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James Madison was the fourth president of the U.S. serving between 1809 and 1817. His presidential term is perhaps best-known for the War of 1812 which was nicknamed “Mr. Madison’s War”. Madison also founded the Democratic-Republican party alongside Thomas Jefferson and as a founding father of the United States composed the first drafts of the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.

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Incredible Secretary of State James Madison July 1803 Letter Signed Regarding the April 1803 Offer from France for the Louisiana Purchase

James Madison letter signed, as Secretary of State, dated 18 July 1803 and directed to Rhode Island Senator Christopher Ellery, requesting his presence at a special session of Congress to vote on the Louisiana Purchase. Exceptional letter reads in full, “(Circular.) Department of State, Washington, July 18, 1803. / Sir, The Proclamation by the President, of which a copy is inclosed, will inform you, that in pursuance of his authority to convene Congress on extraordinary occasions, he has appointed Monday the 17th day of October next for the meeting of the Senators and Representatives of the United States. This anticipation of the commencement of the ensuing session is rendered necessary by conventions with the French Republic, involving a cession of Louisiana to the United States; which may require the presence of both Houses, and of which conventions the ratifications are to be exchanged within six months computed from the 30th of April last. The shortness of the period therefore, to which the necessary proceedings will be limited, with the very great importance of the subject to the interest of the United States, claim from every member the most punctual attendance; and I am charged by the President to urge these considerations on your patriotism, and your sense of duty. Assurance myself that they will have all the effect which he justly expects from them. I remain, Sir, With the highest respect, Your most obedient Servant,” signed “James Madison”. In April 1803, James Madison received the unexpected offer from France to purchase the vast swath of territory from New Orleans to Minnesota and westward to part of present day Idaho. Working under a deadline from France of ratifying the purchase by October 30, Madison quickly agreed to purchase terms with France, forwarded the document to President Thomas Jefferson in late July, and then summoned Congress to a special session. Ellery and his fellow Senators voted on 20 October, just ten days before France’s deadline, and ratified the Louisiana Purchase Treaty by a vote of 24-7 (the controversial purchase was opposed by some as unconstitutional). Upon its completion, Napoleon Bonaparte remarked, “This accession of territory affirms forever the power of the United States, and I have given England a maritime rival who sooner or later will humble her pride.” Letter measures approximately 9.5″ x 12″. Single page with integral address panel is additionally free-franked signed by Madison. Seal hole and small chip at center fold, else near fine. While this letter theoretically exists for the approximate 200 U.S. Senators, Representatives and Governors in 1803, this is only the third such letter or occurrence of this letter to come to auction, making it exceptionally scarce. A significant document from the largest and most important territorial acquisition of the United States in her history. Sold for $37,000.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson Ship’s Paper Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State — Rare

Ornate scalloped ship’s paper, boldly signed by Thomas Jefferson as President and countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State. The ship’s paper authorizes the passage of a ship, though the document is not dated or filled in with specifics as to which ship was allowed safe passage. With bold, clear signatures by Jefferson, ”Th:Jefferson” and Madison, ”James Madison” at lower right. Jefferson’s signature is large, measuring 2” x 1”. Reads in part, ”…To pass with her Company, Passengers, Goods and Merchandise without any hindrance, seizure or molestation…Given under the Hand and the Seal of the United States of America…” With two vignettes at top of a lighthouse and a sailboat. Original blindstamped seal at lower left. Document measures 10.25” x 15”, matted and framed to an overall size of 16” x 21”. Bisecting folds throughout, else near fine. Sold for $13,401.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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Thomas Jefferson Four-Language Ship’s Paper Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State

Thomas Jefferson four-language ship’s paper signed as President, dated 7 October 1801. Document, translated in English, Spanish, French and Dutch, permits the brig Hope to pass from New Haven to Martineco under the command of Daniel Morris. Jefferson signs ”Th: Jefferson” to middle of partially printed document, with Madison’s signature, ”James Madison” underneath. Measures 17” x 22”. Some toning along folds and a few places of archival reinforcement to verso. Very good plus. Sold for $9,983.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson Ship’s Paper Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State

