(Americana) 2 Pieces. Printed United States Treasury Department Circulars Signed. Gallatin, Albert. Each to Josiah Hook, Collector at Penobscot: "An act laying embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States." (Washington), April 27, 1808. 2 1/2 pages and integral address page, folio; creased and torn, old cello tape repairs. * Directing that a report giving the names and addresses of violators of the Embargo Law be prepared and submitted. (Washington), November 16, 1808. 1 p., blank verso, and integral address leaf. Creased and torn, old cello tape repairs. Gallatin's signature clear and legible on each document but affected by creasing and other faults.

Sold with all faults.
Estimate $200-300


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Sold for $125 (buyer's premium included)