Phelps Broadside of the U.S. Constitution From 1846

U.S. Constitution, as printed by Humphrey Phelps in 1846 and known as the Phelps copy, one of the earliest printings of the Constitution. Broadside reads ''1846 / Constitution of the United States'' at top, with hand-colored artwork surrounding the document, which lists Articles I-VII of the Constitution. Cloth backed paper broadside is affixed to a scroll for display. Publisher's information at bottom reads, ''Published by H. PHELPS, No. 4 Spruce-street, (opposite the Park, NEW-YORK.'' Some dampstaining and portions of original shellac worn off. Chipping to sides. Overall in good condition with no loss of text.

Price: $2,000
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Phelps Broadside of the U.S. Constitution From 1846
Phelps Broadside of the U.S. Constitution From 1846
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