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Full text of "The unequalled collection of engraved portraits belonging to Hon. James T. Mitchell ... embracing the lord chancellors and chief justices of Great Britain, eminent English lawyers, kings and queens of Great Britain, English princes and princesses, and members of royal families, mostly engraved in mezzotinto, to be sold ... February 26 ... and ... February 27, 1908 .."

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CATALOGUE No. 944 



PART V 



THE 



UNEQUALLED COLLECTION 

OF 

ENGRAVED PORTRAITS 

BELONGING TO 

HON. JAMES T. MITCHELL 

Chief Juitice of Penniylvania 



Portraits of 

Benjamin Franklin, 
Samuel Adams, 
Jobn Hancock, 
Henry Lanrens, 
Daniel Webster, 
Henry Clay, 
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Portraits of 

Chief Justices 

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Attorneys-General 

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United States, 

Statesmen, 

Judges, Lawyers 

and Others 



At the Book Auction Room* of 

DAVIS & HARVEY 

1112 Walnut St, Philadelphia, Pa. 






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Catalogue No. 944 



Part V 



THE UNEQUALLED COLLECTION 

OF 

ENGRAVED PORTRAITS 

BELONGING TO ^ (J 

HON. JAMES T. MITCHELL, 

CHIEF JUSTICE OF PENNSYLVANIA 
EMBRACING 

STATESMEN OF THE COLONIAL, 
REVOLUTIONARY AND PRESENT TIME 

INCLUDING 

THE EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF PORTRAITS OF BENJAMIN 

FRANKLIN, SAMUEL ADAMS, JOHN HANCOCK, 

HENRY LAURENS, HENRY CLAY, 

AND DANIEL WEBSTER 

ALSO 

CHIEF AND ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF 
THE UNITED STATES, ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF 
THE UNITED STATES, JUDGES, LAW- 
YERS, ETC., ETC. 

TO BE SOLD 

Thursday and Friday, Dec. 5 and 6, 1907, commencing in the morning 
at 10.30 o'clock, and the afternoon at 2.30 o'clock each day. 

, Orde* -p? .SaJ-E< .' 
First sitting ...„,;.,._. ....y. . .'i'.'.^..'.] ■.■..;.'•, .Nos. I to 400 

Second sitting .... ,,,.,. ,.,,... ...,.., Nos. 401 to 800 

Third sitting .j:'.j. \'-,'.', ; . .'.",_., Nos. 801 to 1200 

Fourth sitting ... ,.°.,.,!,lu'I^ .^.,. J*,.-,. /... .Nos. 1201 to end 



Catalogue compiled and Sale 

conducted by 

STAN. V. HENKELS. 



At the Book Auction Rooms of 

DAVIS & HARVEY, 
iiz Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



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ASTOR. LENOX AND 

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REMARKS 



This catalogue represents the fifth part of the extensive collection of En- 
graved Portraits gathered by the Hon. James T. Mitchell; Chief Justice of 
Pennsylvania, and includes American Statesmen from Colonial times to the 
present day, and, of course, embraces his extraordinary collection of Portraits 
of Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Henry Laurens, Alex. Hamilton, Henry 
Clay, and Daniel Webster, and his extensive and important collection 
of Portraits of Benj. Franklin, which is probably the most important we have 
ever sold. Among these will be found many rare mezzotinto engravings, 
as well as in line and stipple. Of a few of these we have made facsimiles, 
for the purpose of giving an idea of the importance of the collection as a whole. 
Special mention should also be made of the original Portraits in sepia by Col. 
John Trumbull, which were purchased by the Chief Justice at the Trumbull 
sale made by me in 1896, as also of the original sets as issued of the Portraits 
after Du Simitiere by Reading, B. B. E., and Prevost, and the original India 
ink Portraits by Rosenthal, from which he made his etchings for illustrating 
the Washington Inaugural Centennial. There is also a full set of the H. B. 
Hall private club portraits and many special limited etchings. 

After the statesmen, are included the Chief Justices of the United States, the 
Attorneys-General of the United States, and American Judges and Lawyers, 
embracing the large collection of Portraits of John Jay and Chief Justice 
Marshall ; of the latter there is an interesting full-length profile portrait in wax 
by Patience Wright. Unfortunately, of the legal lights of our country, there 
were few portraits engraved by the masters of the burin of an early date, 
but those that could be had will be found herein. There are, however, many 
fine mezzotints and etchings by the most noted artists of ovir own days, mostly 
signed and limited proofs, and many are such as are sought after for framing. 

There are also many fine specimens of engraving on stone by Newsam, 
Fenderich, and D'Avignon, engravers whose skUl in their art has never been 
surpassed; and many interesting campaign portraits illustrating the political 
history of the country, embracing the old-time colored lithographs which we 
used to see in our boyhood ^iays, 4ef,or,iting th'tiyaUs of our country hostelries. 

Not only should the c^oljcx^tiori us a Vi-holc' Sttrtict the attention of collectors, 
but it should interest in the; tiglft^st. degree the collector and connoisseur of 
engravings, as many of the portraits air© bf great artistic merit, and represent 
the best work of the most nbtec' ftireiguaiid Ajnerican engravers. 

St.\n. V. Henkels. 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Reading series of portraits i 

B. B. E. series of portraits i 

Prevost series of portraits 2 

Original drawings by Jno. Trumbull 4 

Rosenthal's original drawings of Portraits for the Washington Inaugural Centennial 5 

Vignette portraits of the Bureau of Engraving 7 

Private dub portraits etched by H. B. Hall 7 

" by Rosenthal 8 

Portraits of Members of the Continental Congress 9 

American Statesmen 11-116 

Samuel Adams 11 

Aaron Burr 18 

John C. Calhoun 18 

Chas. Carroll of CarroUton 20 

Henry Clay 21 

DeWitt CUnton 25 

Edward Everett 31 

Benjamin Franklin 33~69 

C. W. Peale type 33 

Vanloo type 33 

B. Wilson type 34 

Chamberlin type 34 

Martin type 37 

Touron type 3g 

Houdon type 39 

Duplessis type with plain collar 43 

" type with fur collar 47 

Bonneville type 53 

Elmer type 55 

Cochin type 55 

Nini type 63 

Versailles type 64 

Matteson type 64 

Catlin type 65 

Fragonard type 65 

Gainsborough type 65 

DeCarmontelle type 65 

Unknown type 65 

Alexander Hamilton 72 

John Hancock 76 

Henry Laurens 82 

Chas. Cotesworth Pinckney 88 

John Randolph of Roanoke 89 

Daniel Webster 97 

Portraits Engraved by Newsam 107 

" " " Fenderich no 

" " " D'Avignon 113 

Supreme Court of the United States 116— 127 

John Jay 118 

John Marshall 121 

Attorneys-General of the U. S 127-130 

American Jurists and Lawyers 130-134 



PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. 



THE READING SERIES OF PORTRAITS. 
THIRTEEN PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN LEGISLATORS, PA- 

triots and Soldiers who Distinguished themselves in Rendering their 
Country Independent; 

viz. 

1 General Washinglon. 8 W. H. Drayton. 

2 General Baron de Steuben. g Henry Laurens. 

3 Silas Deane. lo Charles Thomson. 

4 General Reed. ii S. Huntingdon. 

5 Gouverneur Morris. 12 /. Dickinson. 

6 General Gates. 13 General Arnold. 

7 John Jay. 

Drawn from the life by Du Simitiere, Painter and Member of the 
Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, and Engraved by Mr. B. Reading. 
4to. Original Boards. 

London. Pubhshed by W. Richardson, No. 174 Strand. Price 
Fifteen Shillings. 

A Fine and unusually clear set 0} this very rare series 0} Portraits 
as issued. Published May 10, i^8j. These portraits are so beaiitijully 
engraved that many were used jar jraming and extra illustrating. Con- 
sequently it is almost impossible to get a complete set like this nowadays.' 

THE B. B. E. SERIES OF PORTRAITS. 

PORTRAITS OF THE GENERALS, MINISTERS, MAGISTRATES, 
Members of Congress, and Others, Who have rendered themselves Illus- 
trious in the Revolution of the United States of North America, Drawn 
from the Life by M. Dusimitiere, Painter, and Member of the Philo- 
sophical Society of Philadelphia, and engraved by the most Eminent 
Artists in London; a series of 12 Superb Stipple Portraits, profiles, ovals 
in rectangles, beautifully engraved by B.B.E. 4to. Original Lettered 
paper covers, uncut. London, Published by R. Wilkinson, No. 58, 
Cornhill, and J. Debrett, opposite Burlington-house, Piccadilly, 1783. 

A beautiful clean set in the original covers oj this now very rare 
series oj Portraits, containing that oj Gen'l Washington, Henry Laurens, 
John Jay, S. Huntingdon, Chas. Thomson, Jno Dickinson, Silas Deane, 
Gen'l Jos. Reed, Gouverneur Morris, Maj. Gen'l Baron Steuben, W. H. 
Drayton, and Alaj. Gen'l Horatio Gates. Like the preceding lot and jor 
the same reasons it is almost impossible to obtain a complete set like this, as 
issued. 

I I 



THE PREVOST SERIES OF PORTRAITS. 

3 PORTRAITS DES GENERAUX, MINISTRES ET MAGISTRATS. 
Qui se sont rendu celebres dans la Revolution des Treize Etats-Unis 
de I'Amerique Septentrionale, Dessines d'apres Nature Par M. Du- 
simitier, Peintre & I'un des Curateurs de la Societe Philosophique de 
Philadelphie. Et graves a Paris Par M. Prevost, de I'Academie Im- 
periale & Royale de Vienna. Illustrated with 12 Beautiful Portraits 
(and one other inserted). With the original very rare subscription list 
4to uncut. A Paris, Avec Privelege du Roi 1 78 1 . 

S^Oj the greatest Rarity, as clean as day oj issue, and all Proofs before 
the title. Containing Portraits of Gen'l Washington, Baron de Steuben, 
John Jay, Henry Laurens, Chas. Thomson, General Gates, Gouverneur 
Morris, Saml. Huntingdon, Silas Deane, W. H. Drayton, Jno. Dickinson, 
General Reed. This set does not contain the portrait oj GenH Arnold 
which is tnenlioned as N'o. 7 on the Subscription list, but has the portrait oj 
Gouverneur Morris substituted for it, on account oj Arnold's Treason. 
The Portrait oj Arnold has been inserted, however. It is very probable 
another set like this could not be obtained. It also contains Godejroy's 
Engraving oj the First Assemblage oj the Continental Congress. 

4 GEN'L WASHINGTON. Evidently from the same plate as that in the 
preceeding lot, but a Proof before the lines in the Circular frame around 
the portrait and before the lines or title on the base and with the addition 
of oak leaves over the top, and the word "Libertas " in the upper part of the 
circular frame, with a ruled background before it was made to imitate 
marble. Not known to Baker or Hart. Probably unique in this state. 

5 LE GENERAL BARON DE STEUBEN. FuU bust in Uniform in 
Profile to left. Circular Medallion, suspended by a ring over a base. 
Drawn from the life by Du Simitier in Philadelphia. Engraved by B. L. 
Prevost, at Paris. Line. Prooj hejore the title. 

6 LE GENERAL GATES. Full bust, head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion suspended by a ring, over a base. Drawn from the life by 
Du Simitier in Philadelphie, Engraved by B. L. Prevost at Paris. Line. 
Prooj bcjore the Title. 

7 THE SAMlv Prooj on India paper bcjore all letters. 

8 LE GENERAL ARNOLD ddserte de r.\rmes des Etats-Unis le 3, 
Octobre, 1780. Full bust, head in profile to left. Circular medallion 
suspended by a ring over a base. Drawn from the life by Du Simitier in 
Philadeljjhia. Engraved by B. L. Prevost at Paris. Line, full margin. 

9 ANOTHER COPY. 



10 S. HUNTINGDON. Full bust, head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion suspended by a ring, over a base. Drawn from the life by Du 
Simitier in Philadelphia. Engraved by B. L. Prevost, at Paris. Line. 
Proof before the title. 

11 SILAS DEANE. Full bust, head in profile to left. Circular medallion 
suspended by a ring over a base. Drawn from the life by Du Simitier 
in Philadelphia. Engraved by B. L. Prevost, at Paris. Line. Proof 
before the title. 

12 ANOTHER COPY. 

13 " " Trial Proof, very rare. 

14 " " Lettered impression. 

15 W. H. DRAYTON. FuU bust, head in profile to left. Circular medal- 
lion suspended by a ring over a base. Drawn from the life by Du Simitier 
in Philadelphia. Engraved by B. L. Prevost at Paris. Line. Proof 
before the title, with full margin. 

16 ANOTHER COPY, inlaid. 

17 " " Lettered impression, 
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19 GENERAL BARON DE STEUBEN. FuU bust in uniform, head in 
profile to left. Oval. Stipple. Drawn from the Life by Du Simetiere 
in Philadelphia. B. Reading, Sculpt. Open letter proof. 

20 HENRY LAURENS JUN? formerly President of the Congress. Full 
bust, head in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. Drawn from the Life by 
Du Simetiere in Philadelphia. B. Reading Sculpt. 

21 THE SAME. Open letter proof before the publisher's address. 

22 S. HUNTINGDON. President of the Congress. Full bust, head in 
profile to right. Oval. Stipple. Drawn from the Life by Du Simetiere 
in Philadelphia. B. Reading, Sc< Publish'd May io"i 1783 by W™ 
Richardson 174 Strand. 

23 W. H. DRAYTON, Member of the Congress. FuO bust, head in profile 
to right. Oval. Stipple. Drawn from the Life by Du Simetiere, in 
Philadelphia. B. Reading Sc' Publish'd May lot^ 1783 by W™ 
Richardson 1 74 Strand. 



24 SILAS DEANE ESQ? Commissioner from Congress in France. W. H. 
Drayton Esq"; Member of Congress, Major General Gates : His ExceUency 
S. Huntingdon, President of Congress, His Excellency Henry Laurens 
President of Congress, and Major General Baron Steuben. All full busts, 
heads in profile to left. Ovals in rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by 
B. B. E. Pub"! May 151^, 1783, by R. Wilkinson, N" 58 Cornhill, 
London. All Proofs on India paper (except one). 6 pieces. 

25 W. H. DRAYTON, Member of Congress. (Lettered J. Dickinson 
Esq^ etc.) Full bust, head in profile to left. Oval in a rectangle. 
Stipple. B. B. E. Prooj with the etched title. 

26 ANOTHER COPY, with the name J. Dickinson erased. 

27 ANOTHER COPY, Lettered " W. H. Drayton" printed in red. 

28 SAME. HUNTINGTON. Full bust, head in profile to left. Oval 
in a rectangle. Stipple. B. B. E. Prooj before the title, reprint. 



ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY COL. JOHN TRUMBULL PURCHASED. 

BY HON. JAS. T. MITCHELL AT THE SALE OF THE 

TRUMBULL COLLECTION DEC. 17, 1896. 

29 PORTRAIT OF MAJOR GENERAL NATHANAEL GREENE. 
Head only, to the right. Beautifully drawn from life, in pencil. Size 
I 8-16 X I 4-16 on cardboard Size 4 12-16 X 3. 

30 PORTRAIT OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL GLOVER. Bust, head 
to left. Beautifully drawn from life, in pencil. Endorsed " B. Gen. 
Glover, MarbleheadNov. ij, 1794." Size 3 8-16 X 3 4-16 on cardboard 
size 5X4- 

31 PORTRAIT OF GENERAL HUGH MERCER. Head only, to 
right. Beautifully drawn in pencil, size i 12-16 X i 10-16; on card- 
board, size 4 12-16 X 3. 

This sketch was made jrom General Hugh Afercer's son, who was 
recognized by his contemporaries to be very like his father. 

32 PORTRAIT OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL WHITE, who com- 
manded the horse at the surrender at Yorktown. Bust, head to right, 
beautifully drawn in pencil, size 2 4-16X1 8-16; cardboard, size 5X 
3 2-16. 

33 PORTRAIT OF COLONEL JOHN EAGER HOWARD. Bust, 
head to left. Beautifully drawn in pencil. Endorsed, "Col. Howard, 
Philada, 3d May." Size 2 10-16X2; on cardboard, size 5X3. 

34 PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM ELLERY. Bust, head to left. Drawn 
in pencil from life. Endorsed, " H'" Ellery, Newport, jo April, lygi." 
Size 2 X I 14-16; size of cardboard, 5 X3 1-16. 



35 PORTRAIT OF JOHN HANCOCK. Bust, in profile to left. Drawn 
from life, in pencil. Endorsed, "Governor Hancock, Boston. Nov. 
25, i^go." Size 2 12-16X2 8-16; on cardboard, size 4 14-16X3 
12-16. 

36 PORTRAIT OF SAMUEL CHASE. Full bust, head to right. Beauti- 
fully drawn from life, in pencil. Endorsed on the back, "Sam'l Chase, 
Maryland." Size 3 4-16X2 2-16; on cardboard, size 4X3 2-16. 

37 PORTRAIT OF GEORGE W'YTHE. Bust, head to right. Drawn 
from life, in pencil. Endorsed on the back, "Geo. Wythe, 25"' April, 
'gi, Williamsburg." Size, 2 6-16X1 12-16; size of cardboard, 3 2-16X 
2 14-16. 

This portrait is three-quarter face, and the fullest knotm of the sub- 
ject, the only other portrait being in strict profile. 

38 PORTRAIT OF JOSEPH TRUMBULL, Quartermaster-General of 
the Revolutionary Army. Half length, head slightly to right. Beauti- 
fully rendered in India-ink wash. Endorsed on the back, "Jos Trum- 
ball Esq. Obt. June lyjS J . Trumball, memoritor July, 1782." Size 
414-16X3 13-16. See full-size facsimile. 

All the above Ten portraits were draimt by Col. John Trumbull, Aide 
to Gen'l Washington, for incorporating in his various great historical 
paintings. They all came from the Trumbull Collection, which was in- 
herited by the Silliman family direct from the Artist, and which was sold 
by me in i8g6. 



ROSENTHAL'S ORIGINAL DRAWINGS IN INDLA. INK OF POR- 
TRAITS ENGRAVED FOR THE WASHINGTON 
INAUGURAL CENTENNIAL. 

39 WASHINGTON'S INAUGURAL CENTENNIAL. A series of 
Forty-four original drawings by Max and Albert Rosenthal, from which 
the Engravings were made for illustrating the work. Beautifully drawn 
in India-ink wash on Wtatman paper. Size 15 4-16X11 10-16. Con- 
taining Portraits of: 44 pieces. 

1 Ralph Izard. 

2 Lambert Cadwalader, after Thos. Sully. 

3 Frederick S. Muhlenburg. 

4 W"^ Jackson, from a painting in the Historical Society of Penna. 

5 Joshua Seney. 

6 Colonel Jeremiah Wadsworth. 

7 John Vining of Delaware. 

8 Jonathan Trumbull. 

9 Thomas Tudor Tucker, after St. Memin. 



10 Charles Thomson, after C. W. Peale. 

11 Caleb Strong, jrom a painting in the Massachusetts Historical Society. 

12 Peter Silvester, jrom a painting in the State Library at Albany, N. Y. 

13 John Sevier. 

14 Geo. Read, after Pine. 

1 5 John Page. 

16 Thomas. Nelson, Jr., jrom a painting in Independence Hall. 

17 James Monroe, ajter Vanderlyn. 

18 James Madison, ajter Inman. 

19 W"" Maclay. 

20 Sam'l Livermore. 

21 Col. John Laiirance, ajter Sharpless. 

22 James Jackson, ajter St. Memin. 

23 Richard Henry Lee. 

24 Benjamin Contee. 

25 George Clynier, ajter C. W. Peale. 

26 Daniel Carroll. 

27 Chas. Carroll oj Carrollton, ajter Harding. 

28 .Aedcinus Burke. •, 

29 John Brown, ajter Sharpless. 

30 Major Pierce Butler. 

31 Elias Boudinot. 

32 Col. Theodoric Bland, ajter St. Memin. 

33 Rich'd Bassett, ajter St. Memin. 

34 Abraham Baldwin, ajter J. B. Forrest. 

35 John B. Ashe. 

36 Benj. Hawkins. 

37 Nicholas Gil man. 

38 Governor Giles. 

39 Abiel Fisher. 

40 IV"' Few. 

41 Oliver Ellsworth. 

42 Gen'l Philemon Dickinson, ajter Trumbull. 

43 Tristam Dal ton. 

44 Roger Sherman. 

40 WASHINGTON INAUGURAL CENTENNIAL. A Series of Por- 
traits in facsimile of the above portraits. 4to. 43 pieces. 

41 PORTRAITS OF AARON BURR, Geo. Clymer, Col. Jno. Laurance, 
Isaac Low, and Rich'd Dobbs Spaight after drawings by Albert Rosenthal. 

5 pieces. 



UNIQUE SET OF VIGNETTE PORTRAITS FROM THE BUREAU 
OF ENGRAVING, WASHINGTON. 

42 AN UNIQUE SET OF VIGNETTE PORTRAITS, Engraved at 
the Bureau of Engraving, Washington. All India Proofs, on paper, 
size 14X10 1-2, containing Portraits of American Naval and Military 
Officers, Cabinet Officers, Statesmen, Noted Authors, etc. 105 pieces. 
It would be hard to duplicate this beautiful series 0} portraits, as the 
Government no longer sells them. They were collected by Chief Justice 
Mitchell after a great deal of trouble and expense, and are as clean as the 
day of issue. 



PRIVATE PLATES. ETCHED BY H. B. HALL. 

43 PORTRAITS OF THE SIGNERS OF THE DECL.\RATION OF 
INDEPENDENCE. Private plates. Etched by J. B. Hall. India 
proofs, fuU margins, 23 pieces, containing: 



Josiah Bartlett. 
William Ellery. 
Lyman Hall. 
John Hart. 
Stephen Hopkins. 
Francis Lightfoot Lee. 
Thos. Nelson, Jr. 
Caesar Rodney. 
Richard Stockton. 
Matthew Thornton. 
Willia m Whipple. 
Oliver Wolcott. 

These plates were all executed for a private club of gentlemen, and after 
a very few impressions were struck off the plates were destroyed. The 
above lot are all India paper proofs except that of Rich'd Stockton, which 
is a plain proof. 

44 EMINENT AMERICANS. Private plate Portraits. Etched by H. B. 
Hall. India proofs, mostly full margins, 18 pieces, containing: 



Carter Braxton. 
Button Gwinnett. 
Benjamin Harrison. 
William Few. 
Abraham Clark. 
Lewis Morris. 
John Penn. 
Edward Rutledge. 
George Taylor. 
Geo. Walton. 
William Williams. 



Col. Jno. Banister. 

Samuel Dexter. 

James Diiane. 

Gen. Chrs. Gadsden. 

Alex. Hamilton. 

Col. Lambert Cadwalader. 

Edmund Pendleton. 

Egbert Benson. 

Josiah Bartlett. 



Gen. Geo. Clinton. 
Wm. Henry Drayton. 
Wm. Few. 
Albert Gallatin. 
Dr. John Hanson. 
Arthur Lee. 
James Rivitigton. 
Richard Varick. 
Edw'd Rutledge. 



Of the same series of club portraits as the preceding lot. 



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45 Wm. H. Drayton. Etched by H. B. Hall. Prooj before 

all letters on India paper. Hall's own proof. 

46 Tobias Lear. Etched by H. B. Hall. Prooj before all 

letters, on India paper. 

47 George Clinton. Etched by H. B. Hall. Proof before all 

letters on India paper. 

48 The Same. Lettered impression. 2 copies. 

49 DeWitt Clinton. Etched by H. B. Hall. Proof before 

letters, on India paper. 

50 James Duane. Etched By H. B. Hall. India proof. 

51  Wm. Chittenden, Governor of Vermont. Etched by 

H. B. HaU. 

PRIVATE CLUB PORTRAITS. LITHOGRAPHS BY ROSENTHAL. 

52 A SERIES OF PORTRAITS OF EMINENT AMERICANS, mostly of 
the period of the Revolution, drawn on stone by Max Rosenthal. 48 pieces, 
containing: 

John Alsop. James Barbour. 

Rich'd Bassetl. Col. Theodoric Bland. 

Joseph Bloomfield. Baron de Bottctourt. 

Thomas Cashing. Francis Dana. 

Jonathan Dayton. Samuel Dexter. 

Robert Dinwiddle. Earl Dunmore. 

William Ellery. John Lewis Gervais. 

Nicholas Oilman. Chauncey Goodrich. 

Nathaniel Gorham. Alexander Contee Hanson. 

Benj. Harrison. William Henry. 

John Sloss Hobart. Wm. Hooper. 

Stephen Hopkins. J. Ingersoll. 

Abraham Clark. James Kinsey. 

John Langdon. Richard Law. 

Michael Leib, M.D. Samuel Livermore. 

James McHenry. Jer. Mason. 

Thos. Nelson, Jr. John Page. 

Maj. Jno. Patten. Horatio Sliarpe. 

Robert Smith. Sam'l L. Southard. 

Edward Tilghman. Matthew Tilghman. 

Thos. Tudor Tucker. J ere Wadsworth. 

Geo. Walton. David Watts. 

Wm. Whipple. John Wickham. 

Henry Wynkoop. St. George Tucker. 

B&'The above series were executed by Max Rosenthal for a private 
club of gentlemen. Many of the portraits are the only ones obtainable of 
the personages represented, and not a feiv are on India paper. Only a very 
limited number were printed, and the portrait erased from the stone. 

53 James Barbour, Joseph Bloomfield, Robert Smith, John 

Wickham, Geo. Walton, and Matthew Tilghman. 6 pieces. 



ROSENTHAL'S ETCHED PORTRAITS OF MEMBERS OF THE 
CONTmENTAL CONGRESS. 

54 A SERIES OF PORTRAITS OF MEMBERS OF THE CON- 
TINENTAL CONGRESS, etched by Albert Rosenthal. Proofs on 
India paper, full margins, 36 pieces, containing: 



John Armstrong. 
Joseph Clay. 
Nathan Dane. 
Pierpont Edwards. 
William Fitzhugh. 
Elbridge Gerry. 
Samuel Hardy. 
Daniel Huger. 
Francis Kinloch. 
John Lansing, Jr. 
Ezra L'Hommedieu. 
Henry Middleton. 
Isaac Matte. 
Samuel A. Otis. 
Richard Potts. 
William Sm.ith. 
Littleton W. Tazewell. 
Joseph Trumbull. 



Carter Braxton. 

Leut.-Col. Edwd. Carrington. 

William Diier. 

Nicholas Eveleigh. 

Leonard Gansevoort. 

Cyrus Griffin. 

John Harvie. 

John Keati. 

John Langdoti. 

Richard Henry Lee. 

Walter Livingston. 

Cadwalader Morris. 

Sam'l Osgood. 

Chas. Pinckney. 

Joshua Seney. 

Col. Chas. Stewart. 

Geo. Thacher. 

Abraham Yates, Jr. 



55 



20 pieces, India proofs, containing portraits of: 



John Armstrong. 

Lieut. -Col. Edward Carrington. 

Nathan Dane. 

Pierpont Edwards. 

Wm. Fitzhugh. 

Cyrus Griffin. 

Francis Kinloch. 

Walter Livingston. 

Richard Potts. 

Geo. Thacher. 



Carter Braxton. 
Joseph Clay. 
Wm. Duer. 
Nicholas Eveleigh. 
Elbridge Gerry. 
Daniel Huger. 
Ezra L'Hommedieu. 
Henry Middleton. 
Wm. Smith. 
Abraham Yates, Jr. 



56 



8 pieces, India proof, containing Portraits of Lieut. -Col. 

Edward Carrington, Joseph Clay, Nathan Dane, Nicholas Eveleigh, 
Richard Potts, Wm. Smith, Geo. Thacher, and Abraham Yates, Jr. 

57 PORTRAITS OF EMINENT AMERICANS. Etched by Albert 
Rosenthal, viz., Langdon Cheves, Patrick Gordon, Governor of Penna., 
Jonathan Trumbull, aide to Washington, Robert R. Porter, and Willard 
Hall. India Proofs. 5 pieces. 

58 HENRY MIDDLETON. Etched by Max Rosenthal. Rejected plate. 
India Proof. 



59 COL. ALEX. MARTIN. Etched by Albert Rosenthal. Artist's 
proof, signed. 

Only 20 impressions taken from the plate. 

60 LANGDON CHEVES. Etched by Albert Rosenthal. India prooj. 
2 copies. 

61 PORTRAITS OF EMINENT AMERICANS from Paintings by 
Stuart, Trumbull, and others. Reproductions, viz., Wm. Floyd, John 
Steele, Henry R. Storrs, Wm. S. Johnson, Sam'l Johnston, Rufus King, 
John Langdon, Sam'l Osgood, Wm. Smith, and Benjamin Huntington. 
4to. 10 pieces. 

62 GEO. W\'THE. Etched by Albert Rosenthal from an Original draw- 
ing by Jno. Trumbull. Artist's proof, signed. 

63 PORTRAITS. Vignettes. Engraved at the Bureau of Engraving, 
Washington, mostly of Statesmen of the latter part of the 19th Century, 
containing 61 Beautiful proofs on India paper. Small 4to. No dupli- 
cates. 61 pieces. 

Now very scarce, as the government does not sell them any more. 

64 Wm. A. Richardson, Thos. A. Hendricks, Chas. T. Fair- 
child, and Jno. A. Andrew. All India Proofs before letters. 4to. 4 pieces. 
Proofs from the J. A. O'Neill Collection, Superintendent of the Bureau 
of Engraving at Washington. 

65 Portraits of Eminent Americans. Mostly all proofs on 

India paper. 15 pieces. 

66 PORTRAITS OF PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Tichenor's reproductions from celebrated paintings. 4to. 24 pieces. 

67 THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Engraved at the 
Bureau of Engraving, Washington, from Trumbull's Painting. Three 
different Engravings. Proofs. 3 pieces. 

68 THE SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 
Woven in Silk. 

69 THE SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 
Mostly from Trumbull's painting. Engravings, Lithographs, and proc- 
ess prints. All different. 13 pieces. 

70 GROUPS. Portraits of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. 
Engraved by Chas. B. Hall. India Proof before letters. 4to. 

71 GROUPS. Portraits of Eminent Americans, Engravings and Litho- 
graphs. All different. 21 pieces. 



AMERICAN STATESMEN. 
PORTRAITS OF SAMUEL ADAMS. 

72 MR. SAMUEL ADAMS. Three-quarter length, head slightly to right, 
body to left, standing behind and to the right of a table upon which are 
some books and papers, to which the left hand is pointing. In the right 
hand a scroll entitled "Instructions from y Towne of Boston." Mez- 
zotinlo. J. Mitchell Pinxt. Sam'I Okey Fecit. Printed by and for 
Cha? Reak and Sam'. Okey, Newport Rhode-Island. April, 1775. With 
eight lines of verse beneath the portrait. Size 12 5-16X9 12-16. 

Cut close to print on lop and sides. A very good copy of an excessively 
rare print. 

73 THE SAME PORTRAIT. Re-engraved in Mezzotinto by J. Percy 
Sabin. Full size. 

No. II 0} 35 proofs signed by the engraver. 

•J4 THE SAME. Plain impression, with the name of J. Percy Sabin as 
engraver, instead of Sam'I Okey, as on the other. 

75 THE HON'>i<^ SAMUEL ADAMS, Esq^ First Delegate to Congress 
for Massachusetts. Full bust, to right, head to left. Oval with a border 
in a rectangle, over a base. Line and Stipple. J. Norman Sc. Size 
5 13-16X3 8-16. Cut slightly into print on the right. 

From the Boston edition oj the " Impartial History." Very rare. 

76 SAMUEL ADAMS Esq. One of the Delegates from the Province of 
Massachusetts-Bay to the General Continental Congress of North- 
America. Full length, head to left, seated to the left of a table upon 
which the left arm is resting, holding a scroll entitled " Plan of the Reduc- 
tion of Canada." Line. Size 6X4 3-16. 

From the English edition of the "Impartial History." 

77 M? SAMUEL ADAMS. Full bust, head to right. Oval, on either 
side of which is the figure of Liberty and America, etc. Line. P. 
Revere Sept. Size 5 2-16X3 7-16. India Proof. 

From the Print by Paul Revere in the Royal American Magazine, 1774. 

78 SAMUEL AD.AMS. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Line 
and Stipple. Engraved by G. L. Storm from a Drawing by J. B. Long- 
acre after the Portrait by J. S. Copley. Size 4 9-16X3 11-16. Proof 
before all letters, from Longacre's collection, and lettered impression. 

2 pieces. 

79 SAMUEL ADAMS. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Painted by Copley. Engraved by C. Goodman and R. Piggot. Pub- 
lished by Joseph Delaplaine. Size 4 14-16X3 15-16. 



80 (SAMUEL ADAMS) Three-quarter length, head to right, standing to 
the right and back of a table. Rectangle. Line and Stipple. Painted 
by J. S. Copley. Eng^ by H. B. Hall. Size 4 10-16X3 10-16. India 
proof. 

81 HIS EXCELLENCY SAMUEL ADAMS ESQ'' L. L. D. and A. A. S. 
Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts 1794 to 1797. Three-quarter length, seated, head to 
right. Rectangle. Line and Stipple. Painted by Johnston. Eng? 
by H. B. Hall. Size 4 1 1-16X3 10-16. India Proof, two different 
States. 2 pieces. 

82 SAMUEL ADAMS ESQ. Full bust, head slightly to right. Oval. 
Stipple. S. Harris Sc. Size 2 15-16X 2 6-16. Rare. 

83 S. ADAMS, ESQ. Governor of Massachusetts, 1795. Bust, head 
slightly to left. Mezzolinto. Size 3 15-16X3 4-16. 

Very rare. Slightly stained. 

84 SAMUEL ADAMS. Three-quarter length, head to right, standing 
to the right and back of a table. Photogravure from the painting by 
J. S. Copley in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Size 12 8-16X9 12-16. 

85 PORTRAITS OF SAMUEL ADAMS. Engraved by Longacre, 
Illman and Pilbrow, Willard, and others. All different. 13 pieces. 



86 CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. Full length, seated, head to left. 
Rectangle. Line and Stipple. Size 7 4-16X5 7-16. Proof before all 
letters. 

87 CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Line and Stipple. F. T. Stuart, Boston, Size 4 8-16X3 12-16. India 
proof. 

88 CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. Three-quarter length, seated, head 
to left. Vignette. Line and Stipple. Size 5 6-16X4 6-16. Proof. 

89 HON. CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette in a background ruled to a rectangle. Line and Stipple. En- 
graved for the Eclectic by Ferine and Giles, N. Y. Size 6 1 2-16X4 11-16. 

90 JAMES ALEXANDER. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Chas. B.Hall, N.Y. Size3 10-16X3 4-16. Proof. 

91 FISHER AMES ESQ? Half length, seated, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Painted by Stuart. Engraved by Boyd. Published by Joseph 
Delaplaine. Size 3 13-16X3 15-16. 

92 FISHER AMES. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. Edwin, sc. 
Size 3 9-16X2 11-16. 



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93 FISHER AMES. Half length, seated, head to left, a book in the left 
hand, rectangle. Stipple. G. Stuart Pinx. D. Edwin, Sculp. Size 
4 10-16X3 12-16. 

94 ANOTHER COPY. Later impression with variations. 

95 FISHER AMES. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. J. 
Rogers, sc. Size 4 14-16X4 10-16. 

96 FISHER AilES. Portraits Engraved by Leney, Kelly, Prud'homme and 
others. All different. 5 pieces. 

97 SIR EDMUND ANDROS KNT. Half length in armor, nearly full face. 
Rectangle. Stipple. (Engraved for the Prince Society of Boston.) 
Size 4 14-16X4. India proof before letters. 

98 E. ANDROS. Full bust in armor, head to right. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Size 46-16X46-16. Proof and lettered impression. Private 
plate. 2 pieces. 

99 GENERAL JOHN ARMSTRONG. Minister Plenipotentiary of the 
United States. Full bust in uniform, in profile to left. Oval with border 
of one line. Stipple. Vanderlyn del. Coqueret sculp. Size 8X6 7-16. 

Excessively rare. 

100 JOHN ARMSTRONG. FuU bust, nearly fuU face. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Size 2 7-16X2. Private plate. 

101 THEOPHYLACT BACHE. Full bust, in profile to right. Oval. 
Line and Stipple. Eng'? by G. R. Hall from the Picture in Possession 
of the Chamber of Commerce, N. Y. Size 4 3-16X3 2-16. Proof before 
all letters, and lettered impression. 2 pieces. 

102 ABRAHAM BALDWIN. Half length, seated, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Forrest from a drawing by E. G. Leutze 
after an original sketch by R. Fulton. Size 4 7-16X3 7-16. Proof from 
the Armstrong Collection. 

103 GEORGE CALVERT. The First Lord Baltimore. Half length, head 
to left. Rectangle. Line. J. Caldwell sculpt From the Original 
Picture at Gorhambury. Published May 1811. Size 6X4 8-16. 

104 GEORGE CALVERT, LORD BALTIMORE. Full bust, head to 
left. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. E. Bocquet sc. Pub^ May 20, 
1806. Size 4 10-16X3 14-16. 

105 EFFIGIES ILLUSTRISSIMI DNI COECILII CALVERT, BARONI 
Baltimore &9 Three-quarter length, standing, head to left, left hand resting 
on a table to the right. Rectangle. Line. Abra. Blotling sculp. Size 
9X6 12-16. Rare. 



14 

io6 WILLIAM T. BARRY. Post Master General. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. Drawn from life, and Engraved by James B. 
Longacre. (Copyrighted 1833.) Size 7X7 4-16. Open letter proof. 

107 JOSIAH BARTLETT. ' Full bust, head to right, rectangle. Mixed. 
From a Painting by Trumbull. Size 3 12-16X2 15-16. India Proof 
and Lettered Proof. 2 pieces. 

108 RICHARD BASSETT. (Signer of the Constitution.) Full bust, in 
profile to left. Circular. Mezzotinto. Drawn and Engr'^ by St Memin, 
Philad. Diameter 2 4-16. 

109 JAMES A. BAYARD. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by Wellmore from an original painting by Wertmuller. Size 
4X3 5-16. Proof before all letters, from Armstrong's Collection, and 
Lettered impression. 2 pieces. 

no JAMES A. BAYARD. Full bust in profile to right. Circular. Mezzo- 
tinto. Drawn and engr** by St. Memin. Philadel? Diameter 2 4-16. 
Reprint. 

111 FRANCIS BAYLIES. (Member of Congress from Mass. 1821.) 
Full length, seated in a Chair, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Size 
6 1 2-16X5 8-16. Rare. 

112 HIS EXCELLENCY JONATHAN BELCHER ESQ? Captain 
General and Governor in Chief of His Majesty's Province of Massa- 
chusetts Bay and New Hampshire in New England and Vice Admiral 
of the Same. Three-quarter length, head to right, a scroU in the left 
hand, in the right distance a vi'ew of Boston. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. 
R. Phillips, Pinx, I. Faber Fecit 1734. (In the Lower margin e.xtending 
into the print is a coat of Arms.) Size 12 6-16X9 12-16. 

Beautiful impression. Very rare. See facsimile. 

113 JON* BELCHER. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. J. A. 
J. Wilco.x, sc. Size 4 12-16X3 10-16. India Proof. 

114 HON. JOHN BELL OF TENNESSEE. Union Candidate for Presi- 
dent U. S. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Lith. by 
Ch. Inger. Ph» Lith. Duval, Williams & Duval Phil? Size 14 10-16X 14. 

115 AUGUST BELMONT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. W^A. F. Size3 14-16X2 8-16. India Proof. Private plate. 

