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Lyman Hall Autograph Sells for $9,518 at NateDSanders.com Auctions

To auction, sell or consign a Declaration of Independence signer, Lyman Hall autograph, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call Nate D. Sanders at (310) 440-2982.

Lyman Hall Autograph

A Lyman Hall autograph is one of the rarest autographs of any signer of the Declaration of Independence.  Plenty of signers went on to prominent government positions where they autographed lots of items, from documents to letters.  A Lyman Hall autograph is more valuable than most because he probably didn’t autograph many items and his items certainly have not been kept over the years.  The rarest Declaration of Independence signer, Button Gwinnett, is also from the same state as Lyman Hall, which is Georgia, so it probably shows that 18th century Georgia did not save material like other states.  Here are the rare Lyman Hall autograph items that we at NateDSanders.com Auctions have sold:

Declaration of Independence Signer, Document With a Lyman Hall Autograph

Declaration of Independence signer, autograph document signed with a bold Lyman Hall autograph, who is one of the more scarce signers. Acting in his capacity as Governor of Georgia, Hall grants 600 acres of land to a Captain John Ducour, signing at the document’s conclusion, “L. Hall”. Datelined Savannah, 24 September 1783, half sheet measures 9″ x 5.75″. With docketing on verso. Document is inlaid and there is loss to left margin affecting three words. Housed in a blue linen folding case with a blue morocco spine lettered gilt. Attractive document in very good condition.  Sold for $9,518.

Lyman Hall Autograph

DOI Signer Lyman Hall Document Signed — One of the Rarest of Declaration Signers

Lyman Hall Legal Document Signed

Legal document with a Declaration of Independence signer, Lyman Hall autograph. 18 Dec. 1753, concerns a loan agreement between Nathan Hurlbert and Benjamin Wyncoop. Reads: “…full and whole sum of sixty-four pounds current lawful money…to be paid…the condition of the above obligation is such that if the above named…shall well & truly pay or cause to be paid…obligation to be void & of none effect, otherwise to stand & remain in full force…in presence of (signed) Lyman Hall.” Number notations at bottom. Accompanied by small engraving of Hall. Fine condition.   Sold for $7,905.

Lyman Hall Autograph

Legal document signed by DOI signer Lyman Hall. 18 Dec. 1753

Declaration of Independence Signer, Document With a Lyman Hall Autograph

Declaration of Independence signer, document signed with a nice Lyman Hall autograph as Governor of Georgia, from Savannah, dated 3 January 1784. Document grants 450 acres to a Daniel Marshal, “a private militia man”. Inlaid document measures 4.75″ x 7″ and is housed in a blue linen folding case with blue morocco spine lettered in gilt. Minor discoloration along margin, else near fine.  Sold for $7,500.

Lyman Hall Autograph

Declaration of Independence Signer Lyman Hall Document Signed — One of the Rarest of Declaration Signers

Declaration of Independence Signer, Document With a Lyman Hall Autograph

Declaration of Independence signer, document signed with a dark Lyman Hall autograph as Governor of Georgia, from Savannah, dated 5 September 1783. Hall is one of the rarest Declaration signers. Document grants 300 acres to a Captain John Lucas, according to the resolution of Congress from 16 August 1776. Inlaid document measures 8.5” x 6.5”. Paper loss along top left edge and tears along folds, repaired with inlaying. Also some discoloration. Lyman Hall signature is very bold. Accompanied by an engraving of Hall, and with a COA from University Archives certifying that the Lyman Hall autograph is authentic.  Sold for $6,250.

Lyman Hall Autograph

Declaration of Independence Signer Lyman Hall Document Signed — One of the Rarest of Declaration Signers — With COA From University Archives

To auction, sell or consign a Declaration of Independence signer, Lyman Hall autograph, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call Nate D. Sanders at (310) 440-2982.

 

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