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160;– August 25, 2009) was an American politician and lawyer who served as a United States Senator from Massachusetts from 1962 until his death in 2009. A member of the Democratic Party, he was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died and was the fourth-longest-continuously-serving senator in United States history, having served there for almost 47 years. Ted Kennedy was the most prominent living member of the Kennedy family for many years, and he was also the last surviving, longest-living, and youngest son of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. and Rose Kennedy. He was the youngest brother of John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, both victims of assassination, and the father of Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy. More about Ted Kennedy
The most expensive item with a signature of Ted Kennedy (Ted Kennedy Signed print titled "Hyannis Port Compound") was sold on eBay in October 2009 for $875.00 while the cheapest item (LETTER SIGNED BY TED KENNEDY 1966) found a new owner for $0.99 in February 2015. The month with the most items sold (90) was August 2009 with an average selling price of $66.00 for an autographed item of Ted Kennedy. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2013 with $217.18 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.49 was August 2017. In average, an autographed item from Ted Kennedy is worth $32.51.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Ted Kennedy that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|EDWARD TED KENNEDY US SENATOR SIGNED PHOTO AUTOGRAPH||$49.99|
|Signed Ted Kennedy Photograph - 4x6||$43.99|
|TED KENNEDY - SIGNED AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE||$60.00|
|Ted Kennedy Autograph Vintage Signed 1970 Ed Kennedy re-elect Democrat US Senate||$165.00|
|Ted Kennedy Autographed 8x10 Photo Hand Signed To My Husband (B1)||$45.00|
|Ted Kennedy HOF Signed Hockey Puck JSA COA||$49.99|
|Ted Kennedy Signed Photo||$51.99|
In total, we tracked 1050 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Ted Kennedy were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|JSA AUTHENTIC SIGNED TED KENNEDY LETTER SENATE LETTER||$201.99|
|Ted Kennedy : Senator Typed Letter Signed with P.S.||$397.00|
|TED KENNEDY signed 10x8 coa HISTORIC IMAGE w/ RFK & JFK||$55.00|
|TED KENNEDY signed 8x10 coa HISTORIC IMAGE w/ RFK & JFK||$39.00|
|Ted Kennedy signed 8x10 photo Senator||$39.99|
Will new Senate institute honoring Ted Kennedy foster bipartisan cooperation? (03/31/15): A new center dedicated to the memory of the late Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy aims to rekindle the spirit of bipartisan lawmaking among America's youth.
Joe Biden Tells of Meeting Naked Senators With Ted Kennedy (03/30/15): Clothes were optional when Senator Edward Kennedy introduced Vice President Joe Biden to the Senate’s elder statesmen, Biden said Monday.
Ted Kennedy remembered at opening of institute (03/30/15): President Barack Obama praised the late Edward Kennedy on Monday at the opening of a Senate chamber replica built in his honor, calling the former Democratic Senator for Massachusetts an inspired leader who bridged the bipartisan divide.
Ted Kennedy center dedication in Boston attended by Obama and GOP senators (03/30/15): At the dedication of an institute honoring Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, President Obama said Monday that more public servants should be like the late liberal lawmaker. "What if we carried ourselves more like Ted Kennedy?" Mr. Obama said in Boston. "What if we worked to follow his example a little ...
Ted Kennedy institute hopes to inspire future generation (03/30/15): “No one made the Senate come alive like Ted Kennedy,” said President Obama during the dedication ceremony for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate in Boston. The institute includes a replica of the Senate floor to be used by students. Chip Reid reports.
Will new Senate institute honoring Ted Kennedy foster bipartisan cooperation? (03/2015): A new center dedicated to the memory of the late Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy aims to rekindle the spirit of bipartisan lawmaking among America's youth.
#tbt: Ted Kennedy Lets It All Hang Out (01/2015): We suspect the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., would have been gratified to see the Golden Globes and the heap of awards given to "Transparent," the groundbreaking television series about a man's embracing his transgender self.
Ted Kennedy's Former Firm Being Investigated By SEC (12/2014): Senator-elect Ted Kennedy Jr.’s former healthcare consulting firm is being investigated for insider trading, officials said Thursday. The firm is disputing that it did anything illegal and said the case “makes no sense.”
Ted Kennedy Jr., son of late senator, wins Connecticut Senate seat in his 1st political race (11/2014): HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Ted Kennedy Jr., son of late senator, wins Connecticut Senate seat in his 1st political race .
