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    Albert Gallatin Letter Signed "Albert Gallatin." One page, 8" x 10", Treasury Department; March 29, 1804. A letter to Dudley B. Hobart transmitting and act of Congress (not present). The letter reads: "Enclosed, I transmit for your government, a printed copy of An Act of Congress, entitled 'An Act to amend the Act entitled An Act concerning the registering and recording of Ships and Vessels" passed on the 27th of the present month." Letter has been matted to an overall size of 12.25" x 14.25". From the Estate of Malcolm S. Forbes.

    Condition: Usual mail folds with toning along folds. Minor wear and creasing, with small hole at upper fold, but overall very fine.


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    18th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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