George H. W. Bush Authentic Signed 4.5X6 Hand Written Letter PSA/DNA Slabbed

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George H. W. Bush Authentic Signed 4.5X6 Hand Written Letter PSA/DNA Slabbed
BUSH AUTHENTIC SIGNED 4.5X6 HAND WRITTEN LETTER PSA/DNA SLABBED has been certified authentic. It comes slabbed and authenticated by PSA/DNA. You can also see the authentication on the PSA/DNA website, PSAcard. BUSH – Signed – Autographed Memorabilia. We offer autographed memorabilia only from the top, reputable, leading suppliers of authentic sports memorabilia. The companies that authenticate these items include Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA/DNA), James Spence Authentication (JSA), Steiner Sports, Upper Deck, Mounted Memories, and Tri-Star Productions. All autographed items come with a Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) from these suppliers that include a hologram on the item. The item “George H. W. Bush Authentic Signed 4.5X6 Hand Written Letter PSA/DNA Slabbed” is in sale since Monday, March 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “presspasscollectibles” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt.
  • Autograph Authentication: PSA/DNA SLABBED
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • PRODUCT_COA: PSA/DNA SLABBED
  • PRODUCT_SIGNED_BY_NAME: GEORGE H.W. BUSH
  • PRODUCT_SIGNED_BY_BRAND: GEORGE H.W. BUSH

George H. W. Bush Authentic Signed 4.5X6 Hand Written Letter PSA/DNA Slabbed

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

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George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt
George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt
GEORGE DEWEY MENTIONS ADMIRAL FARRAGUT. Dewey was a graduate of the Naval Academy and saw considerable service during the Civil War, and later was president of the General Board of the Navy Department. He remains most famous for his victory over the Spanish fleet at Manila, a feat which established America as a major naval power. The Woodstock Inn, Woodstock, Vermont. An autograph letter signed George Dewey on The Woodstock Inn stationery. He wrote to Richard Harding Davis of Mount Kisco, New York; Davis was an American author and journalist who covered the Spanish-American War: In thinking over my note to you of this morning, it has occurred to me that I may have written Franklin for Farragut as the Admiral who received the Empress of the French on board the Frigate Franklin in Cherbourg in Aug 1867. It should be Admiral Farragut. Sincerely yours George Dewey. The letter had dark ink and even browning, and is matted with a portrait of the admiral. All items are issued with an invoice that states in writing at the bottom? All autographs and historical papers are guaranteed authentic for life by me. New Jersey residents, please add 7% for the Governor’s salary ;. Buyers who do not live in the United States must pay. The item “George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt” is in sale since Monday, April 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “stuartlutz” and is located in Short Hills, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: George Dewey

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War

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1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War
1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War

