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  • 63738
    Price: $500.00
    Gold Selleck Silliman [
    Gold Selleck Silliman, Revolutionary War General, settling his estate
  • 63469
    Price: $600.00
    Timothy Pickering
    Timothy Pickering third-person war dated receipt for straw
  • 63338
    Price: $7,500.00
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    Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 dated signed document of a woman purchasing land with association to William Penn and New Jersey Patriots
  • 20476
    Price: $1,500.00
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    A Revolutionary War archive concerning a soldier in the First Troop of Col. Sheldon's famous Light Horse Dragoons.
  • 20543
    Price: $2,500.00
    Richard Peters
    An interesting Richard Peters' archive consisting of two mid-eighteenth century Peters' pieces, and one 1808 piece from his nephew, also named Richard Peters.
  • 32691
    Price: $2,400.00
    Arthur St. Clair
    April 1776, three months before his appointment to Brigadier General, Arthur St. Clair signs a receipt for expenses incurred for medical care of soldiers in the Revolution, including one woman "belonging to said company."
  • 33135
    Price: $2,400.00
    John Dunlap
    A 1776 partially printed document from the press of John Dunlap, printer of the Declaration of Independence.
  • 33260
    Price: $1,900.00
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    Excellent 1781 Rev war letter Regarding Greene's campaign in the south that would culminate in Cornwallis' surrender at Yorktown
  • 33312
    Price: $900.00
    Nathaniel Sargeant
    Twice signed Nathaniel Peaslee Sargeant document regarding a prisoner
  • 33954
    Price: $2,850.00
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    Nice content Revolutionary War soldier letter written to General Hand with a variety of war content, including raising additional troops for the frontier garrisons. The writer would, ironically, be killed by Indians in Miami, Ohio. An additional very descriptive gun request signed by the doomed soldier is included.
  • 36600
    Price: $1,900.00
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    Three weeks after Lexington & Concord, a reward is paid for the recapture of “the infamous” Richard Steele who escaped the first American prison.
  • 37286
    Price: $1,000.00
    Robert Livingston
    Robert Livingston 1783 autographed letter signed regarding setting up a "house of entertainment."
  • 37392
    Price: $17,500.00
    Anthony Wayne
    Three journals totaling 58 pages with 9 signatures of "Mad" Anthony Wayne. There are references to land owned by Wayne, Benjamin Franklin and a multipage high content treatise on those "...who...died and that the liberty which our American and European Brothers, do now struggle for and may remain invaluable to..."
  • 38921
    Price: $900.00
    Jared Ingersoll
    Jared Ingersoll writes to his colleague regarding legal cases
  • 39645
    Price: $5,000.00
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    1776 Massachusetts Bay military commission
  • 40942
    Price: $3,000.00
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    Amazing 1811 Broadside addressed to patrons of the New Hampshire Patriot containing a lengthy allegorical poem with references to the American Revolution, James Madison, the Constitution, Shay's Rebellion, Timothy Pickering, much more...
  • 50165
    Price: $1,500.00
    Aaron Burr
    Unusual Mississippi Territory Document Signed by [Colonel] James Caller, militia and frontier leader, Battle of Burnt Corn, Creek War, concerning an account with Lemuel Henry, Aaron Burr sympathizer
  • 52116
    Price: $6,500.00
    Anthony Wayne
    Over 1000 words on a deed in the hand of 29-year-old Anthony Wayne after he surveyed the land his parents were selling.
  • 54115
    Price: $500.00
    Alured Clarke
    British General Alured Clarke certifies "the Clothing of the Army... [has] been Viewed and found agreeable to His Majesty's Instructions."
  • 54883
    Price: $2,100.00
    John André
    Britain mourns Benedict Arnold's co-conspirator, John Andrè.
  • 56715
    Price: $850.00
    Meshech Weare
    Rare document includes both the signatures of "The Father of New Hampshire," Meshech Weare, and his wife, Mehitable as witnesses to a land transaction.
  • 56809
    Price: $9,000.00
     Revolutionary War
    Magnificent Patriotic Display! Complete Set of ten Bicentennial Era Knives from the 1773 Boston Tea Party to General Washington’s triumphant Return to New York in 1783
  • 57103
    Price: $1,750.00
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    1776 Pro-American Independence British Newspaper
  • 58084
    Price: $4,000.00
    Thomas Gage
    The first rebel-held Massachusetts printing of Thomas Gage's official report on the Battle of Bunker Hill, including a full list of the killed and wounded
  • 58279
    Price: $2,900.00
     Revolutionary War
    A rare Revolutionary War treasure! A fragment of the wood from the famous HMS Somerset – the very ship Paul Revere sneaked past on his famous midnight ride.

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