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#151 - Lyman Hall

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Extremely rare war-dated receipt from Georgia’s Lyman Hall
Description                           Estimate: $7,000+          

Signer of the Declaration of Independence from Georgia (1724-1790) who went on to serve as governor of the state. Rare Revolutionary War-dated ADS, one page, 7.5 x 2.5, May 4, 1779. Receipt of payment, in part: "1779, Rec'd 4th May of Dr. James Dunsany the sum of Thirteen Hundred & two pounds five shillings…Carolina Currency, which he Rec'd of Mr. Joshua Lockwood for me—Rec'd pr Lyman Hall." In very good to fine condition, with a few repaired edge tears. Hall remains among the rarest of all Declaration signers.

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