1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War
TYPED & HANDWRITTEN LETTER by GEORGE GROSZ. TWO PAGE LETTER, addressed to AMERICAN ARTIST MARSHALL GLASIER, dated October 10, 1937. Typed and Handwritten on both sides of a single 8.5 x 11 sheet of Douglas Manor stationery, with the letterhead: 202 SHORE ROAD – DOUGLAS MANOR – LONG ISLAND – N. Douglas Manor hosted a thriving colony of various artists, including George Grosz. The letter is typed on the front side and on half of the back side, is hand signed at the end of the typed portion, then handwritten for half a page beneath the signature. The handwritten portion is in Groszs beautiful calligraphy, written with a fountain pen. The handwritten portion is significant both in size and subject matter, 19 lines, discusses artists, reason for his quitting teaching, and touches on the Spanish Civil War by mentioning fellow artists who went to Spain to fight with the Loyalists. The front typed side of the letter has a pencil margin note that is clearly in Groszs hand, and a red pencil circling of one section. It also has a number of small, handwritten corrections, also in Groszs hand. THE COMPLETE TEXT OF THE LETTER FOLLOWS (I have broken the text up into more paragraphs than are actually present, for clarity purposes – Im sure Ive made mistakes, please forgive them – Ive added notes in parenthesis – the multiple periods are in the letter, they do not indicate skipped text). My dear Marshall Glasier. Without flattering I have to say I always thought a great deal of your work… I always felt, there was in your work something very appealing to me…. A certain quality behind it, which is very rare here USA. That “IT” (quotation marks handwritten) I speak of, is not so easy to describe… It is to me somewhat of an, I might say, “apokalyptic” (sic) feeling hidden… Likewise (“wise” crossed out with pencil) those of certain old masters towards the end of the medieval period….. A feeling of punishment, bewildering…. In a higher grade, yees (sic), maybe we call it satire…. If we see “satire” in Breughel or Roger van der Weyden…… And I doubt that myself. In your work I felt that apokalyptic ever changing and often cruel american scene…. Indeed in an (“n” written in pencil) entirely different approach and conception as in those now very famous “American scene painters”…… See, why not be open minded in regard even to the most “absurd” (quotation marks written in) trends.. Everybody (sic) of us painters can easyly (sic) detect the real things from (the word from is penciled in over the typed word “and”) the big ballyhoo of the 57 Street…. If you know what I mean. Coming back to you… I hope you will make your way…… Your first letter about conditions in your hometown struck me as a true and fine document of an (sic) real artist….. I could feel your keen and strong mind… And your serious attempt to conquer a not too (last letter penciled in) friendly world….. Your letter was very “human”….. And revealed to me a fine side of your character. Now as my english (sic) is quite limited…. I guess you get me allright (sic) and you know what I want to express. As to your pictures… I could speak to you longer – lets (sic) say, if you dont (sic) mind, (commas penciled in) as a teacher and a friend…. But here as the written word is so limited I dont (sic) do it…. Maybe I do it sometimes later as I have to go again over the fotographs (sic) you sent me along with your letter. Anyway dont (sic) forget if there is an opportunity, (comma penciled in) dont (sic) forget to send me new ones too. And planty (sic) of constant never ceasing work. In our profession the “handwork” plain and simple means so much. To put that “IT” on canvas to transform it in Form color and composition……. And if you are serious minded, there is a long way to perfection in the right sense. I was glad to hear about Mr. Pelikan (typed Pelican, the c hand-corrected to make a k). If you happen to see him please give him my best regards. Alfred George Pelikan, b 1893, Germany – d 1987, Wisconsin, USA. I can’t write a special foreword right now….. Frankly speaking, I would be very happy if I could…. But unfortunately I have no mind for it in the moment. Maybe you can make use of a few lines from this letter. Anyway I wish you a good success and with the coming success encouragement for your printing. To be a “creative” man to day (is) to be an “old fashioned” painter, a “Malerskneicht” – how the medieval artists termed it…. Well that alone is somewhat of a strain already…… Facing that world of today where so much “Chaos” seems to be at first sight…… So much incoherence and intolerance. Well if you have to do thing, if you are “possessed” you have to do it…….. It sounds quite banal but that is the truth thru all the periods………….. And the creative spirit is always nearer to the unbelievable than the blessed average humanbeing (sic). Please write again and let me know how your exhibition got under way….. I hope you may sell too……. I wish you the best and I remain very friendly. Your old teacher and friend. George Grosz (Hand Signed). (HERE BEGINS The HANDWRITTEN TEXT). I should have written much earlier, but I lived like a hermit first working and besides my own work my mind blanc (sic) — so please excuse it. I very often thought of you– I will try to interest again that fellow Maynard Walter from the Walter Galleries — You know how it is — it is for an “unknown” painter – unless you may pay, thats (sic) different of course – it is not so easy to get a place to show his work — I (sic) your case I think it will come soon! By the way Douglas Taylor went to Spain — so