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    Unengrossed and Uncut Pay Certificates with Autograph Endorsement Signed by George W. Poe at Paymaster General. Single sheet of two certificates, 10.6" x 8.5"; November 29, 1836. A sheet containing pay certificates, with wide margins. Poe writes along the left margin: "This job was printed by the messrs. Bordens on the 29th Nov. 1836. Geo. W. Poe Auth. Pay M. General. Three hundred land & six hundred pay certificates." Two sets of filing dockets on verso, one of which has been crossed out. From the Robert E. Davis Collection.
    Condition: With flattened folds, and small piece of paper affixed with a small wax seal. Some showthrough from dockets on verso.

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    March, 2017
    24th Friday
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