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Group of Ephemera and Assorted Documents
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18th and 19th century, over 35 total documents with many referring to Thomas Richardson family of Newport, Rhode Island and William Thurston family of New York, personal and business correspondence; 1733 land indenture on vellum issued by John, Thomas, and Richard Penn; 1772 Last Will and Testament for John Price a linen weaver of Suffolk County, New York; 1803 land deed for Chester County, Pennsylvania; 1815 $2 registration for a "two wheeled chariot"; 1864 Louisiana document signed by Civil War Governor Michael Hahn; largest unfolded approximately 16 x 25 in.

Provenance: The Estate of Peter H. Tillou, Litchfield, Connecticut

Condition

condition issues throughout, incidents of staining, separations, losses with further peripheral losses anticipated, Penn document trimmed at lower portion and missing signature and seal

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Group of Ephemera and Assorted Documents

Estimate $200 - $400
Sep 30, 2022
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Starting Price $100
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0403: Group of Ephemera and Assorted Documents
Sold for $3006 Bids
Est. $200 - $400Starting Price $100
The Estate of Peter H. Tillou | Day 2
Sep 30, 2022 9:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0403 Details
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18th and 19th century, over 35 total documents with many referring to Thomas Richardson family of Newport, Rhode Island and William Thurston family of New York, personal and business correspondence; 1733 land indenture on vellum issued by John, Thomas, and Richard Penn; 1772 Last Will and Testament for John Price a linen weaver of Suffolk County, New York; 1803 land deed for Chester County, Pennsylvania; 1815 $2 registration for a "two wheeled chariot"; 1864 Louisiana document signed by Civil War Governor Michael Hahn; largest unfolded approximately 16 x 25 in.

Provenance: The Estate of Peter H. Tillou, Litchfield, Connecticut

Condition
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<p>condition issues throughout, incidents of staining, separations, losses with further peripheral losses anticipated, Penn document trimmed at lower portion and missing signature and seal </p>
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