NEW YORK (CNN) -- A priceless piece of American presidential history will go on sale next week in New York City.
President George Washington's 223-year-old personal copy of the Acts of Congress, including the U.S. Constitution and a draft of the Bill of Rights, with his own handwritten notations, will be sold at auction by Christie's.
It's expected to sell for two to three-million dollars. The book has had several notable owners, including William Randolph Hearst and the Heritage Foundation.
It'll be up for auction June 22nd from the estate of noted collector H. Richard Dietrich, Junior.