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Legendary martyred 35th President of the United States JOHN F. KENNEDY AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPH rare FULL SIGNATURE (featuring "F." middle initial) boldly signed in dark blue fountain pen, with JFK's own scarce handwritten "USS - Mass" (United States Senate, Massachusetts) inscription. In later years, JFK rarely signed using his middle initial.


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


While in his first year as a United States Senator in Boston, Kennedy attended an American Bar Association Dinner on August 24, 1953. In commemoration of the 75th Anniversary, a First Day Cover was produced complete with Celebration Stamp, which JFK then signed. Less than one month later, Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier - and the rest is history.




Minor wrinkles, as shown from handling. Some browning of glued seams on reverse, but overall in exceptional condition for a document that is 65 years old. Signature is bold and crisp.

NOTE:  SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents which are easily removable. This acid-free museum-grade cotton mounting tape releases safely and easily with simply a swipe of a damp Q-tip. Made from carbohydrate and protein, it does not harm the document.


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


Sold as is, as shown.


JOHN F. KENNEDY * JSA COA * Scarce "USS Mass" AUTOGRAPH Signed * President

  • Professionally framed and matted in the SIGNATURIST-INK Gallery style to elegant, 11x17 "antique gold" gilt custom-made real wood frame, and featuring gorgeous PH-neutral crimson suede mat over bone white inset, with striking reproduction portrait, and museum-style descriptive plaque together under 98% UV-blocking museum-grade acrylic pane.

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