Autographed FDC’s, Letters & Photos
Amelia Earhart US 1932 (May 20) autograph on cover comm. 5th anniversary of Lindbergh flight. Sent by Rid Egolf (Famous philatelists) by registered mail. 635, 711 strip of 4. Neatly slit open at bottom.
Early Autographs Anne Eleanor Roosevelt Signature on blank cover with Hyde Park address on reverse and a 1958 rubberstamped signature on addressed cover, NY, NY return address, slit open on top. Tape stains on top edge of cover
Autograph - Frances F. Cleveland, widow of Pres. Grover Cleveland, two Free frank covers, 1941 cover from her son, Francis’ home in Tamworth, NH to Vermont and other cover dated 1945 and sent from South Tamworth, NH to Princeton, NJ. Great piece of New Hampshire history!
Autograph of Frances F. Cleveland, widow of President Grover Cleveland, 2 matching Free Frank covers. One cover dated Jan 18, 1913 with handwritten contents and second cover dated Dec 2, 1913 after she remarried, on Feb 10, 1913 and adding “Preston” to the Free Frank. Brookman cv$700.00
Early Autographs George H. Williams 1874 Attorney General signed letter, interesting content written on Department of Justice letterhead regarding "Safe burglary" case. Included is Bureau Engraving & Printing portrait engraving
Autograph - James K. Polk, US 1847 Stampless cover Louisville, KY, cover addressed to James K. Polk, President, then turned and readdressed to “L. Tyler” in Polk’s hand to Louisville, KY, probably family of his deceased wife.
1807 Stampless Cover sigend byWilliam Ellery, one of the signer of Declaration of Independence. Cover from William Ellery in Newport, Rhode Island sent to Benjamin Bourne in Bristol, Rhode Island, cover only.
1938 US Scott 830 and 831 on legal sized cover signed by Theodore Roosevelt Jr, Assistant Secretary to the Navy, Governor of Puerto Rico and Governor General of the Philippines. unusual combination of 830 and 831 in blocks of 4. White House corner card is from Captain Van Auken and sent registered.
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