RR Auction

Boston, United States

http://www.RRAuction.com

Headquartered in Boston, RR is a globally recognized and trusted source for rare manuscripts, autographs, and historic artifacts. Founded in 1976, RR has achieved countless record-setting prices in more than 650 successful sales, including: astronaut Wally Schirra's 18k Gold Omega Speedmaster Professional 1969 Apollo 11 Commemorative Watch, which achieved $1.9 million; moonwalker Dave Scott's Apollo 15 Lunar Surface–used Bulova Chronograph, which sold for $1.625 million; an autograph letter by Albert Einstein on the world's most famous equation, "E = mc2," for $1.24 million; Johnny Ramone's go-to Mosrite Ventures II electric guitar, for $937,500; and Steve Jobs's Apple-1 Computer Prototype, for $677,196.

Internationally known and frequently featured in all media outlets, RR Auction prides itself on selling historic material, thoroughly examined by in-house experts and third-party authenticators, to ensure the highest standards of authenticity. Specialties include presidential autographs, music memorabilia, space artifacts, science and technology hardware, sports cards, and Hollywood costumes. With more than 45 years of industry experience, RR Auction continues to grow and expand into new categories, achieving record prices for clients around the world.

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