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Faneuil Hall, Boston, Massachusetts

The Cradle of Liberty

In 1740, at a meeting held in Boston, merchant Peter Faneuil offered to build a public market house at his own expense and donate it as a gift to the city. His offer was accepted and the building which was partly funded by profits from slave trading was begun in Dock Square in September 1740, and completed in 1742. Built in the style of an English country market by artist John Smibert, the ground floor served as a market house with an assembly room above. Faneuil Hall was the site of several important speeches by Sam...  

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The Treason of Benedict Arnold

10 1/2 x 8, engraving. Treason Of Arnold. Arnold Persuades Andre To Conceal The Papers In His Boot. From the original picture in possession of the Publishers. Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York. 1857. Light age toning and wear.  

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Drafting The Declaration of Independence

7 3/4 x 10 3/4. Titled, Drafting The Declaration Of Independence. The Committee; Franklin, Jefferson, Adams, Livingston & Sherman. Executed from the original painting by Chappel. Published in 1857 by Johnson, Fty & Co., New York. Light age toning and wear in the margin.  

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General George Washington at Valley Forge

10 1/2 x 8, engraving. Titled, Valley Forge...Washington & Lafayette. Executed from the original painting by A. Chappel. H.B. Hall, engraver. Published in 1856 by Martin, Johnson & Co., New York. Wear to bottom edge.  

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President George Washington

Beautiful bust view portrait engraving of the "Father of Our Country," President George Washington, in an oval format. Executed from the original painting done by Stuart. Published by John, Fry & Co., New York. 8 x 10 3/4. Minor age toning. The wavy lines you see in the outer background area are not in the original engraving but are caused by the scanning soft wear.

George Washington was revered by citizens of the North and South alike, and portraits like this one hung in the parlors of many homes during the Civil War years.  

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The Death Warrant of Major Andre

Steel engraving, 10 3/4 x 8 1/8. The Death Warrant Of Major Andre. "He placed his hand on the table & cheerfully said, I am ready at any moment." Executed from the original painting by A. Chappel. Engraved by G.R. Hall. Published in 1856 by Martin & Johnson, N.Y. Light age toning and wear.

Major John Andre was a British officer during the American Revolution. He was hung as a spy by the Continental Army on October 2, 1780. He had been found guilty of trying to assist Benedict Arnold in his plan to surrender the fort at West Point to the...  

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Captain John Paul Jones

(1747-92) Naval hero of the American Revolution. Beautiful portrait engraving of Captain Jones in uniform on board of a ship. He holds a telescope in one hand with a cannon behind him. Printed facsimile autograph below his likeness. Executed from the original painting by Chappel. Published in 1861 by Johnson, Fry & Co., N.Y. Light age toning.  

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1781 Receipt For Items Issued to Connecticut Line of the Continental Army

7 1/2 x 12, in ink.

Received, Middletown, 8th Feby. 1781, of the Select Men of the Town of Colebrook: 4 linen shirts, 4 pair woolen stockings, 2 pair mittens and 2 pair shoes. For the use of the Connecticut Line of the Army, which is valued at seven pounds, twelve shillings, State money on Acct. of Elijah Hubbard, S.[tate] Comss., In whom behalf I am, Daniel Pohonnot. Light age toning and wear. Archival tape repair on fold on the reverse. Desirable Revolutionary War document regarding the Connecticut Line of the...  

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General Nathaniel Greene

(1742-86) Born in Rhode Island, he served as a major general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He saw action in the battles of Trenton, Germantown and Monmouth, but is best known for his successful Southern Campaign in which he forced British General Lord Corwallis out of the Carolinas.

Portrait engraving of Greene in uniform. Engraved by H.B. Hall, Jr., New York. Published by D. Appleton & Co. Printed facsimile autograph below his likeness. 5 3/4 x 9 1/4. Very fine. The wavy lines that you see in the background are not in...  

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General George Washington Hair Display

A strand of hair belonging to George Washington that descended in the family of his nephew George Steptoe Washington, to his great granddaughter Martha Washington of Philadelphia, the great-great grandniece of General George Washington. George Steptoe Washington was the son of Samuel Walter Washington who died in 1781. George Washington acted as guardian for his nephew after his brother's death. Martha Washington took possession of the lock of George Washington's hair, this strand originated from in 1924.

11" X 14, double matted with royal...  

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The Death of General Richard Montgomery

(1738-75) He was a Major General in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, and is best known for leading the failed invasion of Canada in 1775. He was killed on December 31, 1775 during the attack on Quebec City. 6 1/2 x 10 1/4, antique print executed from the original drawing by W.P. Snyder. Copyright 1895. Light age toning.  

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Molly Pitcher at the Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey

10 3/4 x 8, engraving of the Revolutionary War battle of Monmouth, New Jersey. Molly Pitcher is at the center of the view standing next to the cannon. Executed from the original painting done by D.M. Carter. Engraved by J. Rogers. Published by Johnson & Co., New York. Copyright 1856. Light age toning in the border area.  

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