[LINCOLNIANA]. A group of Lincoln-related ephemera, including:
Engraved portrait. John Sartrain, engraver, after a photograph. Abraham Lincoln. Pennsylvania: Bradley & Co., 1860. 325 x 265 mm (visible area, matted and framed, unexamined out of frame). -- Engraved portrait. William E. Marshall, engraver. Abraham Lincoln. N.p.: n.p., ca 1866. 535 x 412 mm (visible area matted and framed, unexamined out of frame). -- The New York Herald. Whole no. 10459. Saturday, April 15, 1865. 2 pages, 565 x 425 mm. Framed and glazed (unexamined out of frame). A late souvenir printing, front page with the heading “IMPORTANT. Assasination of President Lincoln. The President Shot at the Theater Last Evening.” -- Evening Star. Vol. XXV, No. 8786. Washington, D.C. Thursday, April 20, 1865. 4 pages (separations along folds with old tape repairs, chipping with losses), 555 x 362 mm. Contemporary account of Lincoln’s funeral. The front page with the heading “THE FUNERAL. A SOLEMN DAY. Impressive Features. THE IMMENSE PROCESSION.” [With:] Lincoln centennial medal by B.L. Pratt, 1909; Lincoln half dollar, 1918. Also with a commemorative medal, a bronze plaque, and two pairs of bronze Lincoln bookends.
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