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002gar:
1881 Funeral of President Garfield. This black and white double page engraving is from the Illustrated London News, titled "Funeral of President Garfield-Funeral Car Waiting to Receive the Coffin."
16x22 in. $60



007gar:
James Garfield, Chester Arthur Portraits. Rare engraved portraits of Garfield and Arthur from the June 26, 1880 issue of Harper's Weekly, published while they were Republican candidates for president and vice president. Each portrait is surrounded by a decorative border. The center crease between the images has several small holes in it, but overall condition is very good. These portraits could be framed together, or separated and framed individually.
16x22 in. $60



010gar:
1881 James Garfield Funeral: Mother Mourns. Engraved image from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "Funeral of the Martyr-President at Cleveland, Ohio: Mrs. Eliza Garfield Praying Over the Coffin of her Murdered Son."
11x16 in. $50



011gar:
1881 Nast Print: Garfield Assassination. Large, engraved image from Harper's Weekly by Thomas Nast, the most famous political cartoonist of the 19th century. Title is "At Liberty's Door." Shows Liberty in mourning, with the spilled blood of Lincoln and Garfield on the ground by her side.
16x22 in. $60



012gar:
1881: From Washington to Elberon. Hand colored engraved image from the September 17, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly. This beautiful engraving shows 3 scenes from the President's trip from Washington to the Francklyn Cottage in Elberon.
11x16 in. $60
Black & White: $50



013gar:
1881 Portrait: Mother of James Garfield. Hand colored, engraved portrait from Harper's Weekly, titled "Eliza Ballou Garfield, the Mother of Our Dead President."
11x16 in. $60
Black & White: $50


015gar:
1881 James Garfield Inauguration Scenes. Engraved images from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Inauguration of President Garfield: Scenes in Washington." Shows views of Garfield's inauguration parade, and of spectators gathered to watch the swearing-in ceremony. 11x16 in. $80


016gar:
1881 James Garfield Cabinet Scene. Engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "An Anxious Night in the Cabinet Room." Shows members of Garfield's cabinet waiting for news on the President's health after the assassination attempt. The name of each cabinet member is printed below the image.
11x16 in. $40

 
018gar:
1881 Poem: James Garfield Assassination. Poem from an 1881 issue of Puck Magazine, voicing the nation's sadness about the attack on Garfield's life. 10x14 in. $50



019gar:
1880 The Friend of the Freedmen. This beautiful engraving is from the 1880 edition of Harper's Weekly. The image is of President Garfield protecting a group of black slaves from angry slave owners who want to enslave all blacks. 11x16 in. $50



020gar:
1880 The Republican Victory. Beautiful hand colored engraving of James A. Garfield, President Elect of the United States and Chester A. Arthur, Vice President Elect of the United States. This print is from the November 20, 1880 edition of Harper's Weekly.
11x16 in. $60
Black & White: $50


 

 

023gar:
1881 Struck Down at the Post of Duty. This black and white engraving is a symbolic Garfield Assassination image from the cover of the July, 1881 edition of "Puck Magazine."
10x14 in. $60



027gar:
1881: President Garfield Inauguration Scene. Large engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "The Inauguration of President Garfield." Shows a close-up view of Garfield taking the oath of office on the capitol steps, with a large crowd watching. A horizontal tear along the center crease of this print has been professionally repaired on the back with archival tape. It is not visually distracting.
16x22 in. $90


028gar:
 
1881: James Garfield Funeral Scenes. Two engraved images, printed in a 1901 issue of Harper's Weekly. Top image is titled "The Catafalque at Cleveland on the Night of September 25, 1881, with the Line of People Viewing the Remains." Bottom image is titled "Services at the Receiving Vault, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland."
11x16 in. $40

 

200gar:
1881 At the window, a brief respite in a weary struggle. This original hand colored engraving is from the cover of the September 24, 1881 edition of Harper's Weekly. It shows James Garfield looking out the window at the sea from
 his home in Elberon.
size: 11x16 in. $60
Black & White: $50


202gar:
1890 Views at the James Garfield Monument. Large engraving from Harper's Weekly, 1890, titled "The Garfield Monument at Cleveland, Ohio, Dedicatted May 30, 1890." Contains images of the monument's interior and exterior, and shows scenes
 from Garfield's life.
Excellent condition.
16 x 22 in. $60



