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    James Madison: Rare Madison Dinner Invitation. One page, partially printed, 7.75" x 5", April 2, 1810. This is a rare dinner invitation from James Madison to a "Mr. Hale". In full: "J. Madison requests the favor of Mr. Hale to dine with him, on Thursday next, at four ["half past three" has been struck] o'clock. An answer is requested April 2 '10". On the verso is written "President Invitation The Hon Mr. Hale". The invitation has traces of old fold creases and the verso has significantly, otherwise it is in very good condition. Invitations from this period rarely find their way to the collector market, and this is the first example we've had the privilege to offer.

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    May, 2010
    22nd Saturday
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