1 page, folio (approx. 400 x 290 mm. (15½ x 11 in.)), ON PARCHMENT finely engraved italic text at top, two engraved vignettes of a ship at sail and a light-house in a harbor, accomplished in manuscript, papered seal of the United States at lower left, in a fine wood frame with portrait. Ship's passport for the "Meredian of New York." -- TYLER, JOHN (1790-1862). Autograph letter signed ("J.Tyler") as President, to Wm. Walker, n.p., 1 April 1842. 1 full page, large 8vo, in giltwood frame with portrait. Tyler suggests Walker handle an accompanying paper [not present] unless "...you deem it better that I should submit it to Congress myself ..." -- ADAMS, John Quincy (1767-1848). Autograph free frank ("J.Q.Adams"), on an address panel, to "The Revd Dr. Semple Columbian College Washington," Washington, 22 May no year. 1 page, 180 x 130 mm. (7 x 5 1/8 in.), WITH FINE IMPRESSION OF ADAMS'S SEAL in black wax (diameter 28 mm., monagram "JQA" in an oval, with motto "Libertas," "Amicitate..."), circular postmark and "Free" stamp, in a giltwood frame. -- FILLMORE, Millard (1800-1874), Autograph letter signed ("M. Fillmore"), to his cousin Ann Dixon, Washington, [D.C.], 12 April 1838. 1 page, 4to, a few minor smudges, in a giltwood frame with portrait. Fillmore thanks his cousin for a poem and hopes that she will visit him in Washington. -- TAFT, William H. (1857-1930). Engraved bookplate, 76 x 96 mm. (3 x 3¾ in.), with Presidential emblem -- Together five items. (5) " /> [PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES]. JACKSON, Andrew (1767-1845). Engraved document signed ("Andrew Jackson") as President, countersigned by Sec. of State Edward Livingston, accomplished in New York, 23 January 1832. <I>1 page, folio (approx. 400 x 290 mm. (15½ x 11 in.)),</I> ON PARCHMENT <I>finely engraved italic text at top, two engraved vignettes of a ship at sail and a light-house in a harbor, accomplished in manuscript, papered seal of the United States at lower left, in a fine wood frame with portrait.</I> Ship's passport for the "Meredian of New York." -- TYLER, JOHN (1790-1862). Autograph letter signed ("J.Tyler") as President, to Wm. Walker, n.p., 1 April 1842. <I>1 full page, large 8vo, in giltwood frame with portrait</I>. Tyler suggests Walker handle an accompanying paper [not present] unless "...you deem it better that I should submit it to Congress myself ..." -- ADAMS, John Quincy (1767-1848). Autograph free frank ("J.Q.Adams"), on an address panel, to "The Revd Dr. Semple Columbian College Washington," Washington, 22 May no year. <I>1 page, 180 x 130 mm. (7 x 5 1/8 in.), </I>WITH FINE IMPRESSION OF ADAMS'S SEAL<I> in black wax (diameter 28 mm., monagram "JQA" in an oval, with motto "Libertas," "Amicitate..."), circular postmark and "Free" stamp, in a giltwood frame</I>. -- FILLMORE, Millard (1800-1874), Autograph letter signed ("M. Fillmore"), to his cousin Ann Dixon, Washington, [D.C.], 12 April 1838. <I>1 page, 4to, a few minor smudges, in a giltwood frame with portrait</I>. Fillmore thanks his cousin for a poem and hopes that she will visit him in Washington. -- TAFT, William H. (1857-1930). Engraved bookplate, <I>76 x 96 mm. (3 x 3¾ in.)</I>, with Presidential emblem -- <I>Together five items.</I> (5) | Christie's