Thomas Jefferson ship’s paper signed as President, and countersigned by then Secretary of State James Madison on 24 December 1802. Jefferson and Madison each sign to bottom of document, ”Th Jefferson” and ”James Madison”, permitting the ship ”Mercury” to travel internationally, often through violent seas patrolled by Great Britain. Partially printed document is beautifully matted and framed to 41.5” x 27”. Document itself, with scalloped top edge, measures 11” x 18”. Weighs 18 lbs. Folds and light fading. Very good to near fine condition. Sold for $6,050.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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Thomas Jefferson Land Grant Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State

Thomas Jefferson document signed, “Th. Jefferson”, granting land in the northwest territory to veterans of the Continental Army. Vellum document datelined Washington, 22 April 1803 is also countersigned by future President James Madison as then Secretary of State. With fully intact paper covered red wax seal, document measures 12″ x 14.25″. Small paper loss along folds, otherwise in near fine condition with bold signatures. Accompanied by 9″ x 13.75″ engraving of Jefferson and complete transcription of document. Sold for $5,841.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson & James Madison Signed 1804 Ship’s Passport — Beautifully Framed Display

As President, Thomas Jefferson signs his name in black ink as “Th: Jefferson” to a 4-language ship’s passport for the “Roeback” on 18 July 1804. Jefferson’s succeeding President, James Madison, also signs his name in full at right in black ink while serving as Secretary of State. Document retains its paper covered seals and is printed in 4 languages: French, Spanish, English and Dutch, respectively. Document measures 20.5″ x 16.5″, framed to 29″ x 36.5″. Weighs 12.6 lbs. Folds and minor wear to edges including small tears, overall very good condition. Sold for $5,787.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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Thomas Jefferson Ship’s Paper Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State — Scarce

Ornate scalloped ship’s paper, boldly signed by Thomas Jefferson as President and countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State. The ship’s paper authorizes the passage of a ship, though neither dated nor filled in with specifics as to which ship was allowed safe passage. With bold, clear signatures by Jefferson, “Th:Jefferson” and Madison, “James Madison” at lower right. Jefferson’s signature is large, measuring 2″ x 1″. Reads in full: “Suffer the [ ] master and commander, of the brethren of [ ] tons or thereabouts, mounted with guns, navigated with [ ] men. To pass with her Company, Passengers, Goods and Merchandise without any hindrance, seizure or molestation: the said [ ] appearing, by good testimony, to belong to one or more of the Citizens of the United States, and to him or them only. Given under the Hand and the Seal of the United States of America, the [ ] day of [ ] in the year of our lord one thousand [ ] hundred and [ ].” With two vignettes at top of a lighthouse and a sailboat. Original blindstamped seal with some water spotting intact at lower left. Document measures 11.5″ x 18″ with fading, creasing and folds throughout. Two tiny pinholes along left vertical fold. Very good condition overall. Sold for $5,644.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson Military Land Grant Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State

Thomas Jefferson and James Madison document signed as President and Secretary of State respectively, datelined Washington, 20 May 1801. In this document granting land to American Revolutionary War veteran Holt Richerson, Jefferson and Madison assign land along the Little Miami River. Richerson served as Lt. Colonel of the 7th Virginia Regiment from 9 October 1777 to 10 May 1779, and thereafter was deputy sheriff of King William County. Visible portion of single page document measures 12.5” x 14.5”, framed to 18.5” x 20.75”. Not examined out of frame, but in very good condition with small loss at intersecting folds and hole next to paper seal. Sold for $5,625.

