First Lady of the United States MARY TODD LINCOLN handwritten note to the White House Chief Housekeeper Mary Ann Cuthbert. The letter is penned on EXECUTIVE MANSION STATIONARY and was signed "Mrs. Lincoln" while serving AS FIRST LADY. The letter is postmarked February 23, 1865 just two months before Lincoln was assassinated.Lincoln pens on upside down Executive Mansion stationary:"Mrs. Cuthbert Metropolitan Hotel New York Return home Mrs. Lincoln."CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY BECKETT Authentication Services EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original BAS Letter of Authenticity. GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest MARY LINCOLNdocuments available on the market.
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Custom framed and matted in the SIGNATURIST-INK Gallery style to handsome, real wood 14"x18" rose wood frame with gold pinstripe, and featuring elegant PH-neutral double mat with striking "American Red" outer mat over ivory white inset, and museum-style descriptive plaque together under conservation-grade 98% UV-blocking non-glare clear acrylic pane.
NOTE: All 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.
Toning, folds, and minor paper loss, as shown, consistent with age, wear, and handling.
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