Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241

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Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241
Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241
Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241

Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241
75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature has been Personally Signed by Abraham Lincoln. This item is 100% Authentic and comes with a PSA/DNA Certification Card and a matching numbered Hologram. The authenticity can be verified on Professional Sports Authenticator website. This item has been professionally framed to overall dimensions of approximately 9.25 x 11.25 inches. Our items are sourced from PPC autograph signings or direct from leading suppliers of authentic memorabilia. The companies that authenticate these items include Beckett Authentication Services (BAS), Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA/DNA), James Spence Authentication (JSA), Steiner Sports, Upper Deck, Fanatics, Mounted Memories, and Tri-Star Productions. All autographed items come with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from these suppliers that includes a tamper proof hologram affixed to the item. Press Pass Collectibles has exclusive autograph relationships with over 50 professional athletes and celebrities including Magic Johnson, Chevy Chase, Travis Kelce, Nick Bosa, Randy Moss, Kyler Murray, Adrian Peterson, George Kittle, Dak Prescott, Jerome Bettis, Deion Sanders, Jack Lambert, Mean Joe Greene, T. Watt, Tony Dorsett, Tony Gonzalez, Michael Irvin, Jason Witten and more! Shop our entire collection. The item “Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241″ is in sale since Thursday, July 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “presspasscollectibles” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.
  • Autograph Authentication: PSA
  • PRODUCT_COA: PSA
  • PRODUCT_SIGNED_BY_NAME: Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln Authentic Signed. 75 x 3.75 Framed Cut Signature PSA #AE01241

Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer

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Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer
Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer
Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer
Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer
Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer

Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer
Partly printed document signed “Abraham Lincoln” as president, parchment paper, 18×13.75 inches, Washington, December 5, 1864. White wafer seal intact. Countersigned by William Seward as Secretary of State. A rare document relating to the American Far West in which Lincoln again recognizes the appointment of Gustav Ziel (died 1867) of San Francisco to the position of Consul of Hesse Darmstadt [a former state of Germany] for the states of California and Oregon, and the Territories of Utah and Washington. If you Google “Gustav Ziel” the second entry that comes up is from the Library of Congress which has in their Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana a nearly identical certificate, this one appointing Gustav Ziel as Consul of Hamburg of San Francisco, dated three years earlier on November 29, 1861. Now you can own a Lincoln document worthy of the Library of Congress. On the day Lincoln signed this document he was preparing for his Annual Message to Congress the following day which proposed the abolition of slavery. Also included is a two-page hand-written letter on Society of Pioneers stationery, San Francisco, October 11, 1867, signed by C. Mebrius to the widow of Gustav Ziel in which the society pays tribute to Gustave Ziel. The Lincoln document has a lot going for it. A similar item is in a famous Lincoln collection, it has connections with San Francisco, the Society of Pioneers, Germany, California, Oregon, Utah and Washington. The writing and signatures are bold. Document in very good condition. Comes with a signed lifetime guarantee of authenticity. Thank you for looking at my ad. The item “ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED DOCUMENT DS AS PRESIDENT. CALIFORNIA PIONEER” is in sale since Sunday, June 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “ibuyautographs” and is located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Featured Refinements: Abraham Lincoln Autograph
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • President: Abraham Lincoln
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Abraham Lincoln and William Seward
  • Autograph Authentication: Christophe Stickel Autographs

Abraham Lincoln Signed Document Ds As President. California Pioneer

Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began

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Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began
Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began
Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began
Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began
Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began

Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began
Partly-printed document signed by, Abraham Lincoln, as President on July 1, 1863, the very day the Battle of Gettysburg started. President Lincoln appoints William E. Holloway as, Third Lieutenant in the Revenue Service of the United States. DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON JULY 1, 1863, THE VERY DAY THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG STARTED. The document is one page on vellum, countersigned by Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase, measures 15.5 by 12.5 inches, in fine condition with soiling and toning, and matted and framed with a hand-colored steel engraving portrait of Lincoln to an overall size of 30.75 by 20.75 inches. FOUR AND A HALF MONTHS AFTER GETTYSBURG, PRESIDENT LINCOLN DELIVERED HIS FAMOUS GETTYSBURG ADDRESS AT THE OFFICIAL DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR THE NATIONAL CEMETERY OF GETTYSBURG. On November 19, 1863, four and a half months after the Union defeated the Confederacy at the Battle of Gettysburg, President Abraham Lincoln delivered remarks, which later became known as the Gettysburg Address, at the official dedication ceremony for the National Cemetery of Gettysburg. Though he was not the featured orator that day, Lincolns brief address would be remembered as one of the most important speeches in American history. In it, he invoked the principles of human equality contained in the Declaration of Independence and connected the sacrifices of the Civil War with the desire for a new birth of freedom, as well as the all-important preservation of the Union created in 1776 and its ideal of self-government. The item “Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began” is in sale since Wednesday, December 11, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “grayautographs” and is located in Spartanburg, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Featured Refinements: Abraham Lincoln Autograph
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • President: Abraham Lincoln
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Abraham Lincoln
  • Autograph Authentication: Guaranteed to pass PSA/DNA, JSA, or Beckett

