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Lot 59: ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW Three autograph letters signed. An interesting display of long single p...

The Nelson Doubleday, Jr. Collection

by Doyle New York

January 11, 2017

New York, NY, USA

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  • ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW Three autograph letters signed. An interesting display of long single p...
  • ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW Three autograph letters signed. An interesting display of long single p...
  • ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW Three autograph letters signed. An interesting display of long single p...
  • ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW Three autograph letters signed. An interesting display of long single p...
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Description: ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY; CLAY, HENRY; and JACKSON, ANDREW
Three autograph letters signed
. An interesting display of long single page autograph letters, each signed by its respective author, the letters unrelated to one another but framed together below engraved portraits. Each letter approximately 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches. The Jackson with visible splits to folds, the Adams toned and with short tears, the Clay fine, unexamined out of frame. Comprising: Letter from John Quincy Adams to publisher Joseph Blunt, 1827, declining to write a sketch of his father and commenting on electioneering in Albany; letter from Henry Clay to James Brown, 1834, regarding the sale of a plantation and other personal matters; and letter from Andrew Jackson to Henry Baldwin, 1825, recommending a professor from Cumberland College.


C The Nelson Doubleday, Jr. Collection

Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.

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