Jean King Autograph

Jean Sadako King (née McKillop; born December 6, 1925 – November 24, 2013) was the seventh lieutenant governor of Hawaii, the state's first woman to be elected as such, from 1978 to 1982 in the administration of Governor George Ariyoshi. More about Jean King

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Current items with a signature of Jean King

These are the most current items with a signature of Jean King that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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thumbnailBattle of the Sexes Billie Jean King Hand Signed 3X5 Card Todd Mueller COA$69.99logo
thumbnailBille Jean King Tennis Champion Autograph SIGNED 3x5 INDEX CARD LIFETIME COA$22.00logo
thumbnailBillie Jean King Tennis Star Signed 5x10 Glossy Photo JSA Authenticated$44.99logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King Cut Signature$10.00logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King Signed Penn Tennis Ball with Exact Proof$500.00logo
Jean Sadako King was the daughter of William Donald McKillop and Chiyo Murakami McKillop. They married in the early 1920s. Her father, William Donald McKillop, was a postmaster of Scottish descent, whereas her mother, Chiyo Murakami Mckillop, was Japanese. Chiyo came from a family of coffee farmers in Kona. King's parents' interracial relationship was not common during that era. The couple settled in an area near Piikoi and Beretania in Honolulu, where King was born and raised. Later, King married James A. King and had a son and a daughter.

King moved around throughout her years in primary school, having attended Likelike School, Aliiolani School, and the English Standard School. During her years in high school, she graduated as valedictorian at the Sacred Hearts Academy. King participated in various after-school activities while attending the Sacred Hearts Academy and was involved in Japanese dancing, tap, hula, and typing and shorthand lessons. Read even more about Jean King at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Jean King

In total, we tracked 134 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Jean King (Autographed Billie Jean King BJK Autograph Tennis Racket) was sold in September 2017 for $750.00 while the cheapest item (Billie Jean King Signed Autographed Team Tennis Paper 100% Guaranteed) found a new owner for $1.79 in January 2018. The month with the most items sold (9) was September 2017 with an average selling price of $17.99 for an autographed item of Jean King. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2018 with $600.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.00 was December 2022. In average, an autographed item from Jean King is worth $39.00.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail2018 The Bar Relic Autograph Billy Jean King Auto Cut 1/1$66.00logo
thumbnailBillie Jean King & Emma Stone Signed Battle Of The Sexes Visor/Hat BAS C62528$149.96logo
thumbnailBillie Jean King Signed Autographed 4x6 Photo Tennis With proof guaranteed 1$19.00logo
thumbnailBillie Jean King Signed Cut Album Page PSA/DNA Early Signature Tennis Star$149.99logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King signed 2008 USOpen Opening Ceremony photo, professionally framed$25.25logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King Signed 3x5 Index Card Autographed Signature Tennis Player$45.00logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King Signed Penn Tennis Ball with Exact Proof$105.75logo
thumbnailBilly Jean King Tennis HOFer signed Signed index card$9.99logo
thumbnailEMMA STONE & BILLIE JEAN KING Battle Of The Sexes SIGNED 11x14 PHOTO + PROOF PIX$215.00logo

Latest News about Jean King

Tennis icon Billie Jean King receives Fed Cup Commitment Award (02/12/19): Tennis - The American had won 52 out of 56 Fed Cup matches she played between 1963-79 Go to news article