RARE! English Author John Piggott Hand Written Letter Dated 1877

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RARE! English Author John Piggott Hand Written Letter Dated 1877
“English Author” John Piggott Hand Written Letter Dated 1877. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US. 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, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Vietnam, Uruguay.
RARE! English Author John Piggott Hand Written Letter Dated 1877
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John T. Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter March 6, 1890 Confederate General PSA

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John T. Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter March 6, 1890 Confederate General PSA
John T. Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter March 6, 1890 Confederate General PSA

John T. Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter March 6, 1890 Confederate General PSA
Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter. Dated March 6, 1890. See Pictures for Condition. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Military”. The seller is “edov92″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Industry: Military
  • Signed by: John T. Morgan
  • Signed: Yes
  • Autograph Authentication: Professional Sports (PSA/DNA)
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

John T. Morgan Signed Handwritten Letter March 6, 1890 Confederate General PSA
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1851 General John A. Dix Handwritten Autographed Letter Employing a Democrat

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1851 General John A. Dix Handwritten Autographed Letter Employing a Democrat

1851 General John A. Dix Handwritten Autographed Letter Employing a Democrat
This is for an letter dated November 21,1851 from Civil War Union General John A. Dix to Henry S. Randall Elect regarding Randall’s election to be the next New York Secretary of State. Handwritten and signed by Dix, it provides an interesting commentary as part of a recommendation to Randall to bring on someone who had worked for Dix previously even though the person was let go for being “a Democrat”. Dear Sir – Clerk John sp? , who was removed from the office of the Secretary of State because he was a Democrat, is “xxx” of being restored. He was one of the most faithful & attentive clerks in the office while I was Secretary and his handwriting is admirably suited either to copying or recording. I take great pleasure in commending him to your consideration & I hope you may think John “xxxxx” him to a position from which he was ejected for “opinion’s” sake. Boldly signed John A. 2 sided and in very nice condition with folds and guaranteed original. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “peplot04″ and is located in this country: US. 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, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: John A. Dix
  • Autograph Authentication: Not Authenticated
  • Signed: Yes
  • Industry: Historical

1851 General John A. Dix Handwritten Autographed Letter Employing a Democrat

1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature

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1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
This is an Original and Authentic portion of a letter signed by Astor — it is 100% genuine and original. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Jacob Astor III. New York City, New York. February 22, 1890 (aged 67). New York City, New York, U. Patriarch of the English branch of the Astor family. Charlotte Augusta Gibbes m. William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. William Backhouse Astor, Sr. Margaret Alida Rebecca Armstrong. (June 10, 1822 – February 22, 1890) was an American financier, philanthropist and a soldier during the American Civil War. He was a prominent member of the Astor family. Becoming the wealthiest family member in his generation and the founder of their English branch. Family & Early life. Astor was the eldest son of real estate businessman William Backhouse Astor, Sr. His younger brother, businessman William Backhouse Astor, Jr. John Astor studied at Columbia University. And the University of Göttingen. Following which he went to Harvard Law School. He practiced law for a year, to qualify for assisting in the management of his family’s immense estate, one half of which later descended to him. It was based on his paternal grandfather’s. Achieving a monopoly in the lucrative fur trade in the early nineteenth century. Astor was elected lieutenant colonel. Of the 12th Regiment of the New York Militia. He resigned from the office in 1853. During the American Civil War. Astor served as a volunteer aide-de-camp. With the rank of colonel, to Major General. Then commanding general of the U. Army from November 30, 1861 to July 11, 1862. In recognition of his services during the Peninsular Campaign. As a brigadier general. Of Volunteers in March 1865. In 1880 he became a companion of the New York Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. A military society of officers who had served in the Union armed forces. He was assigned insignia number 1909. He regarded his Civil War service as the best of his life and attended the reunions of the Loyal Legion. In business, Astor dabbled in railroad. Investment, but was outsmarted by Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt. His principal business interest was the vast Astor Estate real estate holdings in New York City. Which he managed profitably and parsimoniously. Astor was married on December 9, 1846 at Trinity Church. In New York City. To Charlotte Augusta Gibbes (February 27, 1825 – December 12, 1887) of South Carolina. Daughter of Thomas Stanyarne Gibbes, Jr. And Susan Annette Vanden Heuvel. They had one son, William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. (March 31, 1848-October 18, 1919). In 1859 he built a home at 350 Fifth Avenue. Today the street address of the Empire State Building. Later, he had an imposing vacation home, Beaulieu, built in Newport, Rhode Island. And he had a country estate, Nuits. In Irvington, New York. John Jacob Astor III donated objects and funds to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He and his brother presented Trinity Church. With a memorial to their father: a sculptured reredos. He also gave generously to the New York Cancer Hospital. He took an active interest in the Astor Library beyond funding. He was treasurer of its board of trustees, and in 1879 deeded to it the three lots on which the northern wing of the present building was later constructed by him. He presented it with his collection of early books and rare manuscripts. His deeply religious wife Charlotte supported the newly formed Children’s Aid Society. And sat on the board of the Women’s Hospital of New York, an institution that to her dismay refused to accept cancer patients. S first wing, the Astor Pavilion. For twenty years, she supported a German industrial school. From 1872 until her death, she was a manager of the Woman’s Hospital, besides taking an active part in the Niobrara League to aid the Indians and in many other charities. John Jacob III increasingly visited London. In his later years. Moved there permanently with his family in 1891 and became a citizen in 1899 where he was later made a peer. John Jacob Astor III died on February 22, 1890 and was interred in the Trinity Church Cemetery. All of my auctions are guaranteed original and authentic forever!!! This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “jaygould” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
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1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature

