Chester Arthur, Signature on Check
Two Signatures AND his Initials
Chester Arthur writes a check to himself, applies his signature, then endorses it on the verso with another signature.
In addition, he Initials and Dates the Washington 2-cent Revenue Stamp.
This just post-war check found Arthur as a lawyer, which he returned to in 1863 after a war-time stint as a New York State quartermaster general with the rank of brigadier.
Arthur, Chester A. (21st President) Partly Printed Check accomplished in autograph and signed (“C. A. Arthur”). The Nassau Bank, N.Y., 25 Nov. 1865 to “Myself” for $250. Excellent; cancellation stamp misses the signatures and is barely visible.
|Dimensions||10 × 7 × 4 in|