116 THOMAS H. BENTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a fancy bor- 
der. Vignette beneath the oval. Line and Stipple. From a portrait 
recently painted from Life. (Copyright 1858.) Size 811-16X68-16. 
Proof before letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces. 




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IS 

117 THOMAS H. BENTON. FuU bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engraved by W. G. Armstrong from a drawing by Fendrick. (Copy- 
right 1865.) Size 4 13-16 X3 12-16. Prool before letters on India paper, 
jrom the Armstrong collection, and Lettered impression. 2 pieces. 

118 THOMAS H. BENTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line 
and Stipple. Engd by H. B. HaU, Jr. D. Appleton & Co. Publishers. 
Size s 6-16X4. India Proof. 

119 SIR FRANCIS BERNARD, Governor of Massachusetts. FuU bust, 
head to left. Reproduction. Size 4 15-16X3 14-16. Only five printed. 

120 ERA. BERNARD, Governor of Massachusetts, 1760 to 1769. Full 
bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. From the painting by Copley 
in possession of Christ Church College, Oxford. Copyright by J. H. 
Daniels, Boston. Size 4 10-16X3 9-16. India Proof. 

121 JAMES G. BIRNEY. Half length, seated, head slightly to left. Rec- 
tangle. Line. Painted by E. W. Goodwin. Engraved by V. Balch. 
Entered according to act of Congress in the Clerk's Office of the Southern 
District of New York. Size 12X 10. Open letter proof. 

Anti-Slavery Candidate for President. Very rare, and a beautiful ex- 
ample of line Engraving. 

122 JAMES G. BIRNEY 1792-1857. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Reproduction. Size 4 12-16X4 2-16. 

Only 12 copies printed. 

123 JAMES G. BLAINE. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mi.xed. 
Engraved by J. W. Watts, Boston. Photograph by C. M. Bell. Pub- 
lished by B. B. RusseU, Boston. Size 11 4-16X9 8-16. 

124 JAMES G. BLAINE. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette in a background 
ruled to a rectangle. Line and Stipple. H. B. HaU, Jr. Size 5 8-16X4 
3-16. India Proof. 

125 JAMES G. BLAINE. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Size 4X3 12-16. Proof before letters. 

126 JAMES G. BLAINE. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Photo by N. Sarony. Eng'? by J. C. Buttre N. Y. Size 4 4-16X3 14-16. 
India Proof. 

127 JAMES G. BLAINE. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Photo by S. Bogardus. Engd by J. C. Buttre N. Y. Size 4 6-16X4 
4-16. India Proof. 

128 JAMES G. BLAINE. FuU bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engd by Geo. E. Ferine, New York. Size 5 6-16X3 iS~i6. Trial 
Proof and lettered impression. 2 pieces. 

i28i JAS. G. BLAINE, Engraved Portraits of. AU different. 7 pieces. 



i6 

129 JAS. G. BLAINE. Lithograph Portraits of. AH different. 8 pieces. 

130 " " " Lithograph Portraits on Music composed in honor 
of, during the Campaign. 5 pieces. 

131 JAS. G. BLAINE. Portraits of, various. 10 pieces. 

132 THE GLOBE MAN. After hearing of the vote on the Sub-Treasury 
Bill. Caricature of F. P. Blair. Lithograph. Printed and Published 
by H. B. Robinson, N. Y. Size 3 8-16X2 11-16. 

133 FRANK P. BL.\IR JR Col. of the ist Mo. Light Artillery, Member 
for St. Louis, Mo., of the 37th U. S. Congress, and Chairman of the 
Com'" on Military affairs. Full length, seated, full face, right arm resting 
on a table to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by Ferd'? T. L. 
Boyle, St Louis. Eng'' on steel by John Sartain, Phil? (Cop\Tright 
1862.) Size 21 8-16X 15 4-16. India Prooj. 

134 JOSEPH BLOOMFIELD, ESQ. Governor of New Jersey. Full 
bust in uniform, in profile, to right. Oval. Stipple. Gridley sc Size 
2 11-16 X2 2-16. Very rare. Stained. 

135 THE RIGHT HON¥^ NORBORNE BERKELEY, Baron de Botte- 
tourt, late Governor of Virginia. Full bust, in profile to right. Oval 
with a border in which is the title. Stipple in Red. Done from a Medallion 
of the same size in the possession of John Norton Esq. To the General 
Assembly of Virginia, this Plate is most humbly Inscribed by their obliged 
humble Servant H. Ashby. London Published as the Act directs 21?' 
March, 1774 by H. Ashby, Russell Court, Covent Garden. Size 5 12-16 
X 5. Very rare. Inlaid. 

136 ELIAS BOUDINOT L.L.D. Half length, seated, nearly full face, a 
paper in the left hand. Rectangle. Line. Painted by Waldo and 
Jewett. Engraved by A. B. Durand. Published by E. Huntington, 
Hartford, 1825. (Copyright 1822) Size 126-16 X 9 14-16. Fine 
impression, full margin, deckel edges. 

137 ANOTHER COPY. 

138 HON. JAS. BOWDOIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 
G. Stuart Pinx. J. R. Smith Sculp. Size 2 15-16X26-16. Title cut 
off. Original impression. 

139 THE SAME. Later impression on large paper. 

140 JAMES BOWDOIN, Governor of Massachusetts 1785 to 1787. Full 
bust in profile to right. Oval medallion in a rectangle. Stipple. J. H. 
Daniels Pr. Boston. Size 46-16X3 1-16. India prooj. 

141 WILLIAM BRADFORD ESQ" FuU bust, full face. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Edwin, sc. Size 42-16X34-16. Reprint. 



17 

142 LUTHER BRADISH. Fiill bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 
Bureau of Engraving. Size 3 10-16X2 13-16. Proof before letters. 

143 HON. LUTHER BRADISH. Full length, seated, head to left. Rect- 
angle. Mixed. Engd by Geo. E. Ferine, New York. Size 8 7-16X 
5 7-16. 

144 SIMON BRADSTREET, Governor of Massachusetts 1677 to '86, 1689 
to '92. Half length, full face. Rectangle. Stipple. Engd by H. W. 
Smith from a Painting in the Senate Chamber of the State House, Mass. 
Size 4X3 5-16. India Proof, two states. 2 pieces. 

145 JOHN BRANCH OF NORTH CAROLINA, Secretary of the Navy. 
FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Long- 
acre from a miniature by Anna C. Peale. Size 3 3-16X 2 9-16. 

Longa-cre's own proof. 

146 CARTER BRAXTON. FuU bust, full face. Oval. Process. Painted 
by Albert Rosenthal from a Miniature. Size 9X7 2-16. 

147 MATTHEW R. BRENNAN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Mixed. Photo by C. D. Fredricks & Co. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. 
Size iiX 10. 

148 A. G. BROWN. U. S. Senator from Mississippi. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. L. Grozelier. Photo by McClees, Washn. 
D.C. Publishedby Charles H.Brainard, Boston, 1858. Size 10 8-16X9. 

149 HON. AARON V. BROWN. Postmaster General. Three-quarter 
length, seated, head to right. Vignette. Mezzotinto. A. B. Walker 
eng"? Size 6 3-1 6 X 5. India Proof. 

150 AARON V. BROWN. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
J. W. Dodge. F. Halpin. Size 2 12-16X26-16. India Proof. 

151 JNO. P. BROWN OF OHIO. FuU bust, fuU face. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Dessine sur pierre d'apres nature par. P. C. Van Geel. Size 
68-16XS 14-16. 

152 W. G. BROWNLOW. (Parson Brownlow.) FuU bust, fuU face. Rec- 
tangle. Mezzotinto. lUman and Sons. The Heading to a sheet en- 
titled Parson Brownlow's FareweU Address. Size 4X3 3-16. 

153 W. G. BROWNLOW. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Mixed. 
Engd by J. C. Buttre, New York. Size 5 14-16X5 6-16. Proof before 
letters. 

154 W.G. BROWNLOW. Portraits of, aU different. 6 pieces. 

15s JESSE BULL. Half length, nearly fuU face. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Fred'k Fink. Ths. H. Cushman. Size 4 12-16X3 14-16. India proof. 
2 



iS6 ALEXANDER H. BULLOCK, Governor of Massachusetts 1866. 
Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. J. S. Buflord, lith. 
Boston, Mass. Size 14 2-16X 11 8-16. 

157 TRISTAM BURGES. Half length, seated, head to right. Rectangle. 
Line and Stipple. Engraved by W. F. Fry. Size 5X4. India proof. 

158 WILLIAM BURNET, Governor of Massachusetts 1728 to 1730. Full 
bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. Size 4 2-16X3 3-16. 
India Proof. 

PORTRAITS OF AARON BURR. 

159 AARON BURR. Full bust, in profile to right. Oval in an ornamented 
Rectangle; beneath the oval a view of Richmond Hill. Designed and 
Engraved by Francis S. King. Drawn and Engraved for the Society 
of Iconophiles. Size 8 g-i6X 5 1-16. Only 120 copies Published. 

160 AARON BURR. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. 
Etched and Drawn by Albert Rosenthal from the painting by G. Stuart. 
Size 4 1 1-16X3 io~i6. Artist's Proof, colored and plain. 2 copies. 

i6i A. BURR. Vice-President of the United States. Full bust in profile 
to right. Vignette. Mezzotinto. J. Vanderlyn. J. A. O'Neill. Size 
3 8-16X3 14-16. India Proof. 

162 A. BURR ESQ. Full bust in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. E. 
Gridley sc. 81264X215-16. 

Excessively rare. See facsimile. 

163 AARON BURR. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Pen Drawing. 
Drawn by G. Reynlos, from a Picture by J. Vanderlyn. Size 5 8-1 6 X 5- 

164 A. BURR. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Eng. by 
E. G. Williams & Bro. N. Y. Size 3 12-16X3 4-16. India Proof on 
large paper. 

165 HONi-E A. P. BUTLER. Late Senator from South Carolina. Full 
bust, head to right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by A. B. 
Walker. Publ. by C. Bohn N? 568 Pa. Ave. Washington D. C. Size 
9 12-16X7 8-16. India proof. 

166 GEORGE CABOT. U. S. Senator 1791-1796. Full bust, head to 
left. Rectangle. Etching. Pub. by J. C. Buttre Co. From a Painting 
in the possession of Col. Henry Lee. Size 4X3. India proof. 

PORTRAITS OF JOHN C. CALHOUN. 

167 J. C. CALHOUN. Vice-President. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle 
in a border resemljling a frame. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre 
from an original Painting by C. B. King. Size 6 2-16X4 15-16. Three 
states of the plate. 3 pieces. 




A.Bvim,Esq. 



FACSIMILE OF LOT 162 



19 

i68 JOHN C. CALHOUN, of South Carolina. Vice-President of the 
United States, and President of the Senate. Full bust, head to left. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre, from a Painting 
by C. B. King. Size 3 7-16X3. Prooj. 

169 JOHN CALDWELL CALHOUN. FuU bust, head to right. Rectan- 
gle. Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from a Drawing by J. B. 
Longacre. Size 4 7-16X3 8-16. India Prooj from Longacre's col- 
lection. 

170 J. C. CALHOUN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Size 

3 2-16X2 14-16. Prooj bejore letters. 

171 J. C. CALHOUN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. New 
York, D. Appleton, & Co. Size 5 2-16X4 14-16. Prooj bejore letters 
and lettered Prooj. 2 pieces. 

172 CALHOUN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Size 

4 10-16X3 12-16. 
Rare Italian print. 

173 J. C. CALHOUN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Lith. by A. Fay. Printed by Hofif & Bloede. Size 8 4-16X7 6-16. 
India prooj. 

174 JOHN C. CALHOUN. FuU length, head to left, standing to the left 
of a table, upon which the left hand is resting on some papers. Line 
and Stipple. Painted by T. Hicks. Likeness from a Dag'e by Brady. 
Engraved by A. H. Ritchie. Size 26 8-16X19 12-16. 

175 THE SAME. Cut down. 

176 JOHN C. CALHOUN. Three-quarter length, seated, nearly full face. 
Oval in a rectangle. Lithograph. T. Sinclair's Lith. Chestnut St. 
Phil. Published by H. H. Doty of Philad^ From an Original 
Daguerreotype Likeness taken March 16* 1849. Size 17X13 10-16. 

177 J. C. CALHOUN. Half length, head to left. Oval. Lithograph. F. 
D'Avignon lith. from a Dag. by Brady. Size 11 8-16X9 10-16. India 
prooj. 

178 JOHN C.CALHOUN, Portraits of, all different. 27 pieces. 



179 LEWIS D. CAMPBELL. U. S. Representative from Ohio. Full 
bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. L. Grozelier 1855. Pub- 
lished by H. Brainard, Boston, 1855. Size 11X8 8-16. 



20 



PORTRAITS OF CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. 

i8o CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, head to 
right. Rectangle. Stipple. Drawn and Engraved by J. B. Longacre 
from a Painting by Field. Size 3 13-16X3 2-16. Two states of the 
plate. 2 pieces. 

181 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, full face, 
a column with drapery to the right. Vignette. Stipple. Drawn by 
Hoppner Meyer from an original Painting. Engraved by T. Illman. 
Size 3 10-16X3. 

182 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, full face. 
Rectangle. Line. Painted by Harding. Eng<J by A. B. Durand. 
Size 4 6-16X3 8-i6. Three states of the plate, including India proof. 

3 pieces. 

183 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Half length, full 
face. Rectangle. Line. Engraved by James B. Longacre from a 
Painting by Chester Harding. Size 10X7 12-16. India Proof. 

184 THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

185 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, fuU face. 
Rectangle. Lithograph. Lith. by Endicott & Swett N. Y. Size 
31-16X43-16. Two states. 2 pieces. 

186 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. Stipple {hy'H..B.B.a.]l). Size 4 1-16 X3 9-16. Proof 
before letters. Hall's own proof. 

187 TO CHARLES CARROL OF CARROLLTON. Bust in profile 
to left. Circular. Wood Engraving. Diameter 2. Proof. 

188 CHARLES CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full length, seated in a 
chair, full face, to the left of a table. Lithograph. Copyrighted by 
Endicott & Swett 1832. Size 17 13-16X13 6-16. 



189 LEWIS CASS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Engraved 
for the Democratic Review by J. B. Forrest from a Daguerreotype Minia- 
ture by Anthony, Edwards & Clark. Size 3 6-16X3 7-16. India Proof 
and plain impression. 2 pieces. 

190 LEWIS CASS. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a fancy border, over a 
vignette. Stipple. Engraved by W. J. Edwards from Dag. by Brady. 
Size 4 13-16X3 14-16. India Proof. 

191 LEWIS CASS. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Lithograph. F. 
D' Avignon lith. from Dag. by Brady. Size 11 3-16X9 10-16. India 
Proof. 



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ig2 LEWIS CASS, Portraits of, all different. 17 pieces. 

193 JOSEPH H. CHOATE. FuU bust, full face. Vignette. Stipple. Engd 
by E. G. Williams & Bro. N. Y. Size 4 8-16X3 10-16. IndiaProoj. 

194 COL. BENJAMIN CHURCH. FuU bust, head to right. Oval in a 
fancy border. Line. 812638-16X214-16. India proof. 

195 C. M. CLAY. Half length, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. By 
Hoffy, from a Daguerreotype by Plumbe. Printed by Morgan & 
McGuigan. Size 10 4-16X9 4-16. 

196 CASSIUS M. CLAY. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. On Stone by C. Severin. From a Daguerreotype by Plumbe. 
Size II 4-16X9 2-16. 

PORTRAITS OF HENRY CLAY. 

197 HENRY CLAY JR. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

This lot consists oj three portraits, Two lettered Henry Clay, hiU 
which are really Sir Wni. Jones, both jrom the same plate, one before and the 
other after the hair was altered; with them is a Portrait of Sir Wm. Jones 
Engraved by Evans. 

198 HENRY CLAY. HaU length, seated, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Engraved by T. Illman. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces. 

199 HENRY CLAY OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC. Half length, 
head to right, seated, left arm resting over the back of a chair. Rect- 
angle. Line. From a Portrait by King. Engraved by J. G. Kellogg. 
Size ID 8-16X8 11-16. 

200 H. CLAY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Mezzotinlo. S. S. 
Osgood Pinxt. H. S. Sadd Sculp? London, Published by Ackermann 
& Co. Jan. 7, 1839. Size 8 11-16X7 3-16. Proof before the lettered 
title. 

201 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

202 HENRY CLAY. Half length, bust to left, head to right. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Painted by C. Jarvis. Engraved by A. H. Ritchie. En- 
graved from the original painting by C. Jarvis in the possession of C. 
F. Harris, Esq. Size 8 1-16X6 6-16. 

20:; HENRY CLAY. Half length, seated, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by W. J. Hubard. 
Size 4 8-16X3 9-16. Proof before letters from the Longacre collection 
and Lettered impression. 2 pieces. 



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204 H. CLAY. Half length, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. C. Fen- 
derich del. Fredk. Halpin, Sculp. India Prooj and plain impres- 
sion. 2 pieces. 

205 HENRY CLAY. Half length, seated, head to right. Rectangle. 
Line. Daguerreotype by Root. Engraved by A. Sealey. Size 4 13-16 
X3 11-16. Proof before all letters on India paper, from the Jno. Neagle 
collection. 

206 THE SAME. Three states, open lettered proof, Lettered impression, 
and Trial proof. 3 pieces. 

207 HENRY CLAY. Half length, seated, head to right. Oval. Mezzo- 
tinto. Engraved by Samuel Sartain. (Copyright 1S65.) Size 10 12-16 
X8 4-16. 

208 H. CLAY. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. DagP'' 
by Brady. Eng^ by E. Paul. Size 11 6-16X9 11-16. Proof before 
all letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces. 

209 H. CLAY. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette. Stipple. Eng^ 
by W. G. Jackman from a Daguerreotype by Brady. Size 4 10-16X4- 
India Proof. 

210 HENRY CLAY. Three-quarter length, full face. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. Lithog. Published by Endicott & Swett N. York, from the 
Original pictiu-e by W. J. Hubard. Size 11X8 12-16. 

211 HENRY CLAY. Late speaker of the United States House of Repre- 
sentatives, the Advocate of South American Independence (and several 
lines of Spanish). Three-quarter length, seated, head to right, left arm 
resting over the back of a chair, a table and inkstand to right, a scroll 
entitled "In Congress," etc., in the right hand. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by Charles King. Engraved by Peter Maverick, New York. 
Washington City, Published by Benjamin O. Tyler 1822. Size 3 10-16 
X 10 10-16. 

212 THE SAME. Later impression. 

213 HENRY CLAY. Half length, fuU face. Rectangle. Etching. Jac- 
ques Reich. Published by Charles Barmore, New York 1896. Size 
15X12 14-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

214 HENRY CLAY. Full length, seated in the open, full face, high hat in 
the right hand, cane in the left, dog lying on the ground in the lower 
left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by J. W. Dodge, 1843. Eng^ 
on steel by H. S. Sadd, N. Y. Vignette of Ashland in the lower margin. 
(Copyright 1843.) Size 19 9-16X 14 13-16. First State. 

215 THE SAME. Later impression. 



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2i6 THE SAME. Colored by hand. 

217 HENRY CLAY. Fully described in the preceding print. Rectangle. 
Lithograph. Painted by J. W. Dodge, 1S43. Lithographed by F. 
D'Avignon N. Y. Size 19 6-16X14 12-16. 

218 HENRY CLAY. Full length, head to left, standing to left of a table 
upon which the left hand is resting upon some papers, the right arm raised 
and hand pointing to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. (Engraved by 
John Sartain from original drawings and daguerreotypes. Published 
by \V. B. Evarts, Louisville, Ky. 1853.) Size 16 14-16 Xii 9-16. No 
margin. 

219 HENRY CLAY. Fully described in the preceding Print. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. (Painted by James Wise, Engraved by J. Sartain.) Size 
17 Xii 8-16. No margin. 

220 THE SAME. Full margin, later impression. 

221 H. CLAY. Full length, head to right, standing betsveen a table and a 
chair, a cane in the left hand. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by 
T. Doney. Size 18 1-16X12 5-16. 

222 HENRY CLAY. Full length , head to left, seated in a chair to the right 
of a table. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by G. Linen. Engraved 
by J. Sartain. Size 16X12 1-16. Prooj before the title. Original 
impression. 

223 THE SAME. With variations, altered plate. 

224 HENRY CLAY. Full bust, with cloak, head to right. Oval with a 
border of stonework and oak leaves in a rectangle. Lithograph. 
Size 15 2-16X15 4-16. No margin. 

225 H. CLAY. Full bust, with black cravat, head to left. Oval in a border 
of stonework and oak leaves, in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by 
W. Warner from the original Bust Portrait Painted from life at Ashland 
in Nov. 1842 by J. Neagle. Published by Wm B. Lane, N? 57 So. f."^ 
St. Philadelphia. (Copyright 1844.) Size 18 10-16X14 15-16. 

226 HENRY CLAY. Full length, head to left, with hands extended and 
pointing to a flag to the right; cattle and farming implements to the left. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by John Sartain from the original 
Picture painted by John Neagle at Ashland by the order of Philadelphia 
Whig. (Copyright 1843.) Size 20 7-16 XiS- 

227 THE SAME. Later impression. 

228 HENRY CLAY. Full length, head to right, standing to the right of a 
chair, a trowel in the right hand, the left resting on the hip. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Painted and Engraved by A. H. Ritchie. (Cop^Tight 1852.) 
Size 25X17. 



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229 THE SAME. Later impression. 

230 HENRY CLAY. Full length, head to left, standing in the open, cane 
in the right hand, high hat in the left, a dog in the lower right. Rectan- 
gle. Lithograph. (Lithograph by Hoffy-) Size 19 14-16X14 12-16. 
Rare. 

231 HENRY CLAY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
After Brady's Daguerreotype. Drawn on stone by Lafosse. (Copy- 
right 1856.) Size 21X17 8-16. 

232 THE SAME. Colored on Solid black background. 

233 " " " " Plain background. 

234 HENRY CLAY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle cut round 
at top. Colored Lithograph. Lithographic par Lafosse. (Copy- 
right 1861.) Size 24 14-16X19 8-16. 

235 HON. HENRY CLAY. Three-quarter length, full face. Oval. Litho- 
graph. C. G. Crehen. Published by Goupil, Vibert & Co. Size 
17 4-16 X13 8-16. 

236 HENRY CLAY. Full length, standing in profile to right. Silhouette. 
Lithograph. From Life by Wm PL Brown. Lith. of E. B. & E. C. 
Kellogg. Size 13 8-16X9 14-16. 

237 HENRY CLAY. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Lithograph. By 
Hoffy, from a daguerreotype taken from life by Langenheim. Size 
10 4-16X10 10-16. 

238 HENRY CLAY. Half length, fuU face. Rectangle. Lithograph. 
N. Sarony, Del. Size 12 14-16X10 12-16. India prooj. 

239 HENRY CLAY. Full bust, head to right. Circular in a Border of 
Fancy Penwork. Original Pen Drawing. Executed by Joseph Orr 
from a Copy by Oliver B. Goldsmith. Diameter 9. 

240 CLAY. Full bust, head to left. Circular, in a wreath of wheat, etc., 
tied at the bottom with a ribbon inscribed " Henry of the West," beneath 
which is " Frehnghuysen," on either side "Tariff" and "Union." Vig- 
nettes on each corner, with square border of oak leaves. Campaign hand- 
kerchief. Printed in Blue on muslin. Ven,' rare. 

241 ASHLAND THE HOMESTEAD OF HENRY CLAY. Drawn by 
James Hamilton after Daguerreotype taken on the spot by J. M. Hewett. 
Engraved by J. Sartain. (Cop)Tight 1852.) First State. 

242 THE SAME. Later impression. 

243 ASHLAND THE HOMESTEAD OF HENRY CLAY near Lexington. 
The original Picture by James Hamilton. Engraved by John Sartain, 
Phila. 2nd State. 



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244 MONUMENT TO HENRY CLAY, America's lUustrious Statesman. 
Sculptured at the Iron Works of Robert Wood by H. Waschi Philad? 
On stone by Traubel. 

245 ANOTHER COPY. 

246 13 Tobacco Revenue Stamps, unused, with Portrait of Henry Clay. 

247 BLOOD'S PENNY POST. Kochersperger & Co. Phild^, with 
Portrait of Henry Clay. Uncancelled. 

248 PORTRAITS OF HENRY CLAY. Bank note Vignettes, all different 
and proofs. 13 pieces 

249 SILK CAMPAIGN BADGES, with Portraits of Henry Clay. No dupli- 
cates. 10 pieces 

2 50 CAMPAIGN BADGES on paper with portraits of Henry Clay. 6 pieces 

251 HENRY CLAY. Campaign Lithographs, colored and plain; No 
duplicates, all folio. 15 pieces 

An Unique and valuable collection. 

252 HENRY CLAY. Engraved Portraits, all different. 18 pieces 

253 " " " " " " 27 pieces 

254 " " Portraits of, a Lot. 

255 " " Lithographic Portraits of, folio. 17 pieces 



PORTRAITS OF DE WITT CLINTON. 

256 DE WITT CLINTON. Full bust, fuU face, the head resting on the 
right hand. Drawn and Engraved by Francis S. King. Only 120 
impressions printed on Imperial Japan paper for the Society of Iconophiles 
New York, 1901, together with a short account of the Rise, Progress 
and Completion of the Great Canal. 

257 DE WITT CLINTON. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Mixed. 
W. L. Costenbader N. Y. Size 3 14-16X3 10-16. India Proof. 

258 DE \VITT CLINTON. Bust in profile to right. Circular Medal- 
lion. Line. W. J. Coffee fec^ A. B. Durand sc, with facsimile of a 
letter beneath the Portrait. Diameter 4 7-16. 

259 DE WITT CLINTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. C. G. Childs dire.x on stone, from an original Picture by H. 
Inman, N. Y. Size 5 4-16X5 4-16. Prooj before allletters Bind Letteied 
impression. 2 pieces 



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260 DE WITT CLINTON ESQ" Half length, seated, head to right, the 
hands resting on and holding a book. Rectangle. Stipple. Painted 
by Trumbull. Engraved by Leney. Published by Joseph Delaplaine. 
Size 4 15-16X3 15-16. 

261 DE WITT CLINTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle in a 
border resembling a frame. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre 
from a Miniature by G. Cadin. Size 6 6-16X5 2-16. 

262 DE WITT CLINTON. Half length, full face. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by G. Ingham. Eng. by A. B. Durand. Size 4 5-16X3 6-16. 
Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

263 DE WITT CLINTON. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Mixed. 
Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size 4X4. India prooj and Trial prooj. 

2 pieces 

264 HIS EX^ DE WTTT CLINTON. Three-quarter length, seated, full 
face, the head resting on the right hand. Rectangle. Stipple. Chas. 
Ingham Vn\x\ E. Prud'homme sculp! New York 1832. Published 
by Monson Bancroft 389 Broad Way. Size 16 3-16X 12 15-16. 

265 DE WITT CLINTON. Portraits of, all different. 9 pieces 



266 GEORGE CLINTON. Full bust in profile to right. Circular Medal- 
lion. Mezzolinto. St. Memin N? 27 Pine St. N. York. Diameter 
2 4-16. Reprint. 

267 GOVERNOR CLINTON & LADY. Full bust in profile to right. 
(Lady Clinton in profile to left.) Circular Medallion. Mezzolinto. 
Rich"! H. Pease Sc. Albany. From Engravings by St. Memin. Diameter 
2 3-16. 

268 GEORGE CLINTON. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by Ames. Engraved by P. Maverick. Published by Joseph 
Delaplaine. Size 5X4. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

269 GEORGE CLINTON. Full bust in uniform, full face. Oval. Line. 
Size 3 8-16X2 12-16. 

Very rare. Thought to have been engraved by Dr. A. Anderson. 

270 GEORGE CLINTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Engti by H. B. Hall & Sons. From the original bust by G. Ceracchi. 
Size 3 1 1-16X3 6-16. India Proof. 

271 GEORGE CLYMER, Late Vice-President of the Philadelphia Society 
for Promoting Agriculture. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stip- 
ple. Trott pin.xt. Hooker sc. Size 3 7-16X 2 9-16. 



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272 HON=.^'' DAVID COBB. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 
Edwin, sc. 8126312-16X32-16. Reprint. 

273 C. GOLDEN, ESQ. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. En- 
graved from an original Painting in the possession of C. D. Golden Esq^ 
Size 2 14-16X2 4-16. Scarce original impression, stained. 

274 G. GOLDEN. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. Engraved 
by Scoles from an original Painting. Size 2 1 1-16X 2 3-16. 

275 CADWALLADER GOLDEN. FuU bust, head to right. Oval. 
Line. V. Balch sc. 81263X28-16. 

276 LIEUT.-GOV. CADWALLADER GOLDEN. Full length, full face, 
standing to the right of a table. Rectangle. Line and Stipple. Mathew 
Pratt, Pinxt. P. Purden Graham, Sc. Size 5 5-16X3 14-16. Proof 
before letters, and lettered impression. 2 pieces 

277 HON. CADWALLADER D. GOLDEN ESQ? Full bust, full face. 
Vignette. Line. Painted by Waldo & Jewett. Eng. by A. B. Durand. 
Size 7 4-16X5 14-16. 

278 SCHUYLER COLFAX. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 
Mezzolinto. After Photo from Hfe. Engraved by John Sartain. Size 
10 8-16X8 15-16. 

279 SCHUYLER COLFAX. Full length, head to right, seated to the left 
of a table. Rectangle. Line. Size 7 4-16X5 8-16. Proof before all 
letters. 

280 SCHUYLER COLFAX. Engraved Portraits of, all different. 13 pieces 

281 PETER COOPER. Full length, full face, standing to the left of a 
table. Stipple. Size 7 2-16X5 3-16. Proof before all letters. 

282 PETER COOPER. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engd by Geo. E. Ferine N. York. Size 5 3-16X3 14-16. India Proof. 

283 JOHN COTTON. (Secretary of the Congress of 1765.) Full bust, 
head to right. Oval in a Rectangle. Stipple. Eng^ by H. W. Smith 
from the Painting in possession of John E. Thayer. Size 4 3-16X3 7-16. 

284 W. H. CRAWFORD. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by J. W. Jarvis. Eng. by A. B. Diurand. Published by B. O. 
Tyler, Washington City. Size 9 8-16X7 13-16. 

285 DAVID CROCKETT. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. Painted by S. S. Osgood on Stone. Ghilds and Lehman Lith" 
Philadelphia. Size 9X7 3-16. India Proof. 

286 DAVID CROCKETT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Painted by A. L. De Rose. Engraved by A. B. Durand. Size 4 8-16X 
5 2-16. 



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287 DAVID CROCKETT. FuU length, in the dress of a frontiersmanj 
standing in the open with two dogs, a rifle held in the left hand, a hat 
in the uplifted right hand. . Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by C. 
Stuart, from the original Portrait by J. G. Chapman. Size 18X13 4-i'6. 
India Prooj. 

288 BENJ..WM. CROWINSHIELD. Secretary of the Nav>' 1814-1818. 
Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. Pub. by J. C. Buttre Co. 
Size 4X3 8-16. India Prooj. 

289 HENRY CRUGER ESQ? Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 
W?' Hincks del^ at Sculp. London Publish'd March ii"> 1783, by R. 
Wilkinson No. 58 CornhiU. 8126314-16X3. Very rare. 

290 JOHN CRUGER. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. Engd 
by G. R. Hall from a Picture in possession of the Chamber of Commerce. 
Size 4 2-16X3 4-16. Proa} before all letters and Lettered impressions. 

2 pieces 

291 A. G. CURTIN. Governor of the Commonwealth of Penn» Full 
bust, head to right. Oval. Mezzotinto. Engraved by John Sartain, 
Phil^ Size 3 8-16X4. India Proof. 

292 ANDREW G. CURTIN. Full bust, head to right. Etching. Size 
48-16X310-16. Japan paper prooj. 

293 ANDREW G. CURTIN. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Process. 
Size I 7-1 6X1 6-16. Private plate. 2 pieces 

294 A. J. DALLAS. Full bust, in profile to right. Circular Medallion. 
Mezzotinto hy St. M.Qmm. Diameter 2 4-16. Late impression. 

29s FRANCIS DANA. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Process 
Print. Size 6 13-16X5. 

296 JONATHAN DAYTON. Full bust, fuU face. Oval. Process. 
Dravyn by Albert Rosenthal from a Miniature. Size 9X6 2-16. 

•297 W". L. DAYTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mixed. 

  Photograph by Brady. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size 5 6-16X4 8-16. 

Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

298 W. L. DAYTON. Portraits of. 4 pieces 

299 SILAS DEANE, ESQ. Full bust in profile to left. Circular Medallion 
in a Rectangle, over a base. Line. Drawn from life by Dusimetiere 
at Philadelphia. Published Aug. i, 1783, by J. Fielding. Size 6 X 
39-16. 2 copies. 




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300 THE AMERICAN NEGOTIATOR (SILAS DEANE). Full bust 
in profile to left. Oval. Line. On the same sheet with a similar por- 
trait of the Captivating Miss B — . Published London 1783. Size 
2 12-16X2 2-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

301 SAMUEL DEXTER. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
G. Stuart Pinx. Edwards del. Printed at the Senefelder Press. Size 
5 7-16X4 7-16. India Proof. Very rare. 

302 D. S. DICKINSON. Three-quarter length, full face. Oval. Litho- 
graph. J. L. Giles & Co. Lith. N. Y. Published by Geo. E. Ferine. 
Size II 15-16X9 15-16. 2 copies. 

303 JOHN DICKINSON. Three-quarter length, head to right, standing 
in the open. Rectangle. Stipple. Size 4 8-16X3 9-16. Prooj bejore 
all letters. 

304 JOHN A. DIX. Governor of New York 1874. Half length, head to 
left, seated. Vignette. Stipple. Eng^ by A. H. Ritchie. Size 5 4-i6X 
5 10-16. India Proof. 

305 JOHN A. DIX. Full bust in uniform, head to right. Stipple. D. 
Appleton & Co. Size 3 12-16X3 8-16. India Proof. 

306 MAJ.-GEN. JOHN A. DIX, U. S. A. Half length, in uniform, head 
to left. Vignette. Line and Stipple. Engraved by G. E. Ferine. Size 
514-16X5. India proof. Proof and Plain impression. 2 pieces 

307 JOHN A. DIX. Portraits of, all different. 17 pieces 

308 HIS EXCELLENCY ARTHUR DOBBS, ESQ'' Captain General, 
Governour in Chief, & Vice Admiral of the Provence of North Carolina, 
in America. Three-quarter length, head to right, the right arm resting 
on a table to the left, a map held in the left hand, a ship visible in the 
right distance. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Will!" Hoare Pinx^ Ja? Mc- 
ArdeU Fecit. London, Sold by Hen: Jouret, Picture frame maker and 
Print-seller at the Golden Frame in Maiden Lane. Sizei28-i6X9 14-16. 

Excessively rare. Choice Brilliant impression. See reduced fac- 
simile. 

309 COLONEL THOMAS DONGAN, Governor of New York 1682. 
Afterwards Earl of Limerick. Three-quarter length, full face. Rectan- 
gle. Etching. Size 4 6-16X3 3-16. 

310 THOMAS W. DORR, Elected Gov. of Rhode Island April A. D. 1842, 
under a Constitution adopted by the people of that State in Dec, 1841. 
Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by W. War- 
ner, from a Daguerreotype. Published by V. F. & M. F. Harrison, No. 
27 South Eighth Street, Philad^ Size 12 1-16X9 12-16. Very rare. 

Brilliant impression. One of the very few meritorious early American 
mezzotintos. 



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311 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Three-quarter length, full face, standing 
to the left of a table, upon which the left hand is resting on a scroll entitled 
"Popular Sovereignty." Rectangle. Mczzotinto. Size lo 10-16X9. 
Prooj hejore all letters. 

312 S. A. DOUGLAS. Three-quarter length, nearly full face, standing, the 
right hand resting on a table to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Photo- 
graph by McClure. F. D'Avignon Boston 1859. Size 15 4-16X 12 12-16. 
Prooj and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

313 S. A. DOUGLAS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
L. Grozelier. Published by H. Brainerd, Boston 1854. Size 9 4-16 X 
88-16. 

314 S. A. DOUGLAS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Lith. by J. H. Bufford. F. D'Avignon. Size 8 12-16X 7 8-16. 

315 HON. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS, of Ilhnois, National Democratic 
Candidate for Sixteenth President of the United States. Full bust, head 
to right (colossal). Vignette. Lithograph. From a photograph. 
Currier and Ives Lith. N. Y. Size 20 4-16X 17 12-16. 2 copies. 

316 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Engraved Portraits of, all different. 

18 pieces 

317 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Engraved Portraits of, all different. 

5 pieces 

318 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Lithograph Portraits. 5 pieces 

319 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Music composed in honor of, during the 
Lincoln and Douglas campaign, with Portrait on each piece. 4to. 

4 pieces 

320 STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Lot of Portraits of. 

321 REV. JACOB DUCHE. Full bust, with spectacles, head to left, right 
hand resting on a book, pillar to the left. Circular. Stipple. Pelham 
Pinx^ J. Clarke Sculp. Diameter 3 6-16. 

One oj the very rare original impressions, bejore the title. 

322 JOSEPH DUDLEY. Governor of Massachusetts 1702, '14, '15. Half 
length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Size 47-16X33-16. 
Proof and plain impression. 2 pieces 

323 DANIEL DULANY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. W. 
F. Armstrong Sc. Size 34-16X2 12-16. India Proof. 2 copies 

324 WILLIAM DUMMER. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. 
Etched by Dr. C. E. Banks, U. S. A. Size 3 3-16X 2 8-16. 



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325 JOHN H. EATON of Tennessee, Secretary of War. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. Stipple. Drawn and Engraved by J. B. Longacre. 
Size 3 12-16X3. Longacre's own proof. 

326 THO" ADDIS EMMET. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Slipple. 
Engd by W. G. Jackman. Size 4 13-16X4. India Prooj. 

327 THO? ADDIS EMMET. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. 
Engdbyjohn A. O'Neil. Size 4 6-16X3 5-16. Rare. 

328 JO. ENDECOTT. First Governor of Massachusetts. Full bust, head 
to right. Rectangle. Stipple. D. L. Glover sc. Size 4 7-16X3 10-16. 

329 GOV. JOHN ENDICOTT. First Governor of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. Full bust, with cap, head to right. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. Copied from a Portrait in the Possession of William P. Endicott, 
Esq. of Salem Ms. F. D'Avignon, R. I. A.'del'. Lith. of G. Endicott. 

Size II 8-16X9 12-16. India Prooj. 

330 WILLIAM EUSTIS: (Gov. of Mass.) Full bust, head to right. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engd by Geo. E. Ferine, N. York. Size 4 10-16 
X3 8-16. India Prooj. 

PORTRAITS OF EDWARD EVERETT. 

331 EDWARD EVERETT. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. From 
Gilbert Stuart's unfinished sketch; the only portrait in Mr. Dowse's 
Librar)'. Size 2 2-16X2. Rare. 

332 EDWARD EVERETT. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette in a back- 
ground ruled to a rectangle. R. M. Staigg. J. Cheney. Size 4 7-16 X 
3 10-16. Large Paper. 

333 THE SAME. Small paper. 2 copies 

334 EDWARD EVERETT. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Size 4 6-16X 3 7-16. Prooj hejore letters from the Longacre collection. 

335 EDWARD EVERETT. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette in a back- 
ground ruled to a rectangle. Slipple. Engraved by H. Wright Smith. 
Size 8 4-16X6 10-16. Prooj bejore all letters and bejore the oval, in a 
rectangle. 

