Rare Autographs and Manuscripts from Andrusier Autographs

Internationally recognised autograph dealer

Rare autographs and historical documents from a world-leading autograph dealer with more than twenty years’ experience in authentication. Browse our diverse collection of letters, signed portraits and manuscripts.

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An extremely rare autograph letter signed by Sun Yat-sen, ‘yours truly, Sun Yat Sen’, June 21st 1897.

The Chinese statesman writes to Felix Volkhosky, in English, informing his friend that ‘The number of “The Times” in which the question made [sic] in the House of Commons concerning of [sic] my kidnapping is that of the 16th of February’, and announcing his intention to leave for America at the end of the month

Our collections

Andrusier Autographs handles documents from some of the most recognisable faces in history. Discover our collection of rare autographs, letters and manuscripts here. (Art, History, Literature, Music & Entertainment)

Eiffel, Gustave

An extraordinary vintage sepia matte-finish 10″ x 5.25″ photo of the Eiffel Tower during construction in late 1887, signed on the mount in black ink, ‘G. Eiffel’

Carter, Howard

The tape measure almost certainly used by Carter on Tutenkamun! Howard Carter’s personally owned 100 foot antique tape measure, leather, approximately 6″ X 6″, with ‘Chesterman, Sheffield, England’ embossed on both sides.

Reinhardt, Django

A superb vintage 7″ x 9.25″ portrait of the legendary jazz guitarist smoking a cigarette by Paris photographer Teddy Piaz, neatly signed and inscribed in fountain pen, ‘Pour Bob, Django Reinhardt.’

About Andrusier Autographs

Adam Andrusier began collecting autographs and historical documents as a teenager and worked in musical theatre before becoming a full-time autograph dealer in 1997. He is a regular exhibitor at the New York and London book fairs, has worked for Christie’s and Bonham’s auction houses as an expert, and inspired Zadie Smith’s award-winning novel The Autograph Man.