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As you probably know, Edwin Stanton was US Secretary of War during the 1862-1868.
I will give you a photo sample of his signature.
Your letter with his signature would have a value of $6500-8000 according to my research.
A private seller to a dealer can expect 40-60% of retail value.
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If you would like to work with me on future questions, I would be pleased to work with you.All you have to do is put my name (Doris) at the beginning of your question.
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Let me know,Doris
Here is another of Stanton's autographs when he was in a hurry.
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