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Medal Of Honor Winner

EUGENE B. FLUCKEY. Medal of Honor and Navy Cross recipient. Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet submarine force from 1964 – 1966. DS. 1 page. August 1, 1991. Partly-printed bank check drawn on Signed bank payable in the amount of “$15.00 to disabled American Veterans". In excellent condition.
Catalog: # CK-0129
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $25.00

Merchant Benjamin Altman Signs A Check

 ALTMAN, BENJAMIN
BENJAMIN ALTMAN. DS. 1pp. 8" x 2 3/4". New York. Nov. 8th 1905. A "Chemical National Bank" check signed by noted merchant Benjamin Altman. He paid "Philip Lich $24.75". The piece is in fine condition and an unobtrusive cut cancellation affects nothing.
Catalog: # AM-0190
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $125.00

Merchant Bernard Gimbel TLS

 GIMBEL, BERNARD
BERNARD GIMBEL. TLS. 1pp. 8 1/2" x 10 1/2". New York. June 12, 1919. A typed letter signed "Bernard F. Gimbel" on his personal letterhead. The businessman wrote to "Jason Rogers Esq., c/o The Globe": "Beg to acknowledge with thanks your letter of recent date advising me that you are mailing under separate cover a copy of your new book 'Building Newspaper Advertising.' I am looking forward to reading this book because I know your vast experience makes you an authority on this subject. The next time you expect to be in the neighborhood, telephone and we will take luncheon together." The letter is in very fine condition.
Catalog: # AM-0502
Topic: Business
Price: $575.00

Missouri Governor And Confederate General Sterling Price Signs Some Missouri Bonds

 PRICE, STERLING
Sterling Price. DS. 1pp. 11" x 12 1/2". Missouri. April 15, 1853. A $1,000 State of Missouri bond signed by Sterling Price as Governor. The piece and six coupons have been glued down to a larger sheet. There is one punch cancellation through Price's signature, and the overall condition is very good.
Catalog: # AM-0315
Topic: Civil War
Price: $295.00

Moltke The Elder

HELMUTH KARL BERNHARD GRAF CO MOLTKE (1800-1891) German soldier. Moltke served as chief of staff for the Prussian Army for thirty years, and is widely regarded as one of the great military strategists of his time. Partially Printed Document Signed, “ H. v. Moltke.” One page, 7” x 4 1/4”. Berlin. May 28, 1873. The document grants permission to take a volume out of the Reichstag Library. Document affixed to cardboard backing. Else Very Good.
Catalog: # AM-1439
Topic: Miscellaneous
OUT OF STOCK

Mourning Envelope Franked by Lucretia Garfield

GARFIELD, LUCRETIA. (1832-1918). First Lady of the United States. Envelope Signed, “Lucretia R. Garfield, free. 4” x 3”. Williamstown, Mass., Postal Cancellation. June 24. Fine. Following the tragic assassination of her husband, President James Garfield, Lucretia Garfield devoted herself to preserving the records of her husband's career, establishing a wing in her home that became a presidential library of his papers. Following her death in Pasadena, California in 1918, her casket was placed above ground beside the coffin of her husband in the lower level crypt of the presidential tomb at in Cleveland, Ohio.
Catalog: # AM-3653
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
Price: $245.00

Nathan M. Rothschild

NATHAN MAYER ROTHSCHILD (1777-1836) Banker, and head of the London branch of the Rothschild banking family. Rothschild worked constantly for the defeat of the French emperor in the interests of England as well as his own financial gain. Working inconspicuously Rothschild engineered the financial machinery needed to supply the Allies with the much needed funding to defeat the French. Russian bond signed by Nathan M. Rothschild, dated 1822, for 720 Roubles.
Catalog: # AM-3285
Price: $750.00

Nathaniel Cobb Deering

(1827-1887). Congressman. S 4 ¾” x 7 ½”. . n.d. A signature “N.C. Deering. Osage. Iowa” on a page
Catalog: # AM-1640
State: Iowa
Price: $39.00

Naval Appointment Signed by President John Tyler

John Tyler (1790 – 1862). 10th President of the United States. DS. 1 page. 11 ¼” x 8”. Tyler appoints “William K. Mayo …a Midshipman in the Navy of theUnited States, from the 18th October, 1841.” A bold signature of Tyler as president. Countersigned by Secretary of the Navy David Henshaw. Backed to another sheet. Some foxing.
Catalog: # AM-3428
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
Price: $1750.00

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