Mount Everest Climber John Hunt Signed Card 1953 Expedition Leader For Sale
Sir John Hunt [1910 1998] was a British army officer who was the expedition leader of the May 29, 1953, first successful climb of Mount Everest. Listed for saleis the autograph of John Hunt signed on a card. The autograph is signed ''John Hunt, Everest 1953'' in blue ink. The card measures 3.50 x 5.00 inches and is in fine condition. The autograph is authentic and the card is a nice example of this noted explorer. We have listed a collection of military, aviation, explorers and astronaut autographs.
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