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    Abraham Lincoln Signed Document as President Partly-printed document signed, "Abraham Lincoln," 17.5" x 11", Washington, July 22, 1861. One day after the first full pitched battle between the Union and the Confederate States at Bull Run in Virginia, Lincoln appoints David H. Carr as United States Marshal for the District of Connecticut. Countersigned by Secretary of State William H. Seward. Very lightly foxed, otherwise bright and clean with a deep, dark signature and intact seal. Simply and tastefully matted and framed. A most desirable example from the Great Emancipator. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    13th Wednesday
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