Dont miss out on an exceptional opportunity to obtain significant letters and manuscripts from Alexander Hamiltons Family Archive in the Sothebys January 18th auction, in New York. This sale of a lifetime personifies Alexander Hamiltons story. Due to a hit Broadway show and best-selling book, Alexander Hamiltons story has become incredibly popular over the last fifteen years. The astonishing, valuable artifacts, descending over two centuries, for sale are shown below.
First on auction is a remarkable lock of Alexander Hamiltons hair, with a letter of presentation from his wife, Eliza and a condolence letter signed to his daughter Eliza Hamilton from Philip Schuler. Estimated between $15,000-25,000.
Additionally, a letter appointing Alexander Hamilton aide-de-camp to General George Washington accompanied by autograph notes for President George Washingtons third annual address to congress (October 25, 1791). Estimated between $15,000-25,000.
Make one of these valuable artifacts your own or browse other items on auction at Sothebys here.