Partly-printed document signed by, Wm. Franklin: Received, Columbus, Ohio, Apl. 12th 1892, from Gen’l Wm. Franklin, Acting=Treasurer, National Home for D. Twenty thousand six hundred and seventy-five 00/100 Dollars in full for the above amount. McKinley fought at the Battle of Antietam, served on the staff of future President Rutherford B. Hayes, and was the last Civil War veteran to serve as President. Franklin graduated at the top of his West Point class in 1843, fought in several battles in the Eastern Theater, was captured by General Jubal Early but escaped, and managed the Colt Fire Arms Company after the war. The document is one page, measures 7.75 by 2.75 inches, and in pristine condition having been professionally attached to a larger sheet of paper.
Assassinated 25th President of the United States WILLIAM McKINLEY scarce early handwritten autograph Indictment signed as “Prosecuting Attorney for the County of Stark and State of Ohio”. Front side of the encapsulate features McKinley’s full signature as William McKinley, Jr. The back side features an incredibly lengthy 25 handwritten lines all in McKinley’s hand. On June 8, 1871, McKinley filed an Indictment of Forgery with intent to unlawfully defraud against A. By the time McKinley had reached the Presidency he had shortened his signature quite a bit, eventually even dropping the Jr. This is an excellent opportunity to own an early full name example to your collection. CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY PSA/DNA EXPERT EXAMINATION. Item is encapsulated inside PSA/DNA’s sonically-sealed, tamper-evident holder. Pencil annotation in an unknown hand, minor wrinkling, some paper loss to edges, filing folds with partial separation, as shown. Encapsulate measures 9.5″ x 13.5″. Please view our exceptional feedback and ratings, and our additional autograph auctions. Own a remarkable, original piece of American history! The perfect gift for the autograph enthusiast, Presidential collector or History buff. A must have addition to any collection.
Manuscript document signed by, Willm. Henry Harrison, as Governor of the Indiana Territory authorizing the surveyor of Knox County to conduct a survey for the heirs of Louis Carter. MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT SIGNED BY WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON, THE SHORTEST TERM PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Countersigned by Secretary of the Indiana Territory John Gibson, contains one page with docketing on the verso, measures 8 by 4.25 inches, created at Saint Vincennes on December 26, 1801, and in good to very good condition with soiling, dampstaining, chipping and tearing along the borders, and separations to the folds. AS THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE INDIANA TERRITORY, HARRISON AUTHORIZES A SURVEY IN THE OLDEST COUNTY IN INDIANA. Harrison was appointed by President John Adams as the first Governor of the Indiana Territory taking office on January 10, 1801. Knox County is the oldest county in Indiana and was one of the two original counties created in the Northwest Territory in 1790.
HE WAS THE SON OF A PATRIOT, THE SERVANT OF A KING, AND THE LAST COLONIAL GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY. Franklin, 8 x 3.25, February 11th, 1775, by the American-born attorney, soldier, politician, and colonial administrator. He was the acknowledged illegitimate son of Benjamin Franklin. William Franklin was the last colonial Governor of New Jersey, and a steadfast Loyalist throughout the American Revolutionary War. In contrast, his father Benjamin Franklin was one of the most prominent of the Patriot. Leaders of the American Revolution and a Founding Father of the United States. This extremely rare document considers the passage of a bill in New Jersey the year before the start of the American Revolutionary War. In Full: I assent to this Bill enacting the same, and order it to be enrolled. This handwritten document has a large, bold, ink signature and is in fine condition, with irregular edges and minor age toning. William Franklin completed his law education in England, and was admitted to the bar. He and his father Benjamin Franklin became partners and confidants, working together to pursue land grants in what was then called the Northwest (now Midwest). Before they left England, the senior Franklin lobbied hard to procure his son an appointment, especially working with the Prime Minister Lord Bute. In 1763, William Franklin was appointed as the Royal Governor of New Jersey. And while in that position he secretly reported Patriot activities to London. He continued as governor until January 1776, when colonial militiamen placed him under house arrest. Owing to his father’s role as a Founding Father and William’s loyalty to Britain, the relationship between father and son became strained past the breaking point. Once in New York he became the acknowledged leader of the American loyalists and organized military units to fight on the British side. The Surrender at Yorktown in October 1781 dimmed British hopes for victory, and in 1782, William Franklin went into exile in Britain, never to return. Once in London, he became a leading spokesman for the Loyalist community. He was also a founding member of the Royal Society of Edinburg (FRSE). He lived in London until his death. This item has been authenticated and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity issued by our parent company, History Makers Autographs. We financially stand behind our COA. Ask us about our PSA/DNA and JSA authentication guarantee. YES, WE DO OFFER A LAYAWAY PLAN. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH. We do not sell reprints or facsimile autographs. This is our 34. We closed our retail galleries and now are totally internet sales oriented. We are a long-time member of UACC #RD337, PADAH, and the Manuscript Society. Our collectibles make for fantastic additions to long standing collections, great starting points for new collectors looking for trusted authentic material, and make for a truly unique gifts for that special person in your life or corporate gift for a special client. History Makers Autographs offers one of the strongest guarantees available by any dealer. We unconditionally guarantee the authenticity of the document/artwork, without time limit, to the original purchaser. Every item we sell comes with a Certificate of Authenticity clearly stating this guarantee. International Buyers Please Note. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Other Collectible Autographs”. The seller is “stevnowli_0″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Signed by: WILLIAM FRANKLIN
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WILLIAM MARBURY: AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT, SIGNED (1811). Author: Marbury, William Title: WILLIAM MARBURY: AUTOGRAPH DOCUMENT, SIGNED (1811) Publication: 1811. Description: A two page autograph document, legal (one sheet, 16″ x 11.5″, folded into four pages). Moderate chipping to edges, impacting some of the text (signature line fully intact). Light plus age-toning overall, and some closed tears along folding line. Condition: Good; Dimensions: 8″ x 11.5″. Signature Belonging To: Marbury, William Date: September 25, 1811An indenture signed by William Marbury, chief litigant in the foundational Supreme Court Case Marbury vs. We specialize in out-of-print, used and rare books in all subjects, in addition to art, ephemera, collectibles and more. Any questions or comments are welcome. This listing was created by Bibliopolis. This item is in the category “Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible”. The seller is “ssbantiques” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Author: Marbury, William
- Publisher: Unknown
- Year Printed: 1811