An exceptional latter war-date manuscript letter signed by Maryland Patriot William Paca to Robert Alexander. This handwritten letter is presented beneath glass, black matting, and encompassed by a black and gold tone frame with hanging wire affixed to its verso. William Paca (1740–1799) was an American Revolutionary leader from Maryland and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The context of the letter concerns the care of war-time prisoners. Annapolis, March 4, 1783. MLS 2 pages, 4to. The piece is accompanied by a Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication.
Provenance: ex Paul C. Richards Autographs
- creases; water stains; and discoloration to surface of document.
- measures the frame; visible image dimensions: 7"W x 8.5"H.