is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
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1865 Columbia's Noblest Sons - hand colored lithograph showing George Washington on left side and Abraham Lincoln on the right with cartouches surrounding each of them showing their accomplishments during their times as President.
24 x 19 in.
$Black & White: $300
1876 Uncolored steel engraved portrait of our first President, George Washington. Engraved by William Marshall. Published by Oscar Marshall, New York. There are 4-inch margins on all four sides.
24 x 30 in. $300
1853 Wood engraving of the Ex-President, Millard Fillmore surrounded by story about him. Featured in the Illustrated News.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $40
Circa 1915 Fruit Crate Label for Washington Brand Dehydrated Apples. Handsome, red white and blue lithographed label, featuring a portrait of George Washington seated on his horse. 9x9 in. $20
Cover of Harper's Weekly dated March 16, 1889. Engraving of Benjamin Harrison titled Inauguration Number.
11x16 in. $30
Franklin Pierce at White House, 1854. Original engraving of President Pierce's Levee at the White House, Washington DC. From original Gleason's Pictorial, 1854.
16x11 in. $30
Old 1968 Campaign Poster. Nixon Is Coming!! This old campaign poster for Richard Nixon was printed to advertise a stop by the Nixons in Willingboro New Jersey during the 1968 presidential campaign. The text reads "The Richard Nixons Are Coming to Burlington County, Saturday Sept. 21st. Come One, Come All and Greet the NIXONS at the Willingboro Shopping Plaza. Later that Evening the Nixons will be Driving thru Main Street, Moorestown. Let's All Join Together in a Torchlight Welcoming at 7:45 for the Next President of the United States." The poster is printed on sturdy cardboard, and is in good condition. There is a three-inch tear downward from the top edge, but other than that there is no damage. 18x23 in. $50
1902 Martin Van Buren. Excellent, formal portrait poduced in 1902 of the eighth president of the United States. Facsimile of Van Buren's signature appears below his image. image size: 9x12 in., with margins: 16x20 in. $70
C.1887 Lithograph showing "Washington's Reception at the White House, 1776." Respectfully dedicated to the People of the United States by the Publishers, Thomas Kelly, New York.
24 x 30 in. $250
C.1887 Color lithographed portrait of Martha Washington, the very First Lady of the first President of the United States. Published by William Smith of Philadelphia, PA.
27-1/2 x 21-1/2 in. $250
1881 Washington D.C. – The Inauguration of President Garfield – View of the Grand Military and Civic Procession on Pennsylvania Avenue, Looking from the Dome of the Capitol. Hand colored wood engraving featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
21-1/2 x 16 in. $225
C.1885 Steel engraving showing twenty-two United States Presidents with our first President, George Washington in the center. Title of the engraving is, "Our Presidents," For Authentic Biographies of Each of Our Presidents, See Weaver's "Lives and Graces of Our Presidents." Published by Elder
Publishing Co., Chicago, IL.
27 in. x 21 in. $250
1826 John Quincy Adams, President of the United States. This large 18 x 25-1/2 inch copper engraving shows him in his library as he looks at his books and maps. There's a chipped lower corner and repair
at bottom margin.
25 x 18-1/2 in. $450
1911 Battle of Princeton - Washington's Charge January 3rd, 1777, American Loss: Gen. Mercer and about 100 Men. British Loss: Kd. & Wd. 200. 300 Prisoners and Cannons Taken. Very vivid color lithograph showing General Washington holding his hat as he leads the charge. Image also shows dead blue and red coats in the snowy field. Copyright by Louis Kurz, Chicago.
28 x 22 in. $400
Old Rare Portrait: George Washington, Family. This is a very large, engraved portrait of George and Martha Washington, accompanied by Washington Parke Custis and Eleanor Parke Custis. William Lee, a servant, is shown standing on the far right side. The image is titled "Washington Family." It was printed circa 1860 by Thomas Kelly of New York. It is in good condition, printed on sturdy paper. There is a barely visible crease, approx. 5 inches long, which extends inward from the top edge. The top two inches of the crease are torn but the remainder is intact. There is another small tear on the right side, which extends about 2 inches into the image. Neither the crease nor the two tears are obvious. If this item were framed, they would be barely noticeable. Over all, the image
is very clean and clear.
