Eli Whitney Original Signature


Born on December 8, 1765, in Westboro, MA, Eli Whitney studied at Yale before going on to invent the Cotton Gin, a device that highly streamlined the process of extracting fiber from cotton seeds. 
With the patent for his device being widely pirated, Whitney struggled to earn any recompense for his invention.  He later went on to pioneer"Interchangeable Parts" systems of production, a revolutionary process that is still used today.
This is the very first Eli Whitney piece we've had!  Rare, original signature has been custom framed with laser-cut graphics, portrait image, photos of both the "Interchangeable Parts" system, and hisCotton Gin with a biographical nameplate. 
Rare, original signature!

**Some items are "Made to Order" which requires additional time to frame. Please allow an additional 4-5 Weeks for framing.**
*Actual Signature May Vary
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