GREGORY PECK - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED CHECK 12/17/1963 - HFSID 280384
GREGORY PECK $100 check signed by actor Gregory Peck in 1963, the same year he received an Academy Award for To Kill a Mockingbird. Check signed "Gregory Peck". Endorsed on verso in blue ink in unknown hand. 6x2¾ with perforated left edge. Dec. 17, 1963.
Sale Price $153.00
$100 check signed by actor Gregory Peck in 1963, the same year he received an Academy Award for To Kill a Mockingbird.
Check signed "Gregory Peck". Endorsed on verso in blue ink in unknown hand. 6x2¾ with perforated left edge. Dec. 17, 1963. Un-numbered check for $100, made out to Helene Dale and payable from Peck's account at the Beverly Hills office of California Bank in Beverly Hills, California. In 1963, Peck had the titular role in Captain Newman, M. D.. He also received an Academy Award for his performance as southern defense lawyer Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird, which was released in 1962. Nominated for five Academy Awards for Best Actor, Peck (1916-2003, born Eldred Gregory Peck in La Jolla, California) won the 1963 Oscar for the role of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. He received nominations in 1946 for portraying Father Francis Chisholm in The Keys of the Kingdom, in 1947 for the role of Pa Baxter in The Yearling, 1948 for playing Phil Green in Gentleman's Agreement and 1950 for the role of Brigadier General Frank in Twelve O'Clock High. Peck got his start on the stage, making his Broadway debut in The Morning Star (1942) before starring as a Russian guerilla in Days of Glory (1944). Lightly creased. Normal bank stamps; show-through from verso touches signature and handwriting. Normal cancellation holes, which touch handwriting but not signature. Tape residue at left edge. Paper loss and staple holes at top left corner. Otherwise in fine condition.
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