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Evel Knievel Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: October 17, 1938 in Butte, Montana
Died: November 30, 2007 in Clearwater, Florida
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Reputedly a bank robber and safe-cracker in his youth, Knievel (1938-2007) began daredevil stunts in 1965 to call attention to his motorcycle dealership. In 1973 he leaped 50 cars, stacked four deep, at the L.A. Coliseum. However, many of his stunts were unsuccessful, attracting fans anticipating a big smashup. Spectacular failures included an attempted leap of 150' over a fountain at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas (1968), and a rocket and parachute-assisted leap at the Snake River, Idaho (1974).
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  • 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


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