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    Richard Nixon Typed Letter Signed as President "RN". One page, 6.75" x 9", on White House letterhead, August 6, 1971, to Honorable Al Ullman, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. The President writes, in part:

    "Last week I had the good fortune to receive one of the first Eisenhower silver dollars and to present one to Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower. These coins were so impressive that I thought you would like to have an uncirculated specimen...it is a beautiful example of our Nation's coinage."

    Slightly toned at the margins and with a smoothed, central fold crease.


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    April, 2013
    11th Thursday
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