General Robert E. Lee Autograph with George W.C. Lee ALS

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Robert E. Lee clipped signature affixed to 1 page letter, 5” x 8” , dated August 27, 1903, written and signed by Lee’s son, George W.C. Lee. George Lee apologizes to the letter’s recipient that he “has nothing better” to offer them than a clipped signature of his fathers from cancelled bank check. There is some toning throughout with typical folds in the ALS. The Robert E. Lee signature is crisp and boldly written, with some slight trimming on the top. A spectacular pairing of father and son (also a Confederate General) and the first I have seen together in my many years of collecting. All has been beautifully custom matted and framed professionally, using only the best archival materials to protect it in order to ensure longevity. The photo is a high quality reproduction of the General. Stunning wall hanger and ready for a nail.

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