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#72 - U. S. Grant

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Description                           Estimate: $500+          

Partly-printed DS as president, one page, 17.75 x 14, October 20, 1873. President Grant appoints Aaron Bell of California “to be Register of the Land Office at Shasta, California, vice Joseph Isaacs, deceased.” Signed at the conclusion by Grant, and countersigned by Secretary of the Interior Columbus Delano. Lower left corner embossed with the Department of the Interior seal. In very good condition, with Grant’s signature light, but legible, and scattered toning and foxing.

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