[American Revolution] Jacksonian—Era Broadside Edition of the Declaration of Independence. Philadelphia: Thomas Morrison, printed by C.A. Elliott, 1832. Engraving with hand-coloring in red, yellow, blue, and green, bearing a portrait of Washington at the top and reproductions of the delegates’ signatures below, the borders filled with state and territory statistics and information derived from the 1820 and 1830 census, plus a “table of electoral votes” and a timeline of “inaugurations, etc.” Modern gilt frame, 28 ½ x 22” overall. Moderate toning and soiling with scattered wrinkling and creasing, else very good. Rare. OCLC records one institutional example at the Albert H. Small Declaration of Independence Museum at the University of Virginia.