1802 Promissory Note SIGNED BY FOUNDING FATHER GEORGE CLYMER (Signer of the Declaration of Independence). Autographs, George CLYMER.
1802 Promissory Note SIGNED BY FOUNDING FATHER GEORGE CLYMER (Signer of the Declaration of Independence)
1802 Promissory Note SIGNED BY FOUNDING FATHER GEORGE CLYMER (Signer of the Declaration of Independence)

1802 Promissory Note SIGNED BY FOUNDING FATHER GEORGE CLYMER (Signer of the Declaration of Independence)

Philadelphia: Original Document, 1802. Original Document. 7 7/8 X 2 1/4 Inches. Very Good. Item #2012

Original November 5, 1802 Promissory Note signed by George Clymer, signer of the Declaration of Independence and Benedict Arnold's Father-In-Law. Clymer, a member of the Continental Congress from 1776 to 1780 is one of only five men to have signed both the Declaration and the US Constitution. Document counter-signed (twice) by Samuel Meredith, Second Treasurer of the United States and a member of the Continental Congress from 1786 to 1788.

The note reads, in part: "November 5, 1802. Sixty Days after date I promise to pay to Samuel Meredith, or aides... eleven hundred and forty six dollars." Signed "Geo. Clymer" at conclusion. Signed twice by "Sam Meredith." One small tear to top edge.

Price: $1,000.00

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