4c New Jersey (RM136). Clear impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated November 11, 1799, few toned spots, light horizontal file fold affects embossing, still Very Fine, scarce, the Combs survey records only five examples (Image)
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Sale No: 1210
Lot No: 2061
Cat No: RM137, RM139, RM141
20c New Jersey (RM138). Clear impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated January 31, 1800, signed by George Clymer, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, faint horizontal file fold affects embossing, cut cancel barely affects signature
VERY FINE. A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 20-CENT NEW JERSEY FIRST FEDERAL ISSUE ON A DOCUMENT SIGNED BY A SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
Clymer is one of five people to sign both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
Combs states only two examples are known. This has the desirable Signer's signature. Ex Tolman. Listed but unpriced in Scott. (Image)
30c New Jersey (RM140). Easily discernible impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated May 30, 1800, signed by George Clymer, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, horizontal file fold affects embossing, cut cancel affects signature, still Very Fine and scarce, only eight are recorded in the Combs survey, Scott Retail with no premium for the signature (Image)
75c New Jersey (RM142). Remarkably detailed impression struck at top left of handwritten bond dated June 19, 1799, signature portion removed at lower right, few sensible reinforcements along folds well away from embossing
EXTREMELY FINE IMPRESSION. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THE 75-CENT NEW JERSEY FIRST FEDERAL ISSUE. ONE OF THE GREAT RARITIES OF THIS COLLECTING AREA.
The Combs survey did not record any examples of this issue. Undervalued in Scott, probably due to infrequent transactions. (Image)
$10.00 New Jersey (RM147). Light but fully readable impression at top left of handwritten vellum document dated August 7, 1798 admitting an attorney to the bar, insignificant corner crease at top right, small contemporary patch at lower left clear of text and embossing, probably an erasure of an earlier embossing
VERY FINE. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THE $10.00 NEW JERSEY FIRST FEDERAL ISSUE. AN IMPORTANT EMBOSSED REVENUE STAMP RARITY.