Lion Heart Autographs, Inc.

Lion Heart Autographs, an internationally renowned dealer of autographs and manuscripts, was founded in 1978 by David Lowenherz. Specializing in the areas of music, history, art, literature, and science, Lion Heart's inventory includes high-quality manuscripts written by U.S. presidents, Supreme Court justices, world statesmen, business and military leaders, monarchs, composers, musicians, scientists, Nobel Prize winners, explorers, inventors, painters, sculptors, poets, novelists, and playwrights. To shop the thousands of unique signed photographs, letters, documents, musical manuscripts and scores available for sale in Lion Heart's New York City offices or to sell an autograph, please call 212-779-7050 for an appointment or visit All material sold is guaranteed authentic without time limit.

A member of the Grolier Club, owner of one of the finest Robert Frost collections in private hands, and co-founder of the Professional Autograph Dealers Association (PADA), Lowenherz has also completed complex estate appraisals, including the papers of Leonard Bernstein, Irving Berlin, Martha Graham, and the archives of the New York Times and Carnegie Hall. Additionally, Lowenherz has acted as a consultant to the Library of Congress and the Ira and Leonore Gershwin Trust in the acquisition of several important archives of contemporary composers. Please inquire to discuss authentications, appraisals and auction representation. Our staff is fluent in German, French and English.

Numerous companies, organizations and individuals have bought corporate gifts from Lion Heart Autographs, including American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic, Arista Records, Carnegie Hall, Columbia Artists Management, Forbes, IBM, ICM, Opus 3 Artists, Polygram Records, Soka Gakkai International, SONY, The New York Metropolitan Opera, The New York Philharmonic, and Time Warner. Lion Heart Autographs has handled such items as an eight-song manuscript by Franz Schubert; letters of Beethoven; Einstein manuscripts; items written by every president of the United States; a proclamation signed by Napoleon announcing his coronation as Emperor of France; a letter from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., referring to his "I Have a Dream" speech; one of only six known letters written by Sigmund Freud to his mother; and a highly important archive of Alfred Dreyfus material. Our experienced associates, Heather Wightman and Michel Sauvage, are happy to assist you in finding the perfect autograph from our vast inventory.

David H. Lowenherz
Heather Wightman - Associate
330 East 38th Street, 42-I
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (212) 779-7050
Fax: (212) 779-7066
Web site:
Services and Specializations: Art, History, Literature, Music, Science, will appraise, will authenticate

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