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CATALOGUE No. 906 PART ! 



THE 



HAMPTON L. CARSON 

COLLECTION 



OF 



ENGRAVED PORTRAITS 



BEN. BEORBE WASHINGTON 



Catalogue compiled and sale At the Art Auction Rooms of 

conducted by r DAVIS & HARVEY, 

STAN. V. HENKELS. 1 111 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



CATALOGUE PRICE, $1.50 





FACSIMILE OF SAINT MEMIN'S PHYSIONOTRACE OF 
GENERAL WASHINGTON, REDUCED. LOT 926 



,M / 'i a 



CATALOGUE No. 906 PART I 



THE UNIQUE COLLECTION 



OF 



ENGRAVED PORTRAITS 



GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON 

INCLUDING 

Nearly all that are mentioned in Baker's " Engraved Portraits 
of Washington," and many rarities unknown to Baker, and 

THE GREAT ST. MEM IN 
PERSONAL COLLECTION 

of Proof Mezzotints of Portraits he engraved, and 
ST. MEMIN'S ORIGINAL PHYSIONOTRACE OF WASHINGTON 

TO BE SOLD 

Thursday, January 21, 1904, at 2.30 and 8 o'clock P.M., and Friday, 
January 22, at 10.30 o'clock A.M. 

ON EXHIBITION THREE DAYS PREVIOUS TO SALE 



Catalogue compiled and Sale At the Book Auction Rooms of 

conducted by DAVIS & HARVEY, 

STAN. V. HENKELS. 1112 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



CATALOGUE PRICE, $1.50 



PRESS or 

WU. F. FELL COMPANY 
PHILADELPHIA 



HAMPTON L. CARSON Telephone 3-43-92 

JOHN KENT KANE LAW OFFICES 

JOSEPH F. LAMORELLE 

Rooms 315-317 

REAL ESTATE TRUST BUILDING 
Broad and Chestnut Streets 



Philadelphia, Sept. 26th, I93- 

Mr. Stan V. Henkels, 

1112 Walnut St. 
My Dear Sir: 

I have concluded to offer for sale through 
you my collection of "AMERICANA". As you are aware 
it is widely known throughout the country and dur- 
ing the last two or three years I have loaned from 
it for use by authors of books and proprietors of 
magazines over Five Hundred pictures. This has in- 
volved great labor and much attention by me per- 
sonally. 

These requests are being renewed constantly 
in different directions and it has become an im- 
possibility, with the pressure of professional and 
public duty, to adequately care for it and reply 
to the numerous demands, for essentially it makes 
me a curator of a public institution without the 
leisure to attend to it. 

Will you not therefore at your convenience 
have the pictures catalogued, properly advertised 
and sold? 

It would be fortunate if some institution 
could acquire them, as they must grow in value and 
in national interest with every year, illustrating 
the history of our country as nothing else can do, 
and it is now impossible to reconstruct another 
collection containing precisely the same subjects. 

Yours Very Sincerely, 

Hampton L. Carson. 
Die. H.L.C. 



REMARKS 



This catalogue embraces the first portion of the Hampton L. Carson Col- 
lection of Engraved Portraits, Views, and Autograph Letters, it being the 
largest and most important collection in America owned by one individual, 
and with a world-wide reputation on account of the many great rarities con- 
tained therein. The collection is the result of over thirty years' studious re- 
search and careful selection, and as Mr. Carson was ;one of the earliest 
collectors, there will naturally be found in it many items of the greatest and 
most important historical interest. Being well known to the dealers through- 
out the Continent and America, he was constantly the recipient of the treas- 
ures gathered by them in their quest for rarities, he usually having the first 
choice, and through this means he has been enabled to gather together not 
only a collection of rare Engraved Portraits and Views but the very choicest 
impressions to be had of such rarities, and in this aggregation is included 
the magnificent collection gathered by Mr. Clarence S. Bement, of Phila- 
delphia, which Mr. Carson purchased in its entirety several years ago, as 
well as that of the late Frederick D. Stone, Librarian of the Historical Society 
of Pennsylvania. 

With the exception of the magnificent collection of Portraits of English 
Legal Characters, and his truly beautiful and Unique Collection of Portraits 
and Scenes of, and relating to, Napoleon, the collection is of a purely 
American character, commencing with Portraits, Views, and Maps relating to 
the earliest discovery of America up to and including our great Civil War. Of 
these we might mention that of the officers in the American Revolution (French, 
English, German, and American), which has been the envy of collectors both 
far and near ; the Jefferson Portraits, which stand unrivalled both as to their 
number and rarity; the Franklin Portraits, which are unsurpassed and the 
catalogue of which will fill a long-felt want by furnishing a guide for future 
collectors ; the Presidents of the United States, members of the Continental 
Congress, Signers of the Declaration, Justices of the Supreme Court of the 
United States, Officers in the Wars of 1812 and 1848 and the War of the Con- 
federacy; the Foreign Royalty (sovereigns holding dominion over America), 
which is of the utmost importance and is replete with magnificent Proof 
Mezzotintos by the most noted Engravers of the seventeenth and eighteenth 
centuries; the American Land and Naval Battles, being the most important 
ever brought together ; the Political Caricatures which have long been con- 
sidered the richest and largest grouping in the country; the Maps and Plans 
and Views from the first inception in relation to America, to the War of 
1861 ; the Autograph letters of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, 

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Members of the Continental Congress, Justices of the Supreme Court of 
the United States, Generals of the Revolution and Civil War, and Officers 
of the United States Navy; the extra illustrated books embracing the lives 
of American statesmen, and historical events, all combine to make this the 
most noteworthy event of the times. 

The Washington Portraits embraced in this catalogue are only those 
engraved on copper and steel, and of which there are many different states 
of the plate. They are so rich in rarities, and the collection so well known, 
that it is hardly necessary for us to enter into any lengthy praise of the 
same, except to mention that it includes, with few exceptions, copies of all 
that are enumerated in Baker's "Engraved Portraits of Washington 1 "; and 
many, very many, of the utmost rarity unknown to Baker (as well as an un- 
usually large collection of colored and plain Lithographs, which will appear 
in another catalogue), and 

THE GREAT ST.-MEMIN PORTRAITS, 

being St. Memin's own personal collection of Proof Mezzotintos of the 
portraits he engraved, mounted by him personally, and named in his 
autograph. They include 761 different portraits of mostly noted American 
characters who flourished during and shortly after the American Revolution, 
and compose a collection which could never be gotten together again ; being 
Profile Portraits engraved in the most beautiful manner in the form of circular 
medallions, and all correct likenesses, having been drawn from the living fea- 
tures by the physionotrace and reduced by the pantograph, and 

THE ORIGINAL PROFILE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON 

drawn from the life by St.-Memin, with the physionotrace, in black crayon, 
on pinkish paper, a little over life-size. 



We feel that some reason should be given for the defacing of the reproduc- 
tions in this catalogue. When it is taken into consideration the beautiful 
manner in which they are gotten up, had we not defaced them, the catalogue 
would have been sought after by many for the reproductions alone, and as 
great expense has been incurred in the printing (having followed and virtually 
reprinted with great additions Baker's "Engraved Portraits of Washington") 
we could scarcely afford to have the catalogue reach the hands of any except 
those who have the intention of purchasing at the sale ; consequently we hope 
that the delicate manner of the defacing will not prevent the reproductions 
from conveying an adequate idea of the rarity of the originals. 

STAN. V. HENKELS. 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

C. W. Peale Type .. i-io 

" " " " not known to Baker .= 10-16 

Alexander Campbell Type 16-18 

" not known to Baker !._ 19-21 

Eugene Du Simitiere Type 21-22 

" " not known to Baker 23 

Wm. Dunlap Type 23 

Joseph Wright Type 23-27 

" not known to Baker 27-28 

Robert Edge Pine Type 29 

Jean Antoine Houdon Type 29-31 

" not known to Baker 3 2 ~3S 

James Peale Type 36 

Madame de Brehan Type 3^-37 

" " " " not known to Baker 37 

Christian Gulager Type 37 

Edward Savage Type 38-42 

" not known to Baker 42-43 

John Trumbull Type 44-48 

" not known to Baker 49-52 

Archibald Robertson Type 52 

Giuseppe Ceracchi Type 53 

Williams Type 53 

Walter Robertson Type 53~55 

Samuel Folwell Type 55 

" not known to Baker 56 

Adolph Ulric Wertmuller Type 56 

Gilbert Stuart Type 56-91 

" not known to Baker 91122 

Rembrandt Peale Type 123-124 

" " not known to Baker 124 

William Birch Type 125-127 

" " not known to Baker 127 

James Sharpless Type 127 

" " " not known to Baker 128-129 

Mrs. E. Sharpless Type not known to Baker 129 

Saint-Memin Type 129 

" " not known to Baker 130 

The Great Saint-Memin Collection 131-146 

Saint Memin's Physionotrace of Washington 146 

Silhouettes 147 

" not known to Baker 147 

Memorial Designs 148-150 

" " not known to Baker 150-154 

Fictitious Portraits 154-158 

" " not known to Baker 159-171 

Statuary 171 

" not known to Baker 172-173 



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FACSIMILE OF LOT NO. 1 



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ENGRAVED PORTRAITS OF 
WASHINGTON 

Described According to Baker 



C. W. PEALE TYPE. 

1. HIS EXCELL: G: WASHINGTON ESQ: LATE COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Bust 
in uniform, head to right. Oval, with border in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 12-16 inches. 

Painted and Engrav'd by C. W. Peale 1787. Baker No. i. 

Excessively rare. 

First state, being an artist's proof before all letters, with an outside margin 14-16 inches wide. The 
only known copy in this condition; clean as the day of issue. See facsimile. 

2. THE SAME. Second state, with the title in the border. 

Height 7 5-16 inches; width 5 12-16 inches. 
Fine copy. Cut oval. 

3. GEN. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left, the right 
hand gloved, thrust in the breast. Circle, . with border, upon a pyra- 
midal base, in a rectangle engraved to represent stonework. - Line. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Wm Angus Sc. Published Sepr 23, 1785, by J. Fielding Pater Noster 
. Row. Baker No. 3. 

Proof before all letters with fine wide margin. Exceedingly scarce in this condition. 

4. ANOTHER COPY. Lettered impression. 

5. G. WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length, in the uniform of a colonel 
in the Virginia service. Mixed. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Painted by A. Dickinson. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Baker No. 4. 

Etched proof before the plate was finished. 

6. THE SAME. Fine proof on India paper, full margin. 

7. " " " " full margin. 

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8. WASINGTON GENERALISSIME DES ETATS UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. Full 
bust in uniform, full face. Oval, with border in an ornamented rectangle. 
In the oval to the left a tree, the branches of which spread over and 
behind the head, the title in a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 13 8- 1 6 inches; width 10 inches. 

Dessine par Bounieu d'apres un Tableau foumi par M. le Marquis 
de la Fayette. Grave par Chevillet. "Galerie des hommes Illustres 
vivans." Baker No. 6. Rare. 

9. THE SAME. Without the inscription at top, "Galerie des hommes 
Illustres vivans." 

10. THE SAME. Choice proof before the inscription, with the engraver's 
name scratched in. Excessively rare. 

11. THE SAME, with different title; viz., WASHINGTON GENERALISSIMI DES 
AM RICAINS, LIBRATEUR DES ETATS-UNIS CONTEMPORAIN ET AMI DIT 
GNRAL LAFAYETTE. 

Dessine par Bounieu d'apres un Tableau fourni par M. le Marquis 
de la Fayette. Grave" par Chevillet. Chez Porlier, Graveur Editeur, 
Rue des Cinq Diamans, No. 8. 

The above four lots form an unique collection of the various states of this rare print. We doubt if 
there is such another set in this country, or, indeed, in Europe. 

12. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, full face. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

T. Cook del et sculp. Publish' d as the Act directs Aug. 21, 1783, by 
S. Bladon. Baker No. 7. Very rare. 

Although the title does not agree with Baker, nor the size exactly, it is, however, the same print 
the difference being in the wording of the title. 

13. WASHINGTON AT THE AGE OF TWENTY-FIVE. Bust in 
uniform, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

J. De Mare, from a miniature on ivory presented by Washington to 
his niece Harriet, and now belonging to her daughter's family (copy- 
right 1851). Baker No. 8. 

India proof. 

14. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. 

15. " Proof before the inscription. 

16. " Ordinary impression. 




G EXE HAL CKOKC'.E WASHINGTON. 



FACSIMILE OF LOT No. 19, REDUCED 



i ;. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born Feb. 22, 1732, in 
Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died Dec. 14, 1799, at Mount 
Vernon. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height ii 4-16 inches; width 9 inches. 

R. Peale Pinx, D. Edwin, Sc. Baker No. 9. Fine and brilliant 
impression. Very rare. 

Baker says: " From the lettering of this plate, it is usually considered to have been executed from 
the first portrait by Rembrandt Peale, painted at the age of seventeen. But this, we think, is an error, 
and if the engraving is a close rendering of its original, incline to the opinion that the lettering is incor- 
rect, and that it is really after one of Charles Willson Peale's later portraits." 

18. THE SAME, but with the publisher's address. "Published by J. 
Savage 1800." Small shot-hole in the forehead. Very rare. 

19. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. 

Stipple, printed in colors. 

Height 12 15-16 inches; width 10 1-16 inches. 

R. Peale Pinxt, D. Edwin Sculpt. Printed in colors by H. Charles. 
Published by H. S. Tanner, Philadelphia. Baker No. 10. Very rare. 

A superb impression, printed in colors and of excessive rarity. See facsimile. 

20. THE SAME. Plain impression, with address of the publisher cut off, 
but a very good and sharp impression. 

21. G. WASHINGTON. 1772, JEt 40. Three-quarter length, in the 
uniform of a colonel in the Virginia service. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

C. W. Peale. J. B. Forrest. Original in possession of G. W. P. 
Custis, Esq. New York, G. P. Putnam &* Co. Baker No. n. 

India proof. Presentation copy from G. P. Putnam & Co. to Rembrandt Peale. 

22. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

23. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length in military costume, lean- 
ing upon a field -piece to the left, a riding-switch in his right hand; the 
left, in which is his hat, rests upon a horse fore-shortened at the right. 
In the extreme distance to left upon a hill, a large building with cupola. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 19 12-16 inches; width 13 14-16 inches. 

Peel pinxit Philadelphia, Stotdard delint- Londini. J. Brown Execudit, 
V. Green fecit, Mezzotinto Engraver to the King of Great Britain and 
the Elector Palantine. From an Original Picture in the Possession of 
Mr. Brown: Published by him April 22d 1785, and Sold at No. 10, George 
Yard, Lombard Street, London. Baker No. 12. Brilliant, open letter 
proof, with scratched title and fine margin. Extremely rare. 

Baker says: " Different from any other full-length executed by Peale, and although ascribed to him 
by the lettering of the plate, and as having been painted at Philadelphia, its authenticity is extremely 
doubtful." 



. 4 

24. THE SAME. Mezzotinto printed in colors, with engraved title, in 

open letter. 

.'- 

Magnificent brilliant impression, and probably unique, being printed in colors. 

25. BUST IN UNIFORM;- FULL FACE. Oval of a single line. (The 
Etching of the Print of St. Aubin Baker No. 31.) 

Height 4"'8-i6 inches? width 4 inches. 

Haider Sculp. Baker No. 13. 

(Essai sur la Physiognomonie par Jean Gaspard Lavater, Imprime 
a La Haye 1781-86.) 

26. THE SAME. Without the Engraver's name. 

27.*LE GENERAL WASHINGTON, COMMENDANT EN CHEF DES 
ARMEES AMERICAINES, NE EN VIRGINIE EN 1733. Bust in uniform, 
head to right. Oval, with border in a rectangle, resting upon a tablet, 
in which is a representation of the surrender at Yorktown, inscribed 
"lourne'e memorable du 19 Octobre 1781 a York en VirginieV' Title 
within the border. Line. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Grave* d'apres le Tableau de N. Piehle peint d'apres nature a Phila- 
delphie en 1783. Baker No. 14. Rare. 

Brilliant impression with full margin. 

28. GENL. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval, 
with border in a rectangle, beneath which is a representation of the 
surrender at Yorktown, inscribed "Event of the iQth of Octr- 1781, at 
Yorktown in Virginia." Line. 

Height 7 11-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

The English artist has followed the lines of the print in the French 
original after a picture by Piehle on account of the remarks of Mr. 
Lavater. Published by T. Holloway &" The other Proprietors, May 
21, 1794. Baker No. 15. Very rare. 

Brilliant impression with full margin. 

29. BUST IN UNIFORM. Head to right. Oval, with three lines for 

a narrow border, suspended by a ring, above a tablet containing a repre- 
sentation of the surrender at Yorktown. Outline. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Tom. 6 PL 339. Page 219. Baker No. 16. Extremely rare. 

30. THE SAME. But with different lettering. "Tom 6. PL 338." First 

state. Extremely rare. 



A CIRCULAR 

FROM HIS 

GEORGE 

COMMANDER IN CHIEF 

UNITED STATES 

AddreiTed to the GOVERNORS 
on his refigning the Command of the Army 




LETTER, 



EXCELLENCY 

SHINGTON, 

OF THE ARMIES OF THE 



of ^ M E R I C ^ 

of the feveral STATES, 
and retiring from public Bufmefs. 



(CIRCULAR:) 


mortem to riie fuch a tone to the federal Go- 
vernment, as will enable it to anfwer the ends of 
is inftitution ; or, this may be ihe ill-fated mo- 


Irns might here be iiUncrJ !o prcvc, that 
he Union, we cannot exilf as an independent 


reils of my country ; having, in confequence of 
my fixed belief, in fome meafure, flexed my- 
felf lo the army, that thrir country would finally 


as the palladium of our fecurity, and ihe nrll 
effectual refort in cafe of hollility: It is elTen- 


S I R, 


ment for relaxing the powers of the Union, an- 


lower. It will be fumcient for ray purpofe to 


do them complete and ample juftice, and not 


lial, therefore, that the large fyftem Ihould per- 


f^&f|nfp? "LKetono^Thold 


nihilating the cement of the Confederation, and 


^"greateft'imporTance .' "h <nlhl<iri- 


wifhiug to conceal any inltance of my official 
conduct from the eyes of the world, I have 


plme'oV ftemlLtWti. ConYin^fnou'lfbe' 


*& f/^ci IT^pkl ^S 1 an Appointment iitthefer-" 


jo'itics which may play one State againft ano- 


ted chara&er, as an empire, that our indepen- 


thought proper to tranfmit to your Excellency 


ab&lutely uniform ; and that the fame fpecicj 


l^l^i KPM acco n fp!h'; d U ,"i'am b no n w 


f'e'rve iheir own intcreited purpofcs. For, ac- 


rtg^Ved^Tur'St f5"por"ra"n!on"fo! 


the inclofed collection of papers, relative to the 
half-ply _nd commutation granted by Congrefs, 


lus, fliould be introduced in every part of the 




cording to the fyftem of policy the Stales (hall 








*C/^Srl l*^^^^3 thcnandsofConpref' and 


adopt at this moment, they will Hand or fall ; 


Powers, with the United States of America, 


nications.'my decided'ientimcnt will be clear 1 / 


from experience, can conceive the difficulty, ex- 


S^ 1 ^^^^^^^ 3 -^ teturn to that domeftic re- 


and, by their confirmation or lapfe, it is yet to 


will have no validity on a diffolution of the 


comprehended, together with the conclufive 


pence, and confufion, which refult from a con- 


ffiJKJKJTr-SS^^c^^^ft tircracnt, which, itiswell 




Union. We mall be left nearly in a dale of na- 


reafons which induced me, at an early period, 


trary fyftem, or the vague arrangements which 


known, I left uiih the greateft reluftance ; a 


mately be c'onfidercd as a blefjng or a curfe ; 


ture, or we may find by our own unhappy expe- 


to recommend the adoption of this meafure in 


have hitherto prevailed. 


retirement fbrwhich I have never ccafed to figh 
through a Ion"- and painful abfencc, in which 


a blefling or a curfc, not to the prefcnt age alone, 
or with our fate will the dciliny of unborn mil- 


rience, that there is a natural and neceliary pro- 
greffion from the extreme of anarchy to the ex- 


proceeding, of Congrefs, the, army, and myfelf, 


latitude than ufual has been taXf:i in the courfe 


(remote from the noife,nd trouble of the world) 
1 meditate to pafs the remainder of life, in a 


Wiih this conviftion of the importance of the 


treme of tyranny; and that arbitrary power is 
moft calily eftablifhed on the r^ins of liberty 


roficiat in form'atio"n torelo'vc "the* prejudice 


of this Addrefs, the imoor:ancc of thecrifis, and 
the magnitude of the ubjects in difcuffion, rauil 


Irate of undiflurbed repolc ; but, before I carry 




abufed to licentioufncfs. 


and errors which may have been entertained 


be my apology : It is, however, neither my 


this rcfolution into effefl, 1 think it a duty in- 


[ will therefore fpeak lo your Excellency ihe 


As to the fecond article, which refpeCts the 


by any, I think it unneceflary to fay any 


wifh nor expectation, that the preceding obfer- 


cumbent on me to make this my laft official corn- 


lanpiageof freedom andof Cncerity, without dif- 
;uife. I am aware, however, thofe. who differ 


heir late addrefs to ihe United States, almoft 


thing more, than juft to obffrve, that the refo- 
lations of Congrefs, now alluded to, are as un- 


vations fhould claim any regard, except fo far 
as they (hall appear to be dictated by a good in. 


events which Heaven has been pleafed to pro- 




exhaulted the fubject ; they have explained their 
deas io fully, and have enforced the obligations 


doubtedly and abfolutely binding upon the 


jultice; calculated to produce a liberal fyftem of 


fpcCting fome important fubjcfts, which appear 
ouiliiv of the United States, lo lake my leave 


my duty ; and they may poflibly afcribe to arro- 
gance or oflcntstion, what I know is alone the 
rcfull of ihcpurefl intention ; but the reftitudc 


:o all the public creditors, with fo much dig- 


in fome inftanccs, prevailed, that the half-pay 


policy, and founded on whatever experience 
may have been acquired by a long and clofc at- 
tention to public bufinefs'. Her- I miglitfpeafc 


of your Excellency as a public character, and 


of my own heart, which difdains fuch unworthy 


friend to the honour and independency of Ame- 


and commutation are to be regarded merely in 


wilh more confidence, frum my aclual obferva- 


whofe fervicc "have fp'ent the prime of my fife; 


motives ; the part I have hitherto aCtcd in life, 
an) fharc in public bufinefs hereafter; the ardent 


propriety of complying with the juft andho- 


the odious light of a penfion, it ought to be ex- 
ploded for ever: That proviuon Ihoald be 


tions ; and if ii would not iweil this letter (al. 
ready too prolix) beyond the bounds I had pre. 
fcribed myfelf, I could demonstrate to every 


dnvs and watchful ni s hts, and whofc happincfs, 
being extremely dear to me, will always confti- 


defirc 1 feel, and (hall continue to manifeft, of 
ofwai', C tn'c > 'bcne'fitsof il awifc'and liberal Go- 


that will have greater influence, efpecially when 
we recollect that the fyftem referred to, being the 


fation offered by Congre'fs, at a lime when they 
had nothing elfe 'to give to officers of the army, 
for fervices then to be performed: It was the 


and with much lefs expence than has been u> 
curred, the war might have been brought to tho 


ImpreflVdvv'iih the liveliell fonCbilily on this 
plealing occafion, I will claim the indulgence of 
dilating the more copioufly on the fubjeCt of our 


vernment, will, I flatter myfelf, fooner or later. 


mult be eftecmed, if not perfect, certainly the 
leaft objectionable of any that could be devifej ; 


fervice : It was a part of their hire, I may be 
allowed to fay, it was the price of their blood, 


fame happy conclufion, if ths rcfourcej of the) 
Continentcouldhavebeen properly called fonh| 
that the dillreffes and difappointment! which 


mutual felicitation. When we confider the 
"o'uolful nature oVthe conleft, and the favour- 


- Trier-rare fourihings which I humbly conceive 
are effenlial 10 the well-being, I jnay even ven- 


and tht, if it mall nol be carried into imme- 
diate execution, a national bankruptcy, with all 
its deplorable confequences, will take place be- 


can never be cdnfidered as a penfion, or gra. 


ftance^, refulted mcrt from a w'ant of energy in 
the Continental. Government, than a deficiency 


ihr.'.l find ihc ereaieft poffible reafon for gratitude 
and rejoicing ; this is a theme that w'll afford 


ture to lav, Brtneertfrenceof-cne- United Slate* 
"* Tft.' AnlndiffoluWe union of the States under 


or adopted; fo preffing arc the prefcnt circum- 
ftances, and fuch is the alternative now offered 


and foldiers, it is fufhcient that the uniform expe- 


of-3ieans.il* the particular States : That the in- 
efflfacy of -n.eaTurcs, ariflng from the w'ant 
0f. an adequate authoriiy in ihc fupreme power. 




one federal head. 


to the States. 


rience of every nation of the world, combined ' 


from " B ariiil rSnrlJsncc nith t/n* jen^iifuiona 


the parent of future happincfs ; and we (hall 
have equal occafion lo felicitate ourfelves on the 
lot which Providence has aligned us, whether 
ue view it in a natural, a political, or moral 


2dly. A facred regard to public jufticc. 
idly. The adoption of a proper peace efta- 
blRhment. And, 
Athly. The prevalence of that pacific and 
friendly difpofmon among the people of the 
United States, which will induce them to forget 


The ability of the country to difcharge the 
debis, which have been incurred in ils defence, 

myfelf, will nol be wanting ; the path of our 
duiy is plain before us ; honcfty will be found, 
on every experiment, to be the bell and only 
true policy. Let us then, as a nation, be juft ; 


of the difcrimination. Rewards in proporliou 

Tines, ihe foldiers have perhaps generally had 
the large bounties which have been paid them. 


of Congref, in fome of the States, and from a 
failure of purClualitv in others, white they 
tended to. damn the zejl of thofe who were 
more .willing to exert thercfelres, fcrred affil 

to fruftrate the bed concerted plans ; 'and 
that the difcouragcmcnt occafioned by the 


r0 Tneciii S zens of America, placed in the moft 
enviable condition, as the Cole Lords ai.d Pro- 


facrince ilieir individual' advantages to the'in- 


let us fulfil ihe public contracts which Congrefs 
had undoubtedly a right to make for the pur- 


land, the payment of arrearages of cloathing 


complicated difficulties and embarraffmcnts, ia 
which our affairs were by this means involved, 
would have long ago produced the diffolution 


eh d' al' t*ie various foils and climates of 




laith we fuppofe ourfelvei bound to perform 


and wages (in which articles all the component 


of any army, l=f, patient, left virlnom, and Icli 


the world, and abounding with all the neceffa- 
latc fatisfaflory pacification.'acknowledged to 
dency ; ihcy are from this period to be confider- 

whic'h feems'to be peculiarly defigned by Provi' 
dence for the difplay of human greatnefs and 
felicity: Here they are not only furrounded 


Thrfe are the pillars on which the glorious fa- 
muli be fupported. Liberty is the bafis and 

overturn the ftruClure, under whatever fpecious 
pretexts hc'may attempt it, will merit the bit- 

which can be inflicted by his injured country. 
On the three firft articles I will make a few 
obfcrvalions; leaving the laft to the good fcnfe 


our private cngagem n s. 

their proper bufinefs, as individuals, and as 
membirs of fociety, be earneftly inculcated on 
ihe citizensof America; then will they ftrenglhen 
the hands of government, and be happy under 

his labours ; every one will enjoy his own ac- 
3uifitions, without moleftation, and without 
anger. 


footing) we take into the eflimatc the boun- 

ihe gratuily of one year's full pay, which is 
promifed lo all, poffibly their fituation (every 
circumllance being duly confidered) will not be 
deemed lefs eligible than that' of the officers. 
Should a further reward, however, be judged 

enje!y a gre'ater W fatisfaciion than myfelf, if an ex- 


perfevering, than that which I have hid the ho 

things, which are notorious fads, as the defeds 
of our federal conftitulion, parlicularly in the 
profecutioa cf a war, I bes it may be underilood, 
that as I have ever taken a pleafure in gratefully 
acknowledging the affiftance and fupport I have 
derived from every clafs of citizens ; fo (hall I 
always be happy todojultice to the unparalleled 
exertions of the individual States, on many in- 


wilh every 'i""^^*^"^^^ 1 ."^ 1 .* ^ e ^ 
but Heaven has crowned all its other bleflings' 




In this Hate, of abfolute freedom and perfect 
fecurity, who will grudge to yield a very little 


bee P n i peairned XC for"n aI fole ; 1nft"nc ( e"foI'a^y 


I have thus freely difclofed what I wifhed to 


by giving a furer opportunity for political 

fa^ireVimn? T'othino can illuftrate thefe 
obfervations more forcibly than a recollection 
cf the happy conjuncture of times and circum- 
/!anc<!s, under which our Republic affiimed its 


Under the firft head, although it may not be 

has beenfrequently agitated, whether it be ex- 
pedient and requifite for ihe States to delegate a 


mentf Who does not remember the frequent 

That we mould be completely fatisfied, if at the 
expence of one half, we could defend the re- 
mainder of our poflellions ( Where is the man to 


granted lo the brave defenders of iheir country's 
caufe : But neither the adoption or rejection of 
this propofition will, in any manner, affeCl, much 
lefs militate againft, the aft of Congrefs, by 
which they have offered five years full pay, in 
lieu of the half pay for life, which had been be- 


make known before I furrendered up my public 

talk is now accomplifhed ; I now bid adieu to 
your excellency, as the Chief Magiltrate of your 
State ; at the fame lime I bid a Tad farewell to 
the cares of office, and all the employments of 


our Empire was not laid in a gloomy age. of ig- 

whea tbe rights of Makisri werc'hclter under 
Rood and more clearly defined, than at any fcr. 

tcr focial happinefs have been carried 10 a great 
extent ; the treafure* of knowledge acquired by 
the labours of philofophers, faces and legifla- 


yet it will be a part of my duty, and that of every 
fift upon the following pofitions. That unlefs 
prerogatives they are undoubtedly inverted with 

pidly tend to anarchy and confufion. That it 
is indifpenfible to the happinefs of the indivi- 
dual States, that there Ihould be lodged, fome- 

the general concerns of the confederated Repub- 
lic, without which the union cannot be of long 


defence of his own pcrfon and property to the 
exerlions, the bravery, and the blood of others,. 

of the Conlincnl (hall we find any man, or body 

propofe meafures purpofely calculated lo rob 
ihe foldier of his ft'pend;' and the public credi- 
tor of his due ? Ard were it poffible thai fuch a 
flagrant inflance of injujice could ever happen, 
would it not excite the general indignation, and 
tend to bring down upon the authors of fuch 


"^efo'rel'conclude Fne fubject of public Juftice, 

vates/who have been difcharged for inability, 

the 2 id of April, 1782, on an annual penfion 
for life: their peculiar fuffcrrngs, their ifngular 

bVknown, to intereft the feelings of humanity 
in their behalf: nothing but a punctual pay- 


requeft, your Excellency will communicate 
thefe fentiments lo your LegiHature, at their next 
meeting ; and that they may be conferred as the 
legacy of one who has ardently wifhed, on all 
occafions, to be ufeful to his country, and who, 
even in the ftiade of retirement, will not fail to 
implore the divine benediction upon it. . 
'" I now make it my earneft prayer, that God 
would have you, and the State over which" you 
prefide, in his holy protection ; that he would 
incline the hearls of .the citizens to cultivate a 
fpirit of fubordinalion and obedience to Govern- 


ih ' (T f t fnanners thepo ' 


That there mud be a faithful and pointed 


meafures the aggravated vengeance of Heaven ? 


from the moft complicated mifcry ; and nothing 


ment to entertain a brotherly affection and love 


ing liberality of fentiment, and, above ail, the 
pure and benign light of Revelation, have had a 

the blefCnj. s'of fociety. At this aufpicious'pe- 


late propofals and demands of Congrcfs, or 
the moil fatal confequences will enfue. That 
whatever meafures have a tendency to dif. 


If, after all, a fpirit of difunion, or a temperof 
obllinacy and perverfenefs Ihould manifeft it- 
felf in any of the States ; if fuch an ungra- 
cious difpofition Ihould allcmpt to fruftrate all 
the happy effects thai might be expcClcd to flow 


fight, th'an'to'^e'hoM thofc who have (hed their 
blood, or loft iheir limbs in the fervice of their 
country, without a fhelter, without a friend, 


for one another, for their fellow-citizens of 
the United States at large, and particularly for 
their brethren who have ferved in the field ; and 
finally, that he would moll gracioufly be f leafed 
to difpofe us all to do juftice, to love mercy, and 






from the union ; if there mould be a rcfufal to 


comforts or neceffaries of life, compelled to beg 




p.letcly free and happy, the faull will be entirely 


dcred as hoftile to the Liberty and Independen- 


comply with requifitions for funds to difcharge 
ihe annual intcrefl of the pubv.f debts, and if 


toVerncOTrnend thofeof this defcrfption.'bciop'g! 


and pacific temper of the mind, which were the 
charaftcriflics of the Divine Author of our 


Such is' our fituation ' and fuch are our prof- 


ed accordingly. And laftly, that unlefs we 


thai refufal Ihould revive all ihofe" jealoufies and 


ing to your State, to the warmcfl patronage of 


bleffed religion; wiihont an hamblc imitation 


peCts ; but notwiihflan'ding ihe Cup of Blefling 
is thus reachcu out to us, notwithftanding happi- 
nefs is ours, if we have a difpofition to fcize the 




produce al] ihofc evils which are now happily 
removed : Congrefs, who have in all their tranf- 
actions (hewn agreatdegree of magnanimity and 
jullice, will Band juftiSed in the fight of God 


your Excellency and your Legidature. 
It is neceffary to fay but a few words on. the 

ga'rds particularly the defence of the Republic. 


hope to be a happy nation, 
f have the honour to be, with much efteem 
and refpeCt, 


State:.' -f America, whether they will bc^re'r- 


uncorrupted.fohappily guarded againft thedan- 


and man ! And thai Slate alone, which puts It- 


**As there can be little doubt but Congrcfs will 


S I R, 


pclitic.-.l prob:>:inn ; this is the moment when the 
eyes of the whole worli are turned upon them ; 


ed'by the Articles' of Confederation, it will be 

fure navcVenlavifhed for no purpofe; lhal fo 
manv fufie 'nps have been encountered without 


pernicious councils, will be rcfponfible for all 


United States, in which a due attention will be 

of the Union upon a regular and refpeClablc 
footing ; if this Ihould be the cafe, I Ihould beg 
leave to 'urge the great advantage of it in the- 


Your Excellency's moft obedient 
and moft humble fervant, 
G. WASHINGTON. 


lional character for ever ; this is the favourable 


been made in vain. Many other confidera 


conceived bcft fuited to promote the real inte- 


ftrongeft term,. 





LONDON: Printed for S. BLADON, N 13, PATER-NOSTER-ROW. 



FACSIMILE OF LOT NO. 76, REDUCED 



cUL u-cu^ 1 - 



31. S. E. GEORGE WASHINGTON GENERAL EN CHEF DES ARMEES 
DES ETATS UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. Full bust in uniform, full face, the 
right hand gloved, thrust in the breast. Oval, with border, resting 
upon a base in a rectangle. Line. 

Height 10 5-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

Le B. Pinx, J. L. Sculp. Baker No. 18. 

32. THE SAME. Proof before the tablet in the border and the artist's 
name. Extremely rare in this state. 

33. GEORGES WASHINGTON, Eqer. GENERAL EN CHEF DE L'ARMEE 
ANGLO-AME'RIQUAINE NOM DICTATEUR PAR LE CONGRES EN FEVRIER 
1777. Full bust in uniform and cocked hat, head to left, a drawn sword 
partly seen on the left. Oval, with border in a rectangle, resting upon 
a base, the title in a tablet upon the base. Line. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Desrais del. Le Beau sculp. A Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, rue 
St- Jacques a la mile de Coutances. Baker No. 19. Rare. 

Fine proof, full margin. 

34. LE GENERAL WASHINGTON NE QUID DETRIMENT! CAPIAT 
RES PUBLICA. Full length in uniform, standing to the left in front of 
a tent; in his right hand, a roll displaying sheets inscribed "Declaration 
of Independence," "Treaty of Alliance," etc.; his left hand, gloved, is 
thrust into the breast; beneath his feet are various torn documents, 
marked "Protection to Rebels," "Conciliatory Bills," etc., etc.; in the 
rear a negro servant with a horse; and in the extreme right distance, 
on lower ground, an encampment. Line. 

Height 16 9-16 inches; width 12 10-16 inches. 

Peint par L. le Paon Peintre de Bataille de S. A. S. M. le Prince de 
Conde. Grave" par N. le Mire des Academies Imperiales et Royales 
et de celle des Sciences et Arts de Rouen. Grave d'apre*s le Tableau 
Original appartenant a Mr. Marquis de la Fayette. Cette Estampe ce 
Vend avec Privilege du Roy a Paris chez le Mire Graveur rue et porte 
S*- Jacques. Maison de Mr- le Camus Md. de Drap, prix 12 limes. 
Baker No. 21. 

Brilliant impression, with fine margin. 

35. THE SAME. Brilliant impression before the "By" with full margin. 

Very rare in this state. 

36. THE SAME. Brilliant proof before the inscription or address, and 
before the "By." Exceedingly rare in this state. 



37- GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform, standing to 
the left, in front of a tent. Mezz:iinto. 

Height 12 15-16 inches; width 10 inches. 

Printed for and sold by Carington Bowles NO 69 in S* Pauls Church 
Yard London. Published as the Act directs, 24 June 1783. Baker 
No. 22. Extremely rare. 

A copy of the preceding print, omitting the tree in the rear of the tent and the landscape to the right . 

38. THE SAME. Contemporaneously colored. Brilliant impression. 

Possibly unique in this state. 

39. GENERAL WASHINGTON. LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. From a fine original engraved at Paris. Full 
figure in uniform, standing to the left, in an easy attitude in front of a 
tent, in the right hand an open scroll, inscribed " Declaration of American 
Independence." The left hand, gloved, is thrust into the breast. In 
the left foreground a camp-stool, upon which is a field-glass and cocked 
hat, and in the right distance, on lower ground, the view of an encamp- 
ment . Mezzotinto . 

Height 13 4-16 inches; width 9 15-16 inches. 

Published 25^ May 1797, by Laurie 6r Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London. 
Baker No. 23. Extremely rare. 

A copy of Baker No. 21, with variations. 

40. HIS EXCELLcY. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQR GENERAL AND 

COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE ALLIED ARMIES, SUPPORTING THE IN- 
DEPENDENCE OF AMERICA. Bust in uniform, full face. Oval, with 
border in a rectangle, resting upon a small pedestal, inscribed "Tem- 
perance, Prudence, Fortitude, Justice"; emblems of war on either side. 

Line. 

Height ii 10-16 inches; width 9 4-16 inches. 

B. Blyth del. J. Norman Sculp. Taken from an Original Picture 
in possession of his Ex c y. Gov r . Hancock. Published by John Coles, 
Boston, March 26th, 1782. Baker No. 26. Excessively rare. 

Companion : 

MRS. WASHINGTON. Bust, with lace cap, full face. Oval, with 
border in a rectangle, resting upon a small pedestal ; festooned flowers on 
either side. Line. 

Height ii 5-16 inches; width 9 1-16 inches. 

B. Blyth del., J. Norman Sculp. Published by John Coles, Boston, 
March 26th, 1782. 

This pair of prints are of the greatest rarity, and "are the first portraits of Genl. Washington and 
Mrs. Washington executed by a professional engraver in America. The mezzotinto by Peale, adver- 
tised for sale in 1780, although the first in point of time, must be considered in a different light, as Peale 
was not a professional engraver, the plates he produced being often his own designs." (Baker.) 




FACSIMILE OF LOT 66 



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41. WASHINGTON Mt. 40. Three-quarter length, in the uniform of a 
colonel in the Virginia service. Landscape background. Line. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. W. Paradise, From a Picture by J. C. Chapman after 
C. W. Peale. From the original portrait in the possession of G. W. P. 
Custis, Esq r . Arlington House. Baker No. 27. 

42. G. WASHINGTON. 1772 ^t. 40. Three-quarter length, 'in the 
uniform of a colonel in the Virginia service. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

C. W. Peale. Geo. Parker. Original in possession of G. W. P. 
Custis, Esq. Arlington House. New York, G. P. Putnam 6 s Co. 
Printed by W. Pate. Baker No. 28. India' proof. 

43. GEORGE WASHINGTON COMMANDANT EN CHEF DES ARMIES DBS 
ETATS UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. Bust in uniform, with black neckerchief, 
head to right. Oval, with a narrow border (in a rectangle) resting upon 
a base, upon which is the title; on either side of the base, emblems of 
wars; over the oval, a rattlesnake and Liberty cap. . Line. 

Height 6 2-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

N. Pruneau del. et Sculp. A Paris chez I'Auteur, rue St. Jacques 
vis a vis le College du Plesis, et chez Dennel graveur, rue de P ( - Bourbon 
atten^ la Poire S l - Germain. Baker No. 29. Fine impression. . 

Extremely rare. 

44. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Excessively rare in this state. 

. ". $ .'''/'!. 

45. G. WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length, in the uniform of a colonel 
in the Virginia service. Oval, with ornamental border; landscape back- 
ground. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 5 inches. 

C. W. Peale. J. Rogers. New York, Virtue, Emmins &= Co. Baker 
No. 30. 

46. GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDANT EN CHEF DES ARMEES 
AMRICAINES, NE'EN VIRGINIE EN 1733. Bust, in uniform, full face. 
Oval medallion in a rectangle; beneath the oval, a tablet, in which is 
the title. Line. 

Height 7 12-16 inches; width 5 10-16 inches. 

Se trouve a Paris, chez Aug. De St Aubin. Graveur du Roi et de la 
Bibliotheque, actuellement rue Therese Bute S l - Roch, et a la Bibliotheque, 
et chez Mr. Cochin, aux Galleries du Louvre, A. P. D. R. Baker No. 31. 
Fine wide margin. Rare. 

47. THE SAME. Choice proof before the engraver's address. Wide 
margin. Very rare in this state. 



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48. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Outline. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

N. Piehle pinxt. Landon dirext. Hist. D'Amerique. Baker No. 32. 

49. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Outline. 

Height 4 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

R. Sands sculp. Published by Verner, Hood &> Sharpe, Poultry, Jany 
i, 1811. Baker No. 33. 

50. HIS EXCEL. G: WASHINGTON ESQ : LATE COMMANDER IN CHIEF 
or THE ARMIES OF THE U. S. >OF AMERICA & PRESIDENT OF THE 
CONVENTION OF 1787. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval, with 
border in a rectangle, the title in the border. Mezzotinto. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by John Sartain, From the Original print in possession of 
W. A. Whitman, Esq. Engraved by C. W. Peale, in 1787, From a 
Painting by himself. Baker No. 34. Fine proof, full margin. 

51. THE SAME. Without border or rectangle. Full margin. 

52. GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF YE ARMIES 
OF Y E UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Bust in uniform, with black 
neckerchief; head to left. Oval, with border in a rectangle; above, a 
tablet in which is the title; on either side of the tablet, emblems of war; 
over the oval, a rattlesnake and Liberty cap, with the legend, "Don't 
Tread on me"; at the sides, olive and laurel branches, flags, etc.; on 
the flag to the right thirteen stars. Line. 

Height 6 3-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. Sharp, from an Original Picture. London, Published 
according to Act of Parliament Febr. 22^ 1780. Baker No. 35. 

Very rare in this slate. 

53. WASHINGTON IN 1772 ^/TATIS 40. Three-quarter length, in the 
uniform of a colonel in the Virginia service. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

Painted by A Dickinson. Engraved by J. W. Steel. " I certify that 
the painting of Washington in 1772, executed by Anson Dickinson, Esq., 
from the original picture by Peale, in my possession, is a faithful re- 
semblance of the original, the only original of the Patriot prior to the 
revolution. Arlington House, July 18, 1830. George W. P. Custis." 
Entered according to Act of Congress, 1833, by A. Dickinson in the Clerk's 
office of the District Court of the United States in and for the Eastern 
District of Penna- Baker No. 36. India proof, original impression. Rare. 



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54- THE SAME. India proof without the reference to the copyright. 

55. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval, 
with a border in a rectangle, engraved to represent stonework; beneath 
the oval, a tablet in which is the inscription and the Washington arms, 
with the motto "Exitus Acta Probat." Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

J. Trenchard ScP*. Columb. Mag. Baker No. 37. Rare. 

From the Columbian Magazine, Philadelphia, January, 1787. Fine brilliant impression. 

56. G. WASHINGTON GENERAAL DER NOORD AMERICAANER. Bust in 
uniform, head to left. Inclosed within border resembling a picture- 
frame suspended over a pedestal (in a rectangle) upon which is the 
inscription. On the tablet lies a hat, baton, etc. A curtain hangs over 
and conceals the upper left corner of the frame. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Rein r Vinkeles, Sculp., naar een Origineel Schildery, by den Wei 
Ed. Heer P. van Winter, Nic: Z. Baker No. 39. 

Brilliant impression, with full margin. 

57. THE SAME. Choice proof before the inscription in the tablet and 
with the artist's name scratched in. Very rare in this state. 

58. WASHINGTON (GEORGES) PRESIDENT DE LA REPUBLIQUE DES 

ETATS-UNIS D'AMERIQUE DU NORD, X 1799- Full length in uniform, 
standing to the right, leaning by the left hand upon a field-piece. In 
the rear an attendant with a horse and a flag partly shown, upon which 
is a circle of thirteen stars. In the left distance a building with cupola 
(Nassau Hall, Princeton), with some troops in the middle ground. 

Mixed. 

Height 9 11-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

Tableau du temps Gravd par Wolff. Dessine par Girardet. Dia- 
graphe et Pantographe Gavard. " Galrie. histque. de Versailles." Baker 
No. 40. India proof. 

59. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Title in a border. 

Outline. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Zerlander Sc. Baker No. 41. Very rare. 

So rare that Baker only saw one impression. 

60. GEN L . WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, with black neckerchief; 
head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Published Nor. ist y 1784, by Whitworth &" Yates, Bradford Street. 
Baker No. 42. Very rare. 



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61. GEORGE WASHINGTON COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMER- 
ICAN ARMY. Bust, in uniform, full face. Oval, with border upon a 
base (in a rectangle) upon which is the inscription. Line. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved for the Universal Magazine. Printed for J. Hinton, at the 
King's Arms, in Paternoster Row. Baker No. 43. 

62. EL GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head slightly to 
right. Circle, with border the sides partly reduced, in a square. Line. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Baker No. 45. See facsimile. 

A beautiful impression of one of the rarest and most interesting portraits of Washington; with fine 
margin. Engraved by a Spanish artist, at an early period of Washington's Revolutionary military life. 



PORTRAITS AFTER C. W. PEALE NOT KNOWN TO BAKER. 

63. LE CELEBRE G. WASINGTON, GENERAL DES ANGLOS AMR- 
..'"'' IQUAINS. Full figure in uniform, standing on the banks of a river; 

head to right; right arm, with cocked hat in hand, resting upon a sword 
to the left; left arm resting upon the right hand; to the right a negro 
servant with a horse only partly visible; to the left a rocky eminence 
upon which is a fortress; in the river ships. Colored by hand. Line. 

Height 9 7-16 inches; width 7 1-16 inches. 

A Paris dies Basset, Rue S*. Jacques. II tient Magasin de Papiers 
en Rouleaux. 

Probably unique. See facsimile. 

64. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, full face. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

London, Pub d . April n, 1788, by Hedges, No. 92 Cornhill. 

Beautiful impression and of the greatest rarity. 

65. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval. Line. (On the 

same sheet with a portrait of General Elliott.) Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. Similar to Baker No. if. 

66. HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uni- 
form, head to left. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base. On the 
same sheet with "LADY WASHINGTON." Bust, head to left. Oval in 
a rectangle, resting on a base. Line. 

Each, height 4 5-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 
Of extreme rarity. The only copy that has come under my observation. See facsimile. 




FACSIMILE OF LOT NO. 62 



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FACSIMILE OF LOT 63, REDUCED 



II 

67. GENERAL WASHINGTON: LATE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN 
CONGRESS. Full length figure in uniform, standing in front of a tent; 
full face. The right hand, gloved, thrust into the waistcoat; over the 
right arm is thrown a military doak, and in the hand a scroll; to the 
right a camp-stool upon which is a field-glass; over the tent, trees; to 
the left, an encampment. Mezzotinto. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 15-16 inches. 

London, Published June 16, 1797, by Haines &* Son, 19 Rolls Buildings, 
Fetter Lane. 

Of extreme rarity, and a beautiful impression; evidently from the same picture as Baker No. 21, only 
in the reverse and with variations. See facsimile. 

68. - Full figure in uniform, head to right, standing with 
left arm embracing the figure of the Goddess of Liberty, to the left of 
an oval upon which is engraved a map of the United States; the right 
arm extended,; hi the hand a scroll. Over Washington the figure of 
Fame blowing a trumpet. To the left the full length figure of Franklin 
seated, with a book held on the knees by both hands; in the rear of 
which are figures of History and Justice, pine trees, etc. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 7 1-16 inches. 

Woodman. & Mutlow sculp. Published 18 March, 1783, by J. Wallis, 
at his Map &" Print Warehouse, Ludgate St* London. 

Of the greatest rarity. The head similar to Baker No. 35. 



69. GENL. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Vignette. 
On the same sheet with a portrait of "Dr. Franklin." Bust, head to 
left, with fur cap. Vignette. Stipple. 

Each, height 2 5-16 inches; width 2 inches. 
Very rare. . 



70. GENL. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval, with 
a border. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Pub d 25^ July 1781 by Whitworth &> Yates, Birmingham. 

Similar to Baker No. 42. Evidently a modern impression from an old unpublished, plate. 

71. GEORGE WASHINGTON. COMMANDANT EN CHEE DES ARMEES 
AMRI CAINS. N EN VIRGINIE IN 1733. Bust in uniform, full lace. 
Oval, with narrow border. Aquatint in sepia. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 
Very rare. Brilliant impression, with full margin. 

72. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to left. Oval, with 
border representing a miniature frame. Etching. 

Height 2 15-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

After a Miniature of same size by C. W. Peale (etched by Ferris). 

India proof. 






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7,2$. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. 

Etching. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

C. W. Peale, Pinxt. S. J, Ferris, Del. & Sculp. Published March, 
1882, by John Wanamaker, Philadelphia. 

73. - Bust in uniform, full face. Vignette. Outline. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Tom 6, PL 339 (bis). 

Similar to Baker No. 13. Very rare.' 

74. LE GENERAL WASHINGTON COMMEND ANT EN CHEF DES ARMEES 
AMERICAINES NE EN VIRGINIE EN 1733. Bust in uniform, head to left. 
Oval,' with a border in a rectangle, resting upon a tablet, in which is 
a representation -of the surrender at Yorktown; inscribed "Journe'e 

memorable du 19 Octobre 1781, a York en Virginie." Title within the 
border. Line. 

Height 7 11-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 
Similar to Baker No. 14. Excessively rare. Fine brilliant impression, with wide margin. 

$$. HONNEUR AUX LIBERATEURS DE DEUX MONDES, WAS- 
INGTHON, LAFAYETTE. Half length in uniform with cocked 
hat, full face, with flags on either side and cannon to right. Vignette. 
Lafayette, full bust in- uniform, head to left, French flag over left shoulder. 
Vignette. " Underneath each portrait laudatory verses in French. 

Wood engraving in colors. 

Height 8 6- 1 6 inches; width 6 7-16 inches. 

Chez Julienne, Successeur de M. Tautin, rue Saint-Merri, No. 37, 

. a. Paris. 

, .,..;;, 

This wood-engraved portrait is thus placed with the copper and steel-plate engraved portraits on 
' ' account of its interesting character and great rarity. 

76. - : -- Bust ' in "uniform. Oval, with outline border. The 
heading to a sheet entitled " A Circular Letter from his Excellency 
George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United 
States of America, addressed to the Governors of the several States, on 
his resigning the Command of the Army, and retiring from public Busi- 
ness." "Head Quarters, Newburgh, June 18, 1783." Line. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches, including outline border. 

F. Cook del et Sculp. London: Printed for S. Bladon, No. 13, Pater- 
noster Row. 

Size of sheet: Height 18 11-16 inches; width 13 10-16 inches. 

Excessively rare. Although this is undoubtedly the same portrait described by Baker, No. 7, from 
the brilliancy of the impression, and the letter-press accompanying it, we believe this to be one of the 
earliest impressions, as it was no doubt engraved for this purpose, and that the impression described by 
Baker is a later one from the same plate, to which was added the publisher's address. See facsimile. 




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77. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head slightly to left. 
Oval. Etching. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal. From the Miniature by Charles Willson 
Peale, 1785, in the possession of the Long Island Historical Society. 
Printed by E. Opitz, Philadelphia, April 10, 1897. "Twenty copies in 
four states of this plate printed and subscribed for," etc.: viz., Artist's 
remarque proof signed; artist's remarque proof signed, in colors; lettered 
impression; and defaced plate impression. 

Will be sold as a lot. This is set No. 3. 

78. WASHINGTON, LAFAYETTE AND TILGHMAN. Full length 
figure in uniform; the left hand gloved and thrust into the breast; the 
right hand resting upon the hip. To the right, full length figures of 
Lafayette and Tilghman, back of which is a camp table, tent, etc.; to 
the left, soldiers drilling. Etching. 

Height 8 9-16 inches; width 5 11-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal, Philadelphia, 1897, from the picture 
Painted from life in 1784, by Charles Willson Peale, by order of the 
Assembly of the State of Maryland, Now in the House of Delegates, 
Annapolis, Md. Printed by E. Opitz, Published, Philadelphia, Dec., 
1897. "Twenty sets in four states of this plate printed and subscribed 
for," etc.: viz., Artist's remarque proof, signed, in colors; remarque 
proof; lettered impression; and scratched plate impression. 

Will be sold as a lot. This is set No. 3. 

79. THE SAME. An unique set of eight trial proofs, showing the progress 
of the etching from the commencement to the finish. 8 pieces. 

80. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval in an ornamented 

border resembling a frame, resting upon a base, upon which is the 
inscription, "Pencil Sketch of General Washington from life taken by 
Chas. Willson Peale 1787." Etching. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal, 1898, from the original in the posses- 
sion of the Historical Society of Penna. Twenty-five sets, in three 
states of the plate, printed and subscribed for, etc.: viz., Artist's proof, 
signed; lettered impression; and defaced plate impression. 

Sold as a lot. This is set No. 2. 

Si. THE SAME. Lettered impression. 

82. " " Artist's trial proof at the completion of the etching. 



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83. THE SAME. An unique set of seven trial proofs, showing the progress 
of the etching from the commencement to the finish. 7 pieces. 

84. THE SAME. The original pencil drawing by Albert Rosenthal, made 

October 7, 1898, and from which he etched the portrait. 

85. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform and cocked hat, head 
to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 9 11-16 inches; width 8 inches. 

C. W. Peale, Pinx 1778. Max Rosenthal, Sc. 1895. From a painting 
purchased by John Neagle at the sale of Peale's Museum, now in the 
possession of the State Normal School, at West Chester, Pa. Phila- 
delphia, Nov. 25^, 1895. Published by W m . J. Campbell. The edition of 
this plate is limited to 35 sets in four states of the plate: viz., i, Unlettered 
signed proof. 2, An impression colored by the engraver. 3, An impression 
with the descriptive title. 4, An impression from the defaced plate. 

Sold as a lot. This is set No. 2. 

86. THE SAME. The first printed impression from the plate; on India 
paper. 

87. THE SAME. The only impression with a colored title; on India 
paper. 

88. THE SAME. An impression uncolored, with uncolored title; on India 
paper. 

89. THE SAME. Third proof; on India paper. 

90. THE SAME. The original water-colored photograph from which the 
mezzotinto was engraved; beautifully executed by Max Rosenthal. 

91. THE SAME. The original tracing on gelatine for the metal plate, and 
an impression from the same on paper. 

92. WASHINGTON AT PRINCETON AND THE DEATH OF 
MERCER. Full length figure in uniform on the field of battle. Right 
arm extended holding a sword; left arm resting on hip; in the back- 
ground the figures of General Mercer lying on the ground wounded and 
two officers about rendering him assistance, the one holding an American 
flag in his right hand ; in the left distance a battle in progress. Etching. 

Height 8 15-16 inches; width 5 11-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal, 1898. From the painting by C. W. 
Peale, 1784, made to the order of the Trustees of the College of New 



Jersey, now in Nassau Hall, Princeton, N. J. Twenty sets in four 
states of this plate printed and subscribed for, etc. : viz., Artist's remarque 
proof, signed, colored by the artist; artist's remarque proof signed; 
lettered impression; and defaced plate impression. 

Sold as a lot. This is set No. 2. 

93. THE SAME. An unique set of nine trial proofs, showing the progress 
of the etching from the commencement to its completion. 9 pieces. 

94. COLONEL GEORGE WASHINGTON OF THE FIRST VIR- 
GINIA REGIMENT, 1755-1759. Bust in uniform and cocked hat, 
head to left. / Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 inches; width 9 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by Max Rosenthal. From a painting by Charles Willson 
Peale. Done at Mount Vernon, 1772. Presented to the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania by Mr. Charles S. Ogden. Published by Dodd, 
Mead & Co., New York, May i, 1895. Fifty sets printed in three 
states for subscribers: viz., Artist's remarque proof, signed; lettered 
impression; and a defaced plate impression. 