did Dyo Jacobs — Dyo works for Loyalist propaganda leaflets – They sent some to me — quite interesting — is’nt (sic) it. Worth noting – DEYO JACOBS (Deyo, not Dyo), Jewish American Artist, died 1938 in Spain. DOUGLAS TAYLOR, American Artist, friend of Deyo Jacobs, died 1938 in Spain. Much more about them below, after my listing description. I quit teaching entirely — took to (sic) much nerves out of me — and I had no time for myself — for my work. 8500 is hand-written in pencil on the margin of the lower half of the second page. About GEORGE GROSZ (from Wikipedia). George Grosz (July 26, 1893 July 6, 1959) was a German artist known especially for his caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s. He was a prominent member of the Berlin Dada and New Objectivity group during the Weimar Republic before he emigrated to the United States in 1933. For those of you unfamiliar with George Grosz, a quick Internet search will bring you a wealth of information. About MARSHALL GLASIER – to whom the letter is addressed (from the Museum of Wisconsin Art website). The result, commonly referred to as MAGIC REALISM, took the figurative and narrative approach of the Regionalists and the mystery, humor, and irony of the Surrealists. Glasier was born in Wauwatosa, but raised in Madison. He started at the University of Wisconsin, but didn’t last long. Then Glasier spent time at the Chicago Art Institute, but never received a degree. During this time, he was engaged to be married, but his fianc√© left him and married his best friend. His ensuing sadness led him to enlist in the Marines in 1924. He seemed to find a certain degree of success in commercial art until the Great Depression hit. His stylized drawings led one ad executive to give him some advice: go back to school and develop a more natural drawing style. He heeded that advice and STUDIED with GEORGE GROSZ in the ART STUDENT’S LEAGUE (New York City). He went about capturing the Wisconsin landscape in a fresh and cosmopolitan way. In Madison, Glasier had attracted a group of local artists and students who appreciated his brand of art. They each had a very different philosophy and approach, and Glasier regularly depicted Curry as a member of the’old guard’. Glasier would hold informal salons where they would discuss not only art, but politics, music, and literature. As his group got bigger, it also included people from Milwaukee and Chicago. Notable members of this group include Gertrude Abercrombie, John Wilde, Karl Priebe, Dudley Huppler, and Sylvia Fein. Glasier was a sort of father figure who encouraged them to develop their own style. Sylvia Fein said that he helped teach her how to draw my own personal way and how to draw while transforming and taming nature and human nature. About DEYO JACOBS and DOUGLAS TAYLOR – both mentioned in the handwritten portion of George Groszs letter. What follows is long but VERY INTERESTING (from a work about Lincoln Brigade Veterans that was originally published in The Volunteer, Volume 2, Number 3, 1979, and that I found reprinted online). Deyo Jacobs March 1938; A Delayed Obit, by Art Landis. The one book which most Lincoln vets brought home from Spain was The Book of the 15th Brigade. Though the English edition, as edited by the much loved Frank Ryan, was admirable, it still, however, had one flaw. The submissions of Deyo Jacobs, a young Jewish artist from New York, and a veteran of Jarama, were overlooked. The French made no such error. Their editor, the respected 15th Brigade Commissar, Jean Barthel, seized them instantly for his own. Thus while the English edition has no artwork at all, the pages of Le Livre de la 15eme Brigade display with pride a photo of Deyo himself, and the paintings and sketches that so reflected his own humanity and his deep understanding of the Spanish struggle. Deyo is shown (see pic), cigarette dangling and beret at a cocky angle, as a bonafide, rive gauche poilu;[1] this, while he holds the cover he designed and which was finally used for the Book of the 15th Brigade in all its editions. I remember Deyo well. Attached to the HQ Co. Mac-Pap battalion staff, he and I, with Doug Taylor, Al Cohen, John Miltenberger and Clyde Taylor, were Observers, Mappers, Billeting mostly with the snipers, we became quite close as combat cadres usually do. Our gab sessions became everything; at the Tarazona base; in the aftermath of the melee of blasted tanks and wasted lives at Fuentes; during the autumnal days of restthe fighting at Argente; Celades; and the frozen inferno of Teruel. I was forever fascinated by the stories of Deyo, Doug and Clyde Taylor (the latter from Antioch; not related); especially the wild tales of OHenrys New York, and particularly the Village They seemed to me as left-socialists of a sort, drawn to Spain like most Lincoln men, by the strength of their own convictions. Indeed, theirs were more a reflection of the straight-form-the-shoulder honesty of Debs and Jack London; of that grass-roots golden age of American socialist-populism, and of Big Bill Haywood and his 250,000 member wholly American, I. My background was California. Riding freights at fifteen. Panning gold along the Kern. As a nineteen-year-old, gung-ho YCL type with a penchant for things military, I was also, as Deyo put it, a contradiction. For I possessed a sense of the ridiculous which he swore would, in the long run, preserve my free-thinking spirit and assure me the eventual humility that all those who propose to speak for others must somehow achieve. Indeed, on the strength of this analysis, it was Deyo who campaigned for me to become the only elected