James Madison Autograph

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Thomas Jefferson Four-Language Ship’s Paper Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison as Secretary of State

Thomas Jefferson document signed as President, countersigned by future President James Madison as Secretary of State. Four language ship’s papers allow the brig ”Sarah” to sail from the port of Philadelphia to Bilboa. The high seas were dangerous at this time, as the English often seized American ships, leading to Jefferson’s 1807 trade embargo and ultimately the War of 1812. Dated 18 June 1803, Jefferson signs in the English portion, ”Th. Jefferson”. With two red wax paper-backed seals intact. Document measures 20” x 16”. Small portions of paper loss and archival tape repairs to verso. Overall very good condition. Sold for $5,500.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson & James Madison Signed 1807 Ship’s Passport

As President, Thomas Jefferson signs his name in black ink “Th: Jefferson” to a ship’s passport concerning the “Brig Betsey of York” on 21 May 1807. Jefferson’s succeeding President, James Madison, also signs his name in full at lower right in black ink while serving as Secretary of State. Document retains its paper covered seal at lower left and includes decorative nautical illustrations at top with scalloped edge. Matted and framed next to portrait engravings of each President. Single page vellum document measures 12″ x 17″, framed to 32″ x 26″. Weighs 8.8 lbs. Expected wear to vellum document with folds, portion missing at upper left and some discoloration; overall very good condition. Sold for $5,291.

James Madison Autograph

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Thomas Jefferson 1806 Document Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison

Thomas Jefferson land grant signed as President, dated 7 April 1806. Here, Jefferson acknowledges that a Jacob Hauk has made payment for the “Northwest Quarter of Lot or Section Number Thirteen” in Steubenville, Ohio and thus has been granted the quarter lot of land. The document is signed “Th. Jefferson” at conclusion and is also signed by Secretary of State “James Madison.” Document measures 16″ x 8.5″. Luxuriously matted and framed to an overall size of 49″ x 27.25″, with portraits and nameplates for both Jefferson and Madison. Some toning and folds throughout, with trimmed edges and one small tear at center, overall very good condition. Original blindstamped U.S. seal intact at lower left corner. Sold for $4,750.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

Thomas Jefferson Ship’s Papers Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison

Thomas Jefferson ship’s papers signed as President. Attractive vellum document shows naval vignettes intercut with a scalloped top edge designed to mimic ocean waves, complete with red wax-based paper seal. Signed by the President, “Th. Jefferson” at bottom right, and also “James Madison” as Secretary of State. Document is dated 16 April 1806, with ship’s information filled out, but faded. Document measures 10.25″ x 15.5″. Madison’s signature is faded and Jefferson’s less so. Folds and a few pinholes, overall very good condition. Sold for $4,870.

James Madison Autograph

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Thomas Jefferson Ship’s Papers Signed as President — Countersigned by James Madison

Thomas Jefferson ship’s papers signed as President. Attractive vellum document shows naval vignettes intercut with a scalloped top edge designed to mimic ocean waves, complete with red wax-based paper seal. Signed by the President, ”Th. Jefferson” at bottom right, and also ”James Madison” as Secretary of State. Document is dated 16 April 1806, with ship’s information filled out, but faded. Document measures 10.25” x 15.5”. Madison’s signature is faded and Jefferson’s less so. Folds and a few pinholes, overall very good condition. Sold for $3,750.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Autograph Letter Signed 1824

James Madison autograph letter signed to John Quincy Adams from Montpellier dated during James Monroe’s Presidency on 26 February 1824. Madison writes, “Dear Sir / I find that my letters to Mr. Rush are rec’d by him so punctually & conveniently when passing from the Department of State that I must continue to avail myself of your kindness by requesting that the enclosed may have that advantage. With high esteem and cordial respects / James Madison / Mr. Adams” Document measures 4.75″ x 7.5″ and framed, 20″ x 17.25″. Fine condition. Sold for $2,507.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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Pat Nixon Typed Letter Signed as First Lady — Written the Same Year Nixon Was Impeached — “…your warm message of support and encouragement holds special meaning for all of our family…”

Pat Nixon typed letter signed as First Lady on official White House stationery, dated 31 January 1974. Letter is addressed to a Helen Scarano and thanks her for her continued support: “…The expressions of friendship and confidence it brought to us are truly inspiring and shall be treasured always…” With a clear “Pat Nixon” signature in blue ink. Letter measures 6.25″ x 9.25″ with a few folds at bottom, else near fine. Includes original White House envelope. Sold for $2,279.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Autograph Letter Signed — Recommending a Former Political Associate — “…I cheerfully bear my testimony to the claim given to him by the intelligence in the integrity and the respectability belonging to his character…”

