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FAITH BALDWIN AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Faith Baldwin was born October 1, 1893 in New Rochelle, New York – died March 18, 1978 in Norwalk, Connecticut.  Baldwin was a very successful U.S. author of romance and fiction, publishing some 100 novels, often concentrating on women juggling career and family. The New York Times said that her books had "never a pretense at literary significance" and were popular because they "enabled lonely working people, young and old, to identify with her glamorous and wealthy characters." She apparently began her career writing for "women's magazines" that produced romance novels as six-part serials. In 1935, she was described as the newest of the "highly paid" women romance writers by Time magazine. Her popularity was at its peak in the 1930s, and in 1936 she earned over $300,000 (approximately equivalent to $4 million in 2005). However in the 1950s she was still going strong, with earnings over $2 million, sales over 10 million in all editions, and "one of the handful of living novelists to complete a five-foot shelf." She continued writing novels until her death in 1978. Many of her books were made into films. and in the early days of television, she hosted a weekly Saturday afternoon anthology series on ABC network, entitled "Faith Baldwin Romance Theater." From 1958 to 1965, she wrote a column that was published in Woman's Day magazine called "The Open Door." Her comments are often found in books of quotes and in web sites that offer quotes. When asked about her life philosophy, she responded that her belief was simple: "It is in God and His spirit in mankind. It is in man and his struggle. It is in the Golden Rule and in the valor of men, however ignoble their shortcomings." In the 1960s, Faith Baldwin became familiar as one of the "guiding faculty members" of the Famous Writers School, a heavily advertised correspondence school that drew criticism for allegedly deceptive advertising. The "faculty" included Baldwin, Bennett Cerf, Bergen Evans, Bruce Catton, Mignon G. Eberhart, John Caples, J. D. Ratliff, Mark Wiseman, Max Shulman, Rudolf Flesch, Red Smith, Rod Serling. Original Faith Baldwin Autographed Photo, Approx. Size 4 3/4 x 6 1/2 inches. Hand written on photo: All good wishes to Anna White - Faith Baldwin. Regular Price - $ 175.00 / Sale Price - $ 120.00.


JOSEPH HERGESHEIMER AUTOGRAPH

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Joseph Hergesheimer was born February 15, 1880 – died April 25, 1954.  Joseph was a prominent American writer of the early 20th century known for his naturalistic novels of decadent life amongst the very wealthy. Novels by Joseph Hergesheimer: The Lay Anthony (Mitchell Kennerley, 1914) The Three Black Pennys (Knopf, 1917) Java Head (Knopf, 1919) Linda Condon (Knopf, 1919) Cytherea (Knopf, 1922) Balisand (Knopf, 1924) Tampico (Knopf, 1926) Berlin'(Knopf, 1931) The Foolscap Rose (Knopf, 1934) Short stories by Joseph Hergesheimer: Gold and Iron (Knopf, 1918) The Happy End (Knopf, 1919) Quiet Cities (Knopf, 1928) Tropical Winter (Knopf, 1933).


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Original Joseph Hergesheimer Autograph, signed with a pencil on cut paper. Approx. Size of cut paper 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. Hand written: I can think of nothing more useless than my autograph. He has written more sentence, but I am able to make it out. Joseph Hergesheimer 1937. Regular Price - $ 105.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.


J. BRYAN AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Original J. Bryan Autograph, signed on a Admiral Halsey's Story Fly Leaf. J. Bryan is the co-author of Admiral Halsey's Story. Approx. Size of fly leaf 6 x 9 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.00.


THORNTON OAKLEY AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Thornton Oakley was born March 27,1881 in Pittsburgh. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania and received B.S. and M.S. degrees in architecture in 1901 and 1902. He first studied with Howard Pyle in 1902 at Chadds Ford in the mill, and described his first day there in a talk given at the Free Library in Philadelphia in 1951: "There we four - my new cronies - Allen Tupper True, George Harding, Gordon McCouch and I - made our first sketches from a model, and our efforts were frightful to behold! Not one of us had had a palette in our hands ever before: I had not the least idea as to procedure. My attempts were terrifying to behold, and when H.P. came to me to criticize my work he paused for a long, long time before speaking, and I know that he must have been appalled." Oakley studied with Pyle for three years. Oakley became an illustrator and writer for periodicals, including Scribner's, Century, Collier's, and Harper's Monthly.  In the years 1914-19 and 1921-36 he was in charge of the Department of Illustration at the Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art. In 1914-15 he also taught drawing at the University of Pennsylvania, and gave lectures at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Curtis Institute.  In an essay on "Illustration" for the American Magazine of Art in August 1919, he spoke of illustration as inspiration and the expression of man's highest ideals. Oakley made a large collection of Pyle, drawings, prints, books and other items, including letters and sketchbooks, which he presented to the Free Library in Philadelphia in November 1951. He died in Bryn Mawr on April 4, 1953. Original Thornton Oakley Autograph, signed on a Fly Leaf. Large bold signature on a blue fly leaf, approx. size 5 x 6 3/4 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.00.


