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Gilbert Stuart was an American portrait painter who is perhaps best remembered for his Athenaeum Portrait of George Washington that was used as a model for Washington’s image on the one dollar bill. Stuart painted several people during the 18th and 19th centuries including the first six presidents. His paintings can be found at many museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

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Gilbert Stuart Autograph Letter Signed Circa Early 1800s. Sold for Over $10,000.

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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.

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

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Thomas Nelson 1784 Autograph Letter Signed

Autographed letter signed by Declaration signer, Thomas Nelson, Jr. Datelined Williamsburg, 31 December 1784, Nelson writes in part: “…I am requested by my intimate friend Capt. Singleton to give him a letter of introduction to your Excellency. Hearing that collectors are appointed to different districts, he intends to offer his services for the upper District of James River and as I know, you wish on all occasions, to reward singular merit, I the more cheerfully comply with Capt. Singletons desire. His behavior as an officer during the War gain’d him the esteem of the Army, and his conduct as a citizen, since that period has deservedly made every man who knows him his friend…” The letter’s recipient is unknown, though since Nelson is seeking a political favor regarding a minor civil servant’s position in Virginia, he is likely writing to Governor Patrick Henry. Nelson was an active patriot throughout the American Revolution; he sat in the Continental Congress, signed the Declaration of Independence and served as a General of the Virginia Militia. Letter measures 6″ x 8″ and runs 2pp. Toning and fading, else very good condition. Sold for $7,200.

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Thomas Nelson Autograph Letter Signed 1784.

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Richard Henry Lee Long 1779 Revolutionary War Dated Autograph Letter Signed to Patrick Henry — Detailing How the British Were Unwilling to Exchange Prisoners of War With the Americans

Long autograph letter signed by Richard Henry Lee, as Chair of the Marine Committee of Continental Congress, to Governor Patrick Henry of Virginia concerning Governor Henry’s interest in the exchange of naval prisoners. Retained draft is datelined Philadelphia, 3 March 1779. Lee explains how the congressional committee distinguishes between state and Continental prisoners, and how the British negotiate for each, adding that ”no cartel has ever been, or could be settled with the enemy for American prisoners in G.B., they being unwilling there to recognize us in such a light…and therefore these exchanges have been confined to prisoners in America only.” Given the enormous number of American prisoners of war who were dying in British prison ships, exchanges were a matter of great urgency, but were only rarely completed. Large single page letter measures 8” x 12.75”. Moderate dampstaining, paper repairs to separations at folds, verso reinforcement on bottom right of letter, two small ink burn holes, and numerous cross-outs and emendations. Very good condition. Published in Letters of Delegates to Congress, 12:142-3. Provenance: Freeman’s sale, 16 April 1928, lot 167. Sold for $7,199.

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Richard Henry Lee Long 1779 Revolutionary War Dated Autograph Letter. Click to enlarge.

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