1887 Hand colored wood engraved
Statue of Abraham Lincoln, To be Unvieled in Lincoln Park, Chicago,
October 22, 1887. This was featired in Harper's Weekly.
22 x 16 in. $200
Lincoln Raises the Flag. Beautifully hand colored antique engraving,
original front page Harper's, March 1861. The President hoists the
American Flag with thirty-four stars upon Independence Hall,
Philadelphia, Feb. 22, 1861. $60
Lincoln's Innaugural Ball. Hand colored antique engraving depicting the
Grand Ball in the specially erected hall adjoining City Hall,
Washington D.C. Original Leslie's page, published March 23, 1861.
French Report of Lincoln's Assassination. Original black &
engraving showing the first news reports of the shooting being released
to the crowd. From front page of French Le Monde Illustre, May 1865.
10x14-1/2 in. $40
Lincoln Conspirators' Prison view. Antique black & white
shows exterior view at the Old Penetentiary in Washington, where
Lincoln's assassination conspirators were imprisoned. Harper's. 11x7
John Surratt Arrives in Washington. Surratt, an accomplice of John
Wilkes Booth in Lincoln's assassination, had fled to Canada, was
captured and brought back to Washington in Feb. 1867. Three black
white antique engravings. Surratt portrait, Surratt leaving gun-boat
"Swatara," and Surrattsville, his home. With text, from 1867 Harper's.
Abraham Lincoln Goes To Washington. Hand colored engraving from Frank
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, titled "The Presidential Journey:
Reception of President Lincoln by Fernando Wood, Mayor of New York, at
the City Hall on Wednesday Feb. 20th, 1861." Above the image is part of
an article describing the president elect's trip from Illinois to
11x16 in. $60
Lincoln Assassin Conspirators Hanged. Large engraving from the July 22,
1865 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Title of the scene
is "Execution of the Conspirators, Mrs. Mary E. Surratt, Lewis Powell
(Alias Payne), George Ahzerodt and David E. Harold, in the Prison Yard
of the Old Penitentiary, Washington, D.C., July 7." The conspirators
are shown hanging from the scaffold, with a crowd of soldiers and
civilians watching. Their graves and empty coffins are waiting for them
on the right side of the image. There is a diagonal crease in the upper
right corner of the print appears to be an original crease caused by
the paper being placed incorrectly in the printing press. It is not
visually distracting. Overall condition of the print is very good.
16x22 in. $80
Lincoln Assassination Conspirator Payne. Engraved portrait of Lewis
Payne, one of the conspirators in the Lincoln assassination, from the
May 27, 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly. Payne was the man who attempted
to kill Secretary of State Seward while John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln.
Surrounding the image are articles about the capture of Jefferson
Davis, the burial of Abraham Lincoln, and the trial of Payne himself.
11x16 in. $40
Nast Print: Mourning Death of Lincoln. Beautifully hand colored, somber
print from the April 29, 1865 issue of Harper's Weekly. The print is by
Thomas Nast, the most famous political cartoonist of the 19th century.
It features Columbia, a woman who appeared frequently in Nast's
cartoons, representing all that is good and true about America. She is
kneeling next to Lincoln's coffin, weeping with her head in her hand.
On either side of the image, a Union soldier and sailor are seated with
their heads bowed in grief. This is one of the most stirring tributes
to Lincoln, published only a few weeks
after his death.
16x22 in. $200
1922 Color Leslie's Weekly magazine
featuring a lengthy article about Lincoln's son, Robert Todd on page
184, along with engraved images. Magazine goes from page 182 through
11-1/2 x 8-1/2 in. $25
c.1920s Four-page facsimile of
Abraham Lincoln's life in his own handwriting. Issued by the Veterans
of Foreign Wars of the United States.Folded size:
9 x 6 in. $30
c.1930 booklet titled, "Abraham
Lincoln in Contemporary Caricature," By Albert Shaw. Front and rear
covers not bound to pages. Inside front cover is a copy of a check
written in 1863. Six double-sided pages filled with text and images
10-1/2 x 8 in. $30
1923 Booklet titled, "The Informant
for February" showing a statue of Abraham Lincoln reclining in a chair.
This booklet was published monthly by the Zellerbach Paper Company and
features one-page stories and anecdotes.
