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Sell or Auction Your Francis Lightfoot Lee Autograph for up to Over $15,000 at Nate D. Sanders

FREE VALUATION. To buy, auction, sell or consign your Francis Lightfoot Lee autograph that is for sale, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982.

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Francis Lightfoot Lee was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses between 1765 to 1775 and was known for supporting radical ideas such as the opposition of the Stamp Act of 1765. Lee signed the Articles of Confederation and the Declaration of Independence. Francis Lightfoot Lee and brother Richard Henry Lee were the only brother duo to have signed the Declaration of Independence.

Below is recent realized price for a Francis Lightfoot Lee autograph. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

Francis Lightfoot Lee Autograph Letter Circa Early 1770s. Sold for Over $15,000.

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Rare Declaration Signer & Virginia Gov. Thomas Nelson Autograph Letter Signed One and a Half Months Before the Yorktown Surrender — ”…I think the game is nearly up with Cornwallis…” — 1781

Declaration of Independence signer, Thomas Nelson autograph letter signed, “Thos Nelson Jr.” as Governor of Virginia, thus Governor of the state where the Yorktown Surrender and the last fighting of the Revolutionary War happened. In this autograph letter signed, with an additional free frank signed, Nelson asks Brigadier General George Weedon to thwart disaster by taking care of supplying provisions for Washington’s Yorktown-bound army. Nelson personally fought in the Seige of Yorktown. Datelined Richmond, Virginia, 3 September 1781, letter reads: “…After congratulating you on the arrival of 28 French ships of the line, six frigates & 3000 troops, permit me to request your assistance for the support of a considerable army that are now on their march from the northward…Disappointment to so large an army would be attended with the most fatal effects. I think the game is nearly up with Cornwallis…” Large folio document runs one page and measures 8″ x 12.5″. Toning and light staining, with signed address leaf mounted to verso, else near fine. Published in Magazine of History, August 1910, pages 125-6. Provenance: Henkels Joshua I. Cohen sale, 12 November 1907, lot 122; collection of Adrian Joline; sold by Mary Benjamin to Allyn Kellogg Ford.  Sold for $23,116.

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Thomas Nelson Autograph Letter. Click to enlarge.

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Thomas Nelson Signed Letter on Benedict Arnold’s Whereabouts at the Beginning of the Virginia Campaign That Would Lead to Yorktown — ”…Yesterday the enemy’s fleet passed Burwell’s Ferry…”

Declaration of Independence signer Thomas Nelson letter signed, ”Thos Nelson Jr” as Brigadier General. From Williamsburg, Virginia, he writes to Brigadier General George Weedon concerning the whereabouts of Benedict Arnold and his men. Dated 14 January 1781, it reads: ”…Yesterday the enemy’s fleet passed Burwell’s Ferry, & is so far below it this morning as puts it almost beyond a doubt that they have no farther designs on this quarter…[but might] post at Portsmouth… [The militia at Nelson’s command is] fully sufficient to protect the county below between York & James Rivers from plundering parties…” Single page measures approximately 6.5” x 8.5”. Small tear near center and a small seal hole. Light toning and soiling. In very good to near fine condition.  Sold for $10,541.

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Thomas Nelson Signed Letter. Click to enlarge.

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

Declaration of Independence signer Lyman Hall document signed 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. Sold for $6,250.

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Declaration of Independence Signer Lyman Hall Document Signed . Click to enlarge.

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