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    [Abraham Lincoln] Several Strands of President Lincoln's Hair, contained in a clear plastic pouch affixed to a certificate of authenticity signed by noted autograph dealer Charles Hamilton, on his New York business letterhead, one page, 8.5" x 11", no date (circa 1980). Hamilton states that he "personally removed the accompanying strands . . . from a lock of hair in an old frame (made in 1908) by Judd Stewart from wood removed from the LINCOLN home in Springfield. The hair bore on its frame an authentication . . . by Frederick H. Meserve, the famous LINCOLN expert, and was from his personal collection."

    Provenance:
    Kunhardt, lot 48.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    20th Thursday
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