Puente Hills Subaru’s Guaranteed Credit Approval Program Streamlines Car Buying for Los Angeles Drivers

Puente Hills Subaru’s Guaranteed Credit Approval Program, Los Angeles area drivers can take advantage of Subaru finance & lease deals to fit their budget.

CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA, USA, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Puente Hills Subaru’s Guaranteed Credit Approval Program Streamlines Car Buying for Los Angeles Drivers

With Puente Hills Subaru’s Guaranteed Credit Approval Program, Los Angeles area drivers can take advantage of Subaru finance & lease deals to fit their budget.

When car shoppers find a car they like at a dealership they want to do business with, everything would seem to be in order: a sale is the likely next step. Less than favorable financing terms can sometimes get in the way, and buyers might have to postpone or reconsider their purchase. Drivers won’t have to worry about this at Puente Hills Subaru. This dealer’s goal is to get its customers behind the wheel of a new or quality used Subaru, and it offers a full suite of financing programs to make it happen, regardless of the customer’s credit.

Catering to Los Angeles Drivers’ Unique Needs
Every driver has unique financing needs. Puente Hills Subaru’s financing team takes into account each customer’s situation. Some people have their eye on a quality used or Certified Pre-Owned Subaru and need a financing option to make their purchase possible. Others have their heart set on a brand new Subaru, but perhaps fear their less-than-perfect credit will keep them from being able to buy. The financing experts at Puente Hills Subaru will work with customers to create financing that works for them.

Budget-Friendly Lease & Loan Programs
Whether it's a Subaru lease, a new car loan, or financing to buy a used car, Puente Hills Subaru can arrange a loan to fit any budget. Experienced financing experts will work with customers to learn about their situation and find a solution that works for them. Since Puente Hills Subaru partners with local and national lenders, it can help provide budget-friendly lease and loan programs. The dealership’s goal is to ensure that everyone gets a great deal on a new or used Subaru, with payments that they can afford. Puente Hills Subaru says: Rough Credit… No Problem. Ask About Our Guaranteed Credit Approval Program.

For more information on Puente Hills Subaru’s budget-friendly financing programs, please contact:

– Name: Lorenzo Serrano
– Email: lorenzo@puentehillssubaru.com
– Phone: (626) 626-4800

About Puente Hills Subaru
Puente Hills Subaru is the leading Los Angeles area dealership for new and used Subaru vehicles. Puente Hills Subaru goes above and beyond to help drivers by providing a variety of financing options. Its quality new and used inventory, honesty, integrity and transparency, plus its Express Service that completes 95% of repairs same day, demonstrate the dealership’s commitment to its customers. With its team’s multilingual abilities, customers can feel confident that they will enjoy exceptional communication every time they visit the dealership.

Lorenzo Serrano
Puente Hills Subaru
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Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Offers Opportunities to Own Quality Pre-Owned Mercedes-Benz Vehicles

Drivers looking for a deal on quality Certified Pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles can find a variety of models to choose from at Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Offers Opportunities to Own Quality Pre-Owned Mercedes-Benz Vehicles

Drivers looking for a deal on quality Certified Pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles can find a variety of models to choose from at Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s two Mercedes-Benz dealership locations; one in Encino and one in Santa Clarita.

For decades Mercedes-Benz has offered drivers the ultimate in prestige and luxury. While these vehicles are highly desirable, not everyone’s budget is ready for the price of a new Mercedes. And there is always the desire to try and find a better price. For these reasons, Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s Mercedes-Benz dealerships sell Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Mercedes-Benz vehicles. Car shoppers who desire the performance, elegance and prestige of this iconic brand, can have it all in a late model Mercedes-Benz from a Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Mercedes-Benz dealership, at an attractive low price.

Drivers can discover all the benefits of buying a CPO Mercedes-Benz:

● 165 point inspection – Exterior complete examination, plus review of windows and tires to ensure they are Mercedes-Benz approved; Interior: complete analysis of all functions, materials and features.
● Warranty – What remains (if any) on the original 4 year/50,000 mile limited warranty, and an additional CPO 1 year/100,000 total vehicle accumulated miles limited warranty (this CPO limited warranty can be extended for up to two additional years/125,000 total vehicle accumulated miles). See dealer for a copy of the limited warrranty.
● 24 hour Roadside Assistance – Get help when needed for tire changes, fuel and more, plus get help with trip routing and technical assistance.
● Exchange CPO Mercedes-Benz within 7 Days or 500 miles – Owner can exchange a Mercedes-Benz CPO vehicle within this stated time/mileage if dissatisfied. The exchange can be of the same or greater value (owner to pay the difference in cost).
● Nationwide Dealer Support – Any Mercedes-Benz dealer nationwide will honor the Mercedes-Benz CPO Limited Warranty or Extended CPO Limited Warranty.

In addition to all of the above benefits, shoppers can access CarFax reports on the CPO Mercedes-Benz cars in the Trophy Automotive Dealer Group inventory. Some of the vehicles are one-owner cars, and come with CarFax One-Owner Reports. Another advantage to shopping with Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s Mercedes-Benz dealerships for a CPO Mercedes is that shoppers who begin their search on the dealer’s website can request a special price quote by email.

Two Convenient Dealership Locations Near Los Angeles
Trophy Automotive Dealer Group invites Mercedes-Benz shoppers to its two convenient locations; Mercedes-Benz of Encino located at 16721 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA; and Mercedes-Benz of Valencia, 23355 Valencia Blvd, Santa Clarita, CA. Each dealership offers a friendly and knowledgeable team to introduce people to its Mercedes-Benz CPO models. With a continuously updated inventory, shoppers can rely on Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s Mercedes-Benz dealerships for the very best selection of CPO Mercedes vehicles in the Los Angeles area.

For more information on purchasing a Certified Pre-Owned Mercedes-Benz from Trophy Automotive Dealer Group’s Mercedes-Benz dealerships, please contact:

Andy Maleki
andy.maleki@tadg.us
(747) 231-5700

About Trophy Automotive Dealer Group
Trophy Automotive Dealer Group is a leading automotive dealer group in the US and has become a benchmark for financial performance, customer satisfaction and innovative digital and mobility solutions, basing its business on excellent customer service for the complete sales and after-sales experience. With six dealer locations in and around Los Angeles, Trophy Automotive Dealer Group offers the ultimate selection of new, used and pre-owned vehicles, featuring Nissan, Kia and Mercedes-Benz cars and trucks.

Andy Maleki
Trophy Automotive Dealer Group
+1 (747) 231-5700
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Bay Area Moving Company Offers Exclusive Corporate Moving Services

Good Green Moving, a moving company based in the San Francisco area, offers convenient moving and storage services to businesses throughout the Bay Area.

NOVATO, CA, USA, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bay Area Moving Company Offers Exclusive Corporate Moving Services

Good Green Moving, a moving company based in the San Francisco area, offers convenient moving and storage services to businesses throughout the Bay Area.

Running a successful business in the Bay Area can be extremely demanding. Any company looking to move suites, move across town, or relocate their business will need the assistance of professional commercial movers like the experts at Good Green Moving. They have completed over 1,000 commercial moves in San Francisco and the surrounding areas. They offer quick, efficient moving services to help business owners navigate a move without any disruption or lost revenue.

This moving company will thoroughly research each object to determine if there are special moving requirements, they will pack every item securely, they can buffer items, and will take extra care to specially pack delicate items.

Good Green Moving provides moving services to businesses in the following areas:
● San Francisco
● Oakland
● Berkley
● Richmond
● Hayward
● Fremont
● Palo Alto
● San Jose
● San Mateo
● Novato
● Mill Valley
● Petaluma
● Sausalito
● San Rafael
● Marin

4 Reasons for a Bay Area Business to Hire Professional Movers

1) Comprehensive Services

Professional Commercial Movers offer a variety of packing, moving, and storage services that can all be useful during an extensive business move.

2) Affordable Options

While many might try to DIY their corporate move to save money, working with professionals can be an affordable option that will save employees time. Good Green Moving offers competitive and transparent pricing options.

3) Communal & Environmental Impact

Hiring real movers can also help an eco-conscious Bay Area business feel good about their environmental impact. Good Green Moving is a green energy business and donates to environmental charities with each move.

4) Convenience

An important benefit of choosing to outsource moving and storage services is the convenience of it. A commercial moving team provides everything that is needed to make a move successful and stress-free.

FAQ About Business Moves in San Francisco

How long does a local commercial move take?

Local moves within the San Francisco Bay Area will take one business day with the expert help of Good Green Moving.

Can these movers transport heavy or tricky office equipment?

Good Green Moving hires professionals that can easily take apart desks, couches, file cabinets, drafting tables, and more hefty office equipment. They will quickly reassemble items at the new location as well.

Can the movers relocate employees to new locations in California or out-of-state?

Good Green Moving offers experience relocating employees to new locations both in and out-of-state.

Can the movers move a business to a new suite in a building?

Onsite moves are a specialty of Good Green. They can properly pack and move things efficiently even if it is just across the street or to a new suite.

Contact these San Francisco commercial movers for an estimate on a business move in the Bay Area.

Jonathan Cook
-855-613-4663
jonathan@goodgreenmoving.com

About Good Green Moving

Good Green Moving serves San Francisco, the Bay Area, and beyond with both residential and commercial moving, storage, and related services. They were featured as the best moving company in the area in 2018 Best of San Francisco Magazine for a unique approach to ecologically responsible moving practices. Their business moving services have been used by thousands throughout the Bay Area for an affordable, eco-friendly, and efficient relocation.

Jonathan Cook
Good Green Moving
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Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. Helps Home Sellers in Green Bay & Northeast WI Find Appropriate New Spaces

Home sellers in Green Bay and Northeast WI will want to engage the services of qualified real estate professionals at Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc.,

GREEN BAY, WI, USA, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. Helps Home Sellers in Green Bay & Northeast WI Find Appropriate New Spaces

Home sellers in Green Bay and Northeast WI will want to engage the services of qualified real estate professionals at Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc., to help market their homes. They can also count on Todd Wiese to help them find new properties that will meet their needs and fit their budgets.

When is the right time to consider selling a home? Some life events provide strong motivation to sell a home and buy a new one, and other conditions may make it worthwhile to consider moving. Some of the most common reasons why people in Green Bay and Northeast WI seek the assistance of Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. to sell their homes are a lack of space, too much space, too little storage and an opportunity to make money.

Too Many People, Too Few Rooms

For example, a three-bedroom or even larger home might begin to feel cramped when a family grows. First, parents give up the guest room, then the office. And that tiny office might work as a bedroom in the short term when the youngest child is little, but when she gets bigger, it might be time to put the home on the market.

Families can also expand and space can shrink if they need to provide care for an aging parent or grandparent. That kind of living situation is increasingly common these days, and not all homes are well suited for it. If a current property doesn’t have enough space for a family to thrive, it’s probably time to call an agent at Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. to help find something that can accommodate a family’s growth.

Time to Downsize

Too much space can be just as much of a problem as too little. When the kids grow up and find homes of their own, homeowners still have to heat, clean and maintain that empty space. It can be quite a burden!

Selling a large home can be a good opportunity to cash in equity and find a new property with better amenities or a more desirable location. Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. can help owners find the property that makes them feel like they’re getting a new lease on life.

Not Enough Storage & Home Office Space

Over time, everyone accumulates stuff, and lifestyles change. If a person decides to start a home business, it's important to ask if one will have the home office and storage space to operate it. The answer to that question can determine whether or not the business will be successful.

Storage requirements may also decide whether people can take up a new hobby, like art or scuba diving. People often come to Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. because their lifestyles have outgrown the storage space in their current Green Bay or Northeast WI homes.

The Profit Motive

An opportunity to sell a property for a good price may present itself, and while this usually is not the primary reason why people seek assistance from Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc., it may be an additional incentive.

Selling a home for a profit means owners can upgrade to a property that accommodates a better lifestyle or is better suited to their needs.

Whatever the reason owners decide to sell their homes, they can receive the best outcome when they consult the experienced real estate team at Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc.

Home sellers in the Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin area are encouraged to call Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. [920-406-0001] to find out more about the resources available to them.

Todd Wiese
Email: info@toddwiese.com
Tel: 920.406.0001

About Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc.

Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc. is Northeast Wisconsin’s most innovative real estate team. Its trained team and licensed agents specialize in the Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin real estate market and are prepared to find people the right home at the best price. For those selling their home, Todd Wiese Homeselling System, Inc.'s proven plan will help sellers match their home with the right buyers for the right price.

We have a track record of success including:
– Todd Wiese Homeselling Team sells a house every 23 hours.
– Todd Wiese Homeselling Team advertises your home 24 hours a day until it’s sold.
– Todd Wiese Homeselling Team has thousands of motivated buyers in their data base actively looking for homes… your home may already be sold!
– When you buy a home through Todd Wiese, and if during the first 2 years you own it you’re not happy with it for any reason, they will buy it back.

Todd Wiese
Todd Wiese Homes
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Lab-Grown Diamonds for Valentine’s Day

How this new, ethically sourced trend is turning into a household familiarity.

STAMFORD, CT, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the most romantic day of the year approaches, more and more couples are turning to lab-grown diamond gifts to share not only their love for each other but their love for the earth.

Clean Origin, a digitally native eCommerce lab-grown diamond brand, has been predicting the trend for quite some time. In fact, in a survey performed by the company last year, more than 50% of the 250 [millennial] participants responded yes when asked, “Would you consider a man-made diamond over a mined diamond for an anniversary, birthday, or holiday gift?”

“I joined the lab-created movement for a reason,” says Founder, Alexander Weindling. “The diamond industry has dark secrets and for a long time, mined diamonds were your only option for a traditional diamond engagement ring. That’s no longer the case with lab-grown diamonds. These stones combine the beauty of this fantastic gem with the peace of mind of ethical sourcing. Couples can have their [wedding] cake and eat it too.”

Engagement rings aren’t the only popular lab-grown jewelry. In fact, Clean Origin saw a huge increase in holiday diamond stud sales year over year.

“We offer two types of diamond studs: 3 prong and 4 prong,” says Director of Marketing, Brandon Cook. “They’re the epitome of a perfect gift and we saw the results of that this past holiday season. Our earring sales grew at least 100% year over year compared to 2018.”

With a price tag that can be up to 40% less than mined diamonds, this statistic shouldn’t come as quite a surprise. In addition to being atomically and visually identical to mined diamonds, couples can either save or upgrade their diamond in terms of size or quality. It’s a sparkly win-win.

Clean Origin was founded in 2017 by Alexander Weindling and Ryan Bonifacino. With future generation(s) top of mind, the company offers only lab-grown diamond engagement rings and fashion jewelry. In just over two years, they’ve become both a thought and industry leader in the lab-created diamond vertical.

Haley Origin
Clean Origin
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We Insure, Inc. is growing rapidly and expanding in Georgia

We Insure, Inc. is expanding and is growing franchises throughout Georgia.

Our 10-year brand presence and strong turn-key franchise business model makes us a great choice for entrepreneurs interested in building a business with an established, well-respected brand.”

— Chris Pflueger, Chief Development Officer of We Insure

JACKSONVILLE, FL, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Delivering on the commitment to expand nationally in 2020, We Insure begins offering franchises in the state of Georgia. The first We Insure franchisee for Georgia is in Scottsdale and brings the state its first We Insure, offering more carrier access than most insurance organizations. To satisfy the growing demand in Georgia, We Insure will be working many qualified candidates throughout 2020.

“What We Insure has to offer to potential franchisees is rare in this industry; our 10-year brand presence and strong turn-key franchise business model makes us a great choice for entrepreneurs interested in building a business with an established, well-respected brand.” said Chris Pflueger, Chief Development Officer of We Insure. “We’re seeing a strong demand for We Insure coast to coast due to our successful national advertising, strong social presence, positive franchise owner feedback, and recent openings. In addition, the marketing and service support has been a challenging environment for other insurance brands. Alternatively, We Insure has been recognized for our award-winning service and continues to be an attractive business for those looking to expand into the insurance industry.”

To propel the national expansion, an industry veteran John Henning is the Franchise Sales Consultant that will be hosting multiple franchise discovery meetings in Georgia. The team will also be participating in the various industry related conventions to engage with future franchisees across the US. Individuals interested in pursuing a We Insure Franchise are encouraged to visit weinsurefranchise.com for more information and contact John Henning directly at john.henning@weinsuregroup.com.

We Insure has a unique culture that encompasses a network of support, both from the home office and the franchisees. The team is ready to work with potential franchisees to help find a solution to match their needs and the needs of their customers with the most access to the top-rated insurance carriers. To learn more, schedule a franchise discovery consultation and visit weinsurefranchise.com/jointhemovement.

About We Insure, Inc.
We Insure, Inc. consists of 100 plus retail locations with more than 300 people and over $185 million in annual sales. We Insure agency owners focus all their time on customers, while corporate provides all of the back support, call center, technologies, and tools needed for success. We Insure offers home, auto, business insurance and more through more than 100 top-rated carriers with franchise opportunities in the United States. Visit www.weinsuregroup.com for more information.

Katie Curvel
We Insure group
+1 (904) 288-8978
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Eliseo Delgado Jr. Shares Insider Real Estate Tips When Applying for a Mortgage

CORONA, CALIFORNIA, USA , January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Eliseo Delgado Jr. is one of the West Coast’s premier real estate professionals and a proven leader with The Mortgage Guys, which is based out of California. Here, he shares some of his career experience with readers and lends a few financial preparation tips for potential homeowners who are applying for mortgages.

Many people underestimate the mortgage application and home buying processes, often under preparing along the way and meeting many unanticipated obstacles throughout. To avoid the common headaches of applying for a mortgage, real estate professional Eliseo Delgado Jr. shares a few insider tips on what people should save up for below.

“It’s important that people applying for a mortgage understand the home buying process all the way through instead of learning as you go,” says Eliseo Delgado Jr. “Ideally, the home search is one of the last steps in the process, but many people treat it like the first step. In the end, the biggest concern is saving up enough money so homebuyers don’t run into any dead ends with mortgage applications.”

Down payments are typically the highest expense people must face when purchasing a home, and usually the more money they have saved up in the beginning will help them save money on insurance later. It’s advised that people save up enough money to equal about 20% of their anticipated total home cost, which will get them off the hook of most mortgage insurances. The larger the amount of money put down on a house in the beginning also ultimately cuts down the cost of monthly payments. While saving up 20% of the home cost is a best-case-scenario, homebuyers can also secure a mortgage with a much lower down payment thanks to help from government-backed FHA loans, VA loans, and the like.

Another element that homebuyers will have to prepare for is the closing cost of a home. Closing costs are the expenses that potential homeowners must pay to their lender in exchange for loan services during the transaction process. While this amount will likely end up being thousands of dollars, homebuyers will usually only have to fork out something like 3-6% of the total home cost in these payments.

Eliseo Delgado Jr. also says that it’s likely lenders will also require homebuyers to show proof that they have enough finances saved up to pay for their first few monthly payments on time. These lenders will also want to know that homebuyers can afford their mortgage payments and may take into account elements like debt compared to income before they approve a mortgage.

“In addition, homebuyers should be financially prepared to handle any potential fixes in the beginning, such as replacing old appliances or repairing a furnace,” says Eliseo Delgado Jr. “There’s a lot of saving up required when applying to mortgage lenders, and it’s wise that potential homebuyers build up good credit and save as much money as they can early on to make the home-buying process smooth and painless.”

Caroline Hunter
Web Presence, LLC
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Jeff Bogardo highlights range of Pennsylvania's most popular marathons

Keen runner and Pennsylvania-based expert Jeff Bogardo offers a closer look at some of the state's most popular marathons and racing events.

BETHLEHEM, PA, USA, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pennsylvania is home to more than 20 regular marathon events. Held annually, this year, the state will host more than 25 different marathons ranging from the Philadelphia Trail Marathon, Pittsburgh Marathon, and York Marathon to Run For The Red, the Pine Creek Challenge, and, in Wellsboro, Conquer the Canyon. A keen runner and longtime resident of the Keystone State, Jeff Bogardo provides a closer look at some of Pennsylvania's biggest and most popular marathons.

"Pennsylvania is home to a huge array of marathons and half-marathons, from Run For The Red in Tannersville to the Pine Creek Challenge in Wellsboro, which is also home to the famous Conquer the Canyon event," explains Bogardo, a highly experienced runner who has successfully competed in more than 100 races.

"Other notable marathons hosted in the state include the Philadelphia Trail Marathon, Pittsburgh Marathon, and York Marathon," he continues, "plus the Chasing the Unicorn Marathon and the Two Rivers Marathon Race Festival."

The Chasing the Unicorn Marathon, or Chasing the Unicorn Marathon & Alternative Half-Marathon, is based in Washington Crossing, according to JefF Bogardo, while the Two Rivers Marathon Race Festival—which includes a marathon, half-marathon, and 10K and 5K races—is held in Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania.

Later in the year, and following the Chasing the Unicorn Marathon & Alternative Half-Marathon, there's also the Erie Marathon at Presque Isle, and Allentown's Via Marathon, which, along with the Chasing the Unicorn Marathon, and the Pine Creek Challenge in Wellsboro, all take place in September.

These are followed, during October and November, by the GAP Trestles Marathon in Meyersdale, the Steamtown Marathon in Scranton, the Veterans Marathon in Blairsville, the Bucks County Marathon in Upper Makefield Township, and the Harrisburg Marathon in Dauphin County, according to running expert Jeff Bogardo. "The year concludes," he adds, "with the Philadelphia Marathon Weekend at the end of November."

Originally from New Jersey, Jeff Bogardo relocated to Pennsylvania more than two decades ago and has remained settled in the Lehigh and Northampton counties city of Bethlehem ever since. "Beyond my love of running, I'm also a passionate gardener," adds Bogardo, wrapping up, "and happily maintain a large garden at my residence in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania."

Jeff Bogardo was born Jeffrey P. Bogardo in Hackensack, New Jersey. Young Bogardo grew up between Morris Plains, New Jersey; Miami, Florida; New Providence, New Jersey; and Birmingham, Alabama. As an adult, Jeff has lived in New Providence, Milburn, and Bridgewater, New Jersey, as well as Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where he's now been a resident for more than 20 years. Jeff Bogardo attended New Providence High School in Union County, New Jersey, and Shades Valley High School in Irondale, Alabama, before joining the ranks of Union County College in Cranford, New Jersey. He also later graduated from The Chubb Institute, where the keen runner studied computer programming.

Caroline Hunter
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A book and a photo signed by Abraham Lincoln bring a combined $250,000 in University Archives' online auction, Jan. 16th

Copy of the book The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, by the famed American author Washington Irving, with an ownership signature by Abraham Lincoln ($175,000).

