Autograph seekers find a big thrill with this Thomas Jefferson free frank signature. The main architect of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson has long been considered one of our top five presidents. While this two hundred year old correspondence panel is toned from dark tan to light brown, Jefferson's ("6") strength signature resides favorably in one of the brighter areas of this 5x3 letter cover. Among the other visible portions of Jefferson's writing, are the word "free" at top left and the name of the addressee "Capt. Tom D. Burk" at center. One of the crown jewels from a major presidential autograph collection featured in the current Huggins and Scott auction, this prestigious prize is housed in a nicely coordinated frame with overall dimensions of 15-1/2 x 22-1/2". Also featured in this professionally mounted display, is a 6-1/2 x 8" Jefferson portrait engraving. Make sure to cast the deciding vote for this important presidential signature. Full photo LOA from JSA.
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