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#330 - Abraham Whipple Estimate: $2,000+

Commander (1733-1819) of the Continental Navy during the Revolutionary War, remembered for sinking a British ship in the Gaspee Affair of 1772, a significant event in the lead up to the American Revolution . DS, one page, 8 x 3.75, November 30, 1792. Promissory note penned by Whipple, in full: "I promise to pay unto Messrs Glass & Moore Six pounds Lawfull money on Demand." The reverse is docketed with an accounting of the principal and interest. In fine condition, with archival tape on the back of the central vertical fold.

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