LINCOLN MEMORABILIA. This lot features a collection of printed material and ephemera relating to Lincoln's career and assassination, including:
Lot 6274
LINCOLN MEMORABILIA. This lot features a collection of printed material and ephemera relating to Lincoln's career and assassination, including:
Sold for US$ 6,250 inc. premium
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LINCOLN MEMORABILIA. This lot features a collection of printed material and ephemera relating to Lincoln's career and assassination, including: Lincoln Group Lot: Phto of conspirators, ptdds, funeral engraving, funeral proclamation, election ribbon, fds theatre broadside, union ticket, h.c. engraving of family, sangamo JNL, death newspaper, ford's theatre ticket Lincoln Group Lot: Phto of conspirators, ptdds, funeral engraving, funeral proclamation, election ribbon, fds theatre broadside, union ticket, h.c. engraving of family, sangamo JNL, death newspaper, ford's theatre ticket
Lot Details
LINCOLN MEMORABILIA.
This lot features a collection of printed material and ephemera relating to Lincoln's career and assassination, including: 1. Sangamo Journal vol VII, no 8 (December 23, 1837). Springfield, IL. 2 pp. Folio. Featuring an advertisement for Stuart and Lincoln, counsellors at law, in column 1.
2. Lincoln and Johnson. 1864 campaign broadside, 89 x 254 mm, ALSO featuring down ballot candidates from Siskiyou County, CA. Framed with small tintype Lincoln campaign button.
3. Ford's Theatre ... Night 191 ... Our American Cousin. Washington: L. Brown, April 14, 1865 (but later). Broadside (480 x 170 mm). Not on rag paper, with inexpert restoration. An early souvenir broadside of the show during which Lincoln was assassinated.
4. A Proclamation by James Y. Smith, Governor of ... Rhode Island: Let the Nation Mourn! April 15, 1865. Printed broadside. Framed.
5. Daily Mirror and American Vol VII, no 8 (April 15, 1865). Manchester, NH. Folio. 4 ll. Featuring report of Lincoln's assassination with black mourning border on column 2 of p 2.
Lot also includes a printed "Ford's Theatre" ticket from an unknown production; an engraving of Lincoln's funeral; a silk embroidered mourning ribbon from the period; a hand-colored engraving of the Lincoln family in the White House; and a silk fragment purported to be from the cars of Lincoln's funeral train.
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