1886 Benjamin Harrison Signed Check PSA 9 
Lot Number 1005
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Benjamin Harrison (d.1901), the 23rd President of the United States, was the first president to attend a baseball game, in 1892, and introduced electricity to the White House. His administration (1889-93) is best known for a series of domestic-protective legislation, most notably the McKinley Tariff. Presented is a beautiful check signed by the Union Army Colonel, authenticated, and graded a MINT 9 by PSA/DNA. The check is dated to April 26, 1886 and hails from Fletcher's Bank of Indianapolis. Bearing all of the corresponding bank stamps and marks, this clean presidential check will make for a superb addition to any significant signatures collection. 
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