TEST DALTON AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Original Test Dalton Autograph, signed on a Fly Leaf. Test Dalton is the Author of The Role of the Unconquered. Approx. Size of fly leaf 4 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches. Hand written: To - Mrs. H. M. *****( unable to read her last name) Yours very truly Test Dalton. Regular Price - $ 65.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


CARVETH WELLS AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Carveth Wells was an explorer, world traveler, author and radio commentator. Original Carveth Wells Autograph, signed on a Fly Leaf from the Book In Coldest Africa. Hand written: To Mrs Alfred Collins with kindest regards from Carveth Wells Jan. 4. 1930. Carveth has also drawn an elephant under his signature. Approx. Size of the fly leaf 5 1/4 x 8 inches. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


HAROLD BELL WRIGHT AUTOGRAPH

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Harold Bell Wright was born May 4, 1872 – died May 24, 1944.  Wright was a best-selling American writer of fiction, essays, and non-fiction during the first half of the 20th century. Although mostly forgotten or ignored after the middle of the 20th century, he is said to have been the first American writer to sell a million copies of a novel and the first to make $1 million from writing fiction. Between 1902 and 1942 Wright wrote 19 books, several stage plays, and many magazine articles. More than twenty one movies were made or claimed to be made from Wright's stories, including Gary Cooper's first major movie, The Winning of Barbara Worth (1926) and the John Wayne film, The Shepherd of the Hills (1941). Published works of Harold Bell Wright: That Printer of Udell's Book Supply Company, 1902-03 The Shepherd of the Hills Book Supply Company, 1907 The Calling of Dan Matthews Book Supply Company, 1909 The Uncrowned King Book Supply Company, 1910 The Winning of Barbara Worth Book Supply Company, 1911 Their Yesterdays Book Supply Company, 1912 The Eyes of the World Book Supply Company, 1914 When a Man's a Man Book Supply Company, 1916 The Re-Creation of Brian Kent Book Supply Company, 1919 Helen of the Old House D. Appleton and Company, 1921 The Mine with the Iron Door D. Appleton and Company, 1923 A Son of His Father D. Appleton and Company, 1925 God and the Groceryman D. Appleton and Company, 1927 Long Ago Told: Legends of the Papago Indians D. Appleton and Company, 1929 Exit D. Appleton and Company, 1930 The Devil's Highway D. Appleton and Company, 1932 Ma Cinderella Harper and Brothers, 1932 To My Sons Harper and Brothers, 1934 The Man Who Went Away Harper and Brothers, 1942 Original Harold Bell Wright Autograph, signed on Heavy Card Stock. Approx. Size 2 x 3 3/4 inches. Hand Written: Sincerely Yours Harold Bell Wright Tucson, Arz. 1931. Regular Price - $ 135.00 / Sale Price - $ 75.00.


FREDERIC ARNOLD KUMMER

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Frederic Arnold Kummer was born August 5, 1873 in Cantonsville, MD - Died November 20, 1943 in Baltimore, MD. Frederic Kummer was an Author of Pulp Fiction. Original Frederic Arnold Kummer Autograph, signed on cut paper. Approx. Size of paper 4 1/4 x 4 1/2 inches. Also included is a Cigar Band from one of his cigars. Regular Price - $ 145.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