7 x 5 in. $30
1938 LIFE Magazine featuring the
actor Raymond Massey starring as Abraham Lincoln in Robert E.
Sherwood's play, "Abe Lincoln in Illinois." Article on pages 42 and 45
with half-tone images included. Lots of other fine articles, color and
half-tone images are also featured in magazine.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $25
1963 LIFE Magazine featuring Rare
Photographs and New Facts of the Incredible Story of What Happened to
Lincoln's Body. Also featred in magazine is an article about Cassius
poem he had written.
14 x 10-1/2 in. $30
Lincoln and His Family - Old and rare hand colored lithographed
portrait of Abraham Lincoln and his family,
showing Lincoln, his wife, Mary and members of their family. Titled,
"Lincoln and His Family," by William Smith of Philadelphia. It is in
excellent condition and is printed on sturdy paper.
30 x 24 in. $800
Lincoln Reviews Troops. Review of Batteries of Artillery and Regiments
of Calvary in Washington DC. Color: Black and White. Type: Wood
Engraving. Size. 22x16 in. $40
1864 Harper's Weekly "The Union Christmas Dinner" by Thomas Nast.
16 x 22 in. $250
Presentation of Prince Napoleon by Secretary Seward to The President;
The Princess Clotilde, Wife of Prince Napoleon
11x16 in. $40
Abraham Lincoln; Andrew Johnson; Ulysses S. Grant
11x16 in. $30
President Lincon's Funeral Procession in Chicago, IL; President
Lincoln's Funeral - catafalque in the City Hall Springfield, IL
Hand colored wood engraving.
Black & White: $40
Nast Engraving of a Civil War Thanksgiving "United We Stand." Showing
Abraham Lincoln and The Generals standing on the Rebel
Flag, congratulating a victorious Union Soldier. Middle image
surrounded by various patriotic and war scenes. 1864. Published by
Harper's Weekly. Hand colored, wood engraving.
15 1/4 x 22 in. $150
“Funeral honors to President Lincoln - the catafalque passing up
Broadway, New York, April 25, 1865, in the presence of nearly a million
spectators.” Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, May 13, 1865.
Depicts soldiers from the New York 7th Regiment march in a hollow
square formation that frames Lincoln’s hearse. Hand colored, wood
engraving. Print has been mended.
16 x 22 in. $250
1909 Lincoln as a boy
10.5x15.5 in. $60
The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of the United States
at the Capitol, Washington (from a drawing made on the spot by Winslow
16x22 in. $250
1864 Rally round the
Rare hand colored wood engravings featured in Harper's Weekly shows,
image, "The Assassination of President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre on the
Night of April 14, 1865;" Bottom image is titled, "The Assassination of
President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre -- After the Act."
15-1/2 x 11 in. $225
Black & White: $200
1867 Currier & Ives lithograph in original antique frame
titled, "The Lincoln Family," which shows Mrs. Lincoln, Robert,
and President Lincoln sitting at their table listening to President
Lincoln read from his book. Framed portrait has a heavy attached wire
on back of frame making this ready for hanging on your favorite wall.
Image size is: 12-1/2 x 8 in.
Size with frame is: 16 x 12-1/2 in.
Steel engraving by William Sartain after Samuel B. Waugh showing,
"Lincoln and His Family." This is the most famous of Lincoln family
portraits which portrays the family inside the White House. Fine
condition. Published by Bradley & Co. Full
27-3/4 x 22 in. $890
Hand colored wood engraving titled, "The City of Montgomery, Alabama,
Shwoing the State House Where Congress Of the Southern Confederacy
Meets on February 4, 1861." Matted. Image inside mat:
14-1/2 x 12 in. $75
1861 Winslow Homer wood engraving
titled, "The Inaugural Procession at Washington Passing the gate of the
Capitol Grounds." Featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $50
1861 Winslow Homer double-page wood
engraving titled, "The Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as President of
the United States, At the Capitol, Washington, March 4, 1861." Featured
in Harper's Weekly.
22 x 16 in. $150
1861 Winslow Homer wood engraving
showing, "Presidents Buchanan and Lincoln Entering the Senate Chamber
Before the Inauguration," in bottom image. Featured in Harper's Weekly.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $25