My check's in the mail! I left the mailbox door open so it can bounce back into it!! LOL.
Thanks for the link Herb. Would love to have those.
They are interesting, but not so much my cup of tea. However, I can't help but wonder what they're actually worth. Is the price shown a real approximate value? How would you value such a collection?
I believe that is actually a bargain. Henry Ford autographs have sold at auction in the high five figures and I have seen them retail in the low six figures. The Indy reference postcard, though not signed by Henry, should have a good market as well. If I had the money I'd probably make an offer and see what sticks.
*Although I am a USPAP compliant appraiser, this should not be taken as an appraisal. It is an informal professional opinion of value and is not to be relied on as anything else.
Caveat Emptor, the seller's feedback has no indication of any experience selling something so historical. A description of how he acquired these would have been helpful (provenance).
The seller has 11 post cards, they are not copies but yet has 10 lots for sale! ? With a feedback of over 700 they are not newbie's.
I am skeptical of the price representing market value. Clara's signature has no value. Henry's does.
He forgot to mention the free Ford that comes with them.
The postcards are only signed "Henry", so Henry who? Still would love to see some provenance, that could be a very interesting and entertaining story.