Three SUPER men


Jerry Siegel, Christopher Reeve and Kirk Alyn Superman signed

Signed by C. Reeve, Kirk Alyn and Jerry Siegel, this trio of Superman tributes are matted and framed with the USPS DC Comics first day of issue stamps and postmarks $1500 as a set or available separately at $500


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All of our autographs are authenticated to the best of our ability and within reason.
We provide all provenance with your purchase.

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Published in: on March 5, 2010 at 11:50 am  Leave a Comment  
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Christopher Reeve is Superman….

Autographed by actor Christopher Reeve

Signed by Christopher Reeve, this DC Comics number of 15 also features an original invitation only ticket to the premiere of Superman, the movie Dec. 14, 1978 $750


503-338-6056 to make it yours (or surprise someone with a great Christmas gift!)

Published in: on November 26, 2009 at 3:04 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Superman: The Movie

In 1978, Christopher Reeve defined the role of Superman and Clark Kent in Superman: The Movie

Autographed by Christopher Reeve  $500

Autographed by Christopher Reeve $500


Bill located a People magazine dated January 8, 1978 autographed by the late actor, and matched it up with a pin from the same year, creating a micro-edition of just 15 Christopher Reeve DC Comics Superman signed pieces by NW Limited…History in VogueTM

Superman #3

is complete.
Autographed by Brandon Routh, the star of Superman Returns and 2009’s Man of Steel movies.
This one includes a 1977 Superman pin:

Brandon Routh as Superman framed, autographed photo by NW Limited...History in Vogue

Brandon Routh as Superman framed, autographed photo by NW Limited...History in Vogue

Superman and Evel Knievel

Look, up in the sky!

It’s a bird!  It’s a plane! 

No, it’s Superman!

DC Comics Superman, featuring an original autographed picture of Christopher Reeve

DC Comics' Superman, featuring an original autographed 8"X10" picture of Christopher Reeve and USPS first-day-issue stamps and postmarks, and 1977 pin by NW Limited...History in Vogue

Look, down on the ground! 
It’s Evel Knievel after the jump at Caesar’s Palace, December 31, 1967, a crash which put him in the hospital and in a coma for 29 days!

Evel Knievel authentic autographed photo is included in this piece, part of our American Motorcycle edition - 14 X 11 finished size.  Custom-built, hand-finished Spanish frame molding and conservation glass.

Evel Knievel authentic autographed photo is included in this piece, part of our American Motorcycle edition - 14" X 11" finished size. Custom-built, hand-finished Spanish frame molding and conservation glass.

 

To purchase either of the above: 503-338-6056 or email bill@nwlimited.com
We ship anywhere, and take plastic, too.

Happy Birthday, Superman!

Just had to say, you are looking quite fine for a gent of 70.
I guess steel is the new 35?
70 years ago, Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1 (thank you, Joe!).

The rest…is history…(in vogue!)

Superman Confidential framed and matted by NW Limited...History in Vogue

Unhappy 70th Birthday, Superman i09 blog
Superman at Wikipedia
Superman Homepage

Published in: on June 30, 2008 at 5:31 pm  Comments (1)  
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A (Super)man divided

Time-Warner has been ordered to share control of the Superman copyright with the surviving heirs of Superman’s creator Jerome Siegel.
Siegel and his partner Joseph Shuster sold the rights to Superman (for $130, thank you!) in 1938 to DC Comics.  That contract expired in 1999. 
As of Wednesday, March 27, justice has been served, and Siegel’s wife and daughter will now receive an undetermined share of the profit from the man of steel’s copyright.
Superman would be proud.


Superman as portrayed by Brandon Routh in “Superman Returns” which grossed $200 million dollars domestically. 
“Superman Returns” is one of the movies which may be affected by the judgment. 
Future films are also subject to sharing.  
Those that star Superman include another sequel and a “Justice League of America” movie.

Link:
Time-Warner ordered to share Superman rights (L.A. Times)
Judge’s ruling affects future “Superman” films (Fanhost Network)
Ruling gives heirs a share of copyright (NY Times)

“Red

skies at night, sailor’s delight. Red in the morning, sailors take warning…”
So goes the oft-quoted maritime adage.
The color red is often associated with love…
NW Limited…History in VogueTM proudly presents:


DC Comics’ Superman #9 of a limited run of 15 autographed pieces. $200
Complete with stamps, postmarks as well as the autograph of Brandon Routh, star of Superman Returns! COA for the signature comes with, along with your personalized letter of ownership.
 

Jimmy Stewart #28/50. $200
You get the USPS commemorative stamp and first-day-issue postmark, a high-quality photo reproduced from an original negative…and…a certified authentic autograph by Jimmy himself!
This gathering of historic Hollywood memorabilia is incomparable to anything else you will find for sale.
Don’t forget the box!
Each piece comes custom-boxed to you.
If you’ve got a Jimmy Stewart or Superman fan on your “give” list, or someone to impress, these will do the job.
bill@nwlimited.com or 503-338-6056