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Dame Jane Morris Goodall, DBE (/ˈɡʊdˌɔːl/; born Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall, 3 April 1934), formerly Baroness Jane van Lawick-Goodall, is an English primatologist and anthropologist. Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her over 55-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees since she first went to Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania in 1960. More about Jane Goodall
The most expensive item with a signature of Jane Goodall (Jane Goodall Autograph - Questionnaire signed at the conclusion) was sold on eBay in March 2015 for $1199.95 while the cheapest item (JANE GOODALL SIGNED INDEX CARD BIOLOGY GENETICS EVOLUTION MONKEY PHD AUTHOR) found a new owner for $0.85 in April 2013. The month with the most items sold (10) was January 2013 with an average selling price of $45.00 for an autographed item of Jane Goodall. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in December 2015 with $342.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $5.49 was November 2015. In average, an autographed item from Jane Goodall is worth $22.50.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Jane Goodall that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|Jane Goodall autographed 4x6 photo||$16.99|
|JANE GOODALL HAND SIGNED 5x7 PHOTO+COA CHIMPANZEE EXPERT TO MICHAEL||$81.99|
|JANE GOODALL SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PHOTO - VERY RARE LEGENDARY APE SCIENTIST A||$250.00|
|JANE GOODALL SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PHOTO - VERY RARE LEGENDARY APE SCIENTIST B||$250.00|
|JANE GOODALL SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PHOTO - VERY RARE LEGENDARY APE SCIENTIST C||$250.00|
|RARE JANE GOODALL SIGNED LIVING WITH CHIMPANZEES||$65.00|
In total, we tracked 373 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Jane Goodall were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
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|Dr. Jane Goodall: Autographed issue of Longwood Magazine and Gorilla Poster||$10.50|
|gorillas JANE GOODALL signed AUTOGRAPH #1036||$3.99|
|JANE GOODALL - Signed/Autographed 4x6 Photo||$5.99|
|Jane Goodall Primatologist/Anthropologist study chimpanzee Signed Card C15602||$7.99|
|Jane Goodall Primatologist/Anthropologist study chimpanzee Signed Card C15967||$9.99|
Winnie the Pooh, Jane Goodall and Gary Oldman star in feel-good British Airways ad (02/02/19): Throughout the year leading up to the airline's anniversary, the BA 100, ambassadors for the brand and for the UK, will star in more promotional ads.
Jane Goodall’s Lovely Letter to Children About How Reading Shaped Her Life (01/31/19): How a public library and a messy second-hand bookshop helped a small girl with no money and big dreams change the face of science.
Jane Goodall to Calgary: Renowned primate researcher wants to inspire next generation (03/02/15): The organizers of a Calgary event featuring renowned conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall want Alberta youngsters to go wild.
Inspired by Jane Goodall, Vincent Tan says he is going vegetarian (01/30/15): KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 — There was no denying that the 2,000-strong audience at Dr Jane Goodall’s talk this morning were inspired by her story of her life and work. But perhaps nobody was more...
Jane Goodall talks humans and other primates (01/30/15): KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 — World-famous primatologist Dr Jane Goodall credited her mother for her remarkable life and encouraging her to dream and be curious. She was speaking to a 2,000-strong...
Inspired by Jane Goodall, Vincent Tan says he is going vegetarian (01/2015): KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 — There was no denying that the 2,000-strong audience at Dr Jane Goodall’s talk this morning were inspired by her story of her life and work. But perhaps nobody was more...
Dr. Jane Goodall reagiert auf schockierende Berichterstattung mit Forderung zur sofortigen Einstellung der invasiven ... (09/2014): MÜNCHEN, September 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UN-Friedensbotschafterin Dr. Jane Goodall, weltbekannte Primatenforscherin und Gründerin des Jane Goodall Instituts, sprach sich öffentlich gegen das Leiden der Primaten in Tierversuchen am Max-Planck-Institut für...
On Palate Press: What Jane Goodall taught me about wine science (07/2014): With so much interesting research, so many papers published, so many nit-picky little things to remember about temperatures and acidity and bugs and the rest, it’s easy to lose the forest for the trees in enology. When the much-beloved chimpanzee expert … Continue reading →
Chimping at the bit for Jane Goodall (06/2014): Anthropologist Jane Goodall speaks to a standing-room-only audience in Eisenhower Auditorium. Goodall, who discussed her life and time spent studying chimpanzees last night, was the University's April speaker in the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Jane Goodall asks politicians: Do you really not care about the future of your great-grandchildren? (05/2014): One of the most eminent conservationists in the world has condemned Australia for its lack of response to climate change and said the country ''needs a wake-up call''.
