A very important document (along w/ the Magna Carta and the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights &c.)
Interestingly, there's a lovely version in 4 languages written out by Prof. Hermann Zapf which showcases why there will always be paper --- it's showcased in D. Miner's _2,000 Years of Calligraphy_. Unfortunately, I couldn't find an image of this on-line. Well worth looking up in a library though.
Similarly, I couldn't resist getting a facsimile copy of the Goddard broadside 2-column version of The Declaration of Independence when it became available the other year.