Chester A. Arthur Signed Executive Mansion Card With Coa


Chester A. Arthur Signed Executive Mansion Card With Coa

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Chester A. Arthur Signed Executive Mansion Card With Coa:
$560


You are offerding on an Executive Mansion card signed by U.S. President Chester A. Arthur(1829-1886) who was President of the United States from1881 to1885(he was elected Vice-President under James A. Garfield and became President after Garfield was assassinated).The cardmeasures 4" x 2.87" and has "EXECUTIVE MANSION, WASHINGTON" printed in blue ink along the top center of the card and is signed by President Arthur in black ink "Chester A. Arthur" across the front of the card. The card and signature are in fine condition, with a bit of scattered light toning and soiling that doesnot affect the signature.This Presidential autograph also comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from R.R.sale and was originally purchased by me in their July 2010 sale. This autographed Executive Mansion card by President Arthurwill make aniceaddition to any collection.

Chester A. Arthur Signed Executive Mansion Card With Coa:
$560

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