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FREE APPRAISAL.  To appraise, auction, buy, consign or sell your William Paca autograph that is for sale, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or contact Nate D. Sanders at (310) 440-2982. We will also grant you a high reserve which no other auction house will let you do.

William Paca Autograph Sold

At Nate D. Sanders Auctions we sold the following William Paca autograph for $3,414. Here is the description:

William Paca and John Rogers Document Signed DOI Signer

William Paca and John Rogers land grant signed, appointing parcels of land to Thomas Beatty in Baltimore County, Maryland. Dated 29 September 1783, document is signed along left margin by “Wm. Paca” as Governor of Maryland, and “JRogers Chanc.” as Chancellor. Paca was a signer of the Declaration of Independence, but Rogers, because of his illness, was the only delegate who voted for the Declaration, but did not sign it. Document measures 22″ x 19″ with hanging Maryland seal of a horse and rider. Light discoloration and some paper loss along folds, but overall in very good condition with bold signatures by the two men. With University Archives COA. Sold for $3,414.

William Paca autograph

William Paca and John Rogers Document Signed DOI Signer

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On a similar note, we also sold:

1843 Force Declaration of Independence From Original Copper Plate — Beautiful Copy

1843 Force Declaration of Independence from the original copper plate by William Stone, one of the earliest copies of the Declaration of Independence. In 1823, Congress authorized the production of facsimile copies of the Declaration of Independence for two reasons: the original was deteriorating rapidly and many of the aging original Signers sought copies. John Quincy Adams, then Secretary of State, oversaw the project and commissioned noted engraver William J. Stone to reproduce the document. Stone used a new Wet-Ink transfer process to create a copper plate from which facsimile copies were made. By wetting the original document, some of the original ink was transferred to the copperplate, which was then used for printing. Stone printed 201 copies on vellum, keeping one copy for himself (now residing in the Smithsonian) and distributing other copies to Thomas Jefferson, President James Monroe, members of Congress, surviving original Signers, various colleges and universities, and others. Of the original 201 copies, only 31 examples are currently known to exist, 19 of which are permanently housed in museums. In 1843, Peter Force used the original Stone copperplate to print additional copies of the Declaration of Independence on rice paper for inclusion in his book, ”American Archives”. Congress authorized up to 1,500 copies of the book to be printed, and while the actual number of copies printed is unknown, it’s generally estimated at 500. The Stone and Force copies represent an irony: certainly, they allowed additional people and institutions to obtain an identical facsimile of this most beloved of all historic American documents, but Stone’s Wet-Ink transfer process contributed to the deterioration of the original signed copy of the Declaration. The parchment did not respond well to water, with the unfortunate result being that the original Declaration of Independence, on display in our nation’s capitol, is in a rather sad state of preservation. This Force Declaration measures approximately 24.75” x 29.5” on rice paper. Folded for its original purpose of inclusion in Force’s book. A very good to near fine copy except for archival tape repairs on verso, and some creasing to front. The paper quality is very good, without as much brittleness as we usually see. A visually stunning example of one of America’s most beloved documents. Sold for $21,963.

William Paca autograph

1843 Force Declaration of Independence From Original Copper Plate

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