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Second President of the United States JOHN ADAMS exceedingly scarce authentic handwritten AUTOGRAPH note signed "John Adams" dated July 9th 1764 in handsome 11"x16" framed display. The note is in reference to services rendered during a lawsuit. 


Note reads:

"July 9th 1764 Rec'd of John Adams four pounds four shillings and Eleven pence in full for a note of hand in favor of [sic] Tinsell vs. Daniel White [sic]."


Sale includes accompanying original COA from the highly-respected JSA (James Spence Authentication) who have thoroughly examined the autograph and certify its authenticity.


John Adams (1735 – 1826) was an American statesman and Founding Father who served as the first Vice President (1789–97) and second President of the United States (1797–1801). He was a lawyer, diplomat, political theorist, and a leader of the movement for American independence from Great Britain. Adams's credentials as a revolutionary secured for him two terms as President George Washington’s vice president (1789 to 1797) and also his own election in 1796 as the second president.


Custom framed and archivally matted to handsome real-wood gold colored frame. Exquisite PH-neutral midnight black over revolutionary red inset mat. Also includes descriptive museum style plaque and striking reproduction portrait of ADAMS framed with acid free backer all together under 98% UV-BLOCKING non-glare acrylic pane.


GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest investment-quality, authentically-signed JOHN ADAMS autographs currently available on the market!


NOTE: SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents which are easily removable. This acid-free museum-grade mounting tissue releases safely and easily with simply a dab of a damp Q-tip.


Own a remarkable, original piece of American history! The perfect gift for the Presidential collector, autograph enthusiast, or History buff. A must have addition to the Executive Office, den, or "Man Cave".


Sold as is, as shown.

JOHN ADAMS * JSA COA * Scarce AUTOGRAPH Handwritten Note SIGNED * 2nd President

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