is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
001grnt: 1865 Portrait of General U.S. Grant. Engraved, full-page portrait of General Grant from Harper's Weekly, Dec. 9, 1865. Only months after the Civil War ended. 11x16 in. $30
002grnt: 1886 U.S. Grant Memorial Scene. Large engraving from Harper's Weekly, June 5, 1886, showing U.S. Grant's coffin surrounded by flowers. Above the scene is the phrase "Grant. They That Rock the Cradle Rule the World." 16x22 in. $50
004grnt: 1868 Reaction to U.S. Grant Nomination. Engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "Reading the News of the Nomination of General Grant in the Country." A wounded war veteran is tossing his cap in the air after hearing the news.
8x11 in. $25
008grnt: 1909 Sheet Music: General Grant's March. Piano music for a tune titled "General Grant's March. Red, white and blue lithographed cover, with a photographic portrait of the general at the bottom. In satisfactory condition: somewhat worn, but complete. A name is written in light pencil on the cover, and the inside pages have pencil writing on them as well. The cover would look very nice in a frame! 10x14 in. $30
009grnt: 1888 U.S. Grant Birthday Memorial. Engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "The Birthday of General Grant: Portraits of Some of the Prominent Confederate Officers Invited to Attend the Memorial Banquet in New York, April 27th." In the center of the page is a view of Grant's coffin draped with flowers. 11x16 in. $30
010grnt: 1876 Nast - U.S. Grant's Challenge. Powerful hand colored engraved print by Thomas Nast, from original Harper's Weekly, 1876. Shows bayonet (USA) running through the serpent (White League - Ku Klux Klan). Accompanies piece on U.S. Grant's challenge to Southern governors to afford the same protections to all citizens, including "Negroes and Republicans." Genuine antique print - 124 years old!
11x16 in. $50
011grnt: 1865 Portrait: U.S. Grant and Staff. Group portrait of Grant and his staff, from the July 15, 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly. Made only months after the Civil War ended. The name of each individual is printed beneath the image. $30
012grnt: 1872 Portrait of President U.S. Grant. Handsome portrait of President Grant, made near the end of his first term in office. From the June 29, 1872 issue of Harper's Weekly.
11x16 in. $30
014grnt: 1885 Scene: U.S. Grant Dying of Cancer. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, April 18, 1885, only three months before his death from throat cancer. Title is "General Grant's Illness: A Consultation." Shows Grant surrounded by four doctors who are discussing his treatment. 11x16 in. $40
015grnt: 1885: Body of General Grant Under Guard. Engraved image from Harper's Weekly, titled "General Grant's Body Under Guard of Wheeler Post, G.A.R." Beneath the image is a short article describing Grant's last moments of life.
11x16 in. $30
203grnt: "A Great Life Ended - The Death of General U.S. Grant at Mount McGregor, New York, July 23d - The Death Bead Scene." Also shows a Fac-Smile of a reply written by General Grant in one of his last "talks" with a friend. 1885 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Wood engraving.
15 3/4 x 22 in. $80
016grnt: 1885 Old West: Mourning Death of U.S. Grant. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "General Grant's Death: The News in the Far West." Men standing by a rural western post office are clearly saddened by the news. 11x16 in. $50
1869 Wood engraving showing General Grant, the New President of the United States. Featured in The Illustrated London News.
16 x 11 in. $60
1885 Rare steel engraved portrait of Ulysses S. Grant. Copyrighted by H.B. Hall's Sons, N.Y.
23-1/2 x 18-1/2 in. $400
200grnt: RARE Old Civil War Scene: U.S. Grant. Hand colored engraving from the June 13, 1863 issue of Harper's Weekly, titled "Major-General Ulysses S. Grant Before Vicksburg." Grant is shown on a white horse, holding his sword in the air as he charges forward. Very stirring, patriotic view of the famous general and president! 16x22 in. $60
201grnt: Antique View: Funeral of General U.S. Grant. Very large, impressive engraving from the August 15, 1885 issue of Harper's Weekly. Title is "General Grant's Funeral: Procession Passing Up Fifth Avenue." The coffin is shown on a rolling platform, draped in black, pulled by eight horses. A somber crowd is watching as the procession files past. This item is in very good condition. There are two very small repairs at the top and bottom of the center vertical crease. There is also some clear archival tape on the center of the image, where a small tear in the crease was repaired.
22 x 32 in. $300
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