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160;– April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 until 1974, when he resigned from office, the only U. S. president to do so. He had previously served as the 36th Vice President of the United States from 1953 to 1961, and prior to that as a U. S. Representative and also Senator from California. More about Richard Nixon
The most expensive item with a signature of Richard Nixon (John F Kennedy Richard Nixon 1960 First Debate CBS Plaque, Frank Stanton Signed) was sold on eBay in March 2017 for $6213.00 while the cheapest item (JOHN JACK BRENNAN SIGNED INDEX CARD PRES RICHARD NIXON CHIEF OF STAFF RESIGNATIO) found a new owner for $0.89 in August 2014. The month with the most items sold (43) was December 2013 with an average selling price of $58.50 for an autographed item of Richard Nixon. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2015 with $375.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $15.49 was August 2008. In average, an autographed item from Richard Nixon is worth $71.76.
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|RICHARD NIXON signed letter 1956 Office of the VP letterhead||$749.99|
In total, we tracked 1883 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Richard Nixon were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
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|Autographed Picture of Richard Nixon||$81.00|
|Elliot Richardson signed 1973 Richard Nixon cover||$8.01|
|Jack Brennan Richard Nixon COS Autographed 8x10||$9.99|
|PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON: HAND SIGNED LETTER||$75.00|
|RICHARD NIXON AUTOGRAPHED CARD||$51.00|
|Richard Nixon Deceased President Signed 3x5 Card K1081||$51.00|
|RICHARD NIXON SIGNED AUTOGRAPH AUTOGRAPHED COA||$100.00|
|Richard Nixon Signed TLS 1968 Secreterial ?||$26.00|
|Sketch Of President Richard Nixon Signed By Him||$113.57|
|William Rogers signed 1971 Richard Nixon cover||$5.00|
Hillary Clinton’s lessons from Richard Nixon: What his winning 1968 race can teach her about image and comebacks (04/10/15): A young Hillary worked on the Watergate committee investigating Nixon. Candidate Hillary should study his successes
For $75 Million, You Can Discover All the Booby Traps Richard Nixon Probably Left in His California Mansion (04/06/15): In 1974, Richard Nixon resigned the office of the presidency, did that weird waving thing, boarded a helicopter, and shipped out to San Clemente, California where he spent the rest of his days brooding and plotting his revenge in...
Expanding the greenway into Richard Nixon Park in Springfield Township (04/04/15): A future wetlands project at Richard Nixon County Park in Springfield Township might expand into a trail system should the York County Parks and Recreation Department have its way.
Richard Nixon's $75m 'Western White House' estate for sale (04/03/15): The 5.45 acre estate in San Clemente, California was bought by Nixon in 1969, six months into his presidency, for $1.4million. It boasts a tennis court, pool and Pacific Ocean views.
Expanding the greenway into Richard Nixon Park in Springfield Township (04/2015): A future wetlands project at Richard Nixon County Park in Springfield Township might expand into a trail system should the York County Parks and Recreation Department have its way.
Gone Girl: Iggy Azalea Is The Richard Nixon Of Social Media (03/2015): Who would have pegged Iggy Azalea as an astute student of history? In 1962, Richard Nixon gave a legendary press conference following his loss in the California gubernatorial election, telling reporters he was finished in politics and that they wouldn’t have him “to kick around anymore.” Following suit, just a few days ago Ms. Amethyst Gone Girl: Iggy Azalea Is The Richard Nixon Of Social Media ...
Way back when: Richard Nixon calls Vietnam War over (01/2015): Henry David “Hank” Laird was charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Linda Laird, 56, who was found dead in their home in the 7400 block of South Urbana Avenue. His murder tri
Gristede's Heiress Andrea Catsimatidis Is Divorcing Richard Nixon's Grandson (12/2014): Four years ago, the tabloids were gaga (and slightly eww ) about the romance between Andrea Catsimatidis and Christopher Cox. Now, they are getting divorced. [ more › ]
George W. Bush describes awkward blind date with Richard Nixon's daughter (11/2014): Former President George W. Bush once went on an awkward blind date with the daughter of then-President Richard Nixon, Mr. Bush has revealed. Mr. Bush says his new book, "41 — A Portrait of My Father," is a "love story" about his father, former President George H.W. Bush. In the ...