Abraham Lincoln Document Signed on July 1, 1863 Day Battle Gettysburg Began

President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS

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President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS
President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS
President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS

President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS
President Abraham Lincoln signed 1862 civil war document. Authenticated with a full letter of authenticity by Beckett BAS. About Us: As collectors first, we here at Autographs-For-Sale strive for the unique items that are so hard to obtain. With contacts throughout the industry and a rock solid reputation, we get a first look at some amazing stuff! We do our best to provide you with the most up-to-date collectibles at prices that cannot be beat. With our staff comprised of collector centric mindset, we always view the customers needs first. You will always speak to someone with knowledge about the items & collectors universe. Feel at ease with our knowledgeable staff, authentication guarantee, and all the services provided from Autographs-For-Sale, you surely will not be disappointed! The item “President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS” is in sale since Tuesday, December 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “autographs-for-sale” and is located in Cave Creek, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Franchise: Original
  • Industry: Entertainment
  • Object Type: Signed Letter
  • Orginal/Reproduction: Original

President Abraham Lincoln Signed 1862 Civil War Document Beckett BAS

Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852

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Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852

Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852
Partial manuscript DS, signed by Abraham Lincoln, And the plaintiff doth the like, James & Lincoln p. One page, 7.75 x 3, no date but circa 1852. Fragment of a legal document penned in another hand, in part: And for further plea in his behalf to the first second third and fourth counts in said plaintiff’s declaration mentioned, said defendant comes and defends the wrong and injury when &c, and says that the said supposed writings or notes in said counts mentioned are not the writings or notes or deeds of the president & trustees of the town of Belkin, and of this she puts herself upon the County. In very good to fine condition, with two small pieces of clear tape at the ends of the fold splits on the reverse. During this period Lincoln had solidified his reputation as a talented lawyer after representing the Alton & Sangamon Railroad against one of its shareholders in 1851. It was Lincoln’s unwavering integrity in his legal practice that gave rise to his famous nickname,’Honest Abe. COA FROM AWARD WINNING AUTHOR AND WORLD RENOWN AUTHENTICATOR STEPHEN KOSCHAL. I HAVE PERSONALLY RELIED ON STEPHEN EXPERTISE AS A 3RD PARTY AUTHENTICATOR FOR MANY YEARS. HE IS SIMPLY THE ABSOLUTE BEST IN CLASS IN THE INDUSTRY. Stephen Koschal is well known as a legendary pioneer in the autograph hobby/industry working with law enforcement on International levels. The following is just one of many testimonials. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation. On behalf of the FBI, I thank you for your assistance in the investigation and prosecution of forger Steve Lyons, one of the convicted subjects in the FBI’s Operation Bullpen case. The hours you spent working with Special Agent Timothy Fitzsimmons and Assistant United States Attorney Melanie Pierson were very helpful to the government’s case. Your knowledge and professionalism resulted in Judge Jeffrey T. Miller accepting your trial testimony, after qualifying you as an expert witness in this matter. You should know that in the recent sentencing of Steve Lyons, Judge Miller singled out your expert testimony as very illuminating. In describing the overwhelming evidence against Lyons, Miller noted that even without Lyon’s recorded conversations, the government presented a clear case that was clarified through your testimony. Judge Miller ultimately sentenced Lyons to 36 months in federal prison. I also want to thank you for your continuing assistance to law enforcement in combating memorabilia fraud. I know you have assisted SA Fitzsimmons, as well as other agencies, on other matters and I encourage you to continue in this worthwhile endeavor. Boschen, Supervisory Special Agent. The following is what the President of the U. Had to say about me in writing. I want to thank you for doing so much to promote autograph collecting in general and the U. March 3, 1993, Bob Erickson, President, U. Below, you will read statements, from another president of the U. Who was a member of the Ethics Committee, a V/P of the U. And a Board Member. In the past I have been asked to assist all the high profile companies who claim to authenticate autographs. I have also been asked to join their staff but refuse to do so. Because of all the mistakes made by all the authenticating companies, I simply can’t afford to have my name placed on their Certificates of Authentication for items I would not see. The following is a partial grouping of assorted testimonials from both autograph collectors, dealers and autograph authenticators. I, Michael Frost President and lead authenticator of P. Professional Autograph Authentication Services have known Stephen Koschal for over 20 years. I would consider him as the top