Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed

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Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed
Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed

Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed
Interesting handwritten letter from then Governor Ronald Reagan regarding the tragic death of a fine young man and offering his sympathy to his mother. The letter is written to a Mr. Raies of Portland Oregon and refers to a previous meeting at an auditorium where he apparently met the young man. The letter is part of a collection of items from Ronald Reagan’s personal assistant. The letter, signed simply RR, was written by Ronald Reagan in his own handwriting and signature and then presented to his assistant who then typed and mailed the letter on the Governor’s behalf. Professionally matted and framed with archival quality glass. It is part of the FramedPresidents(TM) series of one-of-a-kind presidential displays and comes with a 100% guarantee of authenticity and a Certificate of Authenticity. Condition: Letter in very fine condition. New professional framing and matting along with bronze commemorative plaque. Size: 21″ x 17″. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity. International buyers are always welcome. The item “Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed” is in sale since Saturday, November 7, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Political\US\Presidents & First Ladies”. The seller is “successm” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • First Lady: Nancy Reagan
  • President: Ronald Reagan
  • Type: Autograph
  • Term in Office: 1981-89

Rare 1957 Handwritten Letter From Ronald Reagan Death of Fine Young Man Framed
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