Abraham Lincoln signed carte de visite, PSA/DNA encapsulated and graded Gem Mint 10, after an Alexander Gardner portrait, signed by Lincoln circa August 1864 ($75,000).

Document from the 2nd Congress, boldly signed by Thomas Jefferson, regarding a lighthouse at Cape Fear, framed and signed (in print) by Washington and Adams ($10,625).

Three-piece matador outfit sold to Ernest Hemingway by legendary Spanish bullfighter Antonio Ordonez. Hemingway later gifted it to his best friend, A.E. Hotchner ($13,750).

Presentation copy of Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill — a war dated book given to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and inscribed by FDR ($34,375).

Eager bidders gave a tip of the top hat to Abraham Lincoln. Several historically significant lots pertaining to Honest Abe were offered in the sale.

In today’s market, presidential autographs have performed and continue to perform very strongly, particularly those from Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR and Teddy Roosevelt.”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CONN., UNITED STATES, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Eager bidders gave a tip of the top hat to Abraham Lincoln in University Archives’ online auction held January 16th. Several historically significant lots pertaining to Honest Abe were offered in the sale, with two of them combining for $250,000. In all, 281 lots came up for bid in an auction that grossed nearly $900,000, including the buyer’s premium.

The sale’s top earner was a copy of the book The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, by American author Washington Irving, with an ownership signature by Lincoln ($175,000). The book, which was formative to Lincoln’s views on slavery, had been given to him by his brother-in-law, Ninian W. Edwards. Lincoln later presented it to his law partner, with an inscription.

The runner-up lot was also Lincoln related: a carte de visite photograph of the president, signed by him (as “A. Lincoln”) and PSA graded Gem Mint 10 ($75,000). The photo had been found in the personal photo album (included in the lot) of the wife of Colonel Benjamin Rosson, whom Lincoln had personally thanked in his “Lincoln Log” in 1864 for service during the Civil War.

University Archives is always seeking quality consignments or items for outright purchase. The firm’s next online-only auction is slated for Wednesday, Feb. 26, with a 10:30 am EST start time. Up to 100 percent cash advances are available for great items valued from $5,000 to $5 million.

Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call Mr. Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at john@universityarchives.com.

The auction was packed with unique relics, photos, autographs, books and ephemera, to include 55 of the 56 Declaration of Independence signers (all except Button Gwinnett), plus presidential items (high-ticket Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and FDR).

Also offered were literary items (including five lots of Hemingway), music (the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and others), entertainment (Marilyn Monroe, Harry Houdini and others), and science (to include Edison, Einstein and Freud, with a special emphasis on psychology).

“Our blockbuster New Year’s sale demonstrated the huge demand for high-quality historical documents among collectors,” said John Reznikoff, president and owner of University Archives. “In today’s market, presidential autographs have performed and continue to perform very strongly, particularly those from Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR and Teddy Roosevelt.”

Reznikoff added, “Investing in Declaration signers seem to be as safe as investing money in the bank. Very few people have heard of Arthur Middleton, but an item signed by him brought nearly three times the price of a decent George Washington letter. The Revolutionary War continues to garner attention, while the Civil War has presented many opportunities and should resurge soon.”

Reznikoff said the rock ‘n’ roll category did particularly well in the January sale, pointing to a Jimi Hendrix signed Woodstock ticket, authenticated and encapsulated by Beckett just a month before the 1969 rock festival, which sold for nearly $6,000. “We are now the go-to place for Americana, the Declaration Signers and all wars,” he said. “We welcome all fine consignments.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction. Internet bidding was facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. A little fewer than 5,000 people registered to bid online and combined to place 6,216 bids. All prices include buyer’s premium.

The Arthur Middleton signed document was one of the crown jewels of the lots dedicated to Declaration signers. Written in Philadelphia and dated May 20, 1782, it was not only signed by Middleton (a rarity in itself), it also had the signatures of Supreme Court Justice John Rutledge (also very rare) and David Ramsay, a member of the Continental Congress. It sold for $40,625.

Other noteworthy lots from the Declaration signers included the following:

• A one-page letter signed by George Taylor, the third rarest Declaration signer, with war content, dated May 31, 1779, one of only a few Taylor signed letters known ($16,250).
• The signature of Thomas Lynch, also very rare, clipped from a volume of Swift’s works taken from Lynch’s library, a superb signature with wonderful provenance ($13,750).
• A document bearing two signatures of Francis Lewis, a receipt for monies collected from William Pollard on behalf of the Gratz brothers, in Oct. 1775 and Feb. 1776 ($11,250).

