Barney Oldfield Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: October 4, 1946 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California
BARNEY OLDFIELD B/w Plymouth ad for Chicago's 1933-1934 Century of Progress Exposition, with cigar-chomping daredevil driver Barney Oldfield in racing garb and a three-piece suit Advertisement signed "Barney Oldfield" in blue ink. B/w, 3¼x5 overall, 3¼x4 image, one surface, printed on cardstock.
Sale Price $552.50
BARNEY OLDFIELD Signature of pioneer racecar driver Barney Oldfield in green ink on a small slip of ruled paper Signature: "Barney Oldfield". 3¾x2 ruled sheet, affixed to 4½x2 2¾ sheet. Captioned in black ink in unknown hand: "Famous Auto Racer/Barney Oldfield/1932".
Sale Price $270.00
BARNEY OLDFIELD Signature of pioneer racecar driver Barney Oldfield in green ink on a strip of cardstock Signature: "Barney Oldfield" in green ink. 5½x¾ strip of cardstock. Oldfield (1878-1946, born Berna Eli Oldfield near Wauseon, Ohio) was the chief driver of Henry Ford's racing car, the "999".
Sale Price $216.00
Racecar driver Barney Oldfield wrote a short note in pencil on the back of this Firestone tire business card, asking the recipient to give the bearer a case and inner tube. It's signed with his signature phrase "You know me".
Sale Price $252.00
BARNEY OLDFIELD. Post Card Photograph inscribed and signed: "Hello John/Barney Oldfield". B/w, 3x5½ overall, image 3x3¼ (one surface). Windowed to show verso. Captioned: "Barney Oldfield, World's most famous race car driver - first man to drive an automobile a mile a minute.
Sale Price $1,062.50
BARNEY OLDFIELD Racecar driver Barney Oldfield signed this typed letter on stationery from the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado to say that he'd been "tapped" to MC a Miss Handicapped America pageant. Typed letter signed: "Barney", 1p, 8½x11, on stationery from the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Sale Price $510.00