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DeWolf Archive, 18th to 20th century. Note:  Many scholars have argued that it is impossible to understand the wealth created in colonial and early national Rhode Island without understanding the

DeWolf Archive

Lot:
34
Sold for:
$12,300
Policy of Assurance, for the ship Industry, 1794, framed.

Policy of Assurance

Lot:
40
Sold for:
$338
Indenture on Vellum, 1640, Livezey Estate.

Indenture on Vellum

Lot:
41
Sold for:
$123
Iron Restraint, 19th century.

Iron Restraint

Lot:
49
Sold for:
$123
The Daily Picayune, November 6, 1847, New Orleans, front page includes advertisements for slaves, unframed.

The Daily Picayune

Lot:
53
Sold for:
$461
Onion Bottle, late 18th century, dark green glass, bottle height 7 inches.      Provenance:  Purchased at John McInnis Auctioneers, Amesbury, Massachusetts.

Onion Bottle

Lot:
54
Sold for:
$492
Shackle and Chain, 18th century.

Shackle and Chain

Lot:
57
Sold for:
$369
Pottery Bowl, North Georgia, possibly slave made, incised decoration, ht. 4 3/4 x lg. 12 in.       Provenance:  Purchased at John McInnis Auctioneers, Amesbury, Massachusetts.

Pottery Bowl

Lot:
58
Sold for:
$277