Prime Minister Alexander Kerensky (Russia) Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
PRIME MINISTER ALEXANDER KERENSKY (RUSSIA)
Died: Circa 1970
After heading the Labour group in the Fourth State Duma, Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970) joined the Provisional Government of Russia in March 1917 as a representative of the Social Revolutionaries. Until May he had charge of the Ministry of Justice and later the War and Navy Ministry. Commander in Chief of the Russian army, Kerensky became Minister-President (Prime Minister) of the Provisional Government of Russia from July 21, 1917 to November 8, 1917 when he was overthrown in a Communist coup and Vladimir Lenin took control.
ALEXANDER KERENSKY His signature in English on a fine sepia photo (11x17, image 7x9) Superb Large Photograph signed: "Alexander Kerensky" in English. Sepia, 11¼x16½ overall, image 7¼x9¼ (one surface). Photographer's name imprinted at lower right: "Bachrach".
Sale Price $1,487.50
ALEXANDER KERENSKY. Typescript signed: "A. Kerensky", 1p, 8x10½. "Order to the Forces of Petrograd" originally issued by Kerensky as Minister-President and Minister of War and Navy of Russia in 1917.
Sale Price $850.00
ALEXANDER KERENSKY His first address as Prime Minister of Russia in 1917. Typescript signed: "A. Kerensky" in English, 1p, 8½x11. Headed: "Kerensky Withdraws His Resignation". Dated "July 22, 1917" but signed at a later date.
Sale Price $1,912.50