Sold as a lot. , 

95. THE SAME. First finished proof, on India paper. 

96. THE SAME. An unique set of five trial proofs, showing the progress 
of the mezzotinto from the commencement to its completion. 

5 pieces. 

97. - Full bust in uniform, head slightly to left. Mezzotinto, 

Height 9 inches; width 7 2-16 inches. 

(Engraved by S. Arlent Edwards.) Artist's proof, signed, on India 
paper. 

98. - Half length in uniform, full face, left hand resting on 

the hilt of a sword; to the right an American flag; to the left a field-piece; 
in the back distance a fortification, military, etc. Mezzotinto. 

Height 18 inches; width 15 inches. 

(C. W. Peale, Pinx. R. Josey Sc.) Artist's proof, No. i. 

99. THE SAME. Unfinished proof. 

100. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to right. Oval 
etching. 

Height s 4-16 inches: width 4 2-16 inches. 

Etched by Max Rosenthal, Philadelphia, 1890, from a painting by 
C. W. Peale. From the original portrait painted by Charles Willson 



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Peale, during the sittings of the convention at Philadelphia in 1787. 
now owned by Mr. Joseph Harrison, Philadelphia. In three states: 
Japan paper proof, signed; India proof, signed; and lettered impression. 

Sold as a lot. 

looj. THE SAME. Two trial proofs. 



ALEXANDER CAMPBELL TYPE. 

101. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ*. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 

CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure in uniform 
and cocked hat, on horseback, advancing to the right; a drawn sword 
in the right hand is held across the body; a battle in the right distance. 

Mezzo t into. 

Height 12 7-16 inches; width 9 13-16 inches. 

Done from the Original. Drawn from the Life by Alex. Campbell 
of Williamsburgh in Virginia. Published as the Act directs 9 Sept 1 ". 
1775, by C. Shepherd. Baker No. 46. Very rare. 

This is the print, an impression of which Joseph Reed presented to Mrs. Washington, and referred 
to by Washington, in his letter to Reed, dated Cambridge, 3ist January, 1776. " Mrs. Washington 
desires I will thank you for the picture sent her. Mr. Campbell, whom I never saw to my knowledge, 
has made a very formidable figure of the commander-in-chief , giving him a sufficient portion of terror 
in his countenance." 

102. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ. GENERAL AND COMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure, in 
uniform and cocked hat, on horseback, advancing to the right, a drawn 
sword in the right hand; in the background, on the horizon, the upper 
portion of a large fortification extends across the print. Inclosed by 
a narrow square border. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 9-16 inches. 

Nach dem Leben geziechnet von Alexander Champbele von Wiliams- 
burg in Virginien. Nilson fee. et excud. A. V. Baker No. 47. 

Extremely rare. 

Brilliant impression with wide margin. 

103. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQ*. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Three-quarter length 
in uniform and cocked hat, the right hand pointing to a battle in the 
left distance, the left hand on his hip; the head is turned to the right, 
the body to the left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 13-16 inches; width 9 6-16 inches. 

Done from an Original. Drawn from the Life by Alex r Campbell, 



of Williamsburgh in Virginia. Published as the Act directs, 9 Sept. 
1775, by C. Shepherd, London. Baker No. 49. Very rare. 

Brilliant impression, with fine margin. 



104. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQUIER GE"NE"RAL ET COMANDEUR 
EN CHEF D' ARMS' E DES XIII PROVINCES UNIES EN AMERIQUE. Full 
bust in uniform and cocked hat, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

peint par Alexander Camphell a Williamsbourg en Virginie. Se vend 
a Londres Chez Thorn. Hart. Baker No. 50. Very rare. 

105. THE SAME. Slightly different state. Brilliant impression with full 
margin. Excessively rare. 

106. GEORG WASHINGTON, ESQ*. COMMANDERENDER GENERAL EN 
CHEF DER PROVINZIALARMEE IN NORDAMERICA. Full bust in uniform 
and cocked hat, body to left, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
with border resting upon a base. The title on a tablet on the base. Line . 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

T. C. G. Fritzsch Sc. Baker No. 53. Very rare. 

107. GENi-. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to 
right. Oval, with square border upon a base, in a rectangle engraved 
to represent stonework. A wreath tied by a ribbon extends from the 
top of the border down each side. Title on the base. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Baker No. 54. 

Fine impression with full margin. 

108. THE SAME. Proof before the inscription in the base. No margin. 

Very rare in this state. 



109. GENL. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to 
left. Oval, with square border upon a base in a rectangle engraved 
to represent stonework. A wreath tied by a ribbon extends from the 
top of the border down each side. Title on the base. Line. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Liebe sc. Baker No. 55. Very rare. 

The reverse of the preceding print, but of much greater rarity. 
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.i 10. GENERAL^ WASHINGTON. -Bust in ; uniform and cocked hat, 
head three-quarters to-left. Oval, with border engraved toi represent 
stonework. , . Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved, for Murray's. History of the American .War. Printed for 
T. Robson, Newcastle upon Tyne. Baker No. 56. 



in. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQR. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 

CHEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Three-quarter length 

in uniform and cocked hat, a drawn sword in the right hand, the arm 

' across the body. Head slightly to left, body to right. On the kft the 

muzzle of a large cannon (discharging), and to the right some shipping. 

v , . . -, . -. Mezzotinto. 

Height ii '13-16 inches; width 8 15-16 inches. 

, 'v .-....-. '. . 

Joh. Lorenz Rugendas Sculpsit et execud. Aug. Vind. Baker No. 

57. Fine wide margin. Extremely rare. 

A brilliant impression of the very rare state with the word " chef" instead of " chief" in the title. 
f Sie facsimile. 



112. GEORGE WASHINGTON EQER. GENERAL EN CHEF DE L'ARMEE 
ANGLO- AME"RIQUAINE, NOMM DICTATEUR PAR LE CONGRES EN FEVRIER 
17,7^. Full bust in uniform aiid cocked hat, a drawn .swOrd partly 
visible on the left. Oval, with border in a rectangle, resting on a base 

ornamented with war emblems, etc. The title on the base. Line. 

*!.'". " .' ' ' ' . ' . . ~ ' 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Esnamts et Rapilly, rue S*. Jacques, a la Ville deCoufances, 
.'. ,\ A. P. D.R. Baker .No. 58. Rare. 

Fine brilliant impression, with foll : margin. . 

113. GEORG WASHINGTON ESQ. Half length in uniform and cocked 
hat, body to right, head to left. Oval, with border resting upon a 
base in. a rectangle. . Title on the base. . , . Etched. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Baker No. 60. Very rare. 



114. GENERAL 1 WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform and cocked 
hat, on horseback, advancing to the right; a drawn sword in the right 
hand, head turned to left. The horse is rearing. In the landscape, a 
stream of water to the right. Line. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Baker No. 62. Fine impression. Very rare. 




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ALEXANDER CAMPBELL TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

115. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQ*. GENERAL AND COMANDER.OF 
THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure, in uniform and 
cocked hat, on horseback; a drawn sword in the right hand, head 
turned to left. The horse is rearing. In the back distance a battle in 
progress. (With eight lines of poetry in French and German under 
the inscription.) Line. 

Height 9 6-16 inches; width 6 13-16 inches. 

loh. Mart. Will. exc. A. V. 

Extremely rare. Slightly damaged on the upper edge. The only copy that ever came under my 
observation. 

116. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ECUYER GNRAL DE L'ARME ANGLO- 

AMRIQUAINE NOMM DICTATEUR PAR LE CONGRE'S EN FEV*. 1777. 

GEORGE WASHINGTON ECUY*. GE"NE"RAL AND COMMANDER 
EN CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure in 
uniform and cocked hat, on horseback, with drawn sword in right hand 
extended to the left; head to right. The horse is rearing. Encamp- 
ment, soldiers, and buildings in the back distance. Artillery sur- 
rounded with flags and laurel between either title. Colored by hand. 

Line. 

Height 12 10-16 inches; width 8 13-16 inches. 

A Paris Chez Crepy rue S*. Jacques a S*. Pierie pres la rue de la 
Parcheminerie. 

Of the most extreme rarity and probably unique. The artist, being a German, has shown his 
appreciation of the character of Washington, as in the picture he has both clothed him, and given him 
the countenance of Frederick the Great. See facsimile. 

117. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQR. GENERAL AND COMANDER IN 
CHEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure in uniform 
and cocked hat, on horseback, advancing to the left; the right arm 
extended with drawn sword. The horse is rearing. Fortress, build- 
ings, and soldiers in the background. Line. 

Height 9 6-16 inches; width 6 15-16 inches. 

I. M. Probst pinx sc. I. Mich Probst exc A. V. 

A fine impression of this excessively rare portrait, and probably unequalled in any collection. 

118. HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ*. COM- 
MANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN ARMIES. THE PROTECTOR OF 
HIS COUNTRY, THE SUPPORTER OF LIBERTY, AND THE BENEFACTOR 
OF MANKIND.* MAY HIS NAME NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. Full figure 
in uniform and cocked hat, on horseback; the right arm extended to 
the left with drawn sword. The horse is rearing and advancing to 



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left. An encampment in the background. Circle with border sur- 
rounded with laurel leaves. 'The title in the border. 

Etching rudely colored. 

' 

Diameter n 7-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. The only copy that has come under my observation. 

119. GENERAL WASHINGTON.. Full figure in uniform and cocked 
hat, on horseback, with extended sword in right hand. Horse ad- 
vancing to left. On the same sheet with full length figure of " General 
Washington's reitende Leibgarde" and "Die independent company 
Chef General Washington." Over .the figures. is a Union Jack and an 
American flag, and on the other half of sheet a map of "Nord America." 

Line. 

Height 6 9-16 inches; width 5 13-16 inches. (Size of Washington portrait only.) 
- * ' Probably Unique, and 'with full margin. The only copy that has come under my observation. 

lac. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQR. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 

" CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Full figure in uniform 

and cocked hat,' on horseback, advancing to the right; head turned to 

left. -Drawn sword in right hand extending across the body. The 

horse is rearing. Battle scene in the right distance. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 0-16 inches; width 9 13-16 inches. 

Done from an original. Drawn from the Life by Alexr. Campbell, 
. of ^Williamsburgh in Virginia. Published as the Act directs,. 9 Sepf. 
1775, by C. Shepherd. 

Similar to Baker No. 46, but entirely re-engraved, by an artist of much greater ability; a beautiful 
brilliant impression with full dekle edges, of extreme rarity, and we may say unique, and of the greatest 
interest from the fact of it being an inception of Washington at the commencement of his Revolutionary 
military career. See facsimile. 

121. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Esoj. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Three-quarter length 
in uniform and. cocked hat; head turned to the right, body to the left, 
right hand gloved and pointing to a battle in the left distance. The 

* left hand resting on the hip. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 13-16 inches; width 9 5-16 inches. 

Done from an Original. Drawn from the Life by Alexr Campbell, 

of Williamsburgh- 1 in Virginia. loh Martin Will excud. Aug. Vind. 
Published as the Act directs, 9 Sept. 1775, by C Shepherd London. 

Similar to Baker No. 49, but an entirely re-engraved plate. A beautiful brilliant impression, and 
of extreme rarity, if not unique. 

122. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Esqr. GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY IN AMERICA. Three-quarter length, 
in uniform and cocked hat. Head turned to right, body to left. Right 




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FACSIMILE OF LOT 120, REDUCED 



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hand gloved pointing to a battle in the left distance, left hand resting 
on the hip. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 14-16 inches; width g 6-16 inches. 

Done from an Original. Drawn from the Life by Alexr. Campbell, 
of Williamsburgh in Virginia. loh. Martin Will excud. Aug. Vind. 
Published as the Act directs, 9 Sept. 1775, by C. Shepherd London. 

Also similar to Baker No. 49, but an entirely re-engraved plate, and entirely different from lot 121. 
A choice brilliant impression, of extreme rarity, if not unique. 

123. GEORGE WASHINGTON Eqer. GE"NRAL EN CHEF DE L'ARME"E 
ANGLO-AME'RIQUAINE, NOMM DICTATEUR PAR LE CONGRE"S EN 
FEVRIER 1777. Full bust in uniform and cocked hat; a drawn sword 
partly visible on the left. Oval, with a border in a rectangle resting 
on a base ornamented with war emblems, etc. Title on the base. 

Line. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Similar to Baker No. 58; of which this print is a very close copy. Fine impression, full margin. 
Very rare. 

124. WASHINGTON, AND LIBERTY. Full bust in uniform and cocked 
hat, head to right. Circular in a Border. Surrounded by a snake with 
its tail in its mouth, around which is twisted a long flowing ribbon, upon 
which are the names of the thirteen original States, the ribbon being 
tied to the upper part of the border; underneath is a view of Philadel- 
phia, and a tablet inscribed " Best Virginia Tobacco." Line. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

A modern impression from an old plate. Up to the present time, an original impression of the 
plate has not been discovered; even this impression is very rare. 



EUGENE DU SIMITIERE TYPE. 

125. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion, suspended by a ring, over a base in a rectangle. The title 
on the base. Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Dessine" d'apres Nature par Du Simitier a Philadelphie. Grave par 
Adam. Baker No. 63. 

126. HIS EXCELLENCY GENERAL WASHINGTON COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF NORTH AMERICA, 
&? Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Oval in a 

rectangle. Line. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

B. B. E. Pubd. May 15**. 1783 by R. Wilkinson, No. 58 Cornhill, 
London. Baker No. 65. Rare. 

Brilliant original impression with full margin, as it was issued in numbers with the other portraits 
of the series. 



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127- THE SAME. With the scratched title. Full margin. 

128. THE SAME. Contemporaneously Colored. Choice proof before all 
letters. Extremely rare in this state. 

129. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Oval 
in a narrow border. Stipple. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

A. W. Kuffner sc. 1793. Baker No. 66. Very rare. 

130. G.WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion, suspended by a ring, over a base in a rectangle (the title 
on the base). Line. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Drawn from the life by Du Simitiere in Philadelphia. Engraved by 
B. L. Prevost at Paris. Baker No. 67. 

Fine early impression on heavy paper, before the title on the base. 
\ 

131. THE SAME. On thin paper, before the title on the base. 

132. G. WASHINGTON. N EN VIRGINIE ANNE ^733. COMMEND ANT 
EN CHEF DES ARMIES ET PRESIDENT DU CONGR s D'AMERIQUE. Full 
bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

F. Bonneville deli. Ruotte sculp. Paris rue S l . Jacques No. 195. 
Baker No. 69. 

133. THE SAME. Variation in the printer's address. " Se trouve Rue du 

Theatre Francais." Full margin. 

134. GENL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. 
Oval, with border upon a base in a rectangle. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Publish 'd Jany. 1784 by John Walker from an Original Painting. 
Baker No. 70. Rare. 




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FACSIMILE OF LOT 141 



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EUGENE DU SIMITIERE TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

135. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Vig- 
nette. Stipple. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Exceedingly scarce. 

136. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Oval in 
a rectangle in which is a tablet with the inscription. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Excessively rare. The only copy I ever saw. It has written at the bottom in pencil " Schweyer 
sc." See facsimile. 

137. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Circular 

medallion, suspended by a ring, resting on a base in a rectangle. The 
inscription on the base. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Drawn from the life by Du Simitiere. Engraved by William Sartain. 
In four states: Artist's proof signed; India proof; Plain impression, and 
impression from defaced plate. 4 pieces. 

Sold as a lot. 

138. THE SAME. Complimentary engraver's proof, signed. 



WM. DUNLAP TYPE. 

139. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform. Head three- 
quarters to right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

From the original picture in Pastel Painted from life by William Dun- 
lap, and now (1868) in the possession of Dr. Samuel C. Ellis New York. 
Ellas Dexter 564 Broadway New York. Baker No. 73. India proof. 

140. THE SAME. India proof before all letters; presentation copy from E. 

Dexter, the publisher. 



JOSEPH WRIGHT TYPE. 

141. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to right. The title 
on ribbon beneath the bust. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 9-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Painted by J. Wright. Engraved by J. Collyer. Baker No. 76. Ex- 
tremely rare. 

A close copy of the etching by Wright, with fine margin. Brilliant impression. See facsimile. 



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142. THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Bust in uniform, 
in profile to right. Oval. Etched. 

Height 2 5-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

Massa. Mag. (March No. 1791). Baker No. 77. Very rare. 



143. GEORGE WASHINGTON. DIED 14-"! DEC*. 1799 AGED 68. Bust 
in uniform, in profile to left. Oval, with narrow border upon a base 
engraved to represent stonework. At the top, partly within the border, 
a laurel wreath, which tied by a ribbon extends down either side. The 
bottom and sides of oval surrounded by war emblems. Title upon the 
base. Stipple. 

Height 4 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

A: '& S. Maverick Copper plate printers, 73 Liberty Street New York. 
Baker No. 78. See facsimile. Extremely rare. 

Baker only saw one copy, and that had not the engraver's address. This is the only copy I ever 
saw. It was pasted originally as an advertisement of the Maverick's, on the outside front cover of an 
early New York Directory, about 1810. 



144. BUST IN UNIFORM. In profile to right. Oval. Lithograph. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

On the back of this print, in eighteen irregular lines, is the following 
autograph facsimile: " THE GODLIKE WASHINGTON died 14 th Dec r 1799. 
All America in tears. - The within is the best likeness I have seen. The 
hair is of his own head. This will increase its value with time. It 
is'my earnest request this may be preserved to succeeding generations. 
The hair was presented to me by Maj r Billings Con. Army. E. Watson, 
certificate. This may certify that the within hair was Enclosed by 
Gen* Washington - in a Letter to me dated Newburgh June '83, as his 
own hair. Jany i, 1800. And* Billings." Baker No. 79. 

This drawing' is a close copy of the etching by Wright, and it is probable that the above inscription 
and certificate may have been written on the back of the impression from which it was made. 

144^. GENERAL WASHINGTON LATE PRESIDENT OF THE AMERICAN 
CONGRESS. Three-quarter length, in uniform, head nearly in profile, 
the body three-quarters to left. The right hand rests upon a sword-hilt, 
held from the body and perpendicular therewith, a chapeau in the 
left. In the distance to the left, a Battle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 19 inches; width 13 10-16 inches. 

Painted by R. Wright of Philadelphia. P. Dawe sculpt. London 
Published by D. Gaily NO 263 High Holborn Jany 8 th 1801. Baker 
No. 80. Extremely Rare. 

Fine copy of one of the rarest of the Wright type; with full margin. 




FACSIMILE OF LOT 143 



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145- GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE 
ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES. Born Feb. nth ^32 o. S. Died 
December 14^ 1799. Bust in uniform, in profile to right. Over the 
head an eagle with laurel wreath. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

A. Doolittle Sculp. Baker No'. 81. Extremely rare. 

Engraved for the funeral discourse on the death of Washington delivered by Benj. Trumbull, 
D.D., at North Haven, Dec. 29, 1799; published New Haven, 1800. 

146. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, three-quarters to 
right. Head in profile. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Drawn by J. Wright. Engraved by W. Evans. Baker No. 83. 

Extremely rare. 

147. THE SAME. Printed in colors, the background having been removed, 
cut close to oval, but name of artist and engraver intact. 

The only copy in colors that has come under my observation. 

148. FULL BUST IN UNIFORM. Three-quarters to right, head in profile. 
Ruled background. Etched. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

(Force's picture of the city of Washington.) Baker No. 85. 

149. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, three-quarters to 
left, head in profile. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Parson's Genuine Edition of Hume's England. Engraved for J. Par- 
sons, Paternoster Row, May 1795. Baker No. 86. 

150. THE SAME. Later impression, different text. "Cormack Vol. in, 
to face page 16." 

151. "THE SAME. With the name of the engraver. "Engraved by J. 
" White." 

A beautiful brilliant impression, and no doubt one of the first issue, as, unlike all other impressions 
I have seen, the plate shows no wear. Extremely rare in this state. 

152. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, in profile to 
right. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

T. Holloway, Sculp. "Literary Magazine." Published as the Act 
directs i Aug. 1792, by C. Foster, Poultry. Baker No. 87. Rare. 



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153- GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, in profile to 
right. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Baker No.SS. 

154. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, in profile to left. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

For the American Universal Magazine. (Philadelphia, Feb'y, 1797.) 
Baker No. 89. 

155. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to right. Title on a 
ribbon beneath the bust. Oval. Etched. 

Height 2 9-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

J. Wright Pinx. G. A. Lehman Sc. Amst. 1791. Baker No. go. 

Extremely rare. 

The only copy that has come under my observation. The copy Baker got his description from 
belonged to Jos. W. Drexel, which had verses in Dutch under it, and bore no date. This is no doubt 
an early proof before the verses. See facsimile. 

156. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform. In profile to 
right. Oval. Line. 

Height 2 1-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

From an origl. Drawg. George Murray sculpt. "Pocket Magazine." 
Published by Harrison & C. Octr. i, 1795. Baker No. 91. 

157. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in profile to right. Vignette in- 
closed in thin lines forming a square. Mixed. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

Elias Dexter 564 Broadway (1863). Baker No. 92. India proof. 

158. WASHINGTON. Full bust, in uniform. Head to right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

(Engraved by J. A. O'Neill. From an original contemporary Pic- 
ture in the possession of William Menzies, Esq.) Private Plate. 
Baker No. 93. Proof before all letters. 

159. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

H. Roosing Sculpt Rotterdam. A. Loosjes Pz. Execudt. 1793. 
Baker No. 94. Rare. 




FACSIMILE OF LOT 155 



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FACSIMILE OF LOT 164 



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160. G. WASHINGTON AS HE APPEARED WHILE REVIEWING THE CONTI- 
NENTAL ARMY ON BOSTON COMMON 1776. Bust in uniform, in profile 
to right. Oval medallion, in the centre of a rectangle ruled with waved 
lines and inclosed by a border. Stipple. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Drawn by N. Fullerton. Engraved by G. G. Smith. Entered ac- 
cording to Act of Congress, in the year .1851, by Charles Fox, in the 
Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts. Baker No. 96. 

161. THE SAME. Oval in a fancy border (without the rectangle). 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. India proof. 

162. G. WASHINGTON. Born Virginia Febry nth 1732. General of the 
American Armies 1775. Resign 'd 1783. President of the United 
States 1780. Full bust in uniform, in profile to left. Circle. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 9-16 inches. 

Baker No. 97. On India paper. 

The reprint after the 'plate was altered by removing the ribbon on the arm on which was the title. 






JOSEPH WRIGHT TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

163. WASHINGTON. His Path be Ours. Bust in profile to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

A. Todd, Sculp. Extremely rare. 

164. GENRL. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, in profile to left. 
Oval with a border. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Extremely rare. See facsimile. 

165. GEO E . WASHINGTON ESQ*. COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE FORCES, 

& LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Full bust 
in uniform, in profile to left. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

London. Published by G. Cawthorne. British Library, 132 Strand, 
31 June, 1799. Baker No. 428. 

We have placed this under the Wright portraits, as Baker no doubt was mistaken in placing it 
with the fictitious portraits. 



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166. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, in profile to right. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Engraved for the Ladies' Mag. Baker No. 429. 

We have placed this under the Wright portraits, as Baker no doubt was mistaken in placing it with 
the fictitious portraits. 

167. GEN*-. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to 
left. Circular medallion suspended by a ribbon on the column of an 
arch, over the figure of the Goddess of Liberty; on the other column is 
a similar portrait of " Doc 4 . Benjamin Franklin," and underneath the 
inscription, America trampling on oppression. Etching. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Wightman. Sc. Rare. 

1 68. . Bust in uniform, in profile to right, on a sheet with 

four other portraits of Franklin, Bonaparte, Duke of Sully, and Lafay- 
ette. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Rare. 

169. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to right. 
Vignette. Etching. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Joseph Wright Pinxit Phila 1784. Albert Rosenthal, Phila, 1888 
Aqua Fortis. From the original painting in the possession of the 
Powel Family Newport, R. I. India proof. 

170. THE SAME. "Etched expressly for Baker's Bibliotheca Washingto- 
niana." Japan paper proof. 

171. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed. 

172. THE SAME. From the first to the ninth state.' 9 pieces. 

An unique collection. 

173. THE ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING by Albert Rosenthal from 
which the above etching was made. 

174. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to right. The title 
on a ribbon beneath the bust. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

J. Wright Pinx. & Ft Hollyer Engr. 

Artist's proof, signed. No. 27 of 50 India proofs signed by J. O. Wright & Co. 



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ROBERT EDGE PINE TYPE. 

175. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head three-quarters to left; 
the right hand rests upon a walking-stick. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

H. B. Hall. From the original Picture from life by Robert Edge Pine 
taken in 1785. (In the possession of J. Carson Brevoort, Esq., Brooklyn, 
N. Y.) Engraved for Irving' 's Washington. Baker No. 98. India 
proof. 

176. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

177. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform. Head three-quarters to left. 
Oval, in a frame adorned with laurel leaves, resting upon a base in a 
rectangle. At the top of the frame, " E Pluribus Unum," and beneath 
it an open scroll containing facsimile autographs of the signers. Stipple. 

Height 8 9-16 inches; width 6 4-16 inches. 

Painted by A. Chappel. Engraved by G. R. Hall. From the original 
portrait by Pine in the possession of J. Carson Brevoort Esqr. (Copy- 
right 1856.) Baker No. 99. 

178. THE SAME. India proof. 

179. THE SAME. An impression from the retouched and altered plate. 

" Copyright 1879 by Henry J. Johnson." 

jgo, Half length in uniform, head three-quarters to left; right 

hand rests on a walking-stick. Colored photogravure. 

Height 16 14-16 inches; width 13 3-16 inches. 

From the original picture by Robert Edge Pine. Copyright 1902, by 
Henry T. Coates & Co. 



JEAN ANTOINE HOUDON TYPE. 

181. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

From Houdon's Bust. Engraved by A. B. Durand, 1833. 
Baker No. 100. 

182. THE SAME. India proof. 



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183. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

From Houdon's Bust. Title-page to " Life of George Washington, 
by Washington Irving, vol. 3. New York, G. P. Putnam, No. 506 
Broadway, 1859." India proof. Baker No. 101. 

184. THE SAME. Different state. 

185. " " " " 

186. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to left, in a rectangle. En- 
graved by a roulette. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 1-16 inches. 

Wm. Hamlin Sc. ^.91. From Howdan's Bust. Richmond, Va. 
Baker No. 102. 

187. THE SAME. Brilliant impression, from Wm. Hamlin's own collection. 

188. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right, in a rectangle. 

Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 inches. 

Drawn by J. Wood from Houdon's Bust. Engraved by Leney. Pub- 
lished by Joseph Delaplaine Chestnut S f . Philad a . 1814. Baker No. 
103. 

189. THE SAME. Variation in the type of the title. 

190. WASHINGTON. Head in profile to left. Oval medallion, suspended 
by a ring, in a ruled rectangle. 

Height 10 10-16 inches; width 9 2-16 inches. 

Ormsby's Pentography. Baker No. 104. On India paper. 

Rare in this state. 

191. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform, standing upon a 
pedestal. Head in profile to left; the right hand rests upon the folds 
of a military cloak thrown over the ends of a bundle of fasces, and the 
left upon a walking-stick. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 6 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

From the statue by Houdon in the Capitol, Richmond, Va. Da- 
guerreotyped from the Statue. Geo. Parkes. Baker No. 105. 



192. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

From Houdon's bust. Engraved by G. F. Storm. Baker No. 107. 

193. THE SAME. Variation in title. 1- 

194. G. WASHINGTON. Head in profile to left, the hair flowing and tied 
by a ribbon. Circular medallion; title on left. Line. 

Diameter 2 15-16 inches. 

Dessine et Grave d'apres Houdon par Alexandre Tardieu. 
" Pour sauver son pays du pouvoir arbitraire, 
Washington combattit en guerrier valeureux: 
Mais il acquit bien plus qu'une gloire vulgaire ; 
II fut homme d'Etat, humain et vertueux. 

Par J. Castera." 

Depose d la Bibliotheque National 'e le 9 Vendemiaire An g. A Paris 
chez Alex. Tardieu Gr. de la Marine Rue de I'Universite N. 296, au 
Depdt National de Machines. Baker No. 108. 

Fine impression. Full margin. Very rare. 

195. THE SAME. Before the verses. Very rare in this state. 

196. THE SAME. Cut close to margin and laid down. 

197. PROFILE HEAD AND BUST, to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engraved to imitate a crayon drawing. Baker No. 108. Very rare. 

198. HEAD IN PROFILE, to right. Circular medallion upon a base, 
inscribed "Born Feb. 22 A. D. 1732 Died Dec. 14, 1799"; a figure of 
Liberty on the right, the U. S. shield on the left ; the centre of a circle 
ornamented with views at Mount Vernon. Line. 

Diameter 2 1-16 inches. 

Designed by H. Billings. Engraved by the American Bank Note Co. 
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1859 by H. Barnes in 
the Clerk's office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts. 
Baker No. no. 



JEAN ANTOINE HOUDON TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

199. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Cir- 
cular. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 8-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

200. G. WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to left. Circular medal- 
lion. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 6-16 inches. 

Nach Tardieu von Senn. 

Similar to Baker No. 108. Very rare. 

201. G.WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Circular medal- 
lion, underneath a tablet with the title. Stipple. 

Diameter 5 10-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

202. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to left, with title 
on either side of bust. Circular medallion. Aquatint. 

Diameter 3 8-16 inches. 

C. C. Wright D. & F. Rare. 

203. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to left, with title 
on either side of bust. Circular medallion. Aquatint. 

Diameter 3 8-16 inches. 

C. C. Wright D. & F. Printed in tints. 

Different plate from Lot aoa. 

204. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to left, with title 
on either side of bust. Circular medallion. 

Diameter 3 8-16 inches. 

C. C. Wright, D. & F. J. W. Steel, Anaglyptograph. 
" The Medallic Memorials of Washington in the Mint of the United 
States, by James Ross Snowden." 

205. GEORGIO WASHINGTON. SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITWN ADSER- 
TORI LIBERTATIS. CoMixiA AMERICANA. Profile head and bust to 
right. Circular medallion in a ruled rectangle. Line. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

W. L. Ormsby Sc. 



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206. GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITWN AD- 
SERTORI LIBERTATIS, CoMixiA AMERICANA. Profile head and bust, 
to right. Circular medallion. 

Diameter 2 10-16 inches. 

Machine engraving. Title page of " The National Portrait Gallery," 
1834. 

207. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Profile head and bust, to right. Vig- 
nette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

d'apres la buste de Houdon. Similar to Baker No. 100. 

208. GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITWN AD- 
SERTORI LIBERTATIS, COMITIA AMERICANA. Profile head and bust, 
to right. Circular medallion. The front of a medal; underneath the 
reverse, and on either side the Washington arms. Line. 

Diameter 2 13-16 inches. 

Medaille d'honneur offerte a George Washington par le Congre*s. 

209. GEORGIO WASHINGTON. SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITWN AD- 
SERTORI LIBERTATIS, COMITIA AMERICANA. Profile head and bust, 
to right. Circular medallion. The front of a medal; to the left the 
reverse. Line. 

Diameter 2 13-16 inches. 

Copy of a Gold Medal presented to General Washington by Congress 
on the Evacuation of Boston. 

210. GEORGIO WASHINGTON SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITWN AD- 
SERTORI LIBERTATIS, COMITIA AMERICANA. Profile head and bust, to 
right. Circular medallion. The front of a medal; underneath the 
reverse; on either side the Washington arms. 

Diameter 2 13-16 inches. 

Copy of a Gold Medal presented to General Washington by Congress 
on the Evacuation of Boston, i, Arms of the Washington Family 
obtained from the Herald's College London. 2, Copy of General Wash- 
ington's seal. 

211. Full figure standing upon a pedestal, with cloak thrown 

round the shoulders. Head three-quarters to right; scroll in the right 
hand. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-8 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

212. Head and bust in profile, to right. On a sheet with 

35 other portraits. Vignette. Line. 

Height i 7-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 



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213- PRO PATRIA. Head and bust in profile, to right. Oval medallion 
on the side of an altar, upon which is a fire ; to the right a female figure 
with a crown upon her head on which is the word "Union," in the 
act of offering up a sacrifice; to left a building; in the background the 
ocean. Stipple. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 
Banknote vignette. 

214. Head and bust in profile, to right. Oval. To the 

left a revolutionary soldier; to right the figure of Liberty reclining on 
the oval, and two Indians. Stipple. 

Height a 1-16 inches; width a 9-16 inches. 

215. Head and bust in profile, to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 14-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 
Cut close. 

2 1 6. Head and bust in profile, to right. Oval medallion in 

a frame representing a laurel wreath, with floriated corners. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 
Engraved by a machine. India proof. 

217. Head and bust in profile, to left. Oval in a border 

representing a frame ornamented with flowers, over the top of which 
is the American shield. Stipple. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 
Cut dose. 

218. Head and bust in profile, to left. Circular. Stipple. 

Diameter 11-16 inch. 

American Bank Note Co. 

India proof. 

219. Head and bust in profile, to right. Oval on a sheet 

containing three other portraits of Washington after Stuart, Trumbull, 
and Peale. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

Houdon 1785. Engd. by H. B. Hall & Sons 13 Barclay St., N. Y. 

220. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left; in background oval at top. 

Line. 

Height 8 12-16 inches; width 6 11-16 inches. 

Copyrighted 1897 by Alfred Jones, N. A. Delt. et Sculpt. 

India proof. 



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221. - Full bust, head to left. At left of bust two books. 
Landscape background. Oval. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Engraved by machine. 

222. - Bust, head three-quarters to left, crowned with laurel 

wreath, on a pedestal. To left a cannon; to right an easel upon which 
hangs a palette; on the ground in front, books, sword, compass, etc. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 6 inches. 

F. O. C. Barley. J. C. McRae. Philadelphia, John C. Version 6* 
Co. Masonic Publishers. Title to "A Portrait Gallery of Prominent 
Freemasons." 

223. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born, 22. February 1723. Head and 
bust in profile, to left. Circular medallion surrounded with a wreath 
of flowers, tied with a ribbon at top ; scrollwork on either side. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 13 3-16 inches. 

" Chameleon Stripe." Machine engraved. Dry-goods label. 

224. - Head and bust in profile, to right. Oval in a rectangle, 

with border resembling a frame. 

Height 3 1-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

"Warranted Fast Colors." Machine engraved. Dry-goods label. 

225. - Head and bust in profile, to left. Circular surrounded 
with scrollwork. 

Diameter 2 5-16 inches. 

"Superior Steam Loom Cottons. Washington Mills, Gloucester, 
New Jersey, near Philadelphia." Machine engraved. Printed on 
green paper. 

226. Head and bust in profile, to left. Circular medallion 

surrounded with scrollwork. 

Diameter 2 14-16 inches. 

" Washington Prints Gloucester New Jersey." Machine engraved. 
Dry-goods label. 

227. - Head and bust in profile, to right. Circular medallion 

in the centre of a border engraved to resemble a frame. 

Height 6 2-16 inches; width 7 6-16 inches. 

"Washington Manufacturing Co. Gloucester, near Philadelphia." 
Printed on green paper. Dry-goods labek 



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JAMES PEALE TYPE. 



228. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head nearly in profile to right. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engd. by H. B. Hall, N. Y. 1865. J. Peale Pinx 1788. (Private 
Plate.) Baker No. in. India proof. 

229. THE SAME. Proof before the inscription, on India paper. 

Presentation copy to Henry B. Dawson, from Mr. Hoffman. 

230. THE SAME. Proof before the inscription, on India paper. 

231. Half length in uniform, head three-quarters to right, 

the right hand on sword-hilt. In the rear to left, a tent partly visible, 
and in the right background an attendant with a horse. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 6 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. Sartain after the Original Painting, From Life by 
James Peale. Baker No. 112. 

The engraver has written on the margin: " For Mr Sheepshanks Proof before the letters from a 
private plate of a portrait of Washington painted in 1778, belonging to Mr Lenox of New York. The 
portrait represents Washington in a military costume of that period." 

232 GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head in profile to left. 

Etching. 

Height 4 5-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal 1899 from the Water-color by James 
Peale, drawn from life, Philadelphia 1795, in the possession of Charles 
Henry Hart, Esq., Phila. Twenty-five sets in four states printed and 
subscribed for: Artist's proof, signed; proof; lettered impression; and 
defaced plate. 4 pieces. 

Sold as lot. 

233. THE SAME. An unique set of eight trial proofs, showing the progress 
of the etching from the commencement to the completion. 



MADAME DE BREHAN TYPE. 

234. GEORGE WASHINGTON N EN VIRGINIE LE n FE~VRIER 1732. 
Profile, head to left, laureated. Circular medallion in the upper part 
of a rectangle. The title in a tablet. Stipple. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Grave d'apres le Came'e peint par Madame de Brehan a Newyork 



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en 1789. Dirige par P. F. Tardieu. Grave par Roger. Baker No. 
"3- 

Brilliant impression. Fine margin. Rare. 

235. G. WASHINGTON. Profile, head to right, laureated. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

"The President's compliments accompany the enclosed to Mrs. 
Morris." Engraved and printed at the Bureau Engraving and Printing. 
This profile of Washington is engraved from the original now in pos- 
session of Gen. Geo. B. McClellan, which was presented to Mrs. Morris 
by Genl Washington, accompanied by a note of which the above text 
is a true and exact facsimile. Baker No. 1 14. India proof. 

236. THE SAME. India proof, before the inscription. 

237. " " Proof before the inscription. 



MADAME DE BREHAN TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

238. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Profile, head to right, laureated. Circu- 
lar medallion, with border, suspended by a ring, tied with a ribbon. 

Aquatint. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Grave d'apre*s le Came'e peint par M me . le Marquise de Bryant par 
A. F. Sergent 1790. 

" Vengeur de son pays, sa force, sa prudence 
L'affranchit des tyrans, et ce bras respecte", 
Qui d'un monde opprime conquit 1'independance, 
Sous la garde des loix maintient la liberte." 

Brilliant impression. Exceedingly rare. 



CHRISTIAN GULAGER TYPE. 

239. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Head and bust, three-quarters to right. 
Oval in rectangle. Line. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Engd. by Wm. E. Marshall from a Portrait by Gulligher belonging 
to E. Belknap Esq. Baker No. 115. 



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EDWARD SAVAGE TYPE. 

240. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQ*. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITF^ STATES 
OF AMERICA. Full bust in uniform, the order of the Cincinnati on the 
left breast; head three-quarters to right. Oval, in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

Painted & Engraved by E. Savage From the Original Picture 
Painted in 1790 for the Philosophical Chamber, at the University of 
Cambridge, in Massachusetts. Published Feby 7, 1792 by E. Savage, 
No. 29 Charles Street, Midd x . Hospital. Baker No. 116. 

A superb impression, with full margin. Very rare. 

241. THE SAME. Choice impression. Cut close to title, the inscription 

and address being cut off. 

242. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, the 
order of the Cincinnati on the left breast; head three-quarters to the 
right. Oval, in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

Painted & Engraved by E. Savage. Baker No. 117. 

243. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ*. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Nearly full length, sitting, legs crossed, at a table to the 
right, upon which is a hat with a large rosette; head three-quarters to 
right. A large chart upon the table is held by the right hand; the left 
arm rests upon it, the hand hanging over in front; the background is 
formed by a curtain, which, drawn at the right, reveals the sky and 
the lower portion of a pillar. Mezzotinto. 

Height 18 inches; width 14 inches. 

E. Savage pinx. et sculp. From the Original Portrait Painted at 
the request of the Corporation of the University of Cambridge in Massa- 
chusetts. Published June 25, 1793 by E. Savage No. 54 Newman 
Street. Baker No. 118. Framed. 

This copy is considered by connoisseurs to be absolutely the most brilliant and beautiful impression 
of this rare print known, with a fine wide margin. It certainly is the finest copy I ever saw, and is 
prized by Mr. Carson as one of the gems of his collection. 

243^. GEORGE WASHINGTON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Nearly full length sitting, legs grossed, at a table to 
the right. (Same description as the preceding print.) 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 18 inches; width 13 14-16 inches. 

From the original Portrait Painted at the request of the Corporation 
of the University of Cambridge in Massachussetts. Baker No. 119. 

This is a different Plate from the preceding one, although very similar. It is not so well ex- 
ecuted, and slight differences are visible throughout, the most marked, perhaps, being the Rosette 
on the hat, which is entirely different. It is supposed to be by Savage. It is exceedingly scarce. 
Baker only saw two impressions. This is a very good one. 



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244. THE WASHINGTON FAMILY. George Washington his Lady and 
her two Grandchildren by the name of Custis: La Famille de Washing- 
ton, George Washington Son Epouse et Ses deux petits Enfants du 
Nom de Custis. Full figure in military costume, seated to the left of 
the print. His right arm rests on the shoulder of the boy who is stand- 
ing, while the left is upon a chart-extended on a table, to a part of which 
Mrs. Washington points with a fan. Stipple. 

Height 18 6-16 inches; length 24 6-16 inches. 

Painted and Engrav'd by E. Savage. Philadelphia. Published March 
loth 1798, by E. Savage & Rob*. Wilkinson No. 58 Cornhill London. 
Baker No. 120. 

Beautiful brilliant impression, with the full margin. Probably a finer copy could not be found, as 
this is perfectly free from spots and the margin has not suffered by being framed, as is the case with 
nearly all copies. 

244^. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

245. Portrait of George Washington, from the above de- 
scribed print. Cut square. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width a 15-16 inches. 

246. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform. Head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Marckl. Del. Bertonnier Sculpt. PuUie par Pourrat F. a Paris. 
Baker No. 121. 

247. THE SAME. Choice proof before letters, with full margin. 

Very rare in this state. 

248. THE SAME. Proof before the publisher's address. 

249. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, the order of the Cincinnati 
on the left breast; head three-quarters to right. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Engd. by J. C. Buttre N. Y. After a Painting by Edward Savage 
in 1790. Baker No. 122. 

250. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

251. " " India paper proof . 

252. " " " " ' before the "1790." 



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253. GEN*- GEORGE WASHINGTON. Nearly full length in military 
coat, sitting at a table to the right, crossed legs. Upon a pedestal to 
the right, relieved against the sky, an urn, with halo at top, bearing 
the inscription "G. W. Obt Decbr. i4th I799 & 68." On the side of 
the pedestal, "The Grateful Tribute of his Admiring Countrymen," and 
on the front, in three lines, " Death ere thou hast slain another Wise and 
Great and Good as He, Time shall throw his dart at thee." Mezzotinto. 

Height 17 11-16 inches; width 13 14-16 inches. 

E. Savage Pinxt. W. Hamlin Sculpt. Published July 1800 by Wm. 
Hamlin, Providence, R. I. Baker No. 123. 

A copy with variations noted of the mezzotinto by Savage, Baker No. 118. Only 100 impressions 
of the plate were taken for subscribers. It is extremely rare. See plate. 

254. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ*. Obt. Decbr. i 4 th I799 & 68. 
Nearly full length, sitting at a table to the left, crossed legs ; head three- 
quarters to the left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 5-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

E. Savage pinxet. Wm. Hamlin sculp. Providence. Baker No. 
124. 

Copy in the reverse of the mezzotinto by Savage, Baker No. 118. Modern impression. 

255. GEN*-. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

E. Savage, Pinxt. Wm. Hamlin, Set. Provid. " Farnsworth's Edi- 
tion." Baker No. 126. Very rare. 

256. GENL. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval, surrounded by rays. Stipple. 

Height 10-16 inch; width 7-16 inch. 

W m Hamlin, Sculpt. Baker No. 127. 

257. THE SAME. Very early impression. From Wm. Hamlin's own col- 
lection. 

258. GENL GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left ; the order of the Cincinnati on the right breast. Oval, 
in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

W. Harrison Junr. Sculpt. Baker No. 128. Very rare. 




FACSIMILE OF LOT 253, REDUCED 



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259. GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 'OF 
AMERICA. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right;' the. order 
of the Cincinnati on the left breast. Oval, in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by S. Hill. Baker N.o. 129. ' Rare. 

Brilliant impression. 

260. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Esqr. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right; the order of the Cincinnati on the left breast. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

Houston, Sc. Philad a . Published for Tho s . Coridie Bookseller. 
Baker No. 130. Brilliant impression. Rare. 

261. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 9-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Savage pinx. O'Neill Sc. Published by Elias Dexter, 546 Broadway, 
N. Y. Baker No. 131. 

India proof, before the title. 

262. THE SAME. India proof before the title or address. 

263. GEORGE WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left; the order of the Cin- 
cinnati on the right breast. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Savage Pinxt. Rollinson Set. Baker No. 132. Rare. 

264. THE WASHINGTON FAMILY. Ge<>. Washn. Parke Custis, Genl 

Geo. Washington, Eleanor Parke Custis, Martha Washington, William 
Lee. (Copy of the print by Savage, Baker No. 120.) . Mezzotinto. 

Height 16 4-16 inches; length 23 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Edward Savage. Engraved by J. Sartain. Baker No. 133. 

265. GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Nearly full length, sitting at a table to the right, with 
crossed legs. Line. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches.- 

I. Scoles, del et sculp. Published by Smith, Reed, and Wayland. 
Baker No. 134. 



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266. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
the left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Savage pinx. Tanner, sc. "Engraved for the Washingtoniana." 
Baker No. 135. 

267. THE SAME. Fine impression before the "Engraved for the Washing- 
toniana," with full margin. 

268. GEORGE WASHINGTON EsQr. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right; the 
order of the Cincinnati on the left breast. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

From the Original Picture painted by Savage in 1 790, for the Philo- 
sophical Chamber of the University of Cambridge in Massachusetts. 
London, Pub d . for the Proprietor, Aug* 10, 1793, by E. Jeffery, No. n, 
Pall Mall. Baker No. 136. See plate. Rare. 

269. THE SAME. Beautiful impression, with wide margin. Printed in 
brown. Very rare in this state. 

270. GEORGE WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Bust in uniform, body slightly to left, head drawn in rather 
an awkward manner, three-quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

from an Original Miniature in the Possession of Benjamin Smith 
of Philadelphia. Published June 10^ 1794, by T. Palfer, No. 4, 
Bridge Road Lambeth near the Turnpike. Baker No. 137. 

Extremely rare. 



EDWARD SAVAGE TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

271. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Eso/. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right; the order of the Cincinnati on the left breast. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

272. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Circular. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 4-16 inches. 

Minatelli's, Pubblicato in Venezia a spese di Catterin Minatelli e 
Comp. Very rare. 




FACSIMILE OF LOT 268 
THE ORIGINAL IS IN COLORS 



C U I V . t- 
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273- Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right; the 

order of the Cincinnati on the left breast. Vignette. Outline. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Very scarce. 

274. WASHINGTON FAMILY. George Washington seated to the right 
of a table, upon which is spread a map, with sword resting upon it; 
to the left, in the rear, Martha Washington; to the right Geo. W. P. 
Custis, in the rear Nellie Custis; in the front right corner a globe, etc. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 5-16 inches; width 9 14-16 inches. 

Painted by F. B. Schell. Engraved by A. B. Walker. Published by 
John Dainty 15 S. 6th St. Philadelphia. 

After the style of Savage's Washington Family. 

275. Full bust, head three-quarters to right; curtain in the 

background. Mezzotinto. 

Height 10 inches; width 8 3-16 inches. 

(Engraved by S. Arlent Edwards from an engraving by Edward 
Savage.) 

Artist's remarque proof, signed; a close copy with variations of Baker No. 118. 

2 75 A. WASHINGTON FAMILY. Washington Parke Custis, George 
Washington, Eleanor Parke Custis, Martha Washington, William Lee 
(copy of the Print by Savage, Baker No. 120). Mezzotinto. 

Height 18 inches; width 24 14-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Jno Sartain) Published by Thos Kelly, 346 Third 
Avenue, between 22? and 2$* St. N. Y. 

Similar to Baker No. 133. 



2758. THE SAME. 

Height 16 3-16 inches; length 23 11-16 inches. 

Painted by Edward Savage. Engraved by J. Sartain. 

Similar to Baker No. 133. 



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JOHN TRUMBULL TYPE. 

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276. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, a cloak around the left shoul- 
der, head to left. Line. 

Height 8 6-16 inches', width 6 6-16 inches. 

Dessine par Couder. Grave par A. Blanchard. "Dedie a S. E. le 
General Jackson, President des Etats-Unis d'Ame'rique, Par son tres- 
respecteux admirateur, le Typographe N. Bettoni." Baker No. 139. 
India proof. 

277. THE SAME. Fine proof before the inscription. 

278. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. Vignette. 

Height 4 4-16 indies; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Burt. Baker No. 140. 

279. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, head to left; 
a field-glass in the extended right hand, the left on a sword-hilt at his 
side. In the rear, a soldier with a horse, and in the extreme back- 
ground the representation of a battle (Trenton). At his feet a dis- 
mounted cannon. Stipple. 

Height 25 6-16 inches; width 17 7-16 inches. 

Painted by John Trumbull Esqr. Engraved by T. Cheesman. 
London. Published by A. C. De Poggi NO. 91, New Bond Street, 
June 1796. Baker No. 141. Fine impression. 

280. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters, with the address of 
the publisher scratched in, "10^ 1795 by A. C. De Poggi New Bond 
S*. London." 

This superb brilliant proof, with wide margin, is no doubt one of, if not the earliest impression 
known; it will be perceived that the date is 1795, a year earlier than the regular impressions. 

281. THE SAME. With variation in the address of the publisher. "London 
Published by A. C. De Poggi, NO. 91, New Bond Street." 

Brilliant impression. 

y> 

282. THE SAME. With variation in the address of the publisher, it being 
printed under the title, instead of immediately under the print, as in 
the first described. Beautiful mellow brilliant impression. 



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283. THE SAME. Without the address of the publisher. 

The above five engravings by Cheesman form a remarkable collection, and I doubt if it could 
be duplicated. Any of them are rare, the proof especially so. Here we have five distinct different 
states, all printed from the one plate, at close intervals, the variations being mainly in the address of the 
publisher. 



284. GAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Vignette. 

Etched. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Couche* fils sc. Baker No. 142. 



285. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform. (Fully described in the 
print by Cheesman, No. 279.) Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Engraved by A. Daggett from the original Painting by Colonel 
Trumbull. Published by Nathan Whiting New Haven Con. Baker 
No. 143. 

286. THE SAME. Inscribed "Washington at Trenton, N. J. January 

2<i 1777. This Print is copied from a painting deposited by the artist 
(the aid of Washington) in the Trumbull Gallery at New Haven Conn. 
Washington is represented viewing the enemy just after the conflict 
at the Creek bridge. Every part of his dress, the trappings of his 
horse, &c., were drawn from the original objects." 

287. THE SAME. Second state, without the address of the publisher. 

288. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. 

Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Eng. by A. B. Durand from the full length Portrait by Col. Trumbull 
belonging to Yale College. Entered according to the Act of Congress 
in the year 1834 by James Herring, in the clerks office of the District 
Court of the Southern District of New York. Baker No. 144. 

289. THE SAME. Without the copyright notice. 

290. " " Proof before all letters, on India paper. 

291. " " India proof, without the copyright. 

292. " " Without Durand's name, " New York G. P. Putnam & 

Co.," on India paper. 



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293. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

. Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Geoffroy Sc. Public par Fume, Paris. Baker No. 145. 

294. THE SAME. India proof. "Imp F. Chardon Ae So. r Hautefeuille." 

295. " Plain impression. "Imp F. Chardon A e So. r Haute- 

feuille." 

296. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to 
left; circular medallion, heading to an imperial folio sheet, containing 
"The Declaration of Independence," surrounded by fifteen other 
medallions, two of which contain portraits of John Adams and Thomas 
Jefferson, and the others, the coats of arms of the thirteen original 
States. Stipple. 

Diameter of medallion 3 5-16 inches. 

Gimber sc. Trumbull pinxt. Published by Phelps 6 Ensign 7^ 
Bowery N. Y. Mounted on muslin. Baker No. 146. Rare. 

297,. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, standing upon 
a rocky eminence near a river. The right hand, holding a hat, rests 
upon his sword-hilt, while the left, in which is a scroll, the arm across 
the body, is pointing to a fortification upon the opposite bank. In 
the bend of the river, in the rear, shipping enveloped in smoke, and to 
the right a negro servant with a horse, browsing, his fore-parts only 
visible. In the lower margin an Indian holding a shield bearing the 
Washington arms. Mezzotinto. 

Height 23 inches; width 16 inches. 

r Painted by J. Trumbull Esq r . of Connecticut 1780. Engraved by 
V. Green, Mezzotinto Engraver to his Majesty and to the Elector 
Palatine. Engraved from the Original Picture in the Possession of 
M. De Neufville, of Amsterdam. Published by appointing of M. De 
Neufville Janry. i5th 1781, by V. Green, N. 29, Newman Street, Oxford 
Street, London. Baker No. 147. Very rare. 

Choice brilliant impression. 

298. THE SAME. First state, with the etched title and full margin. 

A truly magnificent impression of this very rare and beautiful print, and probably unique in this 
state. Considered by Mr. Carson, and worthily so, to be one of the greatest gems of his collection. 
See Plate. 



299. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

(Engraved by H. B. Hall, Morrisania, N. Y., from the original by 
Col. Trumbull.) Private plate. Baker N,o. 149. India prooj. 




FACSIMILE CF LOT 298, REQUCED 



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300. THE SAME. Proof before all letters, on India paper. 

301. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, head to left. 

(Fully described in the print by Cheesman, No. 279.) Vignette. Line. 

Height 10 inches; width 7 6-16 inches. 

Engraved and Printed by Illman & Sons. u On the great occasion 
of our Presidential Election, to all lovers of Freedom and Independence, 
is presented this portrait, 'The Father of our Country,' from an 
acknowledged and much admired painting by Col. J. Trumbull." 
Baker No. 150. 

302. THE SAME. Colored by hand. 

303. THE SAME. "The Ledger Carriers' Annual Greeting to their sub- 
scribers, New Year, 1858." 

304. G. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, standing upon an 
eminence near a river. Inclosed with a border, the title in a tablet 
on the lower part. 

Height 7 inches; width 4 9-16 inches. 

J. Trumbull Pinx. Ja. le Roy S*culp. Baker No. 151. 

Brilliant impression. Very rare with the border. A copy in the reverse of the print by V. 
Green, Baker No. 147. 

305. THE SAME. Without the border. 

306. GEORGE WASHINGTON, LE HEROS LIBE"RATEUR DE SA PATRIE 
NE" EN 1732, MORT A LA FIN DE 1799. Full figure in uniform, standing 
upon a rock near a river; the right arm is across the body, a chapeau 
in the left hand. To the left a palm tree. Line. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Maria Misa sculp. Baker No. 152. Rare. 

A variation of the print by V. Green, Baker No. 147. 

i 

306$. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform; in the extended right hand 
a field-glass, the left on a sword-hilt at his side. In the left distance 
a soldier with a horse; a palm tree on the right. Vignette. Mixed. 

Height 6 3-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

/ 

Guemied del E Monnin Sc. Baker No. 153. Very rare. 

Only one impression of this had come under the notice of Baker. 



307. G. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

Eng. by Read from the full length Portrait by Col. Trumbull belong- 
ing to Yale College. George Willis, Great Piazza, Covent Garden. 
Baker No. 154. 

308. THE SAME. Variation, with the omission of the engraver's name 
and publisher's address. 

309. GENL. WASHINGTON. Bust, full face. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

(Published according to the Act of Parliament May the ioth 1783 
by J. K. Sherwin &c.) Baker No. 156. Reprint. 

310. GEN. WASHINGTON (on the Battle Field at Trenton). Full 
length in uniform. (Fully described, in the print by Cheesman, Baker 
I4 1 -) Mezzo tinto. 

Height 24 13-16 inches; width 17 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. Warner from the original picture by Col. John 
Trumbull in possession of Yale College N. Haven. Published by 
Wright & Groves, Phila. Entered according to Act of Congress in 
the Year 1845 by John Dainty in the clerk's office of the District court 
in the Eastern district of Pennsylvania. Baker No. 158. 

311. THE SAME. Variation in name of publisher, "Published by J. 
Dainty & Flagg & Co Philada.," and without the copyright. 

312. THE SAME. Variation in name of publisher, "Published by William 
Smith Third St. Philadelphia, & by J. Turgis 78 Duane St. New 
York," and with the copyright. 

313. THE SAME. Colored by hand. 

314. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to left. Oval. Etched. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Baker No. 159. 




't 

GENERAL WASHINGTON 



FACSIMILE OF LOT 315, REDUCED 



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JOHN TRUMBULL TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

315. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face, 
body turned to left, in a square with a border. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 10-16 inches; width 10 inches. 

Painted by J. Trumbull Esqr of Connecticut. Engraved by V. 

Green, Mezzotinto Engraver to his Majesty and to the Elector palan- 

tine. Publish 1 d June 3^ 1783 by V. Green No. 29, Newman. Street, 

Oxford Street and sold by J. Brydon, Printseller, No. 7, Charing Cross, 

London. 

' Excessively rare. The only one that has come under my observation. Beautiful impression. 
See Plate. 



316. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face, body turned to 

left, in a square with a border. Mezzotinto. 

Height 9 inches; width 7 inches. 

