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Item 7175 - Roger Sherman Autograph Document Signed Catalog 1008 (May 2020)

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Signer of the Declaration of Independence from Connecticut (1721-1793) who was the only man to also sign the Articles of Association, the Articles of Confederation, and the US Constitution. Partial third-person ADS, one page, 8 x 2.25, no date. Document pertaining to real estate, in part: "Roger Sherman his Heirs and Assigns forever a certain Tract or parcel of Land Situate in Said New Haven being in the Common Field called the Yorkshire Quarter Bounded South by a Highway North by Land of Caleb Hotch Miss 2d: Easterly by Land that did belong to Nath'll Mix Deceased, Westerly by Land belonging to the Heis of Caleb Mix Deceased, Containing Five acres Bounded at each corner by Meer Stones." In fine condition, with light toning to the center and trimmed edges. From the Collection of Dr. Lawrence E. Miller.

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