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1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
This is an Original and Authentic portion of a letter signed by Astor — it is 100% genuine and original. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Jacob Astor III. New York City, New York. February 22, 1890 (aged 67). New York City, New York, U. Patriarch of the English branch of the Astor family. Charlotte Augusta Gibbes m. William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. William Backhouse Astor, Sr. Margaret Alida Rebecca Armstrong. (June 10, 1822 – February 22, 1890) was an American financier, philanthropist and a soldier during the American Civil War. He was a prominent member of the Astor family. Becoming the wealthiest family member in his generation and the founder of their English branch. Family & Early life. Astor was the eldest son of real estate businessman William Backhouse Astor, Sr. His younger brother, businessman William Backhouse Astor, Jr. John Astor studied at Columbia University. And the University of Göttingen. Following which he went to Harvard Law School. He practiced law for a year, to qualify for assisting in the management of his family’s immense estate, one half of which later descended to him. It was based on his paternal grandfather’s. Achieving a monopoly in the lucrative fur trade in the early nineteenth century. Astor was elected lieutenant colonel. Of the 12th Regiment of the New York Militia. He resigned from the office in 1853. During the American Civil War. Astor served as a volunteer aide-de-camp. With the rank of colonel, to Major General. Then commanding general of the U. Army from November 30, 1861 to July 11, 1862. In recognition of his services during the Peninsular Campaign. As a brigadier general. Of Volunteers in March 1865. In 1880 he became a companion of the New York Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. A military society of officers who had served in the Union armed forces. He was assigned insignia number 1909. He regarded his Civil War service as the best of his life and attended the reunions of the Loyal Legion. In business, Astor dabbled in railroad. Investment, but was outsmarted by Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt. His principal business interest was the vast Astor Estate real estate holdings in New York City. Which he managed profitably and parsimoniously. Astor was married on December 9, 1846 at Trinity Church. In New York City. To Charlotte Augusta Gibbes (February 27, 1825 – December 12, 1887) of South Carolina. Daughter of Thomas Stanyarne Gibbes, Jr. And Susan Annette Vanden Heuvel. They had one son, William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. (March 31, 1848-October 18, 1919). In 1859 he built a home at 350 Fifth Avenue. Today the street address of the Empire State Building. Later, he had an imposing vacation home, Beaulieu, built in Newport, Rhode Island. And he had a country estate, Nuits. In Irvington, New York. John Jacob Astor III donated objects and funds to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He and his brother presented Trinity Church. With a memorial to their father: a sculptured reredos. He also gave generously to the New York Cancer Hospital. He took an active interest in the Astor Library beyond funding. He was treasurer of its board of trustees, and in 1879 deeded to it the three lots on which the northern wing of the present building was later constructed by him. He presented it with his collection of early books and rare manuscripts. His deeply religious wife Charlotte supported the newly formed Children’s Aid Society. And sat on the board of the Women’s Hospital of New York, an institution that to her dismay refused to accept cancer patients. S first wing, the Astor Pavilion. For twenty years, she supported a German industrial school. From 1872 until her death, she was a manager of the Woman’s Hospital, besides taking an active part in the Niobrara League to aid the Indians and in many other charities. John Jacob III increasingly visited London. In his later years. Moved there permanently with his family in 1891 and became a citizen in 1899 where he was later made a peer. John Jacob Astor III died on February 22, 1890 and was interred in the Trinity Church Cemetery. All of my auctions are guaranteed original and authentic forever!!! This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “jaygould” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
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1858 John Sims Reeves Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter English Opera Star

