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On loan from the National Archives, Delaware's Copy of the Bill of Rights is now on exhibition in the JewelBox Gallery at the Delaware Public Archives in Dover, Del.. Delaware's copy was kept as a Federal record and safely housed for over two hundred years. As a result, the First State's copy of the Bill of Rights is arguably the best preserved copy still in existence. Wednesday, June 20, 2007. (Michael Connor / The Washington Times)

On loan from the National Archives, Delaware's Copy of the Bill of Rights is now on exhibition in the JewelBox Gallery at the Delaware Public Archives in Dover, Del.. Delaware's copy was kept as a Federal record and safely housed for over two hundred years. As a result, the First State's copy of the Bill of Rights is arguably the best preserved copy still in existence. Wednesday, June 20, 2007. (Michael Connor / The Washington Times)

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