Ted Kennedy Autograph

Edward Moore Kennedy (February 22, 1932 – August 25, 2009) was an American lawyer and politician who served as a United States senator from Massachusetts for almost 47 years, from 1962 until his death in 2009. A member of the Democratic Party and the prominent political Kennedy family, he was the second most senior member of the Senate when he died. He is ranked fifth in United States history for length of continuous service as a senator. Kennedy was the younger brother of President John F. Kennedy and U.S. attorney general and U.S. senator Robert F. Kennedy. He was the father of Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy. More about Ted Kennedy

Current items with a signature of Ted Kennedy

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
thumbnailEDWARD TED KENNEDY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/29/1988$300.00logo
thumbnailEDWARD TED KENNEDY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 05/14/1974$275.00logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy - Former U.S. Senator - Autograph $14.95logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy Signed Autographed 8x10 Black & White Photo$50.00logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy Signed Inscribed Autographed 8x10 Photo 1992$23.99logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy Signed Official Maple Leafs Puck Autograph Auto PSA/DNA AK23468 - Autographed NHL Pucks$171.89logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy Signed Official Maple Leafs Puck Autograph Auto PSA/DNA AK23469 - Autographed NHL Pucks$171.89logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy, Massachusetts Senator, Signed Photo, COA$249.99logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy, United States Senator, Vintage Signed Magazine Cover, COA$199.99logo

Traded items with a signature of Ted Kennedy

In total, we tracked 1107 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ted Kennedy (Sen.Ted Kennedy - Historic Signed Limited Edition - Framed) was sold in January 2022 for $1200.00 while the cheapest item (Ted Kennedy US Senator Autograph JFK Envelope and 4 JFK 13 Cent Stamps COA Nice!) found a new owner for $0.99 in April 2021. The month with the most items sold (49) was August 2009 with an average selling price of $59.99 for an autographed item of Ted Kennedy. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2018 with $159.97 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.14 was July 2020. In average, an autographed item from Ted Kennedy is worth $26.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Ted Kennedy were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1964 letter signed by Edward (Ted) Kennedy$5.50logo
thumbnail1980 Senator Ted Kennedy for President Run Teddy Run signed bumper sticker COOL!$29.99logo
thumbnail3- White House letters signed by Edward (Ted) Kennedy$36.00logo
thumbnailMy Senator and Me - SIGNED by Ted Kennedy A Dog's Eye View of Washington DC HCDJ$149.99logo
thumbnailSenator Edward Ted Kennedy Signed Book Massachusetts - America Back On Track$99.00logo
thumbnailSenator Ted Kennedy Signed Autographed 8 x 10 Photograph$35.00logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy Autograph - US Senator from Massachusetts - Signed 8.5x11 Photograph$49.99logo
thumbnailTED KENNEDY Signed Auto Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Puck HOF PSA COA$20.50logo
thumbnailTed Kennedy-Signed Vintage Photograph$40.00logo

Latest News about Ted Kennedy

Melody Miller, Trusted Aide to the Kennedys, Dies at 77 (11/29/22): She worked with the family for over 40 years, mostly for Senator Ted Kennedy. But her duties went far beyond the office. Go to news article

Alito Assured Ted Kennedy in 2005 of Respect for Roe v. Wade, Diary Says (10/24/22): In the senator’s recollection, the Supreme Court justice who wrote the opinion overturning the abortion ruling tried to show Mr. Kennedy that he was not a threat to Roe. Go to news article

James Flug, who helped block Nixon nominees and investigated Watergate, dies at (12/16/20): He was a longtime aide to Ted Kennedy credited with leading the first Senate investigation into the Watergate scandal. Go to news article

Chappaquiddick series details how Kennedy fled scene after crash (12/08/18): Ted Kennedy's actions in the wake of his 1969 car crash that left a woman dead will be the focus of the second episode of the new Fox News series Scandalous: Chappaquiddick . Go to news article

'Scandalous: Chappaquiddick' Episode 2: Kennedy Addresses Nation as Suspicion Bu (12/07/18): The second season of the hit docu-series “Scandalous” continues Sunday night at 8:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.  Go to news article

Older News Stories about Ted Kennedy

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.  Go to news article

#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 po (11/2014): HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Ted Kennedy Jr., son of late senator, wins Connecticut Senate seat in his 1st political race .

Ted Kennedy Jr. Damages Once-Clean Election Law (10/2014): Ted Kennedy Jr. has violated the spirit if not the letter of Connecticut's once-heralded campaign finance reform act.

Ted Kennedy died 5 years ago today. Here’s how he helped elect Barack Obama. (08/2014): The Kennedy endorsement was critically important for Obama's chances in 2008.

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 Lives On in 'Alpha House' (05/2014): The late senator's Capitol Hill hideaway was recreated on a soundstage in Queens.

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. ponders running for Conn. office (03/2014): Ted Kennedy Jr., pictured here in 2009, is Edward Kennedy's eldest son. / Douglas Healey, AP

Ted Kennedy's widow nominated to USPS post (02/2014): Ted Kennedy's widow to be nominated for USPS post.

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.

Rory and Ted Kennedy recall their family history in Wexford (09/2013): An account of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy’s little-known action during the Cuban missile crisis, when she prompted the interest of the Soviet secret service, the CIA and her own son who was U.S. president, was recalled last weekend by her grandson Ted Kennedy Junior. Go to news article

Ted Kennedy's D.C. home on the market (06/2013): The former Washington home of Edward ‘Ted’ Kennedy is up for sale, priced at $7.9 million, according to media reports. Ted and his wife Victoria bought the D.C. house for $2.78 million in 1998. Go to news article

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 do (02/2013): The former home of the late Senator Ted Kennedy is set to be torn down and replaced with a $45 million chateau. Go to news article

$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. to join Murphy, DeLauro on the stump in New Haven (11/2012): Ted Kennedy Jr. will join Chris Murphy and Rosa DeLauro at an event at a New Haven senior center Friday at 1 p.m.

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 >>

Full Court Press: Senator Ted Kennedy's connection to President Obama (09/2012): Senator Ted Kennedy's connection to President Obama - WATCH VIDEO

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 (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 Go to news article

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. Go to news article

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. Go to news article

Elizabeth Warren Hits Up Hollywood to 'Recapture' Ted Kennedy's Senate Seat (02/2012): Tina Daunt The Massachusetts Democrat, who arrives in LA on March 1 for a fundraiser at the Brittenhams' house, has become an entertainment industry favorite this election season. read more

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

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.

FBI File Claims Ted Kennedy Tried To Rent Brothel For A Night (02/2011): Did Ted Kennedy try to rent out a brothel for a night back in 1961, before he became a U.S. Senator?

Ky's McConnell to Move into Ted Kennedy's Former Senate Suite (01/2011): The Kentucky Republican's offices are moving into Kennedy's old suite in the Russell Senate Office Building by spring.

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. Go to news article