A pristine document from the 2nd Congress, signed by Thomas Jefferson (himself a Declaration signer), regarding a lighthouse at Cape Fear, framed to a size of 20 inches by 29 inches and signed (in print) by Washington and Adams, brought $10,625. Also, a one-page letter signed by George Washington, written in 1791 and regarding Mount Vernon and its crops but also talking about one of his slaves, Davy Gray, in whom Washington placed great trust, realized $15,000.

The 1960 “Suit of Lights” three-piece outfit worn by Ernest Hemingway’s friend, the Spanish matador Antonio Ordonez, gaveled for $13,750. Hemingway purchased the ornate and heavily ornamented outfit after profiling Ordonez in a series of magazine articles. Also, a 16th century printing of Petrus Lombardus’s Sentences, with a panel-stamped calf displaying the arms of King Henry VIII and his Queen Katherine of Aragon in the panel-stamped calf, finished at $11,000.

A presentation copy of Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill — a war dated book given to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and inscribed by FDR, "For E.R. A month's episode, with much love from FDR Christmas 1942", realized $34,375; while three items pertaining to FDR’s New Deal, all on White House stationery, including a June 11, 1934 letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the 73rd Congress, implementing the deal, signed, hit $20,000.

A limited first edition set (#18 of 150) of Winston Churchill’s four-volume work of Marlborough (George G. Harrap & Co., London, 1933-1938), about John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough (1644-1722), inscribed by Churchill to his publisher, fetched $11,250. Another noteworthy lot pertaining to Abraham Lincoln is the group of nearly 200 photos of Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Robert Todd Lincoln and many associates, 191 photos in all, in an album, that brought $11,250.

The February 26th auction will feature Jack Kerouac estate items, part 1, including manuscripts and personal items, to include his typewriter; an Alan Ginsburg photo postcard showing Beats annotated by Kerouac; Ernest Hemingway’s typewriter; a rare letter signed by Tchaikovsky with important content; an F. Scott Fitzgerald signed portrait; and Samuel Colt patent documents for his famous revolver.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by Mr. Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, February 26th online-only auction, please visit www.universityarchives.com. Updates are posted frequently.

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John Reznikoff
University Archives
+1 203-454-0111
email us here


Source: EIN Presswire

A book and a photo signed by Abraham Lincoln bring a combined $250,000 in University Auctions' online auction, Jan. 16th

Copy of the book The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, by the famed American author Washington Irving, with an ownership signature by Abraham Lincoln ($175,000).

Abraham Lincoln signed carte de visite, PSA/DNA encapsulated and graded Gem Mint 10, after an Alexander Gardner portrait, signed by Lincoln circa August 1864 ($75,000).

Document from the 2nd Congress, boldly signed by Thomas Jefferson, regarding a lighthouse at Cape Fear, framed and signed (in print) by Washington and Adams ($10,625).

Three-piece matador outfit sold to Ernest Hemingway by legendary Spanish bullfighter Antonio Ordonez. Hemingway later gifted it to his best friend, A.E. Hotchner ($13,750).

Presentation copy of Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill — a war dated book given to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and inscribed by FDR ($34,375).

Eager bidders gave a tip of the top hat to Abraham Lincoln. Several historically significant lots pertaining to Honest Abe were offered in the sale.

In today’s market, presidential autographs have performed and continue to perform very strongly, particularly those from Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR and Teddy Roosevelt.”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CONN., UNITED STATES, January 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Eager bidders gave a tip of the top hat to Abraham Lincoln in University Archives’ online auction held January 16th. Several historically significant lots pertaining to Honest Abe were offered in the sale, with two of them combining for $250,000. In all, 281 lots came up for bid in an auction that grossed nearly $900,000, including the buyer’s premium.

The sale’s top earner was a copy of the book The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, by American author Washington Irving, with an ownership signature by Lincoln ($175,000). The book, which was formative to Lincoln’s views on slavery, had been given to him by his brother-in-law, Ninian W. Edwards. Lincoln later presented it to his law partner, with an inscription.

The runner-up lot was also Lincoln related: a carte de visite photograph of the president, signed by him (as “A. Lincoln”) and PSA graded Gem Mint 10 ($75,000). The photo had been found in the personal photo album (included in the lot) of the wife of Colonel Benjamin Rosson, whom Lincoln had personally thanked in his “Lincoln Log” in 1864 for service during the Civil War.

University Archives is always seeking quality consignments or items for outright purchase. The firm’s next online-only auction is slated for Wednesday, Feb. 26, with a 10:30 am EST start time. Up to 100 percent cash advances are available for great items valued from $5,000 to $5 million.

Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call Mr. Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at john@universityarchives.com.