One of five copies printed in colors. Engraved by S. Arlent Edwards. Proof before all 
letters. A copy of the preceding print by V. Green. 



317. HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN ARMIES, MARSHAL OF FRANCE, . &c [ Full 
length in uniform, head to left, standing upon the British flag and 
documents and books entitled "Stamp Act," "Boston Port Bill," 
"Acts of Parl.," etc. In the right hand a scroll upon which is "Amer- 
ican Freedom established by Valour and Perseverance." Left hand 
pointing to the scroll. The flying figure of Fame in the act of placing 
a crown of olive leaves upon the head. Line. 

Height 6 9-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

Very rare. 



318. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, head to left, right arm 
resting upon a browsing horse ; the left hand, holding a chapeau, resting 
upon the hip. View of West Point in the distance. Mezzotinto. 

Height 9 14-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

From a painting by J. Trumbull in the City Hall; New York, engraved 
for Jos. F. Sabin by S. Arlent Edwards. 



319. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed. 

320. " " Proof before letters. Printed in colors. 



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321. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 inches. 

Engd by H. B. Hall & Sons, New York. India proof. 

Similar to Baker No. 149. India proof. 

322. THE SAME. Japan paper proof. 

323. THE SAME. Variation in publisher's address, "Engd by H. B. 
Hall & Sons. From the painting by Trumbull." Open letter proof. 

324. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform. (Fully 
described in the print by Cheesman, Baker No. 141.) Stipple. 

Height 6 9-16 inches; width 4 9-16 inches. 

Engraved by John Rogers from the Picture by Col. Trumbull. New 
York, Virtue & Yorston. 

325. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Mezzotinto by Wm. Sartain, 1891, after Couder for Sons of the Revolu- 
tion. 

Presentation copy signed by the engraver. 

326. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

327. G. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Published by J. C. Buttre Co. N. Y. India proof. 

328. G. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. Oval. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; .width 3 10-16 inches. 

Col Jno Trumbull. (Engraved by the Anastatic process.) New 
York. G. P. Putnam fir 9 Co. India proof. 

329. WASHINGTON IN 1775. THE PERIOD OF His TAKING COMMAND 
OF THE ARMY. Standing near a horse, full length in uniform, head to 
left; the arms folded, the right hand holding a field-glass; the right foot 
resting on the lower portion of a gun-carriage, in a ruled backgound 
rounded at upper corners. Military in the distance. Stipple. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

From the original by Alonzo Chappel in the possession of the Pub- 
lishers. Martin, Johnson fir 9 Company Publishers, N. Y. Entered 
according to Act of Congress A.D. 1857 by Martin, Johnson & Co. 
in the clerks office of the district court of the southern district of N. Y. 




>RGE WAS'HI.N'G 

E NT of the UXITEI? STATED 






FACSIMILE OF LOT 343, REDUCED 



330. THE SAME. India proof before all letters. 

331. WASHINGTON IN 1775. THE PERIOD OF His TAKING COMMAND 
OF THE ARMY. (Fully described in the Print Lot 329.) Stipple. 

Height 7 1-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 

From the original by Alonzo Chappel in the possession of the Pub- 
lisher. Copyright 1879 by Henry J. Johnson. Henry J. Johnson, 
Publisher, New York. 

332. CORNWALLIS RESIGNING HIS SWORD TO WASHINGTON. 
Full length in uniform, in the act of receiving the sword from Corn- 
wallis on the field at Yorktown, surrounded with American and English 
officers. Line. 

Height 7 10-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Painted by Smirke. Engraved by Heath. Corrected by Goulding. 

', 1 ' . 

334. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. (On the 
same sheet with portrait of Martha Washington.) Etched. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal, from the Painting by Jno. Trumbull 
in the National Museum, Washington, D. C. Copyright 1900 Albert 
Rosenthal. "Twenty-five sets in four states of the plate printed and 
subscribed for": Japan proof, colored and signed; Japan proof, un- 
colored and signed; lettered impression, Japan paper; lettered impres- 
sion on Japan paper, with list of subscribers; and impression from 
defaced plate. 

The set contains a signed proof uncolored, not with the regular sets published. 

335. THE SAME. Trial proofs (2 Washington, 2 Martha Washington). 

4 pieces. 

336. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Bureau Engraving and Printing. 

337. G. WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. M ezzotinto. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Trumbull, Bannister. 

338. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform. (In reverse 
of the print by Cheesman, Baker No. 141.) Line. 

Height 6 15-16 inches; 4 0-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. E. Tucker from an original Painting. 



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33 8 A. The Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, Va., 

Oct. I9** 1 1781. Full length in uniform on horseback, riding to the 
front between two lines of American troops. Stipf's, colored. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; length 5 14-16 inches. 

Eng^ by D. C. Hinman from the original painting by Col. Trumbull, 
in the Gallery at Yale College. Entered according to Act of Congress 
in the year 1844, by D. C. Hinman, in the Clerk's office of the District of 
Conn. 



ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON TYPE. 

3383. G. WASHINGTON 1796. Bust, three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

F. Bolt, f 1796. Baker No. 161. Rare. 

3380. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

From the original Miniature on Ivory, Painted from life by Arch d 
Robertson, in Philadelphia, in December 1791. Elias Dexter, 564 
Broadway, New York, 1866. Baker No. 162. India proof. 

3380. GEO. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
with border upon a pedestal, in a rectangle, a large scroll in front, to 
the right a sword and scales, and to the left a Liberty cap and oak 
branches. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 4 inches. 

Grainger sculpt. Published as the Act directs July i; 1794 by H. 
D. Symonds Paternoster Row. Baker No. 163. 

338E. GEO. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

W. Grainger Sculp? Published as the act directs Oct. 25, 1794 by 
H. D. Symonds Paternoster Row. Baker No. 164. 

338r. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

nach Frey gest v. Krethlow. Zwickau, b. d. Geb. Schumann, 1818. 
Baker No. 165. 

3380. THE SAME. Colored. 



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GIUSEPPE CERACCHI TYPE. 

338n. WASHINGTON. Bust in profile to left, head filletted. Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

H. B. Hall. From the Bust by G. Ceracchi, taken from life (now 
in possession of Gouverneur Kemble Esq. Cold Spring). Engraved 
jor Irving's Washington. Baker No. 166. India Proof. 

339. THE SAME. Without "Engraved for Irving's Washington," but 
with Publisher's address, " G. P. Putnam's Sons." 

340. WASHINGTON. Bust, upon a pedestal, head nearly in profile to 
left. Vignette inclosed by a single line. Stipple. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width a 14-16 inches. 

Drawn by J. G. Chapman, from the Original bust by Ceracci. Engv'd 
by J. F. E. Prud'homme. Harper & Brothers. Baker No. 167. 



WILLIAMS TYPE. 

341. WASHINGTON. Half length, in Masonic dress as a Past Master, 
head to right. Vignette. Mixed. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 inches. 

O'Neill N. Y. Engraved from the Portrait painted from life by 
Williams, for Alexandria Washington Lodge NO 22, Virginia 1794. 
Masonic Pub. & Man. Co. N. Y. Baker No. 168. 



342. THE SAME. Fine proof before all letters, on India paper, with large 
margin. Rare in this state. 



WALTER ROBERTSON TYPE. 

343. GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Full bust in uniform, with black neckerchief, head to right. Oval, 
with narrow scroll border. On the point of a straight sword, which 
extends from the top of the oval, is a liberty cap, and across the middle 
the word "Libertas" surrounded by a laurel wreath; rays diverge 
from the wreath, losing themselves in the clouds. Beneath the oval 



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an eagle in clouds, with a long ribbon in his beak, the ends over his 
wings (which are outspread), inscribed "E Pluribus Unum." At each 
side, flags and palm branches reaching to the top, the whole inclosed 
with two slight lines. Stipple. 

Height ii 13-16 inches; width 9 3-16 inches. 

Painted by W. Robertson. Jo? Ja s Barralet Invenit 1795. En- 
grav'd by R. Field. Published by Walter Robertson, Philadelphia, 6 
New York i s . ( August 1795. Baker No. 169. 

This Print is so rare that Baker only saw two impressions. This copy has been cut off slightly at 
the top, and is slightly stained in the upper and lower right-hand corners. It is, however, a very pretty 
impression. See Plate. 

344. GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Full bust in uniform, with black neckerchief, head to right. Oval, 
with narrow scroll border. Above the oval, a star with rays, and 
beneath an eagle with outspread wings in cloud, with a long ribbon in 
his beak, the ends over his wings, inscribed " E Pluribus Unum." At 
each side, flags and palm branches reaching to the top, the whole 
inclosed with two slight lines. Stipple. 

Height ii 14-16 inches; width 9 indies. 

Robertson Pinxt. Walker Execudit. Baker No. 170. Very rare. 

With the exception of the star, in place of the sword above the oval, this is a close copy of the 
preceding Print. Brilliant Impression 

345. THE SAME. Beautiful Brilliant Impression, but cut down close to 
the oval at top, and to the shape of the clouds at bottom, but with the 
full inscription and address of the publisher. "Published March 25, 
1797, by E. Walker, N<! 7, Cornhill." 

345i. GENERAL WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Bust in uniform, with black neckerchief, head slightly 
to right. In the lower margin a figure of Liberty seated upon an 
eagle, bearing a shield (the Washington arms), and at her feet a cornu- 
copia; to the right a liberty cap upon an upright sword. Oval in a 
rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 10 inches; width 8 2-16 inches. 

J. J. Barralet del. H. Houston sculpt. 

The only known copy of this print is in the possession of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine 
Arts. This is of the platinotype by C. S. Bradford, copyright 1898; it has also become very rare. 

346. G. WASHINGTON PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Full bust 
in uniform, with black neckerchief, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Rollinson sculp* Published by I. Reid New York 1796. Baker 
No. 172. 







FACSIMILE OF LOT 349 



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347- GEN*- WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head and bust three- 
quarters to left. Oval, with border in a rectangle; beneath the oval 
a representation of a review, entitled, "Gen! Washington takes com- 
mand of the American Army at Cambridge July 3? 1775." Line, 

Height 6 8- 1 6 inches; 3 14-16 inches. 

Tisdale Sc. Engrav'd for C. Smith N-York. Baker No. 173. 

Very rare. 

348. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, 
with black neckerchief, head to right. Oval, with narrow scroll border. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 5-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

(Dublin University Magazine.) Baker No. 174. Very rare. 



SAMUEL FOLWELL TYPE. 

349. Original Profile Portrait from the life of Genl Washington by Samuel 
Folwell, drawn on Paper and solidly painted in India Ink, with certain 
lights touched in; signed under the bust "S Folwell, Pinx 1 ."; underneath 
is written, " Presented by Miss Cuthbert by whom it was inherited from 
her father. Folwell was an Artist of Philad* at the termination of the 
18* Century, J. C." Oval. 

Baker Page 109. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

A beautiful Profile portrait, and, to quote Baker, "as declared at the time, is certainly a most 
spirited and correct likeness." There is no Engraving of this profile, but it has been reproduced on 
wood, in Watson's Annals of New York. See Plate. 

350. Full bust in profile to right. Vignette. Wood engraving. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; 2 6-16 inches. 

Baker Page 109. 



SAMUEL FOLWELL TYPE NOT IN BAKER. 

351. WASHINGTON. Bust in profile to left. Silhouette. 

Height 8-16 inch; width 6-16 inch. 

Rare. 

352. Bust in profile to right. Silhouette. Wood engraving. 

Height 2 9-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

The profile of Washington was originally taken with a machine at 
Alexandria, Va., while he was President of the United States, one 
portion of the machine resting upon, and passing over and around 
his face and head during the operation. It was presented by himself 
to a young lady. Printed on yellow paper. Very rare. The only copy 
I ever saw. 

352^. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Engraved by J. C. Buttre, from the Portrait by Wertmuller. Baker 
No. 175. 



ADOLPH ULRIC WERTMULLER TYPE. 
353. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

A. Wertmuller, S. Pt. Phila. 1795. H. B. Hall. Baker No. 176. 
India Proof before the Title. 



GILBERT STUART TYPE. 

354. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

From the original painting by Stuart, taken from life, in possession 
of the Boston Athenaeum. Engraved by Joseph Andrews. Baker 
No. 177. 

355. THE SAME. India Paper Proof, full Margin. 

356. " " Proof before Letters, on India Paper with the Artist's 
name immediately underneath the portrait. 



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357- THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

358. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. Baker. Published May io'. A 1800 by W. Bent. Baker 
No. 178. 

359. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 



Height 3 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Eng<? by V. Balch from a Painting by G. Stuart. Baker No. 179. 

360. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. On the left 
breast the order of the Cincinnati. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Ballin del. et sculp. Public par Dufour, Mulat et Boulanger, Imp. 
Gilquin et Dupain, r. de la Calandre, 19, Paris. Baker No. 180. 

361. THE SAME. India Proof, before the Title. 

362. Bust, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height 3-16 inch; width 2-16 inch. 

(Bank Note Co.) Baker No. 181. India Proof. 

This is the small engraved Portrait of Washington. 

363. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by G. J. Bather Jr. Baker No. 
182. India Proof. 

364. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

365. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust to right, head turned to left. Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Dalla Libera. I. W. Baumann sc* Mchr. Printed and published 
by G. G. Lange at Darmstadt. Baker No. 183. 

366. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right, inclosed by two slight lines 
surmounted by a Globe over which is an Eagle, beneath a star emitting 
rays; at the sides and bottom, beautifully engraved wreaths, flags, etc. 

Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Bertonnier sculpt, "Galerie Napoleon" Bernard, Editeur, Galerie 
Vivienne, N. 49. Baker No. 184. 



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367. THE SAME. Proof before all Letters and the border, on India Paper. 

Very rare in this state. 

368. THE SAME. With different border, without the facsimile signature, 
and with different publisher's address, " Danlos, Editeur, Quai Mala- 
quais, I, Paris." 

369. THE SAME. Without the border, artist's name, or title, but with 
facsimile signature. 

370. G. WASHINGTON. Head to the right. Oval, with ruled back- 
ground. Line. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Engraved expressly for Graham's Magazine from the original Paint- 
ing by G. Stuart by E. S. Best at J. M. Butler's establishment 84 Chest- 
nut St. Baker No. 185. 

371. THE SAME. Proof before the address. 

372. G. WASHINGTON. Head to the right. Oval, with ruled back- 
ground. Line. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

(Godey's Ladys Book.) Baker No. 186. 

373. Full bust, head to right. Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Stuart Pinx* C. Burt sc. Baker No. 187. India Proof. 

374. THE SAME. India Proof. 

Autograph presentation copy to Chas. H. Hart, Esq., from the Engraver. 

375. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. " Engraved ex- 
pressly for this work." Printed by J. C. Buttre N. Y. Baker No. 188. 

376. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Mixed. 

Height 6 7-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

G. Stuart. J. C. Buttre. Baker No. 189. India Proof. 

377. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. (Tea Pot Portrait.) Vig- 
nette. Mixed. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

G. Stuart, J. C. Buttre. Baker No. 190. 



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378. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. In the angles 
representations of scenes at Trenton, Princeton, Valley Forge, and 
Yorktown; on the same sheet with the Portrait of Martha Washington: 
full bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. In the angles repre- 
sentations of scenes at Mount Vernon &c. Mixed. 

Each, height 13 8-16 inches; width 10 2-16 inches. 

Engraved and Published by J. C. Buttre 48 Franklin St. New York. 
Border designed by W. Momberger. Painted by G. Stuart. Entered 
according to Act of Congress AD 1866, by J. C. Buttre, in the Clerk's 
Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. Baker 
No. 191. India Proof. 

379. THE SAME. (Portrait of Washington only.) Variation in Title and 
with the address " Published by the National Chroma Co. Philadelphia, 
Pa." in place of the address of J. C. Buttre. 

380. Bust, head to left. The Upper Portrait on an orna- 
mented sheet entitled "The Presidents of the United States," con- 
taining portraits of Washington, John Adams, Jefferson, Madison, 
Monroe, John Quincy Adams, and Andrew Jackson, in borders re- 
sembling picture-frames suspended on a wall. In the centre a Statue of 
the Goddess of Liberty, in an archway resembling a Frame over the top 
of which is an Eagle with shield and Flags, underneath a Table upon 
which is a Vase, Inkstand, and Pen; to the right and left of table, a 
vase. Line. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Whole plate, height 12 11-16 inches; width 8 4-16 inches. 

Designed by Robert W. Weir. Engraved by J. W. Casilear. From 
original and accurate portraits, Painted & Engraved expressly for the 
New York Mirror. Entered according to Act of Congress in year 1834 
by Geo. P. Morris in the clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern 
District of New York. Baker No. 192. India Proof. 

381. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

J. Chapman sc. Published as the Act directs Mar. i, 1800. Baker 
No. 193. Very rare. 

382. THE SAME. Without Engraver's name and copyright, but with 
"Engraved for the Encyclopaedia Londinensis, 1828." 

383. THE SAME. Printed in colors. Rare in this state. 



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384. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length, standing. The "Lans- 
downe Portrait," fully described in the picture by James Heath. Baker 
No. 250. Line. 

Height 19 12-16 inches; width 13 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stuart, 1797. Engraved by John Chorley, 
Boston. Printed by Isaac Gary. Baker No. 194. Fine Impression. 

Rare. 

This Print differs slightly from the one described by Baker, which was "Printed by Pendleton 
Boston." 

385. G. WASHINGTON, who departed this Life, Dec' 14, 1799, Aged 
68. Bust, head to left. Circle, in a rectangle engraved to represent 
stonework. The title beneath the circle. Stipple. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width a 4-16 inches. 

T. Clarke sc. Sold by W. Spotswood. Baker No. 195. Rare. 

386. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. (Lansdowne.) 

Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Stuart pin. DalP Acqua ine: Baker No. 197. 

387. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length, head to left. The " Lans- 
downe Portrait." Fully described in the print by Heath, Baker No. 
250. Line. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Davenport, sculp. London Published by Thomas Tegg & Son 
Cheapside I s ? Dec'. 1835. Baker No. 198. 

388. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. (Lansdowne.) Vignette. Etched. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Vernier, del. Lemaitre, dir. Delaistre, sc. Baker No. 199. 

389. THE SAME. India Paper Proof. Rare in this state. 

390. Bust in uniform, head to right. Vignette. Line. 

Height i 11-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

S. Dodd Sc. Newark. Baker No. 200. Extremely rare. 

The only copy I ever saw, and only one impression came under the notice of Baker. 

391. WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length, sitting, head to left, a dress 
sword on the left forearm. To the left a table upon which is an ink- 
stand, pen, and upright book; the back of an armchair partly visible 



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to the right, and the background formed by a recess with pillar. Oval, 
with border in a rectangle. Ornamented corners. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 9-16 inches; 9 13-16 inches. 

Painted by Stuart. Engraved by Doney. Published by Rice & 
Allen, Corner of Bur dick & Water S( s Kalamazoo, Mich. Entered 
according to Act of Congress in the year 1863 by Thomas Doney in 
the clerks office of the District Court of Illinois. Baker No. 201. 

392. Bust, head to right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Baker No. 202. 

This plate was never lettered. 

392^. WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length, head to left, the right hand 
on an upright book upon a table. The left upon the hilt of a dress 
sword held perpendicular. The back of an armchair partly visible 
to the right and the background formed by a recess, with pillars on 
each side. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width 10 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by T. Doney. Entered according to Act of Congress A. D. 
1865, by Wm. Pate, in the clerks office of the District Court for the Southern 
District of New York. Baker No. 203. 

393. GEORGE WASHINGTON. THE SAVIOUR OF His COUNTRY. Bust, 
head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

A. Doolittle Sc. Published by Skelton &* Kensett. Baker No. 204. 

Extremely rare. 

A different state from the one described by Baker, which was from " The Connecticut Magazine 
or Gentleman's and Lady's Monthly Museum," published at Bridgeport, commencing January, 1801, 
and ending with the June number. This Print, which somebody has attempted to color, is the only 
copy that has come under my observation, and may rank as one of the rarest of Doolittle's efforts. 

394. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. (Lansdowne.) 

Line. 

Height s inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Stuart, pinxt Dupreel, Sc. Baker No. 205. 

395. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height 4 9-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by A. B. Durand. From the 
original picture in the possession of the Athenaeum, Boston. Printed 
by R. Neale. India Proof. Baker No. 206. 

Fine impression with full margin. Rare in this state. 



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396. THE SAME. India Proof without the printer's address. 

397. " " Without the Printer's address. Plain impression. 

398. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval with Arabesque 
border; beneath, the representation of a battle, "Trenton." Stipple. 

Height 8 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Stuart. Edwards. London: George Virtue. Baker No. 207. 

399. THE SAME. Without the Publisher's address. 

400. " " With different border. Proof on India Paper, before the 

Title or address. 

401. THE SAME. Proof before all letters and before the border. 

Very rare in this state. 

402. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? Full bust, head to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height $ 11-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Engraved from an Original Picture by D. Edwin. T. B. Freeman 
Execudit. Philadelphia Published by T. B. Freeman May i s f 1798. 
Baker No. 208. Extremely rare. 

The impressions of this plate usually seen are those taken after it was entirely worked over, the 
address and " T. B.., Freeman Execudit " having been erased. They are comparatively recent, 
lose much of the character of the original, and have a different inscription in three lines, and the 
address of " I. Scoles, New York." Baker. 

403. THE SAME. Comparatively recent impression, without the "T. B. 
Freeman, Execudit" and with the inscription "Born Feb ry 22, 1732, 
took the command of the American Army 1775, elected President of the 
United States April 3o th 1789, resigned 1796. Died DecF 14 th 1799. 
Published by /. Scoles, New York." India Proof. 

404. THE SAME. Without the address of "I. Scoles." 

405. " " " " " " " " Printed in Brown. 

406. - Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

D. Edwin, Fecit. Philadelphia. Published Jan? i s f 1800 by A: 
Dickens. Baker No. 209. Second State. 

407. THE SAME. Without Publisher's address. Third State. 



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408. THE SAME. Without Publisher's address, from "The Washing- 
toniana," Lancaster, 1802. 

409. THE SAME. Without Publisher's address, but with the inscription 
over the oval, "First in War, First in Peace and First in the hearts 
of his countrymen." Cut close.. Rare. 

410. THE SAME. With the inscription "The Immortal Washington Let 
us emulate his virtues whose loss we deplore." Extremely rare in this 
state. 

411. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

D. Edwin sc. Baker No. 210. 

412. THE SAME. In Brown. 

413. " but from a re-engraved plate. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

414. THE SAME. "Edwin Sculp.," but from a re-engraved plate slightly 
different from either of the above two prints. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Baker says: " Edwin Engraved several of these plates (for Marshall's Life of Washington) to supply 
the demand for the work. The variations are scarcely noticeable." 

415. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Ornamental border. 

Stipple. 

Height 8 6-16 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

Philad a . Published by M. A. Milliette, 320 Chestnut St. Baker No. 
211. 



416. THE SAME. With different address, "Philada Published by Joseph 
Parker." 



417. GEORGE WASHINGTON GENERAL AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF 
OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY ARMY AND FIRST PRESIDENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES. Full bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Edwin sc. Baker No. 212. 

From an Essay on the Life of George Washington by Aaron Bancroft, Worcester, 1807. 



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4i8. WASHINGTON A NATIONS JOY. Full bust, head to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

Edwin sc. Baker No. 213. Beautiful impression. Rare. 

From The Life of General George Washington, by John Kingston. Baltimore, 1813. 

4I p - Bust, head to left. Oval, above it a star and the words 
"Centenary Anniversary," beneath "Feb. 22, 1832" and "We Per- 
petuate the Fine Arts." 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

"Printed during the Procession by the Association of Copper-plate 
Printers." Baker No. 214. Very rare. 

Baker says: "This appears to be the preceding plate reduced." In this he is wrong, as they differ 
very materially in several ways, the most noticeable being the lower part of the lacework on the shirt 
front. "The Procession referred to, took place in Philadelphia, to commemorate the Centennial 
Anniversary of Washington's Birthday." 

420. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. 

" Take him for all in all, 
We ne'er shall look upon his like again." 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Edwin sc. Baker No. 215. Rare. 

From A Collection of American Epitaphs by Rev. Timothy Alden, New York, 1814. 



421. HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON LIEUT GEN^- OF 
THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Three-quarter 
length in uniform, sitting, the order of the Cincinnati on the left breast ; 
a sword lies in the right forearm, and a chart in the hand, the left hand 
resting upon that portion of it which is upon a table. A curtain drawn 
up at the right, reveals an encampment in the distance. In the lower 
margin, an eagle displayed, with shield and motto, " E Pluribus Unum." 

Stipple. 

Height ii 3-16 inches; width 8 10-16 inches. 

F. Bartoli Pinx* D. Edwin Sc. "Respectfully Dedicated to the 
Lovers of their Country and Firm Supporters of its Constitution." 
Published by D. Kennedy 228 Market S*. Philad a . Baker No. 216. 

Magnificent Brilliant Impression with fine wide margin, and a very rare state, from the fact of it 
having the Publisher's address, which is found on but few copies, and which was not on the copy 
from which Baker got his description. 

422. WASHINGTON SACRED TO MEMORY. Three-quarter length 
in uniform, seated. The same as the preceding plate, with the addition 
of a border 11-16 inch in width, the title in a tablet in the upper part. 
Beneath the portrait and let into the border a funeral urn, supported 
by two female figures, and surrounded by war emblems. Upon the 



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top of the urn a sword and field-glass crossed, and on a medallion, in 
three lines, "O. B. Dec. 14, 1799, JEt 68." Stipple. 

Height ii 3-16 inches; width 8 10-16 inches. 

F. 'Bartoli pinx! D. Edwin Sc. Revised by T. J. Barralet. Pub- 
lished by D. Kennedy 228 Market S l . Philad a . Baker No. 217. 

Very rare. 

The only perceptible difference between this and the preceding print is the cuff on the right arm, 
which is not so wide, and in the sword, which reveals a portion of the blade between the hilt and the 
cuff. Beautiful brilliant impression, with wide margin. 

423. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion, the upper 
one of a group of four in an ornamented Vignette. The others contain 
the portraits of Adams, Jefferson, and Madison. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

D. Edwin. G. Murray. (Title, Washington, Adams, Jefferson, 
Madison.) Baker No. 218. Fine impression. 

424. THE SAME. With the addition of Portraits of Monroe and J. Q. 

Adams. Fine impression, wide margin. 

425. GENERAL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Line. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width a inches. 

Painted by Stuart. Engraved by William Ensom. London Pub d . 
for the Proprietor, September 1822. Baker No. 219. 

From Walmsley's Physiognomical Portraits, 1824. 

426. THE SAME. India Paper Proof. Rare in this state. 

427. " " Proof before all letters, on India paper, with deckle 

edges. Very rare in this state. 

428. Bust, head to left. Oval, with border, surrounded by 

diverging rays. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

G. Stuart pinx* G. Fairman sculp. 1 Baker No. 220. 

Choice Proof on full sheet of India Paper. Very rare in this state. 

429. THE SAME. Choice Proof on India Paper. 

430. " " Beautiful Brilliant Impression. 



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431. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 13-16 inches. 

Drawn by B. Trott from Stuart's picture. Engraved and published 
by G. F airman. Baker No. 221. Rare. 

First state. Brilliant impression on large paper. 

432. THE SAME. "Fairman & Childs Sc*" 

One of the later impressions. 

433. THE SAME. "Fairman & Childs Sd" Pub. by S. C. Atkinson 
Philadelphia. 

434. THE SAME. Unfinished Proof, on India Paper. 

435. THE SAME. With different Title and without Publisher's address, 
and variety in address of engraver, "Fairman"; evidently a much later 
impression. 

436. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. (Lansdowne.) 

Line. 

Height 7 7-16 nches; width 6 1-16 inches. 

Engraved by Fenner, Sears & C? from a Painting by Stuart. London 
Published May 2, 1831, by R Ackermann, 96 Strand, for the Proprietors 
of Hinton's History of America, 2 Vols. 4** Plates. Baker No. 222. 
Open Letter Proof, large Paper. 

437. THE SAME. Choice India Proof. Large Paper. 

438. THE SAME. Proof before letters on India paper and with the en- 
graver's address immediately under the Portrait. Large Paper. 

439. THE SAME. Variety in address of Publisher, " Rest, Fenner, Sears & 
C? 53, Paternoster Row & Thomas Wardle, Philadelphia & Isaac 
Taylor Hinton." 

440. THE SAME. Reduced to a full bust and put into an oval, with 
ornamental border, and variety in Title and address. " George Wash- 
ington From the original Painting by Stuart. J. & F. Tallis. London 
Edinburgh & Dublin." 

441. THE SAME. Title as preceding Print, but with different address. 
"The London Printing and Publishing Company." 



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442. GEORGIUS WASHINGTON. Bust to right, head to left. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 inches. 

G. Longhi dis. G. G. Felsing inc. Verlag und Eigenthum von 
Louis Rocca in Leipzig. Baker No. 223. Choice open letter proof, 
large Paper. 

443. THE SAME. Brilliant Proof before Letters. Large Paper. 

444. - Bust to left. Vignette. Etched. 

Height 9 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 

(S. J. Ferris.) Baker No. 224. Artist's Proof on India Paper, 
Signed. 

445. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? Half length, head to left, back- 
ground formed by a curtain drawn up to the left, revealing a pillar. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 inches; width 10 inches. 

Painted by C. G. Stuart. Engraved by James Fisher. Baker No. 
22$. Extremely rare. 

Authority and address of publisher cut off, and cut close to plate on other edges. A brilliant im- 
pression, however, and the only copy I ever saw uncolored. 

446. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Stuart Pinx* Fittler Sculpt Engraved by James Fittler A. R. A. 
from the original Picture painted by G. Stuart in the possession of the 
Most Noble the Marquis of Lansdown. London, Published as the 
Act directs May 15, 1804, by Richard Phillips, N. 71 S*. Paul's Church 
Yard. Baker No. 226. Large paper. 

From the Life of Geo. Washington by John Marshall, London, 1804. 

447. THE SAME. Different state, without the name of the Artists, and 
address of the Publisher. Large Paper. 

448. G. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by S. Freeman from a painting by Stuart. A. Fullarton & 
C. London &" Edinburgh. Baker No. 227. Rare, especially so with 
the address of the publisher. 



449. HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON LIEUT 

OF THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Three-quarter 



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length in uniform, seated. In the lower margin, an Eagle displayed 
with shield and motto " E Pluribus Unum. " (More fully described 
in the Print by Edwin, Lot No. 421.) Stipple. 

Height ii 3-16 inches; width 8 12-16 inches. 

F. Bartoli Pinx J. Galland sculp. "Dedicated to Commodore 
John Barry and the Officers of the Navy and Army of North America, 
by Ferrai & Dupin Baltimore. Baker No. 228. 

Similar to the Print by Edwin, Lot 421. A fine Brilliant impression, with full margin, and ex- 
ceedingly scarce with the name "Ferrai & Dupin Baltimore." 

450. THE SAME. From the same plate after it had been slightly cut 
down at top, and which is evidently the plate from which Baker took 
his description, and without the name " Ferrai & Dupin." 

Height 10 10-16 inches; width 8 10-16 inches. 

The difference in the height from the print described by Baker is caused by this print being slightly 
cut off at top. 

451. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Geoffrey, d'apres le tableau de Stuart. Baker No. 229. Large 
paper. 

452. Full bust in uniform, head to right. The upper one 

of a group Portraits in ovals, on an oblong quarto sheet, of Washington, 
Adams, Jefferson, & Madison; with a draped background. Over the 
Washington is a Star containing thirteen lesser ones, and above it the 
words "American Star." Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Whole Plate, Height 8 9-16 inches; width 10 7-16 inches. 

N. York Design'd, Engrav'd & Publish'd by Tho? Gimbrede 
Jan? 30* 1812. Printed by And Maverick. Copy Right secured. 
Baker No. 231. Deckel edges. Scarce. 

A beautiful brilliant impression. 

453. THE SAME. Variation in the address of the Engraver, it being 
divided "N. York Design'd, Engrav'd - by Tho? Gim- 
brede Jan? 30^ 1812." Stained. 

454. THE SAME. The Washington Portrait only, cut circular. 

455. GENf GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Stuart p* Gimbrede sc. " Engraved for the Biography of American 
Heroes." Published by John Low New York Baker No. 232. Scarce. 



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456. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Mezzotinto. 

Height 9 4-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Portrait of Washington painted from Life by Stuart. Engraved by 
Ed. Girardet, Imprime & Public par Goupil & C Paris London 
New-York. Baker No. 233. Full margin. 

457. WASHINGTON. A NATION'S JOY. Bust, head to left; on the left 
breast the order of the Cincinnati. Oval. Stipple. 

Height a 13-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

C. Gobrecht sc. Baker No. 234, with the title page. Rare. 

From " The New American Biographic Dictionary by J. Kingston Baltimore 1810." 

458. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

Drawn by B. Trott, Engraved by C. Gobrecht. Baker No. 235. 
Brilliant Impression. 

From Rees' Cyclopzdia, Philadelphia, 1821. 

459. THE SAME. Brilliant Proof before the Title, with deckle edges. 

460. THE SAME. Colored by hand, with the address "W m Smith 706 
South 3 d St Philad*" 

461. GENERAL WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Born February 22 n . d 1732, Died December 14* 1799. Full length, 
standing. The "Lansdowne Portrait." Fully described in the print 
by James Heath, Baker No. 250. Stipple. 

Height 19 14-16 inches; width 13 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart 1797, Engraved by C. Goodman and R. Piggot. 
Published by W. H. Morgan, N 114 Chestnut Street Philad* Baker 
No. 236. 

462. Full bust, head to left (Lansdowne). Mixed. 

Height 6 7-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

From the full length Portrait painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1796, in the 
possession of M 1 ? Pierrepont of Brooklyn Heights. Baker No. 237. 

463. - Head to left. Vignette, with background ruled to a 
rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

G. Stuart. H. B. Hall. From the Picture in the Boston Athenaeum, 
taken from life in 1795. Engraved for Irving's Life of Washington. 
G. P. Putnam 6* C. N. York. Baker No. 238. India Proof, Large 
Paper. 



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464. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

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465. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Eng"? by H. B. Hall from the original Painting by Stuart. Baker 
No. 239. 

466. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Eng<? by H. B. Hall, after a Picture by Stuart. Baker No. 240. 

467. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Etched. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Etch d by H. B. Hall from a Picture by Stuart. Published by H. B. 
Hall &= Sons, 13 Barclay St. N. Y. Baker No. 241. 

468. THE SAME. Variation in inscription, " From the painting by Gilbert 
Stuart. Eng<? by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York." On Japan paper. 

469. THE SAME. With the facsimile signature only, on Japan paper. 

470. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval, with scroll 
frame in which are thirteen stars, surmounted by an eagle and sur- 
rounded by Laurel, at the bottom the U. S. shield and flags. Stipple. 

Height 10 5-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Drawn & Engraved by H B Hall from the original Head by Stuart 
in the Athenaeum, Boston. Published by W. Pate 16 Burling Slip, 
N. Y. Baker No. 242. 

Proof before all letters, with full margin. 

471. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval, with border in a 
rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 12 5-16 inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by H. B. Hall and G. E. Perine. Painted by Gilbert 
Stuart. Published by Geo. E. Perine, 10 Courtlandt St. New York. 
Baker No. 243. India Proof. 

472. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 inches. 

From the Original Picture in the Boston Athenaeum taken from life 
in 1795. Baker No. 244. 



473- WASHINGTON. Head to left. Vignette with background ruled to a 
rectangle. Etched. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Etched by Alice Hall, aged 18, 1886. Baker No. 245. India Proof. 

Rare. 

474. WASHINGTON. Full length, standing. The "Tea-Pot Portrait." 
Fully described on the print by J. H. Hill, Baker No. 252. Mezzotinto. 

Height 94 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinx*, Eng. by J. Halpin. From the Original Picture in 
the State House at Hartford, Connecticut. Presented to the Subscribers 
of the Columbian Magazine, 1848. New York Published by E. L. 
Garvin & Co. 6. Ann St. Printed by Burton. Baker No. 246. 

475. THE SAME. Variation in the Authority, "Painted by G. Stuart and 
Engraved by Jordan & Halpin," and without the presentation address; 
and evidently an earlier impression than the one described by Baker. 

476. Bust in uniform, head to left, the order of the Cincinnati 

on the right breast. Circle, surrounded by a wreath containing the 
names of twenty-three States, with diverging rays; a Pen and a Sword 
crossed at the top. Stipple. 

Diameter 13-16 inch. 1 

G. Stewart Pinx. "Respectfully Dedicated to the Cincinnati Soci- 
ety." Design'd Engrav'd, Printed and Published by C. P. Harrison, 
Feb'y 22"? Printed in Red. Baker No. 248. 

477. IORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width x 8-16 inches. 

Painted by Stewart. Engraved by Hatch. Baker No. 249. 

Extremely rare. 

Only one impression had come under the notice of Mr. Baker. 

478. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length standing, head to left. 
The right arm is extended as if speaking, and a dress sword in the left 
hand, is held by his side. To the left, a table partly covered with a 
cloth, upon which is an inkstand and books; beneath the table are also 
some books; to the right, a little in the rear, an arm-chair, and in the 
background two rows of pillars, between which is a curtain partly 
drawn up. Line. 

Height 19 13-16 inches; width 13 inches. 

Painted by Gabriel Stuart, 1797. Engraved by James Heath, His- 
torical Engraver to his Majesty, and to his Royal Highness the Prince 
of Wales, from the original Picture in the collection of the Marquis of 



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Lansdown. Published Feb? i, 1800, by Jaf Heath, N. 42, Newman 
Street, Mess r . s Boydells, Cheapside, & J. P. Thompson, Great New- 
port Street, London. Copy Rights Secured in the United States, according 
to Law. Baker No. 250. 

479. THE SAME. Retouched Plate, without the Publisher's Address or 
Copyright. 

480. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left (Lansdowne). 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engrav'd by J. Heath from the Original Picture by Stewart. Pub- 
lish'd Oct r . 1 6, 1807, by Cadell & Davies, Strand, London. Baker 
No. 251. 

From Ramsay's Life of Washington, London, 1807. 

481. WASHINGTON. Full length, standing, the right hand resting by the 
fingers upon a table to the left. In the left hand a dress sword held 
at the side. The coat is drawn together by a single upper button; in the 
rear, to the right, an arm-chair. Line. 

Height ao 4-16 inches; width 14 1-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by J. H. Hill. Baker No. 252. 

Rare. 

Known as the "Tea-Pot Portrait," from the position of the arms. The figure is fuller and turned 
more to the left than in the " Lansdowne," and is much better drawn. Baker. 

482. Full length. The "Lansdowne" Portrait. In the 

centre of a sheet, surrounded with scroll-work and Six Circular Medallion 
Portraits of Jno. Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J. Q. Adams, 
and Jackson. Line. 

Height a 7-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

J. Hill Sc. Baker No. 253. 

483. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head to left. 

Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Stewart. Hinchliff. Baker No. 254. 

484. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Holl sculp. Baker No. 255. 

On a sheet with a printed Biographical Sketch. 

485. THE SAME. Proof on India Paper. 



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486. GEORGE WASHINGTON FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Full bust, head to left (Lansdowne). Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinxt. W. Holl Sculp. Published by Edw^ Baines, Leeds, 
Nov. 1,1821. Baker No. 256. Rare. 

487. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. In a frame draped 
and resting upon a base, with Army and Navy emblems at the sides. 
At the top, a bust of Minerva (helmeted) between the figures of a 
soldier and sailor. Stipple. 

Height 6 12-16 inches', width 4 4-16 inches. 

(Painted by C. G. Stuart, Engraved by W. Holl. London Published 
by Thomas Kelly 17 Paternoster Row April 1830.) Baker No. 257. 
India Proof, before the Publisher's address and Names of Artists. 

488. THE SAME. With the names of Artists, Publisher's address and 
date, but without the border. India Proof, deckle edges. 

Very rare in this state. 

489. THE SAME. Without the Artists' names, but with the address of 
Publisher without date. 

490. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Line. 

Height 9 2-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by T. Holloway from a Picture painted by M' Stuart 
in 1795 in the possession of Samuel Vaughn, Esq' Published as the 
act directs by T. Hollo-way and the other Proprietors Nov r . 2, 1796. 
Baker No. 258. Magnificent Brilliant Impression. 

The earliest engraving of Stuart's first portrait of Washington, known from its ownership as the 
"Vaughaa Portrait." 

491. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 inches. 

Engraved by W. Humphreys. From a Picture by Gilbert Stuart in 
the possession of T. B. Barclay, Esq^ of Liverpool. Under the Super- 
intendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, London. 
Published by Charles Knight, Ludgate Street. Baker No. 259. India 
Proof, Large Paper. 

492. THE SAME. Choice Proof before letters on India Paper. 

Very rare in this slate. 

Only 100 copies Published. 

493. THE SAME. Plain impression. 



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494- THE SAME. Without the address of publisher and the inscription in 
reference to the work it was engraved for. 

495. THE SAME. With the address of a different Publisher. " Published 
by W S. Orr & C? London." 

496. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height a 6-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Drawn by Hoppner Meyer from the Painting by G. Stuart. Engraved 
by T. Illman. Entered according to act of Congress in the District 
Court, N. Y. Baker No. 260. 

497. THE SAME. Second state, without the address. 

/ 

498. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left; in the lower margin, a 

figure of Liberty seated, with Eagle and Shield. Line. 

Height 8 14-16 inches; width 7 6-16 inches. 

Painted by Stewart, Engraved by Illman & Pilbrow. Baker No. 
262. 

499. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Tea Pot Portrait." 
Fully described in the print by J. H. Hill Lot No. 481. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 inches. 

Stewart Pinx! Eng d by Illman & Co. Baker No. 263. 

499i- Head to left. Oval with narrow scroll border. Head- 
ing to an imperial folio sheet entitled, "The Declaration of Inde- 
pendence and Portraits of the Presidents." Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Whole engraving, height 18 12-16 inches ; width 14 8-16 inches. 

Engraved 6 Printed by Illman & Sons, 603 Arch St., Philad* Baker 
No. 264. 

500. GEN. WASHINGTON. One of the few who have been great without 
being criminal, was a native of Virginia, born 1731, took command of 
the American Army at Boston 1775, resigned his commission 1783, was 
inaugurated President of the United States 1789; and again 1793, and 
died 1799. Full bust, head to left (Lansdowne). Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Stuart Pinx: S. S. Jocelyn Sculp! Baker No. 265. 

From Goodrich's History of the United States. Boston 1828; with Title page. 



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501. THE SAME. Without the Engraver's name, from the second issue 

(1829) of the same work as preceding print. 

502. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 inches. 

D. C. Johnston Sc. Baker No. 266. 

Bancroft's Life of Washington, Boston, 1826. 

503. THE SAME. On a sheet containing both Titles of the book for which 

it was executed and Engraving of the Surrender of Cornwallis. 

504. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, left hand holding the bridle 
and resting upon the saddle of a horse to the right, fore-shortened. 
In his right hand, by his side, a large chapeau. In the left distance, 
shipping, smoke, &c. Line. 

Height 23 10-16 inches; width 15 14-16 inches. 

From a copy by M. A. Swett taken from the Original Picture by 
Stuart in Faneuil Hall, Boston. "Scene Dorchester Heights, March 
j^th 1776." Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year 
1836 by L. P. Clover in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the 
Southern District of New York. Published by the Franklin Printing 
Company, D. H. Craig, Agent, Boston, Printed by W. V. Coles. Baker 
No. 267. 

505. THE SAME. Without title in reference to the Scene, and Printer's 

address. 

506. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 9-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Stuart. Engraved by T. Kelly. Published by Samuel 
Walker (Harlem Place) Washington Street, Boston. Baker No. 268. 

507. THE SAME. Without the publisher's address. 

508. GENL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height ii 6-16 inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

J. Kennedy, set. Engraved from the original Picture. Painted by 
Gabriel Stewart Esq^ Now in the possession of Paul Beck Esq' " This 
print is respectfully Dedicated to the citizens of the United States by 
T. W. Freeman." Freeman Excudit, Printed and Published by T. W. 
Freeman, Philadelphia i"? Sept. 1813. Baker No. 269. Very rare. 

A poor copy of this very rare print, cut down into the print on all sides, which is the cause 
of it disagreeing with the size of that described by Baker. 



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GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length. The " Tea Pot Portrait." 
Fully described in the print by Hill, Lot No. 481. Arched top, the 
centre of a folio sheet entitled "The Presidents of the United States," 
and surrounded by nine oval medallions, containing portraits of John 
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John 
Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, William Henry 
Harrison, and John Tyler. Line. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

Whole engraving, height 16 14-16 inches ; width 12 12-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Del. Designed by C. H. H. Billings. Engraved by D. 
Kimberley. Published by Charles A. Wake field, No. 56 Cornhill, 
Boston. Entered according to act 0} Congress in the year 1842, by Charles 
A. Wakefield in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the District of 
Massachusetts. Baker No. 270. 

509. THE SAME. The Portrait of Washington only, cut from the centre 
of the folio sheet. 

510. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right (Lansdowne). 

Line. 

Height 3 inches; width t 8-16 inches. 

Eng d by Kirkwood & Son. Baker No. 271. 

511. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval, with a border in a 
rectangle; beneath the oval on a base, a helmet, sword, and baton, 
with oak and laurel branches. Line. 

Height 6 7-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Barralet Direxit. Lawson Sc. Published by R. Campbell and C. 
From a Copy Painted by J. Paul. Baker No. 273. 

From " Continuation of Hume's History" Philad* 1708. 

512. THE SAME. Without the Artist's name, and variation in Publisher, 
"Published by Conrad and Co." 

513. THE SAME. Without the address or artists' names. 

514. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Leney Sd N. Y. Baker No. 274. 

515. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 indies; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Stuart pinx! Leney Sc* Baker No. 275. 



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516. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Leney Sc. N. Y. Engrav'd for the Washington Benevolent Society. 
Baker No. 276. 

516$. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular medal- 
lion, the heading to a sheet 33 x 24 inches, containing " The Declaration 
of Independence, " surrounded by fifteen others, two of which contain 
portraits of Jefferson and Hancock; and the remainder, the coats of 
arms of the thirteen original States. Stipple. 

Diameter 5 inches. 

Originally designed by John Binns. Ornamental part drawn by 
Geo. Bridport. Arms of the United States and the Thirteen States 
drawn from Official Documents by Thos. Sully. Portrait of Gen 1 . 
Washington, Painted in 1795 by Stuart. Portrait of Thomas Jefferson, 
Painted in 1816 by Otis. Portrait of John Hancock, Painted in 1765 by 
Copley. Ornamental part, Arms of the United States and the Thirteen 
States, engraved by Geo. Murray. The writing designed and engraved 
by C. H. Parker. Portrait engraved by J. B. Longacre. Printed by 
James Parker. Entered according to act of Congress the 4th day of 
November 1818, by John Binns of the State of Pennsylvania. Baker 
No. 277. 

Magnificent brilliant impression with full margin. Very rare in this state. 

5i6f. THE SAME. Variation in Publisher's address. "Printed by Henry 
Sartain" "Published by Henry Sartain, Philadelphia Pa" (1876). 

517. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 inches. 

Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a Miniature by M' Trott. Baker 
No. 278. 

518. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Ornamented border. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Stuart. J. B. Longacre. C. S. Williams New Haven C 1 . Baker 
No. 279. 

519. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. B. Longacre from a painting by G. Stuart. Baker 
No. 280. 

From the National Portrait Gallery 1834. 



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520. THE SAME. Variation in the address, which is below the title. 

521. GEORGIUS WASHINGTON. Bust to right, head to left. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 inches. 

G*? Longhi dis. ed inc. per Dalla Libera. Baker No. 281. Open 
letter proof. Full margin. 

Engraved in 1817 from a drawing made by Longhi himself, the Stuart and Trumbull heads, prob- 
ably, being combined. The hair is executed after the manner of Masson in his celebrated print of 
" Guillaume de Brisacier" known as the Gray-headed man. Baker. 

522. THE SAME. Plain impression, full margin. 

523. GEORGES WASHINGTON. PREMIER PRESIDENT DES ETATS-UNIS 
D'AMERIQUE, N LE 22 FEVRIER 1732, DANS LE COMT DE WEST- 
MORLAND, EN VlRGINIE, MORT A MONT VERNON, L 15 NOV B ? E 1799. 
Bust to right, head to left. Circle in a squared plate. Stipple. 

Diameter 5 6-16 inches. 

A Paris, chez 1'Auteur, Rue des Francs Bourgeois, N? 6, F. S* 
G in Deposse". Baker No. 282. Full margin. 

524. THE SAME. Beautifully printed in colors, with full mar gin. 

525. WASHINGTON (GEORGES) N A WASHINGTON LE n FEVRIER 

1732, MORT LE 14 DCEMBRE 1799. Bust to right, head to left. Vig- 
nette. Line. 

Height a 13-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Public par Blaisot. Baker No. 283. 

526. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters, on India paper. Full 
margin. 

527. GEO? WASHINGTON ESQ* LATE PRESIDENT & COMMANDER IN 
CHIEF or THE FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Full bust, 
head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by K. Mackenzie from an Original Picture. London, Pub- 
lished by G. Cawthorn, British Library 132, Strand. Baker No. 284. 

528. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left (Lansdowne). 

Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

Gravi par Macret, rue des Fosses M. le Prince No. 18. Baker 
No. 285. 

529. THE SAME. Colored by hand. 



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530. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval, with border in a 
rectangle. Line. 

Height 13 8-16 inches; width n 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by Wilbur E. Marshall From the original Portrait in the 
Boston Athenaeum. Painted by Gilbert Stuart. Baker No. 286. 
Without the address of Publisher or Copyright. 

531. THE SAME. Choice proof on India paper, before the title, with 
variation in address of publisher, "Published November i$th, 1862, by 
Ticknor and Fields, 135 Washington St. Boston. Copyright secured." 

532. THE SAME. With variation in title "Geo Washington." in open 
letters, and "Published, March i, 1864 by Hurd andHoughton,4oi Broad- 
way, New York. Copyright secured." " J. H. Daniels, Pr. Boston." 

533. THE SAME. Before the address of the publisher. 

534. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. (Lansdowne.) 

Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Nach dem Gemalde im Capitol Mayer sculpsit. Eigenthum r= verlag 
des Bibl. Instituts in Hildburghausen. Baker No. 288. 

535. WASHINGTON. Full bust to left, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Stahlstich von Carl Mayer. Stuttgart J. Scheible's Buchhandlung. 
Druck v. Carl Mayer, Nbg. Baker No. 289. Rare. 

536. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

McCarty Sculpsit. Baker No. 290. 

537. THE SAME. Open letter proof on India paper, with the facsimile 
signature. 

538. THE SAME. Open' letter proof, without the signature. 

539- Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

And the Portrait of Martha Washington. Full bust, head to right. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Morse, Sculp. Baker No. 292. 2 pieces. 



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540. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Portrait." Fully 
described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Line. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. H. Nesmith. Published by Hezekial Howe and 
Durrie &> Peck, New Haven Conn. Baker No. 293. 

541. THE SAME. Open letter proof on large paper, before the publisher's 
address. 

542. GEO. WASHINGTON ESQ? LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 8 14-16 inches; width 7 7-16 inches. 

C. G. Stuart pinx 1 . W Nutter sculp 1 . From an original Picture in 
the possession of I. Seb m De Franca Esq^ of Devonshire Place to 
whom this Plate is Dedicated by his obliged humble Serv 1 . Rob 1 . Cribb. 
London, Published Jan? 15, 1798, by R. Cribb, Holborn. Baker No. 
294. . Very rare. 

Magnificent brilliant impression, with a fine wide margin; a finer copy could not be found. 

543. THE SAME. Beautifully printed in colors. The lower margin cut 
close to the title. Exceedingly rare. 

Magnificent brilliant impression, with colors as bright as day of publication. See plate. 

544. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

C. G. Stuart pinx 4 . W. Nutter, sculp*. London, published by R. 
Cribb, Jan? 15, 1799. Baker No. 295. Excessively rare. 

Choice brilliant impression, with fine wide margin. 

545. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left (Lansdowne). Line. 

Height 7 7-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

W. L. Ormsby Sc. Boston, Published by S. Walker. Baker No. 296. 

546. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

547- WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Portrait," fully 
described in print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Line. 

Height 20 2-16 inches; width 13 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stuart. Eng'd on Steel by W. L. Ormsby N. Y. 
Published by W. L. Ormsby 116 Fititon Street N. Y. Baker No. 297. 

Choice open letter proof on India paper. Very scarce in this state. 



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548. THE SAME. "Presented to the subscribers of the Family Circle & 
Parlor Annual -who pay Two Dollars for Two Years subscription. J. 
G. Reed Publisher 140 Fulton St. N. Y. " 

549. THE SAME. Early trial proof. Very rare. 

550. GEO. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

(Peabody sc) Baker No. 299. 

From History of the United States, Keene, N. H., 1832. 

551. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Border resembling a picture- 
frame suspended by a ring. Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by M 6 . 1 Pekenino, Philadelphia, 1822. From an original 
Portrait by G. Stewart. Baker No. 300. 

552. THE SAME. Different state. (Light background.) 

553. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Portrait," fully 
described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Line. 

Height 20 inches; width 13 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stuart. Engraved by O. Pelton. Published by 
Gurdon Bill, Springfield, Mass. Baker No. 301. 

553$. THE SAME. Variation in the publisher's address. "Published by 
E. R. Pelton, Office of Eclectic Magazine No. 5 Beekman St. N. Y." 

554. THE SAME. Different state of the plate. " Painted by Gilbert Stuart 

1797. Given with the American Publisher." 

555. WASHINGTON. Full bust to left, head to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by Geo. E. Perine, N. York. Baker No. 303. 

556. THE SAME. India paper proof. Large paper. 

557. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Inclosed by a square border of 
lathe-work, with a star in each corner. In the upper margin an eagle 
displayed, with the U. S. shield and motto "E Pluribus Unum." In 
the lower margin a flag (upon which is the title) rolled about a staff. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Perkins & Heath. Patent Hardened Steel. Baker No. 304. 
6 Very rare. 



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558. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. (Lansdowne.) 
Oval. Stipple. In colors. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

L. Portman Sc. Baker No. 307. Very rare. 

559. G. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Portrait." 
Fully described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Mezzotinto. 

Height 19 14-16 inches; width 13 4-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by J. R. Rice. Published by Pohlig 
& Rice, Philadelphia. Printed by Illman Bros. 617 Arch St. Philad? 
Baker No. 309. 

560. THE SAME. India paper proof, before the address of the publisher. 

561. G. WASHINGTON. Full length. The " Lansdowne Portrait." 

Mezzotinto. 

Height ii 3-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by E. A. Rice. Smith fir 5 Holden Publishers, 82 West 
Baltimore St. Baltimore, Md. Baker No. 310. 

562. THE SAME. India proof before all letters. 

563. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. Ridley, from an Original Picture in the Possession 
of Sam 1 . Vaughan, Esq? "European Magazine." Published by J. 
Sewell, 32 Cornhill, April i s . 1 1800. Baker No. 311. 

564. THE SAME. Choice India paper proof. Very rare in this state. 

565. G. WASHINGTON. Full length standing, head to left, right hand on 
an upright book upon a table to the left. The left hand upon the hilt 
of a dress sword, the point on the ground. The background formed by 
an alcove and pillars, and in the rear, to the right, an armchair. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 26 6-16 inches; width 19 10-16 inches. 

P. F. Rothermel, pinxt A. H. Ritchie Sc. Published by R. A. 
Bachia & Co. 23 Chambers St. N. Y. Entered according to Act of 
Congress in the year 1852 by R. A. Bachia & C. in the Clerk's Office 
of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. Baker 
No. 312. 

566. THE SAME. , Variation in the name of publisher, " Boston L. A. 
Elliot & Co." 



567. THE SAME. Beautifully colored by hand. Cut close to plate. 

568. G. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Tea Pot Portrait," fully 
described in the print by J. H. Hills, No. 481. Mezzotinto. 

Height n 8-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stewart. Engraved by A. H. Ritchie. (Private 
Plate.) Baker No. 313. Proof before letters on India paper. 

Presentation copy to Mr. Sheepshanks by Mr. Lenox. 

569. THE SAME. Proof before letters on India paper, with the Washington 
arms. 

570. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Jno Roberts) Baker No. 314. Very rare. 

This plate was left unfinished, but not destroyed, as stated by Dunlap in his sketch of the Engraver 
of it, John Roberts. Baker. 

571. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Nearly full length. (Lansdowne.) 

Mixed. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

J. Rogers Sc. 381 B. W. New York, D. Appleton &> Co. Baker 
No. 316. 

572. THE SAME. Different state, without the publisher's address. 

573. GEORGE WASHINGTON PRESIDENT DER VEREINIGTEN STAATEN 
VON AMERICA. Bust, head to left. (Lansdowne.) Oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Rosmaster sculp: Baker No. 317. 

574. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Russell, sculp. London, Published (for the Proprietors} by John 
Saunders, 25 Newgate Street 1835. Baker No. 318. Rare. 

575. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Por- 
trait," fully described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 20 4-16 inches; width 16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by H. S. Sadd, N. Y. Published 
at the Albion Office, New York 1844. Baker No. 319. 



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576. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform. (Washington at Dorches- 

ter Heights.) Fully described in the print by T. Kelly, Lot No. 504. 

Mezzotint o. 

