The PADA New York show is the premier event for autograph collectors. Top dealers specializing in historic autographs will once again bring a wide range of material from $ 50 to $ 50,000 and over, along with priceless expertise and knowledge to assist collectors. New collectors and non-collectors interested in learning about the hobby are welcome to browse and ask questions. You are bound to walk away amazed at how easy it is to own a piece of history. Collectors of all experience levels will find something new and different at the show.
Exhibitors at the 2014 show include:
Abraham Lincoln Book Shop, Inc., Chicago, IL
Edward N. Bomsey Autographs, Inc., Annandale, VA
Gary Combs Autographs, Inc., New York, NY
Custodians of History, Plymouth, MA
Harmonie Autographs and Music, Inc., New York, NY
David J. Holmes Autographs, Hamilton, NY
Seth Kaller, Inc, White Plains, NY
La Scala Autographs, Inc., Princeton, NJ
Librarie Signatures, Paris, France
Lionheart Autographs, Inc., New York, NY
Stuart Lutz Historical Documents, Inc., Short Hills, NJ
Main Street Fine Books and Manuscripts, LTD., Galerna, IL
Howard S. Mott, Inc., Sheffield MA
J.B. Muns Fine Art Books and Musical Autographs, Inc., Berkley, CA
The Raab Collection, Ardmore, PA
Max Rambod Inc., Calabasas, CA
Main Street Fine Books and Manuscripts, Ltd
Safka and Bareis Autographs, Forrest Hills, NY
Schubertiade Music and Arts, Newton, MA
Scott J. Winslow Associates, Inc., Bedford, NH
Schulson Autographs, Millburn, NJ
Gerard Stodolski Autographs, Bedford, NH
Every item sold by a PADA member is unconditionally guaranteed authentic backed with full refund guarantees. PADA dealers are among the most expert dealers in the world bound by the highest standards of ethics and offer an outstanding range of material. Areas of particular interest will include, but not limited to Presidents, Literature, Supreme Court, Composers, Instrumentalists, Conductors, Art, Opera, Space and Exploration, Science, Colonial Figures, Royalty, Civil War, Broadway, Golden Age Hollywood, Dance, Jazz, and General History.
We are easy to find:
We are a block away from the ABAA Show, easily accessible on the Lexington Avenue Green line on the 4, 5 & 6 trains at the 68th street stop, as well as the Lexington Avenue bus. Parking is available all day Sunday on the street for free, also there are several pay lots in the vicinity.
Imperial Parking Systems*
860 Fifth Avenue
Entrance is on the north side of 67th Street
between Madison and Fifth avenues.
30 East 65th Street
Entrance is on the south side of 65th Street
between Park and Madison avenues.
166 East 67th Street
Between 3rd Avenue and Lexington Avenues
*Garage charges customer.