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Lance Edward Armstrong (born Lance Edward Gunderson; September 18, 1971) is an American former professional road racing cyclist. He was known for winning the Tour de France seven consecutive times, from 1999 to 2005, the most in the event's history, after recovering from testicular cancer. Armstrong's reputation was tarnished by a doping scandal and he was stripped of all of his achievements from August 1998 onward, including his Tour de France titles. More about Lance Armstrong
These are the most current items with a signature of Lance Armstrong that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|AUTOGRAPH ON 12 X 8 PHOTO LANCE ARMSTRONG CYCLING TOUR DE FRANCE WITH C.O.A.||£114.99|
|It's Not About the Bike - Lance Armstrong signed US 1st edition 2000||£70.00|
|Lance Armstrong Autograph Signed Guitar PICK GUARD (PSA/DNA) RARE!||£129.46|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Artwork “Le Boss”.... Large Piece Beckett COA||£150.00|
|LANCE ARMSTRONG SIGNED AUTOGRAPH PHOTO PRINT TOUR DE FRANCE CYCLING||£1.89|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Index Card Tour de France Cycling Legend AFTAL||£65.00|
|LANCE ARMSTRONG TOUR DE FRANCE 7 AUTOGRAPH SIGNED PRINT||£5.49|
|Signed Lance Armstrong Sports Illustrated Cover brink of 7 genuine||£50.00|
In total, we tracked 249 items since 01/09/2012. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Lance Armstrong (LANCE ARMSTRONG SIGNED TOUR DE FRANCE YELLOW JERSEY LIVESTRONG DISCOVERY TDF) was sold in February 2013 for £1050.00 while the cheapest item (Signed Book 'Seven deadly sins, my pursuit of Lance Armstrong' by David Walsh) found a new owner for £0.99 in December 2020. The month with the most items sold (16) was September 2012 with an average selling price of £9.36 for an autographed item of Lance Armstrong. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2018 with £295.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with £0.99 was December 2020. In average, an autographed item from Lance Armstrong is worth £20.00.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Lance Armstrong were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|Lance Armstrong Authentic Signed Photo 1||£9.50|
|Lance Armstrong Framed Signed Yellow Jersey Autographed Tour de France 2004 COA||£205.00|
|Lance Armstrong signed Autographed Giro 1999 TDF Poster USPS DISCOVERY MOTOROLA||£65.00|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Book||£48.08|
|Lance Armstrong Signed Yellow Jersey With Certificate||£276.00|
|Lance Armstrong signed All 7 Wins with certificate of authenticity||£31.00|
|LANCE ARMSTRONG, Hand-Signed Cycling Autograph, Photo 10,x15cm||£20.00|
|Le Tour De France Skoda Hat - Signed by Lance Armstrong 2010 TDF||£30.00|
|Photo Signed By Lance Armstrong 1||£1.10|
|Signed Book 'Seven deadly sins, my pursuit of Lance Armstrong' by David Walsh||£0.99|
Lance Armstrong charity ride at Tour de France 'completely inappropriate and dis (03/17/15): Brian Cookson, president of cycling's world governing body, criticises the American's decision to ride part of 2015 Tour de France route for charity
Lance Armstrong is 'completely disrespectful' for riding the Tour de France for (03/17/15): Lance Armstrong has been told it would be ‘completely disrespectful’ to ride part of the Tour de France route this summer by the head of world cycling.
Lance Armstrong branded ‘completely disrespectful’ over plans for charity ride (03/17/15): • UCI head admits he has no authority to block move • ‘Geoff Thomas means well but it’s inappropriate’ The head of cycling’s governing body, Brian Cookson, has branded Lance Armstrong “completely disrespectful” for aiming to ride the Tour de France route this summer for charity. Cookson, president o
Lance Armstrong hit with record £6.5million fine for lying about performance-enh (03/09/15): Lance Armstrong has been fined £6.5million for lying about his use of performance-enhancing drugs following an arbitration panel hearing into his case with SCA Promotions.
Lance Armstrong pleads guilty to careless driving following car incident in Colo (03/09/15): Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to careless driving after hitting two parked cars with his SUV in Aspen in Colorado, United States.
Lance Armstrong hit with record £6.5million fine for lying about performance-enh (03/2015): Lance Armstrong has been fined £6.5million for lying about his use of performance-enhancing drugs following an arbitration panel hearing into his case with SCA Promotions.
