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    John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy Inscribed and Signed Christmas Card Intended for Use in December 1963. One page, 6" x 4.5", [Washington, D.C.]; "Christmas 1963." A Christmas scene, depicting the statue of Andrew Jackson on horseback, with the White House in the background. Matted and framed to the overall size of 12.25" x 10.75". Signed on the mat by the first lady: "For Mary Moore - with all our love. Jackie" The President signed, "John Kennedy." The cards had been pre-signed, and were intended for close friends and associates as well as family. Tragically, John F. Kennedy was assassinated the month before Christmas 1963.

    Condition: Boldly signed by the President and First Lady.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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