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1858 John Sims Reeves Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter English Opera Star
1858 John Sims Reeves Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter English Opera Star. 25 October 1900, was the foremost English. Vocalist of the mid. Reeves began his singing career in 1838 but continued his vocal studies until 1847. He soon established himself on the opera and concert stage and became known for his interpretation of ballads. He continued singing through the 1880s and later taught and wrote about singing. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “zartanthegreat1″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1858 John Sims Reeves Autographed Signed Handwritten Letter English Opera Star
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Rare Hand Written Letter John D. Rockefeller Jr. 1926

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Rare Hand Written Letter John D. Rockefeller Jr. 1926

Rare Hand Written Letter John D. Rockefeller Jr. 1926
Very rare two page letter hand written by John D. Rockefeller Jr in 1926. From private Rockefeller collection. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “zijolph” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
Rare Hand Written Letter John D. Rockefeller Jr. 1926
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RARE! Forger John Payne Collier Hand Written Letter Dated 1815 Mueller COA

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RARE! Forger John Payne Collier Hand Written Letter Dated 1815 Mueller COA

RARE! Forger John Payne Collier Hand Written Letter Dated 1815 Mueller COA
“Forger” John Payne Collier Hand Written Letter Dated 1815. This item is authenticated By Todd Mueller Autographs and comes with their certificate of authenticity. 17 September 1883. He was summoned before the. In 1819 for giving an incorrect report of a speech by. In 1811, but was not called to the bar until 1829. The delay was partly due to his indiscretion in publishing the Criticisms on the Bar (1819) by Amicus Curiae. Collier’s leisure was given to the study of Shakespeare and the early English drama. S Old Plays and in 1833 a supplementary volume entitled Five Old Plays. In 1831 appeared his 3-volume History of English Dramatic Poetry to the Time of Shakespeare and Annals of the Stage to the Restoration a badly arranged but valuable work. It obtained for him the post of librarian to the. 6th Duke of Devonshire. And, subsequently, access to the chief collections of early English literature throughout the kingdom, especially to the treasures of. He produced the Memoirs of Edward Alleyn for the Shakespeare Society in 1841. He followed up this volume with the Alleyn Papers (1843) and the Diary of Philip Henslowe (1845). Collier used these opportunities to commence a series of literary fabrications, as the debates of the following decades revealed. His 8-volume edition of the Works of Shakespeare began to appear in 1842. His edition attracted criticism from his long-time friend, the literary historian Revd. Who nonetheless also found much to commend in it, including Collier’s biographical essay. In 1847 he was appointed secretary to the. Royal Commission on the British Museum. Over the next several years he claimed to find a number of new documents relating to Shakespeare’s life and business. After New Facts, New Particulars and Further Particulars respecting Shakespeare had appeared and passed muster, Collier produced (1852) the famous Perkins Folio, a copy of the. (1632), so called from a name written on the title-page. In this book were numerous manuscript emendations of Shakespeare, said by Collier to be from the hand of an “old corrector”. He published these alterations as Notes and Emendations to the Text of Shakespeare (1853) as a supplementary volume to his edition of Shakespeare’s works, bringing out a revised edition of this volume within months of the first. At the same time he published an edition of the plays in a single volume (the “Monovolume” edition), incorporating the Perkins Folio amendments without any detailed commentary. Collier’s friend Dyce was among the first to reject many of the alterations by the “Old Corrector” as “ignorant, tasteless and wanton”, while recognizing that others required no more authority than common sense to be accepted as correct, many having been proposed already by other scholars The authenticity of the whole, however, was roundly rejected, on internal evidence, by. In The Text of Shakespeare Vindicated (1853). Showed the Dulwich letter to have been (at best) misinterpreted by Collier, and stated (with the owner’s permission) his misgivings that Lord Ellesmere’s Shakespearean manuscripts were all modern forgeries. In 1855, in Notes and Queries, Volume X, Collier reported a new “find” in the re-discovery of his own shorthand notes from lectures given by. In 1811 or 1812, which he published as a volume in 1856 together with a list of the emendations in the Perkins Folio. In a public letter soon extended into a short tract of 1855, A. Brae (anonymously) brought