Author:WILLIAM NEKERVIS

Sort

Showing 1-1 of 1

1829 ORIGINAL HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT REGARDING THE FARMER'S BANK OF VIRGINIA AND PROMINENT JEWISH MERCHANT AND BUSINESSMAN PERHAPS ACTING FOR WOULD-BE PLAYWRIGHT AND DESCENDANT OF A COLONIAL JEWISH FAMILY

By: WILLIAM NEKERVIS

Price: $859.99

Publisher: New York NY, Virginia VA, 1829

Seller ID: 000522

Condition: Good+


WILLIAM NEKERVIS. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED as Cashier, Farmers Bank of Virginia, (Richmond, Virginia), April 10, 1829. 8 x 10 inches, 1 page + integral stampless address leaf. Horizontal and vertical folds; light soil; some weakness at folds; large docketing note on address leaf; Good condition overall. To T.I. Tobias: ...Since I last wrote to you, two of Mr. Judah's notes have been consolidated and reduced to $240. The debt is now $455, in two notes, $240 and $215, both due 27/30 April. There is a bit of a mystery behind this letter. T.I. TOBIAS was a prominent New York Jewish merchant and imp... View more info