President Thomas Jefferson Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: July 4, 1826 in Charlottesville, Virginia
PRESIDENT THOMAS JEFFERSON - FOUR LANGUAGE SHIPS PAPERS SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PRESIDENT JAMES MADISON - HFSID 294152With Anglo-American tensions at a fever pitch due to British seizure of American merchant ships, Jefferson as President, and Madison as Secretary of State, sign ship's papers for a brig bound for Marseilles. This ship and its captain would be seized three years later - by the French! read more...
Sale Price $17,000.00
PRESIDENT THOMAS JEFFERSON - LAND GRANT SIGNED 11/03/1803 CO-SIGNED BY: PRESIDENT JAMES MADISON - HFSID 291588THOMAS JEFFERSON and JAMES MADISON In the year of the Louisiana Purchase, both the President and the Secretary of State sign this grant of land in the new State of Ohio Land Grant signed: "Th. read more...
Sale Price $18,700.00
Edward Church, Consul to Bilbao, Spain, was the first United States consul to be rejected by a foreign port. This 1790 document, signed by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson, is Church's commission as United States Consul to Bilbao and the document that started the whole affair read more...
Sale Price $27,000.00
Jefferson handwrote, signed and dated this letter from Monticello in 1812 to James Leitch, a merchant in Charlottesville, Virginia. He wrote that he wanted a bottle of olive oil for an upcoming trip: "The more of it he can spare in silver, the more convenient it will be for the road." Jefferson was fascinated by the olive plant and ate olive oil regularly; it's one of the reasons he lived to 83 in a time when the average lifespan was 40. read more...
Sale Price $23,800.00
THOMAS JEFFERSON He extends a dinner invitation to friend and merchant William Huntington, signed in the text. Third Person Autograph Note signed in text: "Th: Jefferson asks the favor of Mr. Huntington to dine with him on Sunday the 8th. Apr. 6. 21", 1 page, 7¾x4. read more...
Sale Price $19,125.00