autograph expert in the world today. Stephen Koschal’s library of autograph exemplars is second to none and I have had the pleasure of using and viewing his autograph exemplar library. Stephen Koschal has written many books and 100’s of articles on autograph collecting and autograph reviews and authentication. Stephen Koschal is one of my teachers and mentors when it comes to autograph studies and authentication. I have spent 100’s of hours working with Stephen Koschal as well as reviewing his authentication work. I have always found him to be very professional and one of the most honest people I ever met within the autograph industry. I’d like to meet you. You are one of the few professionals who seems knowledgeable, sincere and reasonable…. Steve, thanks so much for your opinion…. There are few people in this industry I have trust in their judgment like you…………………………………………………………… Jimmy Spence I really admire your passion in your writings. Thanks for reassuring me, I really appreciate it and sharing your extensive knowledge. I feel that your opinion is more than enough… I respect you and consider you a friend… You’re an autograph encyclopedia…………………………………………………………………….. Steve Cyrkin, Former owner of Autograph Collector Magazine, California. I love you and admire your energy… I have always looked at you as an honest man and true friend…………………………………………………………………………. Roger Epperson, Texas, JSA Authenticator. Your work may have helped change the certs which now clearly say that only one or more have looked at the item. Thus in some regard you have been part of the solution… Hope your voice changes other policy… In fact when people ask me about you and your expertise I always give you glowing reports in fact I say that you are among the few left who really knows what he’s doing… John Reznikoff, Connecticut, PSA and JSA Authenticator Stephen Koschal- one of the Founding Fathers of Modern Day Autograph Collecting.. Kevin Martin, Corona, Ca. One of the finest experts on autographs in the world today… Anyone who knows Steve well has great respect for his depth of knowledge of autographs and the hobby……………………………………………………………………… Bob (Eaton) asked if I could ask you for a favor… Would it be possible for you to type up a general endorsement of our company on your letterhead… As far as we are concerned, you are one of, if not the most respected autograph authorities we know, and it we think it would be quite impressive to have a good word from you about us… I consider you a pioneer in this field– I have only been involved 5 or 6 years. Never met anyone as decent and versed as you in this hobby/industry. Always a pleasure to speak with!!! Your experience always brings a smile to my face…. ” Richard Simon, Sports Autograph Expert/Authenticator “… He is interested in becoming a certified authenticator. I hope you don’t mind my giving him your name… You can set him straight on what it takes to become an expert… Chris Jaeckel, New York, Walter Benjamin Autographs… I sit in humble awe-oh great one! The advice was priceless… Stodolski, New Hampshire, Autograph Dealer You’re a good man… A gentleman and a scholar. Jimmy (James Spence) and I needed a second opinion on this Nixon piece, and we would like your thoughts… We continually seek the advice and council of competent individuals outside our organization in the collectibles market-dealers, auctioneers, collectors-such as you… Michael Haynes, California, Chief Executive Officer, PSA/DNA. What I really appreciate is the fact that you turn collecting autographs into a science and that is exactly what our hobby deserves… Heinz-Ulrich Kammeier, Germany, V/P, German Autograph Club. You have a lot of new ideas for promoting our hobby around the world. I and our club are always with you…. We are thankful for your active support to Autograph Peace museum. Our idea is to display the World Peace message duly autographed by the World renowned personalities in the Museum. I will send you the full details of the Museum soon. The same was schedule to be open this month but are getting delayed due to internal construction work. I think this will be the first such Autograph Museum in the World. We want you to be actively involved with the Museum. In fact we want you to be one of our Honorable Guests to Inaugurate the Museum. If you kindly give your precious consent to inaugurate the Museum then we will open it as per your convenience date. Since our other guest likely to be the Dalai Lama will be in India based so the date will not be a problem for him. Sending herewith on “Autograph For Peace” card to be autographed by you. Kindly also write some message on “World Peace” and return….. Santosh Kumar Lahoti, Founder Autograph Peace museum, Founder of Autograph Collectors Club of India Steve, thanks for looking out for everyone. You’re a breath of fresh air… Teraoka, La Palma, CA Stephen Koschal is a legend in the world of autographs! Richard Payne, Duluth, Ga” “We have been using (name withheld but one of the two high profile authenticating companies) as third party authenticators. Can you help by examining them… Could you give it a quick look-over and get back to me? I hope all is well with you and I thank you for your last minute help. Doug Norwine, Texas, Director Music & Entertainment, Heritage Galleries/Auctioneers… Bill (Miller, Autograph Collector Magazine) is a blessing to me. He is truly my best friend and best mentor a person could have. I’m very thankful that through him, I got to know who you are better because he is so honest that I know that when he thinks highly of someone like he does of