Futurama’s Resident Physics Nerd on Math Jokes and Richard Nixon (09/2014): In this week's installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy , Futurama head writer David X. Cohen discusses the show's super-nerdy sci-fi and math jokes. The post Futurama’ s Resident Physics Nerd on Math Jokes and Richard Nixon appeared first on WIRED .
How An Iconic Photo Of Richard Nixon In Russia Was Taken 'By Sheer Luck' (07/2014): In 1959, an impromptu discussion between two global leaders changed, in many ways, the course of history. The above photo, seen by millions all over Russia, the United States, and the world, outraged and emboldened citizens, altered opinions, and potentially even swayed votes. The photo was taken during a debate between Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and U.S .Vice President Richard Nixon in ...
China warms up to Narendra Modi; compares him to Richard Nixon (05/2014): Liu Zongyi, a Chinese government expert with the Shangai Institute for International Practices, has said Indian Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi's functioning style is similar to that of the Chinese and it will "propel the China-India relationship".
The life of Richard Nixon: Exhibit, panel to honor legacy (04/2014): YORBA LINDA - Chris Cox remembers the thunderstorm and hail that greeted him as he arrived at the funeral of his grandfather, President Richard Nixon.
Evidence that Richard Nixon tried to sabotage the My Lai Massacre court-martials (03/2014): Pat Cunningham offers an unabashedly liberal perspective on national politics. A note of caution: The language gets a little salty on some of the sites to which this blog links. So, don't say you weren't warned. By the way, this blog's name is ...
Hillary Clinton's Secret Papers, Brought To You By Richard Nixon (02/2014): When papers of the Clinton Library become public today, starting at 1pm, a voyeuristic, journalistic occasion that would impress William Randolph Hearst, former First Lady and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton can thank one person: Richard Nixon.
What Do Justin Bieber, Richard Nixon And Jenna Jameson Have In Common? (12/2013): Justin Bieber shocked his fans recently by announcing he intends to retire, but hope is not lost for the army of Bieber fans. Many celebrities have announced their retirement over the years, only to mount a successful comeback within months or years. TIME collected some of our favorite retirement comebacks in history to give hope to even the most distraught Beliebers.
Opposition MPs compare Stephen Harper to Richard Nixon (11/2013): It seems everyday, in Question Period, there's a question or comment that catches everybody a little off guard. Thursday's 'moment' came courtesy of Liberal MP Joyce Murray who — in her preamble to a query — compared Stephen Harper to … Continue reading →
This week in Tallahassee history: President Richard Nixon's visit to Tallahassee (10/2013): BY Karl Etters and Sean Rossman Democrat staff writers -- President Richard Nixon visited Tallahassee for the first time Oct. 28, 1970. He spoke about the rivalry between Florida State University and the University of Florida, school integration and educational equality and on the defeat of one of his Supreme Court nominations, Tallahassee-based Judge Harrold Carswell.
Bid on that Letter from Richard Nixon to Bob Knight that You've Been Coveting for Years (09/2013): Shown above is Richard Nixon’s 1985 book “No More Vietnams,” with an accompanying signed letter, which reads, in part, “As I put it in the last paragraph of this book, ‘No more Vietnams’ can mean that we should not try again. It should mean we must not fail again.”
Billy Graham 'absolutely crushed' by Richard Nixon's profanity (08/2013): A newly released recording captures some curses that slipped into a conversation Nixon was having with Graham in 1973.
Will Obama Follow Richard Nixon As An Asterisk President? (06/2013): The notorious asterisk (*) is applied to discredited sports records. Lance Armstrong’s seven Tour de France victories have been followed by an * in the record books since his admission of doping. Richard Nixon is modern history’s only asterisk President. His * denotes the only President to resign from office. More generally, the asterisk applies to any achievement gained through questionable ...
Code Pink Protesters Disrupt Donald Rumsfeld Event at Richard Nixon Presidential Library: Video (05/2013): Former Republican Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has his fans and his enemies--and then there are the energetic members of Code Pink, the self-described "women-initiated grassroots peace-a...
The Richard Nixon Library Has An Explanation For Everything (02/2013): Starting with Herbert Hoover , every American president has established libraries and museums to preserve their legacies — and to tell their side of the story.
