Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 Bill Signing Pen and Typed Letter Signed


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34th President.  Great presentation featuring President Eisenhower’s pen used to sign “Public Law 88-584 / 88th Congress, S. 692 / September 7, 1964 / An Act to establish Federal agricultural services to Guam…”.  The official ‘bill signer’ Esterbrook dipping pen measures 6.25″ long and features a black plastic grip with a Lucite handle imprinted with “The President—The White House.” Mounted within a frame with a typed letter signed “Lyndon B. Johnson”, The White House Washington stationery, September 7, 1964, to Nathan Koenig of the United States Department of Agriculture, in full:

It is with great pleasure that I enclosed herewith the pen used in signing S. 692, a bill that authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to establish and maintain an agricultural program in the territory of Guam. 

Framed with a copy of the Act to an overall size of 19×13.  Some wear to the vintage frame.

Please note:  we are unsure if the letter is authentically signed by LBJ and have priced the piece for the value of the pen alone.