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Photo/Description
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Autographs and Ephemera
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Free Franks
2019-03-11
United States Postal History including The Angel Collection
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Sale Number 1196, Lot Number 508, Presidential Free Franks & Other DocumentsRichard M. Johnson, Richard M. JohnsonRichard M. Johnson. Free frank as Vice President on very unusual 1837 folded letter containing an integral letterpress copy of a 2pp letter headed Batavia, Java, signed I. J. Roberts, on the third page is a printed notice and a second letter from Roberts (in manuscript) regarding the addressee's interest in missionary work among the Western Indians and suggesting instead "these eastern heathen", cover addressed to College Hill, D.C., "Lexington Ky. Jul. 6" circular datestamp, small paper loss at corners, not affecting text or appearance, still Fine, rare and very unusual use; during the War of 1812 Johnson raised a battalion of Kentuckians to fight the British and Indians; at the battle of Thames he killed the great Indian chief Tecumseh, ex Dr. Robertson and Schwartz

E. 300-400
450
Autographs and Ephemera
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Free Franks
2011-06-21
United States Stamps & Postal History, Foreign
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Sale Number 1011, Lot Number 1240, Free Franks & AutographsRichard M. Johnson, Richard M. JohnsonRichard M. Johnson. Free frank as Vice President on very unusual 1837 folded letter containing an integral letterpress copy of a 2pp letter headed Batavia, Java, signed I. J. Roberts, on the third page is a printed notice and a second letter from Roberts (in manuscript) regarding the addressee's interest in missionary work among the Western Indians and suggesting instead "these eastern heathen", cover addressed to College Hill, D.C., "Lexington Ky. Jul. 6" circular datestamp, small paper loss at corners, not affecting text or appearance, still Fine, rare and very unusual use; during the War of 1812 Johnson raised a battalion of Kentuckians to fight the British and Indians; at the battle of Thames he killed the great Indian chief Tecumseh, ex Robertson and Schwartz

E. 300-400
325
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Autographs and Ephemera
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Free Franks
2009-12-10
The Barry K. Schwartz Collection of Kentucky Postal History
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Sale Number 981, Lot Number 4030, Kentucky Town Markings (Danville thru Lexington)Richard M. Johnson, Richard M. JohnsonRichard M. Johnson. Free frank as Vice President on very unusual 1837 folded letter containing an integral letterpress copy of a 2pp letter headed Batavia, Java, signed I. J. Roberts, on the third page is a printed notice and a second letter from Roberts (in manuscript) regarding the addressee's interest in missionary work among the Western Indians and suggesting instead "these eastern heathen", cover addressed to College Hill, D.C., "Lexington Ky. Jul. 6" circular datestamp, small paper loss at corners, not affecting text or appearance, still Fine, rare and very unusual usage; during the War of 1812 Johnson raised a battalion of Kentuckians to fight the British and Indians; at the battle of Thames he killed the great Indian chief Tecumseh, ex Robertson

E. 300-400
325
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Autographs and Ephemera
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Free Franks
2004-11-10
The Dr. John L. Roberston Collection of U.S. Free Franks
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Sale Number 887, Lot Number 4211, Legislative FranksRichard M. Johnson, Richard M. JohnsonRichard M. Johnson. Free frank as Vice President on very unusual 1837 folded letter containing a integral letterpress copy of a two-page letter headed Batavia Java and signed I. J. Roberts, on the third page is a printed notice and a second letter from Roberts (in manuscript) regarding the addressee's interest in missionary work among the Western Indians and suggesting instead "these eastern heathen", cover addressed to College Hill, D.C., "Lexington Ky. Jul. 6" circular datestamp, small paper loss at corners, not affecting text or appearance, still Fine, rare and very unusual usage; during the War of 1812 Johnson raised a battalion of Kentuckians to fight the British and Indians; at the battle of Thames he killed the great Indian chief Tecumseh

E. 200-300
425
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