Height jo 14-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

G. Stuart P. On steel by H. S. Sadd. From the celebrated picture 
in Faneuil Hall, Boston. Printed by Burton. Baker No. 320. 

577. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 12-16 indies; width 4 inches. 

Engraved by J. Sartain. Baker No. 322. 

578. G. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Tea Pot Portrait." Fully 
described in the print by J. H. Hills, Lot No. 481. Mezzotinto. 

Height it 4-16 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by John Sartain. The Original Picture by Gilbert Stuart. 
(Private Plate.) Baker No. 323. Rare. 

579. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Tea Pot Portrait." Mezzotinto. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by J. Sartain. Baker No. 324. 



580. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle: 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 10 8-16 inches; width 8 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Stuart. Engraved by John Sartain. Bradley & Co. 
Publishers, 66 Nth. $th St. Philadelphia. Entered according to the Act 
of Congress in the year 1865, by Bradley & Co. in the Clerk's Office 
o) the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Baker 
No. 325. 

Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 

581. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a 
rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height ii 2-16 inches; width 9 6-16 inches. 

Engraved and Published by William Sartain 728 Sansom S( Philad a . 
Baker No. 326. Open letter proof on India paper. 



582. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

583. THE SAME. Before the rectangle was finished. 



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584. GENf GEORGE WASHINGTON DEPARTED THIS LIFE DEC? 14 
1799, AGED 68. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. The title 
&c in a tablet with arched top, beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Scoles sc. Published by I. Low N York. Baker No. 327. Rare. 

585. GENf WASHINGTON. Born Fefr 22, 1732. Died Dec? 14, 1799. 
Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

Published by M. Carey. Baker No. 328. Very rare. 

Engraved by Scoles. From Weems' Life of Washington. Philadelphia, 1808. 

586. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 11-16 inches; width 2 3-16 indies. 

Scoles sculp. Baker No. 329. Rare. 

From Corry's Life of Washington; New York, 1809. 

587. GEN L GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

(J. R. Smith Boston) Baker No. 331. Reprint. 

588. G. WASHINGTON. Head to left. Oval, in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by H. W. Smith from the original by Stuart in possession 
of the Boston Athenaeum. Entered according to Act of Congress in the 
year 1860 by S. Walker Jr., in the clerks office of the Dis( Court of Mass. 
Walker &= Virtue Boston. Baker No. 332. 

589. THE SAME. Choice proof before letters on India paper. 

590. G. WASHINGTON. Head to left. Vignette, with background ruled 
to a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 7 11-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinx* H. W. Smith, N. Y. Entered according to Act of 
Congress in the year 1875, by S. Walker 6 Co. in the Office of the Libra- 
rian of Congress at Washington. Baker No. 333. 

591. G. WASHINGTON. Head to left. Vignette, with background ruled 
to a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 9 13-16 inches. 

Engraved by H. Wright Smith after the Portrait by Stuart. Copyright, 
W. S. Baker. Published by Lindsay 6^ Baker, Philadelphia, 1879. 
Baker No. 334. India proof. 



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592. THE SAME. No. 8 of 60 proofs before all letters on India paper. 
Signed by the publishers. 

593. THE SAME. Different state, with the facsimile of Washington's sig- 
nature. 

594. GEORGE WASHINGTON L.L.D. [1790] Bust, head to left. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 inches. 

G. Stuart. R. Soper. Published by J. C. Bultre, N. Y. Baker 
No. 335. India proof. 

595. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. (Lans- 
downe.) Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by G. Stodart. Baker No. 336. Rare. 

596. Bust, head to left, on a pedestal partly hidden by an 

open scroll inscribed "Constitution of the United States." An U. S. 
shield in front of pedestal. Aquatint. 

Height 9 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

Baker No. 337. Very rare. 

Engraved by Wm. Strickland. Fine and brilliant impression. 

597. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. The 
title in a tablet beneath the oval. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Tanner Sc. Engraved for the Rev d M. L. Weems. 

598. GJ- WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Baker No. 339. 

Engraved by Benj. Tanner. 

599. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

B. Tanner Sc. Baker No. 340. Very rare. 

Cut to oval and inlaid. 

600. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Eng d by J. Thomson. Baker No. 342. 



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601. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

602. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 8 13-16 inches; width 6 13-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stewart. Engraved by C. Tiebout. Published by C. 
Tiebout N. 28 Gold Street New York January &* 1800. Baker No. 
343. Very rare. 

Magnificent Brilliant Impression, with full margin; Cornelius Tiebout was the first American 
Engraver to attain any excellence in his art. This print is a good example of his abilities. Baker. 

603. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

G. Stewart Del. C Tiebout Sculp. Baker No. 344. Very rare. 

From Rev. Uzal Ogden's Discourse on the Death of Genl. Washington. Newark 1800. Fine 
brilliant impression with full margin. 

604. GEN. GEO. WASHINGTON. FIRST PRESIDENT or THE UNITED 
STATES. Bust, head to left. Oval, surrounded by a wreath with 
diverging rays. Stipple. 

Height 8- 1 6 inch; width 6-16 inch. 

R. Tiller Sc. Baker No. 345. Very rare. 

The copy has no title. 

605. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. (Lansdowne.) 

Line. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by S. Topham. Leeds, Published 
by Dames & Booth. Baker No. 346. 

606. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 16 3-16 inches; width 13 5-16 inches. 

Engraved by Samuel Walmsley after the original painting taken from 
life by Gilbert Stuart. Baker No. 347. 

607. Half length, head to left, a scroll in the right hand, the 

arm resting upon the muzzle of a cannon; a sword in the left hand. 
Vignette. Etched. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

G. Longhi gez. A Weger sc. Lpzg. Verlag von Carl B Lorck in 
Leipzig. Baker No. 349. India proof. 

608. G. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by T. B. Welch from a Portrait by G. Stuart Printed by 
A. E. Lent & Co Baker No. 350. Large paper. 



88 

609. WASHINGTON. Head to left. Vignette, with background ruled to 
a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 22 14-16 inches; width 18 inches. 

(Engraved by Thos. B. Welch (by Permission) From the only 
Original Portrait by Gilbert Stuart in the Athenaeum Boston. Pub- 
lished by Geo. W. Childs, Philadelphia.) Baker No. 351. 

Choice Proof before all letters. The most important work of the engraver, and a very close rendering 
of the original. Baker. 

609$. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Signed by the En- 
graver, Thos. B. Welch. 

610. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Inaugurated President 1789. Vig- 
nette. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

A. Willard. 

Title page to Goodrich's History of the United States. Hartford, 1824. 

611. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion, heading to 
an imperial folio sheet, containing "The Declaration of Independence," 
surrounded by fifteen smaller medallions, two of which contain busts 
of Adams and Jefferson, the others coats of arms of the thirteen original 
States. Line. 

Diameter 3 6-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 25 13-16 inches; width 19 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by Wm. Woodruff. Philad a . Published Feb? 1819, by 
William Woodruff. Printed by C.P.Harrison. Baker N 0.353. Rare. 

612. WASHINGTON. .Bust, head to left. Circular medallion. (The Por- 
trait of Washington cut from a copy of the preceding Print.) Baker 
No. 353. 

Diameter, 3 6-16 inches. 

613. - Bust, head to left. Oval, with border. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Trott Del 4 . Wright Engraver N. Y. Baker No. 356. 

614. WASHINGTON. Full length. The " Lansdowne Portrait." Stipple. 

Height 8 1-16 indies; width 5 13-16 inches. 

Baker No. 359. Excessively rare. 

Only one impression of this print has come under the notice of Mr. Baker. 

615. G. WASHINGTON. Born Feb. n th (O.S) 1732. Died Dec' 14* 

1799. Line. 

Height 8 13-16 inches; width 7 7-16 inches. 

Baker No. 362. Very rare. 

A remarkably fine impression with wide margin of this very rare print. 



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6x6. GEO. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Deare's Edition. Dedicated to the Washington Benevolent Societies 
in New Jersey. Publish' d 6 Sold by Lewis Deare N Brunswick N 
Jersey. Baker No. 363. Rare. 

617. GENL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right, in the 
left distance an encampment distinctly seen. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 6- 1 6 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Baker No. 364. Rare. 

From Weems' Life of Washington. Philadelphia, 1823. 

618. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 10-16 inches. 

Pub. by P. Price J r . Philad : Baker No. 365. 

From Thomas' New American Biographical Dictionary. Philadelphia, 1829. 

619. Bust, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

Baker No. 366. 

Title page of " The Book of the Army of the United States" by Jno. Frost. New York, 1845. 

620. Bust, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height 2 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

Baker No. 368. 

Title page^of A Pictorial History of the Wars of the United States, by John L. Denison, 1860. 

621. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Bust, head to left. In the background an open bookcase, 
with a window to the right. Vignette. . Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Engraved from an original Picture in the possession of the Marquis 
of Lansdown. London, William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill, i. mo. 
28, 1824. Baker No. 370. Rare. 

622. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF NORTH AMERICA. Full bust, head to right. (Lansdowne.) Vig- 
nette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 inches. 

Published by G. Smeeton, S f . Martin's Church Yard. Baker No. 371. 

623. THE SAME. Colored. 



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624. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Border with lions' 
heads in each corner. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Published March 13, 1824 by George Smeeton, 3 Old Bailey. Baker 
No. 372. 

625. THE SAME. Before the address of the publisher. 

626. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

London, Published by Rich d . Evans, 17 Paternoster Row. Baker No. 
373- 

627. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. The background ruled per- 
pendicular, and the corners rounded. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 inches. 

Caspar Y Roig Editores, Madrid. Baker No. 374. India proof. 

Extremely rare. 

The only copy that has come under my observation. 

628. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? LATE PRESIDENT or THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. Full length, standing, right hand upon a scroll 
upon a table to the left, inscribed " Declaration of Independence." To 
the right, an armchair, and in the background a curtain, drawn up at 
the left, shows some pillars and the open sky. Mezzotinto, colored. 

Height 18 8-16 inches; width 13 12-16 inches. 

Engraved from an Original Drawing by Savage. Published by I. 
Le Petit, Latimer House, Hammersmith near London. Baker No. 375. 

Excessively rare. 

Only one impression had come under the notice of Baker, and that without the publisher's address, 
which had probably been cut off, as well as portions of the margin; which would account for this copy 
not quite agreeing in size. It has the Stuart head, and the general characteristics of the figure and 
accessories resemble the " Tea Pot Portrait." This is a very fine clear impression and has been 
colored contemporaneously. 

629. G. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. Upper corners 
rounded. Line. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Baker No. 376. 

630. G. WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Portrait." 
Fully described in the print by Heath, Lot No. 478. Stipple. 

Height 19 14-16 inches; width 13 4-16 inches. 

Philad. Pub. by M. Carey N". 118 Market S l . 

This plate was engraved by C. Tiebout, and is one of the first impressions, which were evidently 
published without the artist's name, which appears only on the retouched plate. 



631. THE SAME. Retouched plate with the artist's name, "Painted by G. 
Stuart, Engraved by C. Tiebout," and by a different publisher, "Pub- 
lished by Wm. Smith 702 5. yd St. Philad." 

632. THE SAME. Retouched plate, without the artist's name or publisher's 
address. 

633. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

Baker No. 378. Very rare. 



GILBERT STUART UNKNOWN TO BAKER. 

634. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion, heading to 
an imperial folio sheet containing "The Declaration of Independence" 
surrounded by fifteen smaller medallions , two of which contain busts 
of Adams and Jefferson, the others, coats of arms of the thirteen original 
States, the whole surrounded with a black border with white stars. 

Diameter 3 6-16 inches. 

Whole plate, length 26 inches; width 19 4-16 inches. 

Lith. de H. Brunet et C 1 ? a Lyon. On satin. Very rare. 

The work on this plate is so close to the original engraved by Wm. Woodruff, Baker No. 353, and 
exhibits such a beautiful specimen of the lithographic art, that we have not considered it amiss to 
place it with the copper and steel engravings. 

635. THE SAME. On paper, but without the border of stars. The upper 
right hand and lower left hand corners torn off. Very rare. 

636. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Full length, standing. "The Lans- 
downe Portrait," fully described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 
478. Aquatint printed in colors. 

Height 22 14-16 inches; width 16 12-16 inches. 

From the original Picture in Philadelphia. Publish' d July i s f 1801, 
by Atkins & Nightingale, N 100. Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Excessively rare. 

Magnificent brilliant impression printed in colors, with fine wide margin, and valued by Mr. Carson 
as one of the greatest gems of his collection; a more perfect copy could not be obtained. See Plate. 

637. Full length, standing. "The Lansdowne Portrait," 

fully described in print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Mezzotinto. 

Height 26 7-16 inches; width 20 4-16 inches. 

(E. Savage Execu 4 ?) Excessively rare. 

Magnificent brilliant proof before all letters, with fine margin, of the greatest rarity and possibly 
unique in this state. 



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6 3 g. Full length, standing. "The Lansdowne Portrait," 

fully described in print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. .Line. 

Height 20 1-16 inches; width 13 2-16 inches. 

Painted by Gabriel Stuart 1797. Engraved by James Heath His- 
torical Engraver to his Majesty, and to his Royal Highness the Prince of 
Wales. Published Jan? i, 1800, by J. Heath, N. 42, Newman Street 
& Mess r ? Robinson's Paternoster Row. Very rare. 

Better known as the "Fake Heath Portrait." Heath did not engrave it. but it is a very clever copy 
of that celebrated print, and much more rare. 

639. WASHINGTON. Full bust, in uniform, head to left. Oval in a rec- 
tangle. Etched. 

Height 24 13-16 inches; width 21 2-16 inches. 

Henri Lefort Delineavit & Sculpsit, Anno 1880. Imprimerie a Sal- 
mon Paris. 

The most effective and strongest portrait of Washington ever etched. 

640. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed. 

640^. " " Trial proof. 

641. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Etched. 

Height 13 14-16 inches; width 12 4-16 inches. 

T. Johnson 1900. 

No. 42 of 25 artist's proofs, signed, on India paper. Published by J. O. Wright & Co. 

642. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 18 inches; width 14 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stuart. Engraved by J. R. Rice. Bradley & 
Company Publishers 66 North Fourth St. Philadelphia. W. W. Bost- 
wick & Co. 177 &" 179 West Fourth St. Cincinnati, Ohio. Copyright 
by Bradley &* Company 1876. 

643. G. WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length. The " Tea Pot Portrait," 
head to left. 

Height 17 12-16 inches; width 13 14-16 inches. 

Painted by Gilbert Stuart. Engraved by William Sartain. Pub- 
lished by William Sartain 728 Sansom St. Philadelphia. Entered ac- 
cording to Act of Congress in the year 1888 by William Sartain in the 
Clerk's office of the District Court of the U. S. for the Eastern District 
of Pennsylvania. India proof, signed. 

644. THE SAME. Open letter proof on India paper. 



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645- Full bust, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 14-16 inches; width 9 11-16 inches. 

Jas Pagan. 

Artist's reraarque proof, signed, on India paper. 

646. Full bust, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width 10 14-16 inches. 

S. Arlent Edwards. 

\ 

Artist's proof, signed, on India paper. 

647. GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born February 22** 1732. Ap- 
pointed Commander in Chief of the American Army June i5th, 1775. 
Elected first President of the United States March 4 th 1789. Died 14* 
Dec r . 1799. Half length, seated, head to left. Book in the right hand. 
Dress sword partly visible rests on the left arm. Stipple. 

Height 13 13-16 inches; width n 1-16 inches. 

Engraved from a copy after Stewart. 

648. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by H. B. Hall's Sons, New York Painted by Gilbert 
Stuart. 

649. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple in colors. 

Height 6 8- 1 6 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

G. Stuart. J. C. Buttre. India proof. 

650. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 8 3-16 inches; width 6 12-16 inches. 
Unfinished proof, only three copies taken from the plate in this state. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. 

651. Full length, standing. " The Lansdowne Portrait," fully 

described in the print by James Heath, Lot No. 478. Etched. 

Height ii 7-16 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

W. H. W. Bicknell Sc. 

Artist's proof, signed. 

652. Bust, head to left. Oval. The center of a folio sheet 

entitled "In Memory of the Illustrious Champion of Liberty General 
George Washington, First President of the United States of America." 



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Over the oval oak and laurel branches, underneath flags and imple- 
ments of war. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Rare. 

653. Born February 22* d 1732. Died December 14* 1799. 

Full bust, head to left. Oval. Bust composed of fancy pen scroll- 
work. Rays emanating from the head. The centre of a folio sheet 
entitled " Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious Champion of Liberty, 
General George Washington ; First President of the United States of 
America." Stipple. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

Engraved by R. Lowe, N. York. "Presented to - by 

As a Reward of Merit." Published by John Donlevy 



N. Y. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1838 by Samuel 
Green in the Clerks office of the District Court of the Southern District 
of New York. Rare. 

654. WASHINGTON WAS THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY. EULO- 
GIUM SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF THE ILLUSTRIOUS GEORGE WASHING- 
TON, COLUMBIAS GREAT AND SUCCESSFUL SON HONORED BE HIS NAME. 
Full bust, head to left. Oval. The center of an imperial folio sheet 
entitled " Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious Champion of Liberty 
General George Washington; First President of the United States of 
America." On either side of the oval a scroll inscribed "Born Feb. 
22, 1732" "Died Dec 13, 1799"; beneath the oval view of the Capitol 
at Washington, beneath which is a scroll entitled "Family Register, 
Names, Births, Marriages, Deaths," on either side of the scroll two 
cherubs holding circular medallions upon which is inscribed the Lord's 
Prayer. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 27 4-16 inches; width 21 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by McLees New York. Rare. 

655. WASHINGTON AND HIS FAMILY. Full length, seated to the 
right of a table, upon which is an outspread map, the right arm resting 
thereon; to the right of the table Martha Washington, seated, with left 
hand resting on the map; back of table Nelly Custis standing; to the 
right of Washington, George Washington Park Custis standing; in the 
extreme right Wm. Lee, the negro servant, entering a door. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; length 10 4-16 inches. 

Original Painting by C. Schussele, Phil* Engraved by William 
Sartain Phil? Published by Bradley & C. 66 N. Fourth S l . Philadel- 
phia. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1865, by William 
Sartain, in the Clerks Office of the District Court, for the Eastern District 
of Pennsylvania. Open letter proof on India paper. 



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656. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed, on India paper. 

657. WASHINGTON AND HIS FAMILY. Full length, seated to the 
right of a table. Fully described in the preceding print. Mezzotinto. 

Height 17 10-16 inches; length 34 13-16 inches. 

Original Painting by C. Schussele, Phil? Engraved by W m Sartain, 
Phil? Bradley 6* C. Publishers, 66 N* 4'.* St. Philadelphia. En- 
tered according to Act of Congress in the year 1864, by C. Schussele in 
the Clerk's office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Penn- 
sylvania. Open letter proof on India paper. 

658. THE SAME. Proof before the title, with variation in the publisher's 
address. " Published by William Sartain 728 Sansom St. Philadelphia." 

659. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette at the bot- 
tom of a large engraving entitled " This Representation of Peter Fran- 
ciscos Gallant Action with Nine of Tarleton's Cavalry in sight of a 
Troop of Four Hundred Men, Took place in Amelia County Virginia 
1781. Is Respectfully inscribed to him by James Webster and James 
Warrell." Stipple in colors. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 19 12-16 inches; length as 10-16 inches. 

Design 'd by Warrell. Drawn by Barralett. Engraved by D. Ed- 
win. Published Dec r . i, 1814 by James Webster. Entered according to 
Act of Congress the i */ day of December 1814 by James Webster of the 
State of Pennsylvania. 

A magnificent copy of an original impression in colors of this very rare print, and the largest 
engraved by Edwin. It is as clean as the day of issue, with full margin, and is accompanied with 
the very rare descriptive broadside issued by James Webster at the time of publication, giving Fran- 
cisco's personal account of the engagement. It is doubtful if there is another copy equal to this in 
existence. 

660. THE SAME. Modern impression. 

661. Full length, in Masonic regalia; advancing to the front 

of a room in a Masonic temple leading two little orphans by the hand, 
at the head of a long line of orphan children; on either side, standing, 
numerous Masonic characters of all nations, including General Lafay- 
ette. Stipple. 

Height 15 6-16 inches; length 20 7-16 inches. 

Stothard del? Kearny Soil? "To the Grand Lodges of the United 
States. This Print representing the Distinguishing Characteristic of 
Masonry, Charity bestowed on proper objects." Published by F. 
Kearny & J. How. Copy-right secured according to Act of Congress, 
Philad^ Sep. 1830. 

Fine impression of this very rare print. 



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662. THE SAME PRINT, after DeWitt Clinton's portrait had been sub- 
stituted for one of the Masonic characters on the right, and with the 
addition of a line at the bottom, " is respectfully dedi- 
cated." Rare. 

663. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left, circular medallion. 
The centre of a folio sheet entitled " The President of the United States," 
with 13 other medallions containing the portraits of the presidents from 
Adams to Pierce. At the top an eagle with outspread wings, holding 
a ribbon in its beak, upon which is inscribed "E Pluribus Unum," 
U. S. shield, and flags. In the centre "Capitol of the United States 
Washington, D. C. with the New Extension"; at the bottom a repre- 
sentation of "Washington's Head-Quarters at Newburg, N. York." 

Stipple. 

Diameter 3 13-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 22 inches; width 16 inches. 

664. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

665. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 

Stipple. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

From the original by Stuart in the Boston Athenaeum. Johnson, 
Fry 6 Company Publishers, New York. 

Fine early impression on large paper. 

666. THE SAME. On India paper, without the publisher's address. 

667. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rec- 
tangle. Stipple. 

Height 9 10-16 inches; width 7 15-16 inches. 

668. Full bust, head to left. Curtain in the background. 

Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 12-16 inches. 
Proof before all letters. Extremely rare. 

669. Bust, head to left. Oval, surrounded with vignettes 

representing the New and the Old Year. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

"New Year" "1863." 

Evidently engraved for a magazine. 

670. Bust, head to left. Circular, with arabesque border. 

Line. 

Diameter a 14-16 inches. 
Rare. 



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671. Full bust in uniform, head to right. Oval in a rectangle 

containing the companion portrait of Martha Washington. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 1-16 inches; width 7 15-16 inches. 

S. Arlent Edwards. 

Artist's proof, signed. No. 6 of 25 signed proofs, signed by J. O. Wright & Co. 

672. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born Feb v 22? d 1732. Inaugurated 
President March 4 l . h 1789. Retired March 4* 1797. Died Dec r 14* 
1799. Full bust, head to left. Oval with a border in which is the 
title. Line. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Eng d by Story & Atwood N. York. 

Excessively rare. Evidently cut from the centre of a large ornamented sheet. 

673 . THE SAME. Different state, with name of artists cut off. 

These are the only copies of this print that have come under the observation of Mr. Chas. Henry 
Hart. 

674. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Eng d by Geo. E. Perine N. York. India proof. 

675. GEORGE WASHINGTON. FuU bust, head to left (Lansdowne). 
Oval. Line. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

From the Original Painting by Stuart. 

676. Full bust, head to left. Oval with border of a single 

line. India ink drawing. 

Height $ 6-16 inches; width 4 1-16 inches. 

Arnet min. desine". 

An original India ink drawing taken from the Lansdowne portrait. 

677. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Circular. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 inches. 
Proof with the scratched title. 

678. Full bust, head to left. Oval, surrounded with olive 

branches, tied at the bottom with a ribbon upon which is the motto 
"Pater Patriae"; underneath in large figures "1860"; over the oval 
an eagle with a shield. The whole in an ornamental frame. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 12 inches; width 10 8-16 inches. 

Eng by A Hoen & Co. " This Bust is respectfully dedicated by the 
Carriers of the Baltimore Sun to their Patrons." 

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679. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Oval in a border sur- 
rounded with scrollwork. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width a 8-16 inches. 
Evidently cut from the centre of a large sheet. 

680. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Circular medallion with 
scrollwork border. On a sheet containing sixteen medallion portraits, 
two of Washington, two of Lafayette, two of Washington Irving, 
Voltaire, Bolivar, Mme. De Stael, Mile. Mars, Walter Scott, Boyer, 
Benjamin West, Talma, Fenelon, and Lord Byron. Stipple. 

Diameter a 10-16 inches. 
Very rare. Evidently engraved for ornamenting old-time snuff-box lids. 

68 1. THE SAME. Portrait of Washington only, cut circular. 

682. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion. 

Diameter 4 3-16 inches. 

Engraved from the medal by the anaglyptographic process by J. W. 
Steel. 

683. GEORGE WASHINGTON, ESQ? THE FRIEND OF MAN. Full bust, 
head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Gobrecht, sculp. Excessively rare. 

684. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Born Feb. 22** 1732. Died Dec. 
14 th 1799. Bust, head to left. Oval, with wreath of laurel and oak 
leaves falling to either side from the top, over which is an eagle with 
outspread wings; the whole surrounded with fancy scrollwork, at the 
bottom of which is a U. S. shield, plough, scroll, inkstand, and pen. 

Line. 

Height of oval i 6-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

^ 

685. THE SAME. Proof before the title. 

686. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a border in which is the 

artist's name. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinx* G. Fairman Sculp*. 

Similar to Baker No. 230. 

687. First in War, First in Peace, and First in the hearts of 

his countrymen. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a wreath of oak 
leaves tied at the bottom, from which emanate diverging rays and 28 
stars; inside of wreath is the inscription. Line. 

( Height of oval i 5-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 




ASH i > : c; 'i o > 



FACSIMILE OF LOT 69O, REDUCED 



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688. Half length, seated, head to right, a dress sword partly 

visible resting on right arm. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Doney) 

Similar to Baker No. 201. 

689. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Engraved for the Washington Benevolent Society. 

Similar to the portrait engraved by Leney, Baker No. 376. Very rare. 

' i' ' '-.: i i'i'j s .'/* f*'^ ',<:*.,/ ,*''* ,' * 

690. GENERAL WASHINGTON. FATHER AND PROTECTOR or AMERICA. 
Full length, standing, head to left; the right arm extended, the left 
resting on the hip; to the left, two pillars partly concealed by a curtain 
which hangs over and across to the right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 12-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 

One of the rarest of Washington portraits, and a beautiful brilliant impression. The only other 
copy I ever saw, and that is colored by hand, is in the collection of Chief Justice Mitchell. See Plate. 

691. G.WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

692. Full bust, head to right. Line. 

Height 2 inches; width i 6-16 inches. 

693. GEORGE WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT -OF THE U. S. FROM 1789 TO 
1797. Full bust, head to left, surrounded with fancy scrollwork, over 
which is an eagle, on a sheet with similar portraits of Jno. Adams, Jef- 
ferson, Madison, J. Q. Adams, Van Buren, Monroe, and Jackson. 

Stipple. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Published by T. C. Story Eng'. 7 John St. N. Y. Very rare. 

694. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inchest 

695. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. India proof. 

696. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Mixed. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Published by J. C. Buttre Co. 

Working proof from unfinished plate. 



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697. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Mczzotinto. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 4-16 inches. 

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698. GENf GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Line. 

Height a inches; width i 12-16 Laches. 

Rare. 

699. Full bust, head to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 
Proof. 

700. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 14-16 inches. 

A. Reed sc. E. W. Con. Engraved for the Washington Benevolent 
Society. 

Similar to Baker No. 308. Very rare. 

701 . Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 
Proof from unfinished plate. 

702. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 ia-i6 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 
Similar to Baker No. aio. 

703. THE SAME. Colored by hand, cut close to print. 

704. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 
The upper portion of the background deeply shaded. 

705. GEO. WASHINGTON. Born Feb. 22, 1732. In. March 4, 1789. 
Obt. Dec. 14, 1799, M. 68. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width a 14-16 inches. 

Rare. 

706. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

From the Original Painting by Stuart in the old Hall of Representa- 
tives in the Capitol at Washington. 

707. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left. (Lans- 
downe.) Line. 

Height 9 13-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

From G. Stuart's Painting. Very rare. 



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708. GEO. WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Half 
length, head to left. (Lansdowne.) Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width a 12-16 inches. 

Stewart dett T. A. Dean sculpt London, Published Nov r . i, 1831, 
by John Brooks, 421, Oxford Street. Large paper. Rare. 

709. . Half length, head to left. (Lansdowne.) Stipple. 

Height 6 7-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

From the celebrated Portrait Painted by Stuart. India proof. 

710. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Stuart Girsch. D. Appleton 6r Co. India proof. Large paper. 

711. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left, in a border resem- 
bling an ornamented frame. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Size of border, height 10 8-16 inches; width 8 13-16 inches. 

Manly 6r Orr, Philadelphia. 

Evidently an impression of one of the portraits engraved by Edwin for Marshall's Life of Wash- 
ington, printed in an ornamental border. 

712. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left (Lansdowne), surrounded 
by a framework of oak leaves, over the top of which is a pen and scroll, 
underneath a representation of a military review. Line. 

Height 7 7-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

713. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Full bust to right, head to left. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 

Francesco Petroncini incise. Rare. 

A close rendition of the print by Longhi, Baker No. 281. 

714. G. WASHINGTON. Nearly full length, seated. The right hand 
resting upon an upright book on a table to the right, a dress sword 
lying in the left arm which is resting on the arm of a chair; a curtain 
in the background, drawn aside and partly revealing a pillar to the 
left. Line. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

From the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the pub- 
lishers. Johnson, Fry 6* Co., Publishers, New York. Entered accord- 
ing to Act of Congress A. D. 1870, by Johnson, Fry &= Co. in the clerk's 
office of the district court of the southern district of New York. 



715. GENL GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 13-16 inches. 

Rare. 

716. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Publ. at the Music Depot of W. G. Metzerott. From the Original 
Painting at the Atheneum, Boston. 

717. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. The upper one on a plate 
with two medallion portraits of "Clive" and "Hastings," underneath 
which is the representation of an elephant; between the two medallions 
at the top are two swords. Line. 

;J* Height 7 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

718. Bust, head to left, in wreath of olive leaves, on a pedes- 
tal. To the left the figure of Liberty holding a flag which floats 
over the bust; to the right an eagle resting on a shield; on the base of 
the pedestal a representation of Washington resigning his commission. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. C. Buttre. 

719. Full length, head to left. The "Lansdowne Portrait." 

Rounded at top. Stipple. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

F. F. Walker. India proof. 

720. WASHINGTON RESIGNING HIS COMMISSION. Full length, 
standing, head to left (in the House of Congress), with hands extended 
toward a table at the left, upon which is a book, inkstand, etc.; in the 
right hand a scroll; to right portraits of various Congressmen. Stipple. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

H. T. Stephens. Augustus Robin, N. Y. 

721. CHIEF OF THE PATRIOT HOST. Full length, seated on a settee 
to right on the plaza at Mount Vernon, in front of which are sheep, 
foxes, etc. ; in the back distance the buildings. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

"An example to the citizens; an ornament to the Republic; invested 
with the highest executive magistracy, he well performed the du 
ty of protecting industry and restraining fraud and violence, and at 
length he enjoyed, for a short time, a dignified repose. See Page 230." 



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722. G. WASHINGTON. Full length as a Master Mason; head to left, 
right hand resting on an upright book on a table to left, the other resting 
upon a pedestal to right; in the background pillars; to right a chair. 

Stipple. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

723. Full length, seated, head to left. The right hand resting 

on an upright book on a table to left. A dress sword lying on the left 
arm, which is resting on the arm of a chair; to the right lower corner, 
books. A curtain in the background partly drawn aside reveals pil- 
lars. Stipple. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 

India proof, large paper. 

724. G. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform on horseback receiving a 
salute on the field of battle. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

725. Full length in uniform, head to left, right hand extended 

holding an open scroll, the left resting on a dress sword; in the back- 
ground a pillar and a curtain partly drawn, which reveals a military 
encampment. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Sartain Sc. 

726. WASHINGTON. Full length, standing. The "Lansdowne Por- 
trait." Stipple. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 

727. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. The upper left-hand one of 
five busts, the others being of Wolfe, Thos. Warton, Walcot, and West. 

Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

(Lizars sc) Rare. 

728. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. The centre of five vignette 
busts. The others being Bonaparte, Alexander, Peter I, and Charles 
XII. Etched. 

Height of bust 14-16 inches; width 14-16 inch. 

C. E. King Sc. Pub. by Collins & Hannay: New York. " Engraved 
for Dr. Irving's Universal History." Rare. 

729. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion. At the top of 

a sheet entitled "Declaration of Independence July 4 1776," being one 
of 1 6 medallions, the others containing the portrait of Jefferson, arms of 
the U. S., and the thirteen original states, with fancy border. Line. 

Height i 7-16 inches; length 2 8-16 inches. 

American Bank Note Company New York. On large glazed card- 
board. 



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730. THE SAME. Before the border, on small card. 

731. GEN. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. The upper left-hand one 
of a group of 12 portraits, the other being those of Union officers. 

Stipple. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width z inch. 

732. GEORGE WASHINGTON, 1789 to 1797. Bust to right, head to 
left. The upper one of 13 oval medallions of the Presidents down to 
Fillmore, surrounding a larger one in the centre containing a bust of 
Franklin Pierce. The background composed of stars and olive branches ; 
over the top an eagle and flags, and a ribbon flowing to either side 
upon which is the motto "E Pluribus Unum"; underneath a flowing 
ribbon upon which is the inscription "The Presidents of Our Great 
Republic." Stipple. 

Height 15-16 inch; width 13-16 inch. 

Sold by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort Street New-York. 

733. GEORGE WASHINGTON, FROM 1789 TO 1797. Bust, head to right. 
The centre one of 14 other smaller medallions, containing portraits of 
the presidents down to Buchanan, and the Goddess of Liberty. The 
background composed of stars and olive branches; on the top an eagle 
and flags, and a ribbon flowing to either side upon which is the motto 
"E Pluribus Unum"; in the lower margin a flowing ribbon upon 
which is the inscription "The Presidents of Our Great Republic." 

Stipple. 

Height i 13-16 inches; width x 11-16 inches. 

Sold by Charles Magnus, 12 Frankfort Street New- York. 

734- Bust/head to left, oval medallion (and companion por- 
trait of Martha Washington), over an engraved biographical sketch of 
Washington, surrounded with fancy scrollwork, at the top of which is 
a star encircled with laurel wreath, at the bottom a representation of 
the " Residence of Washington, Mount Vernon." 

Height of medallion i 14-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Portraits Eng? by G. F. Storm. Border &c. by T. Pollock. Pub. 
by N. Currier 2 Spruce S l . Entered according to Act of Congress in the 
year 1838, by G. F. Storm 6 T. Pollock, in the clerk's office of the District 
Court of Massachusetts. Rare. 

Injured in upper left-hand corner of border. 

735. Bust, head to left. Oval. The upper one of 7 other 

oval medallions containing portraits of the presidents down to Jackson; 
around which is fancy scrollwork, in the centre a ruled square in which 
is a view of the "President's House at Washington" and names of the 



Presidents: "Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Adams, Monroe, 
Jackson, Van Buren." Over the medallion of Washington an eagle, 
and flags on either side. 

Height of oval i 8-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

736. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. The centre of four 
other oval medallions, surrounded with scrollwork, containing portraits 
of Franklin, Marshall, Lafayette, and DeWitt Clinton. 

Height of oval i 2-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

"Patrons of the Masonic Art" (1849) 

737. G. WASHINGTON 1787. Bust, head to left. One of 15 medallion 
portraits on the side of a monument containing portraits of G. Morris, 
C. Golden, DeWitt Clinton, etc. Over the monument the figure of 
Fame with trumpet; at the base America seated resting the right arm 
on the U. S. shield; to the right a view of a canal lock. Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 7 4-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Engraved from a Drawing by John L. Morton, by Stephen H. Gimber. 
Printed by W. Neale N. Y. "For the good which has been done by 
individuals or communities, in relation to this work, let each have a due 
share of credit. DeWitt Clinton." India proof. 

738. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval. One of three medal- 

lions, the others containing portraits of Green and Franklin, surrounded 
with drapery. Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Height of oval i 15-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

Willard Sc. Rare. 

739. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion, the upper one 
of a group of five, in an ornamented vignette. The others contain the 
portraits of Adams, Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe. Stipple. 

Height of oval 2 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 
Similar to Baker No. 218. 

740. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. One of a group 
of four oval medallions around a centre one, containing a view of the 
capitol at Washington. The others contain portraits of Jackson, 
Buchanan, and Lincoln. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height of oval i 11-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

Eng d by J. C. Buttre, N. Y. Published by B. B. Russell 55 Cornhill, 
Boston. India proof, large paper. 



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740^. THE SAME. With title, "Presidents of the United States," and with 
authority, "Engraved expressly for Abbott's Lives of the Presidents," 
but without the address of publisher. 

741. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval medallion. 
The centre of six others containing portraits of Patrick Henry, John 
Hancock, Sam'l Adams, Jas. Madison, Thos. Jefferson, and Benj. 
Franklin. The medallions bordered with flags and olive leaves. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

(Eng'd by H. B. Hall & Sons) India proof. 

742. THE SAME. With names of the engravers. 

743. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to right. Vignette in an oval of a 
single line in which is the title. One of a group of 10 oval medallions. 
The others containing portraits of "Vergniaud, C. Vernet, H. Vernet, 
Volnai, Villemain, Walter Scott, Weber, A. Zamoyski, and Thomas 
Zan. Stipple. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Bessine* et Grave* par Montaut. Very rare. 

744. Bust, head to right. Oval medallion, with ornamented 

border. The upper one of 7 medallions (encircling an eagle and U. S. 
shield), the others containing portraits of Grant, Sherman, Andrew John- 
son, etc., over a vignette of the "United States Treasury." Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 

Engraved & Printed at the Treasury Department. 

745. Bust, head to right, with engraved border resembling 

a frame. The upper one of a group of six portraits, the others being 
Jno. Marshall, Thos. Jefferson, Gen. Lafayette, Alex. Hamilton, and 
R. B. Taney. Line. 

Height r 2-16 inches; width i inch. 
Title page of " The Jewel or Token of Friendship." 

746. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular. The upper one of a 
group of ten medallions, the others containing portraits of the Presidents 
down to Tyler, all surrounded with scrollwork. Vignette. Stipple. 

Diameter 14-16 inch. 

O. Pelton Sc. 

747. THE SAME. With the addition of portraits of Polk, Fillmore, and 
Taylor, but without the name of the engraver. 



748. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval, the centre of a 
group of oval medallions, the others containing portraits of Lincoln, 
Foote, Pope, Dupont, Burnside, Banks, McClellan, and Halleck. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width i inch. 

Engraved by J. C. Buttre " United States Life Insurance Company 
40 WaU Street, New York." 



749. THE SAME. India proof. 

750. Bust, head to right. Oval. The upper one of a group 

of eight oval medallions (around a centre one of Washington after 
Houdon, engraved with a roulette), the others containing portraits of 
Marshall, Harrison, Clay, Webster, Clinton, Fulton, and Frelinghuysen, 
the whole surrounded with scrollwork. Line. 

Height of oval i 3-16 inches; width 13-16 inch. 

Engraved by Danforth, Underwood & Co. 

751. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head to left. Circular medallion, 
suspended on a grouping of implements of war. The right-hand side 
ornament on the title page of " An Illustrated Atlas, Geographical, Sta- 
tistical and Historical of the United States and the Adjacent Countries 
by T. G. Bradford"; the left side decorated in a similar manner with a 
medallion portrait of an Indian ; on the upper margin a vignette view of 
Niagara Falls, and in the lower margin view of the capitol at Washing- 
ton, etc. Stipple, colored. 

Diameter of medallion i 12-16 inches. 

Eng? by Ja? Archer. Excessively rare. 

752. Bust, head to left. Oblong oval. The centre of a sheet 

entitled "Sacred to the Memory of George Washington. Born Feb. 
22, 1732. Died Dec. 13, 1799. American Hero and Statesman." 

Stipple. 

Height 11-16 inch; length 13-16 inch. 

Rare. 

753. Full bust, head to left. Oval from which are diverging 

rays, in the upper portion of a large oval surrounded with vignettes of 
various subjects, including portraits of Fulton and Franklin, Treasury 
of the United States, etc. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Engraved by Draper, Welsh & C? , Philad a 

Diploma of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute. 



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754. Bust, head to left. Circular. One of a group of 21 

medallions on a sheet entitled the "Declaration of Independence," 
containing portraits of Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J. Q. 
Adams, Jackson, and Van Buren, and the coats of arms of the thirteen 
original States. Line. 

Diameter i 5-16 inches. 

Eng? & Published by Geo. G. Smith, 186, Washington, corner of 
Franklin St. Boston. 

755. THE SAME. With variation in the address of engraver and pub- 
lisher: "Engraved by Geo. G. Smith. Published by Cha s . Root, 186 
Washington, corner 0} Franklin St. Boston." 

756. Bust, head to right. Oval in a border of olive leaves; 

to the left figure of Justice, to the right figure of Fame; in the back- 
ground, buildings on fire. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 7 9-16 inches. 
On India paper. Beautifully engraved. Evidently a heading to an early fire insurance policy. 

757. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular. One of a group of 
9 medallions containing portraits down to Harrison, in the upper part of 
engraved work representing a frame around an engraving entitled " The 
Declaration of Independence with Fac-similes of the Signatures and 
Likenesses of the Signers. The Arms of the States and of the United 
States and Portraits of the Presidents Published by James Fisher 71. 
Court St. Boston." Line. 

Height ii 14-16 inches; width 8 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by D. Kimberly. The Lettering by J. B. Bolton. Entered 
according to Act of Congress, in the year 1841, by the Franklin Print Co. 
in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Massachusetts. Pr. by Chas 
Thomas &* Co. 

758. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular one of a group of 8 
medallions containing portraits of the Presidents down to Van Buren; 
fully described in the preceding print, with variation in the border and 
the American eagle in the place of Harrison, the medallions and the 
border being all re-engraved. 

Height ii inches; width 8 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by D. Kimberley The Lettering by J. B. Bolton (Copy- 
right). 

Evidently one of the first issues, and published before the preceding print. 

759. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left, in an ornamented border 
resembling a frame rounded at the top, in the lower portion of a sheet 
entitled "Washington's Farewell Address," surrounded with 7 orna- 



log 

mented vignettes of scenes from his life, the upper one being a repre- 
sentation of "The Battle of Monmouth." Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 16 12-16 inches; width n 14-16 inches. 

Engraved 6 Published by J. C. Buttre 48 Franklin St. N. Y. Border 
drawn by W. Momberger. Lettering by W? 1 Kemble. Entered 
according to Act of Congress AD 1856 by J. C. Buttre in the clerks office 
oj the district court of the southern district of New York. 

760. Bust in uniform, head to right. One of a group side 

by side of 12 portraits, including Lafayette, Franklin, Wm. Penn, etc. 
Vignette. Etched. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

Rare. 

761. THE FATHER AND THE SAVIOUR OF OUR COUNTRY. Full 
length, standing, the right hand resting on an upright book on a table 
to the left, to right the full-length figure of Abraham Lincoln, standing, 
with left hand resting on a document on a table to left; in the back- 
ground pillars, etc. Oval. Mixed. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by John MlGoffin. Publishd by J. C. M'.Curdy & Co. 
Philadelphia. 

762. WASHINGTON'S TRIUMPHAL JOURNEY TO THE CAPITAL. 

Full length in uniform, on horseback; head to right, a chapeau in the 
raised right hand ; numerous little girls casting flowers in front of horse. 

Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

G. Cruikshank del* Davenport, sculp 4 . London, Published by 
Thomas Tegg N 73, Cheapside, S? Sep*. 1838. 

* 

763. Full bust, head to right. Oval medallion with orna- 
mented border resting on two columns, between two views entitled 
" Washingtons Denkmal" and "Das Grabmal Washingtons." Stipple. 

Height i 7-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Leipzig d. Engl. Kunst.Anstalt. (A. H. Payne, sc). 

764. Full length, dressed as a Master Mason, leading two 

little children by the hand, at the head of a long row of orphan children, 
between two rows of Masonic dignitaries, in a large arched room. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 3 13-16 niches; length 5 1-16 inches. 

Eng<? by W. G. Jacksman, N. Y. 



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765. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion on the 
right-hand side of a map of the United States; on the left-hand side the 
medallion portrait of Franklin, with views in either corner, of Washing- 
ton's monument, Buffalo hunting, etc. Stipple. 

Diameter i 2-16 inches. 

The Illustrations by J. Marchant & Engraved by J. Rogers. The 
Map Drawn & Engraved by J. Rapkin The London Printing and 
Publishing Company. 

766. Bust, head to left. Oval, one of three medallions, the 

others containing portrait of Gen. Grant and an American eagle. At the 
lower portion of an engraved sheet entitled "Memorial Certificate, 
United States Centennial Exhibition," etc. Stipple. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width 14-16 inch. 

Designed & engraved by the Major & Knapp Co. N. Y. and issued 
from the presses of R. Hoe & Co. at the International Exhibition. 

767. Full length in uniform, standing, the right hand holding 

a riding- whip, the elbow resting on a cannon; the left arm extended 
and resting on the back of a horse, the hand holding a chapeau; ship- 
ping in the left distance. Circular medallion with ornamented border 
over which is an eagle and flags. To left of medallion the figure of 
Fame, to the right the figure of a volunteer fireman underneath a group 
of fire implements. Stipple. 

Diameter 6 inches. 

Drawn by W. Wade. Eng'd by T. Pollock. 

768. Bust, head to left, over which is the figure of Fame with 

a crown of olives. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height a 12-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 
Similar to Baker No. 308. Rare. 

769. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

G. Stuart J. Sartain. Similar to Baker No. 322. 

770. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

771. GEN. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 2 1-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Pub. by C. Bohn 568 Penna. Av. Washington, D. C. Rare. 



Ill 

772. WASHINGTON. Half length, head to left, a scroll in the right hand, 
the arm resting upon the muzzle of a cannon, a sword in the left hand. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Very rare. Similar to Baker No. 349. 

773. Full bust, head to left. Vignette encircled with diverg- 
ing rays. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 14-16 inches, 
evidently cut from a larger Engraving. 

774. Full length in uniform, head to right, right arm ex- 
tended, the left hand holding a chapeau close to the side; in the back- 
ground a battle in progress. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

Title Page of " Lives of the Presidents of the United States, by Robert 
W. Lincoln, New York. Published by E. Kearny N? 56 Gold St." 

775. Full length in uniform, head to right, right arm ex- 
tended; the left close to the body, holding a chapeau in the hand. Vig- 
nette in a fancy border. Line. 

Height a 8-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

776. THE SAME. With a different border. 

777. G. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform on horseback, with mili- 
tary cloak thrown over the shoulder, the left arm extended holding a 
chapeau in the hand, acknowledging a salute; in the background soldiers. 
Vignette. Stipple, 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 1-16 inches. 

J. Warr. 

The title page to " The Drawing Room Scrap-Book MDCCCLI. A Hart late Carey and Hart, 
Philadelphia." 

778. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. (Lansdowne.) Vig- 
nette. Line. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Published by J. C. Buttre Co. N. Y. India proof. 

779. THE SAME. Trial proof. 

780. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Bust to right, head to left. Vignette 
in clouds. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Gandini inc. Rare. 

781. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 



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782. RITRATTO DI WASHINGTON. Full bust, to right; head to left. 
Vignette. Stipple in colors. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 
A copy of the Longhi Print. Baker No. 281. Rare. 

783. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Eng? by John C. M'Rae, N. Y. 

784. - Bust, head to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Continental Bank Note Co. New York. 

785. Full bust, head to left. Line. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width i 1-16 inches. 

"First Annual Ball of the Washington Continental Guard, Feb. 22 d 
185- Ladies' Ticket" on yellow glazed card. 

786. Bust, head to right. Oval in an arabesque border. 

Stipple. 

Height i 5-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

* 

787. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

" George Washington Lodge N? 18. Orden Germania." 

788. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. Over and 

beneath the oval are tablets on which is inscribed "The Washington" 
" Life Insurance Co. " ; beneath the oval American flags, and the letter- 
ing "Of New York." Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

American Bank Note Company, New York. 

789. Bust, head to left. Oval in an ornamented border, 

resting on scrollwork. Vignette. Line. 

Height r 1-16 inches; width 11-16 inch. 

Merchandise tag. 

790. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion, surrounded with 

olive wreath, in the centre of an ornamented drygoods label. Line. 

Height i 2-16 inches; width 11-16 inch. 

" Washington Manufacturing Co. Gloucester New Jersey near Phila- 
delphia." On green paper. 



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79 ! Bust, head to right; on a drygoods label with ruled back- 
ground containing engraving of a head of an Indian; and with an alle- 
gorical subject in the centre. Line. 

Height i 2-16 inches; width 11-16 inch. 

" American Print Works Fall River, Mass. Fast colors." 

792. Bust, head to left. Oval, surmounted with an eagle; 

on either side the Goddess of Liberty and Goddess of Agriculture; 
shipping in the background. Line. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 12-16 inch. 

W. L. Germon S? Store card of " G. Nickerson Hatter, N? 51 Arch 
Street Philadelphia." Rare. 

793. Bust, head to right. Circular medallion with border 

representing a belt, on which is the motto " Vita sine Literis mors est." 
Over the medallion a burning lamp on a pedestal; to the right olive 
branches and tablet with the monogram "W. L. S." Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Dreka, Phila. 

794. Full length, standing, the right arm extended, a sword 

in the left hand. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 
Drygoods label. " Warranted fast colors." 

795- Bust, head to left. Oval, encircled with an olive 

wreath. Line. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

"Dedication of the Washington Monument February 21?* 1885. 
Floor of House of Representatives. Admit Bearer to the East Door 
Leading to the Rotunda. John Sherman Chairman of Commission." 

796. THE SAME. (Ticket for the gallery of House of Representatives.) 

797. Bust, head to right. Circular medallion. An invita- 
tion for the "Inaugural Reception Promenade Concert" (inauguration 
of Garfield and Arthur) with medallion portraits of Jas. A. Garfield 
and Chester A. Arthur. Stipple. 

Diameter i 8-16 inches. 

Homer Lee Bank Note Co. N. Y. 



798. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion on an engraved 

and ornamented card entitled "Ceremonies on the Completion of the 
Washington Monument Capitol, Washington, D. C. Jan? 14^ 1885," 
etc. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Bureau Engraving & Printing. 



799. Bust, head to right, the upper one of three portraits, the 

others being Lincoln and McKinley in an ornamented vignette. Line. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 
Store card of " Danforth, Importing Tailor," etc., " 175 Dearborn Street, cor. Monroe Chicago." 

800. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion with border on 

which is the motto "Beware of Foreign Influence. Republican Asso- 
ciation of." At the top, an eagle with laurel branch in its claw; over 
which are stars, and the words "Native American"; beneath the medal- 
lion the words " Ninth Mulberry Ward " ; the background composed of 
rays. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

801. Bust, head to right, in border resembling a frame; to 

the right of a companion portrait of Lafayette, in the centre a portrait 
of Wm. H. Harrison, underneath which is a representation of a log 
cabin. Line. 

Height i 1-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 
Reprint on India paper of a Harrison campaign badge. 

802. Born Feb. 22, 1732. Died Dec 14, 1799. Bust, head 

to left. Oval medallion on side of a pedestal on which is a vase of 
flowers, and over which extend rays and the words " Centennial Cele- 
bration" ; the inscription on the base of pedestal. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Published by R. Morgan 279 Market St. 

803. THE SAME. Without the rays, inscription, or publisher's address. 



804. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette, with background. 

Woven on satin. 

Height 17 inches; width 15 8-16 inches. 

Ponson, Philippe & Vibert, Paris, Lyon & St Etienne. 

A close copy of the Celebrated Engraving by Welch, Baker No. 351. Beautifully woven on Silk, 
at the Silk Mills of Ponson, Philippe & Vibert of Paris, who had only a few made as gifts to their 
agents in the United States about the year 1850. The work is so beautifully executed in black and 
white that it takes a dose inspection to tell it from the Engraving. Very rare. 



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805. Bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle rounded at top; 

on the left the figure of Liberty, cannon, etc.; on the right, America 
helmeted, the left foot trampling on the body of a dead king; near by 
on the ground lies a ribbon on which is the motto " Sic Semper Tyran- 
nis"; in the back distance a fortress, etc. Line. 

Height 12-16 inch; Width 10-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. 

806. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion surmounted with a 

globe and an eagle. To the right the Goddess of Industry, to the left 
the Goddess of Liberty. Line. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. 

807. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion resting on the bow 

of a canoe in which is seated the figure of Hope, holding in the right hand 
an oval medallion with the portrait of Franklin. On the side of the 
canoe "J. B. Longacre Engraver." Vignette. Stipple. 

Height i 12-16 inches; length 2 8-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. Proof. 

808. Bust, head to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. India proof. 

809. Bust, head to right. Line. 

Height 14-16 inch; width 12-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. Proof. 

8 10. Bust, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

Danforth, Wright &> Co. New York & Philad* 

811. Full bust, head to left. Oval medallion encircled by 

an oak and olive wreath tied at the bottom with a ribbon. Line. 

Height 2 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. India proof. 

812. Bust, head to left. Proof of i2c. United States postage 

stamp. 

Height i inch; width 9-16 inch. 
Rare. 

813. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion surrounded with 

diverging rays. On either side the bust of Washington after Houdon; 
in the centre the full-length figure of "Washington at Dorchester 
Heights," on the right of which is the full-length figure of Washington 



n6 

after the Lansdowne portrait, and to the right a full-length statue of 
Washington; underneath a back and front view of Canova's statue of 
Washington. Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i a-i6 inches. 

Memorials of Washington. 

814. Bust, head to left. Oval in a border of lathe-work, on 

a sheet with similar portraits of Jefferson, Adams, Patrick Henry, and 
Franklin. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 7-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. 

815. Feb. 22 nd 1876. Full length, standing, head to right; 

left hand close to the body holding a chapeau; the right arm extended. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width I 3-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. 

8 1 6. Half length, head to left. Line. 

Height i 5-16 inches; width i 1-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. 

817. Half length, head to left, in a square ornamented on 

three sides with scrollwork. Line. 

Height i 5-16 inches; width i 1-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. 

818. Bust, head to right. Oval, surrounded with a wreath 

of flowers, in the upper right-hand corner of a share in the " Kentucky 
Coal Mining Company." Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i inch. 

819. Bust, head to right. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width i inch. 
Bank-note vignette. India proof. 

820. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion suspended on a 

palm tree, aside of which is the Angel of Fame with two trumpets in 
the right hand. Line. 

Height 7-16 inch; width 6-16 inch. 
Bank-note vignette. Proof. 

821. Bust, head to left. Oval with a border of lathe-work, 

in the advertising card of the " Society for the Encouragement of Faith- 
ful Domestics," with similar portraits of Penn and Franklin, and view 
of the Fairmount waterworks. Line. 

Height 17-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 



822. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval. Line. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. 

823. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Three-quarter length, standing, scroll 
in the left hand; right hand resting on a table to right; in the left back- 
ground an armchair. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 inches; width i 12-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. 

824. Full bust, head to right. Oval in an ornamental border. 

Line. 

Height i 11-16 inches; width t 8-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. Proof. 

825. Bust, head to left. Oval, on a sheet entitled "Specimen 

of an improved plan of preventing forgeries of Bank Notes," etc., con- 
taining also ii other portraits of Washington, 7 of Franklin, and 2 of 
Wm. Penn, and various other medallions and ornaments. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 13-16 inch. 

Philadelphia 1821. Murray Fairman fir 3 C Rare. 

826. Bust, head to right. Oval, on a specimen sheet of vig- 
nettes, including the portrait of De Witt Clinton. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width i inch. 

Bank-note engraving. Underwood, Bald, Spencer, and Hufty, Phila- 
delphia. Danforth, Underwood 6 C. New York. Rare. 

827. Bust, head to right. Oval, in an ornamented border. 

Stipple. 

Height i 2-1 6 inches ; width x inch. 
Bank-note vignette. 

828. Bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. Line. 

Height a 4-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 
Bank-note vignette. India proof. 

g 2 p Bust, head to right, encircled with wreath of flowers 

tied at the bottom with a ribbon. Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Toppan, Carpenter & C. New York, Philad* &* Boston. 

India proof. 



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830. Bust, head to left. Oval in a laurel wreath. One of 

four different medallion portraits of Washington on a sheet of 5 tickets 
in the "Washington Monument Lottery." "Baltimore June 1816." 

Stipple. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

Plate Presented by Simkins &" Usher. Rare. 



BADGES. 

831. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion on the side of a 

pedestal, upon which is a vase with flowers from which are diverging 
rays over which are the words "Centennial Celebration"; on the base 
of the pedestal the inscription "Born Feb. 22, 1732. Died Dec. 14, 
1792." On silk. Line. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 

Published by R. Morgan 279 Market St. 

832. Full bust, head to left. Oval. Over the oval "Cente- 
nary Anniversary"; underneath "Feb. 22, 1832." On blue silk. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

833. Bust, head to left; on a pedestal, on the side of which is 

the figure of Charity and three small children. Over the bust the words 
"Caritatis Auspiciis"; on the base of pedestal the inscription "Wash- 
ington Benevolent." On white silk. Vignette. Line. 

Height 9-16 inch; width 5-16 inch. 

834. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion, ornamented with 

wreath of oak leaves and corn sheaf; over the oval the figure of a sailor 
and American eagle; on a badge entitled "Our Country and Her Flag. 
Native Americans of Fifth Ward, Southwark." On white silk. Stipple. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

835. WASHINGTON. Born Feb? 22 1732. Died Dec' 1799. Circular 
medallion, with a border in which is the inscription; over the medallion 
an eagle with outspread wings, with arrows and olive branch in its 
talons. On white silk. Vignette. Line. 