The auction was packed with unique relics, photos, autographs, books and ephemera, to include 55 of the 56 Declaration of Independence signers (all except Button Gwinnett), plus presidential items (high-ticket Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and FDR).

Also offered were literary items (including five lots of Hemingway), music (the Beatles, Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and others), entertainment (Marilyn Monroe, Harry Houdini and others), and science (to include Edison, Einstein and Freud, with a special emphasis on psychology).

“Our blockbuster New Year’s sale demonstrated the huge demand for high-quality historical documents among collectors,” said John Reznikoff, president and owner of University Archives. “In today’s market, presidential autographs have performed and continue to perform very strongly, particularly those from Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR and Teddy Roosevelt.”

Reznikoff added, “Investing in Declaration signers seem to be as safe as investing money in the bank. Very few people have heard of Arthur Middleton, but an item signed by him brought nearly three times the price of a decent George Washington letter. The Revolutionary War continues to garner attention, while the Civil War has presented many opportunities and should resurge soon.”

Reznikoff said the rock ‘n’ roll category did particularly well in the January sale, pointing to a Jimi Hendrix signed Woodstock ticket, authenticated and encapsulated by Beckett just a month before the 1969 rock festival, which sold for nearly $6,000. “We are now the go-to place for Americana, the Declaration Signers and all wars,” he said. “We welcome all fine consignments.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction. Internet bidding was facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. A little fewer than 5,000 people registered to bid online and combined to place 6,216 bids. All prices include buyer’s premium.

The Arthur Middleton signed document was one of the crown jewels of the lots dedicated to Declaration signers. Written in Philadelphia and dated May 20, 1782, it was not only signed by Middleton (a rarity in itself), it also had the signatures of Supreme Court Justice John Rutledge (also very rare) and David Ramsay, a member of the Continental Congress. It sold for $40,625.

Other noteworthy lots from the Declaration signers included the following:

• A one-page letter signed by George Taylor, the third rarest Declaration signer, with war content, dated May 31, 1779, one of only a few Taylor signed letters known ($16,250).
• The signature of Thomas Lynch, also very rare, clipped from a volume of Swift’s works taken from Lynch’s library, a superb signature with wonderful provenance ($13,750).
• A document bearing two signatures of Francis Lewis, a receipt for monies collected from William Pollard on behalf of the Gratz brothers, in Oct. 1775 and Feb. 1776 ($11,250).

A pristine document from the 2nd Congress, signed by Thomas Jefferson (himself a Declaration signer), regarding a lighthouse at Cape Fear, framed to a size of 20 inches by 29 inches and signed (in print) by Washington and Adams, brought $10,625. Also, a one-page letter signed by George Washington, written in 1791 and regarding Mount Vernon and its crops but also talking about one of his slaves, Davy Gray, in whom Washington placed great trust, realized $15,000.

The 1960 “Suit of Lights” three-piece outfit worn by Ernest Hemingway’s friend, the Spanish matador Antonio Ordonez, gaveled for $13,750. Hemingway purchased the ornate and heavily ornamented outfit after profiling Ordonez in a series of magazine articles. Also, a 16th century printing of Petrus Lombardus’s Sentences, with a panel-stamped calf displaying the arms of King Henry VIII and his Queen Katherine of Aragon in the panel-stamped calf, finished at $11,000.

A presentation copy of Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill — a war dated book given to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and inscribed by FDR, "For E.R. A month's episode, with much love from FDR Christmas 1942", realized $34,375; while three items pertaining to FDR’s New Deal, all on White House stationery, including a June 11, 1934 letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the 73rd Congress, implementing the deal, signed, hit $20,000.

A limited first edition set (#18 of 150) of Winston Churchill’s four-volume work of Marlborough (George G. Harrap & Co., London, 1933-1938), about John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough (1644-1722), inscribed by Churchill to his publisher, fetched $11,250. Another noteworthy lot pertaining to Abraham Lincoln is the group of nearly 200 photos of Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, Robert Todd Lincoln and many associates, 191 photos in all, in an album, that brought $11,250.

The February 26th auction will feature Jack Kerouac estate items, part 1, including manuscripts and personal items, to include his typewriter; an Alan Ginsburg photo postcard showing Beats annotated by Kerouac; Ernest Hemingway’s typewriter; a rare letter signed by Tchaikovsky with important content; an F. Scott Fitzgerald signed portrait; and Samuel Colt patent documents for his famous revolver.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by Mr. Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, February 26th online-only auction, please visit www.universityarchives.com. Updates are posted frequently.

# # # #

John Reznikoff
University Archives
+1 203-454-0111
email us here


Source: EIN Presswire