Jane Goodall Answers Our "Silly" Questions (04/2014): All I needed to know was that Dr. Jane Goodall was available for interviews, and I was there, even if it was only for 10 minutes, even if it was in the Midtown Buca di Beppo. Read more...
Happy 80th Birthday, Jane Goodall (03/2014): Our understanding of chimpanzees, and of ourselves, has been changed in spectacular ways by Jane Goodall's work. Next week Goodall will turn 80; let's send her a message of thanks and congratulations.
Jane Goodall: China exploits Africa (02/2014): Today's must-reads: A noted primatologist says China is a modern-day colonialist in Africa, a Mexican drug kingpin goes down, and Ugandan homophobia's silver lining.
Jane Goodall among luminaries for Dominican spring lecture series (01/2014): Best known as one of the world's leading experts on chimpanzee research, Jane Goodall turns her attention to all things botanical in 'Seeds of Hope.' She'll discuss it April 4 at Dominican University in San Rafael.
Bonobos Find Their Own Jane Goodall in the Congo (11/2013): The bonobos have found their Jane Goodall, and this time she’s from the Congo. Although bonobos are native to the Congo, Suzy Kwetuenda is the first Congolese person to study them.
Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Biruté Galdikas (10/2013): The connection between Tarzan and Jane Goodall never occurred to me until Page 2 of Primates, when a young Goodall daydreams of swinging on vines, jealous of Tarzan's other Jane.
Jane Goodall Shows Support for Bear Researcher Lynn Rogers (08/2013): Ely, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Bear researcher Lynn Rogers can still track and collar bears, but the battle between Rogers and the Minnesota DNR continues.
Chimps in Uganda: A Visit with Jane Goodall (07/2013): Chimps in Uganda: A Visit with Jane Goodall
Primatologist Jane Goodall brings message of hope to University of Miami community (04/2013): Jane Goodall, the famed British primatologist, brought a message of hope to the University of Miami community Monday afternoon on campus.
What’s On Jane Goodall ’s Bucket List? Q+A At Oakland University (03/2013): World famous anthropologist, 79 year old Dr. Jane Godall visits Oakland University, and tells reporters she considers herself an "obstinate critter" who won't give up on saving endangered species, and the environment.
Jane Goodall to Speak at Earth Day Conference in Madison (02/2013): British primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at an Earth Day conference on April 15 in Madison.
National Geographic 125th Anniversary: Afghan Refugee, Jane Goodall and other Stunning Photographs [PHOTOS] (01/2013): The National Geographic Society celebrates its 125th anniversary and in honour, IBTimes UK looks through some of the most iconic photographs of the magazine
Jane Goodall to appear at Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro (12/2012): Jane Goodall takes center stage Tuesday as grand marshal of the Tournament of Roses Parade. But in a few days, she'll share a more intimate stage - at the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro.
Anthropologist Jane Goodall announced for spring Ubben Lecture, “Making a Difference” (11/2012): Jane Goodall, world-renowned anthropologist known for her 45-year study of chimpanzees in Tanzania, will be on campus April 17 as part of DePauw's Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture series. The event is free and welcome to the public.
Jane Goodall’s message inspires Blakelock student to do more (10/2012): Madeline Turriff, Kids Speak Out: Travelling 300 days a year, Dr. Jane Goodall spreads her message to people all around the globe.
Prominent Canadians to Support Jane Goodall's Mission (09/2012): Jane Goodall Institute of Canada announces inaugural members of Circle of ChampionsTORONTO , Sept. 25, 2012 /CNW/ - The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada (JGI Canada ) today announced the formation of a ...
Primatologist Jane Goodall to speak at UCI as part of Living Peace Series (08/2012): Renowned primatologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace, will share her experiences and her concerns about the threats facing the planet in a speech entitled “Making a Difference.”
Chimps injure man at Jane Goodall sanctuary (07/2012): An American student was injured by chimpanzees at the South Africa sanctuary founded by the famed Jane Goodall on Thursday. read more
Chimps attack, severely injure American man at Jane Goodall sanctuary in South Africa (06/2012): JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Chimpanzees at a sanctuary founded by famed primatologist Jane Goodall pulled a Texas graduate student into their fenced-off enclosure, dragging him nearly a half-mile and biting his ear and hands.