Superb 1765 John Hancock Signed Document, Bill Of Lading W/full Name Signature


Superb 1765 John Hancock Signed Document, Bill Of Lading W/full Name Signature

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Superb 1765 John Hancock Signed Document, Bill Of Lading W/full Name Signature:
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Partly printed 4-1/2" x 9" official Boston-to-London lading document filled out and signed by revolutionary founding father and principal Declaration of Independence signer John Hancock. Dated, "Boston, Nov 16, 1765" in Hancock's own hand, it offers hand-rendered details regarding destination and cargo, i.e. "Two Trunks of Papers, One Hundred Guineas, One Gold Watch, One Silver Cup," plus: a near-perfect full-name "John Hancock" signature inked at top right.

Details in accompanying James Spence letter of authenticity state the autograph is a "10" in "autograph strength." Please see all photos - they are accurate. In tremendous original condition, I purchased two of these superb shipping documents and am parting the with better, fully-signed specimen. RARE, extremely desirable, and significant on many levels and in several categories of collecting, and...

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