JOHN QUINCY ADAMS DOCUMENT SIGNED, "J. Q. Adams", as president, 15.5 x 9.75, May 10, 1826, awarding John Vaughan 80 acres of public land purchased "according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 24th of April 1820...for the sale of the Public Lands." One of the nicest land grants we have ever seen (most are stained, torn, faded, etc.): on this one the Seal of the General Land Office is fully intact, all the entries are very legible, and the signatures of both the Commissioner of the General Land Office, G. W. Graham, and the signature of U. S. President John Quincy Adams boldly signed. This is a stunningly attractive historic keepsake, with light age toning and the usual folds. Comes with an original vintage engraved portrait of the President. Both items would make an attractive display.