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John F. Kennedy's signed Senate ID card sells for $20k at auction

John F. Kennedy's Senate ID Card sold for $20,000 according to Boston-based RR Auction. The one-of-a-kind historically significant official US Senate personal identification card issued to John F. Kennedy, featured an image of the young senator, neatly signed in full in fountain pen, "John F. Kennedy." Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Kennedy's longtime secretary Evelyn Lincoln on US Senate memorandum letterhead, April 27, 1987, to noted JFK collector Robert L.
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