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Samuel Remington Partly-printed Bank Check.

SAMUEL REMINGTON (1819-1892) Executive in Remington & Sons. Partially Printed Ilion Bank Check signed on verso "S. Remington." 7 ¾” x 3 ¾”. Ilion, N.Y. September 2, 1852 Remington has penned “Pay to Hadley Falls Company or order, S. Remington,” on verso. Numerous fine vignettes. Bank cut cancellation
Catalog: # AM-1429
State: New York
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $125.00

Scarce Autograph Of Abigale Wadsworth

 WADSWORTH, JEREMIAH
Manuscript Document. One page,8 ¼” x 8 ½”. Hartford. September 13, 1777. The document is an account and receipt from Abigail Wadsworth against Jeremiah Wasdworth for the rental of a lot and the work performed on said lot. JEREMIAH WADSWORTH (1743-1804) was an American sea captain, merchant and statesman from Connecticut. In addition to the key role in played in the supply the Continental Army during the Revolution, Wadsworth also represented Connecticut in both the Continental Congress and the U.S. House of Representatives. Separation at folds. Else Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1396
State: Connecticut
Topic: Colonial America
Price: $295.00

Scathing 1829 NH Republican Political Circular Attacks

“HARTFORD CONVENTION MEN IN THEIR UNHOLY PROJECTS”WHILE PROMISING TO “PUNISH THE DECEIVERS, BUT RECLAIM THE DECEIVED”IN THE STATE ELECTIONS Partially Printed circular. Two pages, 6 ¾” x 8 ¼”. Concord, [NH]. January 19, 1829. The document reads, in part: The Object of this Circular is to solicit your aid in furtherance of the election of the candidates above named, and of the candidates for Counselors, Senators, &c. who shall be nominated by the Republican Conventions in the several districts; and of Representatives to the State Legislature. To you, Sir, we say, that an united and a vigorous effort prior to, an on the day of the next election, WILL SECURE US THE VICTORY… furnish your neighbors with all the needful and necessary information to counteract the machinations and the falsehood that may be put in operation by a corrupt and vindictive Aristocracy…For what was BENJAMIN PIERCE proscribed and hunted down in the last year’s election? Had he made himself busy against the New England President? No; this was not his sin. He refused to make himself and instrument in office to persecute his fellow republicans who had declared for Gen. Jackson- he refused to unite with federalists and Hartford Convention men in their unholy projects- he refused to join a cabal of office seekers who has sold themselves to the federal party; and therefore he must be immolated to the altar of party…If we all do our duty on the second Tuesday of March, there cannot be doubt of complete success…On that day, let the watchword of Republicans be, Reform in our State administration: on that day, let our motto be -“Punish the deceivers, but reclaim the deceived!”
Catalog: # AM-1039
Topic: Early Imprints
Price: $750.00

Secretary of the Navy James C. Dobbin Signed Letter

James C. Dobbin (1814 – 1857) Secretary of the Navy under President Pierce; instrumental in enlarging and reorganizing the navy. 8” x 10”. Manuscript Letter Signed by James C. Dobbins to Major G. F. Lindsay, U.S. Marine Corps., Washington D.C. “Navy Department, Feby 7th, 1856. Sir, The Commandant at New York has been instructed to comply with your wish to place on board the small steamer to sail from New York for Warrington, Va; “some clothing for Marines stationed at the latter place.” Very respectfully, yr. Obt. Svt. J. C. Dobbins”. Very Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1711
State: Washington
Topic: Military History
Price: $125.00

Signed Biography Of George Eastman Presented By The Company To An Employee In Recognition Of Twenty-five Years Of Service

 EASTMAN, GEORGE
GEORGE EASTMAN (1854-1932). Photography pioneer; Manufacturer. Signed Book. George Eastman by Carl W. Ackerman. Boston and New York. 1930, Houghton, Mifflin & Company. Hardcover. 522 pages. A large, bold signature in pencil by Eastman is at the front of the book along with a tipped in letter to an employee Mr. George B. Howard “presenting a copy of Mr. Eastman’s biography to each of those who have been associated with Kodak for twenty-five years or more…” The letter is not signed by Eastman. Extremely Fine. A nice signed copy.
Catalog: # AB-0006
Topic: Miscellaneous
Price: $400.00