evidence challenging the authenticity of Collier’s lecture notes, and in effect accusing Collier of having perpetrated the Shakespeare alterations as a fraud. In response to these challenges, in January 1856 Collier made a legal. Swearing to the truth of his statements regarding the Coleridge lectures and the Perkins folio, and sought to move the. Court of Queen’s Bench. For a criminal action for libel against the publisher. Presiding, refused to proceed, he commended the character of the applicant and pronounced him to be vindicated by his affidavit, and afterwards gave Collier other tokens of his friendship and esteem. Collier’s second edition of the Works of Shakespeare appeared in 6 volumes in 1858, and bore both in its Preface and in the notes to the text a scathing attack on (among others) Alexander Dyce, accusing him of selective appropriation of Collier’s emendations without acknowledgement, motivated by an intention to disparage. Their friendship irrecoverably broken, Dyce responded in a full volume by rejecting Collier’s charges against him as artful and deliberate misrepresentations. In 1853 Collier had made a gift of the Perkins Folio to his patron, the 6th Duke of Devonshire, who remained supportive towards him but died in 1858. In 1859, his cousin and successor the. Submitted the Folio to the scrutiny of Sir. Keeper of Manuscripts at the. And Nicholas Hamilton, of that Department, who pronounced that the emendations were incontestably forgeries of modern date. These findings were further confirmed by a microscopic physical analysis by. Keeper of the Mineral Department, showing that the supposed archaic handwriting of the emendations was made using not ink but a sepia paint, which overlay erased pencil annotations in modern handwriting closely resembling that of John Payne Collier. The facts were presented by. In collected form in 1859, with a full-page dedication naming Andrew Edmund Brae as the first to protest against the specious readings of the Perkins Folio, and, by the use of. Methods, the first to prove that they were modern fabrications. Ingleby showed that the annotations incorporated ideas drawn from very recent scholarship, knowledge or usage. Hamilton’s findings were more fully expressed in his Inquiry (1860). Brae, now in his own name, reviewed the matter more at length in 1860, and Ingleby gave a fuller account of the discussion raised by Collier’s emendations in his Complete View of the Shakespeare Controversy (1861). During the later 18th century, literary forgeries had a certain esteem, when audacious impostures like the. The medieval poems of. Or the works of. Might carry their own worth, and capture the romantic imagination. The case of Collier, in the mid-19th century, was different, because it was profoundly shocking to the scholarly establishment to discover that a long-established colleague in their midst, a person closely associated with the British Museum, the editor of numerous important editions, with privileged access to the primary documents of English literature, should become suspected of the systematic falsification of evidence and possibly the mutilation of original materials, especially in relation to William Shakespeare. S forgeries had corrupted the historical record in ways that were then not yet recognized such a presence placed a question-mark over the authenticity of the whole resource, and over the work of other scholars whom he might have misled. It became clear during the 1850s to most of his critics, that Collier was himself the deceiver, not the deceived. Since then, the falsifications of which he was unquestionably guilty among the manuscripts at. Have left little doubt of it. He interpolated the name of Shakespeare in a genuine letter at Dulwich, and the spurious entries in Alleyn’s Diary were proved to be by Collier’s hand when the sale of his library in 1884 gave access to a transcript he had made of the Diary with interlineations corresponding with the Dulwich forgeries. No statement of his can be accepted without verification, nor any manuscript handled by him, without careful examination, but he did much useful work. He compiled a valuable Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English Language (1865); he reprinted a great number of early English tracts of extreme rarity and rendered good service to the numerous antiquarian societies with which he was connected, especially in the editions he produced for the. His Old Man’s Diary 1871-72 is an interesting record, though even here the taint of fabrication is not absent. Unfortunately, what he did amiss is more striking to the imagination than what he did aright, and he will be chiefly remembered by it. Where he had long resided, on 17 September 1883. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
RARE! Forger John Payne Collier Hand Written Letter Dated 1815 Mueller COA
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John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic

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John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic

