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    1929 Thomas Edison Signed Edison Botanic Research Corporation Check, PSA/DNA Mint 9. Perhaps the greatest inventor in history, Thomas Alva Edison's many devices included the light bulb, phonograph, motion picture camera, stock ticker, and electric car battery. This "Edison Botanic Research Corporation" check is dated "Nov. 25, 1929" and payable to the "Pennsylvania Railroad" in the amount of "$297.94." Drawn on the Savings Investment & Trust Company of East Orange, New Jersey, the check is signed at the bottom in bold 9/10 black fountain pen "Thomas A. Edison." Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, Mint 9. Auction LOA from SGC.

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