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Cheapism Logo By Jeff Rindskopf of Cheapism | Slide 2 of 19: Price: $39,000 On Nov. 22, 1963, hours before he was killed in his motorcade, President John F. Kennedy signed a copy of the Dallas Morning News previewing his and the first lady's arrival in the city. Potentially Kennedy's last autograph, it was sold by the newspaper in 2009 for $39,000. At the same auction, a fedora worn by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby when he fatally shot Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, went for $53,775.Related: 29 Destinations That Defined the 1960s

JFK'S 'Last' Autograph

Price: $39,000 
On Nov. 22, 1963, hours before he was killed in his motorcade, President John F. Kennedy signed a copy of the Dallas Morning News previewing his and the first lady's arrival in the city. Potentially Kennedy's last autograph, it was sold by the newspaper in 2009 for $39,000. At the same auction, a fedora worn by Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby when he fatally shot Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, went for $53,775.

Related: 29 Destinations That Defined the 1960s

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