[PRESIDENTS]. An album of 25 documents and signatures of the Presidents of the United States from Washington to Taft, each tipped or inlaid to a separate page, preceded by an inlaid engraved portrait, bound with a printed title-page in an album, 4to, bevelled cream vellum boards, covers with broad decorative gilt-tooled borders and panels of leaf and garland design, the innermost dentelle border incorporating small onlaid lozenges of red and blue gilt-tooled morocco, in the center of the upper cover a stars-and-stripes escutcheon in onlaid red, white and blue morocco gilt, spine gilt-lettered "Autographs of the Presidents of the United States, ivory watered silk doublures and endpages, g.e., [pant, pant] minor crackling to vellum at gutter, slight scuffing at top and base of spine.
WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Autograph signature ("Go:Washington") and closing from a letter, addressed at bottom to "The Honble. James Ross, Esq.," the closing reading, "With very great esteem & regard I am, Dear Sir Your Obedient Hble Servt..." -- ADAMS, JOHN. Autograph signature in full from a vellum document, countersigned by Timothy Pickering as Secretary of Stat; Large autograph signature ("Th:Jefferson") from a letter or document -- MADISON, JAMES. Autograph signature in full from a letter or document -- MONROE, JAMES. Autograph signature ("Jas. Monroe") from a letter or document -- ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Autograph signature ("J.Q. Adams") from a vellum document, countersigned by Henry Clay, Secretary of State -- JACKSON, ANDREW. Bold autograph signature in full from a letter or document -- VAN BUREN, MARTIN. Autograph signature ("M.Van Buren") from a letter or document -- HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY. Printed document accomplished and signed ("Willm Henry Harrison"), Cincinnati, Ohio, 5 January 1815, One page, an oblong, decorative typographical ornaments, a check, directing the Cashier of the Miami Exporting Co. to pay the sum of six dollars to a Mr. Tonance[?] -- TYLER, JOHN. Autograph signature ("J.Tyler" with paraph) from a letter or document -- POLK, JAMES KNOX. Autograph signature ("J.K. Polk") from a letter or document -- TAYLOR, ZACHARY. Printed ship's papers signed ("Z.Taylor") as President, countersigned by William Clayton, Secretary of State, accomplished at New Bedford, 17 June 1850, One page, 4to, consisting of columns of text in English and in Dutch (others cut away?), accomplished in manuscript, papered seal of the United States at lower left -- FILLMORE, MILLARD. Autograph signature ("M. Fillmore") from an envelope, part of postmark visible -- PIERCE, FRANKLIN. Autograph sentiment signed in full, 12mo, inlaid, reading "Very respectfully yours, Franklin Pierce" -- BUCHANAN, JAMES. Autograph signature in full and closing from a letter -- LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Autograph signature in full as President, countersigned by Secretary of State William H. Seward, from a vellum document, Washington, D.C., 1 October 1863, a large oblong, comprising the lower quarter of the original sheet, papered Great Seal of the United States at lower left, probably a consular appointment -- JOHNSON, ANDREW. Autograph signature in full from a letter or document -- GRANT, ULYSSES S. Autograph signature ("U.S. Grant, Lt. Gen. U.S.A.") from a letter or document -- HAYES, RUTHERFORD B. Autograph signature ("R.B. Hayes") from a letter or document -- GARFIELD, JAMES A. Autograph signature ("J.A. Garfield") and closing from an endorsement, "Reepectfully referredto the Commissioner of Pensions...." -- ARTHUR, CHESTER A. Bold autograph signature in full, from an album leaf or other document -- CLEVELAND, GROVER. Autograph signature in full on a card with printed legend: "Executive Mansion, Washington" -- HARRISON, BENJAMIN. Autograph signature ("Benj. Harrison") from a check -- MCKINLEY, WILLIAM. Letter signed ("Wm.McKinley Jr.") as a Congressman, to E.S. Richards, Washington D.C., 1 May 1888, 1 page, 8vo, printed stationery of the "Committee of Ways and Means," politely forwarding his autograph -- ROOSEVELT, THEODORE. Autograph signature ("T. Roosevelt") on a card -- TAFT, WILLIAM HOWARD. Autograph signature and sentiment ("Sincerely Yours, Wm.H. Taft") on a printed White House card. Sold as a collection, not subject to return.