21x26 in. $350
Hand colored Steel engraving of President Zachary Taylor. Lower picture of soldiers at Okee-cho-hee dated Dec 25th 1837.
Engraved by T.W. Hunt
from a drawing by
Brady in 1856.
10x7 in. $50
Hand colored steel engraving of President John Tyler. Lower picture captioned "The President's House, from Washington." Engraved in 1856 by Charles Holl from a drawing by Charles Fenderich.
10x7 in. $50
1861 Wood engraving showing Chantrey's Statue of Washington, Now in the State House at Boston, Massachusetts. Featured in Harper's Weekly, A Journal of Civilization.
15-1/2 x 10-1/2 in. $40
Hand colored Steel engraving of President John Quincy Adams. Small picture under portrait of "Treaty with the Osages." Engraved by Dubourjal and Hunt in 1856. 10x7 in. $50
Hand colored engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper dated May 19, 1888. Caption reads "Sweet Spring-Time. Scene at Oak View, the Country Residence of President Cleveland - Morning Stroll of the President and Mrs. Clevland." From a sketch by J.H. Moser. 11x16 in. $50
Page from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper from 1866 published in German. Hand colored engraving showing President Andrew Johnson. 16x11 in. $30
Hand colored Steel engraving of President Frank Pierce. Picture below the portrait shows a scene from the battle of Cherubusco. Engraved by J. Rogers in 1856.
10x7 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
"The Homes and Tombs of Jefferson and Madison." Drawn by Alfred Kappes. Showing the Monticello, the tomb of Jefferson, The old Monuments, The University of Virginia, Montpelier, and tomb of Madison." Foreground shows some 18th century furniture. 1885 Harper's Weekly. Hand colored, wood engraving.
11 x 16 in. $80
Gen. Henry Harrison at the Battle of Tippecanoe. 1840 lithograph by N. Currier. Original iconic image from War of 1812. Hand colored, lithograph. Toned. In period birdseye maple frame. Harrison was the 9th American President.
Frame: 13 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. $150
This is a beautiful large sepia tone bust portrait of Woodrow Wilson, President of Princeton University.
Published by A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore in 1913.
28x22 in. $300
General Grant in San Francisco. 1879 Very rare, large format wood engraving with eight vignettes, including a bird's-eye view of the Palace Hotel, the Chronicle Building, and Montgomery Street.
28-1/2 x 20 in. $395
George Washington's Inauguration Day. Beautiful hand colored wood engraving from the May 4, 1889 issue of Harper's Weekly. Page titled, The Morning of Inauguration Day, 1789. Image shows George Washington on horseback and is produced from the drawing by T. de Thulstrup. Center crease has been archivally repaired.
16x22 in. $200
1889 Chromolithograph showing George Washington's Inauguration titled, "The Temple of A Century's Growth." Published in Puck by J. Ottmann and J. Keppler. Very grand double-page image showing our nation's Capitol in the
background set against
the glorious sun.
26 x 19 in. $95
1868 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "The Candidates," which is captioned, "For the Presidency and Vice-Presidency of the United States, Nominated By the National Union Republican Convention, at Chicago, ILL., May 21st., 1868." Ulysses S. Grant is shown on left and Schuyler Colfar is shown on right. Featured in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
22 x 16 in. $150
Two presidents divest their personal money so there will be no conflict of interest in the Chromolithograph from Puck. German text. This is almost the same as it is today.
13 x 10 in. $80
1850 Print: President Monroe's Birthplace. Color: Water Color. Type: Copper Engraving. Size: 9x5 in. $19
1896 Book titled, "The Life and Distinguished Services of the Honorable William McKinley and The Great Issues of 1896." Author was Murat Halstead, Esq. Published by Edgewood Publishing Company and Profusely Illustrated. Red cloth binding that is slightly
worn. 501 pages.
1954 Authentic United States Presidential Chart which has been called "A masterpiece of compound information, giving hundreds of facts. This large and attractive chart has pictures of all the presidents, including Eisenhower around the border with a very graphic presentation of the many facts pertaining to American history. Chart is in excellent condition.
26 x 20-1/2 in. $100
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