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Legendary First Lady JACQUELINE KENNEDY ADDRESSED AUTOGRAPH FREE FRANK envelope framed display, featuring large 3" wide full signature in blue ballpoint pen on medium blue stock envelope, postmarked New York, NY  May 1, 1968.


8 words in Jackie's hand, PLUS signature.


UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC. Also includes a copy of PSA/DNA online "QUICK OPINION" email of the envelope as "Likely Genuine", as shown. 


NOTE:  All SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents. This acid-free museum-grade mounting tape releases safely with simply a drop of water.


As a former First Lady, Kennedy retained the privilege to send postage-free U.S. Mail with just her signature, known as "Free Franking". Thousands of these envelopes bore mass-produced pre-printed signatures. This is an AUTHENTIC HAND-SIGNED FREE FRANK.


This is an incredible opportunity to own a rare example of an AUTHENTIC and PERSONALLY ADDRESSED envelope from the beloved First Lady and style icon.


Edge wear and minor condition issues consistent with age, use and wear, as shown, not affecting signature. Some staining, chipping, paper loss and pencil notations, as shown.


Sold as is, as shown.


  • Envelope has been elegantly framed and archivally matted in the SIGNATURIST-INK Gallery style to ornate reproduction 11” x 14” “antique silver" frame. Gorgeous PH-neutral NAVY BLUE BRUSHED SUED MAT with descriptive museum-style plaque and featuring gorgeous color portrait of a young Jacqueline & John F. Kennedy.

  • All items sold are guaranteed authentic to the original owner. The Signaturist, Ink. will quickly refund your money (at the original purchase price) if you return the item, along with the original sales slip and a letter from a reputable third-party authentication service (PSA DNA / JSA / REAL) stating the item purchased is not authentic. In certain cases, we may request a second opinion from competent authorities acceptable to us. Any returned items must be received in the same condition as when sold. All items sold as is, as shown.

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