DS, signed “G. Washington,” one page, 7.5 x 12.75, June 10, 1783. Washington signs a discharge for Sgt. William Kemp. Document reads, “By His Excellency George Washington, Esq., General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of the United States of America. These are to certify that the Bearer hereof William Kemp, Seargeant…having faithfully served the United States five years… being enlisted for the War only, is hereby discharged from the American Army.” Also signed by Washington’s aide-de-camp Jonathan Trumbull Jr., and his adjutant, Henry Marble. Magnificently shadow boxed framed with a large copy of the U. S. Constitution and a gold-inlaid, sterling silver portrait plate issued in a limited edition by the Franklin Mint in the early-to-mid 1970s, to an overall size of 43.5 x 36.5. In good condition, with a fold through “G. W.” resulting in some paper/ink loss to the otherwise dark signature, numerous folds whose separations have been repaired on the reverse with paper strips, scattered small areas of paper loss, some small holes, and overall toning and soiling. The Treaty of Paris of 1783, signed on September 3, 1783 and ratified by the U.S. Congress on January 14, 1784, formally ended the American Revolutionary War between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the United States of America. LOA John Reznikoff/PSA/DNA and R&R COA. Oversized.