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Signatures

Signers are listed alphabetically

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Signatures are at once the most basic and perhaps the most ornate and beautiful of autographs.  These pieces are mostly simple signatures signed on cards or clipped from letters or documents.  The list covers all historical fields.  We almost always have signatures that we have not yet listed online, so contact us for signatures of personalities that you do not find here.

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Blanche K. Bruce - crisp signature of the first African-American to serve a full term in the United States Senate, the first to receive votes at a major party’s national nominating convention, and the first to have his signature on U.S. currency, unframed

Benjamin F. Butler - bold signature of the Union Major General and Massachusetts Republican representative, co-author of the Civil Rights Act of 1875, unframed

Samuel L. Clemens - Mark Twain - bold dual signatures, Saml L. Clemens / Mark Twain, on a card, perfect for framing

Charles Darwin - bold signature of the father of the theory of evolution on a card, unframed

Geronimo - rare bold ink signature of the Apache Native American leader, signed in person at the 1904 Worldʼs Fair in St. Louis, unframed

Ulysses S. Grant - large signature of Grant from April 1885, less than three months before his death, unframed

Winfield Scott Hancock - nice frameable signature of the Union major general known as “Hancock the Superb,” unframed

Julia Ward Howe - signature of the writer of The Battle Hymn of the Republic on a small card, with a portrait suitable for framing

Howell Jackson - beautiful, scarce signature of Justice Jackson, as Senator from Tennessee, hand dated on an album page, 8-1-1882, unframed

Joseph R. Lamar - scarce fountain pen signature of Justice Lamar, from the personal collection of Justice Tom C. Clark, unframed

Fitzhugh Lee - bold signature of the former Confederate cavalry general as Governor of Virginia, ca. 1886–1890, on a card, unframed

George Washington Custis Lee - signature of the Confederate major general, son of Robert E. Lee, unframed

Nathaniel Lyon - scarce, bold signature, with rank and date, of the first general killed in the Civil War, unframed

James C. McReynolds - fine signature of Justice McReynolds clipped from a letter, unframed

Levi P. Morton - bold signature of Morton, Vice President under Benjamin Harrison, dated in his hand 3-10-1895 as Governor of New York, unframed

Sir Julian Pauncefote - bold signature and title of the noted diplomat, Britain’s first ambassador to the United States, 1895

Mahlon Pitney - scarce Court-date signature of Justice Pitney clipped from a letter, unframed

Frederic Remington - bold signature on a card of the renowned American Old West artist, perfect for framing

Brigham Young - nice brown ink signature of Young on a card, unframed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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