Lance Armstrong Does The Right Thing — Pleads Guilty To Charges In Hit & Run Cas (02/2015): The truth will set you free, Lance Armstrong! On Wednesday, Lance pled guilty to charges stemming from a December incident in Aspen — essentially, the cyclist crashed into two parked cars, a mistake he tried to pawn off on his girlfriend. [ Related: Lance Has Been Fined For Using Performance Enhanci
Column: Russia is athletics' Lance Armstrong case (12/2014): What should be a cherished, career-best memory for Netherlands runner Yvonne Hak — winning a silver medal at the 2010 European Championships — now just feels "strange and frustrating."
Lance Armstrong: I Would Still Be Lying About Doping If I Wasn't Found Out (08/2014): Lance Armstrong has admitted he would still be lying about his doping past if he wasn't so spectacularly exposed two years ago. Armstrong is serving a lifetime ban from cycling after the United States Anti-Doping Agency report in 2012 discovered he and his team ran the "most sophisticated doping pro
Lance Armstrong holds seven-hour talks with doping investigators as he gives evi (07/2014): Disgraced American cyclist's lawyer reveals he met the Cycling Independent Reform Commission for seven hours in Washington in May
Judge rules against Lance Armstrong (06/2014): A US judge has refused to dismiss the government's lawsuit against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and associates for alleged doping and use of banned performance-enhancing techniques.
Court denies Lance Armstrong appeal (05/2014): The Texas Supreme Court has denied Lance Armstrong's request to block a Dallas company's attempts to recover about 12 million US dollars in performance bonuses it paid the cyclist during his career.
Lance Armstrong would need 'a miracle' to get lifetime ban overturned (04/2014): • Wada president John Fahey dismisses American's claims • 'He did what he did, we all know what that is,' says Fahey The disgraced Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong would need "something close to a miracle" to get his lifetime ban from cycling re-examined, the World Anti-Doping Agency president,
Dallas sports insurer wants prize money back from Lance Armstrong (02/2014): DALLAS (Reuters) - Lawyers for Lance Armstrong went to court in Dallas on Friday, to try to block a sports insurance company from re-opening an arbitration decision forcing the firm to pay $12 million in bonuses to the disgraced cyclist.
The Armstrong Lie: Alex Gibney's documentary shows psychotically righteous Lance (01/2014): Lance Armstrong likes to gamble. The seven-times Tour de France "winner", dogged by rumours that he'd doped his way to success, wanted a documentary-maker to cover his 2009 comeback. The man he chose for the job was award-winning, anti-Establishment purist Alex Gibney. Armstrong was betting that Gib
Hunting Lance Armstrong was the highlight of career - David Walsh (11/2013): Marge Simpson may not be everyone’s idea of a philosopher, but the blue-haired cartoon mother-of-three was David Walsh’s “guiding light” during his pursuit of the truth behind Lance Armstrong’s seven successive Tour de France wins.
Chris O'Dowd To Play David Walsh In Lance Armstrong Film (10/2013): The IT Crowd star Chris O'Dowd will play Sunday Times journalist David Walsh in Stephen Frears' Lance Armstrong biopic. O'Dowd's stock Stateside has soared since his role in 2011 American comedy Bridesmaids and his guest role in television show Girls . He will also appear in the forthcoming Thor seq
Sheryl Crow: 'I hate questions about ex Lance Armstrong' (09/2013): Rocker SHERYL CROW is urging reporters and media folk to stop asking her about her former lover LANCE ARMSTRONG's drug-use scandal - because she is tired of responding.
Lance Armstrong agrees Sunday Times settlement (08/2013): Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong reaches a settlement with The Sunday Times who he sued for £1m over an article suggesting he was using performance enhancing drugs before his confession.
Lance Armstrong 'not surprised' by French Senate's report of 18 positive tests f (07/2013): Disgraced cyclist gives reaction to French Senate report into failed doping tests at 1998 Tour de France.
Shamed cycling cheat Lance Armstrong: Drugs are essential to secure a victory in (06/2013): ARMSTRONG slurred winners including British champion Sir Bradley Wiggins on the eve of the staging of the famous bike road race.
Nike cuts ties from Lance Armstrong's Livestrong charity in latest blowback from (05/2013): Nike is cutting ties with Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong cancer charity after helping turn the foundation and its trademark yellow rubber wristbands into a global brand.