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George Washington free franked envelope, signed and addressed in Washington's hand as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Washington addresses Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Walton White of the 4th Regiment Light Dragoons, with ''public service'' also written on the address panel by Washington. Docketing on side panel in another hand reveals the date of 10 February 1779, at which time White served with the 4th Light Dragoons; White previously served as Washington's aide-de-camp in 1775.

Washington's large signature, ''Go: Washington'' measures approximately 3.5'' x .75'' on document measuring 13.5'' x 8.25''. With paper loss around partial red wax seal where opened, and folds, not affecting Washington's signature. Some soiling, but overall in very good condition with a prominent signature by the General and first President.
George Washington Autograph Free Frank Signature in 1779 as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army During the Revolutionary WarGeorge Washington Autograph Free Frank Signature in 1779 as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army During the Revolutionary WarGeorge Washington Autograph Free Frank Signature in 1779 as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army During the Revolutionary War
George Washington Autograph Free Frank Signature in 1779 as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army During the Revolutionary War
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