CIA Secret War Files Discussion Set For This Afternoon at Richard Nixon Presidential Library (01/2013): Are you bored and a history buff?Well, today was made to liven up your life in Yorba Linda at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library, which is holding a party this afternoon entitled, "Nixon and...
RICHARD NIXON: Former president's 100th birthday is Jan. 9 (12/2012): Former President Richard Nixon’s 100th birthday is Jan. 9 and his foundations want you to know everything being done to celebrate his life. Just don’t ask about Watergate.
Spectacular Christmas Exhibit, Designed by Ambius, to Open at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library (11/2012): A magnificent collection of twenty-two breathtaking trees decorated to reflect the spirit of the holidays from countries and cultures around the world, and specially themed trees including the Elvis Tree, ...
'Richard Nixon challenger' George McGovern dies aged 90 (10/2012): Former U.S. Senator George McGovern, who stood as the Democratic presidential candidate against Richard Nixon in 1972, has died at the age of 90.
‘Made up’ Richard Nixon prize presented in absentia to Stephen Harper (09/2012): There's a significant conflict going on in Canada. It's a subtle one but it exists and it seems to be escalating. It's a battle between Stephen Harper and the unions. The latest 'attack' came on Thursday when several anti-Conservative groups … Continue reading →
Watch: Sam Donaldson Reflects on Sammy Davis Jr. and Richard Nixon (08/2012): Sam Donaldson looks back at the 1972 Republican National Convention in Miami.
John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon among leaders who have spoken in Mansfield (07/2012): MANSFIELD -- President Barack Obama's visit to Mansfield on Wednesday renews an infrequent but intriguing path a number of men have taken to the Oval Office.
Richard Nixon Reacts to Obamacare Ruling (06/2012): When something big breaks in the news--take an eagerly awaited U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, puhleeeez--it's not unusual for newspapers to be bombarded with emails reacting to the same, from
Quora: How Would History Have Been Different if Richard Nixon Had Won the 1960 Presidential Election? (05/2012): An interesting question for sure! This is the stuff that comes to mind, in no real order -- but really, after '76 all bets are off.
Love letters at Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum reveal Nixon's sensitive side (03/2012): Richard Nixon Foundation consultant Bob Bostock reads love letters exchanged between Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat, in the early years of their romance and long before he became president, that are displayed at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library upcoming exhibit celebrating Pat NixonÌs 100th birthday, in Yorba Linda, Calif.
Scott Walker Recall: Democrats Release First Ad, Compare Governor To Richard Nixon (02/2012): WASHINGTON -- The Wisconsin Democratic Party is out with its first ad in the campaign to recall Gov. Scott Walker (R), comparing the governor to former President Richard Nixon.
Wanted: Richard Nixon Library Director (01/2012): Tim Naftali left last month as the first director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum since the National Archives in 2005-06 took over the tapes, documents and most of the facilities
The 'Outing' of Richard Nixon (12/2011): Rumors of Nixon's sexual orientation has rarely moved beyond faint whispers.
Richard Nixon's Grand Jury Testimony: More Heat Than Light (11/2011): The media swarmed around a 36-year-old grand jury testimony for a seismic revelation to plaster on its front pages. Many left disappointed. All we got, in the end, was former President Richard Nixon in all his "Tricky Dick" glory -- and little more.
Sounding Like Richard Nixon, State GOP Chairman Attacks Occupy Nashville as Bums (10/2011): State GOP chairman Chris Devaney is quickly drawing flak in the liberal blogosphere for saying Democrats should send a "decontamination crew" to Occupy Nashville.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Book Review: ‘Poisoning the Press: Richard Nixon, Jack Anderson, and the Rise of Washington's Scandal Culture,' By ... (06/2011): This is the week that marks the beginning of the downfall for two of Washington's most embittered enemies, Richard Nixon and Jack Anderson. It happened on June 17, 1972, in a Washington, D.C., buildin
Richard Nixon meets the 'Lithuanians for Nixon': Cleveland Remembers (05/2011): The candidate smiled and quickly made his way into the crowd, much to the dismay of the Secret Service, and went over to the ladies.
Conrad Black: Sensitive, erratic Richard Nixon became ‘relatively serene’ in later life (04/2011): Historian Conrad Black, the former chairman of the Hollinger media empire who has been in legal limbo for several years, characterizes most of the books written about President Richard Nixon as “smear jobs.”