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117: GUGLIELMO MARCONI, Typed Letter Signed, 1932

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117: GUGLIELMO MARCONI, Typed Letter Signed, 1932

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AutographsBold Signed Letter by Inventor “G. Marconi” Regarding an Article on Marconi’s Receipt of the John Scott Medal

GUGLIELMO MARCONI, Radio Inventor.
Typed Letter Signed, “G. MARCONI,” dated April 25, 1932, 7.5” x 6.25”, In English, Choice Very Fine. On printed stationary as President of Reale Academia D’Italia, to Louis Heiland, secretary of Board of Directors of Philadelphia City Trusts. Marconi thanks Mr. Heiland for forwarding an article on Marconi’s receipt of the John Scott medal. Also mentions he is enclosing a signed photograph (not present). One vertical and one horizontal fold, some slight paper toning, having sharp corners. The nice bold brown ink signature at lower right measures a large 1.75” across!

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117: GUGLIELMO MARCONI, Typed Letter Signed, 1932

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AutographsBold Signed Letter by Inventor “G. Marconi” Regarding an Article on Marconi’s Receipt of the John Scott Medal

GUGLIELMO MARCONI, Radio Inventor.
Typed Letter Signed, “G. MARCONI,” dated April 25, 1932, 7.5” x 6.25”, In English, Choice Very Fine. On printed stationary as President of Reale Academia D’Italia, to Louis Heiland, secretary of Board of Directors of Philadelphia City Trusts. Marconi thanks Mr. Heiland for forwarding an article on Marconi’s receipt of the John Scott medal. Also mentions he is enclosing a signed photograph (not present). One vertical and one horizontal fold, some slight paper toning, having sharp corners. The nice bold brown ink signature at lower right measures a large 1.75” across!

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