Diameter i 15-16 inches. 

836. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion in a fancy scroll 

border, over which is the inscription, " These United Colonies are and of 
right ought to be Free and Independent States," and an eagle flying 
with a partly unfurled United States flag; from the medallion at the 



up 

bottom hang pendants with the names of the thirteen original States 
and " 1776-1876"; at the bottom a shield over which is a ribbon with 
the motto "E Pluribus Unum." Woven in colors on silk. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

837. Bust, head to left; on a pedestal in an arch formed with 

keystones, upon which are the names of 38 States. Over the arch an 
American eagle with shield and flags, underneath the Liberty Bell ; on a 
badge woven in different colored silks, entitled "Centennial Memento 
of the United States of America." 

Height 12-16 inch; width 9-16 inch. 



FOLIO SHEETS. 

838. Bust, head to right. Oval in ornamental lathe-work. 

One of a grouping of vignettes on an imperial folio sheet including por- 
traits of Lafayette, Jefferson, Robt. Morris, Wm. Penn, Andrew Jackson, 
Columbus, etc. Line. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 

Whole sheet, 16 4-16 inches; width 13 14-16 inches. 

Fairman, Draper, Underwood & Co., 1830. India paper. 

839. Bust, head to right. Oval in ornamental lathe-work. 

One of a grouping of vignettes on an imperial folio sheet including 
portraits of Franklin, Raleigh (3), and another bust of Washington to left. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 

Whole sheet, 15 12-16 inches; width 12 11-16 inches. 

Fairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. India proof. 

840. GEORGIO WASHINGTON. SVPREMO Dvci EXERCITVVM ADSER- 
TORI LIBERTATIS. Bust, head to left. Circular medallion. The 
centre of a grouping of vignettes on an imperial folio sheet. Engraved 
with a roulette. 

Diameter 2 7-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 17 inches; width 15 5-16 inches. 

Fairman, Draper, Underwood & Co., 1830. India proof. 

The portrait on this sheet is after the Houdon type. 

841. Bust, head to right. Oval. One of a grouping of 

vignettes on a portion of an imperial folio sheet of vignettes containing 
portraits of Marshall, Van Buren, Chas. Carroll of Carrollton, Thos. 
H. Benton, Wm. Penn, Benj. West, etc., and another full-length por- 
trait of Washington standing to the left of a horse. 

Height i 1-16 inches; width 14-16 inch. 

Whole sheet, height 17 inches; width 14 5-16 inches. 

Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co. 



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842. Full length, in uniform, head to left; left arm resting on 

a horse foreshortened to right; chapeau held in the right hand. One of 
a group of vignettes on an imperial folio sheet containing another similar 
portrait of Washington, and portraits of Franklin, Webster, etc., so 
arranged as to form a square around a plain centre. Line. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height n 9-16 inches; length 15 indies. 

Presented by the New England Bank Note C? to M* Alex. Vattemare, 
for the American Album. Boston, U. S. A. 1841. India proof. 

843. Bust to left. Oval. One of a grouping of hundreds 

of bank-note vignettes on an imperial folio sheet, including three other 
portraits of Washington, after Stuart and Houdon, portraits of Presi- 
dents and other statesmen. Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 2-16 niches. 

Whole sheet, height 34 3-16 inches; width 29 inches. 

Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & C? Bank Note Engravers, Phila- 
delphia, New-York &> Boston. 

844. Bust, head to left. Oval (Houdon type). Engraved 

with a roulette. The centre of an imperial folio sheet containing hun- 
dreds of vignettes, including two other portraits of Washington after 
Stuart and Trumbull, and many portraits of statesmen. 

Height 7 9-16 inches; width 5 13-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 35 inches; width 25 12-16 inches. 

Rawdon, Wright, Hatch, & Edson, Bank Note Engravers New- York. 
India proof. 



845. Bust, head to left. Oval. The heading to an imperial 

folio sheet entitled " Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the 
United States." Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 35 12-16 inches; width 23 12-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinx. G. Fairman Sculp 1 . The vignette after Sully by 
G. Fairman. Similar to Baker No. 220. 



846. THE SAME. Before the portrait. 



847. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full length. The "Lansdowne Por- 
trait." Mixed. 

Height 25 is-i6 inches; width 20 4-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by C. W. Carter. 



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848. GEORGE WASHINGTON. FIRST IN WAR, FIRST IN PEACE, AND 
FIRST IN THE HEARTS OF HIS COUNTRYMEN 45 YEARS DEVOTED TO 
HIS COUNTRY. Bust, head to right. Oval in a rectangle. The head- 
ing to an imperial folio sheet entitled " Centennial Memorial of American 
Independence." Over the oval "Born in Westmorland County, Vir- 
ginia, February 22, 1732. Died at Mount Vernon, Virginia, December 
14, 1799." 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

American Bank Note Company, New York and Boston. Entered 
according to Act of Congress in the year 1873 by Joseph Leeds in the 
Office of the Librarian of Congress. Artist's proof. 



849. GEO. WASHINGTON. Born Feb. 22, 1732. In. March 4, 1789. 
Obt. Dec. 14, 1799 IE. 68. The upper left-hand portrait on an imperial 
folio sheet entitled "National Galaxy, containing the Portraits and 
Biographies of all the Presidents, with the Declaration of Independence 
and the Constitution of the United States"; the other portraits being 
the Presidents down to Polk. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Printed by S. N. Dickinson & Co. Boston 1846. Engraved by 
Nathaniel Dearborn. Rare. 



850. Bust, head to left. Vignette. The centre of an im- 
perial folio sheet containing the vignette portraits of all the Presidents 
down to Hayes. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 28-16 inches. 

Engraved by S. Hollyer. Artist's proof, signed. 



851. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head to left. Oval in a rectangle. 
The upper left-hand one of a grouping of seventeen other portraits of 
the Presidents down to Grant on an imperial folio sheet. Stipple. 

Height 4 5-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 
Whole sheet, height 14 inches; length 23 inches. 

Engraved by J. R. Rice, from Authentic Portraits. Published by 
T. S. Arthur fr 3 Son 1129 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Entered according 
to Act of Congress in the year 1876 by T. S. Arthur &* Son in the office 
of the librarian of Congress at Washington. 

852. Bust, head to right. Oval in a border. The heading 

to an engraved imperial folio sheet entitled "Diploma awarded by the 
American Institute." Line. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

American Bank Note Co. New York. 



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853. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. One of 16 portraits including 
the Presidents down to Wm. Henry Harrison, and Lafayette, Franklin, 
and Roger Williams, and thirty medallions of the coats-of-arms of the 
States; forming a border to Phelps' National Map of the United States 
1853. On imperial folio sheet. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 6-16 inches. 

Drawn and Engraved by J. M. Atwood N. Y. Entered according to 
Act of Congress in the year 1849 by Ensign fir" Thayer in the clerks office 
of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. 

854. GEORGE WASHINGTON. 1789 to 1797. Bust, head to right. 
Oval with an ornamented border, in which is the title. The heading 
to an imperial folio sheet entitled "Zachary Taylor. The People's 
Choice 1 2th President," in the centre of which is a large oval portrait 
of Zachary Taylor, encircled with portraits of eleven other Presidents. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width a 5-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 15 inches; width n 4-16 inches. 

Published by Read & Co., 10 Johnson's Court, Fleet St. 

855. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left, in an ornamented border, arched 
at the top. At the bottom of an imperial folio sheet entitled "Wash- 
ington's Farewell Address." Ornamented with vignettes of scenes in 
Washington's life. Stipple. 

Height 3 6- 1 6 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 16 14-16 inches; width xi 10-16 inches. 

Border drawn by W. Momberger. Lettering by W Kemble. 
Engraved &> Published by J. C. Buttre 48 Franklin St. N. Y. 

856. GEO. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height a 3-16 inches; width i 15-16 inches. 

Stenczel. Very rare. 

857. Full length in uniform, on horseback, receiving a salute. 

Vignette. Etched. 

Height 10 4-16 inches; width 8 2-16 inches. 

Jas Fagan Artist's proof on vellum, signed. 



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REMBRANDT PEALE TYPE. 

858. WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 16 inches; width 14 10-16 inches. 

From the Original Portrait Painted by Rembrandt Peale. Drawn 
on Stone by Rembrandt Peale. Lith. 0} Pendleton, 9 Wall St. Copy- 
right secured. Baker, page 171-173. 

Excessively rare, so much so that Baker only saw an imperfect copy. This is a remarkably fine 
copy with a full margin. Mr. Baker wrongly describes the " Patriae Pater" Portrait as the one referred 
to by Peale hi his communication to Wm. Dunlap (Arts of Design, vol. 2, p. 57) in which Peale says: 
" I was among the first of the Artists who employed this admirable method of multiplying original 
drawings. My first attempt in New York was a head of Lord Byron, and a female head from a work 
of Titian. In 1826, I went to Boston, and devoted myself for some time to lithographic studies, and 
executed a number of portraits and other subjects, and finally, a large drawing from my portrait of 
Washington, for which I obtained the silver medal from the Franklin Institute at Philadelphia, in 
1827. Unfortunately, the workmen by some neglect, destroyed this drawing on the stone, when but 
a few impressions were taken." The Portrait above described is the one really referred to by Peale, 
a fact which Mr. Baker discovered after the publication of " The Engraved Portraits of Washington," 
and up to the time of Mr. Baker's death he never saw but the imperfect copy herein mentioned; 
this is the only perfect copy that has come under my observation. 

859. WASHINGTON, PATRICE PATER. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval with a border surrounded by an oak wreath in a rectangle, 
the whole imitating stonework; a cloak or mantle hangs over the front 
of the oval, with a colossal antique head as a keystone. The title 
beneath the oval. Lithograph. 

Height 19 6-16 inches; width 15 6-16 inches. 

( From the Original Portrait Painted by Rembrandt Peale. Drawn 
on Stone by Rembrandt Peale. Copyright secured 1827. Pendleton's 
Lithography, Boston. Baker No. 379. Very rare. 

Fine brilliant impression of this very beautiful specimen of the lithographic art. 

860. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Lithograph. 

Height 23 inches; width 19 inches. 

R. Peale. Duval & Co. Drawn by Rembrandt Peale from his 
Original Portrait. Copy Right secured 1856. Baker No. 380. 

861. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Rembrandt Peale. H. B. Hall. New York, G. P. Putnam. Baker 
No. 381. India proof. 

862. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

863. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Eng 1 ? by H. B. Hall N. Y. 1865, after a Painting by Rembrandt 
Peale. Baker No. 382. 



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864. THE SAME. Proof before letters on India paper. 

865. " " India proof. 

866. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
with border surrounded by an oak wreath in a rectangle, the whole 
engraved to represent stonework. A cloak or mantle hangs over the 
front of the oval, with a colossal antique head as a keystone. Beneath 
the oval the words " Patriae Pater." Mezzotinto. 

Height 19 inches; width 15 2-16 inches. 

Rembrandt Peale pinx* Adam B. Walter sculpt Published by C. 
N. Robinson N. 248 Chestnut St. Philad a . Baker No. 384. India 
proof before letters. 

A close copy of the Lithograph No. 859. 

867. THE SAME. With the inscription, " Engraved from the original paint- 
ing of Washington from life by Rembrandt Peale. Respectfully Dedi- 
cated to the People of the United States." 

868. THE SAME. With the addition of " Goupil & Co. Paris & London" 
as publishers. 



REMBRANDT PEALE TYPE NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

869. G.WASHINGTON. Born February 2 2 d 1732. Dec'd December 14 th 
1799. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Rembrandt Peale Pinx* Lith. of P. Haas, Washington City. India 
proof. 

870. THE SAME. With background to imitate India paper. 

871. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to left. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 5 12-16 inches. 

872. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. 

Plumbeotyped. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

87 2$. G. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Lithograph. 

Height 22 14-16 inches; width 19 inches. 

Rembrandt Peale. P S Duval & Co Phil? 

A different portrait from that described by Baker No. 380, but a very dose copy. 



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WILLIAM BIRCH TYPE. 

873. GEO: WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval, with narrow border, on the upper part of a rectangle. An eagle 
with laurel wreath rests upon the top of the oval, and around the sides 
and base are flags, laurel branches, and war emblems. Over the eagle 
a circlet of ten stars. The title on a tablet in the rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 6 6-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Edwin, sc. Baker No. 385. 

From the American Artillerist's Companion, by Louis De Tousard. Philadelphia, 1800. 

874. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. 

Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Eng? by H. B. Hall, N. Y. from an Original Miniature by W m Birch 
in the Possession of Cha? G. Barney, Esq T . Baker No. 386. India 
paper proof. , 

Private plate. Only one hundred and twenty-five impressions taken, and the plate destroyed. 
Presentation copy to Henry B. Dawson, from Mr. Hoffman. 

875. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right, the left hand 

thrust in the breast. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

W. Read sc. London, Published Jari* 9, 1823 by Sir R. Phillips & 
Co. Bride Court, Bridge Street. 

876. THE SAME. Different state of the plate. 

877. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Ne a Bridges-Creek, le 22 Fevrier 1732, 
Mort le 14 De'cembre 1799. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
in a border, in the upper part of a rectangle; above a tablet in which is 
the title. 

Height s 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

A Paris, chez Menard & Desenne, Rue Git-le-Coeur N 8. Baker 
No. 388. 

878. THE SAME. Choice proof on India paper. The title "Washington" 
in open letters, the tablet without lines. Rare in this state. 

879. THE SAME. Before the publisher's address. 

880. GEORGE WASHINGTON, LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, the left hand 
thrust in the breast. Oval, with border resembling a picture-frame, 
leaning against some rocks in a landscape, and surrounded by flags and 



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war emblems. In the background, the rays of a setting sun. Oblong 
4to sheet. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Whole plate, height 8 7-16 inches; length n 14-16 inches. 

Painted by W Birch, Esq. of Carolina. Engraved by P Roberts. 
" This Plate is Humbly Dedicated to the Friends of the above Gentleman 
by their most Obedient Humble Serv* P. Roberts." London, Pub- 
lished as the Act directs April 10, 1800, by P. Roberts at Mr. Hollands, 
50 Oxford Street. Baker No. 389. Rare. 



881. THE SAME. With variation in the name of publishers. "Pub? by 
R. Pollard, Spa Fields London." 

882. THE SAME. With publisher's name as Lot 880, but with the addition 
of a printed biographical sketch of Washington. The whole on an im- 
perial folio sheet. Very rare in this state. 

883. HIS EXCEL? GEN!- GEO? WASHINGTON. Full bust, head 
three-quarters to right. The centre of an ornamental rectangle. Above, 
the sun dispersing clouds ; beneath, a female figure with right hand on a 
bundle of fasces and a child holding a pole surmounted with a liberty 
cap. Line. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 5 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by I. G. Walker. From a Picture by W. Birch. 1796 
Painted from Life in the Office of His Excellency The General, by the 
request of I. G. Van Staphorst Esq* of Amsterdam, in whose possession 
the original Portrait now is. " To I. G. Van Staphorst Esq* the par- 
ticular Friend of the General, this Print is with permission most re- 
spectfully Inscribed, by His Obliged & Obed 4 . Servant, I. G. Walker." 
Published as the Act directs June 21, 1800 by M r . Bowyer, Historic 
Gallery Pall Mall, M r . R Wilkinson N. 58 Cornhill, M r . Brewer the 
corner of Newgate Street 6 s /. G. Walker Church Lane, Hammersmith. 
Baker No. 390. Rare. 

884. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Circle, sur- 
rounded by an outer border of laurel leaves. Stipple. 

Diameter a ia-i6 inches. 

Baker No. 392. 

From ".the Columbiad, a Poem, By Joel Barlow, Paris 1813." 



885. THE SAME. Choice proof before the border of laurel leaves. 

Very rare in this state. 



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886. Bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval surrounded by 

a wreath, and inclosed by circular lines. Between the oval and the 
lines, the words, " Columbian Total Abstinence Society." Beneath the 
circle " Aux, To Washington T. B. S." Line, 

Height i ia-i6 inches; width i 6-16 inches. 
Evidently a reprint from the original plate. ~- 



WM. BIRCH TYPE NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

887. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a 

rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width a 11-16 inches. 

(After the Portrait on Enamel by W? Birch.) 

Choice proof before all letters. 

888. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, left hand 
thrust into the breast. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height r 15-16 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Similar to Baker No. 387. 

889. WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, left hand 
thrust into the breast. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height i 15-16 inches; width x 11-16 inches. 

Similar to Baker No. 387. 



JAMES SHARPLESS TYPE. 

890. G. WASHINGTON. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. 

Line. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 inches. 

Eng^ by H. B. Hall from a Miniature painted from life by Sharpless 
in 1796. Private Plate. Baker No. 394. 

India paper proof before the title. 

891. THE SAME. India paper proof, before the engraver's address. 



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JAMES SHARPLESS TYPE NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

892. G. WASHINGTON. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

From a Portrait by Sharpless Presented by Washington to Col Tal- 
madge Eng 1 ? by H. B. Hall & Sons for the Magazine of American 
History. 

893. THE SAME. India proof. 

894. " " " " before the publisher's address. 

895. " " Japan paper proof with publisher's address. 

896. " Brilliant early proof, before all letters, on India paper; 
not the usual reprint on India paper. 

897. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust and head in profile to left. 
Oval on a rectangle. Mezzotinto printed in colors. 

Height 9 7-16 inches; width 7 3-16 inches. 

Sharpless Fecit. S. Arlent Edwards Sculpsit. Published 1899, By 
J. Percy Sabin, 80 Nassau St. New York. Printed in colors and so 
signed by S. Arlent Edwards. 

898. THE SAME. Not in colors. Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 

899. GEN!- GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters 
to right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 9 inches; width 7 inches. 

Engraved by Max Rosenthal Philadelphia 1900. From a Sharpless 
Pastel owned in Philadelphia. Twenty five sets in five states of this 
plate printed and subscribed for, viz Artists Proof colored, and Signed. 
Artists Proof uncolored and Signed. India Paper Proof with Title. 
India Paper proof with subscription list 6r Impression from defaced 
plate. 

Sold as a lot. 

900. THE SAME. A set, from the first to the fifth trial proof. 5 pieces. 

901. Full bust and head in profile to left. Oval. Lithograph. 

Height 8 7-16 inches; width 6 9-16 inches. 



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902. Bust and head in profile to left. (Cut to outlines of 

portrait.) Pastel. 

Height 9 7-16 inches; width 7 3-16 inches. 

A Pastel portrait, being a very close copy of the same by James Sharp- 
less. 



MRS. E. SHARPLESS TYPE NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

903. G. WASHINGTON, 1796. Full bust, and head in profile to left. Vig- 
nette. Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Painted by Mrs E. Sharpless. Engraved by P. Hall. "Original 
Portrait in the possession of the Evans Family." 

904. G. WASHINGTON. Bust and head in profile to left. Oval. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

" Miniature of Washington on Ivory by Mrs Sharpless." 



SAINT-MEMIN TYPE. 

905. WASHINGTON. Profile bust in uniform to right. Oval. Mezzotinto. 

Height 10-16 inch; width 8-16 inch. 

Baker No. 395. 

Excessively rare; only three impressions had come under the observation of Mr. Baker. The 
one herein described is a brilliant impression with a fine margin. 

906. Profile bust, in uniform, to right. Oval, surrounded 

by laurel branches, with diverging rays; at the top a pen and sword 
crossed, and beneath on a ribbon "First in war, First in peace, First 
in the Hearts of his countrymen." 

Height 10-16 inch; width 8-16 inch. 

Baker No. 396. Extremely rare. 

From the Valedictory address of Washington to the People of the United States, Philad 1810. 

907. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

From the original Portrait done in crayon by C. B. J. F. de St. Memin, 
and now 1866, in the possession of J. Carson Brevoort Esq^ Elias 
Dexter, 564 Broadway, New York. Baker No. 397. (Engraved by 
Dudensing.) India proof. 

908. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

9 



I 3 



SAINT MEMIN TYPE NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

909. Profile bust, in uniform, to right. Oval, surrounded by 

laurel branches with diverging rays; at the top a pen and sword crossed, 
and beneath on a ribbon, "First in War, first in Peace & first in the 
hearts of his Countrymen." Around the oval a large circular wreath 
of oak leaves and corn-stalks, over which is an eagle and shield, with 
arrows in claw and ribbon in its beak; at the bottom bee-hive and war 
implements. 

Height 10-16 inch; width 8-16 inch. 

Whole engraving, height 5 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

Similar to Baker No. 396. Extremely scarce, no margin. 

910. WASHINGTON. Profile bust in uniform to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

From the St. Memin Crayon in possession of J. Carson Brevoort Esq. 
Eng d by H. B. Hall & Sons, New York. 

911. THE SAME. Large paper proof on Japanese paper. 

912. " " " India proof before letters. 

913. Profile head to left. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

(Etched by Albert Rosenthal after the original by St. Memin.) 

Artist's proof, signed, with portrait of St. Memin as remarque. 

914. THE SAME. Unfinished proofs. First and second states. Signed by 
Albert Rosenthal. 2 pieces. 

915. WASHINGTON. Bust in profile to right, with laureated head. Oval 

with border of olive leaves in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 4 13-16 inches. 

Engraved by Max Rosenthal from the Engraving by St. Memin in 
the St Memin collection owned by Hampton L. Carson Esq Phila. 
Border designed by the Engraver. Copyright by Max Rosenthal. 

Only twenty-five sets in four states of the plate printed and subscribed for: viz., Artist's proof 
signed, with small portrait of Washington after S. Memin as remarque; India proof with artist's 
address; India proof with list of subscribers; and impression from defaced plates. 

916. The first and second trial proofs. 2 pieces. 

917. Proof Impression of the Small Remarque Portrait from 
the preceding print. 

Height 8-16 inch; width 7-16 inch. 




FACSIMILE OF SEVEN PORTRAITS TAKEN AT RANDOM FROM THE 

SAINT MEMIN COLLECTION. LOT 925 
THE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON IS REVERSED 



9 1 8. The original drawing of the design for the border of 

print, lot No. 915. 

919. G. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform in profile to left. Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width- i 13-16 inches. 

The last portrait from life, 1798, age 66. En? x by Hollyer after S* 
Memin. 

Artist's proof on India paper, signed. No. 26 of 50 India proofs. 

920. WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform in profile to left. Oval in a 
rectangle. Stipple, 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 4 9-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Chas. B. Hall.) 

921. THE SAME. Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 

No. 3 of ten published in this state. 

922. THE SAME. Autograph proof on India paper. 

No. 3 of twenty proofs in this state. 

923. Bust in uniform in profile to left. Vignette. 

Wood engraving- 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

R. A. Muller, 1891. 

924. THE SAME. Signed proof on India paper. 



THE GREAT ST. MEMIN COLLECTION OF ENGRAVED 

PORTRAITS. 

The Artist's Own Collection of Proofs^ All Mounted, and Named in His Auto- 
graph, Consisting of 761 Portraits of Washington, Jefferson, 
Madison, and Other Noted Americans. 

925. St Memin's own personal collection of proofs of 761 Portraits Engraved 
from the life by him, all neatly mounted by himself, and named in his- 
autograph, including Portraits of Washington (2), Jefferson, Madison, 
Genl. Gates, Gen. Bloomfield, W. Bradford, DeWitt Clinton, Winthrop 
Sargent, Genl. Jas. Clinton, Commodore Decatur, Genl. Henry Lee, 
Commodore Perry, &c., including also Portraits of the artist and 
members of his distinguished family. 
In reference to the Artist and this collection Mr. Baker says: "Charles 



I 3 2 

Balthazar Julien Fevrel de Saint Memin, to whom we are indebted for 
the last portrait of Washington taken from life, was born at Dijon, France, 
on the 12 th day of March, 1770, and quite early in life showed an aptitude 
for design, and displayed considerable mechanical talent. 

" Destined for the profession of arms, he entered as a cadet at the military 
school in Paris April i, 1784, was appointed supernumerary Ensign in 
the following year, and Ensign April 27, 1788. His sympathies at the 
outbreak of the French Revolution were with the Royal family, and the 
army of the Princes being formed, he joined it, and served in that organi- 
zation until it was disbanded, at which time he was entitled to the rank of 
lieutenant-colonel, which was afterwards (Jan 29, 1817) conferred upon 
him by Louis XVIII, taking grade from May i, 1792. While with the 
army, he turned his attention, during his leisure hours, to drawing and 
painting. 

"He came to America from Switzerland, where he had learned to gild 
and carve in wood, landing in Canada in 1793, and from thence going to 
New York, in which city he learned to engrave. 

11 Towards the end of the last century, a Frenchman named Chretien 
had invented a machine, by means of which he copied the human profile 
mathematically accurate. This invention, termed Physionotracy, had 
great success. Saint Memin knowing of the popularity of this process, 
practiced also by Queneday and others, determined to introduce it into this 
country, and therefore applied himself to the construction of such a ma- 
chine, according to his understanding of it, and also made a pantograph. 

" His profiles were produced of life-size by the Physionotrace (of which 
one of Genl. Washington is described in lot No. 926) and finished in 
crayon"; the pantograph reduced them to the size required for the plate, the 
portrait being drawn on the copper, in a circle of a little more than two 
inches in diameter. Having thus obtained the perfect outline, the details 
were worked up by the graver, the shading being finished by the roulette, 
the latter tool made by a machine of his own invention. 

" These profile portraits, produced very rapidly, number about eight 
hundred and twenty, and are interesting, most of them being likenesses of 
the prominent personages of the time, Saint Memin travelling to all the 
principal cities of the Union for that purpose, his summers being passed 
with the family at Burlington, N. J., where he executed the engravings. 
In this he was assisted at first by a fellow-exile, M. de Valnuit, and the 
plates produced previous to 1797, when Valnuit returned to France, bear 
both their signatures. These plates became the property of the different 
sitters, Saint Memin retaining only a few impressions for his private 
collection. 

"While in Philadelphia in 1798, Saint Memin secured a profile of 
Washington, who was in that city during the month of November, engaged 
in organizing the army for the threatened war with France. This draw- 
ing was not engraved at the time like the others, being, as it would appear, 
an undertaking of his own, and was retained by him. It was purchased 



afar his death, from his nephew and heir, and is now in the possession of 
J. Carson Brevoort, Esqr., of Brooklyn, N. Y. It is a bust in uniform, 
half life-size, drawn in crayon on tinted paper, is strikingly characteris- 
tic, and bears every evidence of originality. The engraving by Dudensing 
is a fair rendering of this interesting profile, the last portrait of Wash- 
ington taken from life. 

"Saint Memin made a short visit to France in 1810, and returned 
finally in 1814. At the time of his decease, which occurred June 23, 
1852, he was Director of the museum at Dijon, to which office he had 
been appointed July 27, 1817. 

"After his return to France, Saint Memin arranged the impressions 
retained by him of his different plates in two sets, adding the names of 
the originals, which being done from memory, are not always correct. 
These sets purchased at the same time as the above mentioned drawing 
(November, 1859) were brought to this country. One of them is in the 
1 Cor cor an Gallery of Art,'' Washington, and the other is owned by Elias 
Dexter, of New York, who published Photographic Copies of them in 
1862. 

"All these prints except two of Washington, Wm. Bradford, Doctor 
Thornton, Thos. Jefferson, Mrs Law, B. Ferrand, Mrs Brockholst 
Livingston, Miss Surges, the Artist's Mother, Sister, and his own, are 
of the same size. One of the Washington's is marked 'Houdon' (the 
drawing, life-size, is also owned by Mr. Brevoort) and the other is found 
in the drawing above referred to. The latter, an oval, quite small, is 
beautifully executed, and it is presumed was not outlined on the plate in 
his usual manner." 

This set we are now describing is the one owned by Elias Dexter, and 
was purchased by Mr. Carson from his American agent several years 
ago. We have deemed it advisable to publish the list of portraits, with 
such identification as is afforded by the work published by Mr. Dexter. 
Mr. Carson's set is much larger than the one in the Corcoran 
Gallery. 



LIST OF PORTRAITS IN THE ST. MEMIN COLLECTION. 



No. 

63. Allen, John. Wealthy citizen of 
New York. 

126. Alden, Major Roger. Officer in the 
Revolution. 

180. Armat, Thos. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

319. Ash, Mrs. 

358. Alexander, Dr. Ashton. Physician 
of Baltimore. 

364. Alexander, Henry. Merchant of 
Baltimore. 



No. 

534. Atterbury, Louis. Son-in-law of 
Elias Boudinot. 

548. Anthony, J. C. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

551. Anderson, Thomas O. Mid-ship- 
man in the U. S. Navy. 

616. Anderson, Overton. Merchant of 
Richmond, Va. 

656. Adam, . 

753. Adam, Mrs. 



134 



No. 

9. Bradford, Wm. Officer in the Rev- 
olution. Att'y General of the 
U. S. 

ii. Burges, Miss. Daughter of Wm. 
Burges, Merchant of Philadel- 
phia. 

24. Breck, Miss Hannah. Daughter 
of Saml. Breck, of Boston. 

27. Barton, Benj. Smith. Distinguished 
Professor in the University of 
Pennsylvania. 

32. Busti, Mrs. Elizabeth. Wife of Paul 
Busti, of Philadelphia. 

36. Brumand, Mrs., of Philadelphia. 

41. Burral, Jonathan. Assistant Pay- 
master General in the Revolu- 
tion. 

51. Bruce, Dr. Archibald. Eminent 
New York Physician. Mineralo- 
gist. 

53. Beekman, , of New York. 

60. Barclay, Andrew D., of New York. 

61. Brown, Dr. 

66. Bell, Isaac. Merchant of New 

York. 
68. Bache, Theophylact. Merchant of 

New York. 
71. Bache, Wm. Eminent lawyer of 

New York. 

97. Beale, J. 

98. Blake, J. 
100. Brooks, . 

102. Brunei, Marc Isambard. Cele- 
brated French Engineer. Built 
the Thames Tunnel. 

no. Barney, Wm. Brother of Commo- 
dore Barney. Served in War of 
1812. 

129. Buckley, Anthony M. Distinguished 
citizen of Philadelphia. 

155. Bassett, Rich'd. Governor of Dela- 
ware. M. O. C. 

166. Bordley, J. B. Judge of the Provin- 

cial Court of Maryland. Friend 
of Washington. 

167. Breck, Ant. 

175. Biddle, Geo. Merchant of Phila- 

delphia. 

176. Birch, Wm. Young. Eminent phil- 

anthropist of Philadelphia. 

178. Boggs, James. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

186. Bloomfield, Jas. Governor of New 
Jersey and General War 1812. 



No. 

193. Brailsford, Edward, of South Caro- 
lina. 

222. Boyd, Gen. Jno. P. Brig. Gen'l 
War of 1812. 

227. Baer, Geo. Congressman from 
Maryland. 

237. Brazier, Amable. Philadelphia jew- 
eler. 

240. Badaraque, Thos. Merchant of 

Philadelphia. 

241. Bazile. Cuban planter. 

247. Bell, Mrs. Originally Miss Walker, 
of Petersburg, Va. 

251. Brumaud. 

262. Bache, Miss Helen. Daughter of 
Theophylact Bache, of New York. 

265. Bruneleau, . Merchant of Bal- 
timore. 

290. Boon, Gerrit. Agent of Holland 

Lard Company in Trenton. 

291. Bohlen, Jno. Merchant of Phila- 

delphia. 
293. Busti, Paul. Agent of the Holland 

Land Company in Philadelphia*. 
306. Biddle, Judgq, of Chambersburg, 

Penna. 

311. Brouard, . 

312. Boisgerard, Felix de. A Frenchman 

from San Domingo. 

330. Bowie, Robt. Governor of Mary- 
land, officer in the Revolution. 
342. Bland, Theodoric. Chancellor of 

Maryland. M. O. C. 
351. Buccanan, James H. Wealthy 

merchant of Baltimore. 
355. Barney, Louis. Son of Commodore 

Joshua Barney. 
370. Braestler, Chas. 
379. Brent, Richard. U. S. Senator from 

Virginia. 
393. Brent, Thos. L. L. U. S. Charge 

d' Affaires to Portugal. 
397. Burbeck, Gen. Henry. Brig. Gen'l 

War of 1812. 
409. Brent, Wm. Prominent citizen of 

Virginia. 
429. Bayard, Jas. A. U. S. Senator from 

Delaware. 
442. Blunt, Thos. Member of Congress 

from North Carolina. 
448. Baldwin, Simeon. Mayor of New 

Haven, Conn. 
450. Boudinot, Elias. President of the 

Continental Congress. 



135 



No. 

468. Brace, Jonathan. Member of Con- 
gress from Connecticut. 

472. Bartlet, Bailey. Member of Con- 
gress from Massachusetts. 

476. Burwell, Wm. A. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

479. Betton, Silas. Member of Congress 

from New Hampshire. 

480. Bedinger, Geo. M. Officer in the 

Revolution, early settler of Ken- 
tucky. 

486. Bryan, Joseph. Member of Con- 
gress from Georgia. 

489. Broom, James Madison. Member 
of Congress from Delaware. 

503. Beverley, Robt., of Virignia. 

511. Bullus, Dr. Jno. Navy agent Port 
of New York. 

525. Bartleman, . Merchant of 

Alexandria, Va. 

531. Butts, Dr. Elisha de. Eminent 
professor of Chemistry in Balti- 
more. 

541. Burwell, Carter. 

550. Burnet, Jacob. One of the founders 
of Ohio. 

557. Bell, John. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Virginia. 

579. Brown, J. Merchant of Richmond, 
Virginia. 

583. Briscoe, Henry L. Merchant of 
Manchester, Virginia. 

595. Barn, Joseph. 

596. Bates, James W. Member of Con- 

gress from Arkansas. 

607. Barbour, James. Governor of Vir- 

ginia, Sec. of War. 

608. Breckenridge, James. Member of 

Congress from Virginia. 

617. Burnet, , of Norfolk, Va. 

620. Bankhead, James, of Virginia. 

Officer in the Revolution. 
625. Brooke, Richard. Merchant of 

Richmond, Va. 
632. Broadfoot, J. B. Merchant of 

Charleston, South Carolina. 

635. Brown, Jno. 

636. Baron, Dr. Alexander, Jr., of 

Charleston, South Carolina. 
646. Baron, Dr. Alexander. Eminent 

physician of Charleston, South 

Carolina. 
66 1. Barnwell, Nathaniel. Planter of 

Beaufort, South Carolina. 



No. 

663. Barnwell,'Jno. G. Planter of Beau- 

fort, South Carolina. 
682. Burr, Aaron. Vice-President of the 

United States. 

705. Bossee, . 

712. Bloomfield, Gen. Joseph. Governor 

of New Jersey and Gen'l War of 

1812. 

714. Burr, Miss Theodosia. Only daugh- 
ter of Col. Aaron Burr. 
720. Bourcel, Mdme. 
729. Butts, Mrs. De. Wife of Dr. Elisha 

de Butts, of Baltimore. 
751. Bloomfield, Mrs. Wife of Governor 

Bloomfield, of New Jersey. 
757. Burr, Theodosia. Daughter of Col. 

Aaron Burr, when nine years of 

age. 

31. Cunningham, Mrs. Wife of Capt. 

Jno. Cunningham, of Philadelphia. 

32. Clay, Matthew. Congressman from 

Virginia. 

43. Cruger, Jno., of New York. 
54. Cummings, James, of New York. 
57. Clinton, Gen. James. Brig.-Genl. 

in the American Revolutidn. 

75. Codington, . 

78. Cuyler, James, of New York. 
94. Codrington, Captain. 

119. Caldwell, David. Clerk of the Dis- 

trict Court of the U. S. (Philadel- 
phia). 

1 20. Cruger, Peter. Merchant of New 

York. 

131. Cox, Daniel. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

135. Caldwell, S. R. Clerk of the Dis- 
trict Court of the U. S. (father of 
119). 

156. Caldwell, J. R. Lieutenant in the 
U. S. Navy. 

183. Cooper, . 

185. Cuthbert, Jno. American Consul 
to Hamburg. 

198. Cuthbert, James L. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

214. Chollet, T. 

218. Champneis, R. Merchant of 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

226. Carmick, Daniel. 

235. Chaudron, Simon. Silversmith of 
Philadelphia. 

242. Cottineau, Denis. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 



136 



No. 
245- 

252. 
261. 

274. 
275- 

33- 
34- 
310. 

314. 
327- 

332. 

333- 
334- 



375- 
376. 
378- 



402. 
414. 
416. 
427. 
428. 

459- 
464. 
469. 
473- 

477- 
533- 

539- 



Chevalier, Jno. A. French Consul 
at Richmond, Va. 

Chauveau, . 

Coulon, . Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

Chanceaume, . 

Chardon, Anthony. First manufac- 
turer of wall-paper in America. 

Comegys, . Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

Comegys, Cornelius. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

Coiron, . Merchant of 

Charleston, South Carolina. 

Contades, D. 

Carrere, Jno. Merchant of Balti- 
more. 

Carroll, Chas., of Carrollton. Signer 
of the Declaration of Indepen- 
dence. 

Carroll, Chas., Jr. Son of the pre- 
ceding. 

Calhoun, James. First Mayor of 
Baltimore. 

Coale, Edwd. J. Book-seller of 
Baltimore. 

Carter, . 

Campbell, I. 

Comegys, Jno. R. Lottery agent 
for the Washington Monument 
in Baltimore. 

Cassin, Capt. Jno. Lieutenant in 
U. S. Navy. 

Custis, G. W. P. Adopted son of 
Gen'l Washington. 

Coles, Isaac A. Officer in the War 
of 1812. 

Campbell, Jno. Member of Con- 
gress from Maryland. 

Clay, Joseph. Member of Congress 
from Philadelphia. 

Claiborne, W. C. C. Governor of 
Mississippi. 

Champlin, C. G. U. S. Senator 
from Rhode Island. 

Clinton, De Witt. Governor of 
New York. 

Claiborne, Thos. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

Clarke, Wm. Governor of Missouri. 

Craven, Tunis. Merchant of Vir- 
ginia. 

Cocke, B. Merchant of Alexan- 
dria, Va. 



No. 

561. Carter, Wm., of Virginia. 

562. Cooper, Jonathan. 
565. Carter, L. 

573. Carter, Landon, of Virginia. 

575. Cabell, Wm. H. Governor of Vir- 
ginia. 

584. Cabell, Nicholas, Jr. Brother of 
the preceding. 

587. Clarke, . 

588. Currie, James. Merchant of Vir- 

ginia. 
604. Carter, Peter. Planter of Albe- 

marle Co., Va. 
623. Carr, Dr. Physician of Burlington, 

N.J. 

634. Constable, A. J. 
665. Cockran, Thos. Merchant of 

Charleston, South Carolina. 
713. Carter, Robt. Eminent citizen of 

Virginia. 
724. Clinton, Mrs. De Witt. Wife of 

Governor Clinton, of N. Y. 
726. Chardon, Mrs. 
732. Cox, Mrs. Danl. Wife of Daniel 

Cox, of Philadelphia. 
737. Cummings, Mrs. Wife of James 

Cummings, of New York. 

739. Cabell, Mrs., of Virginia. 

740. Carter, Mrs. Mary. Wife of Dr. 

Robert Carter, of Virginia. 
742. Clinton, Mrs. General. Wife of 
Gen. James Clinton, of New 
York. 

744. Caldwell, Miss. Daughter of Sam- 
uel R. Caldwell, of Philadelphia. 
750. Conyers, Miss S., of Richmond, 
Va. 

20. Dutilh, Miss. Daughter of Stephen 
Dutilh, of Philadelphia. 

25. Duponceau, Mile. Daughter of 
Peter S. Duponceau, of Philadel- 
phia. 

34. Dubourg, W. L. V. A distin- 
guished R. C. Bishop. Founder 
of St. Mary's College, Baltimore. 

86. De Peyster, Nicholas, Jr., of New 
York. 

96. Derby, Jno. Merchant of New 
York. 

105. Delessert, . Merchant of New 

York. 

136. Dutilh, Edmund G. Merchant of 

Philadelphia. 

137. Dutilh, Edward, of Philadelphia. 



No. 

138. Dallas, Alex. J. Secretary of Treas- 
ury and Secretary of War. 

159. Duane, Wm. Editor of the "Au- 
rora." 

162. Dorsey, John. Celebrated amateur 
architect and designer of Phila- 
delphia. 

169. Dugan, John. A wealthy merchant 
of Philadelphia. 

181. Dickens, R. 

203. Door, Eben. 

204. Dodge, . Merchant of Rich- 

mond, Va. 

255. Ducatel, Edmund. Chemist of Bal- 

timore. 

256. Darien, , of Philadelphia. 

258. Dubarry, John. Merchant of Phil- 

adelphia. 

259. Ducorneau, . 

263. Dupan, . 

270. Dudrenec, . 

295. Duffield, John. 

299. Dutilh, Etienne. Merchant of Phil- 
adelphia. 

307. Dufief, Nicholas Gouin. French 
schoolmaster. 

322. Destrehan, . 

323. Debrigny, Peter. Governor of 

Louisiana. 
337. Dorsey, Walter. Chief Justice of 

Court of Oyer and Terminer of 

Baltimore. 
363. Dubois, N. 
365. Day, J. 
377. Dodge, . 

399. Dearborn, Geo. R. Son of Gen. 

Henry Dearborn. 

400. Dearborn, H. A. S. Son of Gen. 

Henry Dearborn, Member of Con- 
gress. 

401. Dearborn, Genl. Henry. Maj.-Gen. 

U. S. Army. 

404. Duval, Gabriel. Justice Supreme 
Court of the United States. 

407. Decatur, Stephen, Sr. Father of 
Commodore Decatur, commander 
of Sloop of War "Delaware." 

426. Davenport, John. Member of Con- 
gress from Connecticut. 

430. Dana, S. W. U. S. Senator from 
Connecticut. 

436. Dwight, Thomas. Member of Con- 
gress from Massachusetts. 



No. 

444. Dayton, Jonathan. Member of the 
Constitutional Convention. 

470. Davenport, Franklin. Member of 
Congress from New Jersey. 

499. Dennis, John. Member of Con- 
gress from Maryland. 
' 521. Deveaux, Thomas. 

524. Dick, Dr. Physician to Gen. Wash- 
ington. 

531. De Butts, Elisha. Chemist of Bal- 
timore. 

586. Delaplaine, Jno. F. Merchant of 
New York. 

621. Dalton, Dr., of Charleston, South 
Carolina. 

644. Dent, Jno. H. Lieutenant in U. S. 
Navy. 

648. Drayton, John. Governor of South 
Carolina. 

650. Decatur. Stephen. Commodore in 
U. S. Navy. 

658. Destouches, . 

664. Dawson, John. Merchant of Char- 
leston, South Carolina. 

673. Deveaux, Barnwell. Lawyer of 
Beaufort, South Carolina. 

680. Delagrange, Miss. 

686. Dwerhagen, H. C. Merchant of 
Baltimore. 

691. Dacossa, . 

703. Desobry, . Merchant of New 

York. 

715. Delacroix, Marie J. Wife of J. M. 
J. Delacroix, of New York. 

722. Dutilh, Catharine M. Wife of 
Stephen Dutilh, of Philadelphia. 

725. Delage de Volade, Natalie. Daugh- 
ter of Paul Joseph Jean Delage de 
Volade. 

736. Davenport, Miss. 

749. Drayton, Mrs. John. Wife of the 

Governor of South Carolina. 
19. Erskine, Mrs. David. Wife of Mr. 
Erskine, British Minister to the 
U. S. 
40. Evans, J. B., of Philadelphia. 

172. Edwards, Wm. 

344. Ellicott, J., of Baltimore. 

398. Eaton, Gen. Wm. U. S. Consul at 
Tunis. 

443. Eppes, Jno. W. U. S. Senator from 
Virginia. 

517. Edwards, . 

609. Edbretz, J. 



138 



No. 

619. 

626. 

674. 
694. 

707. 

16. 
73- 

112. 
141. 
171. 

209. 
246. 
267. 
288. 
3 08. 

362. 
410. 
4I3- 
5I3- 



576. 
690. 
7 l8. 
727. 

29. 
I4O. 



182. 
I9O. 

199. 
2OO. 
22O. 

228. 
234- 



Edwards, James. 

Everett, Charles. Prominent Citi- 
zen of Virginia. 

Elliott, Benj. Lawyer of Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Edwards, Edward. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

Erskine, Hon. David. Lord Er- 
skine, Minister from Great Brit- 
ain to the U. S. 

Ferrand, B. 

Ferguson, , of New York. 

Ferguson, John. Mayor of New 
York. 

Franklin, Walter. Attorney Gen- 
eral of Pennsylvania. 

Fothergill, Dr. Anthony. Cele- 
brated physician of England. 

Freeman, T. B., of Philadelphia. 

Fazi, . 

Foucher, . 

Forsyth, Alex. 

Fayolle, Peter. French exile, of 
Charleston, S. C. 

Forbes, John, of the Eastern Shore, 
Maryland. 

Fenwick, Capt. Jno. R.- Officer in 
the U. S. Navy War of 1812. 

Foxhall, Henry. Ironfounder of 
Georgetown, D. C. 

Frey, . Nephew of Col. Swan, 

of the U. S. Army. 

Fitzhugh, Wm. H. Father-in-law 
of Geo. W. P. Custis. 

Fuller, . 

Facio, 

Fitch, Miss. 

Foxhall, Mrs. Henry. Wife of Henry 
Foxhall, of Georgetown, D. C. 

Guenin, , of Philadelphia. 

Giles, Gen. Aquillar, of the Revolu- 
tion, Marshal of the District of 
New York. 

Gay, Jno. 

Giles, James. Lieutenant in the 
Revolution. 

Gray, . 

Gray, Sullivan. 

Gwynn, Wm. Proprietor and editor 
of "The Federal Gazette." 

Gervais, Jno. L. Member of the 
Continental Congress. 

Georges, . Clerk for Stephen 

Girard. 



No. 

250. Gardette, James. Genl. Washing- 
ton's dentist. 

260. Girardin, L. H. Author of the con- 
tinuation of Burk's Virginia. 

269. Gervais, Jr., of South Carolina. 

277. Garchet, . 

284. Gilmor, Mrs. Robt. Wife of Robt. 
Gilmor, of Baltimore. 

324. Guenet, . French dancing- 

master of Philadelphia. 

325. Gourgeon. 

341. Goodwin, Lyde, Jr. Judge of the 
Criminal Court of Baltimore. 

352. Gilmor, Robt. Merchant of Balti- 

more. 

353. Gilmor, Wm. Merchant of Balti- 

more, son of the preceding. 

361. Goddart, J., of Baltimore. 

368. Grequiere, F. W., of Baltimore. 
Lost at sea. 

380. Glenn, Elias. Judge of the Crimi- 
nal Court of Baltimore. 

415. Goldsborough, C. W. Clerk in the 
Navy Department of the U. S. 

465. Groves, Chas. 

487. Griffith, . 

493. Goodrich, Chauncy. Lieut.-Gov. of 
Connecticut. 

500. Griffin, Thomas. Congressman 
from Virginia. 

515. Gates, Gen. Horatio. Maj.-Gen. in 
the Revolution. 

553. Graham, Jno. Minister-Plenipo- 
tentiary to Brazil. 

556. Gaines, Gen. Edmund P. Brig.- 
Gen. in the War of 1812. 

563. Gibson, Patrick. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

568. Gibson, Alex. Merchant of Rich- 

mond, Va. 

569. Gray, Wm. 

671. Gourdin, Theodore. Planter of 

South Carolina. 

672. Green, Thomas. 

706. Gilman, Benj. Ives. Son of Jos 
Gilman, Chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Safety of New Hamp- 
shire. 

23. Hampton, Gen. Wade, of South 
Carolina. Distinguished in the 
Revolution. 

56. Hill, Dr. Physician of New York. 

90. Hart, Abraham, of New York. 
1 1 6. Hallo well, . 



No. 

148. Hurst, J. H. Lawyer of Philadel- 

phia. 

149. Hurst, Wm. Physician of Philadel- 

phia. 

163. Hamilton, Andrew. Wealthy gen- 
tleman of Philadelphia. 

211. Hazlehurst, Robt. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

217. Heysham, Robt. Served in the 
Revolution at Trenton when only 
1 6 years old. 

271. Hewson, Miss Eliza. Daughter of 
Dr. Wm. Hewson, of Philadel- 
phia. 

283. Hazlehurst, Samuel. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

331. Hanson, Alex. F. Chancellor of 
Maryland. M. O. C. 

340. Hollingsworth, Francis. Merchant 
of Baltimore. 

354. Hollins, Jno. Merchant of Balti- 
more. 

368. Haskin, . 

391. Hazlehurst, . 

421. Henry, Dr. Isaac. Surgeon in the 
U. S. Navy. 

435. Hastings, Seth. Member of Con- 
gress from Massachusetts. 

447. Harrison, Gen. W. H. President of 
the U. S. 

453. Harper, Robt. G. United States 
Senator from Maryland. 

455. Hill, Wm. H. Member of Congress 
from North Carolina. 

458. Holmes, David. Governor of Mis- 
sissippi. 

471. Hosmer, H. L. Member of Congress 
from New York. 

488. Huger, Benj. Member of Congress 
from South Carolina. 

504. Howison, Wm., of Annapolis, Md. 

509. How, Robt. F. 

516. Hambleton, Saml. 

522. Herbert, Jno. C. Wealthy citizen 
of Alexandria, Va. 

564. Hubner, Jno. C. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

598. Harris, T. H. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

611. Heth, Col. Henry, of Virginia. 

612. Harrison, Benj. Planter of Vir- 

ginia. 

630. Heyward, Nathaniel. Planter of 
Combahee, S. C. 



No. 

652. Heyward, Nathaniel, Jr. Planter 

of Beaufort, S. C. 
660. Harper, Arthur. 
668. Huger, Jno., of South Carolina. 
677. Hall, Henry, of Charleston, S. C. 

683. Hewson, Dr. Wm. Physician of 

Philadelphia. 

684. Herron, Walter. Ropemaker of 

Norfolk, Va. 

699. Hazlehurst, Andrew. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

710. Hudson, Benj. 

752. Herron, Mrs. Walter. Wife of Wal- 
ter Herron, of Virginia. 

133. Irwin, J. B. Merchant of Philadel- 
phia. 

144. Iredell, Judge James. Justice of the 
Supreme Court of the U. S. 

273. Imbert, Felix. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

395. Izard, Ralph. Officer in the U. S. 
Navy. 

649. Irving, Jno., of Charleston, S. C. 

716. Ismenard, Miss. 

746. Imley, Mrs. Wife of Jas. H. Imley, 
Member of Congress from New 
Jersey. 

10. Jefferson, Thos. Author of the 
Declaration. President of the U. 
S. 

80. Jay, Peter Augustus. 

115. Jenkins, . 

150. Johns, Kensey. Chief Justice of 
Delaware. 

192. Johnson, J. C. 

224. Jacobs, Doctor, of Philadelphia. 

276. Jay, Miss. 

381. Johnson, Thomas. Member of the 
Continental Congress. Governor 
of Maryland. 

441. Jefferson, Thomas. President of 
the U. S. 

501. Jackson, Gen. James. Officer in 
Revolution and U. S. Senator from 
Georgia. 

528. Jones, Judge. 

546. Jones, Skelton. Celebrated duellist 

of Richmond, Va. 
' 580. Jefferson, Peter. Brother of Thos. 

Jefferson. 

601. Johnson, Peter. Celebrated Vir- 
ginia Judge. 

613. Johnston, . Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 



140 



No. 

717. Jay, Miss Maria. Daughter of Jno. 
Jay, of New York. 

738. Johnson, Lady. Wife of Sir Jno. 

Johnson, of New York. 
48. Kennedy, Hon. Robt. Born of 
English parents at Newark, N. J. 
Brother of the Earl of Cassilis. 
62. Kemper, Daniel. Wealthy gentle- 
man of New York. 

191. Kinsey, James. Member of the 
Continental Congress. Chief Jus- 
tice of New Jersey. 

232. Kuhl, Frederick, of Philadelphia. 

233. Kuhl, Henry, of Philadelphia. 
424. King, Benj. 

554. Kerr, I. 

603. Kinney, Jacob, of Virginia. 
647. King, Miles. Navy agent of Nor- 
folk, Va. 
678. Knox, , of Charleston, S. C. 

687. Kalkman, C. F. Merchant of Bal- 

timore. 

688. Konig, C. S. Merchant of Balti- 

more. 
730. Kennedy, Mrs. Robert. Wife of 

Hon. Robt. Kennedy, of New 

York. 
8. Ludlow, Mrs. Danl. Wife of Danl. 

Ludlow, merchant of New York. 
12. Law, Mrs. Wife of Thos. Law, of 

Washington, who was brother of 

Lord Ellenborough. 
15. Livingston, Mrs. B. Wife of Judge 

Brockholst Livingston, of New 

York. 
18. Laval, Capt. Jacinth, of the United 

States Army, resided in South 

Carolina. 
35. Lawrence, Capt. James, of the U. S. 

Navy. Commanded the Chesa- 
peake. 
42. Lagarenne, Charles De, of France. 

Sometime a merchant in New 

York. 
47. Lucet, Eugene, of the French Navy. 

Wine merchant in New York. 
81. Ludlow, Daniel. Merchant of New 

York. 

83. Livingston, Schuyler. Son of Wal- 
ter Livingston, of New York. 
85. Ludlow, Jno. C. Wealthy gentle- 
man of New York. 
92. Laight, Edward W. Distinguished 

citizen of New York. 



No. 

104. Livingston, Robert R. Chancellor 
of the State of New York. 

in. Lincklaen, Jno. Dutch Naval Offi- 
cer, afterward resided in New 
York. 

123. Latimer, James. Lawyer and mer- 
chant of Delaware. 

132. Leech, . Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

139. Levy, Sampson. Eminent lawyer 
of Philadelphia. 

231. Landais, Capt. Pierre. Captain of 
the Alliance in the Navy of the 
Revolution. 

239. Lagarenne, De. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

248. Laneuville, De. 

257. Lacoste, . 

264. Loup, . 

279. Loir, J. B., of Philadelphia. 

281. Lagrange, De. 

294. Lewden, Joseph. 

302. Livingston, Mrs. Eliza. Wife of 
Schuyler Livingston, of New York. 

387. Lespinasse, De. 

406. Lee, Gen. Henry. Gen'l in the 
Revolution. Governor of Vir- 
ginia. 

420. Lewis, Meriwether. Governor of 
Upper Louisiana. 

425. Laughlin. 

433. Livingston, Henry Walter. Mem- 
ber of Congress from New York. 

446. Lee, Silas. Member of Congress 
from Massachusetts. 

456. Leib, Dr. Michael. U. S. Senator 
from Pennsylvania. 

467. Latimer, Henry. Surgeon in the 
Army of the Revolution. 

474. Lewis, Joseph. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

483. Lee, Wm. 

496. Lowndes, Thomas. Member of 
Congress from South Carolina. 

545. Lynn, A. Silversmith of Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

560. Lomax, Jno. Taylor. Judge of the 
Circuit Court of Virginia. 

567. Luckett, J. N. 

615. Lindsay, Capt. Robt., of Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

670. Livingston, Miss Eliza. Daughter 
of Judge Brockholst Livingston, 
of New York. 



No. 

689. Lohman, C. R. 

696. Law, S. A. 

733. Livingston, Mrs. Sarah. Wife of 

Philip P. Livingston, of New 
York. 

734. Levy, Mrs. Mother of Sam'l Levy, 

of Philadelphia. 

735. Lincklaen, Mrs. Helen. Daughter 

of Benj. Ledyard, of Connecticut. 
745. Levy, Mrs. Martha. Wife of Hugh 

Nelson, of Virginia. 
6. Moreau, Jean Victor. Celebrated 

French General. 

22. Macllvaine, J., of Burlington, N. J. 
44. Macomb, Alex. Father of Gen'l 

Alex. Macomb. 
49. Macomb, Jno. Navarre. Merchant 

of New York. 
52. Morton, Jno. Merchant of New 

York. 
59. Morton, Jno. 

64. Moses, Solomon. Merchant of New 

York. 

65. Morton, Washington. Lawyer of 

New York. 
72. Moseby, Captain. Served in the 

War of 1812. 
74. Marston, Thomas. Merchant of 

New York. 

76. Mouchet, Joseph. 

77. McEvers, Charles, of the firm of 

Leroy, Bayard & McEvers, of 
New York. 
117. McTavish, Simon, of Baltimore. 

127. Murgatroyd, S. Merchant of Phil- 

adelphia. 

128. Murgatroyd, Daniel. Merchant of 

Philadelphia. 

161. McKie, J. Merchant of Baltimore. 
165. Morris, Samuel. Governor of the 

Fishing Club on the Schuylkill, 

Phila. 

170. Miens, . 

184. Morell, P., of Philadelphia. 

187. Mcllvaine, Dr., of Burlington, N. J. 

188. Mcllvaine, J., of Burlington, N. J. 
196. Murray, Rev. Jno. First Universal- 

ist Minister of Boston. 

219. MacCleary, . 

236. Mouchet, Joseph. 

238. Monges, Dr. John. Physician of 

Philadelphia. 
289. Meschert, M. A. Merchant of 

Philadelphia. 



No. 

