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Lot 254 - autographs Spinner -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 254 - autographs Spinner - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Francis Spinner Letter, 1871. United States. 1-page letter written regarding a draft for Henry Schuyler. Bold, but spidery, signature flourish.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 255 - autographs Spinner -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 255 - autographs Spinner - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Francis Spinner Letter, 1871. United States. 2-page letter written regarding housing of union troops in 1862 on the land of Henry Schuyler. Bold signature on page 3.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 256 - autographs Spinner -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 256 - autographs Spinner - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Francis Spinner Letter, 1872. United States. 1-page letter written regarding correspondence of Miss Johnson for a payment.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 257 - scripophily autographs -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 257 - scripophily autographs - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Northern Pacific Railroad Co. With Jay Cooke Autograph. New York, NY. December 1, 1876, 2 Shares Common Stock, Black on blue border and underprint, Speeding locomotive on top with portrait on bottom, ITASB Jay Cooke as Trustee, Poc's, Jay Cooke was an American financier. Cooke and his firm Jay Cooke & Company were most notable for their role in financing the Union's war effort during the American Civil War. In his later career, Cooke was noted for his role in the financing of railroads in the northwestern United States.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 252 - autographs Spinner -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 252 - autographs Spinner - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Francis Spinner Letter, 1868. United States. 1-page letter written about the status of a soldier. Bold Spinner signature. Paper tone at top of page.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 253 - autographs Spinner -  Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Lot 253 - autographs Spinner - Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

Francis Spinner Letter, 1871. United States. 1-page letter written about a project for the third auditor. One line on page 3. Bold Spinner signature.

Archives International Auctions Auction #XXXII, Sessions 1, 2 and 3

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Lot 395 - autographs scientists -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 395 - autographs scientists - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Samuel F.B. Morse Autographed Letter dated August 3, 1816. Boston, Massachusetts. 1 full page, small 4to, American artist and inventor. He was a pioneer photographer in America using the Daguerre technique taught to him by the French inventor and photographer, Daguerre. Achieved fame and fortune for the invention of the Morse code. To augment his income as a painter, he became a pioneer photographer bringing the daguerreotype to America, he was appointed professor of painting and sculpture at the University of New York and later professor of the literature and art of design. Early autographed 1816 letter to his friend and fellow artist Charles Bird King. Morse relates his current endeavors to King "I leave tomorrow morng on a sketching tour through Vermont, N.Hampshire & N.York to be gone 2 or 4 mo(nths). .....I hope one day to paint some large historical pictures...I can't get Delaplaine to pay me, I shall not paint any more for him till he does...", Important letter from this historical figure.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 397 - autographs ww ii -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 397 - autographs ww ii - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Important Presidentially Autographed Short Snorter with President Truman's and Many Other Signatures. ND ca. 1941-45, $1, Series 1935 A Silver Certificate used as a Short Snorter. Possibly the most significant and historic example of a Short Snorter known with over 14 signatures including President Harry Truman; Joe E. Brown, Actor; Dwight D. Eisenhower, General of the Armies, Five Star, Commanding General SHAEF; Omar N. Bradley, General, Four Star; George C. Marshall, General of the Armies, Five Star, Chief of Staff, Combined Staff, United Nations; H.H. Arnold, General of the Armies, Five Star, Commander in Chief, Army Air Force; William H. Leahy, Admiral of the Fleet, Five Star, Chief of Staff to the President; James Byrnes, Secretary of State;; A.C. McAuliffe, Lieutenant General "Nuts to You" - Bastogne; Evangeline Booth, Salvation Army and other high ranking military officers. Amazing and historic Short Snorter with the autograph of Truman right above the "ONE" on the back. VF condition with most signatures strong and legible. (Ex-R.M.Smythe, Nov. 2002, Public Auction 225, Lot # 484, Sold for $4,600).

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 735 - scripophily autographs -  Archives International Auctions Part XVII

Lot 735 - scripophily autographs - Archives International Auctions Part XVII

Philip Lehman Signed Irving Bank-Columbia Trust Co. Stock Certificate. NY, 1923, 100 Shares, I/C, S/N 247. ITASB Philip Lehman. Philip Lehman was an American investment banker. He was born in New York City to Emanuel Lehman and Pauline Sondheim, Emanuel was a co-founder of investment bank, Lehman Brothers. Philip became a partner in the family-owned firm in 1887 and was the firm's managing partner from 1901 to 1925. He was also the first chairman of the board of the Lehman Corporation.

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Lot 22 - autographs presidential -  Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

Lot 22 - autographs presidential - Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

Franklin D. Roosevelt, Yalta Conference February 1945 Short Snorter. Signed by President Franklin Roosevelt just two months prior to his death, this short snorter boasts signatures such as F.D.R, Harry Hopkins (Close advisor to F. D. R. and major architect of the New Deal of the 1930’s), Dewey E. Long and others. Signed on a 1937, 1 Ruble note. Choice AU/UNC. *The Yalta Conference, sometimes called the Crimea Conference and codenamed the Argonaut Conference, held February 4–11, 1945, was the World War II meeting of the heads of government of the United States, the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union, represented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Premier Joseph Stalin, respectively, for the purpose of discussing Europe's post-war reorganization. The conference convened in the Livadia Palace near Yalta in Crimea. (ex. R.M.Smythe, Lot # 447. Sale #216, November 29, 2001). (*Wikipedia)

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