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Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the

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Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the
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Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the Declaration of Independence. Document signed by Samuel Bell, 5 x 7¼", Philadelphia, Mar. 31, 1759. Being a receipt for linens, muslin, and satin bought by Jacob Graff, a well-known bricklayer, who owned the house at 7th and Market St. (built in 1775), where Thomas Jefferson would write the Declaration of Independence in June 1776. Jefferson rented two second-floor rooms from Graff, a parlor and a bedroom. The house was reconstructed in 1975.
Estimated Value $200 - 400.
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Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the

Estimate $200 - $400
Jun 01, 2022
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Starting Price $100
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0019: Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the

Sold for $110
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Est. $200 - $400Starting Price $100
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Jun 01, 2022 1:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0019 Details

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Receipt to Jacob Graff, Jewish Bricklayer Who Owned the House Where Thomas Jefferson Wrote the Declaration of Independence. Document signed by Samuel Bell, 5 x 7¼", Philadelphia, Mar. 31, 1759. Being a receipt for linens, muslin, and satin bought by Jacob Graff, a well-known bricklayer, who owned the house at 7th and Market St. (built in 1775), where Thomas Jefferson would write the Declaration of Independence in June 1776. Jefferson rented two second-floor rooms from Graff, a parlor and a bedroom. The house was reconstructed in 1975.
Estimated Value $200 - 400.

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