297. Martin, Miss. Daughter of Luther 
Martin, of Baltimore. 

320. Morton, Mrs. M. S. K. Wife of Jno. 
Morton, merchant of New York. 

326. Majastre, . 

336. McHenry, James. Member of the 
Continental Congress. 

359. McDowell, Dr. Jno. Physician of 
Baltimore. 

445. Machir, James. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

451. Morris, Lewis R. Member of Con- 

gress from Vermont. 

452. Mason, Jonathan. U. S. Senator 

from Massachusetts. 

490. Mitchell, Nahum. Member of Con- 
gress. 

507. McDaniel, Jno. Clerk in the Navy 
Dept., Washington. 

510. May, Dr. Frederick. Eminent phy- 
sician of Washington, D. C. 

514. Morton, . 

535. Mackea, Capt. 

540. Moore, Thos. Member of Con- 
gress from South Carolina. 

543. Muse, Carter. 

552. Mosby, Jno. G. Planter of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

559. Marks, Hyman. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

571. Minor, Garnett. Lawyer of Fred- 
ericksburg, Va. 

574. Mercer, Hugh. Son of Gen'l Hugh 
Mercer, of the Revolution. 

577. Muse, Lawrence, of Virginia. 

592. Marshall, John. Chief Justice of 

the United States. 

593. Marshall, Thomas. Son of the pre- 

ceding. 

594. Murry, P. Merchant of Richmond, 

Va. 

599. Mayo, Jno., of Richmond, Va. 

600. Madison, James. President of the 

United States. 
618. Mosby, Benj. Paymaster in the 

War of 1812. 
633. Mendenhall, . 

637. Macomb, Gen. Alex. Maj.-Gen. in 

the U. S. Army. 

638. Mulford, Capt. 

640. Means, Rev. Robt. Clergyman of 

South Carolina. 
651. Moncreif, Jno. Merchant of South 

Carolina. 



142 



No. 

653. MacNeal, Neil. Merchant of 
Charleston, South Carolina. 

659. MacNeal, Capt. Sea captain of 
Charleston, S. C. 

685. Manhardt, C. L. German Mer- 
chant of Philadelphia. 

704. Messimy, De. 

719. Macomb, Mrs. Alex. 

728. McEvers, Mrs. Chas. Wife of Chas. 
McEvers, merchant of New York. 

741. Macomb, Miss. Sister of Gen'lAlex. 

Macomb. 

33. Nightingale, T. 

58. Norton, Jno. L. Wealthy gentle- 
man of New York. 

497. Newton, Thos. Member of Con- 
gress of Virginia. 

591. Nelson, Wm. Officer in the Revo- 
lution. Professor in William 
and Mary College, Va. 

602 . Nelson, , of Virginia. 

627. Nivison, Wm. T. Lawyer of Nor- 

folk, Va. 

628. Nicholas, Geo. Brother of Gov- 

ernor Nicholas, of Virginia. 

657. Nelson, Hugh. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

746. Nelson, Mrs. Eliza. Wife of James 

H. Imley, of New Jersey. 
38. Ormsby, Mrs. 

88. Ogden, Nathaniel. Merchant of 

New York. 

89. Ogden, John, of New York. 
125. Old, Jacob, of Lancaster, Pa. 

164. Old, Davis. Ironmaster of Lancas- 
ter, Pa. 

348. O'Rourke, Charles, of Baltimore, 
Md. 

350. Oliver, John. Merchant of Balti- 
more, Md. 

369. Owings, T. D., of Baltimore, Md. 

373. Owings, Nimrod, of Baltimore, Md. 

679. Ormsby. 

695. Old, S., of Lancaster, Pa. 

698. Ogden, David B. Eminent lawyer 
of New York. 

700. O'Hara, James. One of the 
founders of Pittsburg, Pa. 

143. Penington, Isaac. Father of Ed- 
w'd Penington, bookseller of Phil- 
adelphia. 

154. Park, Dr. Thomas, of Philadelphia. 

157. Peale, Charles Willson. Eminent 
Artist and Revolutionary Patriot. 



No. 

205. Pfister, Philip. Bookseller of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

212. Phillips, James. 

215. Poyntell, Wm. Wealthy English- 
man of Philadelphia. t 

266. Perpignan, . Goldsmith of 

Philadelphia. 

268. Pecholier, G. Broker of Philadel- 
phia. 

286. Phillips, R. 

318. Poignan, . 

357. Potter, Dr. Nathaniel. Professor of 
Medicine in the University of 
Maryland. 

383. Pinkney, Capt. Chas., of Maryland. 

431. Purviance, Sam. D. Member of 
Congress from North Carolina. 

434. Pickering, Timothy. Officer in the 
Revolution. Secretary of State. 

440. Poindexter, Geo. Governor of 
Mississippi. 

462. Powell, Levin. Gallant officer in 
the Revolution from Virginia. 

481. Plumer, Wm. Governor of New 
Hampshire and U. S. Senator. 

494. Parker, Jonah. Member of Con- 
gress from Virginia. 

518. Peter, Robert, of Georgetown, 
D. C. 

558. Pollock, Allan. Merchant of Rich- 
mond, Va. 

582. Pleasants, Archibald. Merchant of 
Richmond, Va. 

641. Proileau, Dr. P. G. Eminent phys- 
ician of Charleston, S. C. 

643. Perry, Com. O. H. Distinguished 
Commodore in the U. S. Navy. 

654. Price, Thomas. Planter of Charles- 
ton, S/C. 

662. Porteous, Jno. Planter of Beaufort, 

S. C. 

95. Quincy, Josiah. Congressman, 
Mayor of Boston, and Presid't of 
Harvard College. 

702. Quincy, Mrs. Josiah. 
28. Rodney, Caesar A. Attorney Gen- 
eral of the United States. 
67. Ramsay, Wm., of New York. 

69. Rogers, Benj. Woolsey. Merchant 

of New York. 

70. Ramsay, Chas. Merchant of New 

York. 

79. Reedy, David. Insurance broker of 
New York. 



143 



No. 

124. Rodman, Wm. Served in the Rev- 
olution, Member of Congress. 

130. Reardan, D. 

147. Reed, Joseph. Recorder of Phila- 
delphia. 

153. Rush, Dr. Benjamin. Signer of the 
Declaration of Independence. 

177. Reynolds, John. Merchant of Phil- 
adelphia. 

189. Richards, Wm., of Philadelphia. 

201. Revere, Paul. The Mercury of the 
Revolution. 

282. Rodman, Thomas. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

305. Rodgers, . 

382. Ross, James. Member of Congress 
from Pennsylvania. 

384. Ridgely, Charles S., of Baltimore, 
Md. 

439. Read, Nathan. Judge of Hallo- 
well, Maine. 

461. Randolph, David Meade, of Vir- 
ginia. 

508. Rodgers, Henry, of Delaware. 

520. Rochmont, De. 

544. Ricketts, Benj. 

547. Rochmont, De. 

566. Roddey, . 

585. Rootes, Edmund W. Merchant of 
Richmond, Va. 

614. Robertson, Thos. Boiling. Gov- 
ernor of Louisiana. 

635. Ricketts, Benj. 

642. Russell, Nathaniel. Merchant of 
Charleston, S. C. 

721. Randolph, Mrs. David. Wife of 
D. M. Randolph, of Virginia. 

723. Ramsay, Eleanor. Wife of Geo. 
Fitzwilliam, of Trinidad. 

1. St. Memin, C. B. J. Fevret de. The 

Artist who drew from life and en- 
graved the portraits in this collec- 
tion. 

2. St. Memin, B.C. Fevret de. Father 

of the Artist. 

3. St. Memin, E. C. A. Fevret de. 

Youngest sister of the Artist. 

4. St. Memin, Madame de. Mother of 

the Artist. 

5. St. Memin, C. B. J. Fevret de. The 

Artist. 

37. Schuyler, Miss Cornelia. Daughter 
of Gen. Philip Schuyler, of New 
York. 



No. 
84. Seton, Jno. Curson. Merchant of 

New York. 

87. Seton, Wm. Distinguished mer- 
chant of New York. 

101. Schweighauser, . Merchant of 

New York. 

113. Sitgreaves, Wm., of Easton, Pa. 

145. Smith, Gen. Samuel, of Baltimore. 

158. Savage, Jno. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

1 60. Stuart, Dr. James, of Baltimore, 
Md. 

173. Smith, Allen, of Philadelphia. 

216. Simmons, . Coachmaker of 

Philadelphia. 

221. Smith, Chas. H. Paymaster in the 
U. S. Navy. 

253. Salles, Lewis, of Philadelphia. 

254. St. Quily, . 

272. Smith, Mrs. Allen. Wife of Allen 

Smith, of Philadelphia. 
280. St. George, de. 
300. Sargeant, Winthrop. Governor of 

Mississippi Territory. 

313. Soissons, . 

321. Sauve, . 

328. Seton, Mrs. Ann Eliza. Daughter 

of Dr. Rich'd Bayley, of New 
York. 

329. Soulier, Jno. Marie. Merchant of 

Philadelphia. 
335. Smith, Thorowgood. Mayor of 

Baltimore, Md. 
343. Smith, Robert. Secretary of Navy 

and State. 

345. Sterrett, Sam'l. Member of Con- 

gress from Maryland. 

346. Sterrett, Charles, of Baltimore, Md. 

347. Sterrett, Andrew. Officer in the U. 

S. Navy. 
349. Smith, Louis B. Son of Gen'l 

Samuel Smith, of Baltimore, 

Md. 
356. Shaw, J., of Baltimore, Md. 

372. Shepherd, . 

390. Smith, Alex. 

411. Swan, Caleb. Paymaster-General 

U. S. Army. 
417. Stewart, Com. Chas. Commodore 

U. S. Navy. 

437. Stedman, Wm. Member of Con- 
gress from Massachusetts. 
449. Sedgwick, Theodore. United States 

Senator from Connecticut. 



144 



No. 
454- 



460. 
463- 
475- 
482. 
492. 
502. 
5i9- 
53- 

536. 
537- 

538. 
555- 

610. 
624. 

6 39- 
645- 
655- 
667. 

675- 
692. 



Smith, Gen. Samuel. Col. in the 
Revolution and Maj.-Gen. in War 
of 1812. 

Sitgreaves, Samuel. Member of 
Congress from Pennsylvania. 

Smith, Jno. Member of Congress 
from New York. 

Stephenson, James. Member of 
Congress from Virginia. 

Sailly, Peter. Member of Congress 
from New York. 

Smith, Jno. Cotton. Governor of 
Connecticut. 

Smith, Jno. Officer in the U. S. 
Navy. 

Sherburne, J. S. Member of Con- 
gress from New Hampshire. 

Smyth, Alex. Maj.-Gen'l in the 
War of 1812. 

Sutton, . 

Sandford, Wm. Sailmaker of Alex- 
andria, Va. 

Semmes, Thos. Eminent physician 
of Alexandria, Va. 

Scott, Joseph. Capt. in the Revo- 
lution from Virginia. 

Smith, Jno. S. 

Somerville, Wm. C. Lawyer of 
Maryland. 

Simons, Rev. James Dewar. Cler- 
gyman of Charleston, S. C. 

Smith, Gen. Benj. Governor of 
North Carolina. 

Stoney, Jno. Merchant of Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Shrewsbury, 
S. C. 

Smith, H. 

Sperry, 



of Charleston, 



. Merchant of Phila- 
delphia. 

693. Smyth, Mrs. Alex., of Wyth Co., 
Virginia. 

701. Smith, Jno. R. 

711. Spaight, Wm. 

731. Sargeant, Mrs. Winthrop. Wife of 
Winthrop Sargeant, of Philadel- 
phia. 

747. Smith, Mrs. Robt. Wife of Robt. 
Smith, of Baltimore, Md. 

755. Stoney, Mrs. Jno. Wife of Jno. 

Stoney, of Charleston, S. C. 

756. Seze, Madame de, of New York. 

17. Thornton, Dr. Wm. Laid out the 
city of Washington. 



No. 

21. 



82. 



91. 
103. 

134- 
195- 

223. 
226. 

244. 

249. 
287. 
298. 

3I5- 
316. 

3I7- 

371- 

385. 
390- 

408. 
412. 



4l8. 
419. 
432. 

466. 

478. 
484- 
485. 
491. 
49 8. 



512. 
526. 



Trippe, Capt. Jno. Brave lieuten- 
ant in the U. S. Navy under 
Preble, before Tripoli. 

Turner, , of the firm of Lang, 

Turner & Co., Printers, New 
York. 

Thompson, Thomas, of New York. 

Tallyrand, Perigord C. M. de. 
Celebrated French Diplomatist. 

Taylor, Charles, of Boston, Mass. 

Thompson, Geo. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

Planter of Cuba. 
Artillery Officer U. 



Merchant of Phil- 



Tregant, . 

Tousard, Gen. 
S. Army. 

Tarascon, L. A. 
adelphia. 

Thieubert, . 

Turner, Wm. 

Trest, Hoare Brows. Collector of 
the Port of New York. 

Trigant, Jr., of Philadelphia. 

Trigant, Sr., of Philadelphia. 

Trigant, De la Tour. Son of the 
preceding. 

Tilghman, W. H. 

Thorndyke, . 

Tingey, Capt. Thos., of the United 
States Navy. 

Taylor, Joseph, of Mount Airy, Vir- 
ginia. 

Tucker, Thos. T. Patriot of the 
Revolution, Member of Congress 
from South Carolina. 

Thomas, Capt., of Philadelphia. 

Thompson, Capt. 

Thacher, Sam'l. Member of Con- 
gress from Massachusetts. 

Truxton, Thomas, Jr. Officer in 
the U. S. Navy. 

Thomas, Jno. C. Member of Con- 
gress from Maryland. 

Thomas, David. Member of Con- 
gress from New York. 

Thompson, T. W. United States 
Senator from New Hampshire. 

Thompson, Philip R. Member of 
Congress from Virginia. 

Thompson, . 

Taylor, Jno. U. S. Senator from 
South Carolina. 

Turner, Charles. 

Thompson, P. Merchant of Alex- 
andria, Va. 



145 



Taylor, J. 

Tazewell, L. W. Governor of Vir- 
ginia. 

Triplett, Daniel. Merchant of 
Richmond, Va. 

Taylor, Thomas, of Richmond, Va. 

Tucker, St. George. Judge of the 
Court of Appeals of Virginia. 

Trigg, Guy L. 

Turner, Thos. 

Taylor, Mrs. Wife of Thos. Tay- 
lor, of Richmond, Va. 

Unknown 



No. 

549- 

57- 

572. 

578. 
59- 

629. 
631- 

754- 

7- 
45- 
109. " 

114. 
142. 
168. " 

179- 
197. 
229. 
301. 
666. 
669. 
681. 
708. 

759- 
760. 
761. 

46. Van Cortlandt, Pierre. Congress- 
man from New York. 
50. Von Pfister, Alex. Merchant of 

New York. 

55. Van Rensselaer, Stephen. The Pa- 
troon. Maj.-Gen. War of 1812. 

106. Van Staphorst. Banker of Amster- 

dam, friend of Washington. 

107. Van Staphorst, Jr. Son of preced- 

ing. 

108. Van Polen, . 

151. Vandyke, Nicholas. United States 
Senator. 

243. Volozan, A. D. French artist of 
Philadelphia. 

278. Villers, Petit de. 

292. Van Polanen, R. G. Dutch mer- 
chant of Bridgeport, Conn. 

296. Van Ness, W. P. Second of Aaron 
Burr in his duel with Hamilton. 

309. Villers, De. . 

389. Van Bibber, . Merchant of 

Baltimore. 

405. Van Ness, Jno. P. Mayor of Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
10 



No. 

438. Van Rensselaer, K. K. Member of 

Congress from New York. 
597. Van Ness. 

13. Washington, George. First Presi- 

dent of the United States. 

14. Washington, George. First Presi- 
', dent of the United States. 

30. Wickham, Mrs. E. S. Wife of Jno. 

Wickham, of Richmond, Va. 
93. Wallace, , of the firm of Low & 

Wallace, wine merchants, New 

York. 
99. White, Henry. Wealthy gentleman 

of New York. 
118. Wart, Jno. 

121. Wescott, Robt., of Philadelphia. 

122. Wharton, Jno., of Philadelphia. 
146. Wells, C., of Philadelphia. 

152. Williams, Gen. Jonathan. Judge 
and officer in the War of 1812. 

174. Wain, Jacob S. Merchant of Phil- 
adelphia. 

194. Watson, Jno. F. Annalist of Phil- 
adelphia. 

202. Walde, Jno. Jones. Merchant of 
Philadelphia. 

206. Watt, . 

207. Wood. Wm, B. Theatrical Mana 

ger of Philadelphia. 

208. Webster, Thomas. Bookseller of 

Philadelphia. 

210 Wilson, Robt., of Philadelphia. 

213. Woods, Henry. Member of Con- 
gress from Pennsylvania 

225. Wells, Mrs. 

230. Wescott, Mrs. 

285. Wilson, Miss Susan. Daughter of Dr. 
Robt. Wilson, of Charleston. S. C. 

339. Winder, Gen. Wm. H. Brig.-Gen. 
in the War of 1812. 

360. Waguman, , of Baltimore. 

366. Williams, Nathaniel. Eminent citi- 

zen of Baltimore, Md. 

367. Walter, . 

374. Winder, Gen. Wm. H. 

388. Wilkinson. 

392. Woods, Thomas. 

394. Wilkinson, Gen. James. Brig.- 

General in the Revolution. 
403. Washington, Bushrod. Judge of 

the Supreme Court of the United 

States. 

422. Way, George. Printer for the U. S. 
Government. 



146 



No. 

423. Wayman, Charles. 

457. White, Capt., of the U. S. Army. 

495. Wells, Wm. H. Member of Con- 
gress from Delaware. 

506. Webster, T., of Maryland. 

523. Woodhouse, Thos. 

542. Winterberg, . 

581. Wirt, Wm. Attorney General of 
the United States. 

589. Wilkinson, . 

605. Wickham, Jno. Eminent lawyer of 

Virginia. 

606. Watson, Dr. Geo. Physician of 

Richmond, Va. 



No. 

622. Wagguman, 

676. Wilson, James. Merchant of Char- 
leston, S. C. 

697. Watson, Jno. F. Annalist of Phila- 
delphia. 

709. West, Benj. Merchant of Philadel- 
phia. 

748. Wilson, Miss Susan. 

758. Wilkinson, Mrs., of Virginia. 
26. Yeaton, Mrs. Wm. 

529. Young, Geo. Lawyer of Alexan- 
dria, Va. 

532. Yeaton, Wm. Merchant of Alex- 
andria, Va. 



ST.-MEMIN'S ORIGINAL PHYSIONOTRACE OF WASHINGTON. 

926. WASHINGTON. The Original Portrait of Genl Geo Washington. 
Profile to left, laureated, taken from the living features with a physio- 
notrace by M. De St.-Memin; in crayon, on light pink paper. 

Height 18 inches; width 10 8-16 inches. 

Framed and glazed. 

A magnificent specimen of St.-Memin's original crayon drawing, and an unique portrait from 
life of Washington, exhibiting, as it must (being taken by the Physionotrace), a correct rendition 
of the profile features of that great man. It formerly belonged to Mr. Clarence S. Bement, and 
it was from this portrait that Mr. Max Rosenthal made his beautiful mezzotinto portrait which 
is herein described. See facsimile. 



927. St.-Memin Collection of Portraits, consisting of Seven Hundred and 
Sixty Medallion Portraits, Principally of Distinguished Americans, 
Photographed by J. Gurney and Son, of New York, from proof im- 
pressions of the original copper-plates Engraved by M. De St.-Memin, 
from drawings taken from life by himself, during his exile in the United 
States from 1793 to 1814; to which are prefixed a Memoir of M. De 
St.-Memin and Biographical notices of the Persons whose Portraits 
constitute the collection, compiled from authentic and original sources 
by the Publisher. 

Folio sheets. New York, Published by Elias Dexter 1862. 

These portraits were photographed from the collection of proof impressions from the original 
copper plates, described under Lot No. 935 in this catalogue. 



147 



SILHOUETTES. 

928. Bust, profile to left. Vignette. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

From the original (cut with scissors) by Miss De Hart, Elizabethtown, 
N. J., 1783. Presented by Mrs Washington to Mrs Duer, Daughter 
of Lord Stirling. Baker, page 186. 

929. GENERAL WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Bust in uniform, profile to left. Vignette. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

From the Profile taken in 1791 ^Etat 59. Published by J. Boston, 
Salisbury, 1796. Baker No. 398. 

From Wansey's Excursion to the United States in the Summer of 1794. Salisbury 1796. 

930. Bust in uniform, profile to right. Surrounded by an 

oval border, Grecian pattern, at the top a ribbon tied into a bow; the 
border printed in brown. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches 

Baker No. 399. 

Extremely rare. The only copy I ever saw, and Baker only saw one copy. This is a remarkably 
fine impression with a full margin. 



SILHOUETTES NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

931. Bust, profile to right. Oval in a rectangle on a sheet 

with an outline portrait of Benj. Franklin. 

. Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Columb. Mag. lore. 

932. G. WASHINGTON. Profile to left, nearly life size. 

Height 10 inches; width 8 inches. 

933. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust, profile to left. Vignette in a 
ruled background. Outline. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

From an original Pen and Ink Sketch in the possession of President 
Ewell of William and Mary College, Va. Supposed to have been 
drawn at the General's table by B. H. Latrobe. 



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MEMORIAL DESIGNS. 

934. AMERICA LAMENTING HER LOSS AT THE TOMB OF 

GENERAL WASHINGTON. Intended as a tribute of respect paid 
to departed Merit and Virtue, in the remembrance of that illustrious 
Hero and most Amiable man who Died Dec' 14, 1799. Profile bust 
in uniform, to right. Oval medallion, upon the shaft of a monument, 
surmounted by a funeral urn; over the medallion a wreath, and beneath 
"G. Washington" Upon a tablet the following inscription: 
"Born ii^ Feb? 1732 

Com' Cont! Army 1775 

Pres 1 .Fed. Convention 1787 

Pres 4 . United States 1789 

Declined Election 1796 

Com 1 ; FedrArmy 1798." 

., . , .f... . > ,...!,--. ; , ' 7 

America represented by a female figure leaning weeping upon the 
base of the monument, to the right. On either side cypress and willow 
trees, and in the immediate foreground an eagle with bowed head. Line. 

Height ii 12-16 inches; width 7 6-16 inches. 

(Designed, Engraved & Published by Aikin & Harrison JunF, 
Philad? Jan? 20*' 1800.) Baker No. 400. 

Only two impressions had come under the notice of Mr. Baker. 'The profile resembles the Sharp- 
' less Portrait. See facsimile. 

935. Full figure, in uniform, standing upon a pedestal, head 

to right, a baton in the extended right hand, the left resting lightly 
upon the sword-hilt at his side. The coat is buttoned, with the order 
of the Cincinnati on the left; on the left of the figure, a bundle of fasces 
against the trunk of a tree, upon a branch of which is a cocked hat. 
In the background, and to the right and left, representations of various 
battles. Upon the pedestal, engraved to represent marble, "First in 
war First in Peace and First in the Hearts of his country." (Head 
after Stuart.) Stipple. 

Height 23 2-16 inches; width 18 11-16 inches. 

Design'd Engrav'd & Publish'd by John Eckstein Philad a "To 
the Honorable the Society of the Cincinnati this monument of Gen 1 . 
George Washington. Is very respectfully inscribed by the Artist." 
Copyright secured according to Law. Baker No. 401. Extremely rare. 

An exceptionally fine copy of this remarkable and rare print. 

936. APOTHEOSIS OF WASHINGTON. Full figure seated on clouds, 

a cherub in the act of crowning him with a laurel wreath. Beneath, 
to the right, a view of the Mansion at Mount Vernon. Stipple. 

Height 20 14-16 inches; width 14 10-16 inches. 

Painted by R. Peale. Eng'd by Edwin. Published by G. Kennedy, 
N". 129 Chestnut St. corner of 4 th Philadelphia. Baker No. 402. 

Very rare. 

Fine original impression with full margin 




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937- GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON departed this life Dec 1 . 14^ 1799. 
^E 67. And the tears of a Nation watered his grave. Full bust in 
uniform, head to right. Oval, with border, in the lower part of an 
imperial folio sheet entitled " Eulogium Sacred to the Memory of the 
Illustrious George Washington Columbia's great and Successful Son. 
Honored be his Name"; in the upper half of the border the words 
"Sacred to the memory of the brave"; in the lower half, eighteen 
stars. The oval rests on a base, upon which are the words: 
"Washington's no more, by silence grief's express'd. 

Lo! here he lies, his works proclaim the rest." 

A medallion upon the base contains the title, etc., in eight lines. The 
center of the sheet containing verses in script, etc., and with facsimile 
signature of Washington. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

Engraved by P. Maverick. Newark N. Jersey. Designed written 
and Published by Benjamin O. Tyler, Professor of Penmanship New 
York 1815. "Penmanship in all the Ancient and Modern hands 
Taught on an improved System (entirely his own) by Benjamin Owen 
Tyler, at N? 126 Broadway opposite City Hotel, N. York." Baker 
No. 404. 

938. THE SAME. With variety in date, " 1817," and without the facsimile 
of Washington's signature. 

939. THE SAME as Lot 937, but with variety in the publisher's advertise- 
ment, it being in much smaller itah'cs in this copy, and without the 
facsimile of Washington's signature. 

940. THE SAME. Portrait and base only, cut close to oval, from the 
imperial folio sheet. 

941. IN MEMORY OF GEN^ GEORGE WASHINGTON AND 
HIS LADY. Busts of Washington and Mrs. Washington, facing each 
other, upon a large funeral urn on a pedestal, placed in a landscape 
beneath a weeping willow. Washington, in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right. In the background a view of the Mansion House 
and out-buildings at Mount Vernon. Three figures, two of whom are 
females (are weeping), one advancing to the left. (The head resembles 
Savage.) Stipple, colored. 

Height ii 5-16 inches; width 16 8-16 inches. 

(S. Seymour Fecit.) Philad* Jan. i, 1804. Published by J. Savage 
according to Law. Baker No. 405. 

Evidently a more recent impression than the one described by Baker. 



942. COMMEMORATION OF WASHINGTON. Full figure sur- 
rounded by clouds rising from a tomb, supported by Time and Im- 
mortality, the latter pointing upwards. To the left, figures of Faith, 
Hope, and Charity. In the foreground to the right, an Indian with 
bowed head, and to the left Liberty with war emblems at her feet. 
On the tomb the inscription, "Sacred to the Memory of Washington, 
Ob. 14 Dec. A. D. 1799. JE,t. 68." I. J. Barralet Fecit. Stipple. 

Height 24 inches; width 18 6-16 inches. 

Drawn and Engraved by J. J. Baralet. Baker No. 406. 

943. THE SAME. Printed in tint, and with the printer's address 
"Published 22 d Feby. 1816 by B Tanner Engraver N? 74 South 
Eighth Street, Philadelphia." 

944. GEO. WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform, upon a pedestal, in 
the middle distance of a design in the form of an arch with obelisks 
on either side, upon which is inscribed "Liberty," "Independence." 
In the right hand, an open scroll inscribed " Friends and Fellow citizens" ; 
the left, upon a sword at his side. Army and navy emblems on each 
side of pedestal, upon which is the title. Over the statue on the top 
of the arch an eagle with outspread wings with a flowing ribbon in 
its beak, upon which is the motto "E Pluribus Unum"; underneath 
the eagle sixteen tablets upon which are inscribed the names of the 
States. In the immediate foreground, in front of the statue, a large 
funeral urn upon a pedestal, on which in a tablet are the words " Sacred 
to Patriotism." In the background a view of Bowling Green, New 
York. 

Height 23 9-16 inches; width 21 6-16 inches. 

(Designed and Drawn by Chas. Buxton. M. D. Tiebout sculp.) 
Baker No. 407. (The head is after Stuart.) 

Exceedingly scarce. Very fine impression, but cut close to print on bottom and sides. 



MEMORIAL DESIGNS NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

945. WISDOM SUPPORTED BY LIBERTY, PRESENTING GEN L 
WASHINGTON A CODE OF LAWS FOR ESTABLISHING 
AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. Oval in a rectangle. Washing- 
ton is represented in uniform seated in an armchair, holding in his 
hands a scroll presented to him by Wisdom, represented as a full- 
length figure standing to the right; in the centre, between Washington 
and Wisdom, the full-length figure of Liberty, supporting a liberty 



cap on a pole; in the background a curtain, drawn aside, revealing 
the rays of a rising sun. Mezzotinto in colors. 

Height 12 12-16 inches; width 9 14-16 inches. 

Published Nov. 5, 1801, by I. Hinton, 44, Wells Str*. Oxford Sir*. & 
P. Stampa, 94, Leather Lane, Holborn. 

Excessively rare. Only two impressions have come under my observation. 

946. WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval 
medallion, suspended on a pedestal with two other medallions, contain- 
ing portraits of "Franklin" and "Louis Seize"; on the base of the 
pedestal the inscription, " L' Amerique et les Mers, 6 Louis ! vous recon- 
naissen* pour leur Liberated"; on the top of the pedestal a crowing 
cock perched on a globe; to the right an Indian maiden with foot resting 
on a lion's head, a staff in the left hand and the right resting on the 
base of pedestal; to the right of the Indian, palm trees, one of which 
is encircled with a ribbon upon which is inscribed "En M'Elevant je 
M'Embellis " ; to the left an anchor; in the left distance shipping. 
Circular, underneath which is the inscription " Independence des Etats- 
Unis": and 28 lines of script in double columns. Colored aquatint. 

Diameter 5 5-16 inches. 

Duplessis Berteaux del, L. Roger sculp. 1786. A Paris chez Blin, 
Imprimeur en Taille-Douce, Place Maubert, N". 17 vis-a-vis la rue 
des 3 Fortes, A.P.D. R. 

947. GEO WASHINGTON. Born, FebY n, 1732. Died Dec 1 : 13, 1799. 
Bust, head in profile to left. Oval medallion with a border in which 
is the title on the base of a pedestal, in the right of a landscape; to 
the left of the pedestal, the figure of America holding an American 
flag on a staff in the left hand; on the ground to the left a negro child 
seated reading a book; over the pedestal a fir-tree; in the background 
shipping. The whole in an oval in a rectangle; in the bottom of the 
oval the words " America." Line, colored. 

Height 5 15-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Pub. Oct r . 13, 1804, by P. Gaily, AT<? 7, Beauchamps St f . Leather 
Lane London. Excessively rare. 

The only copy I ever saw. 

948. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF THE ILLUSTRIOUS G. 
WASHINGTON. Bust, head to right. Oval medallion with border 
of olive leaves. On the side of a monument over which hangs a weep- 
ing willow; underneath the oval the inscription, "G. Washington"; 
on the base of the monument, "There is Rest in Heaven"; to the left 
of the monument are three figures, one of hope, and the other two 
weeping. The whole enclosed in a circle with an ornamented border in 



152 

a rectangle engraved to represent stonework; beneath the circle a 
tablet on which is the inscription. Stipple. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 8 inches. 

T. Clarke, Sculp 1 . 1801. Boston. Rare. 

949. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF GENERAL GEORGE 
WASHINGTON, L.L.D. Born Feb? n* (O. S.) 1732. Died Dec 
14, 1799. A representation of a monument on a broad base, sup- 
porting a funeral urn, over which a flying figure of fame with trumpet 
and crown of laurel; to the right the figure of America resting on an 
American shield weeping; to the left the figure of Liberty weeping; on 
the side of the monument a medallion encircled with olive wreath, upon 
which is the inscription, "First in War, first in Peace, & first in the 
hearts of his Countrymen." Vignette. Line. 

Height 7 10-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

Drawn & Engrav'd by Trenchard & Weston. Rare. 

950. History conducting Fortitude, Wisdom, and Patriotism 

to the Temple of Fame; Time driving back a group of figures, who 
are eagerly pressing forward. The three characteristic figures are 
personified by Frederic late King of Prussia, William late Earl of Chat- 
ham, and G. Washington, P. A. C. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Rare. 

951. Full length in uniform, in a representation of History 

conducting Patriotism, Fortitude and Wisdom to the Temple of Fame, 
personified by Generals Washington, Greene, and Hamilton. Line. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Tisdale del. Scoles sculp. Printed by Reynolds. 

From Eraser's Compendium of the History of All Nations, New York 1807, with title page. 

952. GEN. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, head in profile 
to left. Circular medallion on the right-hand pillar of an arch, over 
the medallion a plumed hat and flags; on the left-hand pillar a similar 
medallion of "Doc. Benjamin Franklin"; in the centre of the arch a 
full-length figure of America holding in the left hand a pole and liberty 
cap, the right hand pointing upwards; at her feet a cornucopia, be- 
neath which is the inscription "America trampling on oppression." 

Line. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

953. WASHINGTON. Laureated bust, head to left, on a column. To the 
right, ornamented with laurel leaves and war implements; to the left 
a similar column with bust of Franklin; at the base of either column 



153 

the figures of Neptune and Mercury, the figure of Minerva on horse- 
back in the centre between the columns. On a title page entitled 
" Befreiungskampf der nordamerikanischen Staaten von Dr Heinrich 
Eisner." Vignette. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

Stuttgart J. Scheible's Buchhandlung, Stick u Druck durch Carl 
Mayer Nbg. 

954. Bust, full face, on a pedestal, being crowned by Minerva ; 

in a landscape, surrounded with figures of History, Music, etc.; the 
Falls of Niagara in the right background. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

Drawn by R. W. Weir. Eng by A B Durand. 

Title page to " The New- York Mirror, a weekly Journal Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts." 
* * * * Volume XII. New York 1834." 

955- Bust, head to right, on a pedestal, in front of busts of 

Franklin, Hamilton, etc., in a landscape. In the front distance the 
figure of America supporting a shield to left dictating to a winged 
figure of History to right, for whom a cherub is holding an ink-well. 
An eagle to the right of the figure of America. Vignette. Line. 

Height 6 3-16 inches; width 6 inches. 

Birch del 1 . Engraved by Lawson. 

956. The American Eagle Guarding the Spirit of Wash- 
ington. The shadow of a reclining figure of Washington, in profile, 
partly visible to left. The figure of an eagle perched on clouds to 
right; in the back-distance a rising sun. Circle with border in a ruled 
rectangle. Mixed. 

Height 9 inches; width 7 13-16 inches. 

Thorn. Rogers. "Dedicated to the Mount Vernon Association By 
the Cosmopolitan Art Association." 

957. Bust, head to left. Oval medallion on the side of a 

monument, supported by Fame; beneath the oval, the figures of Art 
and History, painting and writing; to the right a mountain; in the 
background trees, etc. Line. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Des"* by C. Fairman. Kearny Sculpt "American Literature & 
Fine Arts, Rewarding Patriotism & Virtue." 

958. THE SAME. Title page to "The Ladys Book vol 5. Published by 
L. A. Godey & Co, Athenian Buildings Franklin Place, Philadelphia, 
1832." 



154 

959- Designs for the Panels on a Monument to the Memory 

of Geo Washington; a series of four beautifully engraved allegorical 
designs, on two of which Washington is depicted as rescuing a dis- 
tressed people. On one sheet. 

Size of each, height 3 3-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

960. Full length in uniform, engraved as a spirit, with like 

figures of Franklin and other patriots protecting Gen. Lafayette on 
his voyage through life. Lafayette represented seated on the deck of 
a vessel; to the left the genii protectors of America driving away the 
storms. The inscription as follows: "Le General Lafayette"; "The 
Spirits of the defenders of the American liberty are visiting him during 
his passage, the genii protectors of America drive away the storms." 
(This same inscription also in French.) Mezzotinto. 

Height 16 8-16 inches; length 21 12-16 inches. 



FICTITIOUS PORTRAITS. 

961. WASHINGTON (CROSSING THE DELAWARE). Full figure in uniform 
and chapeau, on horseback advancing to the right, an extended field - 
glass in his right hand. In the rear to the right the river, and troops 
crossing and preparing to cross. Without sky or inclosing lines. 

H Etched. 

Height 13 8-16 inches; width 12 inches. 

Published by Humphrey Phelps, 336 Bowery 6- 157 Broadway N. 
York, Aug s . f I s . 1 1833. Baker No. 410. Extremely rare. 

962. A Lithographic copy of the preceding print in colors. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width n 12-16 inches. 

Lith of D. W. Kellogg & Co. Hartford Ct. Very rare. 

This lithograph being such a close copy of the preceding print, is the reason it is placed with the 
engraved portraits. 

963. THE WASHINGTON FAMILY. Full length in uniform and 
chapeau, standing upon a portico at the head of a flight of steps, taking 
leave of Mrs. Washington preparatory to a ride, a riding-whip in the 
left hand, the right hand extended towards Mrs. Washington, who 
stands about the centre of the print. A negro groom is waiting with 
a saddle-horse, at the extreme right. Three young people, a boy and 
two girls, one of whom is seated, are at the left. To the right the view 
of a distant landscape. Mezzotinto. 

Height 17 12-16 inches; width 23 11-16 inches. 

Painted by J. Paul Jun^ Philadelphia. Engraved by E Bell London. 



Published December i s . 1 1800, by Atkins and Nightingale N". 143 
Leadenhall Street London & N. 35 North Front Street, Philadelphia. 
Baker No. 411. Extremely rare. 

Fine copy of this very rare print, with wide margin. 

964. THE SAME. Printed in colors. ' Of the utmost rarity. 

The great rarity of this print is attested by the fact that Baker never saw a copy printed in colors 
and it is the second one that has come under my observation, each being without a margin. 

965. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform and chapeau, head 
three-quarters to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 inches. 

Published as the Act directs for /. Sumner & C. Shakespeare Press, 
Wigan. Baker No. 412. From the "Emigrant Directory, London 
1820." 

966. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform and chapeau, head 
three-quarters to right. The centre of a 4to sheet with the heads of 
Pennant, Locke, Newton and Pope in each corner. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Published by J. & J. Gunder, Albion Press, London 1812. Baker's 
Note to No. 412. Very rare. 

967. G. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, seated at a table upon 
which is a military cloak; head to right; a sword rests against the chair 
and a letter is held in the right hand. Line. 

Height 21 8- 1 6 inches; width 16 5-16 inches. 

Painted by C. Schussele. Engraved by Edward S. Best. Pub- 
lished by John M. Butler 242 Chestnut Street, Philad? Entered ac- 
cording to act of Congress, in the year 1859, by John M. Butler, in 
the clerks office of the District Court of the United States in and for the 
Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Baker No. 413. 

This print is known as " Washington and the Duche Letter, Valley Forge 1777." 

968. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters on India paper. 

969. THE SAME. Early trial proof. 

970. WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform (overcoat) on horseback, 

advancing to the front, head in profile to right, a chapeau in the ex- 
tended right hand, the left in the breast, as if receiving a salute. 

Etched. 

Height 5 2 - J 6 inches; width 4 inches. 

J. L. Brown sc. Paris, Cadart & Luce Editeurs, Imprimeurs, Rue 
N ve des Mathurins 58. Baker No. 414. j 



97i- GEORGE WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform and chapeau, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

R. K. Porter Delin. J. Chapman sculpt Engraved for Mackenzie 
& Dent's Select Biography. Baker No. 415. 

972. THE SAME. With variation in address, "London Publish'd May i, 

1797, by H. D. Symonds Pater-nosier Row." 

973. WASHINGTON RECEIVING A SALUTE ON THE FIELD 

OF TRENTON. Full figure in uniform on horseback, advancing to 
the right, a drawn sword in extended right hand; his hat, resting on the 
forearm, is held by the left hand. Line. 

Height 24 inches; width 17 10-16 inches. 

John Faed R. S. A. Wm. Hall. "Published Exclusively for Sub- 
scribers by the National Art Association of New York 1865" Entered 
according to act of Congress in the year 1865 by the National Art Asso- 
ciation in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the United States for 
the Southern District of New York. Baker No. 416. 

Baker says of this print: "An admirable Engraving of an admirable picture. The horse, which 
is exceedingly well drawn, is said to have been painted by R. Ansdell, the composition of the picture 
being by Faed. Head after Stuart." 

974. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters on India paper; only 3 
copies taken in this state. 

975. THE SAME. Proof before the inscription, dedication, or copyright, 
on India paper. 

976. THE SAME. Proof before the artists 1 names, inscription, or dedica- 
tion, on India paper. 

977. THE SAME. Variety in dedication, "Published for Subscribers to 
Lossing's Washington and the American Republic" 

978. THE SAME. Before the dedication or copyright. 

979. THE SAME. Variety in publisher's address, "Kendall Bank Note 
Co Publishers New York." On glazed paper. 

980. WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, standing, head to left, a 
field-glass in the right hand; to the left a mounted cannon, and to the 



right, partly in the rear, a horse led by a soldier; in the distance to 
the left, on the opposite bank of a river, a fortification. Line. 

Height 25 inches; width 20 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Cogniet, 1836. Engraved by Laugier, 1839. The head 
from the original painting by G. Stuart, in the Athenaeum of Boston. 
Baker No. 417. India proof. 

981. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. 

982. " " Rare early trial proof. 

983. HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ R CAPTAIN 

GENERAL OF ALL THE AMERICAN FORCES. Full length in uniform 
and cocked hat, a baton in the extended right hand, while the left 
rests upon the muzzle of a cannon. Head nearly in profile to left. 
In the left distance a commander's marquee and tents. Line. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Baker No. 418. 

From "An Impartial History of the War in America &c " London &lCarlisle 1780. 

984. THE SAME. After the sky, tents, and marquee were removed. 

985. HIS EX C . Y GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? CAPTAIN GENERAL 
OF ALL THE AMERICAN FORCES. Full length in uniform and cocked 
hat, a field-glass in the extended right hand, and resting by the left 
upon the muzzle of a large cannon. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

J. Norman sc. Baker No. 419. Very rare. 

From " An Impartial History of the War in America." Boston 1781-82. 

986. WASHINGTON AS A MASON. Full length, standing in Masonic 
regalia, the right hand on an upright book (upon a table) labelled 
" Ancient Masonic Constitution" ; the left holds a mallet upon a pedestal. 
Oval. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 3-16 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

From a Photograph. Eng 1 ? by Geo. E. Ferine. Published by 
Moore &> C. in Nassau St. New York. Baker No. 420. 

987. GEORG WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform and chapeau, 
on horseback advancing to the left, a drawn sword in extended right 
hand, a palm tree in the background to the left, and some negroes 
and low buildings on the right. The landscape southern in character. 

Line. 

Height s 14-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

H. Pinhas, sc. Baker No. 421. Very rare. 



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988. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Full length, standing on the bank of a 
river, right hand in the breast ; the left, the arm parallel with the body, 
open, the palm downwards; on the right two male figures, one about 
entering a small boat ; to the left a palm tree. Stipple. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

. G. B. Bosio des. G. A. Sasso inc. Baker No. 422. Very rare. 

Only one impression had come under the observation of Mr. Baker. 

989. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust, head nearly in profile to right. 

Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

R. Scott Sc. Baker No. 423. Rare. 

990. WASHINGTON AS A MASON. Full length, standing in Masonic 
regalia, the right hand on an upright book (upon a table) labelled 
"Ancient Masonic Constitutions"; the left holds a mallet upon a 
pedestal. Oval. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 2-16 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

Engd by A. B. Walter. Published by John Dainty 15 S. 6^ St. 
Philadelphia. Baker No. 425. 

991. GEORGE WASHINGTON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
OF AMERICA. Full figure in civil dress, head to left, a medallion on 
his breast, suspended by a ribbon around his neck. In the right hand 
a cocked hat; the left, by the side, holds a dress sword in an awkward 
manner. Inclosed by a narrow border, in which at the top is a roll 
crossed by a pen, inscribed "Revolution"; no background. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Published by H. D. Symonds, June 18, 1796. Baker No. 427. 

Very rare. 

992. GEORGE WASHINGTON ESQ? Bust, head nearly in profile to 
left. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

Published by G. Kearsley, Fleet St. May i, 1800. Baker No. 430. 

Rare. 

From the British Magazine, Vol. I, Jany to July 1800. A sketch of the Life of the late General 
Washington, by John Corry. 



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FICTITIOUS PORTRAITS NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

993. WASHINGTON. Full length, in profile to right, the body in outline, 
with duplicate portions of the body and dress in outline in same plate. 

Stipple, in colors. 

Height 10 1-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Kellogg & Bulkeley, Hartford, Conn. "A Pattern for Pen Wiper. 
In making the pen wiper the ground work may be made any shape 
desirable and the figure dressed according to taste." Entered accord- 
ing to Act of Congress in the year 1866 by E. B &> E C. Kellogg in the 
Office of the Clerk of the District Court of the United States for the District 
of Connecticut. 

Very rare. The head only is printed in colors. 

994. WASHINGTON. Head in profile to left. Circular medallion with 
a border in which is the title. At the bottom of a " Perpetual Calendar " 
over the top of which is an oval medallion displaying shipping and 
Mercury seated on a box of merchandise. The whole enclosed in a 
border with ruled background. Line. 

Diameter 13-16 inch. 

Whole engraving, height 6 9-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

Excessively rare. The only copy I ever saw. 

995. WASHINGTON. Bust nearly full face, circular medallion, encircled 
with laurel leaves, with tablet in the border at bottom, in which is the 
title, on a sheet with similar portraits of Benoit XIV, Cook, Franklin, 
and Malesherbe in the corners. Stipple. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

996. JAMES NAPPER TANDY ESQ* CAPTAIN OF THE LIBERTY AR- 

TILLERY &c &c. Full length in uniform, the left hand holding a scroll 
upon which is inscribed " Congress," the right hand holding a chapeau 
and resting on a cannon partly visible to the right; in the rear distance 
buildings. Line. 

Height 6 6-16 inches; width 3 17-16 inches. 

This is intended for a portrait of Geo. Washington; it was published by the Hibernian Magazine 
during the War of the Revolution, and for political reasons was wrongly named. Very rare. 

997. Bust, head in profile to right. Vignette. Stipple in colors. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. The only copy I ever saw. 

998. G. WASHINGTON E? GENERAL OF THE CONTIN? ARMY IN AMERICA. 
Head in profile to left. Circular medallion with a border in which is 
the title, in a rectangle, resting on a base upon which is the inscription, 
"Washington re'unit par un rare assemblage Les latens du Guerrier 



i6o 

et les vertus du Sage, Voltaire." On either side of the medallion at the 
lower portion are olive branches, flags, trumpet, etc. Line. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Dessin et grave par Testard d'apres la Medaille frappee a Londres 
par le parti des opposants. A Paris dies Testard rue des Cordeliers 
audessus de 1'Egout. Excessively rare. 

999. WASHINGTON. Bust, head three-quarters to right, on a sheet with 

19 other portraits of Lafayette, Franklin, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, 
Adams, etc. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 12-16 inch. 

1000. G. WASHINGTON, PRES. UNIT. STA. Bust and head in profile 
to right, the obverse of a medal, with the reverse, upon which is " Com- 
miss. Resigned: Presidency Relinq. 1797." Stipple. 

Diameter i 10-16 inches. 

1001. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Inscribed to his memory by D. 
Eccleston Lancaster, MDCCCV. Bust in armor, head in profile to 
right. Obverse of a medal, with reverse, two circular medallions. 

Line. 

Diameter 2 15-16 inches. 

Engraved from Mr. Eccleston's superb medallion of General Wash- 
ington. Rare. 

1 002. Half length, nearly full face in clouds, crowning 

Abraham Lincoln. Oval, with two angels in the upper left-hand side. 

Line. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

1003. Full length in civilian dress with hat, nearly full face, 

a walking-stick in the right hand. Negroes working in a field in 
the distance. Line. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

1004. Bust in profile to right. Circular medallion in a 

rectangle. Engraved with a roulette. The upper left hand one on 
a sheet containing nineteen other medallion portraits of Calvin, Cortes, 
Montaigne, etc. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 
India proof. 

1005. WASHINGTON. Full bust in military cloak, head nearly in profile 
to left. Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Staklstich v. Carl Mayer's Kunst Anstalt in Niirnberg. Verlag 
von Julius Niedner in Wiesbaden. 



1006. Full bust and head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Etched. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

P. A. Peticolas pinx^ Henri lefort. sc. 

Proof with if and W as remarque. 

1007. WASHINGTON. Full bust on 'a pedestal, full face. Vignette. 

Etched. 

Height 4 5-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Bocourt. From the Christ Church bust. 



1008. GENERAL WASHINGTON'S RESIGNATION. Full length in 
uniform, standing on the upper part of a stairway leading to a throne 
upon which is seated a female figure with scroll in left hand, to the 
right of which is a pedestal upon which incense is burning; in the 
left distance the building at Mount Vernon; in the lower right-hand 
corner an eagle with shield and cornucopia. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Barralet Invt & Direxit. Lawson sculp. 

1009. THE SAME. With address of publisher. "Published by B. Davies 
Philada ist Feby 1799." 

1010. G. WASHINGTON. Full figure in uniform and cocked hat, on 
horseback advancing to the right ; the right hand extended as if giving 
orders on the field of battle. Stipple. 

Height 7 5-16 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

Painted by A. Chappel. Engraved by F. Halpin From the original 
Painting in the possession of the Publishers. Johnson, Fry &" Cf 
Publishers New York. (Copyright.) 

ion. Full length in civilian dress, as a young man. (Inter- 
view with Governor Dinwiddie.) "To-morrow to day this hour, 
and at all hours I am at the service of my country." Line. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

E. W. Clay Del. C. G. Childs Sc. Engraved for the American 
Monthly Magazine, " The Wilderness, Vol. I." 

1012. BRISSOT'S INTERVIEW WITH GEN WASHINGTON. Full 

length, with cocked hat, cane in right hand, on the lawn at Mount 
Vernon with dog at his feet; Brissot standing to the left. Line. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

Kirk del. Tanner sc. 
ii 



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1013. Full length, head to left, right hand resting on a 

plough, a cocked hat held in the left, sheaves of wheat at his feet, on 
a pedestal with a tablet inscribed, and with a representation of, " Cin- 
cinnatus." Line. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 6 inches. 

Drawn by A. Chappel. Engraved by J. Smillie. " Life & Times 
of Washington, Vol. 2." 

1014. Full figure, seated in a chair on a pedestal, the right 

hand extended holding a scroll; the left arm resting on the back of 
chair, the hand holding a cocked hat; On either side, Vignette 
Views of Scenes in the life of Washington. Line. 

Height 9 inches; width 6 inches. 

Drawn by A. Chappel. Engraved by J. Smillie. "The Life & 
Times of Washington by J. F. Schroeder D D. Revised by Benson 
J. Lossing LL.D." 



1015. Full length in uniform on horseback, advancing to 

the left. The right hand extended holding a chapeau. (Representa- 
tion of the Battle of Princeton.) 

Height 7 5-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

F. F. Walker. India proof. 



1016. Full length figure as a surveyor, the right hand sup- 
porting a transit, the left holding a chain, standing near an assistant 
who is placing a stake in the ground; a negro with a pick to the right. 
Vignette. Line. 

. . Height 4 6-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

(Designed by F. O. C. Darley.) India proof before letters. 



1017. Full figure in uniform and cocked hat, quelling the 

mutiny in the Pennsylvania line. Line. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 



1018. Full figure in uniform and cocked hat on horseback, 

advancing to the right, a drawn sword in the extended right hand. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 



1019. Full length standing to the right near a desk in Hall 

of the Continental Congress; entitled "Convention at Philadelphia 
1787." Line. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 



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1020. Full figure in uniform, a drawn sword in the extended 

right hand, the left, holding a chapeau, resting on the hip; at his 
feet the reclining figure of Gen Mercer, assisted by two other soldiers. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height i 11-16 inches; width a inches. 

Death of Mercer, from a picture by Peale. 

Title page of " The Heroes of the Revolution," New York, 1844. 

1021. Full figure in uniform, on horseback, advancing to 

the right (Washington crossing the Delaware). Vignette. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width a S-i6 inches. 

T. Sully pinxt. 

Title to the Life of Washington. American Sunday School Union. 

1022. WASHINGTON. Full figure in civilian dress, the right hand raised 
in the act of taking the oath of office; in the open before the Town 
Hall, New York, surrounded by soldiers and various other figures. 

Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Maly. 

A curious German conception of the Inauguration of Washington. 

1023. Full figure in military cloak and cocked hat, on horse- 
back, the centre of a group of officers. (The surrender of Col. Wahl 
at Trenton.) Stipple. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 7 7-16 inches. 
India proof before all letters on large paper. 

1024. GEN WASHINGTON AT HOME. Full length, standing, right 
arm extended, the left holding a dress sword. (Similar to the Lans- 
downe portrait.) Pen drawing. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 
A very old and curious pen drawing. 

1025. Profile to right in the shaping of an apple tree, with a 

similar profile to left of Jno. Adams, the letters of their names being 
engraved on the apples on the tree. Buildings in the background. 
At the bottom a tablet with the inscription, "The Portraits of George 
Washington & John Adams." Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Scoles sculp. 

1026. GENERAL WASHINGTON. Bust in uniform, in profile to right, 
the upper right-hand one of a group of five vignette portraits, in- 
cluding Gen. Gates, Dr. Franklin, Henry Laurens, and Jno. Paul 
Jones; being one of 17 illustrations of scenes in the life of Washington, 



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including a large map of North America, a colored copy of the first 
American flag, and colored representation of officers and men in the 
Continental Army; all neatly mounted on large folio sheet. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

The illustrations are taken from Allgemeines histerisches Taschenbuch etc. Published at 
Berlin in 1784. 

1027. Bust, nearly full face, at the heading of an engraved 
sheet entitled "The United States Centennial International Exhibi- 
tion, Shares I. No 253," etc.; on the same sheet 'are numerous 
vignettes representing the industries of the country, and at the bottom 
an oblong medallion with a representation of the Signing of the Declara- 
tion of Independence. Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Engraved and Printed at the Bureau, Engraving & Printing. Geo 
B. McCarter, Chief of Bureau. Geo W. Casilear Sup 1 , of Engraving. 

1028. - TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION OF WASHING- 

TON. Original India ink drawing of General Washington on horse- 
back at the head of his troops entering a fortress. Victory accompanies 
Washington, and Fame is hovering over him. India ink drawing. 

Height 9 6-16 inches; length 15 6-16 inches. 

A beautifully executed India ink drawing by a contemporaneous French artist, exhibiting hun- 
dreds of figures most delicately drawn, and designed from an allegorical standpoint, but of great 
historical interest. 

1029. LE GENERAL G WASHINGTON. Full length in uniform, 
nearly full face ; the left hand, gloved and thrust into the breast, resting 
with the right arm on a rock, the hand holding a cocked hat. Vignette, 
on the same sheet with a full-length portrait of General Lafayette. 
The right hand extended, the left holding a dress sword, a cocked 
hat in the forearm. Vignette. Water-color paintings. 

Height 8 3-16 inches; width 5 12-16 inches. 

Two beautifully executed original water-color portraits by Alfred Albert, a French artist. 
Painted in 1789-1790. 

1030. WASHINGTON PASSING THE DELAWARE. Evening pre- 
vious to the Battle of Trenton, Dec. 25 th 1776. Full figure in uniform 
and cocked hat, on horseback; to the left soldiers embarking and 
about to embark; to the right officers on horseback, etc. Line. 

Height 14 8-16 inches; width 18 11-16 inches. 

Painted by T. Sully. Etched by W. Humphries. Engraved by 
G. S. Lang. 

1031. SIEGE D' YORK-TOWN. LE G A . L ROCHAMBEAU ET WASHING- 
TON, DONNENT LES DERNIERS ORDRES POUR I/AlTAQUE. Washing- 
ton, full length in uniform, with cocked hat, with riding-whip in 



right hand, standing amidst a group of French and American officers 
before a military tent. Line. 

Height 9 5-16 inches; width 10 15-16 inches. 

Peint par Couder. Grave par J. M. Fontaine. Dessine* par Sandoz 
et Girardet. Diagraphe et Pantographe Gavard. 

1032. Reddition de 1'Armee Angloises commandee par 

My lord Comte de- Cornwallis aux Arme'e Combine'e des Etats unis 
de 1'Amerique et de France aux ordres des Genereaux Washington et 
de Rochambeau a Yorcktouwn et Glocester dans la Virginie, le 19 
Octobre 1781. II s'est trouve"s dans ses deux postes 6000 hommes 
de troupes reglees Angloises ou Hessoises et 22 Drapeaux 1500 Matelots 
1 60 Canons de tout Calibre dont 75 de Fonte 8 Mortiers 40 Batimens 
dont un Vaisseau de 50 Canons qui a e"te Brule 20 Coules Bas; Ce jour 
ajamais memorables pour les Etats unis en ce quil assura definitive- 
ment leurs inde"pendance. Line. 

Height 12 8-16 inches; width 20 5-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Mondhare rue S l . Jean de Beauvais prs celle des 
Noyers. 

An excessively rare contemporaneous engraving, colored by hand, of the siege of Yorktown, 
portraying the York River with the French fleet, and the combined American and French army 
on land, General Washington and Count Rochambeau being on horseback. 

1033. SUWAROW. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 16 4-16 inches; width 13 5-16 inches. 

Painted by G. M J. Kalechew. Engraved by H. S. Goed (Hodges). 
London, Published June 4, 1799, by A Milne, Tottenham court road. 
Open letter proof. 

This print is placed with the Washington portraits, as copies are in existence with Washington's 
name in place of Suwarow's. The engraving is one of Hodges' masterpieces. 

