English “Letter of Attorney” 1669

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A Power of Attorney made in England in 1669 (a “Letter of Attorney” in the parlance of their day) by one Thomas Humphrey, naming and appointing his brother, George Humphrey, to represent him and act on his behalf. This is a one page document, ink on paper, with brief annotation on the verso. The red wax seal from the reign of Charles II is intact. Fine.

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A Power of Attorney made in England in 1669 (a “Letter of Attorney” in the parlance of their day) by one Thomas Humphrey, naming and appointing his brother, George Humphrey, to represent him and act on his behalf. This is a one page document, ink on paper, with brief annotation on the verso. The red wax seal from the reign of Charles II is intact. Fine.

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