is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of Antique
1862 Chief Justice Story. Fine black & white steel engraved antique portait of Chief Justice Joseph Story, with
8x11 in. $30
First 13 Chief Justices - Life Magazine in 1953 celebrated the appointment of Earl Warren and the pictured on the page which include John Rutledge, Oliver Ellsworth, John Marshall, Melville W. Fuller, William Howard Taft and the others shown. These are
14 x 10 in. $30
1873 Chief Justice Chase. Large full page black & white wood-engraved portrait, from Harper's.
11x16 in. $30
1868 Justices of Supreme Court Portrait. Very impressive large antique black & white portrait of the the Supreme Court Justices of 1868. Woodcut engraved from photograph by A. Gardner in 1868.
22x16-1/2 in. $175
1894 Supreme Court and Robing Room. Several hand colored half-tone views on one Harper's page. Authentic antique.
11x16 in. $60
1875 Justice Bound by Red - Nast shows how the politicians have tied up "Justice" in red tape. Crooks in foreground are laughing. Hand colored wood engraving.
11x16 in. $80
1860 Chief Justice Taney, after a photograph by Brady. Front page Harper's Weekly original black & white portrait of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, with descriptive text. Genuine antique engraving,
published in 1860.
11x16 in. $30
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, New York City in Madison Square. The architect was James Lord Brown. C.1890
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $30
1867 Mississippi Injunction Case. Original hand colored wood engraving. Chief Justice Chase and Associates hear arguments
in the Supreme Court.
16x11 in. $125
Chief Justice Chase dining with doubtful senators discussing reforming the jury system. 1868 Hand color wood engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
16 x 11 in.$80
Supreme Court Hearing Income Tax Cases. Hand colored half-tone engraving by C.S. Reinhart
featured in Harper's Weekly.
21-1/2 x 15-1/2 in. $125
Centennial of the Supreme Court - Portraits of four Chief Justices: Jay, Ellsworth, Marshall and Taney; plus the Chief Justice Chase and the nine current members. 1890 Hand colored half-tone engravings featured in Harper's Weekly.
21-1/2 x 16 in. $150
Electoral Commission "Florida Case" is seen in the Supreme Court Chambers with Hon. Davis Dudley Field opening on behalf of the Tilden objectors. 1877 Wood engraving featured in Frank Leslie's
21-1/2 x 16 in. $250
John Jay, First Supreme Court Justice. Jay was also a Founding Father, Patriot and Statesman. 1862 Hand colored steel engraving with margins, published by Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers, New York.
11 x 8 in. $60
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