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WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE Signed Letter

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AutographsWILLIAM BAINBRIDGE, Famous War of 1812 American Naval Officer.
Autograph Letter Signed, “Wm. Bainbridge”, July 23, 1825, Washington City, (DC), 10” x 8”, Choice Very Fine. Extremely bold signature, 2.5” in length. Trimmed slightly and mounted to a paper backing, with no effect on the signature. Written to Thomas Wilson, the Cashier of the U.S. Bank at Philadelphia, in part: “...the Dividend on the Bank Stock kept by me...my agent in Philad. informs me that the last Dividend on my Bank Stock had been transferred to the Bank at Boston -- if so -- will you do me the favor to have it retransferred to the Present Bank.” Rare!
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WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE Signed Letter

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Feb 13, 2005
Starting Price $600
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AutographsWILLIAM BAINBRIDGE, Famous War of 1812 American Naval Officer.
Autograph Letter Signed, “Wm. Bainbridge”, July 23, 1825, Washington City, (DC), 10” x 8”, Choice Very Fine. Extremely bold signature, 2.5” in length. Trimmed slightly and mounted to a paper backing, with no effect on the signature. Written to Thomas Wilson, the Cashier of the U.S. Bank at Philadelphia, in part: “...the Dividend on the Bank Stock kept by me...my agent in Philad. informs me that the last Dividend on my Bank Stock had been transferred to the Bank at Boston -- if so -- will you do me the favor to have it retransferred to the Present Bank.” Rare!

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