Signed Copy Of Always A Reckoning And Other Poems By Jimmy Carter

 CARTER, JAMES E. Jr.
Signed copy of Always a Reckoning and Other Poems by Jimmy Carter. Illustrations by Sarah Elizabeth Chuldenko. First Edition. 5 3/4” x 8 1/4”. 130 pages. Hardcover with original jacket. Times Books, Random House New York. Signed on front endpaper, “J. Carter. Extremely Fine.
Catalog: # AB-0007
Topic: Presidents and First Ladies
Price: $125.00

Silvanus Bourne

SILVANUS BOURNE (abt.1756-1817): Consul to Cap Francois. From 1794-1797, he was appointed vice consul of Amsterdam and from 1797-1816, he was consul general in the same city and was appointed consul general to the Batavian Republic. In 1817, he became agent for seamen at The Hague. One page Autograph Letter Signed by Silvanus Bourne with integral address leaf addressed, interestingly, to Silvanus Bourne, Boston, with his Free Frank “S. Bourne.”   Dated Philadelphia May 3rd 1792:  “My Dear Sir…I am compelled to inform you of the failure of your application for the office of T –n.  Mr. Dolton is this day nominated, having failed in the appointment of Director, it seems he is willing to accept of this office Tench Francis and Major Jackson also applied ‘tis said, but Dalton will obtain it; I sincerely feel for your disappointment, but doubt not you will soon obtain something worth receiving.  I believe your friends here are all disappointed in the Nomination.  Hope you found all your friends will on you arrival there.  We have agreed to adjourn on Saturday next…I will meet you in Boston…Yr. Friend Sincerely, S. Bourne.”  A curious letter. Mounted on edge to a heavy stock 19th century autograph book page.  In Fine condition.
Catalog: # AM-0213
State: Pennsylvania
Topic: Early America
Price: $200.00

Simon Lake Submarine Salvage Corp. Signed As Vice-President By Simon Lake

SIMON LAKE (1866-1945) Mechanical engineer and naval architect who competed to build the first submarines for the U.S. Navy. Partly-printed check drawn on The Milford Trust Compnay payable in the amount $19.60. Check Signed as vice-president “Simon Lake.” Milford, Connecticut. April 23, 1932. Perforation cancellation. Overall Fine.
Catalog: # AM-1452
Topic: Signed Checks
Price: $25.00

Six Circulars From The Quartermaster General’s Office, Including Four

THOMAS S. JESUP. (1788-1860). American military officer known as the “Father of the Modern Quartermaster Corps.” 1) Printed Circular Signed, “Th. S. Jesup.” Three pages, 8” x 9 ¾”. “Quarter Master General’s Office Washington City.” January 25, 1848. The circular contains a message from Jesup as well as messages from Comptroller of the Treasury Department and the Attorney General’s Office relating to the illegality of making appropriations from the Quartermaster’s Department for the payment of claim by damages caused by soldiers in the service of the United States during the Mexican-American War. Some discoloration. Split at fold on page three. Else Fine. 2) Manuscript Circular Signed, “Th S. Jesup.” One page, 8” x 9 ¾”. “Q.M. Genl. Office Washington City.” March 19, 1849. This circular details the recent failure of the department’s officers to forward a personnel list and orders that such action be immediately undertaken. Fine condition 3) Printed circular signed, “Th. S. Jesup.” One page, 8” x 9 ¾” “Quarter Master General’s Office Washington City.” March 9,1848. The circular forwards the recent decision by the Adjutant General’s Office that a bounty may be paid for the apprehension of volunteer deserters in the wake of the Mexican-American War. Fine condition. 4) Printed Circular Signed, “Th. S. Jesup.” One page, 7 ¾” x 10”. “Quarter Master General’s Office Washington City.” July 11, 1849. The circular requests a list of all individuals employed by the Quarter Master Corps in compliance with Congress’ resolution to “compile and print, one in every two years, a register of all officers and agents, civil, military, and naval, in the service of the United States.” Some dampstaining, else Very Good. 5) Printed Circular Signed, “Ch. Thomas Maj Q.M.” One page, 7 ¾” x 10”. “Quarter Master General’s Office Washington City.” February 24, 1848. Circular requests that a full and complete report of all public property in possession of recipient be completed as well as a monthly & quarterly report as ordered by Major General Jesup. Fine Condition. 6) Manuscript Circular. One page, 7 ¾” x 10”. “Quarter Master General’s Office Saint Louis Mo.” June 18, 1849. The circular inform the Assistant Quarter Master of the U.S. Army that no more payments will be made until funds are placed in the hands St. Louis’s Quarter Master. Some discoloration, else Fine.
Catalog: # AM-0559
State: District Of Columbia
Price: $750.00

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