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South Carolina Secession Document Auction At Charlton Hall

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On December 20, 1860, South Carolina withdrew from the United States of America with an official "Secession Ordinance." The document was signed by 171 South Carolinians. Approximately 200 copies of the South Carolina secession document were published as lithographs, many of which were sold as souvenirs. Some were also given to the signatories. John D. Williams obtained a copy as a gift for his daughter, Mary E. Williams. It was later passed down as a family heirloom. This copy of the South Carolina Secession Ordinance will be auctioned at the upcoming 92nd Anniversary Sale, presented by Charlton Hall.

Beyond written works, the auction will feature Asian antiques, decorative art and fine arts, furniture and jewelry. Collectors may note a ritual Tibetan kapala (skull cup used in Hindu or Buddhist traditions) from the 19th century. Other items in the sale include a French gilt bronze table clock, art by Joseph Bowler and Alfred Hutty, an 1842 Palmetto Armory pistol model, Lalique crystal bowls and swans, and more.

Headquartered in the heart of South Carolina, Charlton Hall is the Southeast’s leading auction house. ...
... With over eighty years of industry experience we offer our clients the personal service they expect from a regional auction house with results that match and often exceed those of larger firms. We pride ourselves on providing fair, professional and practical assistance to clients wishing to have their collections appraised or offered in our auctions.

Our team of regional and European specialists evaluates more than 30,000 objects each year to ensure exceptional shipments and collections. We dedicate our experience, world market knowledge and global reach to each sale. Our auctions are aggressively advertised in the international market with brochures and electronic newsletters that reach a clientele of more than 40,000 buyers from more than 130 countries on 6 continents. Our fully illustrated color catalogs are posted on our website. With this exposure, we regularly set record prices on every major sale.

Charlton Hall Galleries is the leading auction house in the southeastern United States, based in central South Carolina. The auction house has 90 years of experience in American furniture, decorative art and fine arts. The regional auction center offers classic antiques to its clients and provides exceptional service alongside larger firms. The auction house regularly organizes dedicated jewelery auctions, glass auctions and ceramic auctions. Charlton Hall Galleries was opened in 1929 by founder Charlton Hall Jr., an avid traveler and collector. Today, the renowned auction house continues to serve international clients under the leadership of President Ronald D. Long.
Listed in the top ten American auction galleries, Carlton Hall Galleries is a leading fine art dealer. Rare and original collectible furniture highlights his American furniture auctions and European furniture auctions. The Southern Auction Center evaluates more than 30,000 shipments worldwide each year. The staff's knowledge of art history and the art market has made Charlton Hall popular around the world. Various fine art auctions and ephemeral object auctions are advertised on the world art market. The company offers e-newsletters and brochures to its vast clientele of more than 40,000 buyers spread across 130 countries and six continents. The experienced team also provides appraisal and appraisal services to estate planning attorneys, fine arts museums, and bank trusts. The auction gallery serves both seasoned and first-time buyers and accepts submissions of Asian artworks, books and manuscripts, jewelry, and watches. Antique Chinese porcelain, sculpture and Art Deco jewelry are regularly featured in Charlton Hall Porcelain, Sculpture, and Silver & Gold auctions. Charlton Hall has a state-of-the-art facility that uses digital photography and an attractive website to offer illustrative color catalogs. It was one of the first companies to broadcast its auctions online. The auction house continues to offer live bidding options on the Charlton Hall website and various online platforms.
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