James Madison autograph letter signed, dated 9 June 1823 from Montpelier, Virginia, where he retired. Here, Madison gives a strong recommendation for a Mr. Morris, who worked on a confidential mission in Spain under Madison. Letter reads in part, “…Mr. Morris who was employed for several years on a confidential mission to Spain, observes to me that in executing the trust, he incurred expenses particularly in being transferred from Cadiz to Madrid and during his residence at the latter place, which in the known circumstances of Spain were great beyond foresight…I cheerfully bear my testimony to the claim given to him by the intelligence in the integrity and the respectability belonging to his character. / James Madison”. Letter has some toning throughout, with small tears and an area of paper loss to the edges. Document has been de-acidified and archivally framed. Very good condition. Sold for $1,883.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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1811 Ohio Land Grant Signed by James Madison & James Monroe

Land grant signed by James Madison as Secretary of State and James Monroe as President. Document announces that George Binker filed a certificate with the Chillicothe land office to own a quarter lot ”…for the south east quarter of section number three of township number nine…” Document is dated 1 October 1811 and contains a paper Presidential seal to lower right corner. Document measures 15.25” x 8.75”. Edges slightly toned and chipped. Tear to upper right corner and along center vertical tearline. Overall very good condition. Sold for $1,477.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Land Grant Signed as President in 1811, Countersigned by James Monroe as Secretary of State — With COA From JSA

James Madison land grant signed as President on 30 December 1811, countersigned by James Monroe as Secretary of State. Document grants one John Riley a parcel of land in Steubenville, Ohio. Madison signs to lower right of partially printed vellum document, with Monroe signing below Madison, and with seal of United States land office to lower left. Accompanied by commemorative dollar coins issued by the U.S. Mint and housed in colorful commemorative matting board. Includes two of Monroe and two of Madison, as well as two commemorative stamps; one commemorating Madison issued in 1947 and one commemorating Monroe issued in 1958. Document measures 15” x 9.5”. Coins measure 1” in diameter; Monroe and Madison stamps measures 1” x 1” and 1.5” x 1” respectively. Folds, toning and soiling to portions of document. Very good. With a COA from JSA. Sold for $1,250.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Autograph

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James Madison & James Monroe Signed 1812 Land Grant — Madison Signs as President and Monroe Signs as Secretary of State

James Madison and James Monroe signed land grant from 1812, as President and Secretary of State respectively. Dated 20 April 1812, Madison grants a parcel of land to a John Townsend in “the territory north west of the Ohio, and above the mouth of Kentucky”. With existing paper seal to lower left. Document measures 14.25″ x 9.5″, framed to an overall size of 19.75″ x 15″. Tears in paper where intersecting folds meet, and some foxing and discoloration. Overall good condition. Sold for $986.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Autograph Letter Signed — With Rare Content Regarding George Washington’s Handwriting — “…In writing his name he did not differ from his other writing, and that…underwent no change…”

James Madison autograph letter signed, written at the age of 81 from his Montpelier, Virginia home, dated 17 August 1832. Letter is addressed to Israel K. Tefft [sic], an early collector of autographs, who wrote to Madison to verify the authenticity of George Washington’s signature on a letter. Reads in full: “Dear Sir: Your letter of July 31 enclosing a letter from Genl. Washington to Genl. McIntosh came duly to hand. The signature is certainly by Genl. Washington himself, and it is equally certain I think that the body of the letter is in the hand of another — the original draft having probably been retained and a copy of it sent as must have been frequently the case with him. In writing his name he did not differ from his other writing, and that, as I happen to know, underwent no change from the period of [17]83 till within a few years of his death. I take this occasion to thank you for the several newspapers politely forwarded to me some time ago. They contained publications from able pens as well as on important subjects. I hazard nothing in the remark notwithstanding the slight attention to them permitted by the very impaired health under which I have long been labouring. I return the letter as desired with an offer of my cordial respects and good wishes.” Signed clearly, “James Madison”. Letter is written on one page measuring 7.5″ x 9.5″, plus blank integral leaf. Nicely framed with a creme-colored mat to an overall size of 14.25″ x 17″. Near fine. Sold for $917.

