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    Pennsylvania Colonial Signed by John Morton

    Pennsylvania April 3, 1772 2s PCGS New 61. John Morton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, signed this note four years prior to his placing his signature on the single most important document in American history. The note itself is a decent Uncirculated piece, but the important signature is extremely deep and bold. One of the nicest Morton signatures that we have seen. The new edition of Newman comments for this issue "the signature of John Morton adds approximately $750 to the value". With a signature this bold, that number is likely conservative.

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    January, 2009
    8th-11th Thursday-Sunday
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