Style maven on Aisle 3: Ted Kennedy Watson signs at the Met Market (07/2014): Ted Kennedy Watson classes up the Met Market; the fashionably repurposed jackboots you’ve been waiting for; Bremerton’s Swiffer celebs; and Lena Dunham is coming.
Ted Kennedy Jr. to run for state Senate in Connecticut (04/2014): NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Ted Kennedy Jr. is planning to run for the state Senate in Connecticut in his first bid for public office, two people briefed on the decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
Ted Kennedy Jr. (03/2014): In this Oct. 16, 2010 file photo, Ted Kennedy Jr., right, shares a light moment with Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal. Kennedy, son of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, released a statement Monday saying he will decide within two weeks whether to seek this year's Democratic nomination for the 12th Senatorial District seat.
Ted Kennedy's widow nominated to USPS post (02/2014): Ted Kennedy's widow to be nominated for USPS post.
Ted Kennedy, Jr., Joins Epstein Becker Green as Partner (01/2014): STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The national law firm of Epstein Becker Green is pleased to announce that Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy, Jr., has joined as a Member of the Firm in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice in the firm's Stamford, Conn., office. As a leading healthcare regulatory attorney, Mr. Kennedy will counsel healthcare clients on the critical legal and ...
2004: Ted Kennedy surprises Edmund Reggie, other Hall of Fame inductees (11/2013): Editor's Note: The following story was published Feb. 2, 2004, in The (Alexandria) Town Talk.
“Ted Kennedy Gene” Turned Off (10/2013): The brain cancer that killed Senator Edward Kennedy, Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), causes the deaths of approximately 13,000 Americans a year. The disease is aggressive and incurable.
Ted Kennedy is the one to blame for Obamacare? (09/2013): Politico has an interesting timeline of President Obama’s evolution from not really interested in healthcare (as a candidate) to completely focused on this central accomplishment (as a second-term president). Authors Carrie Budoff Brown and Glenn Thrush traced the initial idea to focus on healthcare to “the pressure to say something, anything, at the progressive health […]
US politicians mourn Ted Kennedy (08/2013): Ted Kennedy spent years struggling to live up to his family name but through dogged determination finally rose above it The American political establishment today paid tribute to Ted Kennedy, the youngest member of the so-called Camelot generation who spent years struggling to live up to his family name but through dogged determination finally rose above it. Barack Obama led the honours ...
Use Ted Kennedy standard for Paula Deen (07/2013): Many are asking whether Paula Deen should be fired for her 10-year-old racial comments. I find it best to use a standard. I choose someone. If what another person said or did is worse than my standard, I say fire. If not, don’t fire. My standard is Ted Kennedy. read more
Jimmy Carter slams Ted Kennedy over health plan on '60 Minutes' - SEE VIDEO (06/2013): Former president Jimmy Carter claims that America would have had comprehensive health care decades ago if it weren't for Senator Ted Kennedy. Speaking to Lesley Stahl on the CBS show "60 Minutes," Carter said that Kennedy's actions delayed comprehensive health coverage for Americans for 30 years.
Ted Kennedy '54-'56 Went To The Senate In 1962, But Not With Harvard's Support (05/2013): On the morning of Wednesday, November 7, 1962, one might have expected the Editorial Board of The Harvard Crimson to strike a celebratory tone. It did not.
Milford office to further Ted Kennedy 's mission (03/2013): In 1966, Edward M. Kennedy took a trip that would play a significant part in shaping his nearly 47 year political career.
Off with the old, on with the new: Ted Kennedy's Virginia home set to be torn down making way for $45 million chateau (02/2013): The former home of the late Senator Ted Kennedy is set to be torn down and replaced with a $45 million chateau.
$45 Million: Plans For Ted Kennedy 's Former Estate (01/2013): A planned estate on the site of Ted Kennedy ’s former McLean home hit the market on Tuesday for an eye-popping $45 million, making it the most expensive listing in the area.
Democrats seeking Ted Kennedy’s widow to run for vacant Senate seat in Mass. (12/2012): Top Massachusetts Democrats, and even President Obama himself, may be looking to nudge Ted Kennedy’s widow Vicki Kennedy into considering a run for the Senate seat that will be open if Senator John Kerry takes up the position of Secretary of State.
Ted Kennedy Jr. questions McMahon campaign use of President Kennedy’s image (11/2012): NEW HAVEN — U.S. senatorial Republican candidate Linda McMahon hasn’t invoked the image of the President John F. Kennedy in two years, but a new ad that does is getting the same negative response from the late president’s family this time as it did then.
