Fine Free Frank of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, in Office, With His Full “A. Hamilton” Signature

Free frank signature, with the entire panel present, postmarked New York and thus likely from 1789-93, from a letter to Samuel R. Gerry, collector of Marbelhead, Massachusetts. Gerry was the brother of Elbridge Gerry, who signed the Declaration of Independence and later became vice president of the United States.

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Fine Free Frank of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton, in Office, With His Full “A. Hamilton” Signature

Free frank signature, with the entire panel present, postmarked New York and thus likely from 1789-93, from a letter to Samuel R. Gerry, collector of Marbelhead, Massachusetts. Gerry was the brother of Elbridge Gerry, who signed the Declaration of Independence and later became vice president of the United States.

This is as fine a Hamilton free frank as one could hope to find, from him as Secretary of the Treasury to a recipient whose family was a notable one in the Revolution and early years of the Republic.

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