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Autograph, General David Hunter

Rare imprinted & signed two sided personal military card as Major General

He accompanied President-Elect Lincoln on his train ride into Washington, D.C. in 1861

Wounded at the 1st Battle of Bull Run, Virginia, July 1861

He emancipated slaves in some of the southern states in 1862 without orders which caused quite a controversy!

Presided over the trial of the Lincoln conspirators and was chosen to accompany the body of Mr. Lincoln to Springfield, Illinois for burial in 1865!


(1802-86) His maternal grandfather was...  

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Relic From Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C.

President Warren G. Harding threw out the ceremonial first pitch of Major League Baseball at Griffith Stadium on April 13, 1921

Commemorative card with authentic Griffith Stadium seat relic. This card was published to celebrate the "First Pitch" that was thrown out by U.S. President Warren G. Harding to open the 1921 Major League Baseball season. 2 1/2 x 3 1/2, thick card stock printed on both sides. It incorporates an authentic piece of wood at the center of the card from a seat at Griffith Stadium, in Washington, D.C. There is a...  

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Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Campaign Button

32nd President of the United States

(1882-1945) Born in Hyde Park, New York, he served as a member of the New York State Senate, 1911-13; as the United States Secretary of the Navy, 1913-20; Governor of New York, 1929-32; and President of the U.S., 1933-45. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941, he declared war on Japan the next day, and a few days later, on Germany and Italy. Roosevelt died during the war on April 12, 1945, at Warm Springs, Ga., after his physical health seriously and steadily had declined...  

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President Abraham Lincoln First Day Cover

6 1/2 x 3 1/2, envelope featuring a beautiful color bust illustration of President Lincoln at left. This is what is known as the famous $5 bill pose. Imprinted below his portrait is, Abraham Lincoln, 16th President Of The United States. Circular date stamped, Washington, D.C., Jan. 6, 1965. Includes a 4 cents U.S. President Lincoln postage stamp, and an embossed stamp in the amount of 1 1/4 cents, Auth. Nonprofit Org., with vignette of the Liberty bell of Philadelphia. Stamped in black below the postage stamps is First Day Of Issue. Choice unused...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Hair & Death Bed Bandage Display

On the night of April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was mortally wounded at Ford's Theater, on 10th Street, Washington, D.C., by the famous actor John Wilkes Booth. President Lincoln was carried across the street to a back bedroom inside the Petersen boarding house where he died at 7:22 A.M. on April 15th.

Included in this display is a fragment of a gauze bandage that was used in the care of President Lincoln. The bandage fragment originated from the Herman Rudd Collection in Buffalo, New York, and was previously in the collection of the...  

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Photograph, Confederate President Jefferson Davis

The first and only President of the Confederate States of America

(1808-1889) Born in Fairview, Kentucky, he spent most of his childhood in Wilkinson County, Mississippi. He graduated in the West Point class of 1828 where two of his classmates were Albert Sidney Johnston, and Leonidas Polk, both future Confederate Generals who would be killed in the War Between the States. On sick leave at the start of the Black Hawk War, he returned to active duty in time to serve at the Battle of Bad Axe, which ended the war. When Chief "Black...  

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Framed Display, Fabric Taken From the Chair of Jefferson Davis

Recovered during the fall of Richmond, Virginia, April 3, 1865

The period note that was attached to this souvenir fabric remnant attests that it was removed from the Presidential chair of Jefferson Davis in the Confederate House of Representatives, on April 3rd, 1865, as Union troops and support forces entered the city. The note is written by George D. Murray and states, "A piece of the covering of the Pres. Chair in the House of Representatives taken at the time of occupation of Richmond by the Union troops, April 3rd, 1865, by George...  

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CDV, President Abraham Lincoln & Family

16th President of the United States

Led the Union to victory during the Civil War

The first American president to be assassinated!


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln and Abraham Lincoln seated side by side posing with their two living sons at the time, their eldest Captain Robert Todd Lincoln, standing behind them, in uniform, and their youngest son, Thomas "Tad" Lincoln standing at the right looking down at a book that the president is holding....  

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President Abraham Lincoln Celluloid Button

Antique celluloid pin back button with a full color bust view illustration of President Abraham Lincoln. This is what is known as the famous $5 bill pose. The original image was taken by Anthony Berger, of Mathew Brady's Gallery, in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, February 9, 1864. The button measures 1 1/4 x 1 1/4. Complete with the original pin on the reverse. Manufacturer's imprint on the reverse: Wm. Lehmberg & Sons, 138 N. 10th St., Phila., Pa. Very fine condition, and nice to have one of these pins with the manufacturer's imprint still in place....  

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The Assassination; Death of the President

By Champ Clark, and The Editors of Time Life Books. Published by Time Life Books, Alexandria, Va., 1987. Hardcover with embossed gray leatherette cover with illustration of a war worn President Abraham Lincoln photographed in 1864. Also has a U.S. and C.S. belt plate, stars, crossed cannons, swords and cannon balls with the title of the book printed in blue. The title is also printed in blue on the spine. Large 9 x 11 size, 176 pages, index, maps, profusely illustrated. Excellent book on the assassination of our 16th President of the United States. Very...
Circa: 1987
ISBN: 0-8094-4820-3  

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Portrait President Abraham Lincoln

16th President of the United States

The first ever United States President to be assassinated!


(1809-1865) This lanky, self taught lawyer, started to make a name for himself when he rode the Illinois country circuit by horseback and buggy with his fellow litigator's, among them future U.S. Senator, and presidential candidate, Stephen A. Douglas. Lincoln was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836, and practiced law for 25 years. Most of his work involved settling debts, contracts, business disputes, divorces and some criminal cases. His...  

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President Abraham Lincoln & American Flags

"They can afford to do a wrong, I cannot." A. Lincoln

Unused, patriotic cover, with full color vignette of President Abraham Lincoln, with crossed American flags below his likeness, and the slogan, "They can afford to do a wrong, I cannot." Published by J.M. Whittmore & Co., Publishers, Boston. This is the complete envelope which includes the back flap. Mounting traces on the verso. Light age toning. Extremely desirable President Lincoln cover!  

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