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Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de and Daniel Webster.

Printed and Manuscript Signed by Mexican President Santa Anna, Matted with a Related Letter Signed by Daniel Webster as US Secretary of State.

Mexico City and Washington DC 1841 and 1842 Santa Anna's document is 12 x 8.5, with embossed seal at top, boldly printed masthead, neatly written in Spanish, with folds held onto mat loosely with corner mounts, appointing Luis Hargons as Consul at New York, December 1841, with multi-leafed embossed paper seal (some spotting to seal) at bottom. BOLDLY SIGNED BY SANTA ANNA and one other. Webster letter is neatly penned by secretary, 12 x 8, folds, couple holes at folds, minor spotting, dated March 2, 1842, to Hargons, forwarding Santa Anna's document, NEATLY SIGNED AT BOTTOM BY "DANL WEBSTER." Both pieces held loosely by corner mounts to backer board, Webster's also attached at top to inside of mount (with small tear there). Still, a great combination of signatures from two of the most powerful men in North America, circa 1842.


Book Id: 98-4387

Price: $2,500.00

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