1 page, folio, printed in four columns, accomplished in manuscript, large papered Great Seal of the United States, separations at horizontal creases, some paper losses. Small (2½ x 1¾ in.) color portraits of Jefferson and Madison imposed on the document alongside their signatures. Matted and framed. A 4-LANGUAGE SHIP'S PASSPORT, printed in French, Spanish, English and Dutch, permitting Capt. William Miller, of the brig, Alexander, out of Philadelphia, to carry his 117 ton cargo of "Sundries" to Guadalupe. " /> JEFFERSON, Thomas. Document signed ("Th: Jefferson"), as President, COUNTER-SIGNED BY JAMES MADISON ("James Madison"), as Secretary of State, Washington D. C., 4 November 1807. <I>1 page, folio, printed in four columns, accomplished in manuscript, large papered Great Seal of the United States, separations at horizontal creases, some paper losses. Small (2½ x 1¾ in.) color portraits of Jefferson and Madison imposed on the document alongside their signatures. Matted and framed</I>. A 4-LANGUAGE SHIP'S PASSPORT, printed in French, Spanish, English and Dutch, permitting Capt. William Miller, of the brig, <I>Alexander</I>, out of Philadelphia, to carry his 117 ton cargo of "Sundries" to Guadalupe. | Christie's
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    Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts Including Americana

    3 December 2007, New York, Rockefeller Plaza

  • Lot 142

    JEFFERSON, Thomas. Document signed ("Th: Jefferson"), as President, COUNTER-SIGNED BY JAMES MADISON ("James Madison"), as Secretary of State, Washington D. C., 4 November 1807. 1 page, folio, printed in four columns, accomplished in manuscript, large papered Great Seal of the United States, separations at horizontal creases, some paper losses. Small (2½ x 1¾ in.) color portraits of Jefferson and Madison imposed on the document alongside their signatures. Matted and framed. A 4-LANGUAGE SHIP'S PASSPORT, printed in French, Spanish, English and Dutch, permitting Capt. William Miller, of the brig, Alexander, out of Philadelphia, to carry his 117 ton cargo of "Sundries" to Guadalupe.

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    JEFFERSON, Thomas. Document signed ("Th: Jefferson"), as President, COUNTER-SIGNED BY JAMES MADISON ("James Madison"), as Secretary of State, Washington D. C., 4 November 1807. 1 page, folio, printed in four columns, accomplished in manuscript, large papered Great Seal of the United States, separations at horizontal creases, some paper losses. Small (2½ x 1¾ in.) color portraits of Jefferson and Madison imposed on the document alongside their signatures. Matted and framed. A 4-LANGUAGE SHIP'S PASSPORT, printed in French, Spanish, English and Dutch, permitting Capt. William Miller, of the brig, Alexander, out of Philadelphia, to carry his 117 ton cargo of "Sundries" to Guadalupe.


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    PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARK WOOLLEY, YORK, PENNSYLVANIA