203gar:
1881: Scenes After Garfield Shooting. Two hand colored engraved images from the July 8, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, showing scenes immediately after the shooting of President Garfield. Image at left is titled "The Tragedy at Washington: Scene in the Upper Room at the Depot Immediately After the Shooting." Right image is "Removing the President from the Depot to the Ambulance." Excellent condition.
11x16 in. $60



205gar:
1881: Garfield Funeral in Cleveland Ohio. Five uncolored engraved images from the Oct. 15, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Funeral of the Martyr-President at Cleveland, O." Shows the catafalque passing by crowds of mourners. Every good condition.
16x22 in. $60



206gar:
1881: Garfield Funeral Service at Cemetery. Hand colored engraving from the Oct. 8, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Funeral of President Garfield. Services at the Receiving Vault, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland." Mourners are shown watching the arrival of Garfield's coffin at the vault. 11x16 in. $60
Black & White: $50


208gar:
1881 Scene outside White House after Garfield Shooting. Dramatic hand colored engraving from the July 8, 1881 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "The Tragedy at Washington. The Night-Watch Before the Executive Mansion." A crowd of concerned citizens is shown gathered anxiously outside the White House gate, waiting for news of the President's health. Light stain on the right side is barely visible on the image.
11x16 in. $50
Black & White: $40



209gar:
1881 Cleveland Ohio Funeral for Garfield. Engraving from the German language edition of Leslie's Weekly, Sept. 25, 1881. A large crowd is shown in Cleveland Ohio, watching Garfield's coffin pass by on the way to the cemetery.
11x16 in. $60





210gar:
1881 From Washington to Elberon. This beautiful and colored engraving depicts 2 scenes: "Removing the President from the White House" and "Removing the president from the Express Wagon to the Railway car." This print is from the September 17, 1881 edition of Harper's Weekly.
16x22 in. $60
Black & White: $50



211gar:
1881 James A. Garfield. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization on July 23, 1881. Ornate circular border surrounds a portrait of President Garfield, which is framed by a thin line border on the front cover of Harper's Weekly. 11x16in. $60



212gar:
1881 The Tragedy At Washington - The Assassin Charles Jules Guiteau - Photographed Expressly for Harper's Weekly by C.M. Bell, Washington, D.C. Hand colored wood engraving published in a Special Edition of Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization on July 8, 1881. Picture depicts a portrait of Garfield's assassin, Charles Jules Guiteau.
11x16in. $60



213gar:
1881 Mrs. James A. Garfield - Photographed by J.F. Ryder, Cleveland, Ohio. Beautiful hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on August 27, 1881. Mrs. Garfield's portrait is framed with an ornate circular border of assorted flowers and foilage. 11x16in. $60



214gar:
1881 The End of A Remarkable Struggle For Life - Scene In the President's Room In the Francklyn Cottage, Immediately After His Death, September 19th. - From A Sketch By A Staff Artist. Double-page wood engraving published in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on October 1, 1881. Picture depicts President Garfield shortly after his death, as he lies in the President's Room,
finally at peace.
16x22in. $100



215gar:
1881 The Death of President Garfield, - Decoration of the Building of the New York "Tribune;" The Room at Francklyn Cottage in Which the President Died. Two wood engravings pictured with text in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper on October 8, 1881. 11x16in. $40



217gar:
1881 The Wounded President - Ascertaining the Location of the Bullet - From A Sketch by W. Shinkle. Hand colored wood engraving published in Harper's Weekly on August 13, 1881. Engraving depicts President Garfield lying in his bed, as two men use their equipment in trying to ascertain the exact location of the bullet that wounded him. 11x16in. $50



218gar:
1881 The Tragedy at Washington - The Assassin Firing the Second Shot at President Garfield. Hand colored wood engraving published in a Special Edition of Harper's Weekly on July 8, 1881. 11x16in. $60



219gar:
1881 The Death-Bed of President Garfield - From A Sketch by W.A. Rogers. Double-page hand colored wood engraving published as a Supplement to Harper's Weekly on October 1, 1881. Engraving depicts the deceased President Garfield in his bed as his wife, grieving daughter and other gentlemen pay their respects. 16x22 in. $100



220gar:
1881 President James A. Garfield After Death. Double-page hand colored wood engraving published as a Supplement to Harper's Weekly on September 24, 1881. Engraving depicts the late President Garfield lying in state, adorned with white roses. President Garfield was born in Orange, Ohio, on November 19, 1831; He died in Elberon, New Jersey, on September 19, 1881. 16x22in. $100





 
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