I am in no way associated with the Seller, but have purchased two documents from him in the past and was pleased with the items & transaction.
The Seller's item discription is as follows: "This Authentic Colonial American Document of 1728 is on Hand Laid Paper and has a Full Papermakers Watermark.This Document is in Very Nice Condition However I have Placed Three very minute pieces of Archival Tape at the Corners of the folds to Strengthen. This a Bond for Isaac Negus of Freetown Cooper in The Massachusetts Bay Colony of New England that He is Holden & Firmly Bound to John Howland Yeoman of Sd Town for the Just and full sum of twenty Pounds and Eight Shillings Good and Lawful Money of this Province.Thomas Franceis and William Caswell Sign as Witness'sIsaac Negus Signs With a Beautiful Seal Justice of The Peace at Freetown Then William Caswell on December 15 1728 made Oath that he saw that the Bond named Isaac Negus Sign Seal & Deliver this Instrument as his act & Deed and that He together with Thomas Franceis Signed & Witnessed at the same time I Say made Oath before me. Thomas Terry Justice of The Peace. Great Bond for Framing.8 x 8 1/2" $6.35 for Insured Priority Mail. Satisfaction Always Guaranteed."