1732 Philadelphia, Logan & Shippen Invoice/Document

Invoice from Henry Smith & James Scull to [James] Logan & [Edward] Shippen. A whole lotta animal furs (618 deer, 240 bears, 307 raccoons...), plus some Indian Dress Skins. Stains as shown.


Edward Shippen, III (July 9, 1703 in Boston, Massachusetts – September 25, 1781 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania) was a wealthy merchant and government official in colonial Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


James Logan (20 October 1674 – 31 October 1751), a statesman and scholar, was born in Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland, of Scottish descent and Quaker parentage. In 1699, he came to the colony of Pennsylvania aboard the Canterbury as William Penn's secretary.

Date: 1732
Origin American - Philadelphia
Measurements 14 1/2" x 19" (framed) 1/2" x 19" (framed)
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