Ernest Hemingway Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Born: July 21, 1899 in Oak Park, Illinois
Died: July 2, 1961 in Ketchum, Idaho
Died: July 2, 1961 in Ketchum, Idaho
RNEST HEMINGWAY (1899-1961) was one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century, admired for the moving quality of his stories and praised (and criticized) for his economy of language and deceptively simple prose style. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature (1954). Hemingway's novels reflect his adventurous life. A Farewell to Arms draws on his service as an ambulance driver in World War I, and disillusionment with the war. The Sun Also Rises reflects his experience as a correspondent in Paris during the 1920s, very much in touch with the literary leaders of the "Lost Generation." For Whom the Bell Tolls was shaped by his experience covering the Spanish Civil War. Hemingway felt at home in Paris, although his claimed arrival at the Hotel Ritz on the day of the city's liberation is probably a myth. He also loved Spain and its bullfighting, which appealed to his sense of bravado.
2013-Democracy-Now! (Other), 1952-Schlitz-Playhouse (Writer), 2012-Baby-Shoes (Writer), 2010-Today-Is-Friday (Writer), 2008-A-Clean,-Well-Lighted-Place (Writer), 2008-Ubice (Writer), 2007-Bokser-ide-u-raj (Writer), 2006-Nochnoy-ekspress (Writer), 2002-Hills-Like-White-Elephants (Writer), 1999-The-Old-Man-and-the-Sea (Writer), 1995-Mia-hara (Writer), 1990-The-Old-Man-and-the-Sea (Writer), 1966-A-Farewell-to-Arms (Writer), 1959-1960-Buick-Electra-Playhouse (Writer), 1960-The-Snows-of-Kilimanjaro (Writer), 1957-The-Seven-Lively-Arts (Writer), 1955-Robert-Montgomery-Presents (Writer), 1953-Omnibus (Writer), 1947-The-Macomber-Affair (Writer), 2000-Life-and-Times (Other), 2009-Hills (Writer), 2008-Gifts-Like-White-Elephants (Writer), 2006-Los-asesinos (Writer), 1981-Best-of-Friends (Writer), 1979-My-Old-Man (Writer), 1973-Peta-kolona (Writer), 1964-The-Killers (Writer), 1962-Hemingway's-Adventures-of-a-Young-Man (Writer), 1960-The-Gambler,-the-Nun-and-the-Radio (Writer), 1957-Lux-Video-Theatre (Writer), 1952-The-Snows-of-Kilimanjaro (Writer), 1946-The-Killers (Writer), 1943-For-Whom-the-Bell-Tolls (Writer), 1932-A-Farewell-to-Arms (Writer), 1932-A-Farewell-to-Arms (Performer), 1958-The-Sea (Performer), 2003-Circle-of-Honor (Other), 1998-Hemingway:-Winner-Take-Nothing (Other), 1961-Njeriu-kurre-nuk-vdes (Writer), 1961-Adeus-as-Armas (Writer), 2012-White-Elephants (Writer), 2009-The-Killers (Writer), 2009/I-The-Killers (Writer), 1990-Women-and-Men:-Stories-of-Seduction (Writer), 1987-Captain-Khorshid (Writer), 1977-Soldier's-Home (Writer), 1958-The-Old-Man-and-the-Sea (Writer), 1956-Teledrama (Writer), 1956-Ubiytsy (Writer), 1955-Playwrights-'56 (Writer), 1944-To-Have-and-Have-Not (Writer), 1989-Gary-Cooper:-American-Life,-American-Legend (Other), 2013-The-Killers (Writer), 1958-The-Gun-Runners (Writer), 2011-Cat-in-the-Rain (Writer), 2008-The-Garden-of-Eden (Writer), 2005-God-Rest-You-Merry,-Gentlemen (Writer), 2002-A-Clean,-Well-Lighted-Place (Writer), 2001-After-the-Storm (Writer), 1984-The-Sun-Also-Rises (Writer), 1977-Islands-in-the-Stream (Writer), 1965-For-Whom-the-Bell-Tolls (Writer), 1960-The-Fifth-Column (Writer), 1959-Playhouse-90 (Writer), 1957-A-Farewell-to-Arms (Writer), 1957-The-Sun-Also-Rises (Writer), 1956-Cheyenne (Writer), 1955-Climax! (Writer), 1950-The-Breaking-Point (Writer), 1950-Under-My-Skin (Writer), 1937-The-Spanish-Earth (Writer), 1942-Hedda-Hopper's-Hollywood-No.-3 (in person), 1937-The-Spanish-Earth (in person), 2002-The-Kid-Stays-in-the-Picture (Other), 1958-Kraft-Theatre (Writer), 2006-Killarna---en-far-og-seks-syv-brdre (Writer), 2013-The-Killers-II (Writer)
ERNEST "PAPA" HEMINGWAY - AUTOGRAPH NOTE UNSIGNED CIRCA 1935 - HFSID 160451ERNEST HEMINGWAY For an article he wrote featuring art by Luis Quintanilla, Hemingway pencils short notes on a magazine page, describing Quintanilla as, "My best friend in Spain." Autograph Note unsigned, 1p, 10x14. On a magazine page: "This guy [the artist who drew the pictures] is my best friend in Spain.
Sale Price $2,380.00
ERNEST "PAPA" HEMINGWAY - DOCUMENT SIGNED 02/18/1930 CO-SIGNED BY: PAULINE PFEIFFER (MRS. ERNEST) HEMINGWAY - HFSID 285889ERNEST HEMINGWAY and PAULINE HEMINGWAY The author and his second wife sign a 1930 Trust Agreement, consigning bonds and preferred stocks to the trust. Typed Document signed: "Ernest Hemingway" and "Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway" on page 7, 10 pages, 8¾x11¼. New York, 1930 February 18.
Sale Price $2,975.00
ERNEST "PAPA" HEMINGWAY - THIRD PERSON AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT - HFSID 160236ERNEST HEMINGWAY Handwritten 1936 manuscript intended for publication in Esquire magazine, vividly describing the horrors of war, with his third person signature in the text Autograph Manuscript signed in text: "Mr. Ernest Hemingway" in pencil, 1 page, 8½x11. No place, c. 1936.
Sale Price $3,612.50