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Lafayette S. Foster Check

Norwich National Bank Check Signed by LAFAYETTE S. FOSTER (1806-1880) American politician and lawyer. Foster served in the U.S. Senate and on the Connecticut Supreme Court. 8” x 2 3/4” Norwich. April 1874. "Pay Town Tax or Bearer, Four hundred & seventy, 60/100 Dollars." Signed by Lafayettes Foster. Punch cancelled
Catalog: # AM-1434
State: Connecticut
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $45.00

Lafayette Sabine Foster

 FOSTER, LAFAYETTE SABINE
LAFAYETTE SABINE FOSTER (1806 –1880) was a nineteenth-century American politician and lawyer from Connecticut. He served in the United States Senate from 1855 to 1867 and was a judge in the Connecticut Supreme Court from 1870 to 1876. ADS 1pp. 7" x 2 1/4". Norwich. Aug. 27, 1853. An autograph check signed “L. F.S. Foster”. The “Merchants’ Bank, Norwich” check paid “Backlin Matthewson or Bearer, sixty-two Dollars”. There is one slight cut cancellation but it is fine condition overall.
Catalog: # AM-0994
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $50.00

Lansing Stout Free Franked Envelope

Lansing Stout (1828 - 1871). U.S. Senator From Oregon. Free Franked Envelope.7 ¼” x 3 ¾”. “L. Stout, M.C.” Addressed to George P. Moore, Ednay, Pocahontas Co., Virginia
Catalog: # AM-1611
State: Oregon
Topic: Political/United States
Price: $35.00

Levi Lincoln Jr. Cut Signature

Levi Lincoln Jr. (1782 - 1868).American lawyer and politician from Massachusetts. Served as governor and in the congress. Cut signature. 3 1/4" x 1 1/4". Mounted to a larger sheet with an engraved portrait measuring 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" overall. Fine.
Catalog: # AM-3035
State: Massachusetts
Topic: Political/United States
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Lockheed Aircraft Company Stock Signed By Allan Loughead

1929. 100 shares of the Lockheed Aircraft Company. Green. Founded in 1926 by Allan Loughead and his brother Malcolm, the company was bought by Detroit Aircraft Corporation in 1929, only to have the parent corporation file for bankruptcy in 1932. During that same year, banks Robert and Courtland Gross bought Lockheed’s assets and revived the company’s business with the Electra, a twin-engined all metal airliner. The advent of World War II began the company’s business as a defense contractor by beginning with the P-38 Lightning bomber and continues as a primary contractor for U.S. defense aircraft as Lockheed Martin Corporation. Allan Loughead (1889 - 1969) legally changed his last name to Lockheed in order that its spelling would match its pronunciation. He worked throughout World War II in aircraft design and development. Once when asked what he did during the early days of aviation, an elderly Lockheed responded “I survived”. This piece offers a rare opportunity to acquire this legendary aviation pioneer on an important stock. Uncancelled and EF
Catalog: # SB-4695
State: Nebraska
Topic: Famous People on Stocks and Bonds
Price: $1900.00

Louis F. Swift Signs An Agreement With The Maine Central Railroad

 SWIFT, LOUIS F.
LOUIS SWIFT. DS. 2pp. 8 1/2" x 14". April 27, 1912. A partly printed agreement signed "L F Swift" between Swift and the Maine Central Railroad to have additional railroad track built at the end of the so-called "Armour track". It is in fine condition with two rust marks at top and one rust mark at bottom from paper clipping; they do not affect the signature.
Catalog: # AM-0597
Topic: Business
Price: $250.00

Louis McLane

 McLANE, LOUIS
ALS. 2pp. 8” x 10. Washington. July 22 1820. An autograph letter signed “L. M’Lane” as a Congressman to “William Whitesides” of Philadelphia: “In consequence of my absence from home I did not receive your favor…until some time after its date, and it has escaped me, in the multiplicity of other engagements until now. Under these circumstances, I hope you will excuse my inattention, in this instance. As you intimated in your letter, when you forwarded me Mr: Reynold’s note, that you were not anxious for an immediate suit, I was prevailed upon, by his solemn appearance of payment, to delay any proceeding until our full court had passed over, and my absence at Washington, during the winter, prevented my attention to the business until this spring…” The letter is in fine condition with dark writing.
Catalog: # AM-0985
Topic: Business
Price: $125.00

Louis McLane Writes To Subscribe To The Iconographic Encyclopedia

 McLANE, LOUIS
LOUIS MCLANE (1786-1857) American lawyer and politician. McLane served as U.S. Representative and Senator from Delaware, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, U.S. Secretary of State, Minister Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom and president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Autograph Letter Signed, “Louis McLane.” One page, 7 3/4” x 9 7/8”. Annapolis. March 9, 1851. McLane writes, in part: “I wish to subscribe in the name of Louis McLane Tiffany for the ‘Iconographic Encyclopedia,’ described in the enclosed prospectus and I hope you will so far oblige me as to direct it through some of your New York correspondents … For that purpose, I enclose you a check for $25, which will be in advance of the entire subscription …” Usual folds. Overall Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1424
Topic: Political Americana
Price: $125.00

Major General Erasmus Weaver

Erasmus Weaver. Chief of Coast Artillery during World War I. TLS. 1 page. On imprinted Coast Artillery Division, Washington letterhead. To Major Alston Hamilton; “I want to express to you, in a personal way, the very great gratification and pleasure it gave me to see the splendid condition of the Coast Artillery troops in the Inaugural Parade. It was a matter of general comment in my vicinity that our troops were the most soldierly, the trimmest, and showed the best discipline of any troops in the column. Very Truly yours, E. M. Weaver”.
Catalog: # AM-0086
Topic: World War I
Price: $125.00

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