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President Abraham Lincoln's Hair & Death Bed Bandage Display

On the night of April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was mortally wounded at Ford's Theater, on 10th Street, Washington, D.C., by the famous actor John Wilkes Booth. President Lincoln was carried across the street to a back bedroom in the Petersen boarding house where he died at 7:22 A.M. on April 15th.

Included in this display is a fragment of a gauze bandage that was used in the care of President Lincoln. The bandage fragment originated from the Herman Rudd Collection in Buffalo, New York, and was previously in the collection of the Holland...  

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CDV President Thomas Jefferson

Third President of the United States

(1743-1826) Among the many highlights of "Founding Father" Thomas Jefferson's political career were; principal author of the Declaration of Independence, a representative of Virginia in the Continental Congress, 2nd Governor of Virginia, United States Minister to France, 2nd Vice President of the United States, and 3rd President of the United States.

Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Bust view portrait. No imprint. Very fine, and a desirable card of...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Memorial Postcard

Unused, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2, postcard, with beautiful full color embossed illustration. Female figure in robes with laurel wreath and a bronze tablet with striking bust view of President Abraham Lincoln and his birth and death years, 1809-1865. Floral display in the foreground. Minor edge and corner wear. Overall light wear. Very fine. International Art Publ. Co., New York-Berlin. Divided back era card from the "Golden Age of Postcards." Circa 1907-1915.  

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President Abraham Lincoln Holding a Candle to the Russian Bear

1863 print of President Lincoln in caricature by Rufus Rockwell Wilson titled "Holding A Candle To The *****" (Much The Same Thing.) This cartoon appeared in the November 7, 1863 issue of Punch Magazine, again offering proof of how the tacit alliance between Russia and the United States grated on the sensibilities of certain high placed Britons, the artist sought to move the multitude to laughter by depicting President Lincoln as Mephistopheles bowing and saluting the Russian Bear. Mr. Lincoln was the victim of many forms of abuse both at home...  

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1841 Presidential Token, William Henry Harrison

Bust of William Henry Harrison in uniform with Maj. Gen. W.H. Harrison, stars and the year 1841 on the obverse. A spread winged eagle with American shield on its chest and an olive branch and arrows in its talons. Riband above with the motto, "Go It Tip," and below, with the motto, "Come It Tyler" with encircling stars around the edges. There is a very tiny hole in the top of the token where it was once worn by a chain.

"Tippecanoe and Tyler Too", originally published as "Tip and Ty", was a very popular and...  

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1910, President Abraham Lincoln Memorial Concert Program

With front page quote from John Hay, one of Lincoln's private secretaries during the Civil War!

6 1/8 x 9 1/2.

LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONCERT. Saturday Afternoon, February Twelfth, Nineteen Hundred And Ten, At Quarter To Two O' Clock. "What but lifetime schooling in disappointment; what but the pioneer's self-reliance and freedom from prejudice; what but the patient faith, the clear preceptions of natural right, the unwarped sympathy and unbounded charity of this man with spirit so humble and soul so great, could have carried him...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Celluloid Button

Full color bust view illustration of President Lincoln on the obverse. This is what is known as the $5 bill pose. Measures 1 1/4 inches in diameter. With the original pin on the reverse. Circa 1909.
 

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Abraham Lincoln Memorial Concert Program

3 pages, 6 1/4 x 9, imprint.

LINCOLN MEMORIAL CONCERT. Fifty-Third Anniversary Of Emancipation Proclamation. Tuesday Afternoon, February Fifteenth, Nineteen Sixteen, Two O'Clock. "His heart was as great as the world, but there was no room in it to hold the memory of a wrong." Emerson. Congregational Church, Norfolk, Connecticut. Josef Hofmann, Pianist. Page two has a verse titled "On Music" by Walter Savage Landor, and page three gives the details of the Programme which includes musical selections of Beethoven, Stojowsky,...  

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Photographs, National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois

Group lot of three stereoscopic cabinet size photographs of the National Abraham Lincoln Monument in Springfield, Illinois. View #1: Complete view of the impressive monument. Imprint on the front mount, "Entered by John Carroll Power, in 1883, in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington." Much of the descriptive label on the reverse of the card has been damaged (lifted off) from an old mounting. #2: Close up view of the cavalry group which is on one of the side pedestals below Lincoln. Imprint on the reverse gives a complete...  

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Lincoln in Philately

By Randle Bond Truett. Lincoln Sesquicentennial Edition. Washington, D.C., 1959. Softcover, 35 pages, illustrated. A study of all philatelic material, both U.S. and foreign, that bear the likeness of Abraham Lincoln. It also includes examples of Lincoln franked covers, first day of issues, revenue and tax stamps, tobacco and distilled liquor stamps, and more. Handy little reference book. Also includes the separate, "Supplement, Lincoln in Philately," by Randle Bond Truett, published in 1961. A must if you are interested in Lincoln philatelic...
Circa: 1959  

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1864 Abraham Lincoln & Andrew Johnson Election Ticket

Lake County, Ohio. UNION PRESIDENTIAL TICKET. Election November 8, 1864. With very nice woodcut engraving of Columbia wearing a helmet and holding sword with UNION inscribed on the blade, and star burst overhead. For President, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Of Illinois. For Vice President, ANDREW JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. Lists 21 Electors At Large. Very desirable. Excellent condition!

Footnote: One of the electors listed on this ticket, John McCook, (3rd from the bottom) was the father of Union Generals' Alexander M. McCook, Daniel McCook and Robert L....  

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William H. Taft Presidential Medallion

Bust vignette of Taft on the obverse, with "Our President, William H. Taft" printed around the edges. Blank verso. Measures 1 1/4 inches in diameter. Light tarnishing. This presidential medallion or fob was meant to be attached to a chain or ribbon. Circa early 1900's. William H. Taft was the 27th President of the United States, serving 1909-13.  

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