[DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, SIGNERS.] HANCOCK, John. Document signed (“John Hancock”), boldly signed, with paraph, Boston, 20 June 1781. 1 page, folio, paper seal top left. Framed. Hancock, in his capacity as governor of Massachusetts, counter-signs this oath of George S. Johonnot, attesting that his vessel, the Good Intent, has no British owners. A fine bold example of Hancock’s famous signature. -- STONE, Thomas (MD). ADS, ca. 14 Feb. 1771. 1p., 4to. Framed. Legal pleading in case of Graham v. Porteus, as Stone seeks to recover two slaves for his plaintiff client. -- MORRIS, Lewis (NY). Manuscript document signed, 4 February 1792. 1 page, folio, Matted and framed. A contract for the sale of “Negro wench Sarah” to George Hunter for the sum of £40. -- ELLERY, William (RI). DS, 17 January 1807. 1p., folio. Matted and framed with image of Ellery. A bill of sale for one-eighth interest in the ship Hope to Joseph and William Lyon. -- HUNTINGTON, Samuel (CT). Engraved DS, 21 April 1780. 1p., oblong 4to, on vellum. An appointment (as president of Congress) making Nathaniel Donnell a Captain of artillery. -- HOPKINSON, Francis. Engraved DS, 11 May 1781. 1p., 4to, elaborately engraved. Matted and framed. A pay order for $18 (90 French livres) to Gerard Alexander, “for interest due on money borrowed by the United States.” -- SHERMAN, Roger (CT). ADS, 27 October 1777. 1p., 4to. Matted and framed. A subpoena for Ephraim Burton in a legal case. -- HOPKINSON, Francis (PA). DS, 10 December 1789. 1p., 4to. Matted and framed. A writ and report of survey on the ship Mary Ann and its damaged cargo.-- BARTLETT, Josiah. Autograph document signed, 1 January 1787. 2 pages, oblong 8vo. Matted and framed. A judicial order sentencing John Kimbal to public whipping. -- MORRIS, Robert. Document signed (“Robt. Morris”) 18 April 1795. 1 page, folio. Matted and framed. A stock certificate for 10 shares, for William Temple Franklin, in Morris’s North American land Company. Together 10 items.