336 THES-A-ME. Oval in a Rectangle. 

337 EDWARD EVERETT. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. On steel by John Sartain, Phil? after a Photog?'' from life 
bv Root. Size 10X8. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 



32 

338 EDWARD EVERETT. Full length, head to right, standing to the left 
of a table upon which are some books and a bust of Washington, the left 
hand resting on a book, a table to the left. Rectangle. Mezzotinio. 
Painted by T. Hicks, N. A. Engraved by H. Wright Smith. Size 
24 4-16X 17. Open letter proof. 

339 EDWARD EVERETT. Three-quarter length, head to left, standing to 
the left of a table upon which the hand is resting, pillars and drapery in 
the background. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by M. Wight. 
Engraved by H. Wright Smith. To the Ladies Mount Vernon Association 
of the Union this Portrait is respectfully dedicated by the Artist. Size 
15 4-16X11 6-16. 

340 HON. EDWARD EVERETT, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Oval 
in a border of scenes from his life. Mixed. Engraved and Published 
by J. C. Buttre. Border designed by W. Momberger. Size 13X10 4-16. 

341 HON. EDWARD EVERETT, of Massachusetts. National Union 
Candidate for Vice-President of the United States. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. Published by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau 
St., N. Y. Size 14 10-16X 12 4-16. Colored and Plain. 2 pieces 

342 EDWARD EVERETT. Engraved Portraits of, all difierent. 13 pieces 

343 EDWARD EVERETT. Lithographic Portraits of. 10 pieces 



344 HAMILTON FISH. Full bust, head to left. Vignette in a background 
ruled to a rectangle. Stipple. Eng^ by Geo. E. Perine, N. York. 
Size 5 1-16X3 14-16. India proof. 

345 ROSWELL P. FLOWER. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Etching. Etched by James S. King. Size 14 6-16X12. Finished 
trial proof from the copper plate signed by the Artist. 

346 WILLIAM FLOYD. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engraved by A. B. Durand from a Painting in Delaplaine's Gallery. 
Size 3 13-16X3 1-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

347 COL. THOS. FORREST. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Original 
Drawing by H. B. Hall, from the Portrait in Independence Hall from 
which he made his etching. Size 4 6-16X3 9-16. 

348 WALTER FORWARD, Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. 
Three-quarter length, full face, left hand in the pocket, the right hand 
resting on a table to the left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by 
Ja? R. Lambdin. Engraved by John Sartain Philadelphia. Size 9^10-16 
X 7 8-16. Very rare and fine. 



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PORTRAITS OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. 
C. W. PEALE TYPE. 

349 HIS EXCELLENCY B. FRANKLIN L.L.D. F.R.S. President of 
Pennsylvania, and Late Minister of the United States of America at the 
Court of France. Full bust, head to right, with spectacles. Oval in a 
border in which is the title. Mezzotinto. C. W. Peale Pinx! et Fecit 
1787. Size 6 6-16X5 5-16. 

A Magnificent copy 0} this rarest of Franklin Portraits; with a fine 
wide margin; and a fitting headpiece to Chief Justice Mitchell's great 
collection. See facsimile. 

350 DR. FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, head to left. Oval. 
Stipple. C. W. Peale Pin.x. D. Edwin, sc. Size 2 8-16X2. Very 
rare. 

351 — — '^ Three-quarter length, with spectacles, seated, head to left, 

the left arm resting on a table upon which are some papers and an ink- 
stand. Rectangle. Mezzotinto, Printed in Colors. C. W. Peale Pin.x. 
Ma.x Rosenthal sc. Size 18 6-16X 13 11-16. 

One of 15 Copies Printed in Colors and Signed by the Engraver. 

352 THE SAME. Plain. One of fifty Proofs signed by the Engraver. 

353 THE SAME. The First, Second, Third and Fifth Final proofs. 4 pieces 

354 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Process Prints. 3 pieces 

VANLOO TYPE. 

355 FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, head to right. Oval. Aqua- 
tint Printed in Colors. Vanloo Pinx' P. M. Alix Sculpt Size 9 14- 
16X83-16. 

A Superb impression and of excessive rarity. 

356 BENJ. FRx\NKLIN. Full bust with spectacles, head to right. Vig- 
nette. Etching. Etchd by H. B. Hall, N. Y. 1879. Size 3 12-16X3 
10-16. India Proof. 

357 THE S.-VME. India Proof before all letters. 

358 " " Lettered impression. 

359 FRANKLIN. Full bust with spectacles, head to right. Vignette. 
Stipple. Van Loo Pins. J. A. J. Wilcox sc. Size 4 2-16X3 2-16. 
India proof. 

360 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, head to right. Oval 
in a wreath of Oak and Laurel leaves. Lithograph. Lith. de H. Brunet 
a Lyon. Size of Oval 9 7-16X7 14-16. Rare. 

3 



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B. WILSON TYPE. 
36i',B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, L.L.D., F.R.S. Three- 
quarter length, head and body to left, the right hand holding a book 
entitled " Electrid Exp?"; the left hand pointing over the book; to the 
right a table and a chair and some electrical apparatus; upon the table 
are some books and an inkstand; to the left is a view of a city, over 
which an electric storm is passing, the lightning striking a building; 
in the upper right-hand corner is a curtain drawn aside. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinio. B. Wilson Pin.x'. y. McArdell, fecit. Size 12X9 13-16. 
Fine impression, cjd dose to print at top and sides. Very rare. Some 
impressions have the date ijdi ajter Philadelphia. 



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62 B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, L.L.D. F.R.S. Three- 
quarter length, head and body to left, the right hand holding a book en- 
titled "Electric^ E.xp<^", the left hand pointing over the book; to the 
right a table and a chair, with some electric apparatus; upon the table 
is a scroll and an inkstand; to the left is a view of a city, over which an 
electric storm is passing, the lightning striking a building. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinio. B. Wilson Pin.x^ J« McArdell fecit. Size 12 2-16X9 14-16. 
A choice brilliant impression. Very rare; an entirely different print 
jrom the preceding. See reduced jacsimile. 

363 D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, et vita inter Americanos acta, et magnis 
electricitatis periculis clarus. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rec- 
tangle, over a base, upon which is the title. Mezzotinio. J. E. Haid 
sculp. A. V. 1778. Size 8 1-16 X 5 3-16. 

364 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Size 3X24-16. 2 copies. 

This plate is really a portrait of Roger Williams; it is accompanied 
■with the Halpin portrait oj Williams, and one or two others, jar a com- 
parison. 

CHAMBERLIN TYPE. 

365 B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA L.L.D. F.R.S. Three-quarter 
length, head to left, bust to right, seated to the left of a table upon which the 
left hand is resting holding a paper; the right arm resting on the arm of a 
chair, a pen in the hand; in the right distance a view of an electrical storm. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinio. M. Chamberlin pin.xt. E. Fisher fecit. Sold 
by M. Chamberlin in Stewart Street, Old .\rtillery Ground. Spittalfields. 
Price 5! Size 13 13-16X 10 14-16. 

Fine impression. Cut close to print at top and sides. Lower mar- 
gin repaired. 

366 B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, L.L.D. F.R.S. Half length, 
bust to right, head to left, seated, the left arm resting on the arm of a chair, 
a ])cn in the hand. Rectangle. Stipple. Chamberlin Pinx! W. Haines 




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Sc' Philadelphia. Publish'd by W. Haines N? 270 Arch Street Oct^ 
i3'> 1804. Size 8 4-16X6 8-16. 

A Beautiful copy of an excessively rare print, with full margin. The sec- 
ond copy I have ever seen. 

367 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Envoy from the American Congress 
to the French Court. Three-quarters length, head to right, body to 
left, seated, the right hand holding some papers and resting on a table to 
left, a window and curtain in the background. Rectangle. Litie and 
Stipple. Size 6X4. 

From, the Impartial History of the War with America. 

368 THE SAME. Without the background of the window and curtain. 

From the Impartial History of the War with America lySg. 

369 Three-quarter length, head three-quarters to left, body to 

right; seated at a table upon which the left hand is resting holding a 
manuscript; the right hand holding a pen; to the left is a bookcase and 
some electrical apparatus, and a curtain drawn aside, which reveals to the 
right a view of an electrical storm passing over a city, the lightning striking 
a building. Rectangle. Stipple. Dessine et Grave par F. N. Martinet. 

// a rari le feu dea Cieux 
II fait -jleurir les Arts en des Climats sauvages, 

L'Atnerique le place a la tete des Sages 
La Grhce Vauroit mis an nomhre de ses Dieux. 
Se vend a Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, Rue St. Jacques a la Ville de 
Coutances. Size 6 7-16X4 2-16. 

370 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, seated; fully described 
in the preceding print. Rectangle. Stipple. M. Chamberlin, S. Free- 
man, A. Fullerton & Co. Size 4 9-16X3 8-16. 

371 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, seated, fully described 
in Print No. 369. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. M. Chamberlin, Pin.x'. 
C. Turner, Sculpt A. R. A. Size 5 9-16X4 4-16. India proof. 

372 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Half length, seated, head to left, 
body to right, a pen in the right hand. Rectangle. Stipple. S. Topham, 
Sculp. Leeds, Published by Davies & Booth. Size 3 14-16X3 1-16. 

373 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Three-quarter length, fully des- 
cribed in the preceding print. Rectangle. Stipple. W. Haines Sc! 
Publish'd April i, 1806, by Longman, Rees, Hurst and Orne. Pater- 
noster Row. Size 3 12-16X 2 15-16. 

374 BENJ^- FRANKLIN, L.L.D. The legislator of America. Died at 
Philadelphia, aged 84. Three-quarter length, head to left, body to right, 
seated; view of an electric storm to the right, book-case and electric 
apparatus to the left. Vignette. Stipple. London. William Darton, 
58 Holborn Hill, 1822. Size 3 5-16X2 10-16. 



36 

375 THE SAME. Before the publisher's address. 

376 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Tliree-quarter length, seated, head to 
right, body to left. Vignette. Stipple. Size 3 8-16X3 6-16. 

From a sheet oj Portraits, the others being Hugh Blair, Win. Cowper, 
and Gen'l Elliot. 

377 DR. FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, head to left, body to right, 
fully described in print No. 365. Line and Stipple. Rectangle. Size 
6 6-16X4 2-16. 

From Russell's America. London, ly/S. 

378 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full length, head to left, seated 
to the left of a table upon which the left hand, holding a paper, is resting. 
Rectangle. Line. M. Chamberlin, pinxt^ J. Romney, sculp. G. M. 
Brighty del. Pub. by C. Dyer Compton Stri Size 6 12-16X4 4-16. 

379 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, fully described in the 
preceding print. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by W. J. Alais. Size 
4 1-16X3 1-16. 

380 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Oval 
beneath which is a Vignette of Franklin flying his kite. Stipple. J. 
Chapman Sculp. London Published as the Act directs May 24''' 
1806 by J. Wilkes. Size 4 7-16X3 6-16. 

381 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. & F.R.S. Bust, head three-quarters 
to left, body to right. Oval. Underneath the oval the motto, "Ubi 
Libertas, ibi patria." 

" Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase 
a little Temporary Sajety, deserve neither Liberty nor 
Sajety." — Address of the Assembly oj Pennsylvania, j« 1755. 
Engraved from an Original Picture by Jn" Lodge. Printed accord- 
ing to Act oj Parliament, jor J. Almon, in Piccadilly, London 21'! April 
1777. Size 4 7-16X3 14-16. Rare. Inlaid. 

382 ANOTHER COPY, with the Engraver's and Publisher's name cut off. 

383 Bust, head to left. Circular. Mezsotinto. Diameter i 8-16. 

Prooj bejore all letters. 

The excessively rare ^'watch-case" portrait, icith a fine wide margin. 

384 Bust, head to left. Circular. Lithograph. Diameter 

I 10-16. India Proof. 

A close copy oj the preceding print. 

385 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust, head to left. Circular. Line. 
Eng'' by H. B. Hall, N. Y., From the Portrait in Almon's Intelligence, 
London 1777. Diameter 2 8-16. 



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MARTIN TYPE. 



386 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Three-quarter length, 
head and body to left, seated with arms resting on a table, reading; the 
chin resting on the thumb of the right hand; on the table to the left are 
some books and papers and a bust; in the left distance a curtain. Rec- 
tangle. Mezzotinto. D. Martin pin.x^ E. Savage sculpt London 
Published Sep\ 17, 1793. hy E. Savage, N". 50 Hatton Garden. Size 
17 14-16X14- 

A Magnificent brilliant original impression, with unde margin, oj 
this very rare print. 

387 THE SAME. Later impression. 

388 FRANKLIN. Half length, head to left, reading, the head resting on 
the thumb of the right hand. Vignette. Lithograph. Published by 
W" S. Pendleton Boston. Size 12 4-16X9 4-16. 

389 Bust, head to left, the head resting on the thumb. Oval. 

Stipple. The center of a circular store card, of " Philip Garrett & Sons, 
Clock, Watch, Jewelry, Silver Ware and Spectacle Store, No. 144 Market 
Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, Philad^" Diameter of circle 2 2-16. 
Rare. 

390 Half length, seated, head to left, resting on the thumb 

of the right hand. Oval in a fancy border, the center of a design of the 
"Franklin Print Philadelphia." Lithograph. J. Wissler del. P. S. 
Duval Steam Lith. Size of oval 6 6-16X4 8-16. 

391 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, reading, the hand resting on the 
right thumb. Rectangle in a fancy border. Stipple. Painted by Mar- 
tin. Engraved by J. B. Longacre. Size 4 14-16X2 11-16. Three 
states of the plate. 3 pieces 

392 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, head to left, seated at a table, 
the head resting on the thumb of the right hand. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. B. Longacre, from a Painting by Martin. Size 3 11-16 
X3. 2 copies. 

393 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in the preceding 
print. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre, from a 
Painting by Martin. Size3 12-16X3 2-16. 2 copies 

394 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half Length, fully described in print No. 
392. Rectangle. Stipple. Painted by Martin. Engraved by Longacre. 
Published by Joseph Deleplaine. Size 4 13-16X3 15-16. 

Longacre's own copy, with full margin. 

395 THE SAME. Two different states of the plate. 2 pieces 



38 

396 D? FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 392. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Martin Pin.x. Goodman & Piggot, sc. Size 
4 9-16X3 11-16. 

397 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN L.L.D. Half length, fully described in 
Print No. 392. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by C. Goodman & R. 
Piggot from an original painting by Martin; for the Analectic Magazine 
Published by M. Thomas 1818. Size 4 5-16X3 10-16. 

39S BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 
392. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from the Portrait 
by Martin in possession of the American Philosophical Society. Size 
4 10-16X3 10-16. Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

399 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 392. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by Illman & Pilbrow. Size 3 1 1-16X3. 
2 copies. 

400 BENJ'^ FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 392. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by A. Willard. Size 3 11-16X 2 15-16. 

401 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 
392. Rectangle. Stipple. Martin Vmx\ T. Kelly sc. Size 4 7-16 
X3 12-16. 

402 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 
392. Rectangle. Stipple. Martin del. W. D. Smith sc. Size 2 10-16 

X2. 

403 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, fully described in Print No. 
392. Rectangle. Stipple. Painted by Martin. Engraved by Geo. B. 
Ellis. Size 3 15-16X3 3-16. 

404 Half length, fully described in Print No. 392. Rectangle. 

Stipple. H.Mayer. Size 4 15-16X3 14-16. Prooj be jore letters. 

405 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with spectacles, the head resting 
on the thumb of the right hand. Vignette in a fancy border. Stipple. 
Perkins and Heath. Patent Steel Plate. Size 3 4-16X 2 4-16. 

406 Full bust, head to right, with spectacles, the head resting 

on the thumb of the right hand. Oval. Stipple. The heading to a 
ticket, " Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the promo- 
tion of the Mechanic Arts. — Lectures for 1824." Size 13-16X 11-16. 

407 Bust, head to left. Oval Medallion, held by the Figure 

of Hope sitting in a Canoe, with a similar portrait of Washington. Vig- 
nette. Stipple. J. B. Longacre, Engraver. Size i 12-16X2 10-16. 

Longacre's Store card. 

408 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Portraits of, after Martin. 12 pieces 

409 " " " " " " 9 pieces 



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GIACOMO TOURON TYPE. 

410 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border in a 
rectangle, over a tablet upon which is the title. Line. Dal dipinto 
sopra smalto di Giacomo Touron presso il Marchese Girolamo d Adda 
in Melano, Raimondi incise. Size 4 10-16X2 13-16. 

411 Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle of parallel 

lines. Line. T. HoUoway Dire.xit. Size 2 15-16X2 12-16. 

At the bottom of a page oj the English 4'" Edition oj Lavater's 
Physiognomy. 

412 — Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle of paraUel 

lines. Stipple. Size 4 1-16X3 5-16. 

At the bottom oj a page oj the French 4" Edition of Lavater's Physi- 
ognomy. 

413 THE SAME. Inlaid. 

414 Full bust, head to left. Oval. Line. Heath sculp. Size 

2 12-16X2 1-16. 

415 Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Outline, on a sheet 

with three other heads. Size i 12-16X i 7-16. 

From Lavater's Physiognomy. 

416 Full length, with cloak, seated in the open in the Act of 

extracting Electricity from a Key suspended from a Kite-string, during 
an Electric Storm; a scroll in the left hand; the Genii of Science on either 
side. Rectangle. Colored Photogravure. From the Original Picture 
by Benjamin West P. R. A. Size 13 3-16X9 12-16. Proof. 

HOUDON TYPE. 

416^ FRANKELIN. Ministre Plenipotentiair des Etats Unis de I'Amerique 
Septentrionale. Full bust, head to right. Oval in an ornamented rectangle, 
the title beneath the oval. Line. Dessine par Bounieu d'apres le Buste 
de M. Houdon. Grave par Chevillet. Size 13 6-16X10 1-16. 
Fine copy with full margin. Rare. 

417 FuU bust, full face. Oval. Stipple. Dessine par Le 

Barbier I'Aine d'apres le Buste de Houdon. Grave par Alix, a Paris 
chez Jean, rue Jean de Beauvais N? 32. Depose a la Bibliotheque 
Nationale. Size 18 13-16X 15 3-16. Full Margin. Rare. 

418 B. F. Full bust in profile to right, in a circular wreath of oak leaves 
joined with a ribbon at the bottom, the capital "B" and "F" within 
the wreath. Stipple. Lethere Delineavit. Darcis Sculpsit, a Paris 
chez Potrelle, M'? d'Estampes, Rue Honore, N° 54. Diameter 9 
2-16. Fine impression. Very scarce. 



40 

419 FRANKLIN BENIAMINO. Full bust in profile to right. Circular. 
Original Pencil drawing. Diameter 6 11-16. Beautifully executed. 

420 BENIAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to left. Circular. 
Line. On the same sheet with a Portrait of John Howard. Diameter 

1 15-16. 

421 PETER I, FRANKLIN, FRIEDRICH II. Three bust portraits in 
profile to right. Oval, the Title over the oval. Stipple, Colored. D. 
Berger sculp. 1808. Size 2X1 13-16. Inlaid. Very rare. 

422 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN gebohren 1706. Full bust in profile to 
left. Oval suspended by a ring in a rectangle, the title beneath the oval. 
Line. D. Berger Sculp. 1783. Size 4 11-16X2 11-16. Very rare. 

423 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to left. Oval suspended 
by a ring in a rectangle. The title beneath the oval. Line. D. Ber- 
ger Sculps. Berolini 1783. Size 4 12-16X2 11-16. 

Excessively rare. An earlier slate oj the preceding plate, before the 
"Gebohren i'/o6" was inserted. 

424 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to right. Circular medallion. 
Stipple. C. Westirmayr fecit 1794. Nach einem Basrelief. Diameter 
4 3-16. Very rare. 

425 Full bust in profile to right. Circular medallion in a check- 
ered border. Stipple. Goussier, del Cognet sc. Paris 1816. Diameter 

2 8-16. Rare. 

426 D*^ BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to right. Oval in a 
rectangle, over a tablet upon which is the title. Stipple. Tanner sc. 
Philadelphia. Published by W. W. Woodward 1801. Size 3 11-16X 
2 13-16. 

From the works 0/ the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia 
18 01. 

427 B. FRANKLIN. L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust in profile to right. Oval 
with a border in a rectangle over a vignette of soldiers marching ; laurel 
leaves over the oval. Line. Pollard Sculp. Size 5 13-16X3 12-16. 

428 B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Ambassador from the Congress of 
America to the Court of France. Full bust, in profile to left. Oval 
with a border. Line. J. Norman sc. Size 4 4-16X3 8-16. Exces- 
sively rare. 

429 B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Born at Boston in New England, 
Jan. 6* 1706. Died at Philadelphia April i-]^ 1790. Full bust in 
profile to left. Oval. Over the oval, " N? V Massachusetts Magazine 
Vol II"; beneath the oval, "Eripuit Coelo Fulmen, Sceptrumque Tyr- 
annis." Line. Size 3 13-16X3. Very rare. 

From the Massachusetts Magazine, May, 1790. 



41 

430 ANOTHER COPY. Cut down. 

431 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust in profile to left. Oval. Line. 

Engraved by B. Tanner, N. York Sept^ i794- New York Published by 
Sam'. Campbell, Ocf; 1794. Size 3 12-16X3. 

432 Full bust, in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. Tanner 

sculp! Size 3 10-16X2 13-16. Very rare. Cut close to oval and in- 
laid. 

433 THE SAME. In a copy of "The Life of Doctor Benjamin Franklin," 
ytt American Edition, New London 1798, i2mo sheep. Very rare. 

434 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust in profile to right. Oval. Stip- 
ple. H. Anderson sc. On the title page of a book entitled "Advice to 
Young Tradesmen," Published by J. Trumbull, Stubenville, Ohio, 1835, 
with the Book. Size 2 6-16X2. 

Very Rare. The Book has a Frontispiece, " The way to make times 
better." Engraved by H. Anderson. 

435 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Where Liberty dwells. There is 
my Country. Full bust in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. Size 
4 4-16X3 9-16. Rare. 

436 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. FuU bust, in profile to right. Oval. 
Line. Engraved by Thackara & Vallance Philad? 1794. Size4 2-i6X 
3 5-16. Cut close to oval and inlaid. 

437 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust in profile to right. Oval. 
Stipple. W. R. Jones sc. Size 4X3 2-16. Very rare. 

438 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust in profile to right. 
Oval. Line. Drawn by F. HoUoway from the Bust modeled at Paris 
from the Life, engraved by AUardin. R. Campbell & Co's Edition of the 
History of England. Size 4 2-16X3 6-16. 

439 THE SAME. From the Literary Magazine & American Register, Nov. 
1804. 

440 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust in profile to right. 
Oval. Line. Drawn and engraved by T. Holloway from the Bust 
modelled at Paris from the Life. Published as the Act directs i Feb. 
1791, by C. Fisher, N? 41 Poultr}'. Size 4 3-16X3 S-16. 

From the Literary Magazine. 

441 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to right. Oval. Line. 
J. Akin sc. Philad^ Published by W™ Duane, Philadelphia 1809. 
Size 4 2-16X3 7-16. 

442 BENJ. FRANKLIN, geb 1706, gest: 1790. Full bust in profile to right. 
Oval. Stipple. A. Stottrup Sculps. Size 2 6-16X1 14-16. Very 



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443 Bust in profile to left. Oval in a rectangle. Line. Size 

4 6-16X3 12-16. 

From llie French 4" Edition oj Lavater's Physiognomy. 

AAA Bust in profile to left. Oval in a rectangle. Line. Size 

4 5-16X3 12-16. 

From the English 4'" Edition oj Lavatcr's Physiognomy. 

445 Bust in profile to left. Oval in a rectangle on the same 

sheet with another portrait. Line. Size 3 13-16X3 1-16. 

From the Columbian Magazine, March ijSS. 

446 BENJ^ FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust in profile to left. Oval 
with a border, the title on a tablet beneath the oval. Line. On a sheet 
with a Companion Portrait of Jno. Adams. Noble sculp. Size 4 3-16 
X3 S-16. 

From the New London Magazine ijSd. 

AA7 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. 
Line. J. V. N. Throop, sc. Size 2 11-16X i 8-16. 

448 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born Jany 17* 1706. Died April 17th 
1790. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. Edwin sc. 
Size 2 12-16X1 8-16. 

449 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born Janr 17* 1706. Died April 17'h 
1790. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. Warnicke sc. 
Size 2 12-16X1 8-16. Rare. 

450 ANOTHER COPY. 

451 FRANKLIN. Bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. From 
Houdon's Bust. Engraved by T. B. Welch. Size 3 2-16X i 8-16! 

452 Bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. Engd by E. 

Wellmore from an Original drawing by J. B. Longacre after the bust of 
Houdon. Size i 5-16X1 4-16. 

The Title Page, on India Paper, oj " The National Portrait Gallery." 

453 B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Born in Boston in New England 
Jan. 17'h 1706. Non Sardidus Auctor Naturae Verique. Vignette. 
Line. Size 3 4-16X i 14-16. 

454 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. 
Etching. Etched by Thomas Landseer. Published by Hunt & Clarke 
Tavistock Street Covent Gardens. Transferred from copper to Stone 
by C. Hullmandel. Size 2 8-16X2 10-16. 

455 BENI. FRANKLIN. Geboren zu Boston in New England, den 17. 
Jan. 1706. Non Sardidus Auctor Naturae Verique. Full bust in pro- 
file to right. Vignette. Line. C. G. Nestler fee. Size 3 4-16X i 13-16. 
Very rare. 



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456 Bust in profile to left. Vignette. Outline. On a sheet 

with two other portraits. Size 12 10-16X2. 

From the Octavo Edition of Lavater's Physiognomy. 

457 Full bust, full face. Vignette. Original Crayon draw- 
ing. Size 6 4-16X4 8-16. Bemdijully Executed. 

458 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust in profile to left. Rect- 
angle. Line. R. Scott sc. Size 3 12-16X2 11-16. 

459 Bust in profile to left. Oval in a Rectangle. Line. Bank- 
note Vignette. Size 13-16X 12-16. Proof. 

460 CHAMBRE DU COEUR DE VOLTAIRE. Representing Voltaire's 
Bedroom at Ferney, with Portraits on the wall of his friends and ad- 
mirers. Near his bed is the portrait of Franklin. Rectangle. Line. 
Dessine par Duche Grave par Nee. Size 7 8-1 6 X 12 2-16. 

461 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust in profile to right, on a Pedestal 
being crowned by the figure of Liberty; in the lower left a Cherub holding 
a map. Rectangle. Line. H. Lyps del & sc. Size 6 1-16X3 6-16. 
Very rare. 

462 LA PHILOSOPHIE ET L'INNOCENCE RENDENT LES DER- 
NIERS DEVOIRS A FRANKLIN. A beautiful AUegorical print in 
commemoration of Franklin. Oval. Stipple. Dessine par Boiseau. 
Grave par Colibert. Size 8 7-16X6 13-16. 

463 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Portraits of, after Houdon. 15 pieces 

DUPLESSIS TYPE, 
With Plain Collar. 

464 PORTRAIT OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Painted by A. Scheffer. 
Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. Engraved by Ed. Girardet. 
Imprime & Public par Goupil & Cie. Paris — London — Berlin. Size 
9 2-16X7 8-16. 

465 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Schriftsteller, Gesandter der nordameri- 
canischen Freystaaten, und Erfinder der Wetterablieter, gebohren am 17. 
Jaenner 1708, Gestorben am 17. April 1790. Full bust, head to right. 
Oval. Lithograph. Ritter v. Radmannsdorf del. Size 6 5-16X5 3-16. 

466 DOCTOR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, 
head to right. Oval. Stipple. Engraved by W™ Evans, from an 
original picture (the last painted) in the possession of DT Ja= Hamilton. 
Published for Lackington, Allen & Co. Jan'y i, 1804. Size 2 15-16 
X 2 7-16. 



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467 D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. Hopwood from an original Picture in the posses- 
sion of the late General Washington. Pub. Nov. i, 1801, by M. Jones. 
Paternoster Row. Size 3 3-1 6 X 2 8-16. 

486 THE SAME. After the decorated border and vignette at bottom was 
added. 

487 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rect- 
angle, the title beneath the oval. Line. A. Krause. sc. Druck v. 
Zehl. Leipzig. Pramie zum fiinfundzwanzigsten Rande des New Yorker. 
Belletristischen Journals. Size 13 12-16X11 4-16. 

488 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rect- 
angle, title on a tablet beneath the oval. Line. Duplessis, P. Alex' 
TardieUjSC. Size 4 14-16X3 3-16. 

4S9 A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Docteur en Medecine. Ne a Boston 
Capitale de la Province de Massachuset en Amerique le 17 Janvier 1706. 
Oval in an ornamented rectangle, title on a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 
P. Maren del. Sculp. Size 6 6-16X4. Very rare. Full margin. 

490 A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Docteur en Medecine. Ne a Boston 

Capitale de la Province de Massachuset en Amerique, le 17 Janvier, 1706. 

Full bust, fully described in preceding print. Line. P. Maren del. Le 

Beau Sculp. 

Sa Vertu son Courage et sa Simplicite 
De S parte ant retrace le Caradere Antique 
Et cher a la raison, cher a I'Hwnanite 
II Ectaira r Europe et sitava I' Amerique. 

Size 6 4-16X4. Very rare. Full margin. 

491JFRANKLIN. Eripuit Coelo Fulmen, Sceptrumque Tyrannis. Full 
bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. Title beneath the oval. Line. 
Engraved by Cha? Pye from an original Picture by Duplessis in the 
possession of W™ Temple Franklin, Esq^ Published by Henry Colburn, 
London, Octr. 1817. Size 4 14-16X3 1-16. 

492 Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, a tablet be- 
neath the oval. Line. Size3 10-16X 2 4-16. 

Proof hejore all letters and before the tablet was ruled. Very rare in this 
state. 

493 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a 
tablet, upon which is the title. Line. Duplessis Pinxt A\ex^9 Tardieu 
Sculp'. Size 3 1 1-16X 2 4-16. 

494 THE SAME. Proof before the title on the tablet, full margin. Rare 
in this state. 



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493 BE^7. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a 
border and drapery, resting on a tablet upon which is the title. Line. 
From a Painting in the Possession of F. Schwediauer, M.D. in Newman 
Street. W. Angus Sculpt. (Published 1783.) Size 5 12-16X3 9-16. 
Inlaid From the European Magazine. 

496 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a 
base, upon which is the title Line. Size 3 8-16X 2 6-16. Very rare. 

497 BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to right. Rect- 
angle. Line. R. Scott sc. Size 3 2-16X2 6-16. Inlaid. 

498 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Line. 
Eigenthum & Verlag des Bibl. Instituts in Hildburghausen. Size 41-16 
X3 5-16. Two states of the plate. Inlaid. ' 2 pieces 

499 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engd by H. B. Hall Jr. New York. D. Appleton & Co. Size 3 7-16 
X3 15-16. India Proof. 

SCO BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engraved by H. B. Hall from the original picture in Pastel painted from 
life by J. A. Duplessis in 1783, and now in the possession of John Bigelow, 
Esq. Size 5 2-16X3 I5~i6. Proof before letters, a.nd Lettered impression. 

2 pieces 

501 FR.\NKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. C. A. 
Bovara inc, Per \'inc? Ferrario. Size 5X3 8-16. Inlaid. 

502 BENIAMINUS FR.\NKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Line. Michael Bisi del. et scul. 1818 per Dalla Libera. Size 7 3-16 

X5 2-16. Open letter proof. Ver}' rare in this state. 

503 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

504 BENIA:MIN0 franklin. FuII bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Line. Francesco Petrocini dif. e. int. Size 72-16X52-16. Open 
letter proof. Rare in this state. 

505 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Aquatint in colors. 

G. Gallina f. Size 7 1-16X5 2-16. Excessively rare, inlaid, no margin. 

506 BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Lithograph. Lit. di Gio^ Ricordi. Pietro Fontano. Size 7X5 2-16. 

507 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, seated to the left of a 
table, head to right, the left hand holding a pamphlet entitled "Poor 
Richard's Almanac." Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting 
by Chappel in the possession of the publisher &c. Size 7 8-16X5 8-16. 
Proof before all letters on India paper, and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 



46 

508 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Mort le 
17 Avril 1790. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. Bertonnier 
sculp. Size 2 4-16X I 11-16. Six States of the plates, viz., India proof 
before letters ; India proof before the title; India proof with title; Lettered 
impression; India proof with the fancy Ijorder; and impression on a sheet 
with the Biography. 6 pieces 

509 Full bust, head to left. Circular Medallion within a border 

of oak leaves. Stipple. Diameter 3 9-16. Proof before letters. Rare. 

510 THE SAME. Printed in Brown. 

SI I BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, in clouds. 
Vignette. Line. Gaet Bonatti, inc. Size 46-16X4. Scarce. 

512 D? FRANKLIN. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Published by G. Smeeton S? Martin's Church Yard. Size 3 6-16X 
2 15-16. 

513 THE SAME. Pubd by Hodgson & Co. 10 Newgate St. Rare. 

514 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
(Etch'd by H. B. Hall.) Size 44-16X4. Prooj before letters on India 
paper and lettered impression. 2 pieces 

515 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Engraved by R. Page. Published by J. Robins & C? London, 
May 17, 1823. Size 2 12-16X2 10-16. 

516 THE SAME. Inlaid. 

517 BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Lithograph. Lit. Ridolfi., Fabri. Si vende nella Liberia Usigle &c. 
Size 6 14-16 X6 12-16. 

518 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Mauraisse f^ 1826. Lith. de C. Motte. Size 8 8-16X9 8-16. 

519 BENJ^ FRANKLIN. Half length, seated, nearly full face. Oval. 
Stipple. Banks & C? Edin^ Size 3 6-16X 2 12-16. 

520 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Octagonal. Stipple. On a 
sheet with four other portraits. Engraved on Steel by W. T. Fry. Pub^ 
by C. Stocking 3 Paternoster Row June 1827. Size 14-16X 12-16. 

521 THE SAME. Pubd by Sustenance & Stretch. 14 Percy Street, Jany 1830. 

522 Full length, full face, standing in the open, near a stone wall. 

Vignette. Lithograph. Title page " Physique des corps imponderables." 
Size I 11-16X 2 4-16. Rare. 

S23tBENJAMIN FRANKLIN am Hofe zu Versailles. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Heideloff del. Dalbon sc. Size 5 4-16X3 7-16. Rare, inlaid. 



47 

524 Full length, standing in his library. Rectangle. Photo- 
gravure. Size 5X3 5-16. 

525 Bust, head to right, in the border of a Certificate of Member- 
ship, Franklin Hose and Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 28. Instituted 
February 12, 1838. Colored Lithograph. Size of plate 9 8-16X 12 3-16. 

526 THE PHILOSOPHER AND HIS KITE. Rectangle. Mezzotinlo. 
H. S. Saddsc. Size 5 2-16X6 S-16. 

527 Laureated bust on a Pedestal, head to right, in the border of 

a print, entitled, " Etude graphique de la Terre." Vignette. Lithograph. 
Lith. de Langlume. Size of sheet, 8 14-16X 13 12-16. 

528 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Portraits of, various. 15 pieces 

DUPLESSIS TYPE, 
with the Fur Collar. 

529 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Photogravure. Pub- 
lished arid Cop3Tighted 1897 by A. W. Elson & Co. Boston. Size 17 12-16 
X14 6-16. Remarque proof on India paper. 

530 THE SAME. Printed in colors. 

531 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Facsimile Pastel Drawing. 

Size 14 12-16X13 12-16. 

532 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Full 
bust, head to left. Oval. Aquatint. Printed in colors. F. Janinet 
sculp 1789. Avec Privil. du Roi, s Paris chez Janinet rue Haute Feuille, 
N? 5. Size9 14-16X8 4-16. Excessively rare, with full margin. 

533 BENJA:MIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Im- 
primeur Fondateur de la Republique des Etates unis de I'Amerique 
Septentrionale. Mort a Philadelphia in 1790. Full bust, head slightly 
to left. Oval. Stipple printed in colors. Dessine par Desrais. Grave 
par la Cit« Montaland. Size 7X58-16. 

Lower margin and title damaged. Very rare. Engraved by a Wo- 
man, the celebrated Citoyenne Montaland. 

534 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with fancy 
scroll-work around the lower part. Line. Bureau, Engraving & Print- 
ing. Size 2 3-16X2 2-16. 

535 Full bust, head to right. Oval with a small border. Line. 

Bald, Cousland & Co. Phil^ Size i 11-16X i 7-16. Proof. 

536 BENJAAIIN FRANKLIN. Gesandter der vereinigten Nordameri- 
kanischen Staaten an dem Franzosischen Hofe. Gebohren zu Boston d. 
17' Jan. 1706. Gestorben zu Philadelphia im April 1790. Full bust, 
head to left. Oval with a border. Line. Size 3 8-16X3 3-16. 



48 

537 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Line. 
Size 4 3-16X3 9-16. 

538 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. (Physician et Philosophe) Member de la 
Societe Royale de Londres &c. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 
Dessine d'apres le portrait peint par Duplessis a Paris en 1778, et Grave 
par Ambroise Tardieu. Size 42-16X34-16. 

539 Bust, head to left. Oval. Line. Size 23-16X1 10-16. 

India Prooj on large paper. 

540 THE SAME. India Proof, unmounted. 

541 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Portraits of. Oval. 3 pieces 

542 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. Etched 

by Henri Lefort from an original painting by Duplessis presented by 
George A. Lucas to the W. H. Huntington Collection of Americana, 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, N. Y. Size 16 4-16X 12 4-16. Artist's 
remarque proof, signed. 

Published by the Grolier Club of New York. 

543 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. Jacques 

Reich sc. Size 16 4-16X 12 4-16. Artist's Remarque Proof, signed. 

No. 20 of only 20 copies printed. 

544 FRANKLIN (and title in Russian). Full bust, head to right. Rect- 
angle. Line. 5126413-16X315-16. 

545 Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. Size 4 6-16 

X 3 lo-i 6. Proof before letters. 

546 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Mezzo- 
tinlo. J. D. Gross sc. Size 4 12-16X3 13-16. 

547 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle in a border resembling 
a frame, suspended by a ring. Stipple. Disegnato ed inciso da M'5 
Pekenino in America i822,Sopra la Miniatura di Janinet. Size 6X4 9-16. 

548 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left. 
Rectangle. Line. From a French Painting. Carter, Andrews & Co. 
sc. Size 3 7-16X2 13-16. Inlaid. 

549 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. Duplessis, J. 
Andrews. From the original picture by Duplessis, in the possession of 
Mrs. Barnett of Paris. Size 3 8-16X3 7-16. 

550 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
F. Weber sc. Size 3 2-16X3 3-16. 



49 

551 BENJA FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left Vignettes. Line. 
Size 3 8-16X3. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

552 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Litie. Engt^by R W. Dodson from a Painting by J. B. Longacre after 

n original Miniature in the possession of W. J. Duane Esq. Size 4 8-16 
X3 1 1 -1 6. India proof on large paper. 

Autograph presentation copy jrom the Engraver, to IF. G. Armstrong, 
Engraver. 

553 THE SAME. Later impre.ssion. India paper. 

554 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle, with 
arabesque border, in the lower portion of which is a vignette of the 
"Declaration of Independence." Stipple. J. S. Duplessis. W. J. 
Edwards. Size 8 7-16X6. India proof before letters, and lettered im- 
pression. 2 pieces 

555 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle in an ornamented 
border, the title in the upper part. Stipple. Engraved by W. T. Frj'. 
Published by Tho^ Tegg. Cheapside. Size 4 2-16X 2 10-16. Inlaid. 

