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Antonin Scalia

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Antonin Gregory Scalia, 1936—. Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, 1986—.  Rare 4½" x 6½" glossy formal color portrait, mounted to an 8" x 10" mount and inscribed and signed on the mount To Jim Young / with best regards / Antonin Scalia. We understand that this photograph was given to a Supreme Court employee.  Scalia has signed in black.

Despite his gregarious personality, Scalia rarely signs autographs except in person.  Requests sent through the Supreme Court are usually fulfilled with Autopen signatures.  Indeed, we recently saw a group photograph of the entire Supreme Court, owned by a former Court employee, that was genuinely signed by most of the justices but nevertheless bore an Autopen signature of Scalia.  Hence this photograph is extremely desirable.

The photograph is framed under glass in a mahogany color and black frame; we are told that the framing is to preservation standards, but we have not removed the photograph from the frame and therefore do not guarantee the quality of the framing. The piece is in extra fine condition, as far as it appears without being removed from the frame.


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