Abraham Lincoln Cut Signature 2019 Ha Civil War Divided U.s. President Autograph
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Abraham Lincoln Cut Signature 2019 Ha Civil War Divided U.s. President Autograph:
Abraham Lincoln Cut Signature as President! Dated: July 1st, 1864Pulled directly from a box of 2019 Historic Autographs Civil War Divided. Top 6 Reasons Why You Need To Buy This Lincoln Autograph: 1) It's already slabbed and authenticated by Beckett Authentication Services (BAS), which costs $250 and months of waiting. 2) This is the rarer, full-name version of Abraham Lincoln's signature, which he only used when signing official documents. His abbreviated "A. Lincoln" signature is much more common. 3) It's rare to find any presidential cut signature with a date on it, let alone a Lincoln cut signature! A presidential autograph holds much more value if it's from when the president was in office. You can make out the date on the clipped signature as July 1, 1864 - it reads, "First Day of July...[missing] Sixty four...", which equates to July 1st, 1864, since we can safely assume it wasn't from any other century besides the 18th century. 4) It's bold and sharp! I may end up sending it back to Beckett to get the signature graded, because I think it would get a 9 or 10. 5) It was cut from a military commission (appointment) document, which you can determine by the artwork at the bottom of the paper clipping. 6) FREE DOMESTIC EXPRESS SHIPPING or LOCAL PICKUP (I'm located near Detroit, MI) ** This is a private listing, which allows buyers to remain anonymous when they offer on or buy an item. Usernames are hidden from other members viewing the listing and can only be seen by the seller ** INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Other than Hong Kong, every country charges import duties and taxes. Usually the buyer pays these fees on delivery, directly to their mail carrier, but because of the high value of the item, and the high cost of duties and taxes that will most likely accompany it, I will calculate and add those fees to your total shipping cost and then pay them upfront; therefore, you won't have to pay any surprise import fees on delivery. For more information about import duties and taxes, please go here: https://pages..com/taxes/