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Watergate First Day Cover FDC Lot - President Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew & Gerald Ford

Presented are three collectible Presidential - Vice President FDCs (First Day Covers) - Envelopes - cachets.

President Richard Nixon - "TOMORROW'S HEADLINES" - "NIXON WINS!!! WILL BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT - postmarked Nov. 5, 1968 Washington. REGISTER & VOTE US 6 stamp affixed. Envelope shows aging/discolorations - see photo for details.

Gerald Ford - Commemorating Executive Branch National Capital Sesquicentennial 1950.  - First Day of Issue Commemorating the Executive Branch of the United States Government National Capital Sesquicential 1800 Washington 1950. This envelope is postmarked Washingon D.C. June 12 9-am 1950 with a 3 cent cancelled stamp affixed. Shows expected storage/aging wear.

Spiro Agnew - National Capital Sesquicentennial 1950 - National Capital Sesquicentennial - White House at Capital First Day of Issue envelope. With a cancelled affixed 3 cent stamp affixed and a cancelled postage date stamped Washington D.C. Apr 20 9-am 1950. Has pinhole.

All three items feature secretarial, machine made or facsimile autographs. 

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