you, it is dead on target… When someone has done something as long as you have, there is wisdom that many can benefit… Considering your recent articles, I wanted to bring to your attention an item that I have received several reports about… Unfortunately, the authenticators that advise me on these matters are torn as to the authenticity of this piece. I wanted to bring it to your attention in the hopes that you could shed light on this item… I just wanted you to know I congratulate you on your win. I voted for you! I was so disgruntled with Herman (Darvick) I chose not to run for V. I’m glad to see you back.. Paul Carr, Maryland, V/P, U. Thanks for the support of the ethics board. It makes life easier with guys like you pulling on the same side of the rope… Word has just reached me that you have resigned from the UACC. If this is true I want to say a few things. One, you are an excellent autograph scholar whose books no one can take away from you. Two, you are an excellent autograph dealer and are welcome at my autograph fairs. Four, you fought the fight with all your strength. I will remember how you worked to get a bad dealer expelled, regardless of his position in the UACC, and no one can take that from you. If you have chosen to put your efforts where they will bear sweeter fruit, so be it… Michael Hecht, California, President, UACC. This I will press on our members and committee all the UACC not just the UACC UK, Even Bob Erickson (President UACC) agrees with me and it was he who suggested that I ask you to rejoin theUACC… Roy Deeley, Director UACC. Formally express our firm’s sincere appreciation, and the appreciation of our client, Bill Miller on whose behalf you testified in the recent case against Collectors Universe, Inc. It was quite telling that after I finished my direct examination of you, Collectors Universe’s lawyers chose not to ask you one question on cross examination. If we ever need to retain an expert witness in the field of autograph authentication, you will be our first choice… Albert, Boudreau, Albert & Wohlfeil, LLP Attorneys At Law, San Diego, CA. The hours you spent working with Special Agent Timothy Fitzsimmons and assistant United States Attorney Melanie Pierson were very helpful in the government’s case. Miller accepting your trial testimony, after qualifying you as an expert witness in this matter, You should know that in the recent sentencing of Steve Lyons, Judge Miller singled out your expert testimony as very illuminating… I also want to thank you for your continuing assistance to law enforcement in combating memorabilia fraud… I encourage you to continue in this worthwhile endeavor. Boschen, California, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI. Your last letter was of great help to me and I enormously appreciate your efforts in trying to stop the forgers, not just of my appraisals, but in every area… Charles Hamilton, New York, World’s Acknowledged Authority on Autographs. Seymour Halpern, New York Congressman, Collector. Thank you very much for the interesting and informative signature study of my signature. I will look into the franking signature situation… Ford, President of the United States. I write a bi-monthly column on books for a local Oregon newspaper, and would like to note this as one of the best Hoover pieces, but would first like an affirmation from an expert like yourself… In every issue I found information on Presidential and First lady autographs…. Your help is very important to me. Bowing in your direction, Stephen, and thanks especially for the quick turnaround. I won’t forget the kindness…. I received the Trump book and I have already read it! I think you have made a very deep research, the world of collectors could be thankful to you. Many times I have seen preprint signatures considered as genuine by official writing authenticators. In this industry, you need to be an autograph expert, not just a writing expert. You need to know the habits of the celebrity. Thank you again for your book and I hope to meet you one time! … Because you have my utmost confidence and respect in your judgment pertaining to the value of precious books and collections, I thought I might impose on our friendship a bit and ask you if you would consider… Certainly I count you in that number! Hatfield, United States Senator, Oregon… I shall do my best to keep this very considerable spark alive. From your story of Julius Caesar to Bogart you had the rapt attention of all. I was impressed by your preparation, the history of paper…. Katharine Poulton, Florida, Four Arts Children’s Library… The good guy award is a good thing… I nominate you first simply because of all your service to the hobby for all the decades… Trying to help the UACC yet they don’t truly thank you… You have led the fight against corruption, against those that sell bad items under the cover of third party scams. You have called out the jokesters… Todd Mueller, Colorado, Autograph Auctioneer… I’ve done a lot of business with… And he gave you the highest marks as an autograph dealer and good guy… I think you are one of the most knowledgeable and honest authorities on the subject and I think you have done a world of good for the autograph collecting community, would you do me the honor of sending me your signature… Keep up the good work bringing out the less than scrupulous dealers into the light… You are a fountain of knowledge and the wisdom that only experience can instill… New Mexico, Collector… It’s not common to find people like you that have a dedication in this hobby for the amount of years of experience