General Winfield Scott Signed Check
Framed Autograph Display
New York - April 7, 1830
One of the most accomplished military men in United States history, Winfield Scott Served as a general in the United States Army from 1814 to 1861 - taking part in the Mexican American War, the War of 1812, conflicts with the Native Americans, and the early stages of the Civil War. He was named Commanding General of the U.S. Army and held the position from 1841-1861.
Offered here is a signed check from Scott, dated April 7, 1830 in New York. After being wounded in the War of 1812, Scott was assigned to command army forces in the northeast, and he and his family moved to New York City. The check is in beautiful shape and WInfield Scott's signature remains in high grade condition, considering the piece is almost 200 years old,
It has been double framed and matted along with a steel engraving of the general - comed with a letter of authenticity from JSA.