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Albert Gallatin Signed Document, 1810

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"Autographs“Albert Gallatin” As Secretary of the Treasury

ALBERT GALLATIN, Statesman and Financier; Secretary of the Treasury; Minister to France; Minister to England.
Printed Document Signed, “Albert Gallatin,” as Secretary of the Treasury, December 17, 1810, Treasury Department, 9.75” x 7.75”, Very Fine. Numerous folds, some burning on the extreme right edge, integral address and docketing page still intact, with some remains of the original, red wax seal. This is an official Circular of the Treasury Department setting the value of the Russian Ruble at 27 Cents “in computing the duties on merchandise imported in vessels which left Russia during the course of the year 1810... A nice piece of historic early American financial and Treasury Department banking, with an international flavor."
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"Autographs“Albert Gallatin” As Secretary of the Treasury

ALBERT GALLATIN, Statesman and Financier; Secretary of the Treasury; Minister to France; Minister to England.
Printed Document Signed, “Albert Gallatin,” as Secretary of the Treasury, December 17, 1810, Treasury Department, 9.75” x 7.75”, Very Fine. Numerous folds, some burning on the extreme right edge, integral address and docketing page still intact, with some remains of the original, red wax seal. This is an official Circular of the Treasury Department setting the value of the Russian Ruble at 27 Cents “in computing the duties on merchandise imported in vessels which left Russia during the course of the year 1810... A nice piece of historic early American financial and Treasury Department banking, with an international flavor."

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