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Annie Oakley Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

ANNIE OAKLEY
Born: August 13, 1860 in North Star, Ohio
Died: November 3, 1926 in Greenville, Ohio
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Annie Oakley (1860-1926) was born Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee in Ohio. She was the sixth of eight children. At the age of nine she began to shoot rabbits and quail and was almost a dead shot from the first. Within five years, she was a breadwinner for her family as a markswoman. In 1876, at age 16, she married Frank Butler, a vaudeville performer who became her partner. Annie's self-effacing personality (on and off stage) made her a popular performer. In 1885, the Butlers joined Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. Annie, a star with the show for 17 years, charmed Kings and Queens. In 1901, she was severely injured in a railroad wreck that temporarily paralyzed her. But she made a sensational comeback in the next two decades. She and Butler were childless, but she supported 18 orphan girls.
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  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - ANNOTATED CHECK SIGNED 06/15/1923  - HFSID 300025
    ANNIE OAKLEY Check signed with her married name, Annie Butler, filled out by her to her grand-daughter (by adoption), with an additional note in Annie's hand on verso. Check signed: "Annie Butler", 6½x2¾. Newark, New Jersey, 1923 June 15. Check #135, drawn on the Newark & Essex Banking Co.

    Sale Price $9,350.00

    $11,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/10/1923  - HFSID 288295
    ANNIE OAKLEY Recovering slowly from an auto accident late in her life, she writes a 4-page letter to a female journalist, enthusiastically describing her move to North Carolina. Autograph Letter signed: "Annie Oakley Butler", 4 pages (integral leaf), 5½x6¾.

    Sale Price $9,350.00

    $11,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/11  - HFSID 285927
    ANNIE OAKLEY Her rare, handwritten letter to family members, discussing her health and family finances. signed as "Missie." ALS: "Affect Missie/xxx/xxx", 2¼ pages, 6x9½. Cambridge, Maryland, no year October 11. On letterhead of The Dixon to "Dear Fern And Sister".

    Sale Price $12,750.00

    $15,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 9/24  - HFSID 285930
    ANNIE OAKLEY Before leaving on a ship, probably on tour, "Little Sure Shot" writes to friends. EXTREMELY RARE ALS: "Annie Oakley", 2p, 5¼x8½, separate sheets. On stationery of Eastern Steamship Lines, Brocton, Mass., no year, September 24.Begins: "Dear Friends".

    Sale Price $16,150.00

    $19,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED  - HFSID 277672
    This wonderful note from the Carolina Hotel in Pinehurst, North Carolina was signed "Congratulations" by Oakley and includes a 1919 penny shot by her during one of performances - proof that Oakley really was that good. Items signed by Oakley are extremely rare, and the targets that she used in her performances are even more so, making this combination an extraordinary find by any measure.

    Sale Price $9,350.00

    $11,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH  - HFSID 300023
    ANNIE OAKLEY Carte de visite signed by Oakley for friend Ed Goodman, Buffalo Bill's nephew, who was part of the Wild West show Photograph signed: "Annie Oakley". Sepia, 4½x6½ carte de visite.

    Sale Price $16,150.00

    $19,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 06/19/1919  - HFSID 314412
    Pictured on top of her show horse, the famed dead-eye shoots a bullet straight through the heart on this 1919 signed exhibition card. Exhibition cards, as such, where Oakley hit her mark dead center were given away to the sharp-shooter's lucky fans. Accompanied by an unsigned publicity photo with Oakley posing with her rifle. Extremely Rare!

    Sale Price $13,600.00

    $16,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 1919  - HFSID 314409
    Out of character but not out of extravagance, the "sure-shot" poses in an extraordinary "Indian Princess" garb, hand-made with the feathers of her prized kills for a Valentine's Day Masquerade. Winning the costume contest that night, Oakley again demonstrates versatility and creative ingenuity, and this rare and exclusive photo captures it all. Signed and dated in her script, with pencil note in her hand on verso. This whimsical photo, not shot for publicity, was probably gifted to a family member or dear friend. Extremely Rare!

    Sale Price $8,800.00

    $11,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - INSCRIBED PICTURE POSTCARD SIGNED  - HFSID 284906
    ANNIE OAKLEY Extremely rare signed postcard photo of her dressed as an Indian! Postcard Photograph inscribed and signed: "Annie Oakley as a Sioux/Maiden admires her/new head gear./A Merry Christmas/to Laforrds & Family". Sepia, 5½x3½. Annie Oakley (1860-1926) was born Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee in Ohio.

    Sale Price $12,750.00

    $15,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED  - HFSID 273143
    B/w photograph of Annie Oakley from the chest up in a white blouse and jacket. This photo is especially unusual because it shows her without the rows of shooting medals that she often wore. Anything signed by Oakley is exceedingly rare.

    Sale Price $10,200.00

    $12,000.00

  • ANNIE LITTLE SURE SHOT OAKLEY - PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED 1908  - HFSID 292979
    ANNIE OAKLEYElegant studio photo in high-necked embroidered blouse inscribed on the original mount and affixed to the photographer's original 12x8 folio Photograph Mount Inscribed and signed: "For Mr. Thompson/With all good wishes/From/Annie Oakley/1908". Sepia, 3½x5 oval image on a 6x8 mount.

    Sale Price $15,300.00

    $18,000.00

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