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    Calvin Coolidge Endorsed 1926 Presidential Paycheck Partly printed presidential paycheck endorsed on verso: "Deposit/Calvin Coolidge" as President, 8.5" x 3.25". Washington, D.C., April 30, 1926. "Treasurer of the United States / Pay Six Thousand Two Hundred Fifty ### Dollars / $6,250.00 / To The Order of Calvin Coolidge President of the United States / The White House / Washington DC." Coolidge's annual salary as President was $75,000, payable at $6,250 monthly. Coolidge served as Warren Harding's Vice President (1921-1923), succeeding him as 30th U.S. President (1923-1929) after Harding's death. Tiny bank cancellation holes just nick "Deposit," not the signature. Lightly soiled on verso, else fine condition. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    13th Wednesday
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