J Edgar Hoover Signed Original 1971 FBI Letter Beckett Authentication
J Edgar Hoover Signed Original 1971 FBI Letter Beckett Authentication
J Edgar Hoover Signed Original 1971 FBI Letter Beckett Authentication

J Edgar Hoover Signed Original 1971 FBI Letter Beckett Authentication

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A Rare Piece of History - J. Edgar Hoover Signed Original 1971 FBI Letter with Beckett Authentication

Price: $495

Category: Memorabilia

For inquiries: Dial 0477 555 557

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Features:

  • Take home a piece of American history with this original FBI letterhead personally signed by J. Edgar Hoover himself.
  • This incredible find dates back to 1971, when Hoover penned a letter to FBI employee Mrs. Darlene L. Bellus, advising her to follow her doctor's guidance.
  • Elevate your collection by framing this letter just like the one showcased in the photo below.
  • Rest assured of its authenticity, as the signed FBI letter comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a Beckett Authentication hologram (serial-numbered and tamper-proof, Authentication Hologram T08945).
  • Enjoy free shipping to any destination across the globe.
  • Curious to see the memorabilia piece before making it yours? Schedule a Zoom meeting, Skype, or FaceTime call and we'll give you a virtual tour.
  • Priced at a cool $495.
  • Flexible payment options available: AfterPay and PayPal Pay by 4.

Seize this rare opportunity to own a piece of American law enforcement history with a J. Edgar Hoover signed original 1971 FBI letter. With Beckett Authentication and a Certificate of Authenticity, you can be confident in your purchase. Reach out to us at 0477 555 557 for more information or to arrange a virtual viewing. Don't let this incredible find slip through your fingers! 

J. Edgar Hoover, born John Edgar Hoover on January 1, 1895, in Washington, D.C., was an ambitious and tenacious law enforcement administrator who would go on to become the founding director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). After completing his law degree at George Washington University, Hoover joined the Department of Justice in 1917, where he quickly gained a reputation for his tireless work ethic and dedication to the rule of law.

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