Ted Kennedy, Jr. recalls Youngstown gag gift (10/2012): YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A study has found a lot of interest in moving Cardinal Mooney High School from Youngstown to the suburbs. The survey gauges opinions from alumni on re-locating the campus to as yet More >>
Did Harry Reid Try to Use Ted Kennedy’s Illness to Guilt-Trip GOP Senators? (08/2012): In The New New Deal, his just-released book on the Obama stimulus plan, Time national correspondent Michael Grunwald writes that Harry Reid started to act a little desperate during his attempts to convince Republican senators to vote for 2009's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. According to an anecdote recounted to ... More »
Kennedy family feud rages over Ted Kennedy’s memory and legacy institute (07/2012): Edward Kennedy's two sons and his widow, Vicki Kennedy, are at odds over the late senator's legacy and the handling of the $71 million institute that bears his name.
Guest list: Keith Olbermann, Ted Kennedy’s widow on ‘This Week’ (06/2012): Chief of Staff Lew will be a guest on CNN's "State of the Union," which starts at 9 a.m. and noon. Other guests are Carly Fiorina, vice chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, D-Mich.
Widow of Ted Kennedy tells Montclair State grads their future is 'brighter' with college degree (05/2012): Victoria Kennedy spoke at the ceremony at the Izod Center before the largest graduating class in the university's 104-year history and lauded the school's commitment to education
Mitt Romney Also Attacked On Women's Issue By Ted Kennedy's '94 Campaign (04/2012): WASHINGTON -- Mitt Romney has had three separate political campaigns to figure out how to attract women voters. A recent USA Today -Gallup Poll shows he needs more practice.
Rick Santorum In 2012 May Wound GOP Nominee, Like Ted Kennedy Did In 1980 (03/2012): A long, grueling primary divides a party. The insurgent candidate, a Catholic who has represented a Northeastern state in the Senate, rockets to the top of the polls, capitalizing on distrust for the front-runner.
Brown declines to pull ad mentioning Ted Kennedy (02/2012): Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown said Monday he would not be pressured by the late Sen. Edward Kennedy's family to stop running a radio ad claiming that Kennedy's position was similar to Brown's in the fight over whether employers should be required to provide birth control coverage or other procedures they oppose on religious or moral grounds.
Ted Kennedy's wish fulfilled as Hyannis Port house is donated to charity (01/2012): Ted Kennedy's Hyannis Port home has been given to the institute in his name, fulfilling wishes outlined in the Massachusetts senator's will. read more
Joe Scarborough Lets Ann Coulter Call Ted Kennedy ‘Human Pestilence’ On Morning Joe (11/2011): Conservative attention grenade Ann Coulter 's appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe resulted in some predictable shenanigans on her part, but also in shocking silence from host Joe Scarborough following a crass slur of late Sen. Ted Kennedy . Seeking to excuse Mitt Romney 's position shifts, Coulter noted that Romney had run against Kennedy, and referred to him as "that human pestilence."
Funeral Mass held for Ted Kennedy's daughter (09/2011): Kara Kennedy, the oldest of three children of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, was remembered at funeral services Wednesday as a thoughtful friend and devoted mother who had a mischievous side like her father.
Anthony Weiner and Ted Kennedy (06/2011): Does the late liberal lion's career offer a post-scandal roadmap for Weiner?
Ted Kennedy's Role in Restoring Diplomatic Relations with China (05/2011): China looms so large in our consciousness today—and was so important to the United States even in the 1960s—that it is hard to believe Ted Kennedy's long and extraordinary life as a major American politician/statesman only took him there once.
Son of late Ted Kennedy ready to tie the knot (03/2011): PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Patrick Kennedy, the son of the late Ted Kennedy, says he is getting ready to tie the knot.
Why Ted Kennedy Jr. Might Run, Why He Might Not (01/2011): The election of 2012 is 21 months away and already two candidates have thrown their hats into the ring for the race for the senate seat currently held by retiring Senator Joe Lieberman, but Democrats Susan Bysiewicz and Chris Murphy won’t be alone for much longer.
Local Ted Kennedy memories (12/2010): Lucinda Ames has always been something of a Kennedy groupie. Ames, who lives in Derby, was a huge fan of President John F. Kennedy while growing up, and even sent him a poem that she'd written for an anthology. In return, she received a signed photo of the first family.