Lot 1148: Vyshinsky, Andrey

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Lot 1148: Vyshinsky Andrey: (1883-1954) Soviet Politician. Foreign Affairs Minister 1949-53. Former State Prosecutor Of Stalin'S Moscow Trials And In Nuremberg. T.L.S., A. Y. Vyshinsky, At The Head, One Page, Folio, Moscow, 19Th March 1941, In Cyrillic. Vyshinsky Signs In His Capacity As Deputy Commissar Of Foreign Affairs. The Document Is An Order Issued By The People'S Commissar Of The Foreign Trade Of The Ussr, Signed At The Foot A. Mikoian, In His Capacity As Commissar Of The Ussr Foreign Affairs, And Establishes That '..For The Issue Of The Transit Permits For Foreign Goods Through The Territory Of The Ussr…..Fees To Be Collected Are The Following Amounts: 20 Rubles For The Goods Valued Under 3.000 Rubles, 30 Rubles For Goods Over 3.000 Rubles, And Until 10,000 Rubles, And 40 Rubles Over 10,000 Rubles And Until 20,000 Rubles..', And Concludes Stating ' The Income Of The Aforesaid Collection Is To Be Deposited In The Treasury For The All-Union Budget.' An Interesting War Dated Letter With Two Bold Blue Pencil Signatures. A Very Small Area Of Paper Loss To The Left Edge Due To Previous Filing, Otherwise Vg. Anastas Mikoyan (1895-1978) Soviet Statesman During The Mandates Of Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev, And Brezhnev. Chairman Of The Presidium Of The Supreme Soviet Of The Soviet Union 1964-65. A Highly Influential Politician Who Dominated The Supervision Of Foreign And Domestic Trade During Stalin And Khrushchev Administrations. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction October 2015 Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Estimate: £300-400
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