Fifth President of the United States JAMES MONROE, handsome partly printed document signed "Jas Monroe" as SECRETARY OF STATE. Ink is bold and clear, signature is mint condition. Includes BONUS antique engraved portrait of Monroe with purchase.
>>> Includes original PSA/DNA QuickOpinion Result Letter as "LIKELY GENUINE" <<<
Dated Washington, 21 April 1812, Monroe certifies that Robert Brent is Judge of an Orphan's Court in Washington County, in the District of Columbia.
CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY SIGNATURIST-INK EXPERT EXAMINATION. GUARANTEED GENUINE to pass any reputable third-party authentication service (PSA / JSA / Beckett).
1 page, 4to, appx. 7.75" x 9.5"; minor paper loss at left edge, remnants of hinging at upper edge verso, upper edge trimmed, paper seal intact.
James Monroe was an American Statesman who served as the fifth President of the United States from 1817 - 1825. Prior to the Presidency, Monroe had served as the country's 8th United States Secretary of War and the 7th United States Secretary of State under President James Madison. Monroe was the last President among the nation's Founding Fathers, and fought in the Revolutionary War. After studying law under Thomas Jefferson he served as delegate to the Continental Congress, and later as 12th and 18th Governor of Virginia. Under Monroe, the landmark "Monroe Doctrine" became the defining foreign policy of the United States in opposing European colonialism in the Americas.
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Simply one of the finest investment-quality, authentically-signed Monroe items currently available on the market! Own a remarkable, original piece of American history! The perfect gift for the Presidential collector, autograph enthusiast, or History buff.
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