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01/17/2021 03:24 PM
(3) MID 1800íS LETTERS WITH GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL SIGATURES
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Comments: This lot of three letters written in the early to mid 1800ís are signed by historical figures. The earliest was written in 1833 and signed by Levi Woodbury, the Secretary of the Navy under President Jackson, former Governor of NH and Supreme Court Justice. The second Letter, written in 1845, is signed by George Bancroft the secretary of the navy from 1845 - 1846 and man who established the U.S. Naval Academy. The third and final letter, written sometime around 1866 is signed by Rear Admiral Thatcher. All letters have some browning, minor edge tearing and creasing.
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