John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
Up For Sale Is An. ON THIS CARD IS. A PIECE FROM A ORIGINAL DOCUMENT (LETTER). THAT WAS HANDWRITING HANDLED AND SIGNED BY. THE ATTACHED PHOTO’S OF THE FULL DOCUMENT (LETTER) THAT THE CUT RELIC CAME FROM. WAS TAKEN DIRECTLY FROM THE SPORTSCARDSDOTCOM/2020POTUS WEB SITE. THE HANDWRITING RELIC IS CERTIFIED BY PSA, JAS OR BECKETT AUTHENTICATION SERVICES. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS MANY OF 1/1 AND OTHER LOW NUMBERED SHORT PRINTS. To Insure, Full Value will be Declared. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “joeroadie1″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • A PIECE FROM A DOCUMENT SIGNED BY:: JFK JOHN F. KENNEDY
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  • US UNITED STATES: PRESIDENT POTUS
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  • SPORTSCARDS.C0M: 2020 POTUS A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT
  • AUTHENTIC HANDWRITTEN WORD CUT: RARE SP RELIC CARD
  • Signed by: JFK JOHN F. KENNEDY 35TH PRESIDENT OF THE US
  • Autograph Authentication: BECKETT
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John F Kennedy Handwritten Word From The President Potus Signed Letter Cut Relic
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1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature

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1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
This is an Original and Authentic portion of a letter signed by Astor — it is 100% genuine and original. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Jacob Astor III. New York City, New York. February 22, 1890 (aged 67). New York City, New York, U. Patriarch of the English branch of the Astor family. Charlotte Augusta Gibbes m. William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. William Backhouse Astor, Sr. Margaret Alida Rebecca Armstrong. (June 10, 1822 – February 22, 1890) was an American financier, philanthropist and a soldier during the American Civil War. He was a prominent member of the Astor family. Becoming the wealthiest family member in his generation and the founder of their English branch. Family & Early life. Astor was the eldest son of real estate businessman William Backhouse Astor, Sr. His younger brother, businessman William Backhouse Astor, Jr. John Astor studied at Columbia University. And the University of Göttingen. Following which he went to Harvard Law School. He practiced law for a year, to qualify for assisting in the management of his family’s immense estate, one half of which later descended to him. It was based on his paternal grandfather’s. Achieving a monopoly in the lucrative fur trade in the early nineteenth century. Astor was elected lieutenant colonel. Of the 12th Regiment of the New York Militia. He resigned from the office in 1853. During the American Civil War. Astor served as a volunteer aide-de-camp. With the rank of colonel, to Major General. Then commanding general of the U. Army from November 30, 1861 to July 11, 1862. In recognition of his services during the Peninsular Campaign. As a brigadier general. Of Volunteers in March 1865. In 1880 he became a companion of the New York Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. A military society of officers who had served in the Union armed forces. He was assigned insignia number 1909. He regarded his Civil War service as the best of his life and attended the reunions of the Loyal Legion. In business, Astor dabbled in railroad. Investment, but was outsmarted by Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt. His principal business interest was the vast Astor Estate real estate holdings in New York City. Which he managed profitably and parsimoniously. Astor was married on December 9, 1846 at Trinity Church. In New York City. To Charlotte Augusta Gibbes (February 27, 1825 – December 12, 1887) of South Carolina. Daughter of Thomas Stanyarne Gibbes, Jr. And Susan Annette Vanden Heuvel. They had one son, William Waldorf Astor, 1st Viscount Astor. (March 31, 1848-October 18, 1919). In 1859 he built a home at 350 Fifth Avenue. Today the street address of the Empire State Building. Later, he had an imposing vacation home, Beaulieu, built in Newport, Rhode Island. And he had a country estate, Nuits. In Irvington, New York. John Jacob Astor III donated objects and funds to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He and his brother presented Trinity Church. With a memorial to their father: a sculptured reredos. He also gave generously to the New York Cancer Hospital. He took an active interest in the Astor Library beyond funding. He was treasurer of its board of trustees, and in 1879 deeded to it the three lots on which the northern wing of the present building was later constructed by him. He presented it with his collection of early books and rare manuscripts. His deeply religious wife Charlotte supported the newly formed Children’s Aid Society. And sat on the board of the Women’s Hospital of New York, an institution that to her dismay refused to accept cancer patients. S first wing, the Astor Pavilion. For twenty years, she supported a German industrial school. From 1872 until her death, she was a manager of the Woman’s Hospital, besides taking an active part in the Niobrara League to aid the Indians and in many other charities. John Jacob III increasingly visited London. In his later years. Moved there permanently with his family in 1891 and became a citizen in 1899 where he was later made a peer. John Jacob Astor III died on February 22, 1890 and was interred in the Trinity Church Cemetery. All of my auctions are guaranteed original and authentic forever!!! This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “jaygould” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1874 John Jacob Astor 111 the Third signed hand written from letter signature
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