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Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights For Statue Of Liberty

Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty


Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty
Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty
Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty

Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty

Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty



Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty
   Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty

IMPORTANT AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED BY FREDERIC-AUGUSTE BARTHOLDI DISCUSSING THE PATENT RIGHTS FOR THE STATUE OF LIBERTY. Important autograph letter in French signed by A.

Bartholdi to the Secretary of the French Commission Georges Glaenzer (who was charged with the fundraising for the Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World) discussing the patent rights for the Statue of Liberty: It was unlucky to have missed by so little the opportunity to give you my signature. Isnt there a way of having my signature legalized here; I seem to remember having heard the mere depositing of it would already warrant its legality while awaiting the official papers.

I would like to spend some fifteen days here; I relax while tending to my affairs and I would need a longer stay soon. The letter is one page, measures 6.5 by 5.25, created in [Colmar] on [September 12, 1878], in fine condition with a tear along the left border, and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity from University Archives, the leading historical documents company in the world. BARTHOLDI WOULD BE GRANTED U. 10893 TWO MONTHS LATER FOR A STATUE OF LIBERTY BUST.

Based on the date of the letter, the two were discussing a patent application that would be granted as U. 10893 just two months later on November 5, 1878. Bartholdi worked closely with Glaenzer to obtain this design patent for a Statue of Liberty bust originally cast by the Parisian metal foundry Avoiron & Cie. The item "Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty" is in sale since Monday, April 30, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Historical". The seller is "grayautographs" and is located in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

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  • Autograph Authentication: University Archives
  • Signed by: Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France


Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty
   Frederic Bartholdi Letter Signed Discusses Patent Rights for Statue of Liberty