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Historic Autograph Letters, Manuscripts & Documents

Important Signed & Inscribed Books and Photographs

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN  –   PENS A RECEIPT FOR 30 POUNDS PAYMENT, FOR ONE YEAR’S INTEREST ON A BOND

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN.  Attractive Autograph Document Signed, “B. Franklin”.  One page, oblong octavo.  [Philadelphia].  July 3, 1789. 

$22,500.00
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LABOR LEADER — SAMUEL GOMPERS  — ON IMPRINTED AND ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR LETTERHEAD

GOMPERS, SAMUEL.  (1850-1924).  American labor leader.  Typed Letter Signed twice, “Sam’l Gompers” and “S.G.”, on imprinted and illustrated American Federation of Labor letterhead.  One full page, quarto.  Washington, D.C., June 27, 1914.  Very fine condition. 

$575.00
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VINTAGE POST-CARD PHOTOGRAPH BOLDLY SIGNED:   “VON HINDENBURG”

HINDENBURG, PAUL VON.   (1847-1834)   German field marshal, statesman, and politician.  Attractive, vintage post-card Photograph boldly Signed, “Von Hindenburg” along the vertical right margin.  Hindenburg is depicted in a full length pose, dressed in his military uniform, standing outdoors. 

$695.00
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BOLDLY SIGNED WINSTON CHURCHILL LETTER

CHURCHILL, SIR WINSTON S.  (1874-1965).  British politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945, 1951-1955).  Typed Letter Signed, “Yours sincerely, Winston S. Churchill”, on his imprinted Chartwell, Westerham, Kent stationery.  One page, quarto.  Kent, England, April 10, 1947. 

$1650.00
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A FINE 3 PAGE LETTER FROM BENJAMIN DISRAELI 

DISRAELI, BENJAMIN.  (1804-1881).  British Prime Minister (1868 and 1874-1880).  Autograph Letter Signed, “B. Disraeli”.  Three full pages, octavo.  Grosvenor Gate, December 7, 1847. 

$450.00
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QUEEN VICTORIA BOLDLY SIGNED DOCUMENT

VICTORIA.  (1819-1901).  Queen of England.  Manuscript Document boldly Signed, “Victoria RI”, as Queen.  Two pages, legal folio.  “Our Court at St. James’s”, April 16, 1870. 

$795.00
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THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON ASKS TO MEET HIS NEPHEW IN PICADILLY 

WELLESLEY, ARTHUR, 1ST DUKE OF WELLINGTON. (1769-1852). British soldier and statesman; Prime Minister (1828-1830).   Autograph Letter Signed “W”,  as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.  One page, octavo.  London, April 4, 1835.

$750.00
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