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The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed with the Syng inkstand, which is on display at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

The Syng inkstand was the inkstand used to sign the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. It was made by Philip Syng in 1752. He was a renowned silversmith and created fine works in silver and sometimes gold for the rich families of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The inkstand is presently on display at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.

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