556 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle in a border re- 
sembling a frame suspended from a hook. Stipple. Janinet P. Peke- 
ninosc. Size 2 14-16X2 2-16. Open letter proof, inlaid. 

557 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, fully described in the preceding 
print. Stipple. Scoles sculp. Size 2 15-16X 2 2-16. Inlaid. 

558 FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN). Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Line. A. Dutillois sculp. Size 2 2-16X1 10-16. Six states, viz., India 
proof before letters without border; Lettered impression with border of 
three lines; Without the border, over a short Biographical sketch in 
French; Without the border on a sheet with a Biographical sketch of 
three columns; & with fancy border (2 varieties). 6 pieces 

559 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. From a French Painting. Engraved by T. Wright Size 
3 8-16X2 13-16. 

560 FuU bust, head to left. Octagonal. Line. With a 

portrait of Stephen Girard, and a Ship in the center over which is " Fast 
Colours." Size 15-16X 12-16. 

561 SEUME, H. ZSCHOKKE, BENJ FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to 
left, in a group of three. Vignette. Lithograph. Size 8X6 12-16. 

562 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Platinotype. Size 

II 3-16X8 11-16. 

4 



so 

563 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Original Contem- 
porary Watercolor, to which has been added a base in which is a burning 
glass, crocodile, &c., and the inscription, "Par ses soms a jamais mem- 
orables et chers cet Astre bienfaisant a fu rompe nos fers." Size 5 6-16 

X4 14-16. 

A very beautijully executed Contemporary Water Color Portrait by 
a French Artist of considerable merit. 

564TBENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre, 
le 17 Janvier 1706. Nearly half length, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval in a rectangle resting on a base ; under the base in a tablet : 
Honneur du nouveau monde et de I'humanite, 
Ce Sage aimahle et vrai les guide et les eclaire, 
Comme im autre Mentor, il cache a I'oeil vulgaire, 
Sous les traits d'un mortel, une divinite, par Mr. Feuiry 
Line. Duplessis Pin.xit. P. PI. Sculp. Size 10 6-16X 7. Rare. 

565 THE SAME. Later impression. 

566 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston dans la nouvelle Angleterre le 
17 Janvier 1706. Half length, head three-quarters to left, fully described 
in the preceding print. Line. Duplessis Pinxt Parisiis 1778. Chevillet 
Sculpsit. Tire du Cabinet de M. Le Ray de Chaumont &9 Size 10 6-16 

X7- 

A close copy oj Lot ^64, hut with the head to left. 

567 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Compagnon Imprimeur, Ministre Plenipo- 
tentiare des 14 Etats-Unis de I'Amerique Septentrionale, Ne a Boston, 
Capitale de la Nouv- Angleterre le 17 Janv. 1706. Mort a Philadelphie en 
Avril 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle, 
resting on a base. The oval encircled with oak leaves. Over the oval 
14 stars. On the base a roll. Liberty cap, and some books; on the edge 
of the base the following inscription: "I'Amour de la Patrie et de la 
Liberte." "Eripuit Coelo Fulmen Sceptrum que Tyrannis." Line. 
Labadye del Voyez Junior Sculp. Dessine et Grave sous la direction du 
S": Dejabin, Editeur de la Collection des Portraits de M. M. les Deputes, 
Place du Carouzel. N? 4. Size 810-16X54-16. 

Brilliant impression with full margin. Rare. 

5(,8 Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle, 

fully described in the preceding print. Line. Le Bert aqua forti 1790. 
Size 8 10-16X S- Early trial Proof before the Lettering. Very rare. 
A close copy oj Lot 567. 

569 D. BENIAMIN FR^NCKLIN. Grand Comissaire plenipotentiaire 
du Congres d'Arnerique en France n^ a Boston 1706, en 17. Janvier. 
Nearly half-length, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle. 
Mczzotinto. desine par C N. Cochin Chev. de I'Ordre du Roi a Paris 
1777. Se vend a Londres chez Thorn Hart. Size 7 13-16X6 3-16. 
Fine impression. Very rare. ' 




^rarD Com^/^/airc plempotenhaire '?n (on^rej ^?'-Arnen^Lie en.' r ranee 
^ ne CL 'Boston J7o6. cjz JJ.'yanarie'r: 



570 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. The Statesman and Philosopher. Full 
bust, head to right. Oval in an ornamented rectangle. Colored Litho- 
graph. Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier 152 Nassau St. Cor. of Spruce, N. Y. 
(Copyright 1847) Size 11 12-16X9. 

571 BENJAMIN'FRANCKLIN. Ne a Boston, en 1706. Mort a Philadel- 
phie, le 17 Avril 1790. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, rest- 
ing on a base upon which is the title. Line. A Paris Chez Menard & 
Desenne Rue Git le Coeur No 8. Size 59-16X38-16. Open letter 
proof with only the name " Francklin " on the base. Very rare. 

572 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

573 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Ministre Plenipotentiaire des Etats Unis de 
I'Amerique pres S. M. le Roi de France. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. 
Mort h Philadelphia en Avril 1790. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a 
rectangle, resting on a base upon which is the title. Line. Ft. Janet sc. 
Size 58-16X3 11-16. Proof before all letters. Rare. 

574 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

575 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Line and Stipple. Eng<^ by Geo. E. Perine, N. Y. Size 3 12-16X 4 4-16. 
India proof. 

576 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. From the 
original picture by Duplessis in the possession of Mrs. Barnett of Paris, 
with a wood-cut of Franklin's original Electric Machine. Size 3 8-16X3. 

577 Original pencil drawing of Franklin's Electric Machine. 

578 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. Vernier del. 
Lemaitre. dir. Delaistre sc. Size 3 3-16X3 6-16. Two states of the 
plate.  2 pieces 

579 FRANKLIN. Half length, head to left. Vignette. Line and Stipple. 

E. Dentu. Ed. 13. Gal. d'Orleans (Pal. R) Paris, Eugene Leguay 
sculp. Size 4X4 2-16. India proof. 

580 FRANKLIN CITOYEN DES ETATS-UNIS. Half length, head to 
left. Vignette. Etched. Size 3 8-16X2 8-16. 

581 BENJAJVIIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

F. Weber sc. durch Kunst-Verlag. W. Creuzbauer in Carlsruhe. Size 
32-16X34-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

582 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. Bouvier sc. 
1833. Size 3 4-16X3 2-16. Four states of the plate. 4 pieces 

583 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Duplessis gem. Stahlstich von Carl Mayer. Size 3 2-16X3 2-16. 



52 

584 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. Gaet. 
Marmocchi dis, Innoc. Migliaxacca, inc. Size 3 4-16X3 10-16. Rare. 

585 Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. J. A. J. 

Wilcox sc. Size 3 4-16X3 2-16. India proof on large paper. 

586 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Lith. V. Honegger. Size 6X54-16. 

587 FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Litho- 
graphed & Published by J. H. Bufford, 313 Washington St. Boston. 
Sizes 8-16X8 2-16. 

588 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. Pub- 
lished by J. Douval, 52 Ann St., N. Y. Size 9X8 12-16. 

589 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. B. 
1840 A Paris rue S? Jacques, 5. Size 9 10-16X8 10-16. 

590 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Peint d'apres nature pour la Famille, Expose au Salon de 1779. 
Size 9 2-16X9 8-16. 

591 Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Size 

914-16X98-16. India Proof. 

592 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette, within a WTeath of 
Laurel Leaves. Lithograph. Boston, Lithographed & Published by L. 
H. Bradford & Co. Size 8 10-16X8 12-16. India proof. 

593 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, head to left. Vignette. 
Lithograph. L. Grozelier. From a painting by Greuze, at the Boston 
Athenaeum formerly owned by Jefferson. Size 13 12-16X13. hidia 
proof. 

594 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Lithograph. Gemalt von Duplessis. Auf Stein gez von Catharina 
Luja. Size 9 14-16X 10 4-16. 

595 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. En- 
graved by J. Thomson. From an original Picture by J. A. Duplessis in 
the posse.ssion of Mr. Barnet Consul General of the United States of 
America at Paris. Published by W9 S. Orr & C? London. Size 
413-16X4. Seven states of the plate. 7 pieces 

596 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. En- 
graved by J. Thomson from an original picture by J. A. Duplessis. 
William Mackenzie, London, Edinburgh & Glasgow. Size 5 1-16X 
3 15-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 



S3 

597 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle with a border. 
Stipple. "Inauguration of the Statue of Franklin, Boston, Sep? 17* 
1856." Size I 13-16X I 9-16. Rare. 

598 Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Bank Note Vignette. 

Line. Size i 6-16X1 3-16. Proof. 

599 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN, all with fur collars. French Litho- 
graph. Octavo, aU different. 6 pieces 

600 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN. Engraved. All with fur collar and 
all different. 9 pieces 

601 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN on Stock Certificates & Bank notes. 

8 pieces 

602 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN. AU with fur collar. Woodcut and 
Process. 13 pieces 

BONNEVILLE TYPE. 

603 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Nd a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Eripuit 
coelo fulmen sceptrum que tyrannis. Half length, seated, nearly full 
face, the right hand held open; on a desk to the front a paper entitled 
"Philadelphia" and a pair of spectacles. Rectangle with a border, in 
lower part of which is a tablet with the title. Line. Bononie apud 
Ludovicum Inig. D. A. S. Scul. Size 13 5-16X9 5-16. Very rare. 

604 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Eripuit 
coelo fulmen sceptrum que tyrannis. Half length, nearly full face, fully 
described in the preceding print. Line. Print par Madame Filleul. 
Gravd par Cathelin, Graveur du Roi. A. Paris chez M. Boquet rue Com- 
tesse d'Artois vis-a-vis celle Mauconseil. Size 13 6-16X9 5-16. Rare. 

605 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ministre Plenipotentiaire a la Cour de 
France pour la Republique des Provinces unies de I'Amerique Septen- 
trionale. Ne a Boston, le 17. Janvier 1706. Full bust, head three- 
quarters to right, with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base, 
supported by a figure of Diogenes and his lantern; over the oval a liberty 
cap on a spear; in the upper left-hand corner a flying dove with a ribbon; 
to the right a tree and a large tub; in the lower right-hand corner an eagle 
standing on a document entitled "Ameriq Septent."; in the lower left- 
hand corner a bunch of beets ; on a base upon which the oval rests is the 
motto "Stupete Gentes! Reperit vivum Diogenes." Line. N. L. G. 
D. L. C. A. D. L. del. et Sculp. Presente a son Excellence quelle a 
acceptei? le 14 Juillet 1780. par son tres Humble et tres obeissant Serviteur 
Bligny. A Paris chez Bligny Lander du Roi, M'! d'Estampes, Peinlre, 
Doreitr et Vilrier, Cour du Manege aux Thuillcries. Size 10 1 1-16X 8 1-16. 

606 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Full bust, 
nearly full face. Oval. Aquatint in Brown. E. Gosselin sc. Size 
7 3-16X6 2-16. 



54 

607 THE SAME in black. 

608 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head slightly to left. Vignette. 
Lithograph. Imp. Litho. de M^'.''" Formentin. Size 64-16X6 6-16. 

609 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N^ a Boston en 1706, mort le 17 A\Til 1790. 
Full bust, head slightly to right. Vignette. Lithograph. Lith. du 
Ducarme, Julien. Size 4 8-16X S 4-16. 

610 Half length, seated, full face, the right hand resting on a 

paper entitled "Philadelphia." Rectangle. Line. Size 5 7-16X3 14-16- 
Proof before all letters. Very rare. 

611 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, le 17 Janvier 1706. Im- 
primeur, et fondateur de la Republique des Provinces unis de I'Amerique 
Septentri=4'«^ Mort a Philadelphie in 1 790. Full bust, head slightly to right. 
Oval. Stipple. F. Bonneville Deli. Gautier Sculp. Size 4 6-16 
X 3 8-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

612 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head slightly to right. Oval. Line. 
Size3 10-16X3. Very rare. 

613 FRANKLIN. Nd a Boston le 17 Janv"! 1706. Mort a Philadelphie en 
1790. Full bust, head slightly to left. Oval. Stipple. F. Bonneville 
del. Delatour sculp. Size 2 6-16X2 1-16. 

614 Full bust, head slightly to right. Oval. Stipple. To 

the left of a similar Portrait of Voltaire. Size 2 5-16X1 15-16. Ex- 
tremely scarce. 

615 BENJAMAIN FRANKLIN. N^ a, Boston en 1790, mort le 17 Avril 1790. 
Full bust, head slightly to right. Oval in a rectangle. Line. Maria 
Miou sculp. Size 4 6-16X3. 

616 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head slightly to left. Oval 
festooned with oak leaves, resting on a base upon which is inscribed ' ' VIR' ' ; 
on the base an eagle, books, and papers. Line. T. Pelicier, Sculp 1782. 
Size 6 2-16X3 12-16. Scarce. 

617 Le Sellier de Varsovie. Full bust, head slightly to right. 

Vignette. L/»e. Ferdinand Sc( Size 28-16X26-16. Two states 
of the plate, one being lettered "Franklin (Benjamin) Nd a Boston en 
1706. Mort en 1790." 2 pieces 

618 THE SAME. Lettered, "Franklin (Benjamin) Ne a Boston en 1706. 
Mort en 1790. Publie par Blaisot." 

619 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head slightly to right. Oval in a 
rectangle resting on a base upon which is the title. Line. Goldar. Sculp? 
Sizes 13-16X3 10-16. 



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55 

620 — Full bust, full face. Circular. Lithograph. Diameter 

•2 7-16. Very rare. 

621 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head slightly to right. Rect- 
angle. Liyie. Size4 1-16X2 15-16. Inlaid. 

622 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN, all different. 3 pieces 

ELMER TYPE. 

623 Half-length, seated, head nearly in profile to right with eye- 
glasses, reading a paper held in the right hand, the left hand resting 
on a book entitled " Observation on the Nature of Civil Liberty &c." Rect- 
angle in a border. Line. Painted by S. Elmer, A. Engraved by T. 
Ryder. Published Feb'.^ i^' 1787 by Benj9 Beale Evans. Poultry, 
London. Size 13 8-16X11 .13-16. Cut close to print on top and side. 
Rare. Second state of the plate. 

624 THE POLITICIAN (D^ BEN J. FRANKLIN). Half-length, seated, 
fully described on the preceding print. Rectangle in a border. Line. 
Painted by S. Elmer A. Engraved by T. Ryder. The original plate. 
Republished July i, 1824 by Z. Sweet 38 Chancery Lane. Size 13 8-16 
X II 13-16. Full margin. Third state of the plate. 

625 THE POLITICIAN. Half-length, seated, fully described in print Lot 
No. 623. Rectangle in a border. Line. Painted by S. Elmer. A. 
Engraved by T. Ryder. Published as the Act directs. May i^' 1782 by 
T. Ryder & Sold by A. Torre and J. Thane No. 28 Hay Market. Size 
13 8-16X11 11-16. First state of the plate. Rare. 

626 THE POLITICIAN. Half-length, seated, fully described in print No. 
623. Rectangle, without border. Line. S. Elmer, pinxt. T. Ryder 
Sculp. London, S. Russell, Edinburgh, Rob'. Simpson — London Acker- 
man & Co. Size 10 2-16X8 6-16. Fourth state of the plate. 

627 D^ BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Eripuit coelo fulmen Sceptrumque 
Tyrannis. Half-length, seated, fully described in Print No. 623. Rect- 
angle. Line. J. G. Walker, sculp. Size 41-16X36-16. Three 
states of the plate. 3 pieces 

COCHIN TYPE. 

628 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre 
le 17. Janvier, 1706. Three-quarter length, head three-quarters to 
right with spectacles, standing to the left of a table upon which the left 
hand is resting on a paper beside an inkstand, pen, seal, &c., a paper 
in the right hand; a curtain drawn aside to the left. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Dessine par C. N. Cochin Chevalier de I'Ordre du Roi, en 
1777. Joh. Martin Will e.xcudit Aug. Vind. Size 13X9 6-16. 

A Beaitlijul Brilliant impression oj this very rare print. See re- 
duced jacsimile. 



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629 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre 
le 17. Janvier, 1706. Three-quarter length, head three-quarters to 
right with spectacles, fur cap and fur-trimmed coat, standing to the 
left of a table upon which are a package of papers, inkstand, pen, and 
seal; the right hand holding a paper, the left hand extended and 
fingers resting on the edge of the table; a curtain drawn aside to the right. 
Rectangle. Mczzotinto. Dessine par C. N. Cochin, Chevalier de I'Ordre 
du Roi, en 1777. Joh. Martin Will exudit Aug. Vind, Size 13X9 6-16. 

An entirely different, print jrom the preceding and oj the greatest rarity. 

630 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born at Boston, January 17* 1706, Died 
at Philadelphia, April ij'-^ 1790. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle 
with border resembling a frame. Stipple. Painted by C. N. Cochin, 
1777. Engraved by B. Tanner. Published by R. P & C. Williams 
No 2 Cornhill Square. Boston 1823. Size 612-16X514-16. Full 
margin. Very scarce. 

631 D« BENJ^ FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
London, Published by William Cole, 10 Newgate Street, Jan. 9, 1825. 
Size 4 10-16X3 12-16. Four states of the plate. 4 pieces 

632 D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. Pub- 
lished (Aug 22 181 2) by G. Smeeton S' Martin's Lane. Size 3 6-16 
X2 11-16. 

633 BENIAMINO FRANCKLIN. Full length, head to right, seated partly 
to the left of a table, upon which the left hand is resting near some books, 
inkstand, &c. A Franklin stove to the right, a window to the left. 
Rectangle. Stipple. G. B. Bosio dir, G. A. Sasso inc. Size 6 12-16 
X4 10-16. Rare. 

634 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle with a tablet in the 
lower portion with tide. Etching. Drawn by Cochin. Engraved by 
G. Cooke, London. Publish'd by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, Poultry. 
1827. Size 3 12-16X 2 7-16. 

635 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle with a tablet in the 
lower portion with title. Etching. Scoles sculp. Size 4 4-16X2 14-16. 
Rare. 

636 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Octagonal. Stipple. 
N. Cochin del. F. Bolt sc, 1822. Zwickau, b. d. Geb. Schumann. 
Size 3 5-16X 2 9-16. 

637 BENJAMEN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre 
le 17. Janvier 1706. FuU bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. 
Mczzotinto. Dessind par C. N. Cochin Chevalier de I'Ordre du Roi. 
J. S. Negges Sculps, et exc. Size 8 9-16X6 6-16. 

Choice Brilliant impression, and very rare. See reduced jacsimile on 
cover. 



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638 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre 
le 17 Janvier 1706. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border in a 
rectangle, over a tablet on which is the title. Line. Dessine par C. N. 
Cochin de 1' Ordre du Roi, en 1777, et Grave par Aug de S' Aubin Graveur 
de la Biblitheque du Roi. Se vend a Paris ches C. N. Cochin au.x Galleries 
du Louvre, et chez Aug de S'. Aubin, rue des Mathurins. Size 7 8-16 

X 5 7-16. 

639 THE SAME. Before the publisher's address. 

640 THE SAME. Before the Artist's or Publisher's address. 

641 THE SAME. Early trial proof. 

642 BENJA FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Engraved by Geo. E. Ferine, N. Y. for the Eclectic, after 
Drawing by C. N. Cochin, 1777. Size 7 8-16X 5 7-16. 

643 Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Line and 

supple. Drawn by C. N. Cochin, 1777. Engraved by John A. O'Neill 
1856. New York 1856, Published by Elias De.xter, 562 Broadway. 
Size 10 4-16X8 14-16. 

644 D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bevolmagtigter des Americanischen 
Congresses in Franckreich, geb, zu Boston d. 17 Jan. 1706. Full bust, 
head to right. Oval with a border in a rectangle, resting on a base upon 
which is the title. Line. I. C. J. Fritzsch sc, 1778. Size 5 13-16 
X 3 6-16. Very rare. 

64s BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a 
border in a rectangle, over a tablet upon which is the title. Line. C. 
Westermayr F. Size 5 8-16X3 5-16. Very rare. 

Beneath the portrait is added in pmnuscript, "Eripnit coclo ftdmen 
Sceplriimque tyrannis," -which is said to be in the hand oj Lavatcr, jrom 
whose collection it came. 

646 D" BENIAMIN FRANKLIN, gebohrn zu Boston den 17, Jan™ 1706. 
Half length, head to right, the left hand holding a paper. Oval with a 
border cut off at sides in a rectangle. Line. (Engraved by Raspe.) 
Size 6 2-16X3 9-16. 

647 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Half 
length, fully described in the preceding print, of which this is a close copy. 
Aquatint. Size 6 1-16X3 9"i6. 

648 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, born at Boston, the 17th JanY 1706. Full 
bust, head to right. Oval with a border, in a rectangle, over a tablet 
upon which is the title. Line. Engraved for the Universal Magazine. 
Printed for T. Hinton at the Kings Arms, in Paternoster Row. Size 
59-16X3 S-16. 



58 

649 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, im Hauskleide. Full bust, head to right. 
Oval with a border. Line. Size 3 12-16X3 6-16. Rare. 

650 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. On a title-page 

of "Works of the late Doctor Benjamin Franklin. &c. London 1793." 
Size I 10-16X I 8-16. 

651 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to right. 
Oval. Line. W. Harrison JunT Sculp. "For the American Universal 
Magazine." Size 3 12-16X2 15-16. Rare. 

6S1JTHE SAME. Inlaid. 

652 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border, sus- 
pended by a ring tied with a ribbon. Stipple. C. Glassbach Sc. Size 
2 13-16X2 4-16. Excessively rare. 

653 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Mezzotinto. Drawn by 

C. N. Cochin 1777. Engraved by S. H. Gimber. Size 11 12-16X9 2-16. 
Prooj. 

654 BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border. 
supple. Drawn by C. N. Cochin 1777. Eng^ by A. H. Ritchie. Size 
55-16X4 12-16. 

655 THE SAME. Before the border. 

656 THE SAME. India proof before the border. 

657 Dl* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border; over 
the oval clouds with diverging rays ; beneath the oval electrical apparatus. 
Line. G. M. Brighty, D. J. Brown, s. Published by T. Kinnersley 
June i^' 1816. Size 6 10-16X4 2-16. 

658 THE SAME. Without the Artists' names. "London, Published by J. 
McGowan." 

659 Full bust, head to right. Circular. Stipple in Brown. 

Diameter i 7-16. Very rare. 

660 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Line. Diameter i 9-16 

Xi 8-16. Very rare. 

661 D« FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border of two 
lines. Stipple. Size 3 9-16X2 14-16. Rare. 

662 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Line. R. 1829. Scarce. 

From "The Works oj Cooper, American, Vol. xxx. Notions oj the 
Americans, Vol. II, Zwickau, iSsg," with title-page. 

663 DR. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Oval with border of one 
line. Stipple. The heading to a Biographical sketch. Holl. Sculp. 
Size 2 1-16X1 10-16. 



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664 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born at Boston, in New England Janr 1 7th 
1706. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. M. Gauci del. 
Printed by C. HuUmandel. Size 5 4-16X4 12-16. India Proof. '■ 

665 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right Vignette. Stipple. Hollyer. 
Size 3 4-16X2 8-16. India Proof and Sighted Proa}. 2 pieces 

666 BENJ? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Cochin. Pt. 1777. Eng by H. Wright Smith. Size 3X2 10-16. India 
Proof before letters, India Proof, and Lettered impression. ' 3 pieces 

667 D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Size 
2 5-16X1 15-16. Very rare. 

668 D" FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple in 
Brown. H. Brocas sc. Size 2 6-16X i 15-16. Rare. 

669 FRANCKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching.  C. N. 
Cochin. Imp. de Liadieres r. S? Jacques. 171. Paris. Size 28-16 
X 2 4-16. 

670 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette, on a 
sheet with Portraits of MoUendorff, Laudon, Schill, and Kleist. Stipple. 
G. Seperelt. Size 2X18-16. Very rare. 

671 D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette in a wreath of 
olive leaves. Stipple. Size i S-16X i 1-16. Very rare. 

672 D. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. Circular medallion with a 
border, in the upper part of which is the title; festooned on either side 
with olive branches and palm leaves. Line. C. Schule fee. Lyps. 1788. 
On the title-page of " Anleitung zum Selbstunterricht auf der Harmonika 
von Johann Christian MiiUer, Leipzig, 1788." Diameter 2 4-16. Rare. 

673 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. . N^ a Boston, dans la ijouveUe Angleterre le 
17, Janvier, 1 706. Three-quarter length, head three-quarters to left, with 
fur cap and coat trimmed with fur, seated in a chair, to the right of a table 
upon which are some papers, one entitled "A Monsieur, Monsieur, 
Franklin a Paris" ; a paper held in the left hand, the right hand thrust into 
the breast; a curtain drawn aside to the left disclosing some books. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Joh. Lorenz Rugendas Sculp, et e.xcud. Aug. 
Vind. Size 11 14-16X8 14-16. 

Very rare. Beautiful Brilliant impression, with wide margin. See 
reduced facsimile. . . >< 

674 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. FuU bust, head to left. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by Romney. Size 2 8-16X1 12-16. 

67s THE SAME. 



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676 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born at Boston January the 17* 1706. 
Full bust, head to left. Circular. Stipple, Printed in colors. C. Ruotte 
Sculp. Diameter 5 6-16. 

Fine impression, -with full margin. Excessively rare. 

677 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette in a border resembling a frame. Line. Size 2 9-16X2 1-16. 
Scarce. 

678 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston, dans la nouvelle Angleterre 
le 17. Janvier 1706. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border, in a 
rectangle, over a tablet upon which is the title. Etching. Size 7 9-16 
X S 9-16. Excessively rare. 

679 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston dans la N>.'= Angleterre le 17. 
Janvier, 1 706. Full bust, head to left. Circular medallion with a border, 
the title beneath the bust within the circle. Stipple in Brown. Diameter 
3 I -1 6. Very rare. 

6S0 D. BENIAMIN FRANKLIN, Grand Comissaire plenopotentiaire du 
Congres d' Amerique en France, nd a Boston, 1706, en 17 Janvier. 
Half length, head three-quarters to left, with fur cap, a paper in the left 
hand. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. desine par C. N. Cochin Chev. 
de I'Ordre du Roi a Paris 1777. Se vend a Londres chez Thorn, Hart. 
Size 7 13-16X 6 3-16. 

Brilliant impression with jull margin; excessively rare. 

681 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston dans la Nouvelle Angleterre, 
le 17 Janvier 1706. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border in a 
rectangle, over a tablet upon which is the title. Line. Size 7 9-1 6 X 
5 5-16. Prooj bejore the Engravers name. Very rare. 

682 D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, et vita inter Americanos acta, et magnis 
electricitatis periculis clarus. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur cap and spectacles. Oval with a border in a rectangle, resting 
on a base upon which is the title. Mezzotinto. I. Elias Haid Sculp. 
1780. Size 8 1-16X5 2-16. 

Fine impression, rare. 

683 D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, et vita inter Americanos acta, et magnis 
electricitatis periculis clarus. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with 
fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle, on a base upon which is 
the title. Mezzotinto. Size 8 1-16X 5 2-16. 

Although lettered the same as the preceding print by Haid, still it is 
a different plate. The difference can be easily distinguished by comparing 
the fur cap and the vest. Very rare. 

684 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a bor- 
der in a rectangle, resting on a base, upon which is the title. Stipple. 
L. A. Claessens Sculp. Size 5 12-16X3 7-16. 



6i 

68s BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left. 
Oval with a border in a rectangle, resting on a tablet upon which is 
the title. Line. T. Cook sc. Size 5 6-16X3 8-16. 

686 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Ne a Boston dans la nouvelle Angleterre, 
Imprimeur et fondateur de la Republique des ^tats unis de L'Amerique — 
Septentrionale. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle over a 
tablet upon which is the title. Stipple. A Paris chez Bance, Rue 
Zacharie No. 72. Size 6 6-16X3 11-16. Very rare. 

687 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head tc left. 
Oval with a border in a rectangle, over a tablet with the title. Line. 
"From The Town and Country Magazine." Size 5 6-16X3 8-16. 
Inlaid. 

688 D" FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur cap 
and spectacles. Oval. Mezzotinto. Pub"? Feb^ 1784 by Whitworth 
& Yates, Birmingh. Size 5 6-16X4 5-16. 

Fine impression, excessively rare. 

689 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Prasident des Congresses zu Philadelphia, 
geb zu Boston d. 17. Jan. 1706, gest. d. 17. Apr. 1790. Full bust, head to 
left. Oval with border of one line. Stipple. C. F. Sprinck sc. Dresden, 
1796. Size 3 10-16X3 2-16. 

Excessively rare. 

690 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. One of the American 
Plenipotentiaries at the Court of France. Full bust, head to left. Oval 
with a border. Line. Pollard sculp. Engraved for Murrays History of 
the American War. Size 4 4-16X3 5-16. 

691 The Art of Making Money Plenty in every Man's Pocket. 

By D": Franklin. Full bust, head to left. Oval over a scroll upon which 
is the title; over the oval a ribbon and roses and olive branches. Stipple. 
Size 4 12-16X3 10-16. Reprint. 

692 D'' BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval over 
which is a ribbon and rose branches. Stipple. Engraved by P. R. 
Maverick 65 Liberty Street. Size 3 13-16X2 15-16. First state, rare. 

693 THE SAME. 2d State. 

694 THE SAME. 3d State. 

69s LTLLUSTIE VOLTAIRE, Ne en 1694. Mort en 1778. J. Jacques 
Rousseau, Ne en 1712. Mort en 1778. Le Celebre Francklin: Ne en 
1706. Mort en 1790. The three portraits in a group in a circular 
medallion with a border, around which is inscribed "Voltaire ne en 1694, 
Mort en 1778. J. J.Rousseau Ne en 1712. Mort en 1778: B. Francklin, 
Ne en 1706. Mort en 1790"; over the portrait within the border, " Le 
Flambeau de I'Univers." Stipple. A Paris chez Dumarais Rue du 
Bon Puits No 6, Quartier S' Victor. Diameter 2 4-16. E.xlremely rare. 



62 

696 D» FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Pub- 
lished No": I?' 1784, by Whitworth & Yates, Bradford Street. Size 

4 5-16X3 11-16. 

697 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lith- 
ograph. Lith. V Baisch, Druek v. Ed. Pietzsch & C? Dresden. Size 

5 2-16X4 12-16. 

698 D" FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple in red. 
Ja^ Newton sculpsit. Size 2 6-16X1 15-16. Very rare. 

699 THE SAME. Printed in Brown, with full margin. Very rare. 

700 D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Size 
2 5-16X1 15-16. Rare. 

Different plate jrom the preceding, but a very close copy. 

701 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. Size 
I 4-16X1 2-16. Rare. 

702 BENJ : FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border. 
Line. C. Eilig Sculp. Size 2 5-16X i 13-16. Extremely rare. 

703 The Art of Making Money Plenty in every Man's Pocket 

by Doctor Franklin. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple, colored. 
The heading to an Enigma, in colors. Published by Sotheran & Son, 10, 
Little Tower Street, London, 1844. Size of whole sheet 12X8 1-16. 
Rare. 

704 FRANKLIN, J. J. ROUSSEAU, VOLTAIRE. The three portraits on a 
monument, on the lower portion of which is a tablet inscribed, " Aux Amis 
de la Verite La Posterite Reconnoisante"; over and on each side are 
cherubim writing in books, and one placing a wreath on a liberty cap at 
the top of the monument. Circular medallion, with a border, the title 
in the border. Stipple. Diameter 3 2-16. Rare. 

705 LE TOMBEAU DE VOLTAIRE. Representing Dr Franklin in the 
Garb of an Indian, besides full-length figures of Catharine of Russia, 
Prince Oronoco, and a Negro, being driven from the tomb of Voltaire 
by the Demon Fury, &c. Line. L. N. inv. C. M. Sculp. Se vend a 
Paris chez Alebert M"? d'Estampes, au Palais Royal. Size 8X12 6-16. 

706 LE TOMBEAU DE VOLTAIRE FONDROYE. Representing Dr. 
Franklin in the garb of an Indian, beside full-length figures of Catharine 
of Russia, Prince Oronoco, and a Negro, advancing towards the tomb 
of Voltaire, which is guarded by the figure of Faith holding a cross, &c. 
Line. Vachez. inv. Derais del. Letelie Sculp. Size 6 14-16X 109-16. 
Rare. 

707 PORTRAITS OF FR.\NKLIN. After Cochin. 6 pieces 



63 

708 Bust, head to right, resting on the top of a monument; 

to the right, shipping; to left, the figure of America; over all an eagle 
with a ribbon in its beak, entitled, " Economy is Wealth," being the 
Vignette on the Announcement of "The Grolier Club 29 East 32d Street 
Annual Meeting, Jan. 25th, igo6." 

NINI TYPE. 

709 FRANKLIN. Full bust with fur cap, in profile to left. Oval in a rect- 
angle. Embossed on a brown and yellow background. Size 7X 5 12-16. 
Rare. 

710 BENJA:MIN franklin. Ne a Boston le 17 Janvier 1706. Mort a 
Philadelphia le ig Avril 1790. II consacra ses jours au bonheur les 
humains, Et fit Tomber les fers des Ses concitoyens. Full bust, head to 
right, with fur cap. Oval with a border in a rectangle resting on a base 
upon which is the title; beneath the oval, olive branches. Line. Size 
8 4-16X5 10-16. 

711 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Ne a Boston dans la NouveUe Angleterre 
le 17 Janvier 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur-trimmed cap. Oval 
with a border in a rectangle resting on a base upon which is the title. 
Line. Desrayes del. le Beau scul. A Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, 
rue S' Jacques a la Ville de Coutances, A. P. D. R. Size 6 8-16X4 6-16. 

712 BENJ^ FRANKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to left, with fur cap. 
Line. Scoles sc. Size 3 15-16X3 1-16. First state. 

713 THE SAME. Later state, without engraver's name, and face stippled. 

714 BENJ? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to left, with fur cap. 
Oval. Line. W. Grainger Sculpt Size 3 15-16X3 2-16. 

715 D^ BENJA:MIN franklin. FuU bust, head in profile to left, with 
fur cap. Oval. Line. R. Gray Sculp? Published by W. Falconer, 
Glasgow, 1814. Size 3 4-16X2 12-16. 

716 BENJ^ franklin. Full bust, head in profile to left, with fur cap. 
Oval. Stipple. Eng"^ from an old Print by J. A. O'Neill. Size4 2-i6X 
3 6-16. 

717 D? FRANKLIN. Bust, head in profile to right, with fur cap. Vignette. 
Line. Size 2 2-16X1 6-16. 

718 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (with four lines of script in French). Full 
bust, head in profile to right, with fur cap. Oval. Line. Heath Sculp' 
From a Medallion in the possession of D'! Lettsom. Size 3 2-16X2 11-16. 

719 D*^ BENJAMIN FR.\NKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to right, 
with fur cap. Oval. Line. E. Mitchell sc. Size 3 4-16X2 11-16. 
(Published by Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh 181 2.) 



64 

^2o BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to right, with fur cap. 
Oval. Line. Andersons. Size 3 10-16X 2 12-16. Rare. 

721 Full bust, head in profile to right, with fur cap. Oval. 

Stipple. (On the title page of "The Life of Benjamin Franklin, Printed 
and Sold by George Nicholson, Poughnill near Ludlow.") Hopwood sc. 
Size 2 4-16X1 14-16. 

722 FRANKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to right, with fur cap, on a 
sheet with portraits of Fielding, Fontaine, Fo.x, and Foote. Line. Lizars 
sc. Size of whole plate 3 3-16X 2 1-16. 

723 Full bust, head in profile to right, with fur-trLtnmed cap. 

Vignette. Stipple. John Bult Del? et Sculpt Size i 4-16X1 2-16. 
Very rare. 

724 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BENJAMIJN FRANKLIN. Full bust, 
head to right, with fur cap. Oval with a border in a rectangle resting 
on a base upon which is the title. Line. 

One oj 80 copies printed jrom an old plate, which had never before been 
printed. 

725 B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head in profile to left. Vignette within 
diverging rays. Line. Size 4 4-16X3 3-16. 

726 CHAS. HENRI DE HEINCKEN. Full bust, head in profile to right, 
with fur cap. Circular. Line. Diameter 4 2-16. 

This portrait is ojten mistaketi jor Dr Franklin. 

727 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN, after Nini. 6 pieces 

VERSAILLES TYPE. 

728 FRANKLIN. Full bust, full face, with fur cap, the right hand thrust 
into the breast. Rectangle. Line. Grave par G^'*^ Levy. Three 
states of the plate. 3 pieces 

729 FRANKLIN. Full bust, full face, with fur cap, the right hand thrust 
into the breast. Rectangle. Stipple. H. W. Smith. Size 4 S-16X 
3 5-16. Prooj bejore letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

MATTESON TYPE. 

730 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Born in Boston, JanY 17th 1706 Died 

in Philadelphia, April 17th 1790. Full length, head to left, seated in an 
arm-chair to the right of a table, upon which the right hand, holding a 
compass, is resting on a paper; a large book on the floor to the right of 
the chair, &c. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by T. H. Matteson, 
Esq"^ Engraved by Hen>' S. Sadd. Painted and Engraved for the 
New York .\lbum 1847. Size 20 4-16X 15. Original impression. 

731 THE SAME. Later impression. 



6s 

CATLIN TYPE. 

732 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, full face, seated, the right 
hand resting on a paper on the knees, the left holding spectacles. Rect- 
angle. Stipple. Geo. Catlin pinx'. Peter Maverick Sculpt Size 
4 14-16X4 1-16. 

FRAGONARD TYPE. 

733 LE DOCTEUR FRANCKLIN. Couronne par la Liberte. The bust 
of Franklin resting on a terrestrial globe, the figure of Liberty advancing 
from the right with a wreath in each hand in the act of placing them upon 
his head. Aquatint. Size 9 1-16X 7 7-16. 

GAINSBOROUGH TYPE. 

734 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ESQ^-^ Half length, full face, the right 
hand thrust into the breast. Rectangle. Mezzotinlo. Tho? Gains- 
borough R. A. G. Sanders. From the original picture in the possession 
of the Marquis of Lansdowne. Size 5 2-16X4 3-16. 

DE CARMONTELLE TYPE. 

734a Full length, seated in front of a table, head and body 

to left; arms folded; a hat lying on some documents on the table, en- 
titled " Les Loix de la Pensilvanie" ; in the background an open window, 
looking out on shipping. Rectangle. Line. L. C. de Carmontelle, 
Del. (Nee, Sculp.) " On Pa vu desarmer les Tirans et les Dieux." Paris 
chez Nee rue des Francis-Bourgeois, Porte S'. Michel. A. P. D. R. Size 
12 4-16X7 10-16. Rare. 

7346 Full length, seated, fully described in the preceding print. 

Rectangle. Litie. Size 8 12-16X5 6-16. Proof before letters. 

734c B. FRANKLIN. Full length, seated, fully described in Print No. 734a, 
only reversed. Rectangle. Stipple. Senn Sculp. Size 3 12-16X2 5-16. 
Very rare. 

734^ BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. A different state of the preceding 
print, without the engraver's name. 

7346 BENJA:^IIN FRANKLIN. Nearly half-length, seated, head and bust 
in profile to left. Circular medallion, suspended by a ring tied with a 
ribbon, in a rectangle, resting on a base upon which is the title; on the 
edge of the base the motto, " On I'a vu desarmer les tyrans et les dieux.' 
Line. Carmontelle del. E. G. sc. Size 7 2-16X4 11-16. 
Choice impression. Very rare. 

