Although the letter is difficult to read, there are several key words referencing war and the name “Jackson”. During this time, in United States history, was the 1815 Battle of New Orleans in which Andrew Jackson was a military commander and came out of this war as a “hero”. ° Engraved Photo of Thomas B. Robertson NOTE: The signature/autograph has NOT been authenticated. Signed Handwritten Letter: Overall heavy to severe edge ware with edge line paper loss, small tears, denting, chipping and creasing. Corners have heavy to severe paper loss, rounding, crushing and dog-eared folds. Aside from the corners, there are other moderate creases and heavy mailing folds. Overall soiling/darkening is severe. Engraved Photo: Overall moderate edge ware with edge line denting and chipping. The left edge line has some possible adhesive residue transfer and paper transfer. Corners have moderate rounding and crushing. Some corners have minor fraying. Overall creases are minor. Soiling/darkening is heavy and more severe along the borders. The lower edge line has some pencil markings from an unknown hand. Please look at the pictures closely to get a more accurate description of the item. The item “1815 THOMAS B. ROBERTSON Signed Handwritten Letter & Engraved Photo Governor” is in sale since Thursday, March 21, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Other Political Autographs”. The seller is “jandamy2009″ and is located in Apex, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Autograph Authentication: Not Authenticated
- Signed by: Thomas B. Robertson, Louisiana Governor
- Modified Item: No
- Original/Reproduction: Original