Scotti, Antonio - Autograph Manuscripts (Various Options)

Star Italian baritone (1866-1936), one of the most important singers of the Metropolitan Opera for over 25 years.

Original autograph letters, typed letters, autograph notes, signature cuts, clips, and album pages signed by the celebrated soprano in different sizes, lengths, and conditions (for more details please check individual descriptions).

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Signed Page (I)

Item #: H5455-VV7

Page signed by the baritone with a short sentiment in Italian (sold untranslated). Size is 5 x 6.3 inches, minor cracks, central fold, in very good condition.

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$35.00 USD
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Signature Cut (1911)

Item #: GG0743-GX193D

Signature cut, dated in New York in 1911. Size is 4 x 6.25 inches, missing pieces of paper (not affecting the handwriting and signature).

ALSO INCLUDED is a photograph (reproduction) of him as Scarpia in Puccini's Tosca. Size is 4.75 x 8 inches, in excellent condition.

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$40.00 USD
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$40.00 USD
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Autograph Note Signed (1889)

Item #: GG0740-GX193D

Autograph note signed, 1 page written in French sold untranslated, dated in 1889. Size is 4.75 x 8 inches (unfolded), in very good condition.

ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of him by photographer Mishkin (New York). Size is 3.5 x 5.25 inches, in very good condition.

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$60.00 USD
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$60.00 USD
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Signed Album Page (1906)

Item #: H3792-H7G

Album page signed and inscribed by him, dated in London, 1906. Size is 5 x 6.5 inches, central fold, in excellent condition.

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$50.00 USD
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$50.00 USD
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Autograph Note Signed (I)

Item #: S1054-M814

Autograph note signed, 1 page written in English on the letterhead of the Vanderbilt Hotel, New York. Page size is 5 x 6.25 inches, in very good condition.

ALSO INCLUDED is an unsigned photo postcard of him as Iago in Verdi's Otello by Culver Pictures. Size is 4.25 x 5.75 inches, in excellent condition.

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$45.00 USD
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$45.00 USD
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Signed Album Page (1902)

Item #: M9501-GZ018D

Album page signed by him, dated in Philadelphia, 1902. Size is 5 x 2.9 inches, in very good condition.

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$35.00 USD
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$35.00 USD
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ALL ITEMS SHOWING PRICE ARE IN STOCK. Items no longer available will show as "Sold out".

100% GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPHS. Certificate of Authenticity (CoA) on invoice.

ALL ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPHS - Hand signed. We do not sell copies or reproductions.

THE "TAMINO AUTOGRAPHS" semi-transparent legend over the pictures shown here does not exist in the actual item.

ALL PRICES ARE FINAL & NOT NEGOTIABLE. Lower offers will not be accepted. No fake discounts, we sell authentic autographs at authentic prices, fair market or below.

Shipping

Tamino Autographs carefully packs your autographs and other purchases in sturdy cardboard mailers.

We ship both domestic and international within 3 business days after payment is received. Shipping fees are paid by the customer and depend on amount of your purchase.

Returns & Exchanges

Unsatisfactory items may be returned within 14 days of receipt for your choice of a store credit or a full refund. In order to qualify for a refund, items must first be returned in the exact same condition they were shipped. By default we ship via USPS, and provide the option to ship via FedEx or UPS. Shipping and handling costs are not refundable for any items that were already shipped, either returned or not. At our discretion, a restocking and relisting fee of up to USD 40 could be applied for some returned items, although this is very rarely applied.

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