you have. You are truly one in a zillion…………………………………………………………….. I have just read your article in the Pen & Quill… Thank you for contributing your remarkable experience with us members of the U. May I say how very helpful your article is… Which appears in the Pen & Quill. I would add that I believe it is among the most helpful essays published during my membership in the UACC… Thanks for your continuing efforts on behalf of the rest of us. Again, know of my personal appreciation for all your service to our avocation… Of Georgia took the initiative to recommend you highly to me as not only an expert but as a man of integrity as well… You are one of my most admired persons who had inspired me in my life… May I have a signed picture of you… Just to let you know I received your immediate answer to my request…. I think you’re a class act…. May I add a word of appreciation for your excellent article… I fear that, as I read it, I found myself breaking the Commandment which forbids envy! You have rendered a service to both the neophyte and experienced collector… I hope the enclosed JFK is authentic… Thanks to you for continuing the good fight. Decent collectors like myself are very dependent on equally decent professionals like yourself… Your willingness to take the time to help a new collector is, unfortunately not universal It speaks well of you and I want to express my appreciation… Thank you once again Stephen for writing and being so kind. You’ve restored my faith in people, I thought that all people were out for what they could get. I know now that there are still people who like to share… Steve Koschal, has discovered that there is quite a market for Ronnie Biggs autographs. Steve is an autograph expert… Ronnie Biggs, Brazil, quote from his book Odd Man Out, My Life On The Loose And The Truth About The Great Train Robbery. Oh well-you know what a great service I think you do for the collecting community at large…. Bill Butts, Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts. Keep up the great work… You are the only breath of fresh air out there right now… Your contributions to the hobby are invaluable… There is not many autograph celebrity experts like you….. Thank you so much for your service… Other than watch dogs like you there isnt anyone protecting this hobby that I love….. Ive been recommending your site to many of my friends who collect historical autographs… Of all the business experiences I have had in my life the worst part of it has been in the autograph portion, with its fake autographs, crooked dealers, and authenticators who dont know what they are talking about. The worst think that happens is greed takes over and one looses his principals. Keep up the good work…. Again, I love what you are doing, and as someone who recognizes that there are very few of us with knowledge of autographs and the courage to stand up to this crap, your efforts are much appreciated. I can assure you that I will be referring people to your site. As many as I can…. Thanks for your long and tireless efforts to make this a better business & hobby….. If someone would like to call, if possible Id appreciate it if it could be Steve Koschal… Some of it obviously had great value, as the response from JSA was to pull the lot… Robert Lifson, President, Robert Edward Auctions I told ____at ____ that I was concerned about the autographs being authentic. I agreed to pay for an independent authentication____said he would reimburse me if they were not authentic. I told ____ I thought you (Steve Koschal) was the best authenticator to get a professional opinion. Great Book (Signature Study of President Donald Trump). You have also cleverly left the field open for you to write a sequel after his presidency. As a long time collector of presidential autographed material, and particularly signed executive Mansion and The White House cards, I’ve long ben an admirer of yours. Given that I consider you to be the foremost expert on these cards and also have no doubt that you are an expert authenticator in general………………………………………. Steve, glad to see someone honest has gotten into the business of autograph authentication.. Barb Pengelly- The Autograph Lady In the December 23, 2005, Sports Collectors Digest, autograph dealer Stephen Koschal offers his thoughts on provenance. Koschal, who is generally considered the nation’s leading authority on presidential autographs, states… Ron Keurajian, Michigan, Baseball Hall of Fame Autograph Expert, Author of Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs, A Reference Guide, 2012. I have tremendous respect for your knowledge… Thank you for undertaking this work. I’m very appreciative that you are willing to share your lifetime of experience with me. Bill Scheffler, CT & CA. I personally think you are the best in the industry. I recommend you every chance I have the opportunity to do so. You bring Brilliance to the industry. You have contributed more to the autograph community than anyone in the industry. Received your 3 reference books which joins the many others in my special library. Your works are very precious and useful….. The item “ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED PRE CIVIL WAR DOCUMENT JAMES AND LINCOLN CIRCA 1852″ is in sale since Saturday, July 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “rachelemandelgallery” and is located in Chicago Heights, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • President: Abraham Lincoln
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: ABRAHAM LLINCOLN
  • Autograph Authentication: STEPHEN KOSCHAL AUTHENTICATION