1034. WASHINGTON AT THE OUTPOSTS OF VALLEY FORGE. 

Full figure in uniform, on horseback, advancing to right, a field- 
glass in the extended right hand pointing to two soldiers to the left; 
to the right a cannon partly visible, and the breastworks at Valley 
Forge. Line. 

Height 16 6-16 inches; width 12 13-16 inches. 

F. O. C. Darley. R Hinshelwood. Entered according to act of 
Congress A D 1859 by F. O. C. Darley in the clerks office of the dis- 
trict court for the southern District of New York. Printed by A. R. 
Hamilton. Open letter proof. 

1035. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters on India paper. 

1036. THE SAME. Rare early trial proof. 



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1037. Half length in profile to right, in clouds meeting the 

spirit of Abraham Lincoln, surrounded by angels, dne of which is 
about crowning Lincoln with olive leaves. On a sheet entitled 
"Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr Victorious." Mezzotinto. 

Height 18 3-16 indies; width 13 15-16 inches. 

Designed by W. H. Hermans. Engraved by John Sartain, Phil' 1 
Published by W H Hermans Penn Yan Yates C. N. Y. (Copy- 
right 1866.) 

1038. WASHINGTON AT HOME. Full figure seated to the right in 
an arm-chair, full face, with book in the right hand, the forefinger 
between the leaves. Martha Washington standing to left, leaning on 
the back of the chair, knitting, two children on the left, to the rear. 

Mixed. 

Height 23 5-16 inches; width 17 9-16 inches. 

Painted by Alonzo Chappel. Eng 1 ? by H. B. Hall. Entered ac- 
cording to Act of Congress A. D 1867 by H. B. Hall Jr. in the clerks 
office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York. 
India proof before the inscription. 

1039. MOUNT VERNON IN THE OLDEN TIME. Washington at - 
30 years of age. (Returned from the hunt with the spoils of the 
chase.) Line, stipple. 

Height 18 12-16 inches-, width 24 6-16 inches. 

Drawn by A Henning. Engraved by H. B. Hall, New York. 
Published and Engraved under the Superintendence of W H Holbrooke 
Broadway and Pall Mall London. (Copyright 1855.) 

1040. WASHINGTON AND HIS MOTHER. Full figure in uniform 
seated to left of a table, conversing with his mother, who is seated 
to the right. Mixed. 

Height 15 inches; length 21 8-16 inches. 

Painted by Henry Brueckner. Engraved by John C. McRae. 
Published by John C. McRae N. Y. 

1041. WASHINGTON'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH HIS WIFE. 
Full length in uniform, with chapeau in right hand, a sword resting 
on the forearm, the left hand resting on the back of an arm-chair, to 
the right of Mrs. Custis seated at a window; two children playing on 
the floor. Mixed. 

Height 17 inches; length 21 12-16 inches. 

Painted by J. W. Ehninger Engraved by G. R. Hall. "From 
the Original Painted Expressly for this Engraving." Published by 
Pike's New York Opera House Association Office 627 Broadway 
N. Y. 



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1042. THE PRAYER AT VALLEY FORGE. Full length in uniform 
and cloak, kneeling in the open ; to the right a horse, camp-fire, soldiers, 
etc. ; in the rear to the left the old mill at Valley Forge. Mixed. 

Height 15 4-16 inches; length 21 10-16 inches. 

Painted by H. Brueckner Eng<? by John C. McRae. Published 
by John C. McRae 100 Liberty. S 1 . New York. (Copyright 1866.) 

1043. THE SAME. Before the publisher's address. 

1044. WASHINGTON'S LAST INTERVIEW WITH HIS MOTHER. 
Full length, in civilian's dress, with his arm around the neck of his 
mother; by his side to right, a dog; to the left an arm-chair partly 
visible. Mixed. 

Height 24 inches; width 17 13-16 inches. 

Published by Pike's New York Opera House Association Office 627 
Broadway N. Y. Printed by H. E. Coates, N. Y. 

1045. WASHINGTON AND HIS GENERALS. Full figure in uniform, 
with chapeau in left hand. The right resting on a sword, in the 
centre of a room near a table, with the other generals grouped around 
him. Mixed. 

Height 17 4-16 inches; width 24 4-16 inches. 

Drawn and Engraved by A H Ritchie. 

1046. THE SAME. Choice proof before the inscription. New York Pub- 
lished by Emil Seitz. (Copyright 1871.) 

1047. THE FIRST PRAYER IN CONGRESS. September, 1774, in 
Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia. (Washington partly visible, kneeling 
in prayer.) Mezzotinto. 

Height 15 8-16 inches; length 22 6-16 inches. 

Painted by T. H. Matteson. Engraved on steel by H. S. Sadd. 
"From the Original Picture Painted Expressly for this Engraving." 
Published by John Neale 56 Carmine Street, New York. With key. 

1048. THE SAME. In colors. 

1049. WASHINGTON DELIVERING HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS. 

April, 1789, in the old City Hall, New York. Full length, in civilian's 
dress, the right hand pointing to a scroll on a table to left, the left 
hand holding a dress sword, etc. Mixed. 

Height 18 inches; length 25 inches. 

Painted by T. H. Matteson. Engraved on steel by H. S. Sadd. 
"From the Original Picture Painted Expressly for this Engraving." 
Published by William Pate 58 & 60 Fulton St. N. Y. (Copyright 
1849.) 



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1050. THE SAME. Colored. 

1051. WASHINGTON'S LAST INTERVIEW WITH HIS MOTHER. 
Full figure in uniform, kneeling at the feet of his mother, who is seated 
in a chair to the left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 26 14-16 inches; width 21 14-16 inches. 

Painted by W H Powell. Engraved by Henry Cousins. " George 
Washington having been unanimously elected President of the United 
States, before assuming the Chief Magistracy, visited Fredericksburgh 
to bid an affectionate farewell to his mother. ' You will see me no 
more,' she said, 'my great age, and the disease that is rapidly ap- 
proaching my vitals, warns me, that I shall not be long in this world. 
I trust in God, I am somewhat prepared for a better. But go, George, 
fulfil the high destinies which Heaven appears to assign you; go, my 
son, and may that Heaven's and your mother's blessing be with you 
always." New York Published Jari? i? 1864 by William Schaus 749 
Broadway. 

1052. "Father I cannot tell a Lie; I cut the Tree." (The 

Youth Washington and his Father, in an orchard near a cherry tree 
which has been cut with an ax, etc.) Mixed. 

Height 14 14-16 inches; length 21 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. G. White. Engraved by John C. McRae. Pub- 
lished by John C. McRae, 100 Liberty S l . New York. 

1053. The British surrendering their Arms to Gen: Wash- 
ington after their defeat at York Town in Virginia October 1781. 
Full length in uniform with chapeau in right hand resting upon a 
sword, the point upon the ground; the left hand resting on the hip; 
to the left a horse saddled, held by a negro, and group of American 
officers; in the center Generals Knox, De Lauzun, Nelson, Lafayette; 
to the right, Lord Cornwallis, surrounded by his officers, in the act 
of handing his sword to Washington. In the extreme right a repre- 
sentation of the downfall of Royalty, etc. Line. 

Height 21 8-16 inches; length 32 13-16 inches. 

Drawn by John Francis Renault. Engraved by Tanner, Vallance, 
Kearney & Co. and W Allen. "To the Defenders of American 
Independence, this print is most respectfully inscribed by their fellow- 
citizen ] T . F c ! s Renault, assistant Secretary to the Count de Grasse, 
and Engineer to the French Army at the Siege of York." Entered 
according to Act of Congress, the 28^ day of January 1819. 

repaired. Original impression. 

1054. THE SAME. Reprint, colored. 



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loss- WASHINGTON'S ADIEU TO HIS GENERALS. Vide " Irving's 
Life of Washington," page 441, vol. iv. Published by G. P. Putnam. 
Full length, standing in a batteau being rowed from a wharf, upon 
which the generals of the revolution are congregated. Mixed. 

Height 17 12-16 inches; length 24 inches. 

F. O. C. Barley, Fecit. Geo. R. Hall, Sculp. "Engraved by 
permission from the original Drawing In the collection of the late 
Washington Irving Esq." Printed by W. Pate. (Copyright 1860.) 

1056. WASHINGTON. Full length in military coat; nearly full face. On 
the lawn at Mount Vernon. The right hand resting upon a walking- 
stick, the left arm close to body, with chapeau in hand. Mezzotinto. 

Height 24 5-16 inches; width 17 inches. 

Painted by T. Hicks. N. A. Engraved by H. Wright Smith. 
v Copyright 1859.) 

1057. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

1058. LADY WASHINGTON'S RECEPTION. Mixed. 

Height 21 6-16 inches; length 32 12-16 inches. 

Painted by D Huntington, P. N. A. Engraved by A H Ritchie. 
From the original in the possession of A. T. Stewart Esq. Emit 
Seitz Publisher, New York. (Copyright 1867.) 

1059. THE SAME. Trial proof. 

1060. THE HOME OF WASHINGTON. Full length standing on the 

piazza at Mount Vernon, Lady Washington and Nelly Custis seated 
to the right; small child leaning on the knee of Lady Washington, 
G. W. P. Custis to the left. In the field to the left a negro woman 
and child playing. Mixed. 

Height 18 8-16 inches; length 29 12-16 inches. 

Painted by T. P. Rossiter & L R. Mignot, Engraved by Tho* 
Oldham Barlow. Proof. 

1061. HISTORICAL MONUMENT OF OUR COUNTRY. Full 
length, standing on a monument, at the head of a procession of the 
Presidents of the United States; underneath the monument an alle- 
gorical scene descriptive of the discovery of America and progress 
of the United States. Line. 

Height 21 12-16 inches; length 29 12-16 inches. 

Painted by I. M. Enzing-Miller. Engraved by I. M. Enzing- 
Miller. Copyright 1893, by Myers, Byrn & Crawford. 



1062. THE SAME. " Family Monument From the History of our Country." 

(Copyright 1863.) 

1063. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform and cocked hat, 
head three-quarters to left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 4 13-16 inches. 

Engraved by Max Rosenthal from a photograph in the possession 
of Charles Henry Hart, Esq., of the painting owned by Professor 
Vessely of Vienna, signed "John Fersworth, 1789." Copyright by 
Max Rosenthal 1899. Only 25 sets in four states of this plate printed 
and subscribed for: viz., Artist's proof, signed; India proof with 
title; India proof with list of subscribers; and impression from defaced 
plate. This set is No. 7. 

1064. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval medallion suspended by a ring. Etched. 

Height 3 12-16 indies; width a 15-16 inches. 

From a miniature painted by Robert Field for Thomas Meredith. 
Now in the possession of Mr. C. C. Moreau, New York city. Etched 
and colored from the original miniature by Albert Rosenthal. Pub- 
lished, New York January i, 1896, by Dodd, Mead & Co. In three 
states: Artist's proof before letters, signed, colored, with Washington 
crest in red; artist's proof, signed, colored, with the Washington crest 
in black; and artist's proof, signed, uncolored. 3 pieces. 

1065. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed, poorly colored. Sold by the 
printer without the consent of the artist. 

1066. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face. 
Oval medallion. Etched. 

Height 3 inches: width 2 2-16 inches. 

A. R. sc. From the miniature by John Ramage, 1789, in the 
possession of Mrs Moses S. Beach. Philadelphia May 25'.* 1897. 
Printed by E Opitz. Twenty copies in four states of the plate printed 
and subscribed for: viz., Artist's remarque proof, signed, colored; 
artist's remarque proof, signed, plain; lettered impression; impression 
from the defaced plate; and proof of the remarque. (Etched by 
Albert Rosenthal.) 5 pieces. 

1067. THE SAME. Remarque proof before the coloring. 

1068. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face. Oval medal- 
lion. Wood engraving. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Johnston after the miniature by Ramage.) 



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1069. G: WASHINGTON. LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Full bust, nearly full face, scroll in the right hand. Oval 
in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 6 1-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Hodson, at New York. Engraved by Charles B. 
Hall from an Engraving by P, Dawe. In four states: viz., Artist's 
proof on India paper, signed; India paper proof; plain impression; 
and unfinished proof. 



STATUARY. 

1070. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, profile to right. Line. 

Height ii 5-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 

Ant. Canova, inv. e scolpi. G Tognoli dis. Aug. Bertini inc. 
" Alia grande Nazione degli Stati Uniti di America." Baker, page 202. 

1071. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to left. Line. 

Height 10 15-16 inches; width 11 2-16 inches. 

Ant Canova inv. e scolpi. G. Tognoli disegno. Dom. Marchetti 
incise. "Alia grande Nazione degli Stati Uniti di America." Baker, 
page 202. 

1072. WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to right. Outline. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

Antonio Canova Sculpt. Engraved by Henry Moses. Published 
by Septimus Prowett, 269, Strand. India Proof. Baker, page 202. 

1073. CLARK MILLS'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Full figure 
on horseback, on pedestal, in the open. Line. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

Kirk, del. J. Rogers sc. Virtue & C. Publishers N. Y. Baker, 
page 202. 

1074. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Standing figure. 

Height 13 3-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Drawn by H. Corbauld. Engraved by J. Thomson. From a 
Statue by F. Chantrey. London, Published Jan. if 1 1827, by Colnaghi 
6r Son, Pall Mall East. Baker, page 202. India proof. 



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STATUARY NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER. 

1075. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to right. Stipple. 

Height ii inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

Ant. Canova inv. e scolpi. Luigi Rados incise. Statua in marmo 
alquanto maggiore del naturale, destinata ad esser posta nella Sala 
del Senate di Carolina in America. 

1076. CANOVA'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing 
to right. Outline. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

H. Adlard, sculp*. Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts, 1833. 

1077. Seated figure, facing to right. Vignette. Outline. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

(Canova's statue.) 

1078. CANOVA'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing 
to right. Vignette. Outline. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

1079. STATUE OF WASHINGTON by H. K. Brown, Union Square, 

New York. Full figure on horseback, on pedestal, facing to left. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by G. R. Hall. Printed by W. Pate. New York. G. P. 
Putnam. India proof. 

1080. PROPOSED COLOSSAL EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF WASH- 

INGTON. Full figure on horseback, facing to the front. (In 
Independence Square.) Mixed. 

Height 6 8- 1 6 inches; width 5 inches. 

Engraved by Jno Sartain from the Original Model by Stanhauser. 
India proof. 

1 08 1. Standing figure, full face. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

"Cincinnatus and Washington were greater in their retirement 
than Caesar and Napoleon at the summit of their ambition." New 
York, Charles Wells. 

Title Page of Colton's Laocon. 

1082. Standing figure, full face. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 



1083. - Standing figure in uniform leaning on a bundle of 

fasces; Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

and standing figure in loose robe, with bundle of fasces in left hand; 

Line. 

Height a 2-16 inches; width i inch. 

on one sheet. (Engraved by A. B. Durand.) 

1084. AMERICA GUIDED BY WISDOM. On the foreground Min- 
erva, the goddess of wisdom, is pointing to a shield supported 
by the Genius of America, bearing the arms of the United States, 
with the motto "Union and Independence," by which the country 
enjoys the prosperity signified by the horn of plenty at the feet of 
America. The second ground is occupied by a triumphal arch with 
an equestrian statue of Washington placed in front, indicating the 
progress of the liberal arts, etc. Line. 

Height 15 4-16 inches; width 22 2-16 inches. 

Drawn by John J. Barralett. Engraved by B. Tanner. "An Alle- 
gorical representation of the United States, denoting their Indepen- 
dence and prosperity." 

1085. GENERAL WASHINGTON. A rock beaten by the sea, the outline 
of which is so drawn as to make a profile portrait of Washington, 
facing to left; the heading to a folio sheet with a beautifully composed 
biography of Washington. Line. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 10 10-16 inches. 

G. Murray Sc. London Printed by W. S. Benke. Philadelphia 
Reprinted by J. Maxwell 1811. 

One of the most beautiful biographies ever written of Geo. Washington, and a fitting end to 
this great collection of engraved portraits of that wonderful man. 



CATALOGUE No. 9O6 PART II 



THE 



HAMPTON L. CARSON 

COLLECTION 



OF 



JEFFERSON. FRANKLIN 



AND 



LAFAYETTE 



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CATALOGUE No. 906 PART II 



THE UNIQUE COLLECTION 



OF 



ENGRAVED PORTRAITS 



OF 



Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, 

AND 

Gilbert Mottier de La Fayette 



INCLUDING 



The largest and most valuable collection ever offered the public, and 
world-noted on account of its many great rarities and completeness. 



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REMARKS 



This catalogue embraces the second portion of the Hampton L. Carson 
Collection of Engraved Portraits, etc., and includes a series of Portraits 
of three of the most important factors in our struggle for independence, 
viz., Thomas Jefferson, whose wise sayings and teachings enlightened the 
American people on the fallacy of despotic government and instilled into 
their hearts the fact that all men were born free and equal; Benjamin Franklin, 
the great philosopher and patriot, from whose teachings the whole world 
has benefited as much as from that of any other person, whose diplomacy 
won over to us the sympathy and help of the French nation, without which 
our independence would not have been attained, and whose statesmanship 
steered the barque of the young Republic into the safe harbor of freedom 
and self-government; and Gilbert Mottier de la Fayette, the brave and noble- 
hearted Frenchman, whose generous impulse led him to sacrifice home ties, 
to assist a struggling people to attain that freedom, for which he suffered 
so much, to gain for his own country. These three names, Jefferson, Frank- 
lin, Lafayette, are therefore fit to be associated; they formed the three sides 
of the triangle which enclosed the great firmament of the Declaration of 
Independence, from which scintillates the light from many other stars that 
brighten the atmosphere of this great and glorious country. 

It is the first time that any considerable collection of the portraits of 
either of these patriots has been offered the public, and this catalogue gives 
a list of such portraits, described after the admirable manner of the late 
W. S. Baker. The collections are as nearly perfect as many years of re- 
search and a great expenditure of money could make them possible, and 
this is the first attempted list published, forming, as it does, a guide for 
collectors, as well as giving a full and complete description of the many 
rarities contained therein. 

I have avoided to a great extent the use of superlative adjectives in 
describing the rarity of these portraits; as so many instances occurred 
when their use could be properly employed, I decided that it would become 
monotonous, and have therefore only occasionally made mention of their 
rarity, when a portrait of the most superlative rarity came under my observa- 
tion. A glance at the reproductions will give the reader an idea of the quality 
of the collection, and at the same time act as an incentive for a careful 
perusal of the whole catalogue. 

STAN. V. HENKELS. 



INDEX 



PORTRAITS OF THOS. JEFFERSON 

PAGES 

Rembrandt Peale Type 1-3 

Chas. Willson Peale Type 3-4 

Tade"e Kosciuscko Type 4-5 

Gilbert Stuart Type 5-13 

BouchType 14-16 

F. L. Cecile Type 16 

Thos. Sully Type 16 

St. Memin Type 16 

M. Brown Type 17 

Various Types 17-18 

St. Memin Album 19 

PORTRAITS OF BENJ. FRANKLIN 

Chas. Willson Peale Type 21-22 

B. Wilson Type 22-23 

Vanloo Type : 2324 

M. Chambertin Type 25-28 

C. N. Cochin Type 28-41 

Nini Type 42-43 

Versailles Type 44 

D. Martin Type 44~49 

Duplessis Type 49-72 

Profile Portraits 73-So 

Benj. West Type 81-82 

Thos. Gainsborough Type 82 

Giacomo Touron Type 83 

L. C. De Carmontelle Type 83-84 

Thos. W. SumnerType 84 

Miscellaneous Types 85-86 

Memorial Designs and Scenes from Life 86-92 

Members of Franklin's Family 93 

PORTRAITS OF GILBERT MOTIER DE LAFAYETTE 

Chas. Willson Peale Type 95~96 

C. A. Jacobi Type 96-98 

Quenedey Type 98-105 

Lavachez Type 105-106 

Jean Weyler Type 106-109 



P. L. De Bucourt Type 109-112 

L. Barre Type 112-113 

Bournieu Type ii3- ZI 4 

L. Le Paon Type 114-116 

Martinet Type 116-117 

Gerard Type 117-120 

MaurinType 120-121 

Ary Scheffer Type 121-125 

Mme. Marchand Type, Ary Scheffer head 126-131 

Julien Type, Ary Scheffer head i3 2 ~ I 33 

Geille Type, Ary Scheffer head i33- I 34 

Al. Massard Type, Ary Scheffer head 134-135 

Miscellaneous Types, Ary Scheffer head 136-144 

Caricatures and Scenes from Life 144-157 




THOMAS JEFFERSON Esq.' 




LOT 1086, REDUCED 



ENGRAVED PORTRAITS OF THOS. 
JEFFERSON. 



REMBRANDT PEALE TYPE. 

1086. THOMAS JEFFERSON ESQ* VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. Full bust, nearly full face, with white neckerchief and 
turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 13 4-16 inches; width 9 1-16 inches. 

R. Peale Pinx D. Edwin sc. 

Beautiful brilliant impression of this excessively rare print, and a magnificent specimen of 
Edwin's best work. 

1087. THOMAS JEFFERSON ESQ.? PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Fully described in preceding print. Stipple. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 9 1-16 inches. 

R. Peale Pinx. D. Edwin, sc. 

. 

Brilliant impression, with full margin; evidently an impression from the same plate as the pre- 
ceeding print, the only difference being in the wording. 

1088. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head slightly to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches 

Engraved by Harrison Jun? 

, . 

Fine impression; exceedingly scarce. 



1089. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, turned-up 

collar to coat. Stipple. 

er 

Height 10 10- 1 6 inches; width & 7-16 inches. 

. 

R. Peale Pinx? C. Tiebout sculp? 

"We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created; 
equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable 
rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 
That, to secure their rights, governments are instituted among men, 
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; That 
whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, 
it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new 
i i 



government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing 
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect 
their safety and happiness. Declaration of Independence." Phila- 
delphia, Published by M. Carey No 118 Market S 1 ., Feb. 20^ 1801. 
Copy right Secured. 

Fine and brilliant impression; exceedingly scarce. 

1090. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 8 12-16 inches; width 6 14-16 inches 

R. Peale Pinx! C. Tiebout Sculp* 

Choice brilliant impression of the " Large head oval." Very rare. 

1091. THOMAS JEFFERSON, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Full 
bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, turned-down 
coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Tiebout sc Published by D. Kennedy N? 228, Market S! 

A fine brilliant impression of the very rare " Small head oval" ; with full margin. 

1092. THE SAME. Rudely colored, and with portion of title and pub- 
lisher's address cut off. 

1093. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Full length, head three-quarters to right; the right hand extended, 
holding a document entitled "The Declaration of Independence," 
etc., which partly rests on a table upon which is a bust of Franklin, 
some books, and a cloth tucked up, revealing the leg; to the left an 
electrical apparatus, underneath which is a terrestrial globe; in the 
background large pillars and drapery. Stipple. 

Height 20 3-16 inches; width 13 inches. 

Published by A Day N. 38, Chesnut Street PhUad a . 

An unusually fine impression of this very rare print, which, although there is no lettering to 
denote it, is the work of Tiebout. 

1094. THE SAME. Variation in publisher's address: "Published by W. 
H. Morgan Philad a ." 

1095. THE SAME. 

Peale Del. Tiebout Sc. Pub by William 'Smith N. 702 S. 3? 
S? Phil* 

1096. THE SAME. 

This portrait was evidently first published without the artists' names, which were inserted after 
the plate came into^the possession of Mr. Smith, as all impressions bearing his name show much 
wear of the plate. 



ic97- JEFFERSON. Full length, head three-quarters to right; [the right 
hand resting on a terrestrial globe which stands upon a table on which 
is a document entitled "Independence of America," inkstand, books, 
etc.; in the lower right-hand are also some books resting against 
the leg of the table; to the left an armchair; in the background a 
pillar and a curtain, which, drawn aside, partly reveals a bookcase 
and books. Stipple. 

Height 19 8-16 inches; width 12 15-16 inches. 

1098. THE SAME. A more modern impression. 

1099. T. JEFFERSON. Bust, head slightly to left. Oval in a rectangle 

in which is a tablet with the inscription. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

B. Tanner sc. Published by M. Carey. 

1 100. ANOTHER COPY. 

noi. T. JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Full bust, nearly full face. Oval, with border of two lines. Stipple. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

Rare. 

1 102. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Bust, head slightly to left. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width a 2-16 inches. 

I. Kay 1807. 

1103. ANOTHER COPY. Late impression. 



CHAS. WILLSON PEALE TYPE. 

1104. TH. JEFFERSON. Bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, turned-up coat collar. Oval. Etching. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Etched by E. F. Faber. Chas. Willson Peale Pinx. 

From the painting in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, before its 
recent restoration. Published by William J. Campbell, Philadelphia, 
1895. Of the thirty-five proofs, this is No. 5. Artist's proof, signed. 

1105. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a 

rectangle. Wood engraving. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Henry Wolf. Artist's proof, signed. 



OTIS TYPE. 

1106. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust,' head three-quarters to left. 

* , i ' On stone. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

, . C Hamburger lithog. Printed by C. Hullmandel. Published by 
Colburn & Bentley, London, 1829. India proof. 

1107. TH. JEFFERSON. Half-length, head three-quarters to left, hands 

clasped. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Engraved -by Illman & Pilbrow. 



1108. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Half-length, head three-quarters to left. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Painted by Otis. T. Kelly sc. Published by Samuel Walker, 
Harlem Place, Washington Street, Boston. 

1109. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Half-length, head three-quarters to left, 
hands clasped. Line. 

Height 5 1-16 inches; width 4 1-16 inches. 

Painted by Otis. Engraved - by ' Neagle. Published by Joseph 
Delaplaine. Printed by Harrison & Porter. 

1 1 10. ANOTHER COPY. Without the publisher's address. 



TADEE KOSCUISZKO TYPE. 

mi. THOMAS JEFFERSON. A PHILOSOPHER, A PATRIOT AND A 
FRIEND. Bust, head crowned with olive wreath, in profile to right; 
background 'of clouds, and a representation of lightning. Oval. 

Aquatint printed in colors. 

Height o 11-16 inches; width 8 2-16 inches. 

Dessine par son Ami Tadee Koscuiszko. Et Grave par Ml Sokol- 
nicki. Very rare. 

n 12. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, laureated head in profile to 
right. Line. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width i 12-16 inches. 

Dessine" par Tadee Koscuiszko grave sur Acier 1829 par Antoine 
Oleszczynski. 

Choice India paper proof before the border, with the title in open letter. 










LOT 111, REDUCED 



C IK. I V . C L- 



1 1 13. THE SAME. Proof before the border and with the inscription: 
"I. W. Tomaszowi Hrari Grabowskiemu Rad: Stanu RR: Pol: 
Dyr: Gen: Wyz: Rel: Kaw: Wielu Ord: Poswieca z Uszanowaniem a." 

1114. THE SAME. Before the border, title in facsimile of Jefferson's 
autograph. 

1115. THE SAME. India proof, with ornamental border. 

1116. THE SAME. India proof, with ornamental border different from 
the preceding. 

1117. THE SAME. With ornamental border in which is the title "Jeffer- 
son," and "Danlos, Editeur, Quai Malaquais, I. Paris," in one line 
underneath border. 

1118. THE SAME. With different border, underneath which is the title, 
" The Jefferson (Jefferson, President des Etats-Unis) Benard, Editeur, 
Galerie Vivienne, N. 49"; over the border, " Galerie" Napoleon." 

The above seven lots form a remarkable series of the different states of the print, and are of great 
rarity. 



GILBERT STUART TYPE. 

1119. THOMAS JEFFERSON. 3? PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
Half-length seated, head three-quarters to left; hands clasped, resting 
on a table to the left, upon which is a bust of Franklin and some 
books; drapery in the left background. Lithograph, 

Height ii 7-16 inches; width 9 9-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinxt W. Bait on Stone. 

Published by G. Endicott, 359 Broadway New York. India proof. 

n 20. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. White 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by J. C. Buttre. Engraved ex- 
pressly for this work. 

1 121. TH. JEFFERSON. Bust, head in profile to left. Circular medallion. 

Mezzotinto. 

Diameter 4 5-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. C. Buttre from a painting by G Stuart in the pos- 
session of MT Jefferson's family. 



H22. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Childs & Inman Lith 1 ? 

1123. JEFFERSON. Bust, head in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height a 13-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinx. W. Birch delin. D Edwin sc. Copy Right 
Secured according to Law. Exceedingly scarce. 

1124. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar; pillars in the background. 
Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

G. Stuart Pinxit. R. Field, Sculpsit. 

Boston, Published by Robert Field, March 14*^ 1807. See Plate. 

Exceedingly scarce. Beautiful brilliant impression with wide margin. 

1125. TH. JEFFERSON TROISIEME PRESIDENT DE ETATS UNIS. MORT 
EN 1826. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, 
turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

H. Gamier. Lith de Ducarme. Galerie Universelle Publiee par 
Blaisot. 

Rare. First state. 

1126. ANOTHER COPY. With variation in title: "N6 le 2 Avrii 1743. 

morale 4 Juillet 1826." 

1127. ANOTHER COPY. With slight variation in title: "No 175." 

1128. THO! JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Heights 8-16 inches; width a 13-16 inches. 

Gimbrede Del & Sculp. N. Y. 

1129. ANOTHER COPY. 

1130. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
white neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. ' Mezzotinto. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width a 14-16 inches 

Stewart pinx Gimber sculp 

1131. ANOTHER COPY. Later impression. 



Mil 

1 .1 




G. Stuart, Pinzct 



THOMAS JEFFIEM(QN 



Boston. Pu6/,s/iecS 6v .*laA 



LOT 1124 



S^LIjt'j ,i A 1 



7 

1132. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, while 
neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 14-16 inches. 

d by H. B. Hall Jr. New York, D. Appleton & Co. 



1133. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head .three-quarters to left, white necker- 

chief, turned-down coat collar. In ornamental framework. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches 

Painted by Stuart. Engraved by J. B. Longacre. 
1133$. ANOTHER COPY. 

;' * i - - . ' *r > ' fl -. ' l V* ! i- t '< \ .'-- * *- '* 

1134. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Drawn & Engraved by J. B. Longacre from the Portrait by Field 
after Stuart. 

1135. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
white neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. B. Longacre from the original painting by G. Stuart. 

1136. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1136$. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, nearly full face, white necker- 
chief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Drawn by I. Hooper. Engraved by W. Maddocks. 

1137. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Stahlstich von Carl Mayer. Stuttgart, J. Scheible's Buchhandlung, 
Druck von Carl Mayer Nog. 

1138. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head slightly to right, whte neckerchief, 
turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 4 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Stahlstich von Carl Mayer. Aus. a, Kunstanst. d. Bibliogr. Instit. 
in Hildbh. Zeitgenossen N? 136 (vi Jahrgang). 

1139. ANOTHER COPY. 



8 

i i4o. ANOTHER COPY. With border. Shaded lines through title and 
variation in the address: "Inst. Bibl. excudit." "Meyer's Conv. 
Lex NO 89." 

1141. ANOTHER COPY. Proof before all letters. 

1142. JEFFERSON. (Double title.) Full bust, head three-quarters to 
left, white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 inches. 

Vernier del. Lemaitre dir. Millot Sc. 

1143. ANOTHER COPY. Single title. 

1144. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Exceedingly scarce in this 
state. 

1145. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

1146. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. One of a group of 10 oval 
medallion portraits. Stipple. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Dessine" et Grave" par Montaut. 

1147. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white necker- 

chief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 4-16 inches; width 9 2-16 inches. 

Lith: de C.' Motte. Mauraisse ft 1826. 

India proof. 

1148. ANOTHER COPY. Plain impression. 

1149. THO! JEFFERSON PRESIDENT DER VEREINIGTEN STAATEN IN 
AMERICA. Full bust, head slightly to right, white neckerchief, turned- 
down coat collar. Oval. Stipple, colored. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Gem. v. Stuart in America, gest. v. f W. Nettling. L. 1801. 

1150. ANOTHER COPY. Un colored. 

1151. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

On Stone by A Newsam. P. S. Duval. Lith. Phil? 



1152. THOMAS JEFFERSON. 3^ PRESIDENT or THE UNITED STATES. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white neckerchief, turned-down 
coat collar. Oval in a fancy border resembling a frame. Lithograph. 

Height 10 4-16 inches; width 9 inches. 

On Stone by A. Newsam. P. S. Duval. Lith. Philad a 
Philadelphia, Published by C, S. Williams, N. E. corner of Market 
6- 7* St. (Copyright 1846) 

1153. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Painted by Stuart. Eng? by O. Pelton. Boston. 

1154. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white necker- 
chief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette in a ruled border. 

Stipple 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 

T. Pfitzer sc. Rare. 

1155. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
white neckerchief, turned-down collar. Etching. 

Height 17 inches; width 12 14-16 inches. 

(Etched by Albert Rosenthal after the Painting by Stuart) Copy- 
righted and Published by William J. Campbell Philadelphia 1895. 

1156. THE SAME. Artist's remarque proof, signed, on parchment. 

1157. THE SAME. Artist's remarque proof, signed, on Japan paper. 

1158. THO! JEFFERSON ESQ? Full bust, head slightly to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Painted by G. Stuart. Engraved by S. Topham. 
Leeds, Published by Davies 6* Booth. 

1159. ANOTHER COPY. 

1160. THOMAS JEFFERSON. INAUGURATED PRESIDENT 1801. Full 
bust, head three-quarters to left, white neckerchief, turned-down coat 
collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

A. Willard. 

Title-page to "History of the United States. Hartford, 1823." 



IO 

1161. THE SAME. Cut down and name of engraver erased. 

1162. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
white neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

G. Stuart. Pinx' T. B. W. sc. 

1163. Bust, head three-quarters to left, white neckerchief, 

turned-down coat collar. Vignette in a circle composed of two lines. 

Line. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 
Proof. Extremely rare. 

1164. JEFFERSON. Bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, 
turned-down coat collar. Vignette in a circle of a single line. Stipple. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 
Proof. Extremely rare. 

1165. THO? JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA. Full bust, nearly full face, white neckerchief, turned- 
down coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Painted by Stuart, in America. Sold &* Published August i, 1801, 
by Edit/* Orme, 59, New Bond Street, London. Printed in brown. 

1166. THE SAME. "European Magazine." Published by J. Sewell, 
Cornhill June i. 1802. Printed in black. 

1167. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 

chief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 
Very scarce 

1168. THO? JEFFERSON. BORN, APRIL 2, 1743. IN. 1801. OBT. 
JULY 4, 1826. JE 83. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Line. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 
India proof. 

1169. ANOTHER COPY. India proof, slightly damaged. 

1170. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 8- 1 6 inches; width 4 inches. 



II 

1 I7i. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 

white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval in a border in 
which is the title. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

G. Stuart Del. 

1172. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, fur coat collar. In engraved work resembling a frame. Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width a inches. 

1173. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, stand-up coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height a inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

1174. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, turned-down coat collar. Oval in ornamental border. Stipple. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 
Bank note vignette. Proof. 

1175. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, stand-up coat collar. Oval in an ornamental border. Line. 

Height i 11-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Bald. Causland &* Co. Phil a . India proof. 

1176. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 

white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval in border of olive 
leaves tied with a ribbon at the bottom. Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

Bureau, Engraving & Fruiting. Script title. Proof. 

1177. ANOTHER COPY. With title in Roman letters. India proof 
before the publisher's address. 

1178. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Stipple. 

Height i 7-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 
Bank note vignette. India proof. 

1179. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. 1801 TO 1809. 

Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white neckerchief, stand-up 
coat collar; with ornamental border. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 inches. 



12 

n8o. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Bust, head three-quarters to left, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Circular medallion, with title 
in the upper margin of the border. Stipple, 

Diameter 4 inches. 

Cut from a large sheet entitled " The Declaration of Independence." 

1181. ANOTHER COPY. With Thomas Jefferson's name imperfectly 
spelled "Thomas Jeffer." 

Very rare in this state. 

1182. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

1183. Full length, head three-quarters to left; seated in an 

armchair at a table, writing; to left upon the table are some books; 
to the right on the floor, back of the chair, is a large book; in the 
background a curtain drawn aside revealing a pillar. Stipple. 

Height 7 5-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 

From the original painting by Chappel, in the possession oj the 
Publishers. 

1184. ANOTHER COPY. Proof before all letters, on India paper. Large 
paper copy. 

1185. TH. JEFFERSON. Three-quarter length, seated at a table, writing; 
head three-quarters to left; curtain in the background drawn aside 
revealing a pillar. Stipple. 

Height 7 7-16 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

From the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the 
publishers. Johnson, Wilson, & Co., Publishers, New York. (Copy- 
right 1873) 

1 1 86. Half length, seated; head three-quarters to left; hands 

clasped and resting upon a table to left, upon which is a bust of Franklin, 
books, documents, and inkstand; curtain drawn aside in the left 
background. Lithograph. 

Height ii 8-16 inches; width 9 10-16 inches. 
Choice India proof before all letters, and a fine specimen of stone engraving. 

1187. THOMAS JEFFERSON. THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. Half length, seated. Fully described in the preceding 
print, but without the bust of Franklin. Colored lithograph. 

Height ii 4-16 inches; width 8 12-16 inches. 

Lith & Pub by N. Currier 2 Spruce St. N. Y. 



13 

n88. THOMAS JEFFERSON. THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES. Half length, seated. Fully described in Print No. 1186, 
but without the bust of Franklin. Colored lithograph. 

Height ii 12-16 inches; width 8 12-16 inches. 

1189. THE SAME. Plain impression. Stained. 

1190. TH. JEFFERSON. Half length, head three-quarters to right. Oval, 
surrounded with a border in which are engraved scenes from Jefferson's 
life. Stipple. 

Height 5 15-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

Entered according to act of Congress AD 1856 by Martin, Johnson 
& Co in the clerk's office of the district court of the southern district 
of New York. 

1191. ANOTHER COPY. Copyright cut off. 

1192. JEFFERSON. Half length, seated; head three-quarters to left; 
hands clasped resting upon a table, on which are some books, an 
inkstand, and a document; with ornamental border with a vignette 
in the lower margin of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. 

Stipple. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

1193. THOS. JEFFERSON. Bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Process print. 

Height 16 14-16 inches; width 14 inches. 

Copyright 1895 by the Taber Art Co. 

1194. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, white necker- 
chief, stand-up collar. Vignette on black background. 

Colored lithograph. 

Height 18 inches; width 14 inches. 

1195. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Head three-quarters to left, white necker- 

chief, turned-down coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 1 8 2-16 inches; width 15 4-16 inches. 

1196. Three-quarter length, seated in armchair; head three- 
quarters to left; right arm resting upon a document upon a table to 
the left; the left arm resting upon the knee; drapery and pillars in 
the background. Photogravure. 

Height 20 inches; width 16 12-16 inches. 
Proof on India paper, with view of Monticello as remarque. 



14 

BOUCH TYPE. 

1197. JEFFERSON. Full bust, nearly full face, white neckerchief, stand- 
up coat collar. Line. 

Height 8 9-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

Dessind par le Baron Desnoyers, Grave par Dequevauvillier. 
Dedie au General Lafayette, Par son tres respectueux et reeonnaisant 
admirateur le Typographe N. Bettoni. India proof, full margin. 

1198. THE SAME. Choice proof before letters. 

1199. THE SAME. India proof, before the dedication, full margin. 

1200. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

An unusual collection of the different states of this beautifully engraved and rare portrait. 

1 201. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT DES ETATS UNIS DE L'AMER- 
IQUE, EN 1801. Full bust, fully described in the preceding print. 

Stipple. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Bouch detf Aug Desnoyers Sculp 1 . Depose a la Bibliothlque 
Nationale le 25 Sruelidor ang. Se trouve le C Martin M d . d'Estampes. 
Rue Fosse's Montmartre AT. 27. 

1202. ANOTHER COPY. Open letter proof, before the address. Very 
rare in this state. 

1203. ANOTHER COPY. Plain impression. 

1204. THOMAS JEFFERSON. THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 
STATES 1801-1809. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, stand-up 
coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

Lith by A. Fry. Printed by Hoff & Blode. Published by HojJ &* 
Bloede 180 William St r . corner of Spruce St r . N. York. India proof. 

1205. THOMAS JEFFERSON. THIRD PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED 

STATES, 1801-1809. Full bust, nearly full face, white neckerchief, 
turned-up coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

A. Frey Del. Sinclair's lith. 

1206. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, stand-up 
coat collar. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Eng d by H B. Hall's Sons, New York. India proof. 



1207. JEFFERSON. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, turned-up 

coat collar. Stipple. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. Hall. From a Print engraved by A. Desnoyers, 
under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful 
Knowledge. Published by Charles, Knight & Co. Legate Street. 
Choice proof on large paper. 

1208. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1209. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, nearly full face, white necker- 
chief, stand-up coat collar. Oval with arabesque border, with vignette 
in the lower portion, entitled "Jefferson shewing the draft of Declara- 
tion of Independence to Franklin and Adams." Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Bouch. T. Knight. 

1210. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, turned-up coat 

collar. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 
Eug Leguay sc d'apies A. Desnoyers. Proof before the inscription. 

1 21 1. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, 
stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Gust. Leguay sculp. Imp. F. Chardon aine 30 r. Haukfeuille Paris. 

1 21 2. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Bust, full face, white neckerchief, stand- 
up coat collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 18 8-16 inches; width 17 inches. 

lith* of M. H. Traubel & Co 46^ Walnut St. Philada. Very scarce. 

1213. T. JEFFERSON PRESIDENT DES ETATS-UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, stand-up coat 
collar. Oval. Stipple, colored. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

T. Jefferson President des Etats-unis de L'Amerique. Very rare. 

1214. ANOTHER COPY. Choice proof before the inscription. Very rare 
in this state. Uncolored. 

1215. ANOTHER COPY. Plain impression. 

1216. Full bust, full face, white neckerchief, stand-up coat 

collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 



i6 

1217. T. JEFFERSON PRESIDENT DES ETATS-UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. 
Vignette. Outline. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 



F. L. CECILE TYPE. 

1218." JEFFERSON. Bust, head in profile to left, with queue. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Cecile F. L Fecit. De"die a Monsieur Warden, ancien 

Consul des tats Unis a Paris. Very rare. 

1219. Photograph from the original drawing of the portrait 

from which the preceding print was engraved. 

1 2 20. Bust, head in profile to right, with queue. Vignette. 

Process print. 

Height 14 8- 1 6 inches; width n inches. 

Copyright 1893 by E. W. Smith. 



THOMAS SULLY TYPE. 

1221. Full length, head three-quarters to left, body to right, 

with long coat with fur collar and cuffs; standing between two pillars, 
scroll in the left hand. Stipple. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Thomas Sully Pinx. J. A. J. Wilcox, Sc. India proof before letters. 



ST. MEMIN TYPE. 

1222. TH. JEFFERSON. Head and bust in profile to right. Circular 
medallion. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 4-16 inches. 

From an Engraving on copper by St Memin made for Mr Jefferson 
during his residence in Paris, and until recently in Possession of his 
grand Daughter Mrs. Benjamin Franklin Randolph. 



M. BROWN TYPE. 

1223. TH. JEFFERSON. Half length, seated, head three-quarters to 
right; right arm resting on some papers on a table to right; figure 
of Liberty in the right distance. Line. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Painted by M. Brown Engraved by T. House. Engraved for 
Bancroft's History of the United States from the original picture, 
painted for John Adams, in 1786. India proof, large paper. 

1224. TH. JEFFERSON. Half length, seated, head three-quarters to 
right; right arm resting on some papers on a table to right. Stipple. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Eng d by A B. Hall, New York. D. Appleton & Co. 



VARIOUS TYPES. UNKNOWN. 

1225. THO? JEFFERSON THE PRIDE OF AMERICA. RETIRED MARCH 
4, 1809. Head and bust in profile to right, surrounded by clouds; 
over the bust the figure of America; under the bust The Angel of Fame 
blowing a trumpet. Oval, with border of two lines, in which is the 
name of the engraver; underneath the oval crossed olive branches 
with ribbon on which is the inscription. Stipple, colored. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 

Des d & Engd by T. Gimbrede N. Y. Published by Griffin and 
Rudd. New York. Printed at the N York Copper Plate Printing 
Office, 41 Chambers St r . Excessively rare. 

1226. T. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval in a rectangle; in the 
lower portion a tablet, on which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Scoles sc. Very rare. 

1227. T JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white 
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval in a rectangle; in the 
lower portion a tablet on which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

A close copy of the Print by Scoles, Lot 1226. 

1228. ANOTHER COPY. Stained. 

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i8 

1229. THO? JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. Bust, 
head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, turned-down coat 
collar. Oval with border. Stipple. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

1230. ANOTHER COPY. 

1231. JEFFERSON. Full figure on a pedestal, full face; pen in right 
hand; in the left hand a scroll entitled: "In Congress July the 4th 
1776. The Unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of 
America." Vignette. Line. 

Height 6 13-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Sculpt par P. J. David Grave* par Laroux. 

1232. JEFFERSON. Bust and head nearly in profile to left, white necker- 
chief, stand-up coat collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 2 6-i6][inches. 

Couche* fels sc. Proof, rare. 

1233. TH. JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar. Photogravure. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Financial New York. Proof on japan paper. 

1234. TH. JEFFERSON. Bust on a pedestal, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

J. B. Longacre H Meyer. From a Bust in Possession of the 
American Philosophical Society. 

1235. ANOTHER COPY. Inlaid. 

1236. THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, JULY 4 TH 

1776. Painted by John Trumbull. Engraved by A. B. Durand. 
Copy Right secured according to the Act of Congress Dec r . 2o th 1820. 

Line. 

Height 20 4-16 inches; length 30 inches. 
A beautiful brilliant early original impression; very seldom found in such a fine state. 

Hfij?, ANOTHER COPY. Choice open letter proof, with full margin. 

1 238. ANOTHER COPY. Open letter proof, slightly damaged on margin. 



1 .M U 

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THE THOS. JEFFERSON PORTRAIT 
FROM LOT 1239 



ALBUM OF MEZZOTINTO PORTRAITS BY ST. MEMIN. 

A Gift from the Artist. 

1239. THO. JEFFERSON. Full bust, in profile to right, with queue. 
Oval medallion. Mezzotinto. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width a 6-16 inches. 

St. Memin del? et sd . 

This portrait of Thos. Jefferson, to use the words of the late President Garfield, " is one of the 
most exquisite Engravings I ever saw, and a most beautiful portrait." It is the first one of Sixteen 
Portraits, mounted in an Album and Engraved by St. Memin, all being named in his Autograph. 
The other Portraits are Peter Jefferson, father of the President (called George by St. Memin); Kilian 
K. Van Rensslaer, Member of Congress from Albany; Felix Constant de Boisgerard, of Charleston, 
S. C.; Thos. Newton, of Richmond, Virginia; Dr. Alex Baron, of Charleston, S. C.; Capt. Jno. 
Cassin, of the U. S. Navy; J. H. Carr, officer in the U. S. Marines; Gabriel Duval, Justice of the 
Supreme Court of the U. S.; Hugh Nelson, of Fredericksburg, Va.; Mrs. Eliza Nelson, wife of 
Jas. H. Imley, of New Jersey (called Mm. Eliza Wilson by St. Memin); James Madison, father 
of the President (called Wm. Madison by St. Memin); Com. Oliver Hazard Perry (called Theo. 
Hunt by St. Memin); John F. Delaplaine, of New York; N. Morton, of Richmond, Va.; and 
St. Memin's Own Portrait. These are all neatly mounted Proofs, on separate Pages, with their 
names written underneath, and an Index of the whole in the handwriting of the Artist, who has 
through fault of memory wrongly named a few which I have corrected as above noted. The Title- 
page is also in the Autograph of the Artist, and reads: 

"Gagne pain 

d'un exile 1 

AUX ETATS-UNIS D'AniRiQUE. ''' ; 
de 1793 a 1814 

Dijon 1842. 

Le nombre des portraits de ce genre dessines 
et grave's par M r . de S* M. dans les prin 
cipales villes des Etats-Unis d'Amerique, 
61eVe a 760." 

On the fly-leaf is St. Memin's Autograph presentation of the Album to his friend, as follows: 

.'.' Offert 

A Monsieur G. Peignot. 
comme un faible hommage 
du sincere, respectaeux et Ire's affectueuse 
denouement du depinateur et graveur 
Fevret de S* Me'min." 

The Album is neatly bound in red morocco Gilt, by P. Pralon of Dijon, according to the order 
of the Artist, of whom a more interesting memento could not be had, as he evidently selected the 
portraits contained therein as the best examples of his work. 

See Plate. 




LOT 1240 



ENGRAVED PORTRAITS OF BENJ. 
FRANKLIN. 



CHARLES WILLSON PEALE TYPE. 

1240. HIS EXCELLENCY B. FRANKLIN L.L.D. F.R.S. PRESIDENT 
OF PENNSYLVANIA & LATE MINISTER OF THE UNITED STATES OF 
AMERICA AT THE COURT OF FRANCE. Full bust, head to right, with 
eyeglasses. Oval with a border; the Title in the border. Oval. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 5 5-i6 inches. 

C. W. Peale pinxt et. Fecit, 1787. Choice proof before all letters. 

A magnificent and Unique copy of this rarest of Franklin Portraits, with fine margin, and treas- 
ured by Mr. Carson as the Gem of his wonderful Collection of Franklin Portraits. See Plate. 

1241. THE SAME. Lettered impression, with full margin; printed in 
brown. 

Of Excessive rarity, a finer copy of which is not to be had. 

1242. DR FRANKLIN AGED 84. Full bust, head to left, with eyeglasses. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width a inches. 

C. W. Peale Pinx. D. Edwin, Sc. Very rare. 

1243. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. AET 84. Half-length seated, head to 
left, with spectacles, left arm resting on a table, upon which are some 
papers and an inkstand; in the background a curtain, drawn aside 
from a window, reveals an electric storm. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

C. W. Peale Pinxit. Albert Rosenthal Sc. From the original 
painting in the possession of the Historical Society of Penn? India 
proof. 

1244. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed. 

1245. THE SAME. First and second trial proofs. 2 pairs. 

1246. Full bust, head to left, with eyeglasses. Oval in a 

rectangle. Wood engraving. 

Height 6 9-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

H. Velten. Proof. 

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22 

1247- THE SAME. Proof on India paper. 

1248. Full bust, head to left, with eyeglasses. Oval, in a 

frame. Phototype. 

. Phototype from the Original Painting by C, W. Peale. 



B. WILSON TYPE. 

1249. R FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, 1761, L.L.D. F.R.S. 

( Three-cjuarter length, head and body three-quarters to left, the right 

hand holding a book entitled " Electric 1 . Exp 4 . 5 "; the left hand point- 

. ing to the book; to the right a table and chair and some electrical 

apparatus; upon the table are some books and an inkstand; to the 

1 [ : v 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 cur- 

tain drawn aside. Mezzotinto. 

Height 12 inches; width o 13-16 inches. 

B. Wilson Pinxt. ' J? M'Ardell fecit. 

Excessively rare. Beautiful brilliant impression. See Plate. . 

1250. B. FRANKLIN : OF, .PHILADELPHIA, L.L..D. F,R.S: Three- 
quarter length, head and body to left, with spectacles; the right hand 
holding a book entitled * Electric' 1 . Exp 4 . 3 "; the left hand pointing to 
the book; to the right 'a chair and table upon which is a scroll and 
inkstand, and an electrical apparatus; to the left a view of a city over 
which an electrical storm is passing, the lightning striking one of the 
.buildings. Mezzotinto. 

Height, 12 1-16, inches; vridth 9. 1 4- 16-. inches. . 

B. Wilson PinxW J* MeArdeil fecit. 

Fine impression; excessively rars. ,, ''.> , ,.,.,- 



THE SAME. With the publisher's' address : " Published May 
1794, by Laurie &* Whittle, 53, Fleet Street, London." 



1252. D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, ET VITA INTER AMERICANOS ACTA, ET 
MAGNIS ELECTRiciTATis PERicuLis CLARUS. : . Bust, head three-quarters 
to left. Oval resting on a base in a rectangle. The title in a 
tablet.. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

I. E. Haid sculp. A. V. 1778. 

Brilliant impression; very rare. 






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LOT 1256, REDUCED 



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1253. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

1254. THE SAME, but lettered "Roger Williams Born 1599 Died 1683. 
Engrv d For Daniel L. Jones." 



VANLOO TYPE. 

1255. FRANCKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with eye- 
glasses. Oval. Aquatint printed in colors. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 8 4-16 inches. 

Vanloo Pinxt. P. M. Alix, Sculp* A Paris chez Marie Francois 
Drouhin, Editeur & Imprimeur Libraire, Rue Christine, AT? 2, 
Imprim chez lin par Bechet. 

Very rare. Fine impression, full margin. 

1256. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters; exceedingly scarce in 

this state. See Plate. 

1257. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles. Head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Etch? by H. B. Hall N. Y. 1879. India proof. 



1258. Full bust, with spectacles, head three-quarters to right. 

Vignette. Line. 

, Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

(Engraved by H. B. Hall.) 

Choice proof before all letters. 



1259. FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Van Loo Pinx. J A J. Wilcox Sc. 

~ . ^ tj ' .. J t V >*"'. 

1260. BENJ* FRANKLIN. Full bust, with spectacles, head three- 

quarters to right. Oval surrounded with a wreath of oak and laurel. 

Lithograph. 

Height 9 7-16 inches; width 7 14-16 inches. 

Lith. de H. Brunet a Lyon. Very rare. 



S. ELMER TYPE. 

1261. THE POLITICIAN. Half-length, nearly in profile to right, with 
eyeglasses, seated at a table reading a newspaper; the left hand resting 
on a pamphlet entitled "Observations on the nature of Civil Liberty," 
etc. Line. 

Height 13 6-16 inches; width n 11-16 inches. 

Painted by S. Elmer A. Engraved by T. Ryder. Publisheda s the 
Act directs May i s ? 1782 by T. Ryder & Sold by A Torre & /. Thane 
N. 28. Hay Market. Fine original impression; rare. 

1262. THE SAME. Proof before the title, with variety in publisher's 
address: "Published Feb r ? i s f 1787 by Benj Beale Evans, Poultry 
London." 

1263. THE SAME. Rare early trial proof before the title on the pamphlet. 

1264. THE SAME. Variety in title: "The Politician [D 1 ; Benj. Franklin]." 
" The Original Plate Re-published July i, 1824, by Z. Sweet 38. Chancery 
Lane." 

1265. THE SAME. Before the title. 

1266. THE SAME. Variety in title: "The Politician" in open letter. 
London, S. Russell. Edinburgh, Rob 1 . Simpson London, Ackerman 



1267. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. ERIPUIT CCELO FULMEN SCEPTRUMQUE 
TYRANNIS. Fully described in Print No. 1261. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

I. G. Walker, Sculp 4 . 

1268. THE SAME. Before the artist's name, and variety in title: "D^ 
Benjamin Franklin" in open letter. 




LOT 1270, REDUCED 



M. CHAMBERLIN TYPE. 

1269. B. FRANKLIN, PHILADELPHIA L.L.D. F.R.S. 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. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 11-16 inches; width 10 15-16 inches.- -*/-' -j 

M. Chamberlin pinxt E. Fisher fecit. Sold by M. Chamberlin in 
Stewart Street, Old Artillery Ground, Spittal fields. 

Fine impression, full margin; very rare. 

1270. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Excessively 'rare in 
this condition. See Plate. 



1271. Three-quarter length. Fully described in Print No. 

1269. Stipple: 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

Dessine* et Grave par F. 'N. Martinet. 

II a rari le beu dea Cieux 
II fait fteurir les Arts en des Climats sauvages, 

L'Amerique le place a la tete des Sages 
La Grece Vauroit mis au nombre deses Dieux. 



1272. THE SAME. Later impression with the publisher's address. "Se 
vend a Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly. Rue S l . Jacques a la Ville de 
Coittances" ......... 



1273. D? FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, fully described in Print No. 
1269. . Stipple. 

Height 6 6-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 
Rare; full margin. 

1274. B. FRANKLIN, OF PHILADELPHIA, L.L.D. F.R.S. Tfcee- 
quarter length. Fully described in Print No. 1269. . Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches." . 

M. Chamberlin, Pinx' C. Turner, Sculpl A. R. A. Published for 
Bancroft's History of America. 

1275. THE SAME. After the title was changed to a facsimile signature 

of Franklin, and without publisher's address. 



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1276. BENJ A FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, head nearly full face, 
body to right; seated at a table upon which the left hand is resting, 
holding a manuscript; the right hand holding a pen. Vignette in a 
ruled border. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. J. Alias. 

1277. BENJ 1 ? FRANKLIN, L.L.D. THE LEGISLATOR OF AMERICA. 
DIED AT PHILADELPHIA, AGED 84. Half length, seated; 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, 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. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width a 11-16 inches. 

London, William Darton, 58. Holborn Hill, 1822. 

1278. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. ENVOY FROM THE AMERICAN 
CONGRESS TO THE FRENCH COURT. Three-quarter length, head 
three-quarters to right, body to left, seated in an armchair at a table; 
the right hand, resting thereon, holding some manuscript; the left 
hand hanging over the arm of the chair; to the right a window and 
a curtain drawn aside. Stipple. 

Height 6 inches; width 4 1-16 inches. 

