Thomas Edison Signed Letter (Beckett)

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(2) page hand written letter is dated November 12, 1921, and has been hand signed by Thomas Edison (D. 1931).

In this letter, Edison Explains Production of New Record Technology That He Invented to His Employee, Sherwood Troop Moore. The letter to Sherwood Troop Moore is instructing him to change how he processes a special set of 12 blanks [likely blank disc records] and explaining that these blanks can be used to evaluate "Scratch". Johnson thanks Vance "A beautiful Christmas packet and message." Transcript reads: "Moore, These are Dalley blanks; Run (?) 12 blanks using the 1st set of polished Moulds from new polisher-- Schedule should be 850 lbs. & not 1000 as on Reg[ular] blank - Keep the other 12 for further use. With these Dalley blanks we can tell the dif[f]erence in Scratch - Print the whole 12 of 1st lot. E"

The lot / autograph(s) includes an official Beckett Authentication Services hologram and matching LOA for authenticity purposes.

Authentication: Beckett LOA

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