Abraham Lincoln Signed Pre CIVIL War Document James And Lincoln Circa 1852

Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens

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Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens
Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens
Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens

Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens
The Only Abraham Lincoln Letter to his Fiancée Mary Owens Still in Private HandsLong on Politics, Short on Love. Write back as soon as you get this, and if possible say something that will please me, for really I have not been pleased since I left you. Here, Lincoln perfectly demonstrates what Owens later described as deficiencies in those little links which make up the chain of a womans happiness. Rather than expressing his feelings for Owens, Lincoln complains about his health and discusses political issues swirling in the Illinois General Assembly. Although inept at love, the letter offers rare insight into the young representatives thoughts on a variety of political issues. In this highly important letter to Mary Owens, a self-absorbed Lincoln complains to his potential spouse of his health, both physical and mental, and discusses political issues to the point that he describes his own letter as dry and stupid. Perhaps more revealing than he realized, it illustrates the tension in Lincolns early life between matters of the head, with which he was comfortable, and matters of the heart, with which he clearly was not. Autograph Letter Signed, to Mary S. Owens, December 13, 1836, 2 pp. 9¾ x 7¾ in. I have been sick ever since my arrival here, or I should have written sooner. It is but little difference, however, as I have verry little even yet to write. And more, the longer I can avoid the mortification of looking in the Post Office for your letter and not finding it, the better. I dont like verry well to risk you again. Ill try you once more anyhow. The new State House is not yet finished, and consequently the legislature is doing little or nothing. The Governor delivered an inflamitory political message , and it is expected there will be some sparring between the parties about it as soon as the two Houses get to business. Taylor delivered up his petitions for the New County to one of our members this morning. There are names enough on the petitions, I think to justify the members from our county in going for it; but if the members from Morgan oppose it, which they say they will, the chance will be bad. Our chance to take the seat of Government to Springfield is better than I expected. An Internal Improvement Convention was held here since we met, which recommended a loan of several millions of dollars on the faith of the state to construct Rail Roads. Some of the legislature are for it and some against it; which has the majority I can. There is great strife and struggling for the office of U. Senator here at this time. It is probable we shall ease their pains in a few days. The opposition men have no candidate of their own, and consequently they smile as complacently at the angry snarls of the contending Van Buren candidates and their respective friends, as the Christian does at Satans rage. You recollect I mentioned in the outset of this letter that I had been unwell. I really can not endure the thought of staying here ten weeks. Give my respects to M. This is one of the ten oldest Lincoln letters known to have survived. Although 11 leaves (9 of which are in institutions) from Lincolns educational sum book, a few documents written or signed by Abraham Lincoln in 1832 relating to his service in the Black Hawk War (again, mostly in institutions), and several early legal documents for his New Salem neighbors have survived, very few of Lincolns business or personal letters exist from the 1830s. This letter to Mary Owens from December 1836 is Lincolns earliest personal letter known to have survived, as well as being his earliest letter to a woman. It is also rich in political content and is unlike most surviving early Lincoln letters in that regard. Lincoln apparently never wrote to Mary Rutledge, and no letters are known from his courtship with Mary Todd. Lincoln wrote this first letter from Vandalia, and the other two from Springfield, in May and August of 1837. This is the only known Lincoln letter to Owens in private hands. He voted in his first election on August 1 and became a clerk in Offutts store soon thereafter. Later that year, he began writing legal documents for friends in New Salem. The following Spring, he became a candidate for the Illinois General Assembly. The Black Hawk War intervened, and from April to July 1832, Lincoln served three separate enlistments in northern Illinois. Although never engaged in battle, Lincoln, to his surprise and delight, was elected captain of his company by his friends and neighbors. More than a quarter century later, he reflected that this election was a success which gave me more pleasure than any I have had since. After his company was discharged, he twice reenlisted as a private in other companies. Early in 1833, he and William F. That same year, Mary Owens came from Kentucky to visit her sister Elizabeth Abell, who lived with her husband and children near New Salem. Lincoln, a frequent visitor to the Abells, met Owens at this time. By early 1834, Lincoln was working as a deputy surveyor, and he again campaigned for election to the General Assembly. He won one of the four seats in the Illinois House of Representatives for Sangamon County, and he took office in December 1834 in the state capital at Vandalia. As a freshman representative, he largely followed the lead of fellow Whig representative from Sangamon County, John T. Stuart, who encouraged him to study law. He also developed a friendship or perhaps a romance with Ann Rutledge, the local tavern-keepers daughter. When she died of typhoid fever in August 1835, Lincoln was severely depressed. In the spring of 1836, he began the process of obtaining a license to practice law. After campaigning in the summer, he won reelection to the Illinois House of Representatives on August 1, and gained admission to the bar on September 9. He tried his first case in October. He began his second term in the legislature on December 5, 1836, just a week before writing Mary Owens, who was again visiting her sister near New Salem. Among the new legislators in this session was Stephen A. Douglass, who later dropped the second s from his name, would be Lincolns rival for the next twenty-five years. While Lincoln served four terms in the Illinois House of Representatives and one term in the U. House of Representatives, Douglas(s) served one term in the Illinois House of Representatives, as Illinois Secretary of State, as Associate Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, two terms in the U. House of Representatives, and three terms in the U. In 1856, Lincoln looked back on his and his rivals careers and