PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON - ENGRAVING SIGNED - HFSID 112655
Sale Price $382.50
Richard Nixon signs an engraving of the Lincoln Memorial.
Engraving signed: "Richard Nixon," 1p, 8x6 overall, oval image 3½x2½ (one surface). Captioned: "Lincoln Memorial." Noted at the bottom to have been produced by the U.S. "Bureau of Engraving and Printing." In RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon, the 37th U.S. President writes that "while it is true that Lincoln is one of the few greatest figures in history, he was a total pragmatist. He did not fight the war for the purpose of freeing the slaves, although he was unalterably opposed to slavery; and when he freed the slaves, he did not free them as an end in itself-he did so as a purely tactical, military maneuver, freeing only the slaves in the South but not in the Northern border states." Fine condition.
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