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Legendary "Wizard of Menlo Park" and American Inventor, Thomas Edison, a spectacular, museum-quality framed display featuring authentic, original handwritten note on light lined paper signed "Edison" with large, bold signature.


An obviously frustrated Edison writes his employee Ehrich asking why "Can't improvements be made in repairing to stop making so many trembles."  13 words on a float-mounted page, in Edison's brisk, efficient hand.


GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest EDISON documents available on the market. 


Minor condition issues, some paper loss and wrinkles consistent with age, use, handling and storage.


NOTE:  All SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents. This acid-free, museum-grade mounting tape releases safely and easily with simply the swipe of a damp Q-tip.


A handsome and impressive addition to the executive office, den or Man Cave, or to the History aficionado or autograph collection. An exceptional investment opportunity, and a truly rare and remarkable find. 


Sold as is, as shown.

THOMAS EDISON * Authentic Handwritten AUTOGRAPH Note SIGNED * Menlo Park

  • Strikingly framed and archivally matted in the SIGNATURIST-INK Gallery style to custom-made ornate 11"x14" black and aged gold with crackled leather inset frame. Gorgeous PH-neutral "American red" brushed suede mat with museum-quality descriptive plaque, and featuring handsome reproduction portrait of Edison under conservation-grade 98% UV-blocking clear polystyrene pane.

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