George Clymer, Declaration Of Independence Signer, Document Dated June 1776
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George Clymer, Declaration Of Independence Signer, Document Dated June 1776:
George Clymer, signer of Declaration of Independence document dated June 1776 concerning payment to a man who helped put the famous Chevaux de Frise across the Delaware River George Clymer (1739-1813) a signer of the Declaration of Independence was an American politician and founding father of our country. He was one of the first Patriots to advocate complete independence from Great Britain. As a Pennsylvania representative, Clymer was one of 6 men to sign both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. Clymer was chairman of the Continental Committee of Safety. This extraordinarily significant document, dated June 10, 1776, was issued weeks before the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Measuring 5.5 x 8.5, it is written and signed by Clymer and in good condition. There is minor browning due to age. The document was addressed to John Nixon and reads: "Please to pay to Mr. John Cobourne or his order Three Hundred pounds and charge the same to his account for expenses in sinking the Chevaux de Frize. By order of the Committee." Certificate of Authenticity guaranteed by Heritage Collectors' Society (HCS), Inc. Shipping $25.00 for US addresses. Visa/Mastercard accepted. Questions? Call us at 215-345-7955 or toll-free at 1-800-560-2545. Learn more about us here