UNKNOWN TYPES. 

735 D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple, 
Printed m Colors. Pub. Nov. i, 1801, by M. Jones, Paternoster Row. 
Size 3 3-16X 2 8-16. Very rare. 

736 THE SAME. Printed in Black. Prooj before all letters. 

S 



66 

737 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full length, advancing to the front, 
head to right, the hat held under the right arm, the left hand thrust into 
the breast. Line. Rectangle in a border resembling a frame. Pub- 
lished by H. D. Symonds, Aug! 27 1796. Size 6 9-16X4 7-16. 

738 D? FRANKLIN. Full length, head to left, seated under a tree with 
a book in the left hand, resting on the knee; to the left four little children; 
to the right a tree encircled with a ribbon upon which is the inscription 
" Save your Pence " ; at his feet an open book entitled " Franklin's Works, 
Mind your business" ; in the background buildings. Line. Jas. Harris 
S.c. "Frontispiece." Size 3 6-16X 2 4-16. Rare. 

739 L'AMERIQUE INDEPENDANTE. Representing Franklin in a 
Roman dress, crowned with oak leaves, standing amidst a group of figures 
at the foot of a statue of Liberty, with a wand in his left hand, point- 
ing to an Indian maiden kneeling at the base of the monument ; over the 
whole the figure of "War" with shield and spear; in the background 
trees and shrubbery, in the margin at the bottom a harp in a circle com- 
posed of thirteen links, upon which are the names of the thirteen United 
States, on either side of which are flowers, horn of plenty, etc. Line. 
A. Borel invenit et delineavit 1778. J. C. le Vasseur Sculptor Regis 
et Majest™ Imper™ et Reg" Sculp. " Dediee au Congres des Etats 
unis de I'Amerique. Par leiir tres humble el Irh obeissant Servileur Borel. 
A Paris ches I'aiiteiir rue Boucherat au coin de la rue Xainlonge." Size 
17 2-16X13 11-16. Fine impression, with full margin. Scarce. 

740 AU GENII DE FRANKLIN. Eripuit Coelo Fulmen, Sceptrumque 
Tirannis. The full-length seated figure of Franklin ascending heaven- 
ward; between the figures of America, War and Victory; in the lower 
foreground are prostrate figures of royalty, &c. Etching in Brown. 
Size 18 12-16X 14 11-16. Open letter proof, full margin, rare. 

The Etching is no doubt by Fragonard. It is the second copy that has 
ever come under my observation. 

741 FRANKLIN EXPERIMENTING WITH HIS KITE. Vignette. 
Line. American Bank Note Co. Proojs on India paper. 2 pieces 

742 PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN. 10 pieces 

743 LOT PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN. Reproductions, &c. 

744 THE ART OF MAKING MONEY PLENTY IN EVERY MAN'S 
POCKET, by Doctor Franklin. An Enigma on a folio sheet. Published 
by D. James, 32 Collins St., Melbourne. Mounted. Slightly damaged. 

745 THE UNIVERSAL RULES OF LIFE, or The Way to Wealth and 
Happiness, selected from the works of Dr. B. Franklin and other emi- 
nent writers with Portrait of Franklin at top and 14 Etchings on the 
sides. Folio. London, Published for G. W. by Reeves & Sons, Cheap- 
side &c. 



67 

746 FACSIMILE OF A LETTER FROM BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. 
To Humphrey Marshall, a Pennsylvania Farmer, with Portrait of Frank- 
lin at the Top. Lithograph by A. Kollner. Published by Thomas 
Fisher, Philadelphia. 

747 B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Born, Boston Jan^ 17"' 1706— 
Died at Philad? Apr! 17^ 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle; the title around the oval. The 
centre of an imperial folio sheet; surrounded with 24 engravings in ovals, 
entitled " Poor Richard Illustrated. Lessons for the Young and old on 
Industry, Temperance, Frugality &c by Benjamin Franklin." En- 
graved by O. Pelton. Published by T. O. H. P. Burnham, Boston. 
Size 4 8-16X4 1 1-16. Size of whole sheet, 1614-16X23. 

748 B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. AND F.R.S. Born at Boston, Jany 17, 1706. 
Died at Philadelphia April 17, 1790. Full bust, in profile to left. Oval 
medallion in another oval with a border upon which is the title. Oak 
and olive branches within the border. Line. The Heading to a folio 
sheet entitled, "Bowles's Moral Pictures, or Poor Richard Illustrated, 
Being Lessons for the Young and Old, on Industry, Temperance, Frugality 
&c. By the late Dr. Benj. Franklin," consisting of 24 Beautiful Engrav- 
ings in Ovals, with inscription around the borders. Dighton, del^ 
Published as the Act directs, 29 SepT 1795. Very rare. 

749 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full length, seated. Lithograph after 
the celebrated painting by T. H. Matteson Esq. Size 18 8-16X 12 12-16. 

750 TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION AROUND THE WORLD. What 
the B'hoys intended by the Atlantic Cable Celebration September i?' 
1858. With Portraits of Benj. Franklin, Prof. Morse, Cjtus W. Field, 
& Capt. Hudson. Tinted Lithograph. Published by A. Weingartner, 
87 Fulton St. New York 1858. Folio. 

This is printed on the back oj a rare Stipple engraving entitled "Cours- 
ing, Plate I, Steady, Fly, Steady," ajter a Painting by R. B. Davis. 
Engraved by R. G. Reeve. 

751 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette on a black 
background. Life size. Colored Lithograph. Size 25 4-16X20 4-16. 

752 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Colored 
Lithograph. M. H. Traubel & Co. 46^ Walnut St. Phila. Size 
20X 20. 

753 BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right. (Colossal.) Vignette. 
Lithograph T. Kohr. P. S. Duval Steam Lith. Press. Published by 
Maas & Ciu-sch, Phila. Size 20 4-16X 17. 

754 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left. (Colossal.) 
With a black background. Colored Lithograph. Lith. by C. Crehen 
after Fredericks. Size 25 8-16X 19 4-16. 



68 

755 L'APOTRE DE LA LIBERTE IMMORTALISE, ALLEGORIC 
DEDIEE AUX AMIS DE LA CONSTITUTION FRANCAISE 
PAR L'AUTEUR, ET PRESENTEE A L'ASSEMBLEE NATION- 
ALE. Representing an angel in clouds ascending with Franklin; the 
figure of Time to the left holding on to his leg, resisting his flight; to 
the left a figure of an Indian kneeling amidst broken shackles, pleading 
with Franklin not to leave them ; in upper centre a rift in clouds emitting 
diverging rays, to the right of which is the flying figure of Fame blowing 
a trumpet; on the extreme right a monument upon which is a circular 
medallion portrait of Franklin in profile to right, on which is a tablet 
with the motto: "Franklin ne pent, mourier"; underneath the medal- 
lion are a liberty cap, torch, and books, diverging rays shining on the 
same from a rent in the clouds; at the base of the monument are two 
weeping figures, the one being America, helmeted, holding a shield and 
scroll in the right hand upon which is inscribed "decret pouv le deuil de 
franklin"; in the lower left a representation of the infernal regions. 
Line. Compose et execute par Barincou Monbrun, A. B'?^ p^> 3°"= 
Se trouve chfe I'auteur quai du pont S« Jean A Bor'f^ N? 249. Under 
the title are six lines in script eulogistic of Franklin. Size 13 12-16X 
17 5-16. Very rare. 

756 1770. MIRABEAU ARRIVE AUX CHAMPS ELISEES, sur sa tete 
plane le Genie de la liberte portant une banderolle avec cette inscrip- 
tion: La France libre, II s'avance vers J. J. Rousseau et lui presente 
une Charte Constitution'^ Francklin lui pose une couronne de chene 
sur la tete: Montesquieu, Voltaire, Mably et Fen^lon viennent le rece- 
voir. Sur le 2? plan. Demosthenes et Ciceron s'entretiennent de 
Porateur francais es le contemplent: des Genies le suivent charges 
de ses oeuvres. Mirabeau is holding a scroll entitled Charte Constitu- 
tionnelle." Line. J. M. Moreau le 1"= inv. L. J. Masquelier sculp. 
Size 9 3-16X 13. Fine impression. Rare. 

Some copies have on the scroll held by Mirabeau, "Essai sur le des- 
polisme," and a variation in the title. 

757 RECEPTION DE FRANKLIN AU PALAIS ROYAL PAR LE 
DUC D'ORLEANS (LOUIS PHILIPPE) 1778. Franklin amidst a 
group of courtiers being introduced to the Duke and Duchess d'Orleans. 
Lithograph. Weber del. lith de Ch. Motte. Size 13 10-16X9 11-16. 
" Histoire du Palais Royale (Steuben) " India proof. Rare. 

758 SAME. Plain impression. 

759 VOLTAIRE'S BED CHAMBER, with numerous Portraits of his 
Friends on the Wall, among which is that of Benj. Franklin. Line. 
Dessen^ par Duche. Grave par Nee. Size 10 5-16X 16 9-16. 



69 

760 CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP IN THE FRANKLIN IN- 
STITUTE OF PENN* Ornamented with Vignettes, beautifuUy 
engraved by John Sartain. Signed by Jno C. Cresson President, John 
Agnew, Vice President, & others. Folio. 

761 THE SA]ME, but a different Engraving, with a fuU-length figure of 
Franklin on a pedestal, &c. Folio. 

762 AMERICAN ORDER OF UNITED MECHANICS, with Portraits 
of Washington, Franklin, and Fulton in the center of a sheet with vignettes 
symbolical of the order. Colored Lithograph. Powers & Weeks, 
Publishers, Cincinnati, Ohio. Folio. 

763 FRANKLIN AT THE COURT OF FRANCE, 1778. Painted by 
Baron Jolly, Bruxelles. Engraved by W\ O. Gelles, London. Published 
by William Jay & Co. Philad. Mixed. Size 27 13-16X39 12-16. Broken 
in the centre. 

764 THE SAME. Lithograph. 

765 THE SAME. Chromo-lithograph. 

766 LITHOGRAPH PORTRAITS OF FRANKLIN. 7 pieces 

767 RHODE ISLAND HISTORICAL TRACTS. Second Series No. 2. 
Small 4to. Providence 1891. 

An inquiry concerning the Portrait of Benj. Franklin alleged to be the 
Portrait oj Roger Williams. 

768 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $100 and $50, aU with 
Portraits of Franklin. 8 pieces 

769 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $20, all with Portraits 
of Franklin. 7 pieces 

770 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $10, all with Por- 
traits of Franklin. 8 pieces 

771 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $5, aU with Portraits 
of Franklin. 16 pieces 

772 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $3, aU with Portraits 
of Franklin. 7 pieces 

773 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $2, aU with Portraits of 
Franklin. 10 pieces 

774 NOTES OF BROKEN BANKS. Denomination $1, all with Portraits of 
Franklin. 14 pieces 

775 CONFEDERATE B.ANKNOTES. Various Denominations, all with 
portraits of Franklin. 9 pieces 

776 LOT CONFEDERATE FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. Broken 
Bank Notes, &c., all with Portraits of Franklin. 



70 

777 WILLIAM FRANKLIN. Nat. 1730— Ob. 1813. Governor of New 
Jersey 1762-1776. Full bust, head to left. Etching. Albert Rosenthal 
sc. From the Original Painting in the Philadelphia Library. Size 
56-16X4- 

778 HON. THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN. Half length, head to left. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by Rembrandt Peak. Engraved by J. 
Sartain Phil^ Size 8 13-16X 7 7-16. 

779 THEO. FRELINGHUYSEN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Ilezzotinlo. Engraved by T. Doney. Published by Anthony Edwards 

& Co., from their Daguerreotype likeness. Size 4 9-16X3 13-16. Proof 
before letters & Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

780 THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN. Half length, nearly full face. 
Vignette. Lithograph. F. D'Avignon. Lith. of Michelin & Cuipers 
III Nassau St., N. Y. From a Photograph by Plumbe. Size 12 4-16 
Xii 10-16. 

781 ALBERT GALLATIN. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Original 
drawing, by H. B. Hall, from which he made his etching. Size 4 7-16X 
3 10-16. 

782 ALBERT GALLATIN ESQ?< Full bust and head in profile to right. 
Rectangle. Stipple. T. Gimbrede p! W. R. Jones sc. Size 4 6-16 
X39-16. 

783 ALBERT GALLATIN. FuU bust, head to left. Rectangle. Photo- 
gravure. Sizes 9-16X4 9-16. Proof and lettered impression. 2 pieces 

784 WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON. Half length, head to right. Rect- 
angle. Lithograph. Size 10 14-16X9. 

78s WILLIAM GASTON. Half length, head to right, seated. Rectangle. 
Line. Painted by G. Cooke. Eng. by A. B. Durand. Size 4 9-16 
X3 12-16. 

786 ELBRIDGE GERRY. Half length, head to left. Vignette. Original 
India-ink wash drawing, by Albert Rosenthal. Size 4 8-16X4 4-i6. 

787 ELBRIDGE GERRY. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a drawing by Vanderlyn. Size 3 13-16 
X 3 3-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

7S8 J. R. GIDDINGS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
L. Grozelier. Lith by Grozelier, Boston. Size 712-16X78-16. 
India Proof. 

789 JOHN L. GERVAIS. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular 
Medallion. Mezzotinto with four lines of script in French. Diameter 
2 3-16. 



790 NICHOLAS OILMAN. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Photo- 
gravure. Albert Rosenthal Pins. Size9X6 7-i6. 

791 NICHOLAS OILMAN. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Photogravure. 
Size 3 10-16X2 14-16. Prooj. 

792 THOMAS W. GILMER. Late Secretar\' of the Na\7. Half length, 
head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. F. Davignon. Endicott, Lith. 
New York. Size 11 2-16X10. 

793 CHAUNCEY GOODRICH ESQ. of Connecticut. Half length, head to 
right. Rectangle. Lithograph. Pendleton's Lithography, Boston. Size 
8 14-16X7 3-16. Very rare. 

794 W. GORDON. Bust on a pedestal, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
On Stone by Newsam. P. S. Duval Lith. Phil^ Size 4 8-16X2 11-16. 

2 copies. 

795 FRANCIS GRANGER. Full length in profile to left. Silhouette. 
Lithograph. Size 11 2-16X7 4-16. 

796 HORACE GREELEY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Photo, by 
Brady. Engraved by A. H. Ritchie. Published by J. C. Buttre, 48 
Franklin St., New York. Size 11 4-16X10 4-16. 

797 THE SAME. India Proof. 

798 HORACE GREELEY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 
Engraved by A. B. Walker. Published by Bradley & Co. 66 North 4th 
St., Philad^ Size 14 10-16X 12. 

799 HORACE GREELEY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. C. Buttre, New York. Size 3 6-16X 3. India proof. 

800 HORACE GREELEY. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Lithograph. 
Lith. and Pub. by Wynkoop, Fourth and Walnut Sts., Phila. Size 
14 1-16X10 15-16. 

801 HORACE GREELEY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Colored 
Lithograph. New York, Pub'? by Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. Size 
148-16X12 8-16. 

802 ENGRAVED PORTRAIT OF HORACE GREELEY. 6 pieces. 

803 PORTRAITS OF HORACE GREELEY. 7 pieces. 

804 PORTRAITS OF HORACE GREELEY. Chromo Lithographs. 

2 pieces. 

805 JAMES HABERSHAM. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Eng? by John Sartain Phil, after Copley. Size 4 4-16X 

3 8-16. 



72 

806 JOSEPH HABERSHAM. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. Gross from a Painting by W. G. Conarroe after 
Douglass. Size 47-16X39-16. Proof before letters and Lettered im- 
pression.  2 pieces. 

807 JOHN P. HALE, U. S. Senator from New Hampshire. Three-quarter 
, length, head to right, standing. Vignette. Lithograph. L. Grozelier. 

Photo, by McClees Washington City. Size 15 12-16X11 8-i6." 

PORTRAITS OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON. 

S08 ALEXANDER HA]\IILTON, Major-General of the Armies of the 
United States of America ; Secretary of the Treasury, &c., &c. Three- 
quarter length, head to left, the right hand e.xtended towards a table to the 
left, upon which is an inkstand, books, and papers, the left hand resting 
on the hip, a 'curtain in the background; to the left a pillar, and shelves 
upon which is a chapeau, sword, and books. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Painted by Arch? .Robertson 79 Liberty S? Engraved by W" Rollinson, 
27 Pine S? New York, Sep' i=t 1804. Published at the Columbia Acad- 
emy of Painting 79 Liberty S! and by William Rollinson 27 Pine Street. 
(Copyright 1804.) Size i7'8-i6X 13 9-16. . 

Beautiful Brilliant impression, the best I have ever seen, with full deckle 
edges. Very rare. . 

S09 THE SAME. Reproduction.  ' 

810 Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. Jacques 

Reich, aq; fort. Size 8 14-16X7 1-16. ArtisVs proof, signed. 

811 Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. F. S. 

King. Size 18 6-16X 13 12-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

812 — — Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinlo. William 

Sartain. Copyrighted & Published 1895, by Cha! Barmore 280 Broad- 
way N. Y. Size 14X10 15-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

813 Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Photogravure. Size 

206-16X143-16. Remarque proof. 

Lots 810 to 81 J are all after the Trumbull painting. 

814 Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. Etched by 

Albert Rosenthal from the painting by John Trumbull. , Size 17 2-16X14. 
Artist's Remarque Proof, 'Signed. No. i of a limited number published. 

815 THE SAME. The Final trial proof, before all letters. Signed by the 
publisher, W™ J. Campbell. 

S16 THE SAME. The First, Second, and Third trial proofs, the latter with 
Portraits of the Painter & Etclier as Remarque. 3 pieces 




 



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73 

8i7 The Original India Ink wash drawing, by Albert Rosenthal, 

1895, from which the etching was made. Beautifully executed. Size 
17 12-16X 15 12-16. 

818 GENERAL HAMILTON. Nearly half length, head in profile to right, 
seated. Rectangle in a ruled border, the title in the lower portion. 
Stipple. A.Andersons. Size 12 2-16 X9 2-16. 

0/ the most extreme rarity. The only copy I ever saw. See reduced 
facsimile. 

819 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Nearly half length, head three-quarters 
to left. Rectangle with one line border. Stipple. J. Trumbull, Pinxit. 
R. Field, Excudit. Boston, Publish Aug^ 31=' 1806. Size 10 6-16 

X8 6-16. 

A Magnificent impression of this excessively rare print, with full mar- 
gin. A small portion of the publisher's address has been rubbed off. See 
reduced facsimile. 

820 GEN^ HAMILTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Oval in a 
rectangle, surrounded with flags, oak leaves, &c. The title on a flowing 
ribbon beneath the oval. Stipple. Rollinson, sculpt Size 5 11-16 
X 4 8-16. Rare. 

821 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust in uniform, fully described in 
the preceding print. Stipple. Painted by Walter Robertson. Engraved 
by George Graham. For James Rivington, New York. Size 5 12-16 
X 4 8-16. Reprint. 

822 ALEX? HAMILTON. Full bust, in uniform, head to right. Oval 
with a border. Stipple. Tanner sc. Size 4X3 2-16. Rare. From 
the "Literary Magazine," Oct., 1804. 

823 THE SAME. Touched up in crayon. 

824 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Nat 1757— Ob— 1804. Full bust, head 
to left. Vignette. Etching. Etched by Albert Rosenthal Phila. 1888, 
after Trumbull. Size 4 4-16X3 12-16. 

825 Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. William 

Sartain. Size 5 8-16X4 7-16. India proof. 

826 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

827 A. HAMILTON. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. L. W. 
Gibbs pinx. W. G. Jackman sc. Size 5X3 14-16. India Proof, and 
Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

828 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. From a painting by John Trumbull in the possession of John 
Jay. Size 4X3 14-16. India Proof and Proof before all letters. 2 pieces 

829 A. HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. Size 
6X4 6-16. Remarque Proof. 



74 

830 HAMILTON (ALEXANDER) Ministre des finances des Etats Uni 
d'Amerique. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Line. Imp? par 
Chardon jeune et Fils, 3. r. Racine, Paris. Size 5X3 15-16. 

831 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Size 4 10-16X3 5-16. Proof before all letters and Lettered 
impression. 2 pieces 

832 ALEX» HAMILTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle with a 
border resembling a frame. Stipple. lUman & Pilbrow sc. Size 
44-16X34-16. Rare. 

833 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Ames. Pinx^ Leney set Size 3 12-16X2 15-16. Two 
states of the plate. 2 pieces 

834 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Painted by Ames. Engraved by Hoogland. Published by 
Samuel Walker, Harlem Place, Washington Street, Boston. Size 4 6-16 
X 3 8-16. 

S3 5 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by W. R. Jones. Size 5 6-16X4 8-16. 

836 Full bust, head to left. Oval. Line. Banknote Vignette. 

Size I 7-16X1 3-16. 

837 A. HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Alezzotinto. 
J. D. Gross sc. Size 4 12-16X3 12-16. 

838 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by Prud'homme from the original miniature by 
Arch. Robertson. Size 4 7-16X3 9-16. 

839 THE SAME. India Proof. Autograph presentation copy from Prud'- 
homme. 

840 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Robertson. H.B.Hall. Size 4 8-16X4 3-16. 

841 Full bust and head in profile to left. Oval. Lithograph. 

Imp? Lith. de C. Malaveau rue Mazarine. N? 47, Lith? par Blanc. 
Size 8 8-16X6 6-16. /;;(//(; Proof, rare. 

842 GEN. ALEX. HAMILTON. July 16, 1804. Full bust, in uni- 
form, head to left. Oval with a border of t\vo lines. Stipple. Tom 
Cook sculp. Size 3 6-16X2 14-16. 

E.xcessivcly rare. The plate is said to have been accidentally broken be- 
fore publication. 



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843 PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON, and View of the 
Grange. Engraved by Francis S. King. Published by the Society of 
Iconophiles 1802. Only 120 Impressions taken. 

844 A. HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. Eng^ 
by Williams, New York. Size 4 15-16X3 14-16. India Proof. 

845 Full bust, in uniform, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 

Etched by H. B. Hall, Morrisania 1872. Size 3 12-16X3 2-16. India 
Proof before letters. 

H. B. Hall's own proof before letters. 

846 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Line. Size 2 15-16X2 15-16. 

847 ALEX« HAMILTON. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Leney del^ et sc^ from the Bust by Cerachi. Size 5X4 2-16. 

848 THE SAME. Published by Joseph Delaplaine. 

849 HAMILTON. Bust, head to left. Rectangle. Line. Cerachi fee' 
A. B. Durand sc. Size 4 5-16X3 7-16. Proof. 

850 HAMILTON. Bust on a pedestal, full face. Vignette. Line. Drawn 
by R. Field. Eng<i by G. Fairman. Size 6 14-16X3 12-16. 

851 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust and head in profile to left. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by J. Rogers from the celebrated Talley- 
rand Miniature. Size 5 1-16X4 2-16. India Proof. 

852 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Bust and head in profile to left. Oval 
in an Ornamented Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by Max Rosenthal 
from the Drawing by Henry Inman, owned by Miss Hamilton, New 
York City. Border designed by the Engraver. Size 6 2-16X4 11-16. 
Three states of the plate. 

Edition limited to jo Sets in three States of the plate. 

853 • Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Oval in a 

rectangle. Mezzotinto Printed in Colors. Max Rosenthal sc. Size 
6 11-16X4 14-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

854 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Banknote Vignette. All proofs and 
different. 3 pieces 

855 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Photogravure. Size 11 12-16X10 1-16. 

856 ALEXANDER HAMILTON. Photograph from Original Paintings. 

2 pieces 

857 THE PORT FOLIO FOR JULY 21, 1804. Giving a full transcript 
of the Correspondence between Burr and Hamilton prior to the Duel, 
and an account of Hamilton's Obsequies. Rare. 



76 

858 PORTRAITS OF ALEX. HAMILTON. Various. 16 pieces 

859 IN MEMORY OF GEN-- ALEXANDER HAMILTON. A Monu- 
ment upon which is a large urn, in front of a willow tree; a Helmeted 
Soldier weeping and leaning on the monument at the right; to the left the 
figure of a woman nursing a child, in front of whom is a cherub pushing 
away a tablet upon which Death is trying to write; in the lower right 
a cupid writing in a book. Stipple, Colored. J. J. Barralet Del. C. 
Tiebout sc. Size 11 4-16X15 12-16. Very rare. 

860 THE GRANGE. Country Seat of Gen'l Alexander Hamilton. Arto- 
type. Size 9 15-16X12 12-16. 

PORTRAITS OF JOHN HANCOCK. 

861 THE HON=.'-'= JOHN HANCOCK, of Boston in New-England; Presi- 
dent of the American Congress. Full bust, with braided coat, head three- 
quarters to right. Oval with a border in a rectangle. Mezzotinlo. 
Drawn from an Original Picture Painted by Littleford. London. Pub- 
lished as the Act directs, 25 Octor 1775, by C. Shepherd. Sizei28-i6X9 
15-16. 

From the Chaloner Smith Collection, sold 1888. Brilliant Im- 
pression, cut close to print at top and sides. Excessively rare. This print 
has several very distinct variations jroni the print hearing the same descrip- 
tion in the Carson Sale {Lot jiSg). 

862 THE SAME. Damaged. 

863 Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval with a bor- 
der in a Rectangle. Mezzotinto. A copy from the preceding Print by 
J. Percy Sabin. Size 10 8-16X9 2-16. Artist's Proof, Signed. 

No. J oj JO India Proofs. 

864 JEAN HANCOCK. President au Congress des XIII. Provinces 
unies d'Amerique, ne a Boston. Full bust, with braided coat, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. peint par 
Jean Wilckinson a Boston. Se vend a Londres Chez Thom. Hart. Size 
712-16X63-16. 

Beautijul brilliant impression oj this excessively rare print, with a good 
margin. 

865 THE HON«.'-'= JOHN HANCOCK, of Boston in New-England; Presi- 
dent of the American Congress. Three-quarter length, with braided coat, 
head three-quarters to left, standing to the right of a table upon which 
is an inkstand and package of papers ; in the left hand a letter addressed 
"Monsieur, Mons. Israel Putnam Maior General a Long Island"; 
the right hand thrust into the breeches pockets; a curtain to the left. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Done from an Original Picture Painted by 




llic Hour JOHN Hancock. 



M Boston m Neh SaW/^ikd PnEsmkNT ,f'l}tji Amuucin Congrkss . 
2)oiu: irom an Chnqmal 0\dure <9^a2nlxh iy ^ittlei ord . 

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From an Ori^tnalJ^iciure Tuinis^ a^^ofiim . 



FULL-SIZED FACSIMILE OF LOT 871 



77 

Littleford. London, Published as the Act directs, 25 Octo'; 1775, by C. 
Shepherd. Size 12 13-16X9 6-16. 

Choice Brilliant impression, with a wide margin, jrom the Chaloner 
Smith Collection. Very rare. See reduced jacsimile. 

866 THE HONI'-^ JOHN HANCOCK, of Boston in New-England; 
President of the American Congress. Three-quarter length, fully de- 
scribed in the preceding Print. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. loh. Martin 
Will excudit. Aug. Vind. Done from an Original Picture Painted by 
Littleford. London, Published as the Act directs 25 Octo^ i775, by C. 
Shepherd. Size 12 13-16X9 6-16. 

Fine Brilliant impression, with fine wide margin. Very rare. 

867 ANOTHER COPY. With narrow margin. 

868 THE HON-'.'-E JOHN HANCOCK of Boston in New-England; Presi- 
dent of the American Congress. Three-quarter length, fully described 
in Print Lot 865. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Done from an Original 
Picture Painted by Littleford. London, Published as the Act directs 25. 
Octof 1775, by C. Shepherd. Size 12 12-16X9 4-16. 

This is jrom the same plate as Lots 866 and 86j, but without the en- 
graver's name. 



869 Le Celebre J. Hancock. 
President du Congres 
Englo-Ameriquain 



The Hon¥'= John Hancock, 
of Boston in New-England President 
of the American Congress. 
Nearly half length, with braided coat, head three-quarters to right; in 
the lower right several books and a scroll entitled " Resolution 19 Septem." 
Rectangle in a border, in the lower portion of which is the title. Line. 
Done from an Original picture painted by Littleford. Size 12 4-1 6X 
7 10-16. .-„■.•.,..,'...- 

This print is slightly rubbed in several places, but it is oj the most ex- 
cessive rarity. It is the only copy I ever saw. 

870 THE HONBLE. JOHN HANCOCK ESQ? Full bust in embroidered 
coat, head three-quarters to right. Rectangle, in a border, the title in 
the lower portion. Original contemporary water-color. Size 9 6ti6X 
7 12-16. • 

This curious contemporary water-color is evidently by an American 
Artist oj considerable merit. It is somewhat damaged, but could be re- 
paired. It is, however, exceedingly interesting. 

871 JOHN HANCOCK ESQ? President of the American .Congress. . Full 
bust, with embroidered coat, head to right. Oval with a border in a 
rectangle. Mezzotinto. From an Original Picture Painted at Boston. 
Size 6 5-16X3 14-16. 

0/ Excessive rarity; not described by Smith., The only other copy 
I know oj was in the Carson Sale, Lot jigj. See jacsimile, jull size. 



78 

872 JOHN HANCOCK, ESQ. President of the American Congress. Full 
length, seated, head to right, sitting to the right of a table upon which the 
right hand, holding a pen, is resting on scrolls entitled "Resolutions of 
the Continental Congress," &c. Rectangle. Line. Size 6 3-16X 
4 6-16. From the "Impartial History." Rare. 

873 HIS EX"' JOHN HANCOCK, ESQ; Late President of the American 
Congress. Full length, seated. Fully described in the preceding Print. 
Lme and Stipple. J. Norman so. Size 6 3-16 X6 6-16. 

Very rare. From the Boston Edition 0} the "Impartial History." 
Slightly damaged on inner margin. 

874 THE HON-.'-^ JOHN HANCOCK. Full bust, head to left. Oval 
with a border, in a rectangle. Line. Size 4 4-16X3 6-16. Pollard 
sculp. Engraved for Murray's History of the American War. 

875 JOHN HANCOCK ESQ" Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rect- 
angle, on a base, upon which is the title. Line. Published Nov^ i, 
i783> by J. Fielding N? 23 Paternoster Row. Size 6X3 8-16. 

876 JOHN HANCOCK. Praesident des Americaine Congresses. Full 
bust, head to right. Oval with border cut off at sides. Line. (Engraved 
by Raspe.) Size 6 4-16X3 9-16. Very rare. Not in Meyer Series. 

877 J. HANCOCK. Full bust, head to right. Oval with a border, in a 
rectangle, resting on a base upon which is the title; palm and olive 
branches extending up the sides of the oval; a cannon in the lower left. 
Line. T. Pelicier, Sculp. 1782. Size 6 2-16X3 13-16. Rare. 

878 LE CELEBRE HANCOCK President du Congress Anglo-Ameriquain. 
Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base upon which 
is the title; beneath the oval, cannon, flags, and shield; olive and palm 
branches e.xtending up the sides. Line. A Paris chez Esnauts et 
Rapilly rue S. Jacques, a la Villede Coutances. A. P. D. R. Size 6 S-16X 
4 8-16. Rare. 

879 JOHN HANCOCK. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle with a border. 
Stipple. Painted by Copley 1765. Eng^ by O. Pelton, Boston. Size 
3 11-16X3 1-16. 

880 JOHN HANCOCK. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. B. Longacre from an original picture Painted by Copley 
in 1765. Size 3 12-16X2 15-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

881 THE SAME. Prooj bejore letters, jrom Longacre' s own collection. 

882 JOHN HANCOCK. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by Copley. Published by 
Saml. C. Atkinson. Size 4 5-16X4 5-16. Two states of the plate. 

2 pieces 



79 

883 JOHN HANCOCK. Nearly full length, seated, head to right, the left 
arm restnig on an open book on a table, a pen in the right hand. Rect- 
angle, supple. Engraved by J. B. Forrest. Size 4 6-16X3 9-16. 
Three States of the plate. 3 pieces 

S84 JOHN HANCOCK. Governor of Mass. 1780 to '85, '87 to '93. Nearly 
full length, fully described in the preceding print. Stipple. J. H. 
Daniels, Print. Size 4 5-16X3 6-16. India proof. 

885 Nearly full length, fully described in Print lot No. 883. 

Photogravure, from the painting by Copley. Size 12 10-16X9 14-16. 

886 CURIOUS WOODCUT PORTRAIT OF JOHN HANCOCK, on the 

title-page of Bickersteth's Boston Almanack for 1777, and woodcut 
Portrait of John Hancock from the New England Primer. 2 pieces 

887 PORTRAITS OF JOHN HANCOCK. All different. 7 pieces 



888 ALEXANDER C. HANSON. Nearly half length, head to left. Oval 
with a border. Stipple. Jarvis Pin.x. Edwin sc. Size 5 3-16X4 6-16. 
Full Margin. Rare. 

889 ROBERT Y. HAYNE. Late Governor of South Carolina. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Engraved and Published by James 
B. Longacre, Philadelphia, December 1840. From an original drawing 
by himself taken from life A. D. 1830. Size 7 14-16X7 10-16. Open 
letter proof. Full margin. 

890 ROB. Y. HAYNE. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Eng4 by W. G. Jackman. Size 4 8-16X3 12-16. India Proof. 

891 GOV^ JOHN HAYNES. Half length in armor, head to right. Rec- 
tangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size 4 8-16X3 7-16. 

892 THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. Full bust, nearly full face. Oval in a 
rectangle. Line. Engraved & Printed by the Continental Bank Note 
Company. (Copyright 1876.) Size 13 14-16X 10 13-16. 

893-iTHOMAS A. HENDRICKS. Democratic Candidate for Vice President. 
Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Mixed. Engraved on steel by 
Geo. E. Ferine, New York, from recent photograph. Size 7 15-16X6. 

894 PORTRAITS OF THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. 13 pieces 



8o 

895 PATRICK HENRY DELIVERING HIS CELEBRATED SPEECH 
In the House of Burgesses, Virginia, A. D. 1765. "Caesar had his 
Brutus— Charles the First his Cromwell— and George the Third"— 
("Treason!" cried the speaker — "Treason, treason!" echoed from every 
part of the house.) Henry faltered not for an instant, but rising to a 
loftier attitude, concluded thus : " may profit by their example. If this be 
treason, make the most of it." Mixed. Painted by P. F. Rothermel. 
Engraved by Alfr^ Jones. Engraved for Presentation to the Subscribers 
to the Art Union of Phil? for 1852, with Key. Size 22 6-16X17 11-16. 
Original impression. Small hole in upper right-hand corner. 

896 PATRICK HENRY. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Sully Pin.x! Leneysc. Publishedby J. Webster. Size3 12-16X3 2-16. 

897 P. HENRY. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette. Stipple. Eng? by 
W. G. Jackman. Size 4 1 2-16X4 3-16. India proof. 

S98 Full bust, head to right, with spectacles resting on the 

forehead. Oval in an Ornamented rectangle. Stipple. Size 8 6-16X 
5 13-16. Prooj bejore letters. 

899 JOSEPH HEWES. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Stipple. Drawn 
by J. B. Longacre from a Painting in the possession of Joseph Hewes 
Davis Esq^ Eng^ by F. Kearny. Size 3 14-16X3 1-16. 

900 THOS. HEYWARD JUN? Full bust, head to right. Oval in a ruled 
rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Miniature in 
the possession of Mrs. Heyward. Size 3 15-16X3 4-16. 2 copies. 

901 JOHN T. HOFFMAN. Mayor der Stadt New York. (And nine lines 
of script in German.) Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mi.xed. Photo. 
byFredricks. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size 12 4-16X n. 

902 THE SAME. Trial proof. 

903 GOV. DAVID HOLMES, Mississippi. Pres. Bd. of Trustees of Jeffer- 
son College. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular Medallion. 
Mezzotinlo. Drawn and Engd by S? Memin, Philadel^' Diameter 
2 4-16. 

904 GOV. HOUSTON (in exile). FuU length in the garb of a frontiersman, 
with rifle resting on the right arm, a dog to the left. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. A. Dickinson Pinx^ M. Swett Del. Lith. of Endicott & Swett. 
Balto. (Three lines quoted, beneath the title.) Size 13 13-16X9 14-16. 
Damaged. 

90s SAM. HOUSTON. Half length, full face, body to left. Vignette. 
Lithograph. Drawn on stone by F". Davignon, N. Y. From Daguerreo- 
type by Bartlett & Fuller, Hartford, Conn. Size 12X11 6-16. India 
prooj. 



906 SAM. HOUSTON. Full bust with checkered vest, full face. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engd by H. B. Hall & Sons, N. Y., from a Daguerreotype. 
Size 4 6-16X3 8-16. India prooj. 

907 PORTRAIT OF SAM HOUSTON. 6 pieces 

908 SAINIUEL HUNTINGTON, L.L.D. Governor of Connecticut and 
President of Congress. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. 
Mixed. Engraved by J. C. Buttre, New York. Size 5X4 8-16. India 
prooj. 

909 A POLITICAL LESSON. Representing Gov. Thomas Hutchinson, 
of Massachusetts, fallen from a horse, his head striking a mile-stone to the 
right, upon which is inscribed "To Boston vi Miles"; and a wooden sign- 
board upon which is "To Salem"; the horse, rearing, to the left. Rect- 
angle. Mezzotinlo. J. Dixon invenit et fecit. Published 7, Sep'' 1774. 
Printed for John Bowles at N° 13 in Cornhill. Size 12 15-16X9 15-16. 

An excessively rare pre-revolutionary caricature. Cut dose at top and 
sides. 

910 R. G. INGERSOLL. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Stipple. En- 
graved by S. Hollyer, Guttenburg, N. J. Size 44-16X44-16. India 
prooj. 

911 RALPH IZARD. Member of the Continental Congress. Full bust, 
full face. Oval Medallion suspended by a ring on a stone wall. Litho- 
graph by Max Rosenthal. Size 3 10-16X3. India prooj. 

912 COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON, of Kentucky. Born 1781. Full 
length, full face, standing to the left of a table upon which the left hand is 
resting on some papers; the right hand, holding some papers, extended 
toward the left. Lithograph. Painted & drawn on stone by A. A. 
Hoffy. Lith. of Dorival 54 Ann S5 (Copyright 1833). Size 18X 13 7-16. 

913 COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON of Kentucky. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette in a border. Lithograph. Size 9X8 6-16. Rare. 

914 DEATH OF TECUMSEH. Battle of the Thames (Col R. M. Johnson 
killing Tecumseh). Two different Lithographs published by N. Currier, 
folio. 2 pieces 

915 SMVILLIAM JOHNSON BAR^ Major-General of the English Forces 
in North America. Three-quarter length, head to left, left hand resting 
on the hip. Rectangle. Line. Size 6X4 2-16. 

916 S« WILLIAM JOHNSON BART Major-General of the English Forces 
in North America. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border resting 
on a base in a rectangle, beneath which is the title. Line. Printed for 
R. Baldwin in Pater Noster Row 1756. Size 6 4-16X3 13-16. 

6 



82 

917 WILL" JOHNSON. Full bust and head in profile to right. Vignette. 
Lithography by Max Rosenthal. Size 3 14-16X 3. Private Plate. 

918 WILLIAM SAMUEL JOHNSON, L.L.D. Third President of Colum- 
bia College, 1787 to 1800. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Lithograph. 
Size 3 3-16X2 9-16. Private plate. 