REX BEACH AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Rex Ellingwood Beach was born September 1, 1877 – died December 7, 1949. Beach was an American novelist, playwright, and Olympic water polo player. Rex Beach was born in Atwood, Michigan to a prominent family and pursued a career as a lawyer before being drawn to Alaska at the time of the Klondike Gold Rush. After five years of unsuccessful prospecting, he turned to writing. His first novel, The Spoilers was based on a true story of corrupt government officials stealing gold mines from prospectors, which he witnessed while he was prospecting in Nome, Alaska. The Spoilers became one of the best selling novels of 1906. His adventure novels were immensely popular throughout the early 1900s. After success in literature, many of his works were adapted into successful films; The Spoilers became a stage play, then was remade into movies five times from 1914 to 1955, with Gary Cooper and John Wayne each playing "Roy Glennister" in 1930 and 1942, respectively. Beach occasionally produced his films and also wrote a number of plays to varying success. In 1949, two years after the death of his wife Edith, Beach committed suicide in Sebring, Florida at the age of 71. A local urban legend in Sebring was verified in 2005 when the home Beach lived in was remodeled and a bullet found in the wall. In 1904 he was a member of the American water polo team which won the silver medal in the St. Louis Games. Original Rex Beach Autographed Photo, approx. size 3 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches. Hand written on photo: Rex Beach (Wild Turkeys). Regular Price - $ 165.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


BETH BROWN AUTOGRAPHED TYPED LETTER

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Original Beth Brown Autographed Letter, typed on Beth Brown Letterhead - The Magic Mountain Montrose, NY April 4th 1962. Streaming across the top are Books Written by Beth Brown: Wedding Ring...Riverside Drive...Little Girl Blue...Lady Hobo...Universal Station...All Dogs Go To Heaven...Man and Wife...Everybody's Dog Book...Ballyhoo...Applause...Blinkie...The Tired Trolley Car...That's That...For Men Only. The Letter is addressed to: Mr. Frank Barry, Phila, Pa. Dear Mr. Barry: Thank you for your card. I have plenty of Universal Stations but would like the other books but not at the prices you quote. My books, which I submit to agents, disappear like water and so though I hate to haggle, I must look around and pick them for as cheaply as possible to give away for free. This is my problem, not yours, I know but since we're both in the book business, I thought I'd cry on your shoulder. What do you mean by book plates with my autograph. Book plates weigh tons; I have brought some in and they are in storage but you let me know just what you want and I'll co-operate. Best, Beth Brown. Streaming across the bottom on letter: Insurance Investigation...Lonely Street, U.S.A....The Miracle In My Life...Happy The Harmonica...BusyBody Brothers... Behind Red Lights...Three In A Bed... Tick Tock Shop...A Letter To God...Hotel For Pets. Approx. Size 7 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 36.00.


THOMAS DIXON AUTOGRAPH

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Thomas F. Dixon, Jr. was born January 11, 1864 – died April 3, 1946.  Dixon was an American Baptist minister, playwright, lecturer, North Carolina state legislator, lawyer, and author, perhaps best known for writing The Clansman — which was to become the inspiration for D. W. Griffith's film, The Birth of a Nation (1915). Although currently his life and works are discredited by his racism, he was among the most popular speakers and writers of his day. His brother, the popular preacher Amzi Clarence Dixon, was also famous for helping to edit The Fundamentals, a series of articles (and later volumes) influential in fundamentalist Christianity. List of Works by Thomas Dixon: The Leopard's Spots (1902) The One Woman (1903) The Clansman (1905) The Life Worth Living (1905) The Traitor (1907) Comrades (1909) The Root of Evil (1911) The Sins of the Father (1912) The Southerner (1913) The Victim: A Romance of the Real Jefferson Davis (1914) The Foolish Virgin (1915) Fall of a Nation (1916) The Way of a Man (1918) A Man of the People (1920) The Man in Gray (1921) The Flaming Sword (1939)


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Original Thomas Dixon Autograph, Cut Paper(the cut paper is mounted to a red boarder/trim). Hand Written: To James G. Vance Sincerely Thomas Dixon. Approx. Size of paper with boarder 3 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


