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DescriptionAndrew Jackson Land Grant Signed. One partially printed page of vellum, 15.75" x 9.75", City of Washington; June 15, 1831. Document No. 3350 granting Garland Hardwick of Jackson County 79 and 32/100 acres in Huntsville, Alabama. Signed, " Andrew Jackson." Countersigned by Elijah Hayward as Commissioner of the General Land Office. COA from Edward N. Bomsey Autographs is included with this lot.
Condition: Scuffing from removal of paper seal. Two closed tears measuring .75" at the top margin. Some small areas of paper loss located near folds where paper was weakened. Jackson's signature is large, though slightly faded. Blue ink staining at center and left side of document. Lightly rubbed and toned from age. Smoothed folds with light wrinkling at bottom right corner.
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