919 JOSIAH STODDARD JOHNSTON. Full bust, head to left. Rect- 
angle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by C. B. 
King. Size 4 8-16X3 8-16. Proof from Longacre's own collection, and 
lettered impression. 2 pieces 

920 N. W. JONES. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 
H. Robinson S'. From the original portrait in the possession of his 
grandson, C. Wymberley Jones. Size 5 2-16X4 6-16. India Proof. 

921 THE REVEREND M« THOMAS JONES, A. M. Chaplain of S!' 
Saviours, Southwark. Three-quarter length, in clerical robes, head to 
left, standing in a pulpit, the left hand resting in a book, a view of a church 
to the left, curtain and pillars to the right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. 
M. Jenkin pinx! R. Rarcelb fecit. London, Printed for Rob^ Sayer, 
at the Golden Buck in Fleet Street. Size 12 4-16X9 14-16. 

922 WILLIAM R. KING. Vice President of the United States. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Mixed. Engraved by J. C. Buttre from a 
Daguerreotype by M. B. Brady. Size 5 6-16X5 2-16. 

923 JOHN LAURENCE. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Miniature by J. Trumbull 1792. Owned by the New York Historical 
Society. Size 26-16X28-16. Three states of the plate. Autograph 
proof. Signed proof, and Plain impression. 3 pieces 

Only 10 copies printed. 

PORTRAITS OF HENRY LAURENS. 

924 HENRY LAURENS. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Du Simitiere. A. H. Ritchie. Size 38-16X38-16. India 
Prooj. 

925 HENRY LAURENS ESQ. Full bust and head in profile to left. Oval 
with a border. Stipple. Edwin sc. Size 3 11-16X2 15-16. 

926 HENr LAURENS ESQ? Late President of the American Congress. 
Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border in which is the title, resting 
on a base. Line. Published by T. Walker. N? 79 Dame Street. Size 
6 1-16X3 10-16. 

927_HEN!'' LAURENS ESQl' Late President of the American Congress. 
Full bust, head to right, fully described in the preceding print. Line. 
Published i^' Nov. 1780 by Fielding & Walker, Paternoster Row. Size 
6 1-16X3 10-16. 



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928 HIS EXCELLENCY HENRY LAURENS ESQ" President of the 
Congressof the United States of America. Full bust, head to right. Oval 
with a border, resting on a base, upon which is the title. Line. Size 
4 11-16X3 1-16. 

Front an early Irish magazine. Part of righl-hand margin torn off. 
Very rare. 

929 HENRI LAURENS. Prfe^t Ju Congres des Etats Unis de L'Amerique. 
Bust in profile to right. Circular medallion with a border in which is the 
title, resting on a base upon which is inscribed, "L'Eqiiite, la Candeur, 
I' Amour de la Patrie, Ont grave dans les coeiirs son image cherie, N. LeRoy." 
Stipple. Dessin^ et grave par Pierron d'apres la Medaille frappee a 
Londres par le parti des opposants, a Paris chez 1' Auteur rue de Vaugirard 
au com de celle des Francs Bourgeois au Caffe d'Orleans. Size 4 9-16X 
3 8-16. Rare. 

93o"HENRY LAURENS. FuU bust, head to left. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by C. W. Peak. Engraved by Neagle. Published by Joseph 
Delaplaine. Size 5X4 2-16. 

931 HENRY LAURENS. Half length, head to left, seated. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from a drawing by W. G. Armstrong 
after the portrait by J. S. Copley. Size 4 9-16X4. Prooj before letters 
from Armstrong's collection, and lettered impression. 2 pieces' 

932 HENRY LAURENS Esq? President of the American Congress 
1778. Full length, head three-quarters to left, seated in an arm-chair to 
the right of a table covered with a rug, and upon which are some docu- 
ments, loose, in rolls, and tied in a bundle, inkstand, etc. ; the documents 
entitled "Ratification Treatie May 1778," "In Congress 22^ April 1778 
Resolved," etc. ; the right hand rests on the documents, the left on the arm 
of the chair; a dress sword extends along the seat of the chair across the 
left leg, which rests on a foot-stool; to the left a curtain drawn aside reveals 
a window looking out on woodland scenery ; in the rear distance and to the 
right a curtain and pillars. Mezzotinto. Painted by J. S. Copely. R. A. 
Elect. 1782. Engraved by V. Green, Mezzotinto Engraver to his Majesty, 
& to the Elector Palatine. Publish 'd Oct' i^' 1782 by J. Stockdale Book- 
seller, N". 181 opposite Burlington House. Piccadilly London. Size 23 
X15 15-16. . 

A Choice Brilliant impression oj this excessively rare and bcautijul 
print. See reduced facsimile. 

933 THE SAME. Very much cut down, but giving the full figure of Laurens. 
A very brilliant impression. 



934 GEORGE LAW. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph 
Dag. by Brady. Lith. of Sarony & C? N. Y. Size 9S-16X94-16. 



84 

935 THE HONOURABLE ABBOTT LAWRENCE. Half length, head 
to left, seated in an arm-chair, the right hand thrust into the breast, the 
left holding a paper. Rectangle. Stipple. Painted by Chester Hard- 
ing. Engraved by Francis HoU. Size ii 13-16X98-16. Open letter 
prcioj on India paper. 

936 TOBIAS LEAR. Military Secretary to Washington. Full bust in 
uniform, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Eng^ by S. Hollyer. Pub- 
lished by J. O. Wright & Co. New York. Size2 6-i6Xi 14-16. India 
Proof and Plain impression. 2 pieces 

Only 25 copies printed. 

937 RICHARD HENRY LEE. Full bust, and head in profile to left. Oval 
in a rectangle, Mezzotinto. Ma.x Rosenthal. Size 5 14-16X4 14-16. 
Artist's proof, signed. 

938 RICHARD HENRY LEE. Bust in profile to left. Vignette. Photo- 
gravure. From a Miniature in the possession of the family. Size 
3 14-16X2 8-16. 

939 RICHARD HENRY LEE. Full length, head to left, standing, the right 
hand resting on a book held upright on a table to the left, the left hand 
resting on the hip. Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting by 
Chappel in the possession of the publishers. Size 710-16X53-16. 
Proof before letters and lettered impression. 2 pieces 

940 PORTRAITS OF RICHARD HENRY LEE. 10 pieces 

941 WILLIAM LEE. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Photogravure. 
Size 4 12-16X3 6-16. From a miniature in the possession of the family. 

942 JOHN LEVERETT. Gov^ of Mass, from 1673 to 1679. Full bust, 
head to left. Line. D. Kimberly sc. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

943 SIR JOHN LEVERETT, KNT. Two different Lithographs, both on 
India paper. 2 pieces 

944 DIXON H. LEWIS. Representative from Alabama. Full length with 
high hat, head to left, seated in a chair, a paper held in the left hand. 
Vignette. Lithograph. Ch' Fenderich del 1837. Published by Clia'' 
Fenderich, Washington City. Size 14X13 12-16. India proof. ]'cry 
rare. 

945 EDWARD LIVINGSTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by E. \\'ellmore from a Drawing by J. B. Longacre. Size 
49-16X3 11-16. Longacre' s own proof before letters, India Proof, and 
lettered impression. 3 pieces 

946 ROBERT R. LIVINGSTON. Three-quarter length, head to right, 
seated, holding a book upon his lap, upon which is a portrait of Washing- 
ton. Vignette. Stipple. H.B.Hall. Size4 10-16X4 4-16. India proof. 



8s 

947 CHAS. E. LOEW. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mixed. Photo- 
graph by John O'Neill. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size ii 4-16 
X9 8-16. India prooj. 

948 W. LOWNDES. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. Size 

3 6-16X3. India prooj. Very rare. 

949 THOMAS LYNCH JUN" Full bust, head to left. Rectangle with a 
border resembling a frame. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from 
an Enamel Painting. Size 3 14-16X3 2-16. Two states of the plate. 

2 pieces 

950 JAMES McHENRY. Mihtar>' Secretary to Washington. Full bust in 
profile to right. Circular Medallion. Mezzotinto. (Engraved by St. 
Memin.) Diameter 2 4-16. Reprint. 

951 LOUIS McLANE. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Line. En- 
graved by T. Kelly from a painting by G. S. Newton. Size 4 8-16 
X3 8-16. India prooj bejore letters jrom Armstrong' s Collection. 

952 THE SAME. India Prooj jrom Armstrongs Collection and Lettered im- 
pression. 2 pieces 

953 JAMES McCLURG, M.D. Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. 
Lithograph. A. E. Peticolas. Lith. of Ritchies & Dunnavant, Rich- 
mond, Va. Size 5 8-16X3 14-16. India prooj. Very rare. 

954 WILLL\M B. MACLAY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Colored 
Lithograph. F. Davignon. Published at Ackerman's Lithographic and 
Print-coloring Rooms, 304 Broadway, New York. Size 11X9 8-16. 

955 REV? JAMES MANNING, D.D. Full bust, head to right, a book held 
in the hands. Rectangle. Stipple. Hamlin sc. Size 3 14-16X3 5-16. 
Very rare. 

956 THE REV° JAMES MANNING, D.D. late pastor of the Baptist 
Church and President of the College at Providence, Rhode Island. 
Full bust in uniform, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Line. Size 

4 8-16X3 8-16. Very rare. 

He was a Member oj the Continental Congress. 

957 W. L. MARCY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Engd 
by A. H. Ritchie. Size3 10-16X3 8-16. India proof. 

958 W. L. MARCY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mixed. BagP" 
by WTiitehurst. Eng"? by J. C. Buttre. Size 4X3 12-16. India prooj. 

959 PORTRAITS OF W^ L. MARCY. 5 pieces 



86 

960 ALEX. MARTIN, Governor of North Carolina. Full bust in uniform, 
head to right. Vignette. Etching. Etched by Albert Rosenthal 1888. 
Size 4X3 8-16. Artist's proof, Signed. 

Only 10 copies Printed. 

961 ARTHUR MIDDLETON. Full bust, head nearly in profile to fight. 
Rectangle. Line. Engraved by J. B. Longacre after a drawing taken by 
T. Middleton from a group in a Family Picture by Benjamin West. 
Size 3 12-16X3. Three states of the plate, including Longacrc's own 
proof before letters. 3 pieces 

962 G. R. MINOT, ESQ? Full bust, head to left, bust to right. Oval. 
Stipple. S. Harris sc. Size 3 1-16X 2 9-16. 

963 LEWIS MORRIS. Full bust and head in profile to right. Oval. 
Line. Hall. Size 5X3 12-16. Proof. 

964 LEVI P. MORTON. Full bust, head to right. Etching. Albert 
Rosenthal. Size 3 12-16X3 4-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

965 LEVI P. MORTON. Full bust, head to left, with side-whiskers. Rect- 
angle, supple. Atlantic Publishing & Engraving Co. N. Y. Size 
73-16X5. 

966 LEVI P. MORTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engd by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York. Size 3 14-16X3 12-16. 

967 PORTRAIT OF LEVI P. MORTON. 9 pieces 

968 OLIVER P. MORTON. Governor of Indiana. Full bust, full face. 
Vignette. Mixed. Photo by Howard & Davis. Engraved by J. C. 
Buttre, New York. Size 5X4 8-16. Proof. 

969 PEREZ MORTON. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular 
Medallion. Mezzotinto. (Engd by St. Memin.) Diameter 2 4-16. 
Reprint. 

970 CAPT. ROBERT H. MORTON. Native American Candidate for 
Canal Commission of Pennsylvania. Full bust, full face. Vignette. 
Lithograph. On stone by J. Queen. Lith. by Wagner & McGuigan, 
116 Chestnut St. Size 5 10-16X4 14-16. 

971 H. MUHLENBERG. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Original sketch 
from life by J. Neagle. Signed. Size 6 8-16X6 2-16. 

972 HEN. MUHLENBERG. FuU bust, full face. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Drawn from Life and on Stone by A. C. Smith. (Published 1844.) 
Size 6 6-16X5 14-16. 

973 THOMAS NELSON JR. Photograph from the Original Painting. 
Only six copies were taken and negative accidentally destroyed. 



87 

974 GENERAL JAMES OGLETHORPE. Died 30th June 1785, Aged 
102, said to be the oldest General in Europe, &c. Full length, head in 
profile to left, seated on a stool, a book and cane in the right hand. Vig- 
nette. Etching. P. Ireland del? et fecit. Size 7 8-16X6. 

975 GENL. JAMES EDWARD OGLETHORPE. Founder and for 
thirty years Governor of the State of Georgia, &c. Full length, fully 
described in the preceding print. Vignette. Lithograph. Lithograph 
by E. S. Mesier N. Y. for W™ Robertson Savannah. Size 7 10-16X 
8 6-16. 

976 PORTRAITS OF GEN'L JAMES OGLETHORPE. 2 pieces 

977 JAMES L. ORR, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United 
States, Thirty-fifth Congress 1858. Full bust, full face. Vignette. 
Lithograph from a Photograph by M. B. Brady. F. D'Avignon 1858. 
Size 10 12-16X II. 

978 SAMUEL OSGOOD. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Size 2 12-16X2 8-16. India Proof before letters. 

979 J. OTIS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Engd by W. G. 
Jackman. Size 4 10-16X3 4-16. India Proof. 

980 JAMES OTIS. Full length, head to left, standing to the left of a table. 
Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting by Chappel in the 
possession of the publishers. Size 7 7-16X5 6-16. India Proof. 

981 WILLIAM PACA. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engd by P. Maverick from a drawing by J. B. Longacre from Copley. 
Size 3 1 2-16X3 4-16. Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

982 THE HONORABLE WTLLIAM PAULDING, Mayor of the city of 
New York in 1824 and 1825. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Line. Drawn and Engraved by A. B. Durand 1826. Size 4 6-16X 
3 12-16. Rare. 

983 WILLIAM PENNINGTON, Speaker of the House of Representatives 
of the U. S., 36th Congress i860. Half length, nearly fuU face, seated. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Photographed by Brady. Engraved by A. B. 
Walker. Size 12X9 8-16. 

984 LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR W" PEPPERRELL BAR! Half 
length, full face. Vignette. Mixed. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. 
Size 5X4 4-16. 

985 WENDELL PHILLIPS. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. Drawn by T. De Codezo. Size 14 4-16X11 12-16. 

986 WENDELL PHILLIPS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. W. H. Fowler. Published by J. H. Bufford's Sons, Boston. 
Size 12 4-16X11 4-16. 



987 TIMOTHY PICKERING. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from a drawing by J. B. Longacre 
after G. Stuart. Size 4 6-16X3 10-16. LoHgacre's own proof on India 
paper. 

988 TIMOTHY PICKERING. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. (Engraved by J. B. Longacre.) Size 4 15-16X 2 9-16. Long- 
acre's own Proof bcjorc letters. 

989 TIMOTHY PICKERING. Full bust and head in profile to right. 
Circular Medallion. Mezzotinto. (Eng<i by St. Memin.) Diameter 
4 3-16. The margin has been covered with silver foil. Original impres- 
sion. 

990 HON. TIMOTHY PICKERING. Half length, head to right. Rect- 
angle. Stipple. Engraved by T. Gimbrede from an Original Picture 
by S. L. Waldo. Size 6 2-16X5 4-16. 

991 THE HONOURABLE TIMOTHY PICKERING. Full bust, head 
to right. Rectangle in an ornamented border. Stipple. Engraved 
by J. B. Longacre from a miniature by G. Catlin. Size 5 6-16X5. 

CHAS. COTESWORTH PINCKNEY. 

992 GENE. PINCKNEY. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face. Oval. 
Line. Size 3 12-16X2 15-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

993 GENERAL PINCKNEY, late Envoy E.xtraordinary to the French 
Republic. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face. Oval. Stipple. 
From an Original Picture by James Earle in the Possession of Major 
Tho^ Pinckney. Engraved and Published by Akin & Harrison Jun^ 
May I?' 1799 and A. Tiebout, N. York. Size 7 14-16X6 14-16. 

Fine Brilliant impression, slightly water stained. Very rare. 

994 THE SAME. Cut close to oval. 

995 GENERAL CHARLES C. PINKNEY. Nearly half length, in uni- 
form, head slightly to right. Rectangle. Stipple. J- Paul, Pinx. 
C. Tiebout sc. 

A magnificenl Brilliant impression oj this e.vcessively rare print. See 
reduced facsimile. 

996 ANOTHER COPY, not quite so fine as the preceding print. 

997 MAJOR-GENERAL CHARLES COTESWORTH PINCKNEY. 
Half length in uniform, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved 
by E. Wellmore from a Miniature by Malbone. Size 4 6-16X3 12-16. 
Proof before all letters. 

998 THE SAME. First and Second states of the plate. 2 pieces 



89 

999 C. C. PINCKNEY. Full length in uniform, standing, head to right. 
Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting by Chappel. Size 
7 io-i6Xs 7-16. India Proof. 

1000 PORTRAITS OF CHAS. COTESWORTH PINCKNEY. 4 pieces 



looi THOMAS PINCKNEY. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Vig- 
nette. Original Water-color Drawing. 

A Beantijully Executed Miniature in Water-color by W. G. Armstrong 
jrom the Miniature by Jno. Trumbull. See facsimile on cover. 

1002 MAJOR GENERAL THOMAS PINCKNEY. Half length in uni- 
form, head to left. Rectangle. Line. Engd by W. G. Armstrong 
from an original miniature in oil by J. Trumbull. P. A. A. Size 
4 5-16X3 13-16. India proof. 

Armstrong's ou<n proof. 

1003 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

1004 JOEL R. POINSETT. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Drawn from life and Engraved by J. B. Longacre. Size 4 7-16X3 7-16. 

Longacre's own proof. 

loos THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1006 " " Lettered impression. 2 copies. 

1007 JOEL R. POINSETT. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Size 3 8-16X4 2-16. India proof before letters. 

1008 DAVID RAMSAY, M.D. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. J. B. White P? Gimbrede Sculp. Size 3 9-16X2 14-16. Two 
states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1009 DAVID RAMSAY, M.D. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Lifie. 
Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a drawing by C. Eraser, after a Paint- 
ing by C. W. Peak. Size 4 14-16X3 8-16. Proof before letters from 
Longacre's collection, Lettered impression, and trial proof. 3 pieces 

loio NAT. RAMSAY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Size 3 8-16X3 6-16. India proof. Private plate. 

ion EDMUND RANDOLPH. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Etching. Etchd bv H. B. Hall. Morrisania, N. Y. Size 3 8-16X 
3 4-16. India proof. Private plate. 

PORTRAITS OF JOHN RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE. 

1012 JOHN RANDOLPH. Full length in cap and cloak, in prolile to right. 

Vignette. Etching, Colored. Size 5 8-16X3 8-16. Caricature. 



90 

1013 JOHN RANDOLPH. Half length, head to right, seated. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from a Painting by J. Wood in 
possession of F. S. Key Esq^ Size 4 6-16X3 7-16. Prooj before letters. 

1014 THE SAME. Proof before letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

1015 JOHN RANDOLPH ESQ. Half length, full face, seated, arm resting 
on the back of a chair. Rectangle. Stipple. Edwin sc. Two 
states of the plate.  2 pieces 

1016 JOHN RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE. Half length, full face, the 
left hand holding a high hat, the arm resting on the back of a chair. 
Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved on Steel by John Sartain after the 
Original from life by Catlin, taken during the sitting of the Virginia 
State Convention in 1831. Size 9 S-16X7 13-16. Prooj. 

1017 JOHN RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE. Half length, fully described 
in the preceeding print. Rectangle. Painted by C. Harding. C. G. 
Childs Lith. Size 9 10-16X7 12-16. Damaged. 

1018 JOHN RANDOLPH. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engd by W. G. Jackman. Size 4 6-16X4. India prooj. 

1019 JOHN RANDOLPH. Full length, full face, seated in an arm-chair. 
Rectangle. Stipple. From an Original Painting by Chappel. Size 
79-16X58-16. India Prooj. 

1020 Half length, full face, seated. Photogravure. From the 

Painting by G. Stuart. Size 8 9-16X6 15-16. Cop^Tight by C. S. 
Bradford. 

1021 PORTRAITS OF JOHN RANDOLPH OF ROANOKE. 11 pieces 



1022 PEYTON RANDOLPH. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Painted by C. W. Peale. Engraved by Goodman & Piggott. 
Four states of the plate. 4 pieces 

1023 GEO. READ. Half length, head to right, a paper held in the right 
hand. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by Samuel Sartain from 
the Picture in Independence Hall. Size 5 3-16X4 3-16. 

1024 JOS. REED. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. 
Painted by C. W. Peale. Engraved by J. Sartain. Size 4 4-1 6X 
3 8-16. 

1025 HON. A. H. REEDER, Governor of the Territory of Kansas. Half 
length, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by John Sar- 
tain, Phila. Size 6 6-16X4 14-16. 




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91 

1026 THE HON. TAPPING REEVE. Three-quarter length, fviU face, 
seated. Rectangle. Line. Geo. Catlin, pinx^ Peter Maverick sculpt 
Published by Geo. Catlin, from the only portrait of him in existence, 
New York 1829. Size 4 14-16X4 1-16. India Prooj. 

This is sometimes taken for Benj. Franklin. 

1027 HON. H. R. REVELS, U. S. Senator from Mississippi. (A Negro.) 
Full bust in profile to right. Vignette. Lithograph. H. Thomas. 
Size loX II. 

1028 PAUL REVERE. Full bust, head to right. Circular Medallion, 
in an ornamented rectangle, in the lower portion of which is a tablet 
with the title. Stipple. Drawn and Engraved for the Society of 
Iconophiles, New York 1899. F. S. King Del & Sc. Size 9X5 15-16. 
India Proof. 

A very small number printed. 

1029 PAUL REVERE. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Eng4 by Hollyer after St. Memin 1804. Size 2 4-16X2. 
India Prooj. 

1030 PAUL REVERE. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
From a Painting by Stuart. Drawn on Stone for the "New England 
Magazine." Size 4 10-16X3 8-16. 

103 1 PAUL REVERE. Full bust, head to right. Oval with Palm branches 
on either side. Line. American Bank Note Co. Size i io-i6X 
I 10-16. Prooj. 

1032 PORTRAITS OF PAUL REVERE. 3 pieces 

1033 THE HON. RICHARD RIKER, Recorder of the City of New York 
in 1826. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. Imbert's 
Lithography. Size 5 6-16X6 4-16. India Prooj, rare. 

1034 JOSEPH RITNER. Half length, seated, head to left, a paper in the 
right hand. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by Bass Otis. En- 
graved by J. Sartain. Size 9X6 14-16. 

1035 THOMAS BOLLING ROBERTSON, Governor of Louisiana. Full 
bust and head in profile to right. Chcular Medallion. Mezzotinto. 
Diameter 2 3-16. 

1036 C. A. RODNEY. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular 
medallion. Mezzotinto. Drawn and eng"? by S? Memin, Philad? 
Diameter 2 4-16. Reprint; 2 copies. 

1037 JONATHAN RUSSELL ESQ? Minister Plenipotentiary of the U. S. 
Circular medallion with a border, the title within the border. Stipple. 
(Engraved by Bance.) Diameter 3 1-16. 



92 

1038 EDWARD RUTLEDGE ESQ« Late Governor of South Carolina. 
Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Painted by Earle. 
Published by J. Savage Janu^' i^' 1802. Size 11 8-16X9 2-16. 

Choice brilliant impression, with jull Margin. Excessively rare. See 
reduced jacsimile. 

1039 EDWARD RUTLEDGE. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Drawn & Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by 
Earle. Size 3 13-16X3 4-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1040 THE HONORABLE GURDON SALTONSTALL ESQ, Governor 
of Connecticut from Jan. 1707 to September 20 1724. Full bust, head to 
right. Oval in a rectangle resting on a base upon which is the title. 
Stipple. A. Doolittle sc. N. H. Engraved for Dr. Trumbull's History 
of Connecticut from an original Painting in the Museum of Yale Col- 
lege. Size 6 13-16X3 9-16. Very rare. 

1041 CARL SCHURZ. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. 
Lithograph. Published by Herman Vossnack, New York. T. Sinclair 
& Son Lith., Philadelphia. Size 15 8-16X12 12-16. 

1042 HON. JOHN SERGEANT. Half length, seated, head to left. Rect- 
angle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by H. S. Wagner from a painting by 
S. B. Waugh. Size 7 12-16X6 8-16. 

1043 WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretary of State. Half length, seated, 
head to right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Engraved by Geo. E. Ferine 
& Co., N; Y. Size 12 15-16X9 13-16. 

1044 HON. W. H. SEWARD. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Litho- 
graph. Painted by Th. Hicks. L. Grozelier's Lith., Boston. Size 
13 13-16X II 4-16. 

 1045 WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretary of State. Full bust, head in pro- 
file to left. Vignette in a background ruled to a rectangle. Stipple. 
Photo by Brady. Eng^ by A. H. Ritchie. Published by Derby & 
Miller 5 Spruce St., New York. Size 13 7-16X 10 14-16. India Proof. 

1046 PLAIN IMPRESSION. 

1047 WILLIAM H. SEWARD, U. S. Senator from N. Y. Full bust, nearly 
full face. Vignette. Lithograph. L. Grozelier. Dag. by Vannerson. 
S. W. Chandler & Bro., Lith., Boston. Size 10 8-16X9 8-16. India 
Prooj. 

1048 Full bust, head to left. Oval. Lithograph. Size 11 X 

9 8-16. India prooj before letters. 

1049 Full length, standing, in profile to right, on a balcony. 

Silhouette. Lithograph. Aug9 Edouart fecit 1839, 411 Broadway 
N. Yk. Size 10 12-16X7 2-16. 




Edward Rutledge EsqV 

tiy ftjMiiiedbyJ Szn^ J*nn'l" iBoa, ^^ 



REDUCED FACSIMILE OF LOT 1036 



THE NEW YORK 



ASTOR, ■LENO*«,w 



93 

1050 Full bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. S. 

Hollyer. Size 2 13-16X2 6-16. Signed prooj. 

1051 Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. Size i 10-16X 

I 6-16. Engraver's prooj jrom the O'Neill Collection. 

1052 PORTRAITS OF WM. H. SEWARD. Proofs. 5 pieces 

1053 " " " " " Engravings. iS pieces 

1054 " " " " " Statues. 3 pieces 

1055 " " " " " Lithographs. 4 pieces 

1056 HORATIO SEYMOUR. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Mezzo- 
tinlo. Eng. by A. G. Campbell, N. Y. Size 11 12-16X9 3~i6. 

1057 HORATIO SEYMOUR. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mi.ved. 
Published by J. C. Buttre 48 Franklin St. New York. Size 9 12-16X 
7 12-16. 

1058 PORTRAITS OF HORATIO SEYMOUR. 7 pieces 

1059 JOHN SHERMAN, U. S. Representative from Ohio. Full bust, head 
to left. Vignette. Lithograph. F. D'Avignon, Boston 1859. Pub- 
lished by C. H. Brainard, Boston 1859. Size 12X10 8-16. India 
Prooj. Rare. 

1060 JOHN SHERMAN, U. S. Representative from Ohio. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. F. D'Avignon, Boston 1859. 
Published by Charles H. Brainard, Boston 1859. Size 11 4-16X 
9 12-16. India prooj, rare. 

1061 Full bust, nearly full face. Rectangle. Stipple. S. 

Hollyer. Size 5 10-16X3 12-16. Engraver's prooj, signed. 

1062 GOVERNOR WILLIAM SHIRLEY. Full bust, head to left. 
Rectangle. Etching. Albert Rosenthal. Size 4 15-16X4 2-16. 
Prooj bejore letters. 

1063 THE SAME. Five trial proofs. 5 pieces 

1064 GOV. WILLIAM SHIRLEY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Etching. Etchd by H. B. Hall. Morrisania, N. Y. 1S73. Size 3 12-16 

X3 8-16. Hall's own prooj copy. 

1065 HONBt-f: WILLIAM SHIRLEY ESQ. Governor of Massachusetts 
1 741 to 1756. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. T. 
Hudson Pinx'. 1750 H. B. McLellan sc. Size 4X3 8-16. India prooj 
&^ plain impression. 2 pieces 

1066 FRANCIS R. SHUNK, Governor of Pennsylvania. Half length, 
head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by Isaac Williams. 
Mezzotinted by W™ Warner. Size 7 9-16X5 13-16. 



94 

io67 ISAAC SMITH ESQ? ^tat 56. Full bust, head to right. Oval. 
Stipple. Edwin sc. Size 4X3 5-16. 

1068 THE SAME. 2 copies. 

1069 CAPTAYNE JOHN SMITH, Admirall of New England. Full bust 
in armor, head to right. Oval with a border in which is the title. Line. 
Size 4 8-16X3 8-16. 

1070 PORTRAITS OF CAPT. JNO. SMITH. 4 pieces 

107 1 RICHARD SMITH M. O. C. Bust, with broad-brimmed hat, profile 
to left. Silhouette. Size 2 4-16X2 6-16. Scarce. 

1072 WILLIAM SMITH of South Carolina, Member of the Congress of the 
United States. Nearly half length, head to right. Rectangle. Mez- 
zotitito. G. Stuart Pinx'. E. Savage Sculp'. Size 11 X 9. Very rare. 
Damaged. 

1073 SIMON SNYDER, Governor of the State of Pennsylvania. Half 
length, seated, head to right, a paper in the right hand. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Sully Pinxt. Edwin sculp. "To the People of Pennsyl- 
vania this Portrait of the Man of their Choice — Is respectfully dedicated 
by their Fellow Citizen John Binns," Philad. Pub. July 1809. Size 
88-16X7 3-16. 

Brilliant impression, jull Margin, rare. 

1074 ANOTHER COPY. Fine impression, full margin, rare. 

1075 SIMON SNYDER, Governor of Pennsylvania. Full bust and head in 
profile to left. Oval. W. Wooley Pimx. Tiebout sc. Size 8 2-16X 
6 5-16. 

1076 THE SAME. 

1077 " 

1078 MYLES STANDISH. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etch- 
ing. Etched by Dr. C. E. Banks, U. S. A. Size 4 1-16X3 4-16. 

1079 THADDEUS STEVENS, April 4, 1792: August 11, 1868. Chairman 
Committee of Ways and Means of U. S. House of Representatives 
during the Civil War. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Wood 
Engraving. Engraved by J. C. Rea. Size 15X13. Prooj. 

1080 THADDEUS STEVENS. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 
Mezzotinlo. After a Photograph from life by C. W. Eberman. En- 
graved by John Sartain, Phil^ Size 17 15-16X 14 6-16. 

io8i'.THADDEUS STEVENS. Half length, full face, seated, a paper in 
the left hand. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by I. Eichholtz. 
Engti by J. Sartain. Size 9 4-16X7 10-16. 



95 

io82 A. STE\T5NS0N, Speaker of the House of Representatives and Minis- 
ter to England. Three-quarter length, seated, full face, the right 
hand resting on a table to the left. Vignette. Lithograph. Fairland 
Lithog. St. John's Square, London. Size 13 12-16X11 8-16. India 
Proof. Damaged. 

1083 THOMAS STONE. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Line. 
Drawn by J. B. Longacre. Engraved by G. B. Ellis. Size 3 12-16X 
3 2-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1084 WILLIAM STOUGHTON. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Eng4 at J. Andrews's by B. Babson. Size 4 4-16X3 2-16. 
Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1085 HIS EXCELy CALEB STRONG, ESQ? FuU bust, head to right. 
Oval. Stipple. Size 3 14-16X3 6-16. 

1086 HIS EXCELLENCY CALEB STRONG L.L.D., Governor of Mas- 
sachusetts. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. W. M. S. Doyle 
Pinx. I. R. Smith sculp. Size 4 5-16X3 6-16. 

1087 ANOTHER COPY. 

108S 

1089 " " Variety in Title. "Elected in 1813" "for the 
Ninth Time." 

1090 THE SAME. Variety in title, "Elected in April 1814" "For the 
Tenth time." Five states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1091 CALEB STRONG, ESQ'' L.L.D. Full bust, head to right. Oval. 
Stipple. Coles pin.x. Edwin, sc. Size 3X2 1-6. Rare. 

1092 CALEB STRONG, Late Governor of Massachusetts. Full bust, head 
to left. Rectangle. Stipple. G. Stuart Pin.x' J. B. Longacre, sc. 
Size 4 2-16X3 8-16. Prooj and Plain impression. 2 pieces 

1093 PETER STUYVESANT. Full bust in armor, head to right. Oval 
in a rectangle. Stipple. Size 4 15-16X3 14-16. 

1094 PETER STUYVESANT. Full bust, in armor, head to right. Rec- 
tangle. Stipple. Engd by E. G. Williams & Bro., N. Y. Size 5X 
3 13-16. India prooj. 

109s PORTRAITS OF PETER STUY\'ESANT. 3 pieces 

1096 JA:MES SULLIVAN. Governor of Massachusetts 1807 to 1808. 
Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Gilbert Stuart P? 
H. Wright Smith sc. Size 4 8-16X3 10-16. Proof and plain impres- 
sion. 2 pieces 



96 

1097 W" SULLIVAN. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Mezzotinlo. 
Painted by G. S. Newton. Eng"! by W. Warner. Size 4 4-16X 

3 10-16. Prooj and plain impression. Rare. 2 pieces 

1098 CHARLES SUMNER. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Siipple. 
Premium Engraving for "The Independent." Size 10 8-16X9 8-16. 

1099 CHARLES SUMNER, U. S. Senate 1857. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. L. Grozelier. Size 8 2-16X8. 

1 100 HON. CHARLES SUMNER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette 
in a background ruled to a rectangle. Stipple. Engraved for the 
Eclectic by Geo E. Perin. Size 6 8-16X4 9-16. 

iioi Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. H. W. Smith 

sc, from a crayon drawing made by Eastman Johnson in 1846. Size 

4 7-16X3 8-16. India prooj. 

1 102 CHARLES SUMNER. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Engraved by S. A. Schoff for the subscribers from the original portrait 
by M. Wight. Size 5 12-16X4 12-16. India prooj. 

1 1 03 PORTRAITS OF CHAS. SUMNER. 12 pieces 

1 104 INCREASE SUMNER. Governor of Massachusetts 1797 to 1799. 
Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Line. J. H. Daniel, Boston. 
India prooj. Size 5X3 13-16. 

lies N. P. TALLMADGE, U. S. Senator from N. Y. Full length, head to 
right, standing before a table. (Caricature.) Rectangle. Lithograph. 
Lith. and Pub. by H. Robinson, 52 Courtland St. N. Y. Size 11 2-16X 
8 15-16. Rare. 

1 106 THE HONB DIRCK TEN BROECK, Speaker of the House of Assem- 
bly, State of New York. Full bust and head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion. Stipple. Diameter 2 9-16. Rare. 

1107 ALLEN G. THURMAN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Eng"? by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York. Size 4 2-16X3 10-16. India 
proojs. 7 copies. 

1 108 S. J. TILDEN. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. Line. 
Engraved & Printed by the Continental Bank Note Company. Size 
13 14-16X 10 12-16. 

1 109 Full bust, head to left. Oval. Line. Bank note Vig- 
nette. Size 2 2-16X1 11-16. Engraver's Prooj. 

mo SAMUEL J. TILDEN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Size 5 4-16X4 4-16. Prooj. 

nil SAMUEL J. TILDEN. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 
Published by Jas. Everdell, 302 Broadway, N. Y. Size 6 7-16X6. 



97 

1 1 12 PORTRAITS OF SAML. J. TILDEN. 7 pieces 

1113 JAMESTILTON, M.D. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. Edwards del. Pendleton lith. Size 3 12-16X3 2-16. Rare. 

1 1 14 N. P. TRIST. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Lithog. par Julien d'apres J. N. Rare. 

A Magnificent piece oj lithographic work. 

1115 W.M.TWEED. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. PhotoPh 
by M. B. Brady. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Size 15 6-16X 12 8-16. 

1 1 16 P. D. VROOM. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Engd 
by S. H. Ritchie. Size 3 12-16X3 8-16. India proof. 

1 117 WILLIAM WALTON. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 
Size 4 3-16X3 3-16. Proof before letters. 

1 1 18 COLONEL PETER G. WASHINGTON, Assistant Secretary of the 
Treasury. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette. Mixed. DacP^ 
by Whitehurst. Eng"! by J. C. Buttre. Size 4 12-16X3 14-16. 

DANIEL WEBSTER. 

1 1 19 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Litho- 
graph. From a Painting by J. Frothingham Jr. Pendleton's Lithog- 
raphy Boston. Size 8X 7 12-16. 

From the J no. Trumbull Collection. 

1 1 20 THE SAME. Before Pendleton's address. 

1 1 21 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to right, the right hand 
thrust into the breast. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by J. Froth- 
ingham. Engraved by John Sartain, Philadelphia. Size 12X9 13-16. 

1 1 22 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to left, seated. Rectangle. 
Line. Painted by C. Harding. Eng^ by S. A. Schoff. Size 5 3-16X4. 
Proof before letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

1 1 23 THE ORIGINAL DRAWING by Schoff from which he made the 
above engraving. 

1124 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by R. M. Staigg. Eng. by J. Cheney & R. W. Dodson. Size 
5 4-16X4 1-16. Proof before the inscription. 

1125 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

1126 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. Painted by J. R. Lambdin. Eng'? by J. Sartain, Phil? 
Size 6 2-16X5. 

7 



98 

1127 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Drawn from life and Engraved by James B. Longacre. Size 
4 7-16X3 7-16. India Proof c^ Trial proof, from Longacre's own 
collection. 2 pieces 

1 1 28 THE SAME. India Proof. 2 copies. 

1 1 29 " " Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

1130 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Drawn from life & Engraved by J. B. Longacre. Size 4 8-16X3 7-16. 

Different plate from tlie preceding. 

1131 DANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stip- 
ple. Daguerreotype by Wlaipple. Engraved by F. Girsch. Size 
4 11-16X3 11-16. First, Second, Third and Fourth states of the 
plates. 4 pieces 

1132 DAN? WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Daguerreotype by Whipple. Eng'^ by W. G. Jackman. Size 4 8-16 
X 4. India proof. 

1 133 Half length, head to right, sitting to the left of a table. 

Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. Published by Rice and Allen; N? 
30 State St. Chicago, 111. (Engraved by Thomas Doney.) Size 12 
11-16X9 14-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1 134 DAN?- WEBSTER. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engti by A. H. Ritchie from a Daguerreotype by Meade Bro? Size 
74-16X78-16. Proof before letters &-' Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

1135 THE SAME. After a Mezzotinted background had been added. Proof 
before letters &" Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

1 136 THE SAME. With a ruled background. Proof before letters. 

1 137 Full length, head to left, standing to the right of a rostrum. 

Line. Size 6 6-16X4 5-16. Proof before letters. 

1 138 DAN? WEBSTER. Full length, head to left, seated in an arm-chair, 
a paper in the right hand. Rectangle. Stipple. From the original 
painting by Chappel. Size 7 7-16X5 2-16. India proof. 

1 139 DAN? WEBSTER. Aetat LXI. Three-quarter length, head to left, 
seated in an arm-chair. Rectangle. Stipple. From a painting by 
Healy. Size 5 3-16X3 14-16. India proof. 

1 140 Three-quarter length, head to right, seated to the left of a 

table upon which are some books. Rectangle. Stipple. Size 7 8-16 
X 5 6-16. Proof before letters. 



99 

1 141 DAN'- WEBSTER. Half length, head in profile to left, seated in an 
arm-chair. Vignette. Stipple. Cop}Tight 1863 by H. Clay Williams, 
Boston. Size 5 8-16X5. India proof. 

1 142 PORTRAITS OF DANIEL WEBSTER. United States Treasury. 
Vignettes. All prooj and all different. 12 pieces 

1 143 DANV WEBSTER, Aet. 70. Full bust with felt hat, head to left. 
Rectangle. Stipple. J. Ames Pinx^ H. Wright Smith, sc. Size 4 
15-16X3 15-16. India prooj. 

