top of page

7th President of the United States ANDREW JACKSON (1767 - 1845) authentic, rare and remarkable handwritten autograph letter WRITTEN AS PRESIDENT dated December 1, 1829 signed in the third-person as "THE PRESIDENT". Addressed to famous revolutionary war Major Joseph Graham, he would later go on to fight alongside Jackson in the war of 1812.


Also includes complimentary original BECKETT BAS "Signature Review" Pre-Certification as "LIKELY TO PASS FULL AUTHENTICATION".


Jackson writes:

"The president with compliments to Major Graham will be happy to see him at his office for a few minutes. The note handed by the Gentlemen from Indiana, wanting explanation before he can act upon the subject. Decbr 1st 1829"


Autograph letter was originally obtained from respected manuscript dealer, Swann Auction Galleries and comes with original lot sticker.


ANDREW JACKSON was the seventh President of the United States. Jackson gained national fame through his role in the War of 1812, where he won decisive victories over the Indians and then over the main British invasion army at the Battle of New Orleans. Jackson was appointed commander of the Tennessee militia in 1801, with the rank of colonel. He was later elected Major General of the Tennessee militia in 1802.


Notations at top of the page are in an unknown hand, paperloss to top left corner as shown. Minor wear consistent with age.


Includes fine antique steel engraved portrait of the President and former General.


Unconditionally GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC to pass any reputable third-party authentication service.



SIGNATURIST-INK is the trusted dealer and consultant of many museums, libraries and historical collections having helped procure and donate documents and artifacts for the likes of THE FRED W. SMITH NATIONAL LIBRARY FOR THE STUDY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON at Mount Vernon, the MOUNT VERNON LADIES ASSOCIATION, the WILLIAM McKINLEY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM, and the JOHN MARSHALL HOUSE Museum.


Sold as is, as shown.

ANDREW JACKSON * Autograph Note Signed to War Hero Joseph Graham * President

    bottom of page