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    Envelope Signed by Jimmy Carter, Shimon Peres, and Menachem Begin. This 6.5" x 3.75" envelope has pictures of Jimmy Carter and Anwar Sadat in black and white along with text commemorating the meetings between these men which would eventually lead to the 1978 Camp David Peace Agreement. The text reads: "A Historic Meeting For the Development of Egyptian-American Relations President Mohammed Anwar El-Sadat with President Carter to discuss peace in the Middle East and possible aid to Egypt." These three historic signatures all on one commemorative document will fit well into any collection regarding the Middle East or Israel. The envelope is dated April 4 1977 by the postmark and is also stamped by the National Museum of History and Technology. This item is very fine condition; all the signatures are bold and dark; adhesive residue on reverse side.

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    July, 2006
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