Maria Callas was one of the most dynamic figures in opera, having revived the art of coloratura soprano. She is also remembered as the confidante of Aristotle Onassis and the nemesis of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Her check to Leggett-Baldwin is notable for their work as piano dealers and musical association with Maria Callas. When she died in 1977 at 53, Callas had no heirs and didn't leave a will. She gave most of her expensive jewelry to a friend upon her death who in turn sold them in a Geneva auction in 2004. This Maria Calls autograph check reproduction would look great in an album or display.