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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.

Archives International Auctions Part XVII

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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)

Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

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Lot 382 - autographs financial -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 382 - autographs financial - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 969 - autographs civil war -  Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Sessions 2 and 3

Lot 969 - autographs civil war - Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Sessions 2 and 3

Newly Discovered, City of Newark, NJ, March 15, 1865, One Year Scrip Un-Cut Sheet. Newark, New Jersey. Signed by Theodore Runyon, Mayor of Newark and Civil War Brigadore General, This is a cut cancelled sheet of (2) $50.00, (1) $100.00 and (1) $200.00 Civil War Bounty Bonds from the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Newark. Bonds issued a mere 3 weeks prior to the end of the American Civil War and a month to the day of the death of President Abraham Lincoln. Each certificate is signed by the then Mayor of Newark, NJ, Theodore Runyon (October 29, 1822 – January 27, 1896) a United States politician, diplomat, and American Civil War Brigadier General in the New Jersey Militia, serving with the Union Army at the Battle of First Bull Run, first president of the Manufacturers' National Bank of Newark, chancellor of New Jersey for 14 years and, between 1893 and 1896, envoy and later ambassador to Germany. Crisp VF condition and cut cancelled, rare and attractive.

Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Sessions 2 and 3

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Lot 20 - autographs  -  Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

Lot 20 - autographs - Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

J.P. Morgan Signature as Trustee on New Jersey Junction Railroad Co., Issued Bond. New Jersey, 1886, $1,000. Issued and uncancelled. Brown border w/ ferry and harbor scene vignette. Back has J.P.Morgan autograph as trustee. ABNCo. w/coupons, XF. Rare autographed bond with banker who saved our financial system a little over 100 years ago, J.P.Morgan.

Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

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Lot 21 - autographs  -  Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

Lot 21 - autographs - Archives International Auctions Wall Street Auction #XXI, Session 1

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Stock Allotment Receipts, One signed by Henry Clews. New York, ca.1903, I/C, Beautiful Receipts of a long gone era from the Pennsylvania Railroad General Office Library bookplate included, AU/UNC

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Lot 379 - autographs authors -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 379 - autographs authors - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Washington Irving Autographed 1 Page Letter ca.1822. Washington Irving (American author, short story writer, essayist, poet, travel book writer, biographer, and columnist. Irving has been called the father of the American short story.) Autographed letter on engraved stationary, former Spink Sale June 18, 2008. Letter archivally backed.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 396 - autographs scientists -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 396 - autographs scientists - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Samuel F.B. Morse Cut Signature with Portrait Engraving. Samuel Finley Breese Morse, 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. Morse is famous for the invention of the Morse code, Fine clipped signature mounted on larger sheet. Ideal for framing.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 386 - autographs political -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 386 - autographs political - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

State of Connecticut Pay Voucher signed by Oliver Wolcott, Jr Oliver Wolcott, Jr. (January 11, 1760 – June 1, 1833) was United States Secretary of the Treasury from 1795 to 1800 and the 24th Governor of Connecticut from 1817 to 1827. Voucher dated Oct. 1, 1784. VF Condition.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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Lot 380 - autographs business and finance -  Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Lot 380 - autographs business and finance - Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

Robert Morris, Jr., Declaration of Independence Signer, 1796 Autographed Indenture. Robert Morris, Jr. was a Liverpool-born American merchant, and signer of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the United States Constitution. Signed Indenture for the payment to Jeremiah Parker for £488.17 “payable in 3 years with lawful interest.” Dated May 13, 1796. Bond exhibits some erosion as well as splits on folds fragile needs archival backing. None the less historically significant.

Archives International Auctions International Sale, Part XIX

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