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Rudyard Kipling Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

RUDYARD KIPLING
Born: December 30, 1865 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Died: January 18, 1936 in London, England, United Kingdom
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Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), the first English author to win the Nobel Prize in Literature (1907), was born in India but was raised in England. An exponent of British empire building, Kipling also championed the common soldier. His novels include Wee Willie Winkie (1888), The Jungle Book (1894), Captains Courageous (1897), Kim (1901), and Just So Stories for Little Children (1902). His well remembered poems include "Recessional", "White Man's Burden", "Gunga Din" and "If". Of the first 22 Nobel Prizes in Literature, Kipling was the only recipient writing in English.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1993-Children-of-the-Mist (Writer), 2014-The-Jungle-Book (Writer), 2010-Scape (Writer), 2010-The-Unforgiving-Minute (Writer), 1997-The-Second-Jungle-Book:-Mowgli-&-Baloo (Writer), 1994-The-Jungle-Book (Writer), 1987-How-the-Rhinoceros-Got-His-Skin-and-How-the-Camel-Got-His-Hump (Writer), 1976-Mowgli's-Brothers (Writer), 1974-Baa-Baa-Black-Sheep (Writer), 1971-Maugli.-Vozvrashchenie-k-lyudyam (Writer), 1970-How-the-First-Letter-Was-Written (Writer), 1970-Maugli.-Bitva (Writer), 1964-The-Famous-Adventures-of-Mr.-Magoo (Writer), 1951-Puck-of-Pook's-Hill (Writer), 1923-The-Light-That-Failed (Writer), 1918-The-Naulahka (Writer), 1916/I-La-bestia-umana (Writer), 1915-A-Fool-There-Was (Writer), 1913-The-Fool (Writer), 1913-Vampire-of-the-Desert (Writer), 1970-Dad's-Army (Sound), 1935-China-Seas (Sound), 1929/II-Metro-Movietone-Revue (Sound), 2009-Histoires-comme-ca-Serie-1 (Writer), 1980-The-Muppet-Show (Sound), 1988-The-Cat-Who-Walked-by-Herself (Writer), 1973-Adventures-of-Mowgli (Writer), Jackanory (Writer), 2005-Viidakkokirja (Writer), 1998-The-Jungle-Book:-Mowgli's-Story (Writer), 1982-Stalky-&-Co. (Writer), 1968-Maugli.-Pokhishchenie (Writer), 1951-Soldiers-Three (Writer), 1950-Kim (Writer), 1942-Jungle-Book (Writer), 1939-Gunga-Din (Writer), 1937-Elephant-Boy (Writer), 1922-A-Fool-There-Was (Writer), 1915-The-City-of-Terrible-Night (Writer), 1913-A-Maid-of-Mandalay (Writer), 1911-Gunga-Din (Writer), 1910-The-Vampire (Writer), 1910-The-Vampire (Sound), 1941-Smilin'-Through (Sound), 1939-Wife,-Husband-and-Friend (Sound), 1984-Kak-bylo-napisano-pervoe-pismo (Writer), 1998-Dead-Time-Tales (Writer), Shirley-Temple's-Storybook (Writer), Studio-One-in-Hollywood (Writer), 2010-Kipling's-Poem (Writer), 2000-Christmas-Glory-2000 (Writer), 1996-Captains-Courageous (Writer), 1989-Rabbit-Ears:-How-the-Leopard-Got-His-Spots (Writer), 1984-Kim (Writer), 1981-Yozhik-+-Cherepakha (Writer), 1975-The-Man-Who-Would-Be-King (Writer), 1970-How-the-Whale-Got-His-Throat (Writer), 1970-How-the-Elephant-Got-His-Trunk (Writer), 1969-Maugli.-Poslednyaya-okhota-Akely (Writer), 1967-Maugli.-Raksha (Writer), 1964-The-Indian-Tales-of-Rudyard-Kipling (Writer), 1961-The-Light-That-Failed (Writer), 1953-Your-Favorite-Story (Writer), 1937-Captains-Courageous (Writer), 1921-Without-Benefit-of-Clergy (Writer), 1995-Voices (Sound), 1958-The-Frank-Sinatra-Show (Sound), 1949-Everybody-Does-It (Sound), 1941-They-Met-in-Bombay (Sound), 1935-Metropolitan (Sound), 1921-Without-Benefit-of-Clergy (Design), 2012-Rudyard-Kipling's-Mark-of-the-Beast (Writer), 2003-The-Jungle-Book-2 (Writer), 1998-Mowgli:-The-New-Adventures-of-the-Jungle-Book (Writer), 1995-Jungle-Book (Writer), 1989-Maggie (Writer), 1986-Elephant's-Child (Writer), 1977-Captains-Courageous (Writer), 1975-The-White-Seal (Writer), 1975-Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (Writer), 1974-Childhood (Writer), 1967-The-Jungle-Book (Writer), 1967-Slonyonok (Writer), 1963-Grande-Teatro-Tupi (Writer), 1962-Sergeants-3 (Writer), 1950-Suspense (Writer), 1939-The-Light-That-Failed (Writer), 1937-Wee-Willie-Winkie (Writer), 1922-The-Ballad-of-Fisher's-Boarding-House (Writer), 1916-The-Light-That-Failed (Writer), 1915-La-luce-che-si-spegne (Writer), 1932-You-Said-a-Mouthful (Sound), 1929-Pack-Up-Your-Troubles (Sound), 1927-John-Charles-Thomas (Sound)
  • RUDYARD KIPLING - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 05/11/1910  - HFSID 292336
    RUDYARD KIPLING - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 05/11/1910 - HFSID 292336
    RUDYARD KIPLING Deposit slip for a London bank for 10 shares of a railroad company in Argentina, signed by him twice as "customer" and as "depositor", matted with a photo of Kipling to an overall size of 12x18 Document signed twice: "Rudyard Kipling", 1 page, 5¾x5½. London, 1910 May 11.

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