1 144 WEBSTER AT FRANKLIN. The Home of his Childhood. FuU 
length, with felt hat, seated in the open under a tree, head to left. Vig- 
nette. Colored Lithograph. Lithographed & Published by J. H. 
Bufford. (Copyright 1 86 1.) Size 12 3-16X8 8-16. 

1 145 PORTRAITS OF DANIEL WEBSTER. All Different. 10 pieces 

1 146 " " " " " " 13 pieces 

1147 " " " " " " 13 pieces 

1 148 " " " " Lithographs, all different. 

13 pieces 

1 1 49 LOT PORTRAITS OP DANIEL WEBSTER. 

1 1 50 Full bust with high hat, nearly fuU face. Rectangle. 

Etching. T. Johnson 1900. Size 14 2-16X10 5-16. Artist's Proof on 
Japan paper, signed. 

1 15 1 Full bust, with high hat, head to right, the left hand 

thmst into the breast. Rectangle. Etching. T. Johnson. Size 14 
10-16X13 14-16. Japan paper proof, Signed. 

Only 8 proof impressions taken. 

1152 THE SAME. Japan paper proof. 

1 153 Full bust, with high hat, head to right. Rectangle. 

Etching. (Etched by T. Johnson.) Japan paper proof. Size 17 10-16 
X13 14-16. Last state of the first plate. 

The same as the preceding without the hand showing. 

1 1 54 DAN^ WEBSTER. Full bust, nearly full face. Rectangle. Etch- 
ing. Jacques Reich. Size 17 3-16X12 15-16. Japan Paper proof, 
signed. 

1 155 DAN^ WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
Etched by Samuel Hollyer and Auguste Barry from the original by Aines. 
Size 13 12-16X11 4-16. 

1 1 56 Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Wood Engrav- 
ing in the manner of a copper-plate. F. S. King. Size 13 7-16X 
10 12-16. Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 



100 

1157 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full length, head to left, standing in front of an 
arm-chair to the right of a table, upon which the right hand is resting 
on the finger-tips, a statue of Washington to the left. Rectangle. 
Mezzolinto. Painted by Chester Harding. Engraved by J. Andrews 
& H. W. Smith. W. Pate & Co., New York. Size 25 4-16X 17. 

1 158 DAN'- WEBSTER. Full length, head to left, standing to the right 
of a table, upon which the right hand, holding a book, is resting, the 
left arm bent and resting on the hip, a bust of Washington on the lower 
right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by T. B. Lawson. Engraved 
by C. E. Wagstaff & Jo? Andrews. Size 26 4-16X 17 12-16. Damaged. 
Original impression. 

1 1 59 THE SAME. Later impression. 

1160 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full bust, head slightly to left. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto printed in Colors. Max Rosenthal. Published by W" J. 
Campbell, Philadelphia 1897. Size 19 10-16X15 4-16. ArtisVs 
remarque prooj, signed. 

1161 THE SAME. Not colored. ArtisVs remarque prooj, signed. 

1 162 THE SAME. Seven trial proofs, showing the progress of the Mezzo- 
tinto. 7 pieces 

1 1 63 THE SAME. Five trial proofs. 5 pieces 

1164IDANIEL WEBSTER. Half length, head to right, seated. Rectangle. 
Lithograph. Painted by J. Frothingham. Lithog. of Endicott & 
Swett. Size 11 13-16X9 13-16. 

1 1 65 • Full bust, full face. Oval in a rectangle. Wood Engrav- 
ing. G. Kruell. Size 12X9 8-16. ArtisCs prooj, signed. 

1166 DAN'- WEBSTER. "I still live." Full bust, head to right (colossal). 
Vignette. Lithograph. Pub'i' by Caldwell & Co., 37 Park Row, N. Y. 
Size 18 4-16X16. 2 copies. 

1 167 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right (colossal). Vignette. 
Colored Lithograph. Drawn on stone by E. Lassalle. Published by 
Goupil & Co., Paris, New York, London, Berlin. Size 22X18 4-16. 

1 168 THE SAME. With a black background. 

1 169 DANIEL WEBSTER. Bust in profile to left (colossal). Original 
Crayon Drawing. Size 23X13. 

1170 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right (colossal). Vignette. 
Lithograph. Joseph DeCamp. Size 20 8-16X 16. 

1171 DANIEL MOBSTER. Full bust, head to right (colossal). Vignette. 
Lithograph. Rowel. Size 20X16 8-16. 



lOI 

1 172 DANIEL WEBSTER. FuU bust, head to right, life-size. Vignette. 
Colored Lithograph. Lithographic par Juhen. Size 20 12-16X17 
12-16. 

1173 THE SAME. Cut down. 

1 1 74 DANIEL WEBSTER. Full bust, with high hat, head to right. Oval. 
Photogravure by Gutekunst from a Daguerreotj'pe. Size 11 8-1 6 X 
8 12-16. 

1175 WEBSTER AT FRANKLIN. The Home of his Childhood. Full 
length, with felt hat, seated under a tree. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Size 15X11. 

1 1 76 SOUVENER OF MARSHFIELD. DANIEL WEBSTER. Full 
length, holding a gun, standing under a tree, near a bench upon which 
is some dead game. Rectangle. Lithograph. Lith''^ by Pirodon. 
Painf? by Healy. Size 19 6-16X 14 6-16. 

1177 DAm WEBSTER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
T. Ball. Pinxt. L. Grozelier. Size 11 8-16X11 4-16. Cut oval. 

1 1 78 DANIEL ^^'T:BSTER. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Chromo- 
lithograph. Size 15 14-16X13 14-16. 



1 1 79 GIDEON WELLES. Three-quarter length, head to left, seated. 
Vignette. Stipple. Size 5 8-16X5. India proof before letters. 

1 180 PORTRAITS OF GIDEON WELLES. All different. 11 pieces 

1 181 JOHN CRAIG WELLS, ESQ. Counseller at Law. Full bust and 
head in profile to right. Circular medallion. Mezzotinto. Drawn & 
Eng<^ by St. Memin, Philad. Diameter 2 4-16. 

1182 WILLIAM HILL WELLS. U. S. Senator. Full bust and head in 
profile to right. Circular Medallion. Mezzotinto. Drawn & eng"i 
by S! Memin. Philad. Diameter 2 3-16. Two states of the plate. 

2 pieces 

1 183 JNO. \\T:NTW0RTH. Gov. of New Hampshu-e, from 1741 to 
1767. FuU length, head to left, standing. Rectangle. Line. J. 
Blackburne Pinxt. Eng"i by S. A. Schoff. Size 6 12-16X4 2-16. 
India proof. 

1184 W. A. WHEELER. FuU bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 
Line. Engraved and Printed by the Continental Bank Note Company. 
Size 13 15-16X10 13-16. 

1 185 HENRY WHITE, American Loyalist. Full bust, to left, head to right. 
Oval. Stipple. Size 4 5-16X3 4-16. Proof before letters. 



I02 

ii86 HUGH LAWSON WHITE. Half length, head to right, seated to the 
left of a table. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by T. B. Welch from 
a painting by E. G. Leutze. Size 4 10-16X3 15-16. India Proof 
bejore letters. 

1 187 THE SAME. Proof before letters. 

118S THE SAME. Three states of the plate, including proof jrom the 
Armstrong Collection. 3 pieces 

1 189 HUGH LAWSON WHITE. Autograph letter, signed Washington, 
Jan 14, 1840. 4to. 

1 190 JOHN WHITE OF KENTUCKY Speaker of the U. S. House of 
Representatives. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette. Colored 
Lithograph. Drawn by A. Gilbert. Lith. & Pub. by P. Haas, Wash? 
City. Size 11 X 7 4-16. Very rare and fine. 

1 191 HUGH WILLIAMSON, M.D. L.L.D. Full bust, head to right. 
Rectangle. Line. Painted by J. TrumbuU. Engraved by A. B. 
Durand. Size 4 14-16X3 15-16. 2 copies. 

1 192 HUGH WILLIAMSON, M.D. L.L.D. The friend who furnished 
Dr. Franklin with the celebrated Massachusetts Papers. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Engraved from the original Por- 
trait Painted by Colonel TrumbuU in the possession of Dr. D. Hosack, 
New York. Thompson sc. Size 4 2-16X4. 

1 193 THO? WILLING. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Size 4 8-16X4. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1 194 HON. HENRY WILSON, U. S. Senator from Massachusetts. Full 
bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Eng'' by A. H. Ritchie. 
Size 10 8-16X9 8-16. 

119s PORTRAITS OF HENRY WILSON. All different. 12 pieces 

1 196 JO. WINTHROP. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. 
Line. Van Dyke, Girsch. Size 4 1 2-16X3 10-16. India proof. 

1 197 JO. WINTHROP. Governor of Massachusetts 1630-1649. Full 
bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. Van Dyke. C. 
W. Sharpe. Size 4 7-16X3 11-16. India proof. 

1198 THE HONORABLE JOHN WINTHROP, ESQ., who procured the 
Charter of Connecticut and was Governor of the Colony from May 
1659 until April 5th, 1675. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectan- 
gle, the title in the lower portion. Line. A. Doolittle sc. N. Haven. 
Size 6 9-16X3 10-16. Engraved for Dr. Trumbull's History of Con- 
necticut, from an original Painting in the possession of Francis Bay^ 
Winthrop. Very rare. 



I03 

1 199 PORTRAITS OF JOHN WINTHROP. 4 pieces 

1200 ROBT C. WINTHROP. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 
Engraved by J. A. J. Wilcox from a Photograph by Warren. Size 
4 10-16X3 8-16. Itidia proof. 

1 201 JOHN WITHERSPOON, D.D. President of New Jersey CoUege in 
America. Full bust, head to right, the right hand resting on a book. 
Oval with a border, suspended by a ribbon. Stipple. Drawn from 
life, and Engraved by T. Trotter. Published as the Act directs April 1= 
1785. Size 2 14-16X2. Original Proof with full Margin. Very rare. 

1202 THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1203 " " India proof, late impression. 

1204 JOHN WITHERSPOON, D.D. Full bust, head to right, right hand 
resting on a book. Oval with ornamented border over a base upon 
which a cupid is resting. Line. Eng<i by John Scott, Glasgow. Pub- 
lished by William Collins, Glasgow. Size 4 10-16X 2 15-16. Very rare. 

1205 JOHN WITHERSPOON. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rect- 
angle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by C. 
W. Peale. Size 3 13-16X3 4-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1206 DOCT. J. WITHERSPOON. FuU bust, head to right. Oval. Slip- 
pie. D. Edwin, sculpt Engrav'd for W. P. Farrand & C? N? 185 
Market Street, Philadelphia. "The Evangelical Intelligencer." Size 
3X2 7-16. 

1207 REV? J. WITHERSPOON, D.D. President of Princeton College, 
New Jersey, America. FuU bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 
Ridley and Blood sculp. Published by Williams and C° Stationers 
Court. March i, 180S. Size 3 3-16X2 8-16. 

1208 PORTRAITS OF JOHN WITHERSPOON. 4 pieces 

1209 OLIVER WOLCOTT. Full bust, head to right, seated. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. Longacre from a Painting in Delaplaine's 
Gallery. Size 4X3 5-16. Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 

1 2 10 0LI\T:R WOLCOTT, 1782. Three-quarter length, head to right, 
seated to the left of a table. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved by F. 
Halpin from a painting by Earle in 1782. Size 6 2-16X4 11-16. Pri- 
vate plate. 



1211 



OLR^R WOLCOTT. Governor of the State of Connecticut. Full 
bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Delineated and Engraved 
by J. Sanford, Hartford, Connecticut. Size 4 7-16X3 7-16. 



I04 

1 21 2 HIS EXCELLENCY OLIVER WOLCOTT, Governor of the State 
of Connecticut. Nearly half length, head to left. Rectangle. Line. 
Engraved by A. B. Durand, New York. From an original picture 
painted by Sully in the possession of William Gracie Esq. Size 8 4-16 X 
6 15-16. Prooj jrom the Col. J no. Trumbull Collection. 

1213 JAMES WOOD. (Governor of Virginia.) Full bust, head to right. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Scoles, sculp. New York, Published by GrifSn 
& Rudd 1813. Size 3 5-16X 2 12-16. 

1214 LEVI WOODBURY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Line. 
Bureau Engraving & Printing. Size 2 6-16X i 10-16. Prooj. 

1215 CALEB S. WOODHULL, Mayor of New York 1849-51. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. Size 6X54-16. Only 12 
copies printed. 

1 216 GEORGE ^VYTHE. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
A. Rosenthal. From the original drawing by John Trumbull in the 
possession of Hon. James T. Mitchell. Size 2 4-16X2. 

1217 GEORGE WYTHE. FuU bust, head in profile to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Drawn and Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Portrait in 
the American Gleaner. Size 3 11-16X2 13-16. Three states of the 
plate. 3 pieces 

1218 PORTRAITS OF SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE. II pieces 

1219 PORTRAITS OF SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE. 7 pieces 

1220 PORTRAITS OF VICE-PRESIDENTS U. S. 13 pieces 

1221 " " " " " " Some Duplicates. 

9 pieces 

1222 PORTRAITS OF AARON BURR. Engraved by G. Parker. 4 copies. 

1223 PORTRAITS OF CABINET OFFICERS. No duplicates. 67 pieces 

1224 " " " " Some duplicates. 

36 pieces 

1225 PORTRAITS OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. No duplicates. 

91 pieces 

1226 PORTR.\ITS OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. Some dupli- 
cates. 71 pieces 

1227 PORTRAITS OF GOVERNORS OF THE STATES. India Proofs. 

31 pieces 



105 

1228 PORTRAITS OF COLONIAL GOVERNORS. Some Proofs. 

23 pieces 

1229 PORTRAITS OF CONGRESSMEN. 100 pieces 

1230 " " " 100 pieces 

1 23 1 " " " 66 pieces 

1233 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. Proofs. 80 pieces 

1234 " " " " 100 pieces 
123s " " " " 100 pieces 

1236 " " " " 100 pieces 

1237 " " " " 57 pieces 

1238 PORTRAITS OF SOLDIER STATESMEN, &c. 19 pieces 

1239 PORTRAITS OF SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE. 32 pieces 

1240 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. Lithograph, &c. 

25 pieces 

1 24 1 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. Halftones. 

104 pieces 

1242 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. Halftones. Lot. 

1243 LARGE LOT PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. 
Woodcuts, Halftones, &c. 

1244 LARGE LITHOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS OF DANE WEB- 
STER. 5 pieces 

1 245 PROCESS PORTRAITS OF J AS. G. BLAINE. All different. 
Large. 24 pieces 

1246 PROCESS PORTRAITS OF VICE-PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. 

Large. 28 pieces 

I2472PROCESS PORTRAITS OF UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES 
for President, Vice-President, Governors, &c. Large folio. 55 pieces 
The above jour lots form an interesting series of Campaign Por- 
traits, such as were posted in public places before election. While many 
possess considerable merit as portraits, others are simply abominable 
caricatures, but they form an interesting link in the political history of our 
country, and on account of their cheapness, very few were preserved, and 
in time to come these will be as valuable as the grotesque portraits of our 
Revolutionary heroes are today. 

1248 GROUP PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. 30 pieces 



io6 

1249 GROUP PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. A lot. 

1250 CAMPAIGN PORTRAITS. Grand National Whig Banner, with 
portrait of Clay and Frelinghuysen, colored and plain lithographs. 

5 pieces 

1251 CAMPAIGN PORTRAITS. National Democratic Banner with 
portraits of Douglas & Johnson, Cass & Butler (3), Seymour & Blair, 
and Tilden & Hendricks. Colored and plain lithographs. 6 pieces 

1252 CAMPAIGN PORTRAITS of W? R. King (2), Hannibal Hamlin, 
Henry Wilson (2), and Schuyler Colfa.x. All different lithographs. 

6 pieces 

1253 UNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE- 
PRESIDENT. Wm. A. Graham, Thomas Corwin, John Bell, Daniel 
Webster, James G. Birney, Henry Clay (3), Lewis Cass (2), Stephen A. 
Douglas (3), Theodore Frelinghuysen (3). Plain and Colored litho- 
graphs. 16 pieces 

The above jour lots form an interesting series of portraits posted in 
public places during the various campaigns oj the middle 0} the nineteenth 
century. They are mostly in colored lithography and nearly all published 
by Currier &= Ives of New York, and are such as were seen decorating 
the public rooms oj our country inns jrom 1840 to i860, and now extremely 
difficult to obtain. 

1254 PORTRAITS OF GOVERNORS AND CANDIDATES FOR 
GOVERNORS OF PENNSYLVANIA. W™ F. Johnston, Gen. 
James Irvin, Gen. W™ F. Packer, Frances R. Shunk, and W™ Bigler. 
All colored lithographs. r pieces 

1255 COLORED LITHOGRAPHS OF THE EXPLOSION ON THE 
FRIGATE PRINCETON. Col. Tilghman reading the news of Corn- 
wallis' Surrender, &c. A lot. 

1256 LOUISIANA LAW STAMPS. Different Denominations. 7 pieces 

1257 REVENUE STAMPS. (Snuff.) 14 pieces 

1258 " " (Proprietary.) 12 pieces 

1259 " " (Liquor.) 8 pieces 

1260 " " (Beer.) 14 pieces 

1261 " " (Cigars, Snuff, and Cigarets.) 27 pieces 

1262 A LOT OF REVENUE STAMPS. 

These stamps all bear portraits oj statesmen. 

1263 CONFEDERATE BANKNOTES. 106 pieces 

1264 BROKEN BANK NOTES. ng pieces 



107 
i26s BROKEN BANK NOTES. ii8 pieces 

1266 STORE CURRENCY DURING CIVIL WAR. 18 pieces 

1267 LOT OF PROOFS OF BANKNOTES. 

The above five lots all bear portraits of statesmen. 

1268 PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. No duplicates. 

100 pieces 

1269 A SIMILAR LOT. 100 pieces 

1270 100 pieces 

1 27 1 100 pieces 

1272 100 pieces 

1273 " " " 82 pieces 

PORTRAITS ENGRAVED ON STONE BY A. NEWSAM. 

1274 HON? JOHN BANKS. President Judge of the third Judicial Dis- 
trict. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. Painted by J. B. Schoener. 
On stone by A. Newsam. Size 7 3-16X6 4-16. 

127s J. W. BEAR. The Buckeye Blacksmith of Ohio. Half length, head 
to left. Vignette. Drawn from Life & on Stone by A. Newsam. 
P. S. Duval's Lith. Philad. Size 10 8-16X8 6-16. 

1276 CH. CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Painted by T. Sully in 1826. Newsam Del. Childs & In- 
man Lith? Size 9X7. 

1277 CASSIUS M. CLAY. Half length, head to right, seated. Vignette. 
From a Daguerreotj-pe by T. P. CoUins. On Stone by A. Newsam. 
Size 10 4-16X9 10-16. 

1278 HENRY CLAY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. From Neagle's 
original Painting. Executed by A. Newsam under the immediate 
supervision of the Painter from the full-length Portrait. Size 10 4-16X 
9 8-16. 

1279 ANOTHER COPY. 

1280 HENRY CLAY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Painted 
by J. Wood, and drawn on Stone by A. Newsam. Lith? by C. G. 
ChOds Philad?- Size 9 4-16X7 3-16. 

1281 A. C. DODGE. U. S. Senator from Iowa. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. On stone by A. Newsam, from a Dag? Size 9 10-16X 

7 8-16. 



io8 

1282 JOHN P. HALE. U. S. Senator from New Hampshire. Full bust, 
head to left. Vignette. On stone by A. Newsam. P. S. Duval. Lith. 
Phil^ Size 10 4-16X8. 

1283 JAMES HOB AN ESQ« Late U. S. Attorney for the District of Colum- 
bia. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. On stone by A. Newsam. 
From a Daguerreotype by W. J. Corcoran. Size 10 12-16X9. India 
proof. 

1284 RICHARD M. JOHNSON, of Kentucky. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Painted by H. Inman. A. Newsam Del. Size 9X8 8-16. 

1285 THE SAME. Proof before letters. 

1286 WILLIAM F. JOHNSTON. Governor of Penn^. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. On stone by A. New.sam. P. S. Duval Lith. Phib 
Size 9 12-16X9. India prooj. 

1287 GEN!- GEO. W. JONES. Senator from Iowa. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. On Stone by A. Newsam. Respectfully presented 
to his Family by his friend P. S. Duval. Size 10 4-16X8 4-16. 
India prooj. 

1288 J. GLANCY JONES. Representative in Congress from Pennsylvania. 
Full bust, head to left. Vignette. On stone by A. Newsam from a 
Dag! Size 9 8-16X8 8-16. India prooj. 

1289 MAJOR-GENERAL WILLIAM H. KEIM, 5th Division, P. V. 
Half length in uniform, head to left. Vignette. Drawn and improved 
on stone by A. Newsam. Size 11 8-16X8 8-16. 

1290 JOHN McLEAN, of Ohio. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Painted by T. Sully. A. Newsam. Size 8 8-16X8 10-16. Impres- 
sion from the First Stone, 1831. 

1291 THE SAME. Proof before letters. 

1292 JOHN McLEAN, of Ohio. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Painted by T. Sully. A. Newsam Del. Size 8 12-16X8 4-16. Im- 
pression from the Second Stone, 1832. 

1293 THE SAME. 

1294 " " India Proof. 

1295 " " Proof before letters. 

1296 JOSEPH MARKLE. Democratic WTiig Principles. Three-quarter 
length, head to left, seated at a table, upon which the left arm is resting, 
the hand holding a sword. Rectangle with an ornamented border, 
in the lower portion of which is a view of his residence. Painted by 
Wm. Cogswell. Drawn on stone by A. Newsam. Lith. of P. S. Duval, 
Philad^ Size 17 3-16X 14 2-16. 



log 

1297 J. MARSHALL. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Painted by 
H. Inman. Drawn by A. Newsam. From an Original portrait painted 
by order of the Bar of Philadelphia. Size 12 4-16X10. 

1298 THOMAS MELLON. Half length, head to left. Vignette. On 
stone by A. Newsam. P. S. Duval's Lith. Press, Ph^ Size 10 2-16X 
8 12-16. India proof. 

1299 HON. HENRY A. MUHLENBERG. Minister to Austria. Half 
length, head to left. Vignette. Schoener Pinxf On stone by A. 
Newsam. Size 6X6. India proof. 

1300 GEN. WILLIAM F. PACKER. Democratic Candidate for Gover- 
nor of Pennsylvania 1857. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. A. 
Newsam from an Antrotype by Walter Dinmore, Phila Size 9 8-16X8. 

1301 GENL. DAVID R. PORTER. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Jno. F. Francis pinxt. On stone by A. Newsam. Size g 4-16X 
812-16. India proof. 

1302 GENL. DAVID R. PORTER, Governor of Pennsylvania. Full 
length in uniform, on horseback, advancing to the left. Vignette. 
Desig & Lith. by A. Koellner. Portrait from Life on Stone by A. 
Newsam. Size 9 10-16X9 2-16. 

1303 W« C. PRESTON. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Painted by 
S.S.Osgood. A. Newsam, del. Size g 4-16X7 11-16. India proof. 

1304 JOSEPH RITNER, Governor of Pennsylvania. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. A. T. Lee Pinxt. On stone by A. Newsam. Size 
8 8-16X8 4-16. 

1305 JOSEPH RITNER. Governor of the State of Pennsylvania. Full 
length in shirt-sleeves, standing in the field, holding a Plough. Rectan- 
gle. J. F. Francis, p\nx\ On Stone by A. Newsam. Size 15 1-16X 
12 6-16. India proof. 

1306 THE SAME. India proof. 

1307 MAJOR JOHN SCHWARTZ. The Democratic Candidate for 
Congress in Berks. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. On Stone by A. 
Newsam. Photog^ by C. L. Phillippi, Reading, Pa. Size 10 12-16X7. 
India proof. 

1308 WILLIAM H. SEWARD. Senator from New York. FuU bust, head 
to left. Vignette. On Stone by A. Newsam. From a Daguerreotype 
by N. S. Bennett, Washington City. Size 9 8-16X7. India proof. 

1309 FRANCIS R. SHUNK. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Drawn 
on Stone by A. Newsam. From the original Painting executed by 
Thomas Sully, J^ at Pittsburg, 1844. Size 10 12-16X10 4-16. 



no 

1310 THE SAME. Stained. 

1311 SAMUEL A. TALCOTT ESQ., Attorney General of New York. 
Full bust, head to right. Vignette. C. G. Childs. direx. A. Newsam. 
Size 3 12-16X4. India proof. 

1312 THE SAME. Proof before letters. 

1313 WILLIAM WIRT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. A. Dickin- 
son Pinxt A. Newsam del. Size 7 12-16X6 10-16. 

1 3 14 GEORGE A. WAGGAMAN. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. 
Fainted by S. S. Osgood. On stone by A. Newsam. Size 8 15-16X 
7 8-16. India proof. 

This is Newsani's Masterpiece, and very rare. 

PORTRAITS ON STONE BY CHA? FENDERICH. 

1315 HON. JOHN BELL, Secretary of War. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. From life on stone for the U. S. Military Magazine by 
Ch? Fenderich. Size 6 4-16X5 10-16. 

1316 THOMAS H. BENTON, Senator from Missouri. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. Ch! Fenderich del. Size 10 8-16X10 8-16. India 
proof. 

1317 W KEY BOND, Representative from Ohio. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch! Fenderich. Size 10 10-16 
X 10. India proof. 

1318 JNO. M. BOTTS, Representative from Virginia. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch! Fenderich, 1841. Size 
10 14-16X10. India Proof. 

1319 J. C. CALHOUN, Senator from South Carolina. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life & on Stone by Cha! Fenderich. Size 
II X 10. India proof. 

1320 THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1321 HON. LE GRAND G. CAPERS, United States Judge for Tampico 
& State of Tamolipas Mexico in 1846-47 & 48. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. From life on stone by Ch! Fenderich 1848. Size 10 12-16 
X 9 8-16. hidia proof. 

1322 GEN. LEWIS CASS of Michigan. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
From life on stone by Ch! Fenderich 1848. Size 10 8-1 6X10. India 
proof. 

1323 J. CATRON, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States. Full 
bust, head to left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha! Fenderich, 
Washington City, March 4th, 1839. Size iiXio 8-16. India proof. 



1324 C. C. CLAY, Senator from Alabama. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
From life on Stone by Chas. Fenderich, Washington City. Size 
II 4-16X9 12-16. India proof. 

1325 H. CLAY, Senator from Kentucky. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Ch! Fenderich del. Size 10 8-16X9 12-16. hidia proof. 

1326 THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1327 HENRY CLAY, Senator from Kentucky. Full bust, head to right. 
Drawn from Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich 1840. Size 10 8-16X10. 
India proof. 

1328 J. J. CRITTENDEN, Senator from Kentucky. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich 1841. Size 

10 8-16X9 12-16. India proof. 

1329 J. J. CRITTENDEN, Senator from Kentucky. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich. Size 1 1 X 10. 
India proof. 

1330 JOHN D. DICKINSON, Representative in Congress from New York. 
Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Drawn on Stone by Ch? Fenderich. 
Size II 4-16X10 4-16. India proof. 

1331 HAMILTON FISH, Representative from New York. Full bust, 
head to right. Drawn from Life on Stone by Ch'; Fenderich. Size 

11 8-16X9 12-16. India proof. 

1332 JOHN FORSYTH, Secretary of State. Half length, head to right. 
Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha! Fenderich. Size 11 4-16X11. 
India proof. 

1333 FELIX GRUNDY, Attorney-General of the United States. Full 
bust, head to right. Vignette. From Life and on Stone by Ch? Fen- 
derich. Line. 104-16X108-16. /»(fza /iroo/, damaged on the lower 
margin. 

1334 JOSEPH N. FERNANDES, First Delegate to Congress from the 
Territory, and Brigadier General of the Militia of Florida. Full bust, 
head to left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich, Wash- 
ington City 1839. Size 10 10-16X 10. India proof. 

133s H. HUBBARD, Senator from New Hampshire. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich. Size 10 12-16 
X9 4-16. India proof. 

1336 THE SAME. India proof. 

1337 E. M. HUNTINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. On 
Stone by Ch= Fenderich, 1842. Size 10 12-16X9 12-16. India proof. 
Corner torn from lower margin. 



1338 RICHARD M. JOHNSON, Vice President of the United States. 
Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Ch! Fenderich del. Size 11 4-16 
X9 4-16. 

1339 AMOS KENDALL, Postmaster General. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. From life & on Stone by Chas. Fenderich, Washington. 
Size iiX 10 4-16. India proof. 

1340 WILLIAM R. KING, Senator from Alabama. Half length, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha? Fenderich. Size 1 1 4-16 
X II • India proof. 

1342 D« LEWIS FIELD LINN, Senator from Missouri. Full bust, head 
to left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich, Washington. 
Size 10 4-16X9 14-16. India proof. 

1343 THE SAME. India proof. 

1344 WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor of Georgia. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. From Life & on Stone by Cha'? Fenderich. Size 11 X 

9 14-16. India proof. 

1345 ELI MOORE, Representative from New York. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. Ch^ Fenderich del. Size 10 8-16X9 4-16. India 
proof. 

1346 A. MOULTON, Senator from Louisiana. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette, From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. Size 11 8-16X10. 
India proof. 

1347 ROBERT CARTER NICHOLAS, Senator from Louisiana. Full 
bust, head to left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. 
Size 10 8-16X10 12-16. India proof. 

1348 WILLIAM STUART PARROTT, Secretary of the Legation of the 
U. S. to Mexico in 1845-6. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. From 
Life on stone by Ch' Fenderich. Size 10 8-16X9 6-16. India proof. 

1349 J. R. POINSETT, Secretary of War. Full bust, head to right. Vig- 
nette. Ch^ Fenderich del. Size 11 4-16X 10. India proof. 

1350 W. C. RIVES, Senator from Virginia. Full bust, head to right. Vig- 
nette. From life & on Stone by Chas. Fenderich, Washington City. 
Size II 4-16X10 8-16. India proof. 

1351 W. H. ROANE, Senator from Virginia. Full bust, head to left. Vig- 
nette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich, Wash" City. Size 

10 6-16X 10 14-16. India proof. 

1352 JOHN M. ROBINSON, Senator from Illinois. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. Size 

11 10-16X10 12-16. India proof. 



"3 

1353 SAM^^ L. SOUTHARD, Senator from New Jersey. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. Size 12 4-16 
Xio 12-16. India proof, slightly torn. 

1354 THE SAME. India proof. 

1355 N. P. TALLMADGE, Senator from New York. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From Life & on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. Size 
10 10-16X 10. India proof. 

1356 N.'\THANIEL P. TALLMADGE, Senator from New York. Same as 
preceding print, but with variation in title. 

1357 WADDY THOMPSON, Envoy E.xtraordinar)' and Minister Plenipo- 
tentiary to Mexico. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. From Life 
on Stone by Ch! Fenderich. Size 10 12-16X 10 8-16. India proof. 

1358 J. TURRILL, Representative from New York. Full bust, head to 
left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich, Washington, 
D. C. Size 10 6-16X8 12-16. 

1359 A. P. UPSHUR. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. From Life on 
Stone by Ch^ Fenderich. Size 9 S-16X 10. India proof, with 4 pp. 
Autograph Manuscript of Upshur. 

1360 GARRET D. WALL, Senator from New Jersey. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch? Fenderich. Size 10 
1 2-1 6X9 14-16. India proof. 

1361 THE SAME. India proof. 

1362 JAS. WHITCOMB, Commissioner of the Land-office. Full bust, 
head to left. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Cha^ Fenderich. 
Size 10 12-16X 10 4-16. India proof. 

1363 HENRY A. WISE, Representative from Virginia. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. From Life on Stone by Ch» Fenderich. Size 10 2-16 
X9 8-16. Itidia proof. 

1364 LEVI WOODBURY, Secretary of the Treasury. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. Cha^ Fenderich Del. Size 10 12-16X11. India 
proof. 

1365 THE SAME. India proof. 

PORTRAITS ENGRAVED ON STONE BY F. D'AVIGNON. 

1366 LOT CLARK. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. LitW by F. 
D'Avignon, 323 Broadway, from a Daguerreotype by P. Haas. Size 
ID 6-16X 10 2-16. India proof. 

1367 H. CLAY. Full bust, head to right. Oval. F. D'Avignon, Lith 
from Dag. by Brady. Size 11 4-16X9 10-16. India proof. 



114 

1368 HOWELL COBB, Governor of Georgia. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Lith. by D'Avignon. Size 10 14-16X10 4-16. India 
proof. 

1369 EDWARD EVERETT. Full bust, head to left. Oval. F. D'Avig- 
non, lith. from Dag. by Whitehurst. Size 11 1-16X9 9-16. India 
prooj. 

1370 HON. WILLIAM JESSUP, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Lith. by F. D'Avignon from Daguer. by Brady. Size 9 4-16X8. India 
prooj. 

LARGE ENGRAVINGS, GROUPS, ETC. 

1371 THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 

States of America, July 4, 1776. Line. Painted by Jno. Trumbull. 
Engraved by A. B. Durand. (Copyright 1820.) With Key. Very 
rare. Fine impression. 

1372 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 4th, 1776. Line. 
Painted by John Trumbull. Engraved by W. L. Ormsby after Durand. 
With Key. 

1373 DECLARATION DE L'INDEPENDENCE DES ETATS-UNIS 
D'AMERIQUE. Mezzotinto, colored. Pinxt par J. Trumbull. Grav^ 
par Jazet. With Key. 

Only two copies were done in colors. 

1374 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 4th, 1776. Line. 
Painted by J. Trumbull. Engraved by W. L. Ormsby, New York. 
With Key. 

137s DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 4th 1776. After 
Jno. Trumbull. Colored Lithograph. With Key. 

1376 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE JULY 4th, 1776. After 
John Trumbull. Printed in Brown on MusHn. Size 30X21. Very 
rare. 

1377 COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS DRAFTING THE DECLARA- 
tion of Independence. Line. Painted by P. F. Rothermel. Engraved 
by T. D. Booth. 

1378 THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED 
States of America July 4th, 1776. Mixed. Painted by J. Trumbull. 
Engraved on Steel by H. S. Sadd, N. Y. 2 copies. 

1379 THE DECLARATION COMMITTEE. Lithograph by Currier & 
Ives. 

1380 SAMPLE PROOF SHEETS OF VIGNETTES, including many por- 
traits of eminent Americans: Engraved by Casilear, Durand, Burton & 
Edmonds, & Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co. Folio. 3 pieces 



1381 THE UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER. Henry Clay's 
Farewell Address. Indolint, by Anthony & Co. 

1382 HISTORICAL MONUMENT OF OUR COUNTRY. Line df 
Stipple. Painted by J. M. Enzing-Miller. Engraved by J. M. Enzing- 
MiUer. 

1383 HUNDERTIAHRIGES GEDENK-BLATT. The Declaration of 
Independence in German, surrounded with Historical Scenes & Por- 
traits. Imp. folio. 

1384 THE SAME. Text in English. 

1385 HERALDS OF FREEDOM. Group of Portraits of Holmes, May, 
Phillips, Garrison, Giddings, &c. Colored Lithograph. Published by 
C. H. Brainard, 1857. 

1386 HERALDS OF FREEDOM. Group of Portraits of Greeley, Sumner, 
Seward, Whittier, Beecher, &c. Lithograph. Published by C. H. 
Brainard 1856. 

1387 GOVERNORS OF MICHIGAN. A Group of Nineteen Portraits 
with View of the Capitol. Lithograph. Imperial folio. Very rare. 

1388 AMERICAN HISTORICAL GALLERY OF EMINENT CHAR- 
acters in our History. A Group of 30 Woodcut Portraits. Colored. 
Published by A. H. Jocelyn, N. Y., 1856. Imperial folio. 

1389 THREE IMPERIAL FOLIO SHEETS OF VIGNETTE POR- 
traits of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, and Views 
of their Residences. Engraved for Brotherhead's Book of the Signers. 

1390 CENTENNIAL MEMORIAL OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. 

Engraved by the American Bank Note Company, New York and Bos- 
ton. Imperial Folio. 

1391 THE UNITED STATES SENATE A. D. 1850 (Henry Clay Deliver- 
ing his celebrated speech on the Tarrtff.) Mezzotinto. Drawn by P. F. 
Rothermel. Engraved by R. Whitechurch. With Key. 

1392 DANIEL WEBSTER ADDRESSING THE UNITED STATES 
Senate in the Great Debate on the Constitution and the Union, 1850. 
Process Print. With Key. 

1393 THE SAME. Colored Lithograph. Varnished. 

1394 DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BANNERS. The Champion of the 
People's Right. Seymour & Blair and Greeley & Brown. Colored 
Lithographs. Imperial folio. Rare. 2 pieces 

139s THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. John G. 

Johnson arguing the " Northern Securities " case, January, 1904. Proc- 
ess Print. Imperial Folio. 



n6 

1396 EMINENT AMERICAN, ENGLISH, AND CANADIAN LAW- 

yers. Series A & B. A Grouping of many portraits. Imperial 
folio. 2 pieces 

1397 COLOSSAL LITHOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. Clinton B. Fisk, 
Prohibition Candidate for President, 18S8; Allen G. Thurman, 
Candidate for Vice-President; Jno. A. Brooks, Prohibition Candidate 
for Vice-President, 1888; and Levi P. Morton, Candidate for Vice- 
President. Imperial folio. 4 pieces 

1398 COLOSSAL COLORED LITHOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS of Levi 
P. Morton and Allen G. Thurman. Imperial folio. 2 pieces 

1399 POLITICAL CAMPAIGN BANNERS, Blaine & Logan, Bell & 
Everett, etc. Lithographs. Imperial folio. 8 pieces 

1400 LOT MISCELLANEOUS LITHOGRAPHS, Woodcuts, Newspaper 
prints, etc. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1401 HENRY BALDWIN, L.L.D. Associate Justice of the Supreme 
Court of the United States. Three-quarter length, head to left, hands 
folded, seated in an arm-chair. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. Painted by 
Ja? R. Lambdin, Chestnut St. Phil-' Engraved by J. Sartain, Sansom 
St. Phil^ From the Original Portrait Painted for Wilson McCandless 
Esq^ of the Pittsburgh Bar. (Copyright 1840.) Size 12 4-16X 
9 11-16. Original impression. Rare. 

1402 THE SAME. Later impression. 

1403 HENRY BALDWIN. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stip- 
ple. J. Bowman Pin.x'. C. Goodman and R. Piggot sc. Size 4 11-16 
X3 12-16. Rare. 

1404 THE SAME. Inlaid. 

1405 JOSEPH P. BRADLEY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Size 7 6-16X 5 2-16. Proof hejore letters. 

1406 J. CATRON, Justice of the Supreme Court of the U. S. Full bust, 
head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Etched by F. Girsch. Size 4 4-16 
X4 2-16. Inlaid. 3 copies. 

1407 THE SAME. Not inlaid. 3 copies. 

1408 SAMUEL CHASE. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Line. Size 
3 12-16X3 14-16. India proof before letters on large paper. 

1409 THP: SAME. India proof before letters. 



117 

1410 SAMUEL CHASE. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved from a Drawing by J. B. Longacre after a Painting by Jarvis. 
Size 3 13-16X3 2-16. Longacre's own prooj before letters. 

1411 THE SAME. Lettered impressions. 3 copies. 

141 2 SAMUEL CHASE. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. B. Forrest, from a Drawing by J. B. Longacre after an 
original Portrait by Jarvis. Size 4 4-16X3 7-16. 4 copies. 