JIM TULLY AUTOGRAPH

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Jim Tully was born June 3, 1886 - died June 22, 1947.  Tully was an American writer. His critical and commercial success in the 1920s and 30s may qualify him as the greatest long shot in American literature. Born near St. Marys, Ohio, to an Irish immigrant ditch-digger and his wife, Tully enjoyed a relatively happy but impoverished childhood until the death of his mother in 1892. Unable to care for him, his father sent him to an orphanage in Cincinnati. He remained there for six years until the loneliness and misery became more than he could bear. What further education he acquired came in the hobo camps, boxcars, railroad yards, and public libraries scattered across the country. Finally, weary of the road, he arrived in Kent, Ohio, where he worked as a chain maker, professional boxer, and tree surgeon. He also began to write, mostly poetry published in the local newspapers. He moved to Hollywood in 1912, when he began writing in earnest. His literary career took two distinct paths. He became one of the first reporters to cover Hollywood. As a free-lancer he was not constrained by the studios and wrote about Hollywood celebrities (including Charlie Chaplin, for whom he had worked) in ways that they did not always find agreeable. For these pieces, rather tame by current standards, he became known as the most-hated man in Hollywood—a title he relished. Less lucrative but closer to his heart were the dark novels he wrote about his life on the road and the American underclass. He also wrote an affectionate memoir of his childhood with his extended Irish family, as well as novels on prostitution, boxing, Hollywood, and a travel book. While some of the more graphic books ran afoul of the censors, they also garnered both commercial success and critical acclaim from, among others, H.L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan, and Rupert Hughes, who wrote that Tully "has fathered the school of hard-boiled writing so zealously cultivated by Ernest Hemingway and lesser luminaries." Paul Bauer and Mark Dawidziak. Novels by Jim Tully: Emmett Lawler (1922) Beggars of Life (1924) Jarnegan (1926) Circus Parade (1927) Shanty Irish (1928) Shadows of Men (1930) Beggars Abroad (1930) (Blood on the Moon (1931) A Man of the New School (1931) Laughter in Hell (1932) Ladies in the Parlor (1935) The Bruiser (1936) Biddy Brogan’s Boy (1942) A Dozen and One (1943) Play by Jime Tully: Twenty Below (1927). Original Jim Tully Autograph, hand signed on Cut Paper. Approx. Size of paper 2 x 5 inches. Written: To Frank Tricker from Jim Tully, dated 1931. Regular Price - $ 90.00 / Sale Price - $ 45.00.


WILLIAM LYON PHELPS AUTOGRAPH

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William Lyon Phelps was born January 2, 1865 - died August 21, 1943.  Phelps was an American author, critic and scholar. Phelps gained a B.A. and Ph.D. from Yale University and an M.A. from Harvard University, where he went on to teach for just one year before returning to Yale to hold a position in the English department for 41 years. From 1941 to 1943 he was the director of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans. He is included in Steven D. Price's compilation "1001 Smartest Things Ever Said" for saying, "This is the first test of a gentleman: his respect for those who can be of no possible value to him." Works by William Lyon Phelps: Essays on Modern Novelists (1910), Advance of the English Novel (1916), Essays on Modern Dramatists (1921-1922), As I Like It (1923), Autobiography with Letters (1939), Marriage (1940). Original William Lyon Phelps Autograph, hand signed on cut Wm Lyon Phelps Lamson Professor of English Literature Stationary. Approx. Size of paper 3 1/8 x 5 1/4. Written: Your friend Wm Lyon Phelps Christmas Greetings 1933. Regular Price - $ 75.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


ZONA GALE AUTOGRAPH

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Zona Gale was born August 26, 1874 – died December 27, 1938.  Gale was an American writer. Born in Portage, Wisconsin, which she often used as a setting in her writing, she attended Wayland Academy in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Later she entered the University of Wisconsin-Madison, from which she received a Bachelor of Literature degree in 1895, and four years later a Master's degree. After graduation, Gale wrote for newspapers in Milwaukee and New York City. However, before long she gave up journalism to focus on fiction writing. She then published her first novel, Romance Island (1906), and began the very popular series of "Friendship Village" stories. In 1912, Gale moved back to Portage, which she would call home for the rest of her life, although alternating with trips to New York. In 1920, she published the novel Miss Lulu Bett, which depicts life in the Midwestern United States. She adapted it as a play, which was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1921. In the same year, Gale took an active role in the creation of the Wisconsin Equal Rights Law, which prohibits discrimination against women. Original Zona Gale Autograph, hand signed on Card Stock. Approx. Size of card stock 2 5/8 x 3 5/8 inches. Hand written: Life is something more than that which we believe it to be. Zona Gale. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 94.95.


