John Hancock Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: October 8, 1793 in Boston, Massachusetts
Hancock handwrote, dated and put his John Hancock on this letter to the "Gentlemen of the Senate & Gentlemen of the House of Representatives" in 1783, while he was Governor of Massachusetts. He wrote this letter to inform the recipients that he had received an "Application for Sundry Articles for the use of the Tribe" from the Penobscot, which offered their services to the colonies during the American Revolutionary War. This letter was written less than eight months before the signing of the Treaty of Paris, which ended the war between the colonies and England. read more...
Sale Price $9,562.50
His handwritten March 1783 letter as Governor of Massachusetts, instructing a garrison commander to forbid a ship full of Tories to disembark, requiring them to sail instead for New York (still in British hands) read more...
Sale Price $4,037.50
THE GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS URGES THE PRESIDENT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE TO TAKE THE SAME STEPS AS MASSACHUSETTS HAD TAKEN IN ORDER TO PRESERVE THE FISHING INDUSTRY ON THE MERRIMACK RIVER JOHN HANCOCK. Autograph Letter, unsigned, 1p, 6¾x9. Boston, 1783 October 31. read more...
Sale Price $3,187.50
JOHN HANCOCK Notes relating to payment. ANS: "Jo Hancock" at lower left of ADS: "Wm Winthrop", 1p, 7¼x3¾. Boston, 1772 June 7. Winthrop pens, in full: "Reced of Mr Joseph Ashley. Six pounds. read more...
Sale Price $5,312.50
JOHN HANCOCK and JOHN AVERY, JR. As Massachusetts Governor and Secretary of State, both sign a manuscript document appointing Superior Court Justice David Sewall to the Commonwealth's Supreme Court (1781). Ornate Manuscript DS: "John Hancock" as Governor of Massachusetts, 1 page, 21¾x13. On vellum. read more...
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JOHN HANCOCK - CIVIL APPOINTMENT SIGNED 03/27/1781 CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN AVERY, MOSES GILL - HFSID 286019Special Sale PriceJOHN HANCOCK, JOHN AVERY and MOSES GILL Massachusetts' Governor, Secretary of State and future Acting Governor sign a document appointing a Revolutionary War veteran as a Bristol County Justice of the Peace (1781). read more...
Sale Price $8,287.50
John Hancock, first signer of the Declaration of Independence, filled out this unsigned bill of lading for his uncle Thomas Hancock's import/export business in 1762, three years before he inherited the business. A rare document from the early life of one of the Founding Fathers! read more...
Sale Price $1,530.00
JOHN HANCOCK As Governor of Massachusetts (1783), he signs authorization to reimburse citizens who assisted a Dutch man of war at Cape Cod. Manuscript DS: "His Excellency John Hancock Esqr to Thos Knox" in text, 1 page, 6½x6. Boston, 1783 November 20. read more...
Sale Price $2,762.50
JOHN HANCOCK John Hancock wrote this third person letter as Governor of Massachusetts in 1793, the year of his death, to invite the Lieutenant Governor and the Governor's Council to his home. Third person autograph letter. 1 page, 7x5¾. Docketed on verso. March 26, 1793. read more...
Sale Price $2,337.50