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Lot of Papers
Salem, Massachusetts
18th Century - SOLD

Lot of Papers
Salem, Massachusetts
18th Century, entire view

Salem, Massachusetts, License and Permit to Erect a House for Tallow Making, Soap Boiling, Distillery and Brewery
Land Owned by Robert Stone and Joseph White
Signed by Selectman

Indenture, Boundary Dispute Settlement, Salem, Massachusetts
Signed by land surveyor, Gideon Foster of Danvers and Town Officials
Joseph White (Merchant)
Robert Stone (Merchant)
Samuel Phippen (Cabinetmaker)

Two pages, creases and separations

Period Copy of Land Deed, Salem, Massachusetts
David Phippen Conveys to Richard Derby
November 1762

Lot of Three Receipts, Brig Alert, Salem
Including Receipt for Armaments, Maiden Voyage

414-30 - SOLD

18th Century Indenture on Vellum
American - SOLD

18th Century Indenture on Vellum
American, entire view

Approximately 17.25" by 30.75", slight scallop along top, four black wax seals, deals with a land transfer in Philadelphia in 1733. Very good condition. An early American document worthy of further research.


First Issue of the Connecticut Courant
October 29, 1764 - SOLD

First Issue of the Connecticut Courant
October 29, 1764, entire view

Dimensions: 14.125 by 8.25".

576-26 - SOLD

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