John F. Kennedy's last known autograph, signed just two hours before he was assassinated, is on the auction block beginning today.
Goldin Auctions says the signature, written on a small notepad in red ink, was signed for an admirer in Texas on November 22nd, 1963 as he was boarding Air Force One to go to Dallas where he was later shot and killed.
A video actually captured the moment JFK took a pen out of his pocket and signed the notepad that was pushed toward him. The auction begins today and runs through May 11th. The bidding starts at $25,000 and could go as high as $100,000.