Currently Out of Stock
- Product Details
- Sell to Us
$500 First Mortgage Bond Certificate from Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna from 1866 signed by Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna with print of Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna along with write-up. Printed by Nathan Lane at 69 Wall & 91 Beaver Streets in New York City.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, (1795? - 1876), Mexican General, Revolutionist, President and Dictator. Santa Anna boldly signs this extremely graphic bond. It is without doubt the most impressive and ornate of all autographed stock or bonds. This $500 bond was issued in 1866 from New York City while Santa Anna was living in exile.
While he schemed to depose Emperor Maximilian, he issued these bonds in hopes of regaining power. In these attempts, he was captured and sentenced to death. Still, he was released and allowed to retire to New York and later when blind, he died in poverty and neglect. Of course, we remember him because of his success over the Texans at the Alamo and later his defeat and capture by Sam Houston at San Jacinto in 1836. Found in an old leather container in Texas, this Santa Anna signed American bond is fully issued, uncancelled, has no folds, has full margins and is in Superb condition.
Attractively housed in a protective sleeve. Dimensions are about 13.5" tall x18.5" wide.
Not yet rated. Be the first to Write a Review
We provide all of our customers with a refund, return and / or exchange on everything we sell including all bullion and certified coins. If for any reason, you have a problem, please feel free to call us. We will always do our best to accommodate you.