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JG.Limited's online-only History & Culture auction, closing Jan. 23, is packed with rare autographs and artifacts

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The auction features items from prehistoric times to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars on up to the present day, as well as an outstanding Judaica section featuring 100 years of Israeli history. Online bidding is via JG.Limited.

DANVERS, Mass. - eTradeWire -- DANVERS, Mass. – Autographs and artifacts encompassing a wide historical range, from prehistoric times to the Revolutionary and Civil Wars on up to the present day, as well as an outstanding Judaica section featuring 100 years of Israeli history, are packed into JG.Limited's Internet-only History & Culture timed auction, online now and closing Tuesday, January 23rd.

Folks can log on now to view the 650-lot catalog and place their bids at www.JG.Limited. Here's a direct link to the auction: https://bid.jg.limited/auctions/5-10MO7E/history-culture. In addition to online bidding, telephone bids will also be accepted. To place a phone bid, you may call 978-536-0033.

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Lot #1 is a bank check from 1788 signed by Aaron Burr (1756-1836), the third vice president of the United States serving during Thomas Jefferson's first term. He's best known for killing his political rival Alexander Hamilton in a duel, which ended his political career (est. $750-$1,000).

Lot #19 is an oversized printed portrait of a bill signing, autographed by Warren Harding (1865-1923), the 29th President of the United States. Harding hand-signed in black fountain pen below the image on the lower mount edge. The frame is 17 inches by 13 ½ inches (est. $500-$600).

Lot #37 is an album page containing the Civil War-era signatures of Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885), the American military officer and 18th President of the United States; and David Glasgow Farragut (1801-1870), a flag officer of the U.S. Navy during the Civil War (est. 400-$600).

Lot #28 is a military appointment autographed by William McKinley (1843-1901), as the Governor of Ohio, dated May 3, 1894. The document is framed to an overall size of 15 ½ inches by 18 ¼ inches. William McKinley was the 25th President of the United States (est. $250-$350).

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The Judaica section will be led by lot #341 – a 1951 typed letter signed in Hebrew by Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952), the first President of Israel. Weizmann was a Russian-born chemist, a Zionist leader, Israeli statesman and the president of the Zionist Organization (est. $300-$350).

Bidders need to know that 30-minute extended bidding starts on January 23rd at 8 pm Eastern time. The clock will then reset for another 30 minutes each time a bid is placed. The 30-minute clock reset is unique for every lot; each has its own unique countdown during extended bidding.

To learn more, visit www.JG.Limited.

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