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001iam:
Harper's Weekly
1880
The Herald of Relief from America by Th.Nast
11x16 in.
$30


002iam:
Harper's Weekly
1885
"For Ireland's Sake" "Point out to our friends in America the necessity for renewed exertion in support of the Parliamentary fund" by Thomas Nast
11x16 in. image 5x5 in.
$20


003iam:
Harper's Weekly
1871
The Usual Irish Way of Doing Things by Th.Nast
11x16 in.
image 7x5 in.
$20



004iam:
Harper's Weekly
1872
Romish Politics - Any Thing to Beat Grant by Th.Nast Irish Roman Catholic Invader
11x16 in.
$30


005iam:
Harper's Weekly
1888
More Protection in a Free Country by Th.Nast
11x16 in.
$30


006iam:
Harper's Weekly
1870
Our Modern Falstaff Reviwing his Army by Th.Nast
16x11 in.
$30


008iam:
Harper's Weekly
1882
Fiendish Assassins Poor Ireland "Save me from my friends!" by Th.Nast
11x16 in.
$40


009iam:
Harper's Weekly
1877
Reform is Necessary in the Foreign Line by Th.Nast also available in b/w
11x16 in.
Black & White: $40
Color: $50



011iam: 1905 sheet music titled, "Where the River Shannon Flows" from the Artistic Series with The Irish Swanee River written on top of front cover. Bottom righthand side is stamped, "Davis Piano Co." from its original seller. Published By M. Witmark & Sons in America as well as London and Paris. It has been mended and the bottom margin is damaged.
13 x 10 in. $20



012iam: 1912 sheet music titled, "When I Dream Of Old Erin (I'm Dreaming Of You). Published by Harry Williams Music Co., Inc., New York. Fair condition.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $20


013iam: C. 1903 Old sheet music titled, "It Takes the Irish to Beat the Dutch." Published by Howley, Haviland & Dresser, New York. Bottom is stamped, "H.A. Becker Music House" from its original seller. Very good condition.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $35


014iam: 1914 sheet music with color lithographed front cover titled, "Erin's Isle and You -- Ballad." Published by Sam Fox Pub. Co., in Cleveland and in Europe. The margin is damaged and there is a signature
near top right.
13-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $20



016iam: 1867 RARE Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper hand colored wood engraving showing, "The Riot on St. Patrick's Day -- The Attack on the Police at the Corner of Grand and Pitt Streets, New York City." There is some discoloration on the
top half of page.
16 x 11 in. $50


017iam: 1896 Chromolithograph from the May issue of Judge which shows, "St. Patrick's Day Notes." There are nine comic vignettes disparaging to the Irish with a few disparaging Jewish
ones thrown in.
13 x 10 in. $150


 


018iam: C. 1885 Hand colored wood engraving showing the Irish-American Civil War titled, "Return of the Sixty-Ninth Regiment." Scene shows them returning to New York City and given a reception by the 7th. Regiment that "any organization might envy."
16 x 11 in. $80



019iam: 1861 RARE Hand colored wood engraving featured in the New York Illustrated News which shows "The procession of Irish citizens passing City Hall in New York on St. Patrick's Day."
16 x 11 in. $60



020iam: 1902 Chromolithograph featured in Puck titled, "Speculative." Scene shows Irish Schemers Maggie and Katie with Maggie telling Katie that her boyfriend is going to get an automobile by being struck by one and then suing for damage!
13-1/2 x 10 in. $100


021iam: 1868 Cartoon published in Harper's Weekly by Thomas Worth showing two people comparing the price and virtue of coal to whiskey. Caption title reads, "A Mere Matter of Taste."
16 x 11 in. $30



022iam: 1897 Chromolithograph showing the Irish as Smarties titled, "Settling His Sarcasm." Scene shows a conversation between Pat and Owner of sand he is selling.
14 x 10 in. $50



023iam: 1894 Chromolithograph published in Judge titled, "The Wake" shows the Democratic Party having a wake over a dead donkey, with Cleveland's picture turned around to 
face the wall.
13-1/2 x 10 in. $90

 

025iam: 1874 Hand colored wood engraving from The Illustrated London News is titled, "Meeting of The British Associaltion, Belfast." Scene shows six different monuments in Belfast.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $40



026iam:
C.1890 Chromolithograph showing derogatory cartoon vignettes titled, "St. Patrick's Day in the Morning" featured in Judge.
13 x 10 in. $40



027iam:
1890 Chromolithograph featured in Puck by the artist, Opper showing scenes with Irish citizens and Uncle Sam being presented with a petition to relieve Ireland 
from the famine.
21 x 14 in. $100


 
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