texas, in Fort Worth, Texas. Go to news article

Indio's John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital fined (08/2012): The Indio hospital was among 14 medical facilities fined a total of $825,000 for failure to comply with state licensing requirements.

Recall the other wealthy president, John F. Kennedy (07/2012): Re "Olympic dancing horse adds to poor portrait of Romney" (Forum, July 29): Amazing how s

Jackie Kennedy Exhibit Opens At John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum In Massachusetts (06/2012): HYANNIS, Mass. -- A special summer exhibit on Jackie Kennedy's life on Cape Cod has opened at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. The exhibit includes photos, handwritten letters and other artifacts from her time on the Cape.

Matthew McConaughey as John F. Kennedy? Why Can't Hollywood Do Presidents Right? (05/2012): Here you go again, movie industry. Go to news article

The assassination that shook the world: Rare and unpublished photos from John F. (03/2012): Almost 50 years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, rare and unpublished photographs of his funeral have come to light.

Video of the Day: John F. Kennedy's 1960 Religion Speech (02/2012): Watch the landmark address on separation of church and state that Rick Santorum says makes him vomit.

Alice Hoffman, Chris Matthews expound on Masada-based novel, John F. Kennedy tom (01/2012): On a visit to Masada, the ancient fortress in Israel, novelist Alice Hoffman felt the presence of the past.

Gazette.Net: Bethesda student wins John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage contest (11/2011): Kevin Kay, a senior at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, won first place in the national John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest for high school students.

John F. Kennedy scorned idea of Lyndon Johnson as president, Jacqueline Kennedy (09/2011): Jacqueline Kennedy gave a series of interviews to historian and former Kennedy aide Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. shortly after the 1963 assassination

Perception of Mitt Romney election to presidency would be similar to that of Joh (08/2011): If Mitt Romney were to be elected president of the United States in 2012, the concern that some voters now have with his...

John F. Kennedy feared Apollo moon mission would cost him 1964 re-election (05/2011): Washington, May 26 : Former United States President John F. Kennedy worried that NASA's Apollo space program had "lost its glamour" and might affect his 1964 re-election bid, newly released tapes have revealed.

Would John F. Kennedy have supported a Mormon president? (04/2011): Would America's first Catholic president of the United States have supported the idea of a Mormon for president? Go to news article

Review: John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon (02/2011): Among the major 50th anniversaries in spaceflight being celebrated this year is John F. Kennedy's speech calling for a human mission to the Moon by the end of the 1960s. Jeff Foust reviews a book by that reexamines Kennedy's influence on the early space program. Go to news article

Comments: The legacy of John F. Kennedy, 50 years after his inauguration (01/2011): The hypothetical question of whether Kennedy's "Ask not what your country can do for you..." message still resonates inspires mainly cynicism from readers.