Hindman Presents Early Copies of the Federalist Papers, Bill of Rights, and MoreNov 09, 2021 10:00 CST
Hindman’s upcoming two-day auction includes fine books, manuscripts, and more from the collections of Barry Moser, Dr. Eugene Vigil, Norman and Florence Blitch, and others. Showcased in the auction is a copy of the Federalist Papers, authored by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay, dated September 17th, 1787. This first edition includes a collection of 85 essays written in favor of the United States Constitution, the complete text of the Constitution, and resolutions of the Constitutional Convention.
Also found in this auction is the first official publication of the first session of the United States Senate, held in New York City on March 4th, 1789. This journal contains President George Washington’s opening address to the Senate, the official tally of electoral votes in the first presidential election, and the Judiciary and Treasury Bills. Regarded as one of the earliest printed versions of the Bill of Rights, this publication includes 12 proposed amendments to the Constitution, ten of which would become the Bill of Rights once ratified. View the entire collection and register to bid by visiting Hindman.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (687)
# of Lots:687
Price Range:$100 - $60,000
Interesting lots include:
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|The Federalist Papers|| Estimate: |
|United States Senate. Bill of Rights|| Estimate: |
|United States Constitution|| Estimate: |
|Moser, Barry|| Estimate: |
|Newspaper, Texas News, The Alamo|| Estimate: |
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