reflected sourly, Twenty-two years ago Judge Douglas and I first became acquainted. We were both young then; he a trifle younger than I. Even then, we were both ambitious; I, perhaps, quite as much so as he. With me , the race of ambition has been a failurea flat failure; with him it has been one of splendid success. Lincoln went on to lose to Douglas in the Senatorial campaign of 1858, where Republican candidates won the majority of votes, but the state legislature, still controlled by the Democrats, selected Douglas over Lincoln. Two years later, aided by the national attention brought to him by his debates with Douglas and by a divided Democratic party, Lincoln triumphed over Douglas for the Presidency in 1860. Senator, and incorporated the city of Chicago. Near the end of the session, in March 1837, Lincoln and fellow legislator Dan Stone entered their protest against slaveryand abolitionismin the Illinois House of Representatives. Lincolns letter to Rushville lawyer William A. Minshall in December 1837, is perhaps most like this letter among Lincolns early productions. Written from Springfield, Lincoln asked about the political prospects of his law partner John T. Stuart in his campaign for a seat in Congress. We have adopted it as part of our policy here, Lincoln wrote, to never speak of Douglass at all. Isnt that the best mode of treating so small a matter? Stuart went on to defeat Douglass very narrowly in August 1838 for a seat in the U. After returning from the legislature, Lincoln moved to Springfield and became John T. Stuarts junior law partner in April. From Springfield, he wrote two more letters to Mary Owens, in May and August, the latter of which seems to have brought an end to their awkward relationship. She attended boarding school at Nazareth Academy, a Catholic school that accepted Protestants. She first visited New Salem, Illinois, in 1833 to visit her sister, Elizabeth Abell. Lincoln was apparently impressed when they met. Abell agreed to invite Mary back to New Salem, but only if Lincoln would agree to marry her. It is not certain whether Lincoln agreed seriously or in jest. Despite coming to some sort of understanding concerning marriage, Lincoln was awkward and uncomfortable in the presence of women his age (both he and Mary were 24 years old), and unsure of his romantic feelings toward Mary and her intentions toward him. The relationship soon showed signs of strain. They moved to Platte County, Missouri, where he and his brother founded Pleasant Ridge College in the 1850s. Jesse Vineyard died during the Civil War, and their sons fought for the Confederacy. During the eight months between this letter and Lincolns last known letter to Mary Owens dated August 16, 1837, the relationship deteriorated. Mary, perhaps frustrated by Lincolns emotional confusion towards her, appears to have demanded a commitment on Lincolns part. In his next and last known letter to Mary, the unsure Lincoln offers an agonizing soliloquy regarding his feelings. At times appearing to speak more to himself than to Mary, he vacillates between making a commitment to marriage and breaking off the relationship entirely. Mary ultimately rejected Lincolns half-hearted offer to go ahead with their intended marriage. Eight months after this letter, Lincoln attempted to make light of the failed relationship in a letter to Eliza Caldwell Browning, one of his few women friends and the wife of his political ally and fellow attorney Orville Hickman Browning. In that April 1, 1838, letter, Lincoln tells the story of his relationship with Mary in the self-deprecating style that became a characteristic of his writing. In a cruel piece of hyperbole, Lincoln described seeing Mary again for the first time in three years: I knew she was over-size, but she now appeared a fair match for Falstaff; I knew she was called an old maid, and I felt no doubt of the truth of at least half of the appelation; but now, when I beheld her, I could not for my life avoid thinking of my mother; and this, not from withered features, for her skin was too full of fat, to permit its contracting in to wrinkles; but from her want of teeth, weather-beaten appearance in general, and from a kind of notion that ran in my head, that nothing could have commenced at the size of infancy, and reached her present bulk in less than thirtyfive or forty years; and, in short, I was not all pleased with her. He reported to Browning that he had gotten out of the relationship with no violation of word, honor or conscience. In mock legal terminology, he explained that he made the proposal to her direct, but to his shock and dismay, she rejected him. After trying again and again, and being rebuffed as many times, he found himself mortified almost beyond endurance. With deeply wounded vanity, he realized that he was really a little in love with Mary Owens. Although the girls had made fools of other men, in this case, Lincoln admitted, Imade a fool of myself. Historic Documents and Legacy Collections. For over 20 years, Seth Kaller has been one of the countrys largest buyers of important historic documents and artifacts. More than 10,000 rare manuscripts, documents, maps, and books handled by Kaller are now in institutional and private collections including working drafts of the United States Constitution, Lincoln-signed copies of the 13th Amendment and Emancipation Proclamation, and rare prints and broadsides of the Declaration of Independence. Kaller is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA), the Professional Autograph Dealers Association (PADA), the American Antiquarian Society, the Manuscript Society, the New-York Historical Societys Chairmans Council, and the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Advisory Board. Everything we sell comes with our absolute guarantee that it is original and authentic. History You Can Own. Whether youre interested in the Founding Fathers, Documents of Freedom, Battles and Leaders, the Civil War, African-Americana, World History, Science, or a particular hero or villain, we can help you explore opportunities to take ownership of history. Build Your Own Collection. We can coordinate every aspect of the process for you, from searching for individual items to building entire world-class collections for your home, business, foundation, or favorite museum. Help Your Favorite Institution. Build a legacy by preserving history for generations to come. Through donations and loans to your favorite museum, library, or university, you ensure the survival of these important documents and act as a steward for personalities and ideas that shaped the world. The item “Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens” is in sale since Thursday, January 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Political\US\Presidents & First Ladies”. The seller is “sethkaller” and is located in White Plains, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Abraham Lincoln Autograph Letter Signed to his Fiancée Mary Owens

CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA

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CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA
CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA
CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA
CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA
CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA

CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA
CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED AND DATED AUGUST 9, 1864 BY LINCOLN TO SEC OF WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS COA FROM PSA/DNA. Boldly penned Civil War-dated autograph endorsement as president, signed A. Lincoln, penned on the reverse of a one-page letter addressed to Adjutant General Lorenzo Thomas by Pennsylvania Congressman Charles O’Neill, dated August 9, 1864 by Lincoln. O’Neill’s letter, in part: My friend Mr. King, a very prominent citizen of Philadelphia, desires a leave of absence for his son Liuet. King of the 15th U. Infantry, who has just left the Hospital at Lookout Mountain, after a very severe spell of sickness and is now on light duty near that locality. ” Lincoln’s endorsement, dated August 10, 1864, in full: “Sec. Of War, please give Lieut. King the leave of absence for thirty days as requested. In very good to fine condition, with light splitting and toning along the folds, and some old tape to the blank panel. The item “CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA” is in sale since Sunday, January 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “rachelemandelgallery” and is located in Chicago Heights, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: ABRAHAM LINCOLN
  • Autograph Authentication: (PSA/DNA)

CIVIL WAR DATED ABRAHAM LINCOLN NOTE SiGNED TO SEC WAR FROM GENERAL THOMAS PSA

Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic

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Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic

Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic
Signature has been inspected and certified authentic by PSA/DNA and encapsulated. Lincoln cut from a legal document. Picture is a printed photographic bust portrait of Lincoln taken by Alexander Hesler in Springfield, IL on June 3, 1860. Provenance: Charles Sessler, Philadelphia. Signature is in fair condition with a few tears, but is dark and bold! See close up picture for condition of the signature. This beautiful piece of history comes also with a premium LOA (Letter of Authenticity). The item “ABRAHAM LINCOLN PREDIDENT SIGNED / AUTOGRAPH PSA DNA AUTHENTIC” is in sale since Saturday, January 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “kana4″ and is located in Holly, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Abraham Lincoln Predident Signed / Autograph Psa Dna Authentic

Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA

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Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA
Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA

Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA
Abraham Lincoln Autograph Handwritten and Signed Note as President August 20, 1864 PSA. As 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln handwrote and signed this note during the Civil War on August 20, 1864. The note reads as followed.. Of War, please see the bearer & have his case fairly examined, whose loss in our service certainly entitles him to so much. Authenticated and slabbed by PSA. Visit Our New York City Store! BRIGANDI COINS & COLLECTIBLES. New York, NY 10022. Store Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30am- 5 : 0 0pm Vi sit Our Website! The item “Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA” is in sale since Monday, January 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Political\Presidential”. The seller is “brigandicoinsandcollectibles” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Autograph Authentication: Professional Sports (PSA/DNA)
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • President: Abraham Lincoln
  • Signed by: Abraham Lincoln
  • Year: 1864

Abraham Lincoln Autograph. Handwritten Signed Auto Note as President, 1864. PSA

1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA

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1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA

1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA
1862 ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Military Appointment with JSA Letter of Authenticity. Offered for sale is an original 1862 Presidential Civil War Appointment signed by Abraham Lincoln. Measures around 13.5 x 17.5 inches, professionally framed to 25 x 30 inches. Specifically, appointing to Brigadier General, Lovett Rousseau, on March 11, 1862. Counter signed by Edwin Stanton as the Secretary of War. Standard docketing notes in the upper left corner above the original blue Presidential seal. No expense was spared to place this into a custom and archival frame (under glass) and matte, with an engraved plaque and photo, ready to be displayed on your wall. Includes a full Letter of Authenticity and guaranteed original, as discussed below. At the exact day of this signing, Lincoln was heavily involved in the Civil War, removing George McClellen as his General-in-Chief of the Union Army. We can state with confidence, in our 25+ years of dealing with Lincoln memorabilia, this is the cleanest Civil War Appointment document we have ever handled or seen. Overall grade at a strong near mint to pristine condition, with a pristine Lincoln signature. This was extremely well protected in its 150+ year existence. This is in the top 3% quality level of all signed Lincoln documents, worthy of upgrading into the finest of collections. The signature of Abraham Lincoln have been JSA (James Spence Authentication) certified authentic. Includes a Full photo JSA (James Spence Authentication) LOA (letter of authenticity) with certification number: Z97481 and photo ensuring authenticity of this item. Letter is pictured below. Certification number can be looked up and verified on the JSA – SpenceLOA website. PSA/DNA uses state-of-the-art technology to protect your genuine valuable collectible from any foul play. Once an item is deemed genuine, along with the photo and certificate, the item is marked with invisible DNA laced ink: naked to the eye but verifiable through a specially calibrated infrared laser. Each item is assigned its own alphanumeric number, and any interested party can verify authenticity online even as items change hands time after time. Please see all the photos below. Condition: The document is in an overall incredible near mint+ condition. Lincoln’s full name signature is pristine and stands out. Overall paper quality is simply the best we have ever seen, on this over 150 year old document. Most of Lincoln’s Civil War appointments are found with heavy fading and toning to the paper. The preservation level on this sheet is about as fresh as when it was created. The document has the usual paper folds with a couple small (under 0.5 inch) separations along the fold. Housed in a custom archival frame and matte. An excellent signed display piece of one of the most influential Presidents, ready to put up on your wall. The item may also be picked up in the Los Angeles area with prior arrangements. KEY: vintage old antique art book greatest photo photograph signature autograph autographed collectible john wilkes booth mary todd DS slavery general captain brigadier united states political JSA psa/dna beckett. The item “1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA” is in sale since Friday, September 20, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Political\US\Presidents & First Ladies”. The seller is “calisun9″ and is located in Encino, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Counter-signed by Secretary of War: Edwin Stanton
  • Date: March 11, 1862
  • Authentication: JSA Letter of Authenticity
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • First Lady: Mary Todd Lincoln
  • President: Abraham Lincoln
  • Material: Paper
  • Appointment Type: Civil War – Brigadier General
  • Type: Government Document
  • Year: 1862
  • Term in Office: 1861-65

1862 President ABRAHAM LINCOLN Signed Civil War Document Appt. Autograph PSA/JSA