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Charles Goodyear Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: December 29, 1800 in New Haven, Connecticut
Died: July 1, 1860 in New York City, New York
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Charles Goodyear (1800-1860) received patent number 3633 from the U.S. Patent Office in 1844 for vulcanized rubber, a material that is waterproof, yet flexible. For this innovation, Goodyear was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 1976. Each of us uses rubber in hundreds of ways every day. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company was named after him nearly 40 years after his death.
  • CHARLES GOODYEARThe inventor of what is commonly known as rubber signed this check dated just weeks before his death Check Signed: "Chas. Goodyear" on a 2¼x6¼ check. Drawn from the Bank of the Metropolis in Washington D.C. for $200.00. Entire check visible.

    Sale Price $1,870.00


  • CHARLES GOODYEAR Written ten weeks before the death of the rubber pioneer. Partly Printed Check signed: "Chas Goodyear", 6½x2¼. Washington, D.C., 1860 April 21. Drawn on the Bank of Metropolis. The developer of the vulcanization process, the basic patent of the rubber manufacturing industry, pays R.A.

    Sale Price $1,530.00


  • CHARLES GOODYEAR. Partly Printed Check filled out and signed: "Chas Goodyear", 6½x2½. Washington, D.C., 1860 May 12. Check No. 61, drawn on the Bank of Metropolis, payable to "R.A. Goodyear" for $20. Endorsed: "R.A. Goodyear" on verso.

    Sale Price $1,530.00


  • CHARLES GOODYEAR. Partly Printed Check signed: "Chas Goodyear", 6¼x2½. Washington, D.C., 1860 June 4. Drawn on the Bank of the Metropolis. Filled out by James A. Dorr to himself for $100. Endorsed by Dorr on verso.

    Sale Price $1,700.00


  • CHARLES GOODYEAR Signed the year he discovered vulcanization of rubber. Partly Printed DS: "C.F.R. Goodyear", 1 page, 8½x13½. New Haven, Conn., 1839 October 11. Charles A. Judson, for value received, assigns a tract of land in Litchfield, Connecticut, with the buildings thereon, to S.

    Sale Price $1,190.00


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