Evel Knievel Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: November 30, 2007 in Clearwater, Florida
EVEL KNIEVEL The legendary daredevil sends thanks for a gift that "fit swell." Autograph Letter Fragment signed twice: "Bobby" in pencil, 1p, 3¼x6½, affixed to an 8x12 mat. Final page of a letter, reading: "I will close my letter now with love Bobby XXXXX. PS thank you for the [1 word illegible] Bobby XXXXXX".
Sale Price $288.00
EVEL KNIEVEL Daredevil poses in promotional photograph, offers fan "happy landings" Inscribed photograph signed: "To/ Robert/ Happy Landings/ Evel Knievel/ 84" in black ink. Color, 8x10.
Sale Price $180.00
EVEL KNIEVEL Large 10x13 photograph of Knievel in his very patriotic costume, signed along the collar Photograph signed: "Evel Knievel". Color, 10x13. Robert Craig Knievel (1938-2007) was nicknamed "Evil" by a jail guard, a name he later changed to "Evel" to avoid offending religious persons.
Sale Price $252.00
EVEL KNIEVEL Mike Douglas watches the famed daredevil preparing for a stunt. Photograph signed: "Evel/Knievel". Color, 3½x3½. Three onlookers, including TV host Mike Douglas, watch Knievel, who is apparently getting on a motorcycle.
Sale Price $162.00
EVEL KNIEVEL Red, white and blue silk jumpsuit, signed on the base of the sewn number 1, accompanied by a photo of Knievel at the signing Ephemera signed: "Evel Knievel". Red, white and blue silk jumpsuit, with a star-spangled number "1" sewn on the left breast. Signed at the bottom of the number in black felt tip.
Sale Price $1,190.00
EVEL KNIEVEL The daredevil stuntman inscribes "Happy Landings" on a first day cover celebrating fitness. Philatelic Envelope inscribed and signed: "to/E.M./'Happy/Landings'/Evel Knievel", 6½x3½. First Day Cover honoring the centennial of the Sokols physical fitness groups, postmarked Washington, D.C.
Sale Price $108.00
EVEL KNIEVEL He signs a miniature US flag as "Robert C." and also as "Evel" Knievel. Flag signed twice: "Robert C./Knievel/AKA/Evel Knievel", 6x4 U.S. flag. Robert Craig Knievel, born 1938, was nicknamed "Evil" by a jail guard, a name he later changed to "Evel" to avoid offending religious persons.
Sale Price $360.00