Adam Andrusier Autographs
Adam Andrusier Autographs is an international autograph and rare manuscript dealer based in London, England. The company is a member of the Professional Autograph Dealers’ Association and the Universal Autograph Collector’s Club.
Founding and ownership
Adam Andrusier Autographs was founded by Adam Andrusier.
Adam Andrusier began collecting autographs when he was just 12 years old and has over 18 years experience in autograph authentication. His first autograph was that of Cary Grant and was given to him at the age of 11.
Andrusier was the inspiration for Zadie Smith’s 2002 novel “The Autograph Man” and the book is dedicated to him. Andrusier and Smith were neighbours in London for many years and have known each other since the days they spent together at King’s College, Cambridge.
Services and expertise
As well as being a retailer of autographs and autographed memorabilia, Adam Andrusier Autographs also give advice on authentication services and auction representation in the United Kingdom.
The company are always looking to buy more autographs and are happy to be contacted by customers who are looking to sell their collections.
Adam Andrusier Autographs have sold many notable autographs over the years. The following is a list of autographs the company have sold and the prices for which they were sold.
- The Beatles – signed photograph - £13,250
- King Henry VIII – signed document - £12,500
- Martin Luther King Jr – signed typed letter - £8,750
- Karl Marx – signed photograph - £42,500
- J.R.R. Tolkien – handwritten letter - £10,500