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Legendary "Wizard of Menlo Park" and American Inventor THOMAS EDISON spectacular, museum-quality authentic AUTOGRAPH as "Thos A Edison" with large, bold "umbrella" style. Edison has signed a red cross "Second War Fund" card to one of his telegraph signallers inscribing in the upper left corner "To Signaller Tom Skeyhill".


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


The second war fund was a project by the Red Cross in May of 1918 that sought to raise $100,000,000 in a single week. The project was a success and raised well over $166,000,000 worth of funding for the first world war. Here we see legendary inventor Thomas Edison doing his part donating to the cause. 


Card measures appx. 3.25" x 5.25". Paper loss to the upper left corner, otherwise in fine condition. Light toning, as shown.


Autograph has been neatly framed and mated by a previous collector.


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


A handsome and impressive addition to any collection, an excellent gift idea. An exceptional investment opportunity, and a truly rare and remarkable find. 


Sold as is, as shown.

THOMAS EDISON * JSA LOA * Hand Signed Autograph Red Cross WWI Fund Card *

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