James Madison Autograph

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James Madison Land Grant Signed as President — Also During the War of 1812

James Madison signed land grant as President, dated 10 October 1812. Madison authorizes land near Cincinnati to be sold to a John Anderson. At this time, the U.S. was embroiled in the War of 1812, and the White House would be set aflame less than a year after this signing. Vellum document measures 14.75″ x 9″, with intact paper seal and James Madison’s name printed at top. Madison’s signature at bottom right is bold. Some spotting to upper left, folds and creasing; overall very good condition. Sold for $816.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Autograph Document Signed — The 4th U.S. President Promises to Repay a Loan of $1,000 Near the End of His Life

James Madison autograph promissory note signed for $1,000. Note from 1831 is penned by Madison in full, ”$1000 I promise to pay to John C Payne on demand, one thousand dollars this day received on loan, with interest on the same till paid. Given under my hand this first day of April, one thousand eight hundred thirty one. / James Madison”. Madison suffered severe financial stress late in his life, at which time this note was written. Measures 7.5” x 2.75”. Toning, folds and uneven right and bottom edges. Overall very good condition. With writing on verso, likely in Payne’s hand. Sold for $813.

James Madison Autograph

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James Madison Land Grant Signed as President — 24 April 1809

Presidential land grant signed “James Madison”, dated 24 April 1809. Also signed by Secretary of State Robert Smith. Document grants a Mr. Henry Kumler a portion of land in Chillicothe, Ohio. Document, on vellum paper with intact U.S. blindstamped seal, measures 14.25″ x 8″. Folding and toning, otherwise near fine condition. Rich gold and chocolate-colored wood frame with taupe mat measures 31.5″ x 20.5″. Also includes portrait engraving of the 4th President and placard of his name. Sold for $808.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Document Signed as President — Granting 50 Acres of Ohio Land ”…in consideration of Military Service…” — Dated 25 July 1815

Document signed by President James Madison granting 50 acres of Ohio land, dated 25 July 1815. Reads in part, ”James Madison, President of the United States of America…in consideration of Military Service performed by Thomas Hopper, a Captain for three years…” Signed ”James Madison” in ink at conclusion. Paper seal intact. Single page, partially printed, measures 12” x 15.” Light toning, folds and discoloration around seal. Very good condition. Sold for $787.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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James Madison Land Grant Signed

James Madison autograph land grant signed August 8, 1816. Sold for $750.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Land Grant Signed as President

James Madison document signed as President on 30 September 1815, granting land to David Holderman in Chillicothe, Ohio. Madison signs ”James Madison” to lower right of vellum document, which measures 13” x 8.5”. Accompanied by engraving of Madison, measuring 6.75” x 9”. Folds, light soiling and toning. Very good condition. Sold for $625.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

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James Madison & James Monroe Signed 1812 Land Grant — Madison Signs as President and Monroe Signs as Secretary of State

James Madison and James Monroe signed land grant from 1812, as President and Secretary of State respectively. Dated 20 April 1812, Madison grants a parcel of land to a John Townsend in ”the territory north west of the Ohio, and above the mouth of Kentucky”. With existing paper seal to lower left. Document measures 14.25” x 9.5”, framed to an overall size of 19.75” x 15”. Tears in paper where intersecting folds meet, and some foxing and discoloration. Overall good condition. Sold for $625.

James Madison Autograph

James Madison Autograph. Click to enlarge.

James Madison Land Grant Signed as President in 1814

President James Madison land grant signed, dated 27 July 1814. Document grants a John Ritter of Fairfield County, Ohio ”the southeast quarter of section eighteen of township fourteen in range twenty…” Signed clearly ”James Madison” and countersigned by Commissioner of the General Land Office ”Edward Tiffin”. Document measures 13.5” x 8.75”. Chip to top and along vertical fold, some toning, foxing and wear. Blindstamp seal intact, though deteriorating. Overall in good to very good condition. Sold for $625.

James Madison Autograph

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