headquarters Company commissar the Mac-Paps ever had. Deyo was not mechanically inclined. A rifle bolt, or the lock of a Maxim, was to him but an uninteresting jig-saw puzzle. He had little patience with such; not that he couldnt fire them. His maps, however, were fantastic; his panoramic sketches, beautiful. He was also uncoordinated, so that for him any march would quickly become a thing of pain and agony. Wed carry his gear, his pack and his rifle; do what we could Stories of Deyo are myriad. Example: The Tarazona scandal, wherein he and Doug and Clyde, much too practical to look for nonexistent paint thinner while making posters, used urine instead. The result, a beautiful but oddly colored job. The Mac-Paps laughed all the way to Aragon. At Teruel I took him, at his own request on a night patrol, to skirt the fascist wire. Id also been given the nebulous title of chief of scouts, except there werent any, only men and whoever I could whistle up. Needless to say, with Deyo by my side it was like doing the job in broad daylight; the less said, the better. A measure, too, of Deyos intensity was that in conversation youd quite often find him standing on your feet while he made his pinteyeball to eyeball! How, indeed, could one not love him? The peaceful, Christmas day of 37 were spent in Mas de las Matas, awaiting the call to Teruel. I still have the list of donated pesetas and donors for a toy and candy fund for the village children. Deyo helped collect it. On the final day, save one, we both jawboned the last bottle of cognac from the Intendencia to celebrate the birth of a son to Jack Penrod, one of the snipers. A letter from his wife had just arrived. Toward the end of the cauldron of Teruel, the Mac-Paps, depleted, worn out by the deep snows and bitter fighting, still held their post of honor before the city. In the final days of the great fascist counter-offensive, Deyo and I were sent to a post to the front and west of our 3rd Co. Shells from enemy guns over a hundred and fifty lined up hub-to-hub before Concudranged all our positions. We saw then, through the great clouds of cordite, dirt and chalk dust, such a panorama of war as is seldom given for men to witness and survive. To the east was our own 3rd Co. Beyond them three hills held by Spanish Marineros. [2] Much further along was the escarpment of El Muleton, held by the Thaaelmanns[3] And over all the plain above the valley of the Turia and the Alfambra were the advancing brigades of Francos Corps of Galicia. Through the long hours of the morning we watched as the Thaelmanns were destroyed; likewise the Marineros. Then retook one of the hillsand the British came down the face of the cliff of Santa Barbara to form a last thin line of bayonets across the valleys mouth at the 3rd Co. It was like some monstrous, living mural. All the afternoon they came on in waves and columns, banners flying, driven by their officers. They died before the heavily reinforced 3rd Co. Front and the British line. And then they ran and came on again; and were slaughtered again, and yet again Cut off as we were, we never expected to survive, Deyo and I. Still we kept up a steady fire into the flank of those hitting our 3rd Co. Time passed, and at one point I turned to see Deyo, covered as I was with dirt and chalk-dust. His map case had replaced his rifle. He was sketching what he saw, methodically, deliberately: While theres still some light, as he put it. The shelling, of course, had never ceased, nor the searching bullets from enemy machineguns. We had held and they had lost. And Deyo and I, in shock and a little high on it all, made it D6back to the railroad cut, and then to Battalion HQ. On the following day I was sent by Major Smith as liaison to the new British positions. The enemy action was repeated, and still we held. I was hit, however, in the early hours. I never saw Deyo Jacobs again, nor did I return to the battalion. Almost a year later at Ripoll, awaiting the train to take us to France, I saw Jack Penrod. He told me that in the retreats he had found Deyo and Doug Taylor beneath a tree somewhere south of Hijar; that Deyo; in bad shape, could no longer walk at all. Doug had decided to stay with him. At that very moment fascist tanks were on all the roads; enemy cavalry swarmed over all the hills and valleys. No one saw them alive again and it is presumed that like so many tens of others, they were taken finally, and summarily executed. These few paragraphs, plus the accompanying artwork falls far short of being the story of Deyo Jacobs. His background data, the milieu from which he came, is missing. Still one can conclude a point: To read of the uniqueness and humanity of Deyo is to also touch upon and recognize, perhaps, the full measure of our loss in those sixteen hundred Lincoln dead for whom there was no obits; and who, indeed, are but names today; forgotten, except by the few who knew them. The result, commonly referred to as magic realism, took the figurative and narrative approach of the Regionalists and the mystery, humor, and irony of Surrealism. He heeded that advice and STUDIED with GEORGE GROSZ in the ART STUDENT’S LEAGUE. The item “1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War” is in sale since Monday, October 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Books\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “bookpath” and is located in Napa, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Binding: Letter – Handwritten and Typed
  • Subject: Art & Photography
  • Topic: Fine Arts
  • Special Attributes: Handwritten
  • Origin: American
  • Year Printed: 1937

