Francis Scott Key Autographed Endorsement - Rare For Sale
FRANCIS SCOTT KEY
(1779-1843) He was a lawyer, author, and amateur poet,
from Georgetown, who wrote the lyrics to the United States'
national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner". Original promissory note,
George Town (sic), 30 May 1833, from United States Federal Judge
James S. Morsell (1775-1870), initialed on the front and signed
on the back. Morsell has also signed. There are several folds,
tears and small chunks of paper missing, none touching
the signature, and expected wear.
TRUE - AUTHENTIC - HAND-SIGNED
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