1413 SALMON P. CHASE, Chief Justice of the United States, 1862 & 1864. 
Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. Etch^ by H. B. Hall, 
1878, from a Photoh by Hoyt. Size 8 8-16X 7 8-16. Full Margin. 

1414 THE SAME. Cut down. 

1415 SALMON P. CHASE. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Photo- 
gravure. D. H. Anderson. Size 16 8-16X13 4-16. Artist's proof, 
signed. 

1416 PORTRAITS OF SALMON P. CHASE. All different. 9 pieces 

141 7 NATHAN CLIFFORD. Full bust, head to right. Vignette in a 
ruled background. Stipple. Eng':' by G. R. Hall, Brooklyn N. Y. 
Size 8 10-16X6 10-16. India proof. 

1418 B. R. CURTIS. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. 
Albert Rosenthal. Copyright by Albert Rosenthal, Phila., 1899. Size 
17 4-16X14. Signed proof. 

No. 5 of a limited edition of j^. 

1419 THE SAME. First to the seventh trial proof. 7 pieces 

1420 B. R. CURTIS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Size 
3 14-16X3 7-16. India proof. 2 copies. 

1421 Three-quarter length, full face, standing. Vignette. 

Stipple. F. T. Stuart, Boston.. Size 5X3 12-16. India proof. 2 
copies. 

1422 WILLIAM CUSHING, Justice U. S. Supreme Court, 1 789-1810. 
Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. Etching. From a 
Portrait in the Wentworth House, Portsmouth, N. H. Size 4 4-16X 
3 12-16. India prooj. 3 copies. 

1423 WILLIAM R. DAY. Half length, head to right. Phototype. Size 
13 14-16X 10 8-16. 

1424 GABRIEL DUVAL. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular. 
Mezzotinto. (Eng'i by S' Memin.) Diameter 2 4-16. Reprint. 

1425 OLIVER ELLSWORTH. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Photogravure. D. H. Anderson. Size 14X 13 2-16. Signed proof. 



ii8 

1426 OLIVER ELLSWORTH. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stip- 
ple. J. Herring. H. B. Hall. Size 3 12-16X3 io~i6. Ifidia proof. 
2 copies. 

1427 THE HON. OLIVER ELLSWORTH ESQ? Full bust, head to 
right. Oval. Stipple. Painted by Jno. Trumbull. Engr? by P. 
Maverick, Newark. Size 3 12-16X3. 

1428 THE SAME. Inlaid. 

1429 " " Later state of the plate. Inlaid. 

1430 OLIVER ELLSWORTH, ESQ", late Chief Justice of the United 
States. FuU bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Trumbull 
pin.x^ Edwin sc. Engrav'd for the Analectic magazine. Publish'd 
by M. Thomas. Size 3 10-16X2 15-16. 7 copies. 

1 43 1 THE SAME. Two states of the plate, inlaid. 2 pieces 

1432 " " Without the pubhsher's address. 2 copies. 

1433 PORTRAITS OF OLIVER ELLSWORTH. All different. 7 pieces 

1434 MELVILLE W. FULLER. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Etching. James S. King. Size 14 8-16X11 2-16. Artist's proof. 
Signed by Justice Fuller and the Etcher. 

1435 MELVILLE W. FULLER. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Photogravure. D. H. Anderson. Size 16 8-16X13 6-16. Signed 
proof. 

1436 WARD HUNT. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Eng^ 
by H. B. Hall & Sons, 62 Fulton S? N. Y. Size 3 1 2-16X3 4-i6. 
Hall's own proof, before final lettering. 

1437 THE SAME. Plain impression. 2 copies. 

1438 JAMES IREDELL, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the 
' U. S. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular. Mezzotinto. 

(Eng'i by S^ Memin.) Diameter 2 4-16. 

PORTRAITS OF JOHN JAY. 

1439 JOHN JAY. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle, in the 
lower portion of which is a tablet with the title. Stipple. Painted by 
Gabriel Stuart. Engraved by Cornelius Tiebout. London, Published 
as the Act directs by C. Tiebout, N? 16 Duke S! Portland Chapel, 
Apl I?' 1793. Size 12 7-16X8 12-16. 

Excessively rare. Fine impression. See reduced facsimile. 







REDUCED FACSIMILE OF LOT 1439 



THE NEW YORK 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



ASTOR, LENOX AMD 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 



119 

1440 Nearly full length, head to right, seated in an arm-chair 

to the left of a table, the right arm thrown over the back of the chair, 
the left resting on some papers on the table. Rectangle. Photogra- 
vure. Size 19 11-16X16 8-16. Remarque prooj. 

After the Athenaeum Portrait by Gilbert Stuart. 

1441 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Photogravure. D. 

H. Anderson. Size 16 3-16X13 3-16. Signed prooj. 

1442 HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN JAY, President of Congress and Minister 
Plenipotentiary from the American Congress at Madrid. Full bust 
and head in profile to right. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. B. B. E. 
Pub'? May 15* 1783, by R. Wilkinson, N° 58 Cornhill, London. Size 
4 7-16X3 11-16. Early prooj. 

1443 JOHN JAY, formerly President of the Congress. Full bust and head 
in profile to right. Oval with a border of one line. Stipple in brown. 
B. Reading, Sculpt Drawn from the Life by Du Simetiere in Phila- 
delphia. Publish'd May lotii 1783 by Wl° Richardson No. 174 Strand. 
Size 2 15-16X2 7-16. 

1444 THE SAME. Cut down. 

1445 THE SAME. Impression from the plate with title masqued. 

1446 Full bust and head in profile to left. Oval Medallion 

suspended by a ring over a base in a rectangle. Line. Drawn from 
the life by Du Simetiere in Philadelphia. Engraved by B. L. Prevost, 
at Paris. Size 4 15-16X3 10-16. Proof before the title. 

1447 THE SAME. A modern copy. 

1448 JOHN JAY. Full bust and head in profile to right. Oval in a rectan- 
gle, the title in a tablet in the lower portion. G. Fairman delt. W. 
Hooker sc. Size 4 9-16X3 8-16. From the Literary Magazine, Dec, 
1804. 

1449 ANOTHER COPY. 

1450 " " Inlaid. 

1451 JOHN JAY. Ministre du Congres des Etats Unis d'Amerique. Full 
bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. Imp? par Chardon jeune et 
Fils, 3. r. Racine. Paris. Size 5X3 14-16. India prooj and plain 
impression. 2 pieces 

1452 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. Stuart. J. 

Andrews. Draper Toppan & Co., New York. Size i 6-16X1 3-16. 
Two states of the plate. 2 pieces 



1453 JOHN JAY ESO^ late Chief Justice of the United States. Three- 
quarter length, head to right, seated to the left of a table upon which 
the left hand is resting on an upright book. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved from the Original Picture Painted by Stuart. Leney sc' 
Published by Joseph Delaplaine. Size 5X3 15-16. 2 copies. 

1454 THE SAME before the publisher's address. Inlaid. 2 copies. 

1455 THE SAME. Variation in title. Inlaid. 2 copies. 

1456 JOHN JAY. Nearly full length, head to right, seated to the right of a 
table upon which the arm is resting, a paper held in the left hand. Rect- 
angle. Line. Painted by Stuart & Trumbull. Eng. by A. B. Durand. 
Size 4 10-16X3 12-16. 4 copies. 

1457 THE SAME. Modern impressions on India paper. 2 copies. 

1458 JOHN JAY. First Chief Justice U. S. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Stipple. H. B. Hall. Size 4 13-16X4 12-16. 5 copies. 

1459 JOHN JAY. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Eng. 
by Williams, New York. Size 4 10-16X3 15-16. India proof. 

1460 PORTRAITS OF JOHN JAY. AU different. 9 pieces 



1461 THOMAS JOHNSON. Nearly half length, head to right, a paper 
held in the right hand. Rectangle. Line. Engraved by Jos. J. Pease, 
from a Painting by C. W. Peak. Size 4 5-16X3 9-16. 3 copies. 

1462 THE HON«.''= BROCKHOLST LIVINGSTON. FuU bust and 
head in profile to right. Oval with a border, resting on a rock upon 
which is the title, an eagle with outspread wings, with the Scales of 
Justice in its beak, over the oval. Stipple. Drawn by Martin. Eng4 
by Prud'homme N. York. Pub^ by J. Mar 19 Warren S' N. York. 
Size 5 12-16X4 10-16. Very rare. 

1463 BROCKHOLST LIVINGSTON, Judge of the Supreme Court of the 
U. S. Full bust and head in profile to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Ma.x Rosenthal. Size 3 4-16X 2 8-16. Private plate. 

1464 JOHN McLEAN, Justice of the Supreme Court of the U. S. Full 
bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. Etched by F. Girsch. Size 
4X4 2-16. 2 copies. 

146s THE SAME. Prooj before letters. 

1466 JOHN McLEAN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Engraved by W. G. Armstrong from a Painting by T. Sully in possession 
of B. W. Richards Esq^ Size 4 6-16X3 9-16. Large paper. 

1467 THE SAME. India proof and plain impression. 2 pieces 



121 

1468 THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 2 copies. 

1469 " " The Original Drawing by W. G. Armstrong from which 
the Engraving was made. 

PORTRAITS OF JOHN MARSHALL. 
1469a JOHN MARSHALL. Chief Justice of the United States. A full- 
length profile, portrait, to right, in high relief, on wax, by Patience 
Wright. Size 11 X 7. 

This interesting portrait oj the great Chief Justice is no doubt the 
production oj the celebrated Patience Wright, who Hkeunse modelled the 
portrait oj Washington and other noted men in wax. This was jormerly 
the property oj Hon. Benj. Harris Brewster, Attorneys-General oj the 
United Slates, and hung jor many years in his law office. It was pur- 
chased at the sale oj his effects, by Chiej Justice Mitchell. 

1470 J. MARSHALL. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette. Etching. 
Etched by Albert Rosenthal Phila. 1901, from the painting by Chester 
Harding in the Athenaeum, Boston, Mass. Size 15 4-16X 13. Artist's 
remarque prooj, signed. Published for the Subscribers to the John 
Marshall Memorial Window in Burton Hall, Williamsburg. 

147 1 THE SAME. Plain Impression. 

1472 " " First to Fourth trial proof. 4 pieces 

1473 Three-quarter length, head to right, seated, a book held 

in the right hand, resting on the knee. Rectangle. Photogravure. 
From the Painting from Life by Henry Inman. Size 14 13-16X 
II 8-16. India prooj. 

1474 THE SAME. Remarque Prooj. 

1475 " " Autograph Prooj. 

1476 JOHN MARSHALL L.L.D. Chief Justice of the United States 1801 
to 1835. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Etching. Etchd by 
H. B. Hall, N. Y., 1877. Size 8 8-16X7 4-16. Large Paper. 

1477 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. Jas. 

Fagan. Size 13 12-16X10 12-16. Artist's remarque prooj, signed. 

Sixth prooj from copper plate before steel facing. 

1478 CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. Bust and head in profile to left. 
Vignette in a background ruled to a rectangle. Eng<i by W. L. Ormsby 
after a model by R. E. Launitz from J. Frazee's marble bust. Size 
II 11-16X9 10-16. 

1479 Bust and head in profile to left. Life size. Facsimile 

of the Original Crayon Drawing by S' Memin, in black on pink paper. 
Published by C. Klackner, 7 West 28^^ St., N. Y. Size 18 8-16X13. 



122 

1480 J. MARSHALL. Full bust and head in profile to right. Rectangle. 
Etching. Albert Rosenthal. Size 17X14 1-16. ArtisVs Remarque 
proof, signed. No. i. Published by W. J. Campbell. 

1481 Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Photogravure. 

D. H. Anderson. Size 16 8-16X 13 4-16. Signed prooj. 

1482 J. MARSHALL. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. 
Thos. Sully. Henry Taylor Jr. From the original painting in the 
possession of John Barton Payne, Esqre. Chiaago, 111. Size 15 8-16X 
12 4-16. Artist's rcmarque prooj, signed. 

1483 THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1484 Half length, head to left, standing. Rectangle. Process. 

Size 16 4-16X 12 14-16. 

1484a JOHN MARSHALL. Chief Justice of the U. S. Full bust, head to 
right. Oval. Stipple. J. Paul. Pinx. D. Edwinsc. Size3 11-16X3. 

1484J J. MARSHALL. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
Albert Rosenthal. Size 2X2. Signed prooj on satin. 

1484c THE SAME. India prooj. 3 copies. 

1484^ J. MARSHALL. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Eng^ 
by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York. Size 4 4-16X4. India prooj. 

1485 JOHN MARSHALL, L.L.D. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Stipple. Engd by W. G. Jackman. Size 4 12-16X4 8-16. India 
prooj. 2 copies. 

i486 THE SAME. Proof before letters. 

1487 " " Lettered impression. 2 copies. 

1488 CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. Half length, head to right. Rect- 
angle. Stipple. J. Wood Pin.x? F. Kearny Sculp. Size 4 3-1 6X 

3 4-16. 2 copies. 

1489 JOHN MARSHALL L.L.D. Three-quarter length, head to left. 
Standing. Rectangle. Stipple. J. B. Martin. A. H. Ritchie. Size 

4 6-16X3 7-16. India prooj. 

1490 J. MARSHALL. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
D. Appleton & Co., New York. Size 5 5-16X3 15-16. India prooj. 

1491 JOHN MARSHALL, L.L.D. Half length, head to right, the right 
hand resting on a book. Rectangle. Line. Painted by Henry Inman, 
Esq., by A. B. Durand. Size 4 10-16X3 12-16. Large paper. 3 
copies. 

1492 THE SAME. Later impression on India paper. 2 copies. 



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1493 THE SAME. Later impression on large paper. 2 copies. 

1494 PORTRAITS OF JOHN MARSHALL. All different. 9 pieces 

1495 THE HOUSE WHERE CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL DIED. 
Walnut St. before Fifth St. Piiilad. Etching by James H. Fincken. 
Size 13 8-16X 10 9-16. Artist's remarque proof, signed. 

1496 PORTRAIT OF CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL. Process Prints. 

2 pieces 



1497 ALFRED MOORE. Full bust, nearly full face. Oval. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. Heath. Size 2 14-16X2 6-16. 

1498 ALFRED MOORE. Full bust, nearly fuU face. Oval. Stipple. 
Engraved by J. Neagle. Size 2 14-16X2 7-16. Rare. 

1499 A. MOORE. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Line. Painted 
by Charles Hayter. Engraved by Philip Audinet. Size 3 9-16X 
2 13-16. 

1500 SAMUEL NELSON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Etched by Max Rosenthal. Size 16 8-16X 15 8-16. Artist's remarque 
proof, signed. 

1 501 THE SAME. Four trial proofs. 4 pieces 

1502 HON. WILLIAM PATERSON, Associate Justice Supreme Court, 
U. S. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Max Rosenthal. Size 4 4-16X3 12-16. Private plate. 4 copies. 

1503 R. W. PECKHAM. Full bust, nearly full face. Rectangle. Etching. 
James S. King. Size 14 2-16X10 14-16. Artist's proof, Signed by 
Judge Peckham and the Etcher. 

1504 JOHN RUTLEDGE. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Photo- 
gravure. Size 16 10-16X13 2-16. Signed proof. 

1505 Full bust, head to right. Oval. Etching. Max Rosenthal 

Aqua fortes 1890. Size 4 14-16X3 12-16. India proof. 

1506 JOHN RUTLEDGE. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stip- 
ple. Eng'? by G. F. Storm From a Dravifing by James Herring, after 
the original by Col. Tnunbull. Size 4 5-16X3 6-16. 6 copies. 

1507 LEMUEL SHAW. Three-quarter length, head to right, standing, a 
paper held in the left hand, the right resting on a book. Rectangle. 
Etching. Etched by Saml. S. King. Size 17 4-16X 14 7-16. Artist's 
proof, signed. 



124 

i5o8 LEMUEL SHAW. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Etching. Ma.x 
Rosenthal. Size 17 11-16X15. Artist's prooj, signed. No. 2. With 
defaced plate. 

Limited to 75 copies. 

1509 THE SAME. Seven trial proofs. 7 pieces 

1510 LEMUEL SHAW. Half length, head to left, seated. Rectangle. 
Photogravure. Size 7 12-16X6 2-16. Prooj. 

1511 HON. EDWIN M. STANTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette 
in a background ruled to a rectangle. Mixed. Photo, by Brady. 
Engd by W™ Murray, N. Y. Size 11 4-16X8 13-16. India prooj. 

151 2 Full bust, full face. Vignette. Stipple. Engd by A. H. 

Ritchie. Size 3 14-16X4. India prooj. 

1513 EDWIN M. STANTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stip- 
ple. Engd by A. H. Ritchie. Size 3 8-16X2 14-16. India prooj. 

1514 EDWIN M. STANTON. Full length, head to left, seated to the right 
of a table. Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting by Nash 
in the possession of the Publishers, Johnson, Fry & Co., New York. 
Size 7 2-16X5 8-16. Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

1515 PORTRAITS OF EDWIN M. STANTON. All different. 9 pieces 

1516 JOSEPH STORY. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. 
James S. King. Size 14 11-16X11 10-16. Artist's prooj, signed. 

1517 JOSEPH STORY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 
Drawn by J. E. Johnson Eng"! by J. Sartain. Size 3 6-16X3 6-16. 
Prooj bejore letters. 2 copies. 

1518 JOSEPH STORY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette in a ruled back- 
ground. Line. From a Crayon Drawing by W. W. Story. Engraved 
by J. Cheney. Size 4 10-16X3 10-16. 2 copies. 

1519 THE SAME. India prooj. 

1520 JOSEPH STORY, L.L.D. Half length, head to left. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by G. Parker, from a painting by Chester Harding. 
Size 4 7-16X3 7-16. Prooj bejore letters. 2 copies. 

1521 JOSEPH STORY. Full bust, head to left, standing. Rectangle. 
Stipple. From the original painting by Chappel. Size 6 6-16X 
4 8-16. Prooj bejore letters and plain impression. 2 pieces 

1522 PORTRAITS OF JOSEPH STORY. 7 pieces 

1523 ROGER BROOKE TANEY. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. 
Photogravure. D. H. Anderson. Size 16 6-16X13 4-16 Signed 
prooj. 



125 

1524 Full bust, head slightly to left. Rectangle. Etching. 

James S. King. Size 15 2-16X10 14-16. Finished trial proof, signed. 

1525 ROGER B. TANEY, Chief Justice of the United States, 18,36-1864. 
Full bust, full face. Vignette. Etching. Etched by Cha? B. Hall, 
N. Y. Size 9 8-16X7 2-16. India proof. 

1526 R. B. TANEY. Chief Justice of the United States. Full bust, head 
to right. Oval. Mezzotinto. Engraved by Samuel Sartain after the 
Original Drawing by F. B. Mayer. Size 7 2-16X 5 10-16. Proof before 
letters. 

1527 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 4 copies. 

1528 R. B. TANEY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mi.xed. Eng^ 
by W. G. Jackman. Size 3 6-16X3 10-16. India proof. 

1529 R. B. TANEY. Full length, full face, seated to the left of a table. 
Rectangle. Stipple. From the original painting by Chappel. Size 
711-16X55-16. India proof. 

1530 PORTRAITS OF ROGER B. TANEY. All different. 5 pieces 

1531 MORRISON R. WAITE. Full bast, head to left. Rectangle. Photo- 
gravure. D. H. Anderson. Size 16 10-16X13 4-16. Signed proof. 

1532 M. R. WAITE. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
H. B. Hall, Jr. Size 5 8-16X4 2-16. India proof. 

1533 M. R. WAITE, Chief Justice of the United States. Full bust, head to 
right. Vignette. Stipple. Atlantic Publishing & Engraving Co. 
New York. Size 3 12-16X4. India proof. 

1534 PORTRAITS OEM. R. WAITE. All different. 7 pieces 

153s BUSHROD WASHINGTON, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court 
of the United States. Half length, head to left, seated. Vignette. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by C. Harding. 
Size 9 4-16X8 12-16. India proof before the title. 

1536 THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

1537 BUSHROD WASHINGTON. Half length, head to right, with specta- 
cles resting on the forehead, the right hand resting on a book. Rectan- 
gle. Line. Painted by Wood. Engraved by Neagle. Published by 
Joseph Delaplaine. Size 5 1-16X4 1-16. Proof before letters. Rare. 
Never published. 

1538 THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

1539 HON. JAMES WILSON, L.L.D. Full bust, with spectacles, head 
to right. Oval. Stipple. D. Edwin, sc. Size 2 1 1-16X2 2-16. 



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1540 JAMES WILSON. Full bust, with spectacles, head to right. Rectan- 
gle. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Miniature in the 
possession of Mrs. Hollingsworth. Size 3 13-16X3 1-16. Proof, jrom 
Longacre's own collection. 

1 541 THE SAME. Plain impressions. 8 copies. 

1542 LEVI WOODBURY. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Wood 
Engraving. D. C. Hitchcock. Size 6 4-16X5. India proof. Very 
rare. 

1543 PORTRAITS OF LEVI WOODBURY. All different. 11 pieces 

1544 " " " " " " 6 pieces 

1 545 THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 1894. 
Photogravure. Published by the Boston Book Co. 

1546 THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. Portraits 
of Justice Davis, Swayne, Grier, Wayne, Chase, Nelson, Clifford, Miller, 
and Field and Clerk Middleton. Photograph by A. Gardner. 

1547 PHOTOGRAVURES FROM THE PRECEDING PHOTOGRAPH. 

1548 JUSTICES OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT 1904. 
Engraved & Published by E. G. Williams & Bro., New York. 

1549 PORTRAITS OF THE CHIEF JUSTICES WHICH HANG IN 

the Robing Room of the Supreme Court, Washington, D. C, including 
Portraits of Jay, Rutledge, Ellsworth, Marshall, Taney, Chase, Waite, 
and FuUer. Photogravure. Copyright by C.E.Anderson, Sec'y 1901. 
Size II 1 2-16X8 14-16. 8 pieces 

1550 LOT PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1551 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 
U. S. All different. 26 pieces 

1552 SIMILAR LOT. 19 pieces 

1553 " " Some duplicates. 31 pieces 

1554 PORTRAITS OF JOHN MARSHALL. Banknote Vignettes. All 
different. Proofs. 5 pieces 

1555 PORTRAITS OF EDWIN M. STANTON. Banknote Vignettes. 
All different. Proofs. 4 pieces 

1556 PORTRAITS OF ROGER B. TANEY. Banknote Vignettes. 
Proofs. 2 pieces 

1 557 PORTRAITS OF SALMON P. CHASE. Banknote Vignettes. 
Mostly proofs, all different. 10 pieces 

1558 SIMILAR LOT. All different. 6 pieces 



127 

1 559 PORTRAITS OF M. R. WAITE, LEVI WOODBURY, AND JNO. 

McLEAN. Banknote Vignettes. Mostly proofs. 5 pieces 

1560 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 
UNITED STATES. Etched by Rosenthal. Signed Proofs. 11 pieces 

1 561 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 

U. S. Etched by Rosenthal. Proofs. No duplicates. 48 pieces 

1562 DITTO. 13 pieces 

1563 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 
U. S. Lithographs. Private plates, mostly proofs. 10 pieces 

1564 DITTO. Some duplicates. 9 pieces 

1565 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 
U. S. Woodcuts, inlaid to 4to. 89 pieces 

1566 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 

U. S. Process prints, 4to. 83 pieces 

1567 DITTO. Lithographs. 10 pieces 

1568 PORTRAITS OF JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE 
U.S. Woodcuts. Groups. Process prints, etc. Lot. 



ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES. 

1569 W" BRADFORD ESQ? Late Attorney-General of the United 
States. Full bust, full face. Oval. Mezzotinto. Size 3X27-16. 
India proof. 

1570 WILLIAM BRADFORD ESQ«- Full bust, full face. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Edwin sc. Size 4 2-16X3 4-16. 2 copies. 

1 57 1 THE SAME. Later impressions. 3 copies. 

1572 JOHN Mcpherson BERRIEN, of Georgia, Attorney-General. Full 
bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Drawn & Engraved by J. B. 
Longacre. Size 3 2-16X3. India proof. 

1573 PORTRAITS OF JOHN McPHERSON BERRIEN. 8 pieces 

1574 J. S. BLACK. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. Albert 
Rosenthal. Size 15 4-16X12 8-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

No. 2 of a limited number published. 

157s THE SAME. Four trial proofs. 4 pieces 

1576 HON. JEREMIAH S. BLACK, Attorney-General of the U. S. Full 
bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Max Rosenthal. Size 
48-16X314-16. Private plate. 



128 

1577 PORTRAITS OF JEREMIAH S. BLACK. 7 pieces 

1578 PORTRAITS OF BENJ. F. BUTLER. 3 pieces 

1579 C. GUSHING. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Size 
314-16X38-16. India proof. 

1580 PORTRAITS OF CALEB GUSHING. Some duplicates. 12 pieces 

1 581 CHAS. DEVENS. Three-quarter length, head to left. Rectangle. 
Etching. Etched by SchofE. Size 9 8-16X6 12-16. Prooj bejore letters. 

1582 \V« M. EVARTS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette.' Etching. 
Etchd by H. B. Hall, N. Y. 1878. Size 4 10-16X4 4-16. India prooj 
bejore letters. 

1583 W" M. EVARTS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. Eng. 
by W. Wellstood & Co. N. York. Size 4 2-16X3 8-16. Prooj bejore 
letters and Lettered impression. 2 pieces 

1584 W« M. EVARTS. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Mixed. Size 
44-16X3 14-16. Prooj bejore letters. 

1585 PORTRAITS OF \V« M. EVARTS. 5 pieces 

1586 " " HENRY D. GILPIN. 6 pieces 

1587 JOHN W. GRIGGS. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Albert Rosenthal. Size 4 6-16X3 6-16. Artist's prooj, signed, & plain 
impression. 2 pieces 

1588 FELIX GRUNDY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
On stone by Newsam. Lehman & Duval Litho''.' Size 5 8-16X 
412-16. India prooj & plain impression. 2 pieces 

1589 FELIX GRUNDY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Engraved by T. B. Welch from a painting by W. B. Cooper. Size 
4 10-16X3 7-16. India prooj. 

1590 PORTRAITS OF FELIX GRUNDY. 4 pieces 

1591 JUDSON HARMON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
Albert Rosenthal. Size 42-16X38-16. Two states of the plate. 

2 pieces 

1592 PORTRAITS OF REVERDY JOHNSON. 6 pieces 

1593 PORTRAITS OF HUGH S. LEGARE. 5 pieces 

1594 WAYNE Mac VEAGH. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etch- 
ing. James S. King. Size 14 6-16X11 2-16. Artist's prooj, signed by 
the Artist and MacVeagh. 

Twentieth finished prooj jrom the copper. 

1595 PORTR.AITS OF THEOPHILUS PARSONS by Leney, &c. 6 pieces 



129 

1596 EDWARDS PIERREPONT. FuU bust, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engd by Geo. E. Ferine, N. York. Size 53-16X315-16. 
India proof. 

1597 HON. EDWARDS PIERREPONT, LL.D., D.C.L., Attorney-General 
in the Cabinet of General Grant. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. Size 5 6-16X4 12-16. 4 copies. 

1598 HON. EDWARDS PIERREPONT. FuU bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. 812636-16X38-16. Prooj hejore letters. 

1599 W" PINKNEY. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. Eng<! 
by W. G. Jackman. 5126412-16X313-16. India prooj. 

1600 WILLIAM PINKNEY ESQ. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Painting by C. King. Size 
5X4- 3 copies. 

1601 WILLIAM PINKNEY. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. 
Stipple. Engraved by E. Wellmore from a Painting by C. B. King. 
512646-16X38-16. 6 copies. 

1602 PORTRAITS OF W« PINKNEY. 6 pieces 

1603 EDMUND RANDOLPH. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Etching. Etchd by H. B. Hall, Morrisania N. Y., 1872. Size 3 10-16 
X3 4-16. India Proofs, private plate. 2 copies. 

1604 C. A. RODNEY. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular. 
Mezzotinto. Drawn & Y.ng^ by Si Memin, Philad? Diameter 2 4-16. 

4 pieces 

1605 RICHARD RUSH. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Mezzotinto. 
On Steel by John Sartain, PhOj From a Portrait painted in| London. — 
iEtat. 40. Size 5X3 15-16. Prooj before letters & Lettered impression. 

2 pieces 

1606 PORTRAITS OF RICHARD RUSH. 4 pieces 

1607 W" WIRT. Full bust and head in profile to left. Circular. Mezzo- 
tinto. S*. Memin del'. & sc. Diameter 2 4-16. Original impression, 
prooj. 

1608 W" WIRT. Full bust and head in profile to left on title-page of "The 
Letters of a British Spy." Vignette. Stipple. Edwin, sc. Size 
2 4-1 6 X 2 4-16. Rare. 

1609 WILLIAM WIRT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Size 6 12-16X6. Very rare. 

1610 \\TLLIAM WIRT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 
•A. Dickinson, Pin.x'. A. Newsam, del. Childs & lUman Lith"'.' Size 

7 14-16X6 10-16. 
9 



130 

i6ii WILLIAM WIRT. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Drawn from life and Engraved by J. B. Longacre. Size 4 7-16X3 7-16. 
Longacre's own proof bejore letters. 

1612 THE SAME. Three states of the plate. 3 pieces 

1 61 3 PORTRAITS OF W" WIRT. 6 pieces 

1614 PORTRAITS OF THE ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Etched by Max Rosenthal & 
Albert Rosenthal, with Biographical notes by Chas. R. Hildeburn: 40 
Portraits, all Artist's Proofs, Signed. In three Portfolios. 4to. 

No. 75 oj 2j copies published. 

1615 PORTRAITS OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE U. S. Bank- 
note Vignettes. Proofs, all different. 10 pieces 

1616 A SIMILAR LOT. 8 pieces 

161 7 PORTRAITS OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE U. S. Some 
duplicates. 16 pieces 

1618 PORTRAITS OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL OF THE U. S. Inlaid 
to 4to. 50 pieces 



EMINENT AMERICAN JURISTS AND LAWYERS. 

1619 JUDGE ANDREWS. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etching. 
Jas Fagan. Size 13 14-16X10 13-16. Artist's remarque proof, signed. 

i620jSIMEON BALDWIN. FuU bust and head in profile to right. Circu- 
lar. Mezzotinto. Diameter 2 3-16. Engraved by S^ Memin. Orig- 
inal impression, proof. 

1621 JUDGE M. BEASLEY. Half length, full face, seated. Vignette. 
Etching. Albert Rosenthal. Artist's proof, signed, and defaced plate. 

No. I of limited number. 

1622 EGBT BENSON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. Gilbert 
Stuart 1805. Charles Burt 1869. Size 3 10-16X3 2-16. India proof 
and Proof bejore letters, private plate. 2 pieces 

1623 JUDGE SIDNEY BREESE. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Etch- 
ing. J. A. J. Wilco.x. Size 16 10-16X 13 12-16. Artist's remarque 
proof, signed. 

1624 JAMES V. CAMPBELL. Full bust, head nearly in profile to right. 
Vignette. .Stipple. Engd by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York. Size 
3 12-16X3 i2-i6. India proof. 



131 

i62S JOSEPH H. CHOATE. Full bust, fuUface. Vignette. Etching. 
Jacques Reich. Size 13 4-16X11. ArtisVs proof signed by the Etcher 
and Mr. Choate. 

1626 JOSEPH H. CHOATE. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Etching. 
James S. King. Size 13 14-16X11 2-16. Artist's proof signed by the 
Etcher &= Mr. Choate. 

1627 RUFUS CHOATE. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Etching. 
Frederick Dielman. Cop\Tight b}' Cha? Barmore. Size 13 14-16X 
10 12-16. Artist's remarque proof, signed. 

1628 RUFUS CHOATE. Full bust, head to right, the right hand thrust into 
the breast. Rectangle. Etching. Henrj' N. Martin. Size 16 10-16 
X 13 4-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

1629 THE SAME. Two trial proofs. 2 pieces 

1630 RUFUS CHOATE. Three-quarter length, full face, seated. Photo- 
graph from life. Size 2 1 X 1 7 4-1 6. 

163 1 RUFUS CHOATE. Full bust, head in profile to left. Rectangle. 
supple. Engraved by H. Wright Smith. Size 4 10-16X4. India 
proof. 

1632 PORTRAITS OF RUFUS CHOATE. 12 pieces 

1633 THOMAS M. COOLEY. Full bust, full face. Vignette. Etching. 
Thomas Nash Jr. Size 138-16X11. 

1634 E. COWEN. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. Engraved 
by W" D. Smith from a miniature by Mrs. C. Deming. Size 4X3 2-16. 

1635 JUDGE WALTER DORSEY, of Washington. Full bust and head in 
profile to right. Circular. Mezzotinto. Engd by St. Memin. Diam- 
eter 2 4-16. 

1636 WILLIAM ALEXANDER DUER, LL.D., Seventh President of 
Columbia College, 1829 to 1842. Full bust, full face. Oval. Litho- 
graph. Size 2 14-16X2 4-16. 2 copies. Private plate. 

Tb2,l THEODORE W. DWIGHT. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. 
Etching. Thos Nash Jr. Size 14 8-16X 11 2-16. Artist's proof, signed. 

1638 W" M. EVARTS. Full bust and head in profile to right. Rectangle. 
Mezzotinto. William Sartain. Size 14X10 14-16. Artist's proof, 
signed by the Etcher and Mr. Evarts. 

1639 JOHN B. GIBSON, Chief Justice of Penna. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Etching. Albert Rosenthal. Size 15X13- Artist's re- 
marque proof, signed. Published by W. J. Campbell. 

No. 5 of a limited number published. 

1640 THE SAME. Four trial proofs. 4 pieces 



1 641 FELIX GRUNDY, Attorney- General of the United States. Full bust, 
head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. From Life and on Stone by 
Chas Fenderich. Size lo 6-16X lo 4-16. India prooj. 

1642 JAMES KENT. Full bust, full face. Rectangle. Etching. James 
S. King. Size 14 12-16X11 10-16. Artist's prooj, signed. Published 
by Chas Barmore. 

1643 CHANCELLOR KENT. Author of the Commentaries on American 
Law. Full bust, nearly full face. Vignette in a background ruled to a 
rectangle. Stipple. Photograph by Brady. Eng^ by R. Dudensing. 
Size 18 8-16X15 6-16. 

1644 CHANCELLOR KENT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 
Engd by Geo. E. Perine, N. Y. Size 3 4-16X3 4-16. India proof and 
plain impression. 2 pieces 

1645 JAMES KENT, LL.D. Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Line. 
Painted by F. R. Spencer. Eng. by A. B. Durand. Size 4 6-16X 
3 10-16. Proof and plain impression. 2 pieces 

1647 JAMES KENT. FuU bust, head to right. Vignette. Mezzotinlo. 
Eng"! by J. C. Buttre. Size 4 14-16X4 4-16. Prooj before letters. 

1648 RUFUS KING ESQ"- Half length, head to right. Rectangle. Stipple. 
Painted by Wood. Engraved by Leney. Published by Joseph Dela- 
plaine. Size 5X4. 

1649 RUFUS KING. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Stipple. Eng. 
by Williams, New York. Size 4 15-16X3 14-16. India prooj. 

1650 FRANCOIS XAVIER MARTIN. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. 
Lithograph. Size 6X6. Prooj before letters; rare. 

Jurist and Historian oj Louisiana. 

1651 LUTHER MARTIN. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular. 
Mezzotinto. Eng'd by S^ Memin. Diameter 2 4-16. Reprint. 

1652 LUTHER MARTIN. Full bust, full face. Oval. Stipple. Edwin 
sc. Size 2 14-16X2 4-16. Reprint. 

1653 CHARLES O'CONOR. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etch- 
ing. Jas Fagan. Size 13 12-16X 10 12-16. Artist's remarque proof, 
signed. 

1654 CHARLES O'CONOR. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Size 5 8-16X4 4-16. Proof before letters. 

1655 PORTRAITS OF CHARLES O'CONOR. 8 pieces 

1656 E. J. PHELPS. Full bust, head to'right. Rectangle. Etching. James 
S. King. Size 13 15-16X10 15-16. Artist's prooj, signed. Published 
by Charles Barmore. 



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i657 JUDGE PLATT. Half length, head to left, a book in the hands. Rect- 
angle. Line. Painted by J. Trumbull. Eng. by A. B. Durand. 
SizeS 7-16X6 12-16. 

1658 THOMAS B. REED. Full bust, head to left. Rectangle. Etchmg. 
James S. King. Size 14 2-16X n 14-16. Artist's proof, signed by both 
Reed and the etcher. Published by Chas. Barmore. 

1659 ELIHU ROOT. Full bust, head to right. Rectangle. Etching. 
James S. King. Size 11 2-16X8 14-16. Artist's proof, signed by 
both Root and the etcher. Published by Chas. Barmore. 

1660 THEODORE SEDGWICK, LL.D., Judge of Supreme Court, Mass. 
Full bust and head in profile to left. Circular. Mezzotinto. Drawn 

& engd by S^ Memin, Philadel?' Diameter 2 4-16. 

1661 HON. THEODORE SEDGWICK. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 
Stipple. From a sketch by H. Williams. Engraved by I. R. Smith. 
Size 3 2-16X3. 

1662 HON. ROGER MINOTT SHERMAN. Half length, head to right. 
Rectangle. Stipple. Size 4 3-16X3 7-16. Proof and plain impression. 

2 pieces 

1663 W« SMITH, Chief Justice of New York and of Canada. Full bust, 
head to left. Vignette. Etching. Engd by H. B. Hall & Sons. Size 
4X3 4-16. India proof. 

1664 WILLIAM SMITH 1697-1769, Justice of the Supreme Court of the 
Province of New York. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Eng'd by H. B. Hall & Sons. Size 3 14-16X3 S-16. India proof. 

1665 ISAAC TICHENOR. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Etching. 
Etch'd by H. B. Hall, Morrisania N. Y., 1875. Size 3 12-16 X 3 10-16. 
2 copies. 

1666 ISAAC TOUCEY. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 
Fabronius 1856. Size 13X9. India proof. 

1667 ST. GEORGE TUCKER. Full bust and head in profile to right. Cir- 
cular. Mezzotinto. Engd by S' Memin. Diameter 2 4-16. Reprint. 

1668 ST. GEORGE TUCKER, Judge of the Court of Appeals of Virginia. 
Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. Lithograph. Max 
Rosenthal. Size 3 4-16X2 14-16. Private plate. 

1669 ROYAL TYLER. Poet, Wit & Jurist. Full bust, head to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. S. Hollyer. Size 28-16X28-16. Artist's proof, 
signed. Private plate. 



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1670 D. S. WATSON. Half length, head to right. Vignette. Etching. 
J. A. J. Wilcox. Size 16 12-16X12 12-16. Signed by both Watson &" 
the etcher. 

1671 DAVID WILMOT. Full bust, nearly full face. Oval. Lithograph. 
M. H. Traubel Lith, 409 Chestnut St. Phila. Size 74-16X54-16. 
India prooj. 

1672 W?" WIRT. Full bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. M. S. 
W. del. Size 15X13 12-16. 

1673 PORTRAITS OF EMINENT NEW YORK LAWYERS. 15 pieces 

1674 " " " AMERICAN JUDGES. All different. 

45 pieces 

1675 PORTRAITS OF EMINENT AMERICAN JUDGES. Duplicates. 

15 pieces 

1676 PORTRAITS OF EMINENT LAWYERS, &c. Process Prints, a Lot. f- 



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