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#196 - Samuel Huntington

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Description                           Estimate: $1,000+          

Partly-printed DS, signed “Saml. Huntington,” one page, 13 x 8, May 7, 1793. Commission for Stephen Morgan stating that he has been “accepted to be Ensign of the seventh Company of the Militia in the 8th Regiment in said State [Connecticut].” Signed at the conclusion by Huntington, and countersigned by secretary George Wyllys. Embossed white paper seal affixed to right side remains intact. In very good condition, with toning to edges and scattered overall foxing. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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