Hawaii historical documents auction

Hawaii historical documents up for bid

The Honolulu Advertiser
Thursday, February 14, 2008
By Rick Daysog
Advertiser Staff Writer

“Century-old documents signed by Hawaiian royalty, rare revenue stamps and other historical items owned by the Estate of Samuel Mills Damon are expected to fetch more than $250,000 at auction later this month.

…The collection, which includes documents dating as far back as 1839, will be sold in more than 70 lots that include originals of deeds and other property records signed by King Kalakaua, Queen Kapi’olani, King Kamehameha III and King Kamehameha IV.

Bidders can participate in the auction on the Internet. For more information on the bidding process, or to review the Damon collection, visit www.spinkshreves.com.”

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