1911 Winston Churchill Signed Correspondence as Home Secretary
A 1911 signed letter of handwritten correspondence from Winston Churchill (1874-1965), then serving as the Home Secretary. The letter is written on Home Office embossed stationary and details Churchill offering to look into an issue for a person named Samuel. The letter is presented beneath glass, blue matting, and encompassed by a black and gold tone frame with a sawtooth hanger affixed to the verso. Winston Churchill served as Home Secretary from 1910-1911, during this time he implemented a prison reform program. He served in several positions of the British government, notably as Prime Minister during World War II from 1940 to 1945, and a second term from 1951 to 1955. The piece is accompanied by a Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication.
- The autograph(s) on this item were visually inspected by a third-party authenticator and have received a “pass” in their pass/fail visual inspection test. An Auction Letter of Authenticity (ALOA) will be mailed to the winning bidder following the sale.
- creases and toning of paper; light fading of ink.
- measures the frame; visible image dimensions: 4.5"W x 6"H.