1 page, a narrow oblong, 300 x 706 mm. (12 3/8 x 27 7/8 in.), ON FINE VELLUM, text in a clear italic hand, original red wax seals at lower right-hand corner, docketed on verso. FRANKLIN WITNESSES A LAND SALE. An indenture between James Whitton and Adam Ekert regarding a parcel of "swamp or meadow land" in Moyamensing township on the west side of Hollanders Creek, the boundaries of which are described in considerable detail, comprising some 50 acres. Franklin has filled in his name in the certification at the bottom and adds a second signature beneath, both in light grey ink, and has affixed a small seal after his signature." /> FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, <I>Signer (Pennsylvania)</I>. Partly printed document signed ("B. Franklin," with flourish) as Justice of the Peace, [Philadelphia], 14 September 1764. <I>1 page, a narrow oblong, 300 x 706 mm. (12 3/8 x 27 7/8 in.),</I> ON FINE VELLUM, <I>text in a clear italic hand, original red wax seals at lower right-hand corner, docketed on verso</I>. FRANKLIN WITNESSES A LAND SALE. An indenture between James Whitton and Adam Ekert regarding a parcel of "swamp or meadow land" in Moyamensing township on the west side of Hollanders Creek, the boundaries of which are described in considerable detail, comprising some 50 acres. Franklin has filled in his name in the certification at the bottom and adds a second signature beneath, both in light grey ink, and has affixed a small seal after his signature. | Christie's