$195.00This Indenture is for William Lyon to John Forster 1830. The indenture refers to North Street in Harrisburg Pennsylvania and is to be split among surviving descendants. Deed measures (closed) c. LxW – 10.75 x 16.75 inches; (open) LxW – 21.25 x 16.75 inches. Please see all pictures for condition details.
$125.001855 Auction Broadside Strong Coal Cart by T. Mallam & Son Jericho. Sheet measures c. 10 x 15 inches.
$150.001855 Auction Broadside Useful Pony & 2 Fat Pigs Littlemore near Oxford Washington. Sheet measures c. 13 ¼ x 17 ¼ inches.
$125.001856 Auction Broadside Useful Gig and Harness Littlemore Washington Oxford. Sheet measures c. 13 ½ x 17 inches.
$145.00Certificate autographed by Joseph Holt Prosecutor of Lincoln Assassination trials Postmaster General Judge Advocate General of the United States Army and member of the Buchanan administration. The certificate is from 1859 during Holt's position as Postmaster General assigning the position of Postmaster of Fayetteville Pennsylvania to David F Richey. Framed under glass this piece measures ca: LxWxD – 18 x 15 x 0.75 inch. Document weighs 3 lbs.
Deed tracing back to early Philadelphia Railroad History. The deed is from Edwarce Peace to Edmund Robinson and involves Mark Devine in 1863. Edmund Robinson is the son of Moncure Robinson a famous railroad engineer in Philadelphia history. The lot involved is along Lehigh Street in Philadelphia. The handwriting for this deed is very clear and legible. Deed measures: (folded) LxW – 6.25 x 9.5 inches and opened LxW – 23.25 x 18.25 inches.
Deed is from Mary J Roy to Isaac Bartram who was the son of the famous Botanist John Bartram and himself a known druggist in Philadelphia) 1923. The Deed has reference to Caroline Bertier who is the daughter of Isaac Bartram. The Deed is stamped with Railroad Stamps Reading Company with N Penn R.R. written in as the property most likely came into their possession and the deed maintained by their records dept. Deed measures: (folded) LxW – 6.75 x 9.25 inches and opened LxW – 26.5 x 17.75 inches.
Deed on Vellum Thomas Goodwin to William Ashmead 1825. Unfold deed measures approx. WxH - 22 x 14 1/2 inches.
Deed tracing back to early Philadelphia Railroad History. This Deed is from Andrew Knorr to Sarah Shiber. This deed was a transfer of a property before it came into Philadelphia & Reading Railroad hands. This deed was held within the Railroad's record archives given the stamp. Deed measures: (folded) LxW – 6 x 7.25 inches and opened LxW – 23.75 x 13 inches.
Deed tracing back to early Philadelphia Railroad History. The deed is from Samuel Miller to Josiah Bacon in 1864. Deed contains a map of the plot and surrounding area. The refer to Philadelphia Street Bridgewater Street and Girard Ave. This Deed was found with a collection of railroad related Deeds from Reading and Philadelphia Railroad and Pennsylvania Railroad. This region will be used in the future for the track currently stretching the Schuylkill River by Girard Ave (rt 30). Deed measures: (folded) LxW – 6.25 x 9.25 inches and opened LxW – 23.75 x 18 inches.
Deed is for William Altmore to John Heimer in 1832. The lot is for land at the corner of Thirteenth Street and James Street in the District of Spring Gardens Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The deed has a stamp on the front Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co. No. 36 Section 24 as the land was held by them in a future date of this deed. Deed measures: (folded) LxW – 6.75 x 8.75 inches and opened LxW – 26.25 x 15 inches.
$2,450.00Anatomy course lectures certificate for a series of courses taught by John Abernethy in 1807. John Abernethy (3 April 1764 – 20 April 1831) was an English surgeon most known for the Abernethy Biscuit a baked good for aiding digestion. The certificate is signed and inscribed by John Abernethy to Joseph Lightfoot the doctor taking the course.
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