We are honored to present selections of the 

Eric Caren Collection

 
A leading authority and collector. With items dating from Christopher Columbus through the computer age, an incredible array of original and historic newspapers, periodicals, manuscripts, and photographs -- literally documenting how history unfolded on paper.
You may not know his name - 
BUT YOU KNOW ITEMS FROM HIS COLLECTION!
Example - 

Five manuscript documents signed by some of the first African-Americans to fight for the American cause, dated less than a month after Lexington and Concord, Natick, Massachusetts, 15 May 1775 

Sold at Sothebys for $25,000.  July 2020

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SALEM WITCH TRIALS – Manuscript Document, the deposition of Mary Daniel against Margaret Scott, Rowley, MA, 4 August 1692. Sworn to on 15 September 1692 then introduced as evidence, with autograph endorsement signed by Stephen SEWALL (1657-1725) as Clerk to the Salem Court.
Sold $137,500 at Christie's 2017
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