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    Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Partially Printed Military Commission Signed, "A.L. de Sta Anna", one page, 10.5" x 17.25", Tacubaya, Mexico, August 20, 1853. Santa Anna, here titled "National Hero, Major General, Knight of Great Cross of the Royal and Distinguished Spanish Order of Charles III, and as President of the Mexican Republic", confers upon Lieutenant D. Estevan Zamora a commission of "2nd Assistant of the Permanent Battalion of Grenadiers of the Guard of the Supreme". Affixed with embossed national seal and having seven endorsements on the verso. A large and impressive document with a bold, legible signature. One turned corner, minor splits along smoothed folds. Fine condition. From the collection of Darrel Brown.

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    December, 2007
    1st-3rd Saturday-Monday
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