1937 GEORGE GROSZ LETTER SIGNED HANDWRITTEN & TYPED Life, Art, Spains Civil War

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

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George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt
George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt
GEORGE DEWEY MENTIONS ADMIRAL FARRAGUT. Dewey was a graduate of the Naval Academy and saw considerable service during the Civil War, and later was president of the General Board of the Navy Department. He remains most famous for his victory over the Spanish fleet at Manila, a feat which established America as a major naval power. The Woodstock Inn, Woodstock, Vermont. An autograph letter signed George Dewey on The Woodstock Inn stationery. He wrote to Richard Harding Davis of Mount Kisco, New York; Davis was an American author and journalist who covered the Spanish-American War: In thinking over my note to you of this morning, it has occurred to me that I may have written Franklin for Farragut as the Admiral who received the Empress of the French on board the Frigate Franklin in Cherbourg in Aug 1867. It should be Admiral Farragut. Sincerely yours George Dewey. The letter had dark ink and even browning, and is matted with a portrait of the admiral. All items are issued with an invoice that states in writing at the bottom? All autographs and historical papers are guaranteed authentic for life by me. New Jersey residents, please add 7% for the Governor’s salary ;. Buyers who do not live in the United States must pay. The item “George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt” is in sale since Saturday, January 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “stuartlutz” and is located in Short Hills, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Uruguay.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: George Dewey

George Dewey handwritten letter re Admiral David Farragut Woodstock Inn Vermnt

George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918

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George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918
George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918
George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918

George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918
George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918. The item “George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918″ is in sale since Thursday, December 19, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “pdxcollex” and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Autograph Authentication: Not Authenticated
  • Modified Item: No
  • Signed by: George Bernard Shaw
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

George Bernard Shaw hand-written, signed Letter from 1918

George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75×8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS

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George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS

George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS
This Autographed & Framed 7.75×8.85 Handwritten Letter has been Personally Signed by George Washington. This item is 100% Authentic to include a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) / hologram by Beckett Authentication Services. The authenticity can be verified on Beckett Authentication Services website. This item has been professionally framed to overall dimensions of approximately 17.5 x 23.25 inches. In this letter George Washington Introduces Italian Nobleman to Governor of South Carolina William Moultrie, Dated January 27, 1785. As he is about to make a tour through the United States I use the freedom of giving him this letter of introduction to you. Mrs Washington joins me in every good wish for Mrs Moutree and yourself and with great esteem and regard. He studied various aspects of American life, particularly political institutions and the young nations flora and fauna. It was one of the earliest trips of an Italian person of some fame to the United States. We offer autographed memorabilia only from the top, reputable, leading suppliers of authentic sports memorabilia. The companies that authenticate these items include Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA/DNA), James Spence Authentication (JSA), Steiner Sports, Upper Deck, Mounted Memories, and Tri-Star Productions. All autographed items come with a Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) from these suppliers that include a hologram on the item. The item “George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75×8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS” is in sale since Thursday, November 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “presspasscollectibles” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Autograph Authentication: BAS
  • PRODUCT_COA: BAS
  • PRODUCT_SIGNED_BY_NAME: George Washington

George Washington Authentic Signed & Framed 7.75x8.85 Handwritten Letter BAS

GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn

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GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn

GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn
Legendary United States Army Officer and Brevet Major General GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER scarce and authentic HANDWRITTEN LETTER. Custer responds to a collector requesting his autograph! Letter previously mounted to. CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY Beckett (BAS) Authentication Services EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original BAS Letter of Authenticity. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE – simply one of the finest Custer documents available on the market. Letter measures appx: 4.75″ x 6″. Signature and writing are bold and crisp, as shown. NOTE: SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents which are easily removable. This acid-free, PH-neutral museum-grade mounting tissue releases safely and easily and without any residue with simply a swipe of a damp Q-tip. GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER (1839 1876) was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the American Indian Wars. Custer was also present at General Robert E. Lee’s surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865. A highly effective cavalry commander, Custer was dispatched to the west in 1867 to fight in the American Indian Wars. On June 25, 1876, while leading the 7th Cavalry Regiment at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana Territory against a coalition of Native American tribes, he and all of his regimentwhich included two of his brotherswere killed. The battle is popularly known in American history and popular folklore as Custer’s Last Stand. Framed with striking, bone white matted display in the Signaturist-In Gallery style in handsome 11″x14″ rustic wood antique-style frame with fine reproduction portrait and museum-quality descriptive plaque, framed together under 98% UV-blocking conservation-grade acrylic pane. Authentic Custer letters are relatively scarce, and seldom seen at market. Don’t miss your chance to add this historic handwritten letter to your collection. A handsome and impressive addition to the den or office of the Civil War buff, Old West aficionado or autograph collector. An exceptional investment opportunity, and a truly rare and remarkable find. Please view our exceptional feedback and ratings, and our additional autograph and document auctions. The item “GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn” is in sale since Saturday, November 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “signaturist-ink” and is located in Wayne, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: G.A. Custer
  • Autograph Authentication: Beckett Authentication Services (BAS)

GEORGE CUSTER BAS Scarce Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Letter SIGNED Little Bighorn

George Michael Wham Hand Written and Signed Letter Note Super Rare

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George Michael Wham Hand Written and Signed Letter Note Super Rare
George Michael wrote and signed this letter in the 1990s. He had been at a London restaurant and did this for the management and staff. These things dont come along often as there arent that many things like this out there. He even made it really personal by adding in Greek, Happy New Year and then putting I tried. Any questions, please ask. The item “George Michael Wham Hand Written and Signed Letter Note Super Rare” is in sale since Tuesday, October 29, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Autographs\Certified Original Autographs\Music”. The seller is “masilve-96″ and is located in Ramsgate. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Type: Music
  • Surname Initial: M

George Michael Wham Hand Written and Signed Letter Note Super Rare

George H. W. Bush Handwritten AUTOGRAPH letter not SIGNED As Vice President

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George H. W. Bush Handwritten AUTOGRAPH letter not SIGNED As Vice President
Remarkable handwritten autograph letter entirely in the hand of 41st President of the United States GEORGE H. BUSH, filling in for Reagan. Over 80 words in Bush’s hand. Includes original PSA/DNA QuickOpinion Result Letter as “LIKELY GENUINE”. An exceptional, one-of-a-kind handwritten autograph letter WRITTEN BY ONE U. PRESIDENT (#41) ON BEHALF OF ANOTHER (Reagan / #40). Written on behalf of President Reagan, then-Vice President George H. Bush hand writes a draft telegram on lined yellow stationery congratulating the Columbian Foundation’s “Man of the Year” recipient and leaves the bottom unsigned. Please note: This is the accompanying letter to the Bush letter that was certified authentic by JSA (James Spence Authentication). We absolutely guarantee this piece to pass as well. GUARANTEED GENUINE – simply one of the most unique investment-quality, George H. Bush letters currently available on the market! An exceptional investment opportunity, and a truly rare and remarkable find. The item “George H. W. Bush Handwritten AUTOGRAPH letter not SIGNED As Vice President” is in sale since Monday, April 23, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “signaturist-ink” and is located in Wayne, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Philippines, Uruguay, China, Iceland, Russian federation, South africa.
  • President: George H.W. Bush
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: George H.W. Bush

George H. W. Bush Handwritten AUTOGRAPH letter not SIGNED As Vice President