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    James Monroe Check Signed as the fifth president. One page, 6" x 2.25", 1821, n.p. This $200 check, issued by the Bank of the United States, is payable to Robert Warren. Monroe (1758-1831) served as president from 1817 until 1825. During his administration, the Missouri Compromise was passed and Florida was acquired from Spain. This document, with original rough-cut edges and prominent stylized eagle, contains a very nice, bold presidential signature making it excellent for display. Fine.

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    March, 2009
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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