DescriptionHenry Clay Autograph Letter Signed with Two Engraved Portraits. In the one page letter, measuring 8" x 9.5", June 29, 1841, Clay writes from the Senate Chamber to Capt. H.E. Lewis introducing and recommending James Collins, "who has lived many years in N. Orleans" and has "accumulated a large fortune." With two identical 8" x 10.5" engraved portraits of Clay sitting at a table.
Condition: Mounting remnants on the verso have caused ghosting in the upper portion of the letter. Smoothed folds. Both engravings show some foxing.
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