News-Antique.com - Aug 20,2010 - On August 28th, 2010, Early American History Auctions, Inc. will close the summer with its Autographs, Coins, Currency and Americana auction in Rancho Santa Fe, California with online bidding available through Artfact Live! In a sale offering enough to entice the serious collector and amateur bidders alike, Early American presents objects, ephemera and items of historical interest associated with figures from Abraham Lincoln, to George Washington and Napoleon Bonaparte. Also featured is an impressive collection of American early 19th century Liverpool pottery and glass. A pre-revolutionary Faneuil Hall lottery ticket signed by John Hancock himself in 1767 is expected to generate international attention when it crosses the auction block, requiring a minimum bid of $7,500.
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