ANZIA YEZIENSKA AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Anzia Yezierska was born in 1880 - died in 1970.  Anzia was a novelist born in Pinsk, Congress Poland, Russian Empire and immigrated to New York City. Yezierska wrote about the struggles of Jewish and later Puerto Rican immigrants in New York's Lower East Side. In her fifty year writing career, the main theme of running throughout her works is the cost of acculturation and assimilation among immigrants. Her stories provide insight into the meaning of liberation for immigrants--particularly Jewish immigrant women. Many of her works of fiction can be labeled semiautobiographical. In her writing, she draws heavily on her personal life as an immigrant in New York's Lower East Side. Her works, therefore, feature elements of realism with heavy attention to detail and skillful use of Yiddish-English dialect. At the same time, sentimentalism and highly idealized characters have prompted some critics to label her works as romantic. Works by Anzia Yezienska: We Go Forth All To See America - A Vignette (Judaica, Jewish Literature) (1920) Hungry Hearts (short stories, 1920) Salome of the Tenements (novel, 1923) Children of Loneliness (short stories, 1923) Bread Givers: a struggle between a father of the Old World and a daughter of the New (novel, 1925) Arrogant Beggar (novel, 1927) All I Could Never Be (novel, 1932) The Open Cage: An Anzia Yezierska Collection edited by Alice Kessler Harris (New York: Persea Books, 1979). Red Ribbon on a White Horse: My Story (autobiographical novel, 1950) How I found America: Collected Stories (short stories, 2003) Original Anzia Yezienska Autograph, hand signed on a Fly Leaf. Approx. Size 4 5/8 x 7 3/8 inches. Written on fly leaf: To Mrs. Kellberg With love from Anzia Yezienska Dec. 1925. Regular Price - $ 95.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.


ANGELA MORGAN AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Angela Morgan was born in 1873 - died in 1957.  Morgan was an American Poet: Born in Washington, D.C. Educated by private tutors, the public schools, and by special University courses. Miss Morgan entered the journalistic field while still a young girl and did very brilliant work on papers of Chicago and New York. Her work covered all phases of life from those of society to the slums. She visited police courts, jails, and all places where humanity suffers and struggles, and it was no doubt her early work in the newspaper field that gave to her later work, both in poetry and fiction, its strong social bias. Probably no poet of the present time responds more keenly to the social needs of the period, nor has a keener sense of the opportunity for service. Miss Morgan was one of the delegates to the First International Congress of Women, at The Hague, during the first year of the war, and has appeared frequently in readings from her own work. Her volumes of verse are "The Hour Has Struck", 1914; "Utterance and Other Poems", 1916; "Forward, March", 1918; and "Hail, Man", 1919. She has also published a volume of stories under the title "The Imprisoned Splendor".


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Original Angela Morgan Autograph, Hand Signed on a Fly Leaf. Approx. Size 5 1/2 x 8 inches. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


WALTER GUEST KELLOGG AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Walter Guest Kellogg was born in Ogdensberg New York on April 23, 1877 December 5, 1937 and died June 22, 1956 in Santa Monica, California.  Mr. Kellogg practiced law with in Ogdensburg until he joined the Army in 1917 as a major in the Judge Advocate General's Department. During World War I he was appointed the Chairman of the Board of Inquiry on Conscientious Objectors.  Walter Guest Kellogg is Author of The Conscientious Objector.   Original Walter Guest Kellogg Autograph, Signed on a Fly Leaf. Hand written on fly leaf: To Maude Wainwright Churchill who has been my friend for so many years that I'm sorry I even brought up the subject.  Approx. size 5 3/8 x 8 inches. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


TEMPLE BAILEY AUTOGRAPHED FLY LEAF

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Irene Temple Bailey was born in 1885 - died on July 6, 1953.   Bailey was an American novelist and short story writer. Beginning around 1902, Temple Bailey was contributing stories to national magazines such as The Saturday Evening Post, Cavalier Magazine, Cosmopolitan, American Magazine, McClure's, Woman's Home Companion, Good Housekeeping, McCall's and others. In 1914, Bailey wrote the screenplay for the Vitagraph Studios film "Auntie" and two of her books were filmed. She also had three of her books on the list of bestselling novels in the United States in 1918, 1922, and 1926 as determined by the New York Times. Original Temple Bailey Autograph, hand signed on a Fly Leaf. Written on fly leaf: For Lucille and Clarence Andrews - With greetings across the miles - Temple Bailey. Prestin Springs - Canada - August - 1933. Approx. Size of fly leaf 5 x 7 1/2 inches. Regular Price - $ 155.00 / Sale Price - $ 74.95.


HENRY ALLEN AUTOGRAPH

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Henry Allen is an American journalist and critic. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 2000 for his writings in the Washington Post on photography. Original Henry Allen Autograph, signed on Cut Card Stock. Approx. size 2 1/8 inches x 3 1/8 inches. Regular Price - $ 90.00 / Sale Price - $ 48.95.