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Gerald R. Ford

Gerald R. Ford White House Envelope Signed to Seymor Halpern, a Congressman and Noted Autograph Collector [American President]

Signed "Best Wishes, Gerald R. Ford." 7.75 x 4.5 inches.

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cxs: Gerald R. Ford Signed Copy of Pardon of Richard Nixon [American President]

A souvenir copy. Signed ďGerald R. FordĒ, as President. One page on White House letterhead. Dated in type September 8, 1974, [but signed later]Washington D.C. 8.5 x 11 inches.

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Gerald Fordís Signed Book

Gerald Fordís 1980 Speech to the Republican National Convention Signed Book

Book signed ďGerald R. FordĒ A Vision for America. Northridge, California: Lord John Press, 1980. First and limited edition, #36 of 500. Printed by the Castle Press.

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GOP Lunch Bucket Signed

GOP Lunch Bucket Signed by four Republican presidents: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Sr. [American President]

On a unique impressively decorated lunch bucket, autographs of four chief executives and nearly a hundred other members of the Republican elite, including: Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bob Dole, Nelson Rockefeller, Tom Dewey, Bob Hope, Barry Goldwater, Strom Thurmond, Spiro Agnew, John Mitchell, Martha Mitchell, Phyllis Schlafly, Cesar Romero, Pat Nixon, Julie Nixon, Tricia Nixon, Nancy Reagan, Mark Hatfield, George Romney, Happy Rockefeller, Judy Agnew, George Murphy, John Connally, William Saxbe, Robert Taft, Ray Bolger, Harold Stassen, Barbara Bush, John Tower, Maureen Reagan, and Barbara Eisenhower. Christine Todd Whitman signed the famous lunchbox in 1995.

Metal Thermos lunch bucket, hand painted and beautifully decorated, with rounded top, hinged at back with two front clasps catching at top. Interior lined with royal blue baize and trimmed with gold braid, the exterior painted ivory and decorated with seven GOP elephants of various sizes and with sketches of the White House and Capitol building. Height: 18.5 cm (7.25 in.) Width: 25.5 cm. (10 in.) Depth: 12.2 cm. (12.5 in.)

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