1279. THE SAME. Without the background of the window and curtain. 

1280. THE SAME. Without the background of the window arid curtain, 
and with a slight variation in the chair. 

1281. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full length, head three-quarters 
to left, body to right; seated in an armchair at a table, upon which 
the left hand is resting, holding a manuscript; the right hand holding 
a pen. Vignette in a ruled border. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

M. Chamberlin pinx; G. M. Brighty del. J. Romney sculp. 
Pub. by C. Dyer Complom Str( Rare. 

1282. BENJA FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, head nearly full face, 
body. to right; seated at a table upon which rests the left hand, only 
partly visible, holding a manuscript; the right hand holding a pen; 
to the left an electrical apparatus, a curtain drawn aside reveals an 
electric storm passing over a city, the lightning striking a building. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

M. Chamberlin. S. Freeman. A. Fullarton &> C. 




LOT 1287 



27 

1283. B. FRANKLIN OF PHILADELPHIA, L.L.D. F.R.S. Half length, 
head three-quarters to left; body to right, seated in an armchair; the 
right arm resting on the chair, the hand holding a pen. Stipple. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

Chamberlin Pinx'. W. Haines Sd Philadelphia, Published by 
W. Haines N. 270 Arch Street Oct: 13'.* 1804. 

A beautiful impression with full margin of an excessively rare print; the only copy I ever saw. 



1284. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Half length. Fully described 
in the preceding print. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

W. Haines Set Published April i, 1806, by Longman, Rees, Hurst, 
&= Orme, Paternoster Row. 



1285. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Half length. Fully described 
in print by Haines, No. 1283. Stipple. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

S. Topham Sculp. Leeds, Published by Davies &" Booth. 

1286. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust, head three-quarters to left. Cir- 
cular medallion. Line. 

Diameter 2 8-16 inches. 



d by H B Hall N .Y. From the Portrait in Almon's Intelli- 
gencer, London 1777. Engraved from the Original Picture by Jno. 
Lodge. 

1287. - Bust, head three-quarters to left, body to right. Cir- 

cular medallion . Mezzotinto . 

Diameter i 9-16 inches. 

The excessively rare Watch-case Portrait. A choice proof before all letters, with a fine margin. 

See Plate. 

1288. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head three-quarters 
to left, body to right. Oval. Underneath the oval a vignette of a 
building and a representation of Franklin flying a kite in an electric 
storm. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

J. Chapman sculp. London, Published as the Act directs May 24^ 
1806 by J. Wilkes. 

1289. THE SAME. Printed in colors. 



28 

1290. 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." 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

" Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase 
a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor 
Safety." Address of the Assembly of Pennsylvania, in 1755. 
Engraved from an Original Picture by Jn Lodge. Printed accord- 
ing to Act of Parliament, for J. Almon, in Piccadilly, London 2i s f 
April 1777. Rare. 

1291. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half length, head three-quarters to 
right, body to left; seated in armchair; left hand resting on arm of 
chair. Vignette. One of a group of five patriots on a quarto sheet, 
the others being Dr. Hugh Blair, William Cowper, Gen. Elliot, and Earl 
of Chatham. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Published by James Cundee, Albion Press. London 1811. 

1292. Bust, head three-quarters to left, body to right. Cir- 
cular medallion. Lithograph. 

Diameter i 10-16 inches. 
Copy of the Watch-case Portrait. Rare. 



C. N. COCHIN TYPE. 

1293. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17. JANVIER 1706. Three-quarter length, with 
spectacles; head to left, with fur cap; coat trimmed with fur; seated 
in a chair to the right of a table upon which are some letters, an ink- 
stand, pen, etc.; the right hand holds a letter; in the background a 
curtain which, drawn aside, partly reveals to the left a bookcase and 
books. Mezzotinto. 

Height ii 13-16 inches; width 8 14-16 inches. 

Joh. Lorenz Rugendas Sculp et excud. Aug. Vind. 

Excessively rare. Magnificent impression. See Plate. 

1294. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left, 
with spectacles and fur cap. Vignette in a border resembling a frame. 

Line. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 
From the works of Benjamin Franklin. Edinburgh 1829. 




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LOT 13OO 



2 9 

- BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a tablet underneath 
the oval. -,^ .Stipple. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

L. A Claessens. Sculp. Fine impressions. 

1296. THE SAME. Colored. 

1297. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. . Full bust, head to left, 
with fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a 
base beneath the oval. . , v . . Line. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

T. Cook Sc. 

'''' -i. T . . >,-. i 1 - i .>. *. -. ";*,'' * -- * i .$>'' 

1297^. D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ET VITA INTER AMERICANOS AC ETTA, 

MAGNIS ELECTRICITATIS PERICULIS CLARUS. Full bust, head to ' left, 

with fur cap and spectacles. Oval resting on a base in a rectangle. 
The title in a tablet on the base. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 2- 1 6 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

I. Elias Haid Sculp 1780. Fine Impression. Rare. 

1298. D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, ET VITA INTER AMERICANOS, etc. 
Fully described in the preceding print. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 2-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

I. Elias. Haid. Sculp. 1780. 

a different Print from Lot 1297, perceptible in the Fur Cap and the Eye. Fine impression. 
Rare. 

1299. D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, ET VITA INTER AMERICANOS ACTA, 
ET MAGNIS ELECTRICITATIS PERICULIS CLARUS. Fully described in 
the print by Haid, Lot 1297. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 2-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

I. Elias Haid. Sculp 1780. . 

Very rare; an entirely different plate from either of the two preceding prints, perceptible in the 
fur Cap, Buttons on the waistcoat, "etc. ' 

1300. D. BENIAMIN FRAENCKLIN, GRAND COMISSAIRE PLENIPO- 

TENTIAIRE DU CONGRES D'AMERIQUE EN FRANCE NFJ , A BOSTON 

1706, EN 17. JANVIER. Nearly half-length, head to left, with fur cap 
and spectacles; the left hand holding a paper. Oval in a rectangle. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

desine par C. N. Cochin Chev. de 1'ordre du Roi a Paris 1777. 
Se vend a Londres chez Thorn Hart. 

Excessively rare. Fine brilliant impression. See Plate. 



3 

1301. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON DANS LA NOUVELLE ANGLE- 
TERRE LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval in a rectangle Title in a tablet beneath the oval. 

Line. 

Height 7 9-16 inches; width 5 9-16 inches. 

nach St. Aubin von Anton Kriiger gest. Very rare. 

1302. A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DOCTEUR DE MEDICINE. NE" A 
BOSTON CAPITALS DE LA PROVINCE DE MASSACHUSSET EN AMERIQUE 
LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Oval in a rectangle resembling a frame, resting on a base, 
on which is an opened book entitled "Pro Patria," a globe, inkstand, 
laurel branches, and some other books. The title in a tablet on the 
base. Line. 

Height 6 3-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

" Sa Vertue son Courage et sa Simplicity 
De Sparte ont retrace le Caractere Antique 
Et cher a la raison, cher a I'Humanite' 
II Eclaira 1' Europe et sauva rAmerique." 

P. Marin del Sculp. Very rare. 

1303. DR FRANKLIN. BORN AT BOSTON, IN AMERICA JAN? 17, 1706. 
Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Sold by W. Humphrey. Price i* 

A Superb impression; excessively rare. See Plate. 

1304. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE, IMPRIMEUR ET FONDATEUR DE LA RE'PUBLIQUE DES 
TATS UNIS DE L' AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Full bust, head to 
left, with fur cap. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a tablet beneath 
the oval. Stipple. 

Height 6 6-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

AParis chez Bance, Rue Zacharie N? 72. 

Excessively rare. The only copy I ever saw. 

1305. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, NE" A BOSTON DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur 
cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a tablet beneath 
the oval. Stipple. 

Height 7 10-16 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

1306. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left, 
with fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a 
tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 




LOT 1303 



3 1 

1307. DOCTOR FRANKLIN. Bust, head to left, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval in a rectangle, with border representing the walls 
of Troy. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 

1308. DR. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. . Stipple. 

Height 2 5-16 inches; width i 15-16 inches. 

Ja? Newton sculpsit. Proof. Very rare. 

1309. THE SAME. Printed in brown, before the artist's name. Very rare 
in this state. 

1310. THE SAME. On a quarto sheet, to the right of a similar portrait 
of Genl. Washington. 

Very rare. 

1311. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Published No? i s . 1 1784 b y Whitworth & Yates Bradford Street 

1312. D? FRANKLIN. Bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

Cut from a sheet containing other portraits. 

1313. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Oval over the top of which is olive branches tied with a 
ribbon. The heading to a sheet entitled " The Art of Making Money 
Plenty in every Man's Pocket by D T . Franklin." Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Neele sculp*. London, Published Nov r . io( h 1791 by John Wallis 
N 1 6 Ludgate Street. 

Excessively rare. " The Art of Making Money Plenty," etc., is here displayed in the old familiar 
Rebus of Franklin's. 

1314. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Vignette in the upper part of a folio sheet of a Rebus entitled "The 
art of making money plenty in every Man's Pocket: by Doctor Frank- 
lin." Stipple. Colored. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 inches. 

Published by S other an 6 s Son, 10 Little Tower Street, London 
1844. Ent d . Sta. Hall. 

Very rare. 



3 2 

1315. D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap 
and spectacles. Oval over which are olive branches tied with a 
ribbon. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width a 6-16 inches. 

J. Bannerman sculp. Rare. 

1316. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height 2 5-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

C. Eilig. Sculp: Very rare. 

1317. D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur 
cap and spectacles. Oval, over which are olive branches tied with a 
ribbon. Stipple. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Engrav'd by P. R. Maverick 65 Liberty Street. 

1318. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, LL.D. F.R.S. ONE OF THE AMERICAN 
PLENIPOTENTIARIES OF THE COURT OF FRANCE. Full bust, head to 
left, with fur cap and spectacles. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Pollard sculp. Engraved for " Murray's History of the American 
War." Printed for T. Robson, Newcastle upon Tyne. 

1319. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BORN AT BOSTON, JANUARY THE 17 

1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. Circular. 

Stipple. Printed in colors. 

Diameter 5 2-16 inches. 

C. Ruotte Sculp. 

Extremely rare. Beautiful impression with full margin printed in colors. 

1320. THE SAME. Printed in red. Beautiful impression with full margin. 

1321. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. PRESIDENT DES CONGRESSES zu PHILA- 
DELPHIA, GEB. zu BOSTON D. 17. JAN. 1706. GEST D. 17. APR. 1790. 
Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

C. F. Sprinck. sc. Dresden 1796. Very rare. 

1322. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON, DANS LE N L ? ANGLE- 
TERRE, LE 17 JANVIER, 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap 
and spectacles. Circular medallion, with a border. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 1-16 inches. 
Very rare. 



33 

1323. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. LL.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left, 
with fur cap and spectacles. Circular medallion in a rectangle, the 
title in a tablet beneath the medallion. Line. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

1324. FRANCKLIN. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Circular medallion in a rectangle. One of 6 portraits on an octavo 
sheet; the others being "Linnee," "Buffon," "Mabli," "J. J Rous- 
seau," and "Fr&le"ric II." Line. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

1325. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, LL.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to left 
with fur cap. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

1326. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Oval, resting on a scroll entitled " The Art of making money plenty 
in every man's Pocket By D* Franklin." Over the oval olive branches 
tied with a ribbon. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Pub. & Sold by S. Wood, 357 Pearl S*. N. Y. 

Modern impression. 

1327. Full bust, head to left, with fur cap and spectacles. 

One of three portraits in a circular medallion, with the inscription 
over the portraits " Le Flambeau de L'Univers." In a border around 
the medallion is the title, "Voltaire ne en 1694; Mort en 1778, J. J. 
Rousseau ne en 1712; mort en 1778. B. Francklin, ne en 1706; mort 
en 1790." Slipple. Printed in colors. 

Diameter 2 5-16 inches. 
Exceedingly scarce. 

1328. THE SAME. Together with the same medallion engraved in the 
reverse, both printed on one sheet. 

A later impression, but very rare. 

1329. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Oval, over the top of which are the rays of a setting sun 
and clouds, underneath the oval electrical apparatus. Line. 

Height 6 10-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

G. M. Brightly d. J. Brown s Published by T. Kinnersley June 
i,*' 1816. 
3 



34 

1330. THE SAME. Without the artists' names and with different pub- 
lisher: "London, Published by J. M^Gowan" 

1331. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17. JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to right, with 
fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 8 8-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

Dessine" par C. N. Cochin Chevalier de 1'Ordre du Roi I. S. 
Negges Sculps, et exc: 

A superb copy with full margin of this excessively rare print. 

1332. BEN A FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by Geo. E. Ferine N. Y. for the Eclectic, after Drawing 
by C. N. Cochin 1777. 

1333. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to right, with 
fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. The title in a tablet 
beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Dessine par C. N. Cochin Chevalier de 1'Ordre de Roi, en 1777. et 
Grave par Aug. de S* Aubin Graveur de la Bibliotheque du Roi. 
Se vend a Paris dies C. N. Cochin aux Galleries du Louvre; et ches 
Aug. de S l . Atibin, rue des Mathurins. 

1334. THE SAME. Choice proof before the publisher's address, with 
the artists' names scratched in the lower corners of the rectangle. 
Very rare in this state. 

1335. THE SAME. Before the address of the publishers. Fine impres- 
sion with full margin. Rare. 

1336. THE SAME. Unfinished proof. 

1337. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap 
and spectacles. Oval in a rectangle. Title in a tablet beneath the 
oval. Line. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

C. Westermayr f. Very rare. 



35 

1338. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, BORN AT BOSTON, THE 17^ J AN Y 

Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. Oval in a 
rectangle. The title in a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Printed for T. Hinton. at the Kings Arms, in Paternoster Row, 
Engraved for the Universal Magazine. 

1339. DR BENIAMIN FRANKLIN, GEBOHRN Zu BOSTON DEN 17 JAN*.? 1 
1706. Nearly half-length, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles; 
a book in the right hand, a curtain to the left. Oval in a rectangle 
resting on base upon which is the title. Line. 

Height 6 3-16 inches; width 3 p-i6 inches. 

(H. T. Tyroff. fc) 

1340. BENJAMIN FRAHKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
Nearly half-length, fully described in the preceding print. Aquatint. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

1341. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Oval. Aquatint. 

Height ii 12-16 inches; width 9 2-16 inches. 

Drawn by C. N. Cochin 1777. Engraved by. S. H. Gimber. Proof. 

1342. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head to right, 
with fur cap and spectacles. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

W. Harrison Jun? Sculp. For the American Universal Magazine. 
Scarce. 

1343. DR. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Oval on a sheet with a printed biographical sketch of 47 
lines. Stipple. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Holl, Sculp. India proof. 

1344. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1345. THE SAME. Choice proof before the title or biographical sketch. 

Very rare in this state. 

1346. BENJf FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Drawn by C. N. Cochin 1777. Eng d by A. H. Ritchie. India 
proof. 



36 
1347- THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1348. FRANKLIN. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Oval medallion, suspended on a pedestal with two other medallions 
containing portraits of "Washington" and "Louis Sieze"; on the 
base of the pedestal the inscription " L'Amerique et les Mers. 6 Louis ! 
vous reconnaissen 4 . pour leur LiberateuF"; on the top of the pedestal 
a crowing cock perched on a globe; to the right an Indian maiden 
with foot resting on a lion's head, a staff in the left hand and the 
right resting on the base of pedestal; to the right of the Indian, palm 
trees, one of which is encircled with a ribbon upon which is inscribed 
"En M'Elevant je M'Embellis"; to the left an anchor; in the left 
distance shipping. Circular, underneath which is the inscription 
" Inddpendance des Etats-unis"; and 28 lines of script in double 
columns. Aquatint. Printed in colors. 

Diameter, 5 S-i6 inches. 

Duplessis Berteaux del. L. Roger sculp, 1786. A Paris chez 
Blin, Imprimeur en Taille-Douce, Place Maubert, N. 17 -vis-a-vis la 
rue des 3 Fortes, A.P.D. R, 

1349. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Circular medallion with border, in the upper part of which 
is the inscription; to the right and left of medallion are olive leaves 
and palms. Line. 

Diameter 2 3-16 inches. 

C. Schule fee. Lipz, 1788. 

On the title page of "iAnleitung zum Selbstunterricht auf der Harmonika von Johann, Christian 
Muller. Leipzig 1783." 

1350. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Oval. Line. 

Height i 9-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Title page, Vol. II of the " Works of Benjamin Franklin, consisting of His life written by him- 
self. &c. Second Edition. London Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson Pater-noster Row 1793" 

1351. THE SAME. 

The title page to the Third Edition of the same work from which the preceding~print was taken 

1352. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Oval medallion suspended by a ribbon. Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 3-16 niches. 
India proof. Very rare. 

1353. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN IM HATTSKLEIDE. Full bust, head to 
right, with fur cap and spectacles. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches 
Rare. 



37 

1354- D? FRANKLIN. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Vignette in oval of two lines; underneath the bust the title. Stipple. 



Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 
Rare. 



1355. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LL.D. F.R.S. BORN JAN? 17*? 1706. 
DIED APRIL 17 1790. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Circular, around the margin of which is the title. Stipple. 

Diameter a inches. 

Printed on Silk. Very rare. Intended for a watch case and a beauti- 
ful specimen of engraving. 

1356. FRANCKLIN. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Circular medallion in a rectangle, resting on a base on which is the 
title. One of twelve portraits in an oblong 4to sheet, the others being 
Mirabeau, Rousseau, Voltaire, Descartes, Newton, etc. Stipple. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

1357. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Octagon. Stipple. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

N. Cochen del. F. Bolt Sc. 1822. Zwickau, b. d. Geb. Schimann. 

1358. THE SAME. Colored. Very rare. 

1359. FRANKLIN. Nearly half-length, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

Bosio inv. G. Caratteni inc. Colored. 

1360. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles; 
ruled background. The title in a tablet. Outline. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Drawn by Cochin Engraved by G. Cooke. London, Published by 
Vernor, Hood &" Sharpe, Poultry, 1807. 

1361. THE SAME. With an arabesque border. 

1362. THE SAME. Without the background, with border of four lines. 
The title spelled "Francklin" and variety in artist's name: "C. N. 
Cochin del' London direxj"; and "Hist. D'Amerique." 



38 

1363. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 
In a rectangle with border resembling a frame. The title in the 
lower portion. Outline. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Scoles. sculp. India proof. Rare. 

1364. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Three-quarter length, head to 
right, with fur cap and spectacles, and long coat with fur cuffs; stand- 
ing to the left of table, upon which are writing implements and paper ; 
the left hand resting on the table, the right holding a letter; a curtain 
partly visible to the left. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 inches; width 9 5-16 inches. 

Dessine par C. N. Cochin chevalier de 1'Ordre du Roi, en 1777. 
Joh. Martin Will excudit Aug. Vind. 

Fine impression of this excessively rare print. 



1365. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE" A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17. JANVIER 1706. Three-quarter length, head to 
right with fur cap and spectacles, and long coat trimmed with fur, 
standing to the left of a table, upon which are writing implements 
and paper, the right forefinger resting on the table, the left hand 
holding a letter; a curtain drawn aside to the right. Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 inches; width 9 6-16 inches. 

Dessine par C. N. Cochin Chevalier de 1'Ordre du Roi, en 1777. 
Joh. Martin Will, excudit Aug. Vind. 

An entirely different print from the preceding, and of the greatest rarity. 

1366. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Line. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

1367. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Published Aug 22, 1812 by G. Smeeton S f . Martin's Lane. 



1368. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 

Line. 

Height 2 7-16 inches' width 2 inches. 

Eng* on Steel & Printed at Pendleton Establishment. Boston. 



39 

1369. DOCTOR FRANKLIN. Nearly half-length, seated in an arm- 
chair, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

London, Published by William Cole 10 Newgate Street, Jan? 1825. 
India proof. 

1370. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1371. THE SAME. Variety in publisher's address :" Engraved for the Select 
Portrait Gallery in the Guide to Knowledge." 

1372. BEN 1 ?* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Oil color printing. David Davidson, 109 Nassau Street, N. Y. 

1373. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles, 

resting on a base on a monument; to the left the figure of America 
seated, resting on a shield; over the monument an eagle flying and 
holding a ribbon upon which is inscribed "Economy is wealth"; 
in the background shipping; on the monument the inscription " Rankin, 
& Fowler, Hat Manufacturers Market (122^) Street Philadelphia" 

Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Young & Delleker sculp. 

1374. THE SAME. Only with different engraver's address: "P. Maverick, 
Durand & C? sc. New York." 

1375. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BORN AT BOSTON, IN NEW ENGLAND, 
JAN? 17 1706. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 4 13-16 inches. 

M. Gauci del. Printed by C. Hullmandel. London Pub: by B: 
Taylor, May, 1873. India proof. Rare. 

1376. FRANKLIN IN PARIS, AGED 71. Full bust, head to right, with 

fur cap and spectacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches 

H. B. Hall. 

1377. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

K. St: v. C. W. Mieling. 



40 

1378. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 5-16 inches; width i 15-16 inches. 

J. Norman. Sc. "Ccelis eripuit fulmen Sceptrumque Tyrannis." 
Very rare. 

1379. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and 
spectacles. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

J C. Steinmetz fee. Zu Jdunna 1829. Steindr. v. C. E. Klinkicht, 
Buchdr. in Meissen. 

1380. BENJf FRANKLIN. Bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Cochin P! 1777. Eng. by H. Wright Smith. Proof before the title. 

1381. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1382. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap 
and spectacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

1383. D? FRANKLIN. FuU bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette encircled with an olive wreath. Stipple. 

Height i 5-16 inches; width i 1-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

1384. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spec- 
tacles. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 15-16 inches. 

Choice proof. Excessively rare. 

1385. FRANCKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles. 
Vignette. Outline. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

C. N. Cochin. Imp. de Liadieres: r. S*. Jacques, 171. Paris. 

1386. Bust on a pedestal, head to right, with fur cap; at 

the foot of a column upon which an eagle with outspread wings is 
perched; to the right the figure of Industry, seated on a plough, a 
beaver in the foreground; in the left distance shipping; underneath the 
whole, a fancy scroll upon which is the inscription, barely visible, 
"Franklin Manufactory of Patent Hats. 122^ Market Street Phila- 
delphia." Vignette. India ink drawing. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 



1387. FR^ENKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with cap and spectacles. 
Oval. Line. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Baekrenstecker sc. Exceedingly scarce. ' 

1388. D. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BEVOLMAGTIGTER DES AMERICAN- 
ISCHEN CONGRESSES IN FRANCKREICH, GEB. zu BOSTON D. 17 JAN. 
1706. Full bust, head to right, with fur cap and spectacles and coat 
trimmed with fur. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base; the title in 
a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 6 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

J. C. G. Fritzsch Sc. 1778. Rare. 

1389. BENIAMINO FRANKIN. Full length, seated in an armchair, head 
and body to right, with fur cap and spectacles; a table to the right 
upon which the left arm is resting, near some books and inkstand; 
to the left lower corner a scroll; in the left distance a window; in the 
right background a Franklin stove. Stipple. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

G. B. Bosio dis. G. A. Sasso inc. Rare. 

1390. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head to left, with cap. 
Oval medallion suspended by a ring tied with a ribbon, resting on 
a base in a rectangle; the title on a tablet in the base. Line. 

Height 6 7-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Desrayes del. le Beau scul. A Paris ches Esnauts et Rapilly, rue 
S'. Jacques a la Ville de Coutances, A. P. D. R. 

1391. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with cap and embroidered 
coat. Oval in a rectangle; beneath the oval a tablet in which is 
the title and the following: 

"Troplongtemps son ge"nie enchama le tonnerre, 
Vous tyrans, fremissez il regagne les Cieux, 
II va rendre a la foudre et sa force et ses f eux , 
Pour punir desormais les crimes de la terre." 

Stipple. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Mad e . Bergny M de . d 'Estampes de S. A. S. la Princesse 
Lamballe, rue du Coq S. Honor e A. P. D. R. 

1392. THE SAME. Printed in colors. Very rare. 



42 

NINI TYPE. 

1393. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, 
with fur cap. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Anderson S. Rare. 

1394. D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile 
to left, with fur cap. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

R. Gray sculp 1 . Published by W. Falconer, Glasgow, 1814 

1395. BENJ^ FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to left, 
with fur cap. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

W. Grainger Sculp' London, Published by H. D. Symonds, Patter- 
nosier Row, September the 25, 1794. 

1396. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to 
right, with fur cap. Oval. Underneath the oval is the following: 

"II a ravi le feu des Cieux 

II fait fleurir les Arts en des climats sauvages 

L'Amerique le place a la tete des sages 
La Grece 1'auroit mis au nombre de ses Dieux." 

Line. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Heath sculp*. From a Medallion in the possession of D^ Lettsom. 



J 397- - Fu H bust, head and body in profile to right, with fur 

cap. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Hopwood sc. Sold by George Nicholson, Poughnill. 

1398. D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile 
to right, with fur cap. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

E. Mitchell sc. Published by Oliver and Boyd. Edin r . 1812. 

1399. BEN A FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, 
with fur cap. Oval with a background engraved to represent an 
electric storm. Stipple. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Eng d from an Old Print, by J. A O'Neill. New York Elias Dexter, 
562 Broadway. 



43 

1400. BENJ? FRANKLIN. Full bust, fully described in the preceding 
print by O'Neill. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Scoles sc. Rare. 

1401. D* FRANKLIN. Full bust, 'head and body in profile to left, with 
fur cap. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

1402. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, with fur 
cap. Oval in a rectangle with border resembling a picture-frame. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

1403. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, with fur 
cap; on a sheet with 19 other portraits entitled " Miscellaneous Writers." 
Vignette. Line. 

Height i 7-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

1404. B. FRANKLIN. Bust, head and body in profile to left, with fur 
cap; surrounded by diverging rays. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

1405. BENJN FRANKLIN. Full bust, fully described in the print by 
O'Neill, No. 1399. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

1406. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, with fur 

cap. Vignette. Line. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

John Ball Belt et Sculp* Fine proof. Rare. 

1407. Full bust, head and body in profile to right, with fur 

cap. Circular. Line. 

Diameter 4 2-16 inches. 
Rare. 



44 

VERSAILLES TYPE. 

1408. FRANKLIN. Full bust, full face, body turned to left, with fur cap 

and collar; right hand thrust into the breast. Line. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; width 4 9-16 inches. 

Grave* par G v ? Levy. Paris Public par Gavard. Editeur, Rue 
de Verneuil, 34. Open letter proof. 

1409. THE SAME. Open letter proof before the publisher's address. 

1410. THE SAME. Open letter proof on India paper. 

1411. FRANKLIN. Full bust, full face, fully described in the preceding 
print by Levy. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

H. W. Smith. From the Painting in the Gallery of Versailles. 
Open letter proof. 



D. MARTIN TYPE. 

1412. FRANKLIN. Half-length, head to left, sitting at a table reading, the 
chin resting on the thumb of the right hand. Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. C. Buttre. 

1413. THE SAME, but with different title: "Benjamin Franklin, The Self 
Educated Man." 

1414. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length, head to left, seated with 
arms resting on a table, reading; the chin resting on the thumb of the 
right hand; to the left a curtain and a bust. Line. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Painted by Martin. Engraved by Geo. B. Ellis. 

1415- BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, LLD. F.R.S. Half-length, head to left, 
seated, with arms resting on a table, reading; the chin resting on the 
thumb of the right hand. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

D. Martin Pinx* C. Gobrecht sculpt 



45 

1416. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. L.L.D. Half-length, fully described in 
the preceding print. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by C. Goodman & R. Piggott, from an original painting 
by Martin, for the Analectic Magazine. Published by M. Thomas, 
1818. 

1417. DR FRANKLIN. Half-length; fully described in the print by 

Gobrecht, No. 1415. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Martin Pinx Goodman & Piggot sc. 

An entirely different print from the preceding. 

1418. 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. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Jas. Harris S.c. "Frontispiece." Rare. 

1419. BENJN FRANKLIN. Half-length, head to left, seated with arms 
resting on a table, reading; the chin resting on the thumb of the left 
hand. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

Drawn by Hoppner Mayer from an original Painting, Engraved 
by T Illman. Entered according to act of Congress in the District 
Court, N. Y. 

1420. BENJ4 FRANKLIN. Half-length; fully described in the print by 

Gobrecht, No. 1415. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by Illman & Pilbrow. 

1421. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length; fully described in the print 
by Gobrecht, No. 1415. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Martin Pinx! T. Kelly Sc. 

1422. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length; fully described in the print 
by Gobrecht, No. 1415. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches 

Engraved by J. B. Longacre, from a Painting by Martin. 



46 

1423. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length, fully described in the print 
by Ellis. Lot 1414. Stipple. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Painted by Martin. Engraved by Longacre. Published by Joseph 
Delaplaine. 

1424. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this 
state. 

1425. THE SAME. With printer's address: " J. Porter Printer." 

1426. THE SAME. Variety in publisher: "Published by S. C. Atkinson, 
PhiladV 

1427. FRANKLIN. Half-length, head to left, the left hand holding a 
book; the chin resting on the thumb of the right hand; with arabesque 
border. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Painted by Martin. Engraved by J. B. Longacre. C. S. Williams, 
New Haven Ct. 

1428. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, the chin resting on the thumb 
of the right hand. Oval medallion, one of four portraits as a Frontis- 
piece to Chambers' Biographical Dictionary 1835. Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

Lizars sc 

1429. FRANKLIN. Bust, head to left, the chin resting on the thumb of 
the right hand. Oval medallion; one of six portraits, the others 
being Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Lafayette, and Columbus. On 
the side of a monument surmounted with a vase and flowers; at the 
base of the monument, to the left, an old man seated. Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

O. Pelton sc. 

1430. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, chin resting on the thumb of 
the right hand; in a border engraved with a rulette; over the border, 
the representation of an electric storm; beneath the border, a tablet 
on which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Perkins & Heath. Patent Hardened Steel Plate. 

1431. THE SAME. Proof before all letters, on India paper and before 
the representation of an electric storm. Table, or ornaments in the 
corners of border. 




LOT 1432, REDUCED 



47 

1432. 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. 

MezzoMnto. 

Height 17 14-16 inches; width 14 inches. 

D. Martin pinx! E. Savage' sculpV London Published Sep 1 . 17. 
1793. by E. Savage, N. 50 Hatton Garden. 

A magnificent brilliant original impresson, with wide margin, of this very rare print. See Plate. 

1433. THE SAME. Choice brilliant original impression, but cut close to 

margin. 

1434. THE SAME. Modern impression. Printed & Published by A. 

Trochsier, 116 Washington St. Boston. 

1435. THE SAME. Modern impression, on India- paper, much superior 
to the preceding print. 

.. ' ' l< '-.. ' >'' ;"' ' ' 

1436. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length, fully described on the print 
by Gobrecht, Lot 1415. Line. 

Height 2 9-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Martin del. W. D. Smith sc. 

1437. BENJ4 FRANKLIN. Half-length, fully described in the print by 

Gobrecht, Lot 1415. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by A Willard. 

1438. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length, fuUy described in the print 
by Ellis, Lot 1414. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; 3 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by T. B. Welch from the Portrait by Martin in possession 
of the American Philosophical Society. 

1439. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, chin resting on 
thumb of right hand; in border resembling a frame, suspended by a 
string from a nail. Stippple 

Height 3.2-16 inches; width .2 4-16 inches. 

1440. BENJN FRANKLIN. Half-length, hefad and body to left; reading; 
left hand holding a book; the chin resting on the thumb of the right 
hand. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Entered according to act of congress in the District Court. N. Y. 



48 

I44I- BENJAMIN FRANKLIN L.L.D. Half-length, fully described in 
the print by Gobrecht. Lot 1415. Stipple. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

1442. Half-length, fully described in the print by Gobrecht, 

Lot 1415. Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Choice proof before all letters. 

1443. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Half-length, fully described in the print 
by Gobrecht, Lot 1415, but with an ornamental border, the title on a 
tablet in the border. Stipple. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 5 5-16 inches. 

Philad" Published by M. A. Milliette 320 Chestnut St. 

1444. Full bust, head to left, chin resting on thumb of right 

hand. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches width i 4-16 inches. 

(Bank note vignette) 

1445. Full bust, head to left, the chin resting on the thumb 

of the right hand. Oval in a rectangle. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; i 4-16 inches 

(Bank note vignette) 

1446. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, the chin resting 
on the thumb of the right hand. Oval with an ornamented floral 
border. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

National Bank Note Co. N. Y. India proof. 

1447. Bust, head to left, chin resting on the thumb of right 

hand. One of six oval medallion portraits, the others being Wash- 
ington, Jefferson, Marshall, Lafayette, and Wm. H. Harrison. Line. 

Height 15-16 inch; width 13-16 inch. 

India paper proof. Rare. 

1448. Bust, head to left, the chin resting on the thumb of the 

right hand. Oval in a circular border, inside of which is the following: 
"Philip Garrett & Son's Clock, Watch, Jewellery, Silver Ware, and 
Spectacle Store. N? 144 Market Street Between Fourth and Fifth 
Philad?" Line. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 11-16 inch. 
Rare. 



49 

1449- ~ F UU " bust, head to right, chin resting on the thumb of 

the left hand, with a similar portrait of Genl. Washington, after 
Stewart, on a two-dollar note of "The Kensington Savings Institu- 
tion" Philada Stipple. 

Height i inch; width 13-16 inch. 

1450. DOCTOR FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to left, reading a book 
held in the left hand, the chin resting on the thumb of the right hand; 
in an ornamental border. The heading to an engraved rebus on a 
folio sheet entitled " The Art of making Money Plenty in every Man's 
Pocket by Doctor Franklin." Colored lithograph. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Lith. & Pub. by S. Currier, 152 Nassau St. cor. of Spruce N. Y. 

1451. Full bust, head to left, chin resting on the thumb of 

the right hand ; on an ornamented title page of " Philadelphia as it is 
in 1852." Colored lithograph. 

Height i 2-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Printed in colors by Thomas Sinclair Lithographers. Lindsay &" 
Blakiston. Publishers 

1452. Full bust, head to left; chin resting on the thumb of 

the right hand. Oval in an arabesque border. The heading to a 
folio sheet entitled "Fac simile of a Letter from Benjamin Franklin 
to Humphrey Marshall a Pennsylvania Farmer." Line. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

Published by Thomas Fisher 1 10 South Front St. Philad a . 



DUPLESSIS TYPE. 

1453. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head to left. Circular in a 
rectangle, resting on a base. The title on a tablet in the base. Line. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

W. Angus. Sculp From a Painting in the Possession of F. Schwe- 
diauer, M. D. in Newman Street. Published April i s . 1 1783 by J. 
Fielding, Paternoster Row, J. Sewell, Cornhill 6* /. Debrett, Piccadilly. 

1 4 53 . BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, MINISTRE PLENIPOTENCIARIO DE LOS 

ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA EN FRANCIA. NACIO EN BOSTON EL 

DIA 17 DE ENERO DE 1706. Full bust, head to left, with fur collar. 
Circular medallion, suspended by a ring, resting on a base in a rectangle. 
The title on the base. Stipple. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Duplessis Pinxit De la Cruz Sculpsit. Se hallara en Madrid con 
otros Retratos, Casa de D. M. Copin, Car*? de S. Ger Rare. 

4 



5 

1454- BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base, on which 
is the title, and in a tablet on the base the following: 

" Honneur du nouveau monde et de I'humanit6 
Ce Sage aimable et vrai les guide et les e'claire 
Comme un autre Mentor, il cache a 1'ceil vulgaire, 
Sous les traits d'un mortel, une divinite, par M. Feutry." 

Line. 

Height 10 8-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

Duplessis Pinxit Parisiis 1778. Chevillet Sculpsit. Tire du 
Cabinet de M. le Ray de Chaumont. Brilliant impression, full 
margin. Very rare. 

1455. A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, DOTTORE IN MEDICINA. NATA A 
BOSTON CAPITALE DELIA PROVINCIA DI MASSACHUSSET IN AMERICA 
LI 17 GENNARO 1706. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Circular 
medallion resting on a base in a rectangle. The title on a tablet 
in the base. Olive leaves over the medallion. Line. 

Height 6 15-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

In Napoli per Talani e Gervasi al Gigante N. 3 e 7. Rare. 

1456. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, MINISTRE PLENIPOTENTIAIRE DES ExAxs 
UNIS DE L'AME'RIQUE PRES S. M. LE Roi DE FRANCE. N A BOSTON 
LE 17 JANVIER 1706. MORT A PHILADELPHIE EN AVRIL 1790. Full 
bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a 
base, on which is the title, Line. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Fr. Janet, sc. 

1457. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this 
state. 

1458. THE SAME. Early trial proof. 

1459. A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DOCTEUR EN MEDECINE. N A 
BOSTON CAPITALE DE LA PROVINCE DE MASSACHUSSET EN AMERIQUE 
LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval 
in an ornament rectangle, resting on a base, upon which are olive 
leaves, books, inkstand, globe, and open book inscribed "Pro Patria." 
The title in a tablet on the base. Line. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

P. Maren del Le Beau Sculp. 

" Sa Vertu son Courage et sa Simplicite 
De Sparte ont retrace" le Caractere Antique 
Et cher a la raison, cher a I'Humanite' 
II Ectaira 1' Europe et sauva 1'Amerique." 

Beautiful impression with full margin. 



5 1 

1460. A. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. DOCTEUR EN MEDECINE. N A 
BOSTON CAPITALS DE LA PROVINCE DE MASSACHUSSET EN AMERIQUE 
LE 17. JANVIER 1706. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in 
an ornamented rectangle, resting on a base upon which are olive 
leaves, books, inkstand, globe, and an open book inscribed "Pro 
Patria." The title in a tablet on the base. Line. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

P. Marin del sculp. Rare. 

1461. FRANKLIN, ERIPUT COELO FULMER, SCEPTRUMQUE TYRANNIS. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle resting on 
a base, upon which is the inscription. Line. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Engraved by Cha? Pye from an original Picture by Duplessis, in 
the possession of W Temple Franklin, Esq<: Published by Henry 
Colburn, London, Ocf. 1817. Choice impression, full margin. 

1462. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters on India paper. Very 
rare in this state. 

1463. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle resting on a base, a wreath of 
oak leaves tied by a ribbon at the top extending on either side of the 
oval; on the base to the right an eagle; to the left an open map and 
books; on the front of the base the word "Vir." Line. 

Height 6 2-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

T. Pelicier Sculp 1782. Rare. 

1464. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this 
state. 

1465. THE SAME. Early trial proof. 

1466. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a 
rectangle, resting on a base upon which is the title. Line. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width a 4-16 inches. 

Duplessis Pinx^ Alex r . e Tardieu Sculp 4 . India paper proof. Rare. 

1467. THE SAME. Choice proof before the title. Very rare in this state. 

1468. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, COMPAGNON IMPRIMEUR, MINISTRE 
PLENIPOTENTIAIRE DES 14 ETATS-UNIS DE L' AME'RIQUE SEPTEN- 
TRIONALE, N A BOSTON. CAPITALE DE LA NOUV-ANGLETERRE LE 
17 JANV. 1706. MORT A PHILADELPHIE EN AVRIL 1790. Full bust, 



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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: "!' Amour de la Patrie et de la Liberte." "Eri- 
puit Coelo Fulmen Sceptrum que Tyrannis." Line. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

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. 

Brilliant impression with full margin. Rare. 

1469. THE SAME. Choice proof, before the dedication on the tablet, 
with full margin. Very rare in this state. 

1470. BENJAMIN FRANCKLIN. NE" A BOSTON, EN 1706 MORT A 
PHILADELPHIE, LE 17 AVRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
left, with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle; beneath the oval a tablet, 
on which is the title. Line. 

Height s 6-i<5 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

a Paris chez Menard & Desenne Rue Git le Coeur N 8. Proof. 

1471. THE SAME. Proof, with only the word "Francklin" in open letter 
on tablet. On India paper. 

1472. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

1473. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a 
rectangle; beneath the oval a tablet in which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 
Proof. 

1474. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a 
rectangle, with a base, upon which is the title. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches 

Very rare. 

1475. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Steendr. van H. J. Backer. Dordt. 

1476. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

Bouvier Sc. 1833. Open letter prooj on India paper. 



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1477- THE SAME. Proof before the title, on India paper. 

1478. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

1479. THE SAME. Trial proof on India paper. 

1480. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Vernier del. Lemaitre dir. Delaistre. Sc. Open letter proof. 

1481. THE SAME. With the double title. 

1482. FRANKLIN. Half-length, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

E. Dentu, Ed. 13. Gal. d'Orleans (Pal. R) Paris. Euge*ne Leguay 
Gilquin et Dupain Imp. r. des Fosses. S l . Jacq. 3. Paris. India proof. 

1483. THE SAME. Early trial proof. 

1484. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Kl, St: v. C. W. Mieling. 

1485. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Duplessis gem. Stahlstich von Carl Mayer: Stuttgart, J. Schieble's 
Buchhandlung, Druck v. Carl Mayer. Nbg. 

1486. BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Savevio Pistolesi dis. inc. India proof. 

1487. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

F. Weber. Sc. durch Kunst-Verlag, W. Creuzbauer in Carlsruhe. 

1488. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Rare. 



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1489. THE SAME. Before the address of the publisher. 

1490. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. GESANDTER DER VEREINIGTEN NORD- 

AMERIKANISCHEN STAATEN AN DEM FRANZOSUSCHEN HOFE. GE- 

BOHREN zu BOSTON D: 17? JAN. 1706. GESTORBEN zu PHILADELPHIA 
IN APRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Oval with a border. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 
Rare, 

1491- Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar; 

on an ornamented sheet with 4 other portraits, the others being Dr. 
Johnson, Addison, Goldsmith, and Steele. 

Height 13-16 inch; width 12-16 inch. 
From Longacre's private collection. 

1492.^ FRANKLIN. CITOYEN DES ETATS-UNIS. Full bust, head three- 
quarters to left, with fur collar. Vignette. Outline. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

1493. BENJA FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with 
fur collar. Vignette. Woodcut. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

1494. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; 3 8-16 inches. 

Duplessis J. Andrews. From the original Picture by Duplessis 
in the possession of M? Barnett of Paris. Published by Whittemore, 
Niles 6 Hall. Printed by C. D. Andrews 

1495- Bust, nearly full face, with cap and eyeglasses; on a 

sheet with eleven other portraits of European celebrities. Vignette. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

1496. Full bust, head three-quarters to left with fur collar. 

Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches.' 

1497. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Vignette. 

Pen drawing. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 9-16 inch. 
An original design for a breastpin. 

1498. FRANCKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval. 

Pen drawing. 

Height i 1-16 inches; width 12-16 inch. 
Original design for a breastpin. 



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1499- Full bust, nearly full face, spectacles'on forehead, with 

fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph, 

Height 9 8- 1 6 inches; width 10 12-16 inches. 
Vtry rare. Proof before all letters. 

1500. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 2-16 inches; width 9 10-16 inches. 

Print d'apres nature pour la Famille. Expose* au Salon de 1779. 
Duplessis pinxit. A. Maurin. lith. Imp. lith. de Villain, rue de 
Sevres, N. 23. 

1501. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

1502. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Publti par van Lier jreres a la Haye. 

1503. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

1504. D? FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 Laches; width "9 4-16 inches 

1505.' BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette . Lithograph . 

Height 6 i a- 1 6 inches; "width 6 12-16 inches. 

Lit. Ridolfi. Fabia. Si vende alia Liberia e Cartoteria all'insegna 
di Franklin in Via Vacchereccia. India proof. 

1506. THE SAME. Variety in the address. 

1507. D* BN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Vign- 
ette. Lithograph. 

Height a 8-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

i 

1508. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 6 6-16 inches. 

Imp. Litho. de M el . le Formentin. a Paris, chez Deerouan, rue S*. 
Severin, N. 14. 



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1509. THE SAME. With an ornamental border. 

1510. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
MORT LE 17 AVRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with 
border of three lines. Line. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches 

Bertonnier sculp. India proof. 

1511. THE SAME. India paper proof, before the title. 

1512. THE SAME. Plain impression. The title in facsimile of Franklin's 
signature. 

1513. THE SAME. With ornamented border. Title in facsimile of 
Franklin's signature, and in Roman type in brackets, and address 
of Publisher: "Benard, Editeur, Galerie vivienne, N. 49." On India 
paper. 

1514. THE SAME. Within square of one line. Proof before all letters on 
India paper. 

1515. THE SAME. With artist's name. Proof on India paper. 

1516. THE SAME. Plain paper proof. 

1517. THE SAME. With a biographical sketch of Benj. Franklin, etc., in 
three columns, from " Iconographique instructive." Paris, De I'lm- 
primimerie de Rignoux, rue des Francs-Bourgeois-S. -Michel, N. 8. 

The above 8 lots form a remarkable series of this beautiful little portrait. 

1518. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Line. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

From a French Painting. Carter, Andrews & Co. Sc. 

1519. I AM YOURS B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
left, with fur collar. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

From a French Painting. Dick Sc. New-York, Harper & 
Brothers. 

1520. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar; 
with border of 4 lines. Line. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 1-16 inches. 

A. Dutillois sculp 1 ; 



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1521. THE SAME. With an ornamental border; with a tablet at the top 
in which is the inscription "Sciences." Danlos, Editeur, Quai Mala- 
quais, i. Paris. 

1522. THE SAME. With title in facsimile of Franklin's signature, and in 
Roman type, and ornamental border; over the border " Galerie Napo- 
leon." Bernard, Editeur, Galerie vivienne, N. 49. 

1523. THE SAME. With an arabesque border. Proof before letters. 

1524. THE SAME. In a square composed of one line, with a biographical 
sketch of Franklin in three columns, from " Iconographie instructive." 
Paris De I'lmprimerie de Rignoux, rue des Francs-Bourgeois-S.- 
Michel, N. 8. 

1525. THE SAME. With a biographical sketch of seventeen lines and 
variety in artists' names. "A. Dutillois Scu f . e Duplessis Pinxit." 

1526. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. On India paper. 

1527. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

The above 8 lots form a remarkable series of this beautiful little portrait; they are entirely different 
from the lots 1510-1517. 

1528. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar; 

hi ornamented border; the title in drapery on top of border. Stipple. 

Height 4 3-i6;inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. T. Fry. Published by Tho? Tegg, Cheapside. 

1529. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar; 

in border resembling a frame. Stipple. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

Janinet Pinx* G. Murray Sc. London. Published by John Sharpe, 
Piccadilly 1820. 

TitleJPage to "pr. B. Franklin's Essay, Vol. I." 

1530. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. 

1531. FRANKLIN. Half length, full face, seated at a table; the right 

forefinger resting on a paper on the table entitled " Philadelphie " ; in 
the left distance some buildings; to the right a curtain. Line. 

Height 5 14-16 inches width 4 6-16 inches. 

G. Staal del. Mocquet sc. Imp. Geny-Gros, Paris. Gamier freres 
Editeurs. 



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1532. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1533. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Line, 

Height 4 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Nordheim sculp. Zu Meyer's Monatshejten. (Published for Herr- 
mann J. Meyer, New-York") 

1534. THE SAME. Variety in publisher's address: "Eigenthum & Verlag 
des Bibl. Instituts in Hildburghausen." 

1535. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar; 

in border resembling a picture-frame, suspended by a ring. Stipple. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

Disegnato ed inciso da Ml e Pekenino in America 1822 Sopra la 
Miniatura di Janinet Pub? by the Engraver, Philadt 151 Pine St. 

1536. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar; in border resembling a frame, suspended from a nail. Stipple. 

Height a 14-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

Janinet p. Pekenino sc. 

1537. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, fully described in the preceding print 
by Pekenino. Stipple. 

Height 2 14-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

S coles sculp. 

1538. Full bust; head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Line. 

Height 2 1-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

A. Simonet. India proof before letters. Very rare. 

1539. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. L.L.D. F.R.S. Full bust, head three- 
quarters to left, with fur collar. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

From a French Painting. Engraved by T. Wright. 

1540. THE SAME. On a sheet with a portrait of Capt. James Cook. 

1541. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Proof before letters; a copy of the portra'it by Bertonnier, Lot 1510. 



59 

1542. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Line. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Proof before all letters. 

1543. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 13-16 inches. 

Proof before all letters on India paper. 

1544. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Gallerie beruhmter Manner N? i. Frankfurt a /m. in der Ifth. 
Anstalt V F. C. Vogel. 

1545. BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. 

Lithograph. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 

Lith di Gio, Ricordi. Pietro Fontana Milano presso Antonio 
Bossi Negoziante di Stampe Contrada dei tre Re N. 4091. 

1546. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1547. BEN * FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar. Oval with an ornamental border, at the bottom of which is 
a representation of Franklin flying his kite. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Faulted by Duplissis Eng? by R. E Babson & J. Andrews. Walker 
& White. Boston. New York Philadelphia & Baltimore. 

1548. FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17 JANV. 1706. MORT A PHILA- 
DELPHIE EN 1790. Full bust, nearly full face, with fur collar. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width 2 1-16 inches. 

F. Bonneville del. Delatour Sculp. Rare. 

1549. THE SAME. Colored, and with the address of the publisher: 
A Paris, Rue du Theatre Francois N". 4. 

1550. B. FRANKLIN. Bust, head three-quarters to left. One of a group 
of nine oval medallion portraits including W Penn, Sir Walter Raleigh, 
etc.; ornamented with floral wreath. Stipple. 

Height 1 2- 1 6 inch; width 10-16 inch 

Drawn by W. M. Craig Engraved on Steel by W. T. Fry. 



6o 

1551. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17. JANVIER 1706. 
Full bust, nearly full face, with fur collar. Oval. 

Aquatint, printed in colors 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 8 4-16 inches. 

F. Janinet sculp. 1789. Avec Privil, du Roi A Paris chez Janinet, 
rue Haute Feuille, N 5. Brilliant impression. Very rare, with fine 
margin. 

1552. THE SAME. Printed in colors. Brilliant proof before all letters 
with full margin. Excessively rare in this state. See Plate. 

1553. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON, LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
IMPRIMEUR; FONDATEUR DE LA RPUBLIQUE DES ETATS UNIS DE 
L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE, MORT A PHILADELPHIE EN 1790. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Dessine par Desrais. Grave par Cit? Montaland. A Paris, chez 
Basset M d . d'Estampes, rue Jacques, au coin de celle des Mathurins. 

Very rare. Engraved by a woman, the celebrated Citoyenne Montaland. 

1554. THE SAME. Printed in colors, with no margin. Extremely rare. 

1555. B. FRANKLIN. L.LD. F.R.S. BORN, BOSTON JAN? i7 T . H 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 Benja- 
min Franklin." 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

Size of whole sheet, height 16 14-16 inches; width 23 inches. 

Engraved by O. Pelton. Entered according to act of Congress in 
the year 1859 by Samuel A. Allen, and Tho s . R. Holland, in the Clerk's 
Office of the District Court of Massachusetts. India proof. 

1556. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (PHYSICIEN ET PHILOSOPHE) MEMBRE 

DE LA SOCI^TlS ROYALE DE LONDRES. N A BOSTON (ETATS UNIS 

D'AMERIQUE) LE 17 JANVIER 1706. MORT A PHILADELPHIE LE 17 
AVRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

Dessine d'apres le portrait peint par Duplessis a Paris en 1778. et 
Grave par Ambroise Tardieu. 

Fine impression, with full margin. 



6i 

1557. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

1558. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Oval. Line. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width a 15-16 inches 

Proof before all letters. 

1559. FRANKLIN. Bust, nearly full face. Oval medallion, on the front 
of pyramidal monument, with the portraits of J. J. Rousseau and 
Voltaire. On the base of the monument a tablet in which is the in- 
scription, "Aux amis de la veYite* la poste'rite Reconnoissante " ; on 
the top of the monument an urn, over which is a liberty cap, a flying 
cherub in clouds, holding a crown over the same; on either side of 
the monument are seated cupids near flambeaus, each holding a book, 
upon which is inscribed "Contrait Social" and "Melange Philosop." 
The whole in a circular medallion, with a border, around which is 
the title; over the medallion the motto "Les Immortels." Stipple. 

Diameter 3 1-16 indies. 

Paris, Rue du Theatre Francois NO 4. 

Very rare. 

1560. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters to left. Circular 

medallion surrounded with wreath of oak leaves. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 8-16 inches. 
Choice proof. Rare. 

1561. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Oval. Line. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

1562. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

1563. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. GESANDTER DER VEREINIGTEN NORD- 

AMERIKANISCHEN SlAATEN AN DEN FRANZOSISCHEN HOPE. GEBOHREN 

zu BOSTON D: 17! JAN: 1706. GESTORBEN zu PHILADELPHIA IM 
APRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 
Oval with a border. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

1564. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 
Choice trial proof. 

1565. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Oval. Line. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, New York. India proof. 



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1566. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Oval with an ornamental border. Line. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 
India proof. 

1567. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Oval with ornamental border. Line. 

Height 2 inches; width i p-i6 inches. 
(Bank note vignette.) 

1568. - Bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a wreath 

of flowers; the heading to a rebus on an octavo sheet, entitled: "The 
Art of making money plenty in every Man's Pocket by Doctor Frank- 
lin." Stipple. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width r 3-16 inches. 

1569. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

1570. B. FRANKLIN. BORN BOSTON JANY 17 1706. DIED AT PHILAD. 
APR^- i7 T . H 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur 
collar. Oval in a rectangle; the title around the oval. The centre 
of a folio sheet containing 24 engravings in ovals, entitled "Poor 
Richard Illustrated, Lessons for the Young and old on Industry, 
Temperance, Frugality, &c by Benjamin Franklin." 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Whole sheet, height 12 6-16 inches; length 20 12-16 inches. 

1571. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
with fur collar. Line. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Eng? by R. W. Dodson from a Painting by J. B. Longacre after 
an Original Miniature in possession of W J Duane Esq 1 : 6 (Copy 
right 1835) 

1572. THE SAME. Without the copyright. 

1573. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Line. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

C. A. Bovara inc. Per Vine? Ferrario. 

1574. BENJ A FRANKLIN. Full bust, head to right, with fur collar. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

J. D. Gross S9 



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1575- F UU< bust, head three-quarters to right. 

Aquatint printed in colors. 

Height 7 1-16 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 

G. Gallina f . Excessively rare. 

1576. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters 
to right. Line. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; 3 14-16 inches. 

Engraved by H. B. Hall from the original picture in Pastel painted 
from life by J. A. Duplessis hi 1783, and now (1868) in the possession 
of John Bigelow Esq. 

1577. THE SAME. Fine proof before all letters on India paper. 

1578. BENJf FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 

Line. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Eng<? by H B Hall Jr. New York. D. Appleton & Co. India 
proof. 

1579. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, with fur collar. 

Etching. 

Height 16 4-16 inches; width 12 4-16 inches. 

(Etched by Henri Lefort from an original painting by Duplessis 
presented by Geo A. Lucas, to the W. H. Huntington Collection of 
Americana, Metropolitan Museum of Art N. Y.) 

Artist's remarque proof, signed, on Japan paper. 

1580. BENIAMINUS FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Line. 

Height 7 4-16 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 

Michael Bisi del et scul. 1818 per Dalla Libera. Open letter proof. 

1581. BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Line. 

Height 7 2-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

Francesco Petroncini dis e inc. Open letter proof. 

1582. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right with fur collar. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 15-16 inches. 

Engraved by J. Thomson. From an original Picture by J. A. 
Duplessis in the possession of Mr Barnet, Consul General for the 
United States of America at Paris; under the Superintendence of the 
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. London Published 
by Charles Knight. Ludgate Street & Pall Mall East. India proof on 
large paper. Very rare in this state. 



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1583. THE SAME. India proof before letters on large paper. Very rare 
in this state. 

1584. THE SAME. Without the publisher's address. 

1585. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters to right, with 

fur collar. Wood engraving. 

Height 6 2-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Henry Wolf. Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 

1586. BENJN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with 
fur collar. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

New York. Virtue & Yorston. 

1587. THE SAME. With ornamental border, with vignette at the bottom, 

of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. India paper proof. 

1588. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar 

Stipple 

Height 5 1-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Proof before all letters, on India paper. 

1589. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar 

Line. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

1590. THE SAME. With title and address in Russian letters. 

1591. THE SAME. With the title in English and Russian, and the name 
of the painter, " Duplessis pinx." 

1592. BEN}* FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with 
fur collar. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

Painted by Duplessis. 

1593. BENJf FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, seated in an armchair, 
head three-quarters to right; the right hand, holding "Poor Richard's 
Almanac," is resting on a table to right, upon which are a number of 
books. In the right distance a globe and curtain drawn aside. Stipple. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

From the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the pub- 
lisher. Johnson Wilson &= Co. Publishers New York. (Copyright 
1873) 



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1594- THE SAME. Proof before all letters. On India paper. Large paper 
copy. 

1595. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 

Stipple. 

Height 2 1-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

1596. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar, 
in a ruled border. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 8-16 inches. 

1597. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

1598. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 8 8- 1 6 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 

Mauzaisse ft. 1826. Lith de C. Motte. India proof. 

1599. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17. JANVIER 1706. 
ERIPUIT COELO FULMEN SCEPTRUM QUE TYRANNIS. Half-length, 
nearly full face, with fur-trimmed coat, seated at a table upon which 
is a map entitled " Philadelphie " and spectacles; the right hand 
pointing to the map. The title in a tablet. Line. 

Height 13 5-16 inches; width 9 5-16 inches. 

Print par Madame Filleul. Grave" par Cathelin, Graveur du Roi. 
A Paris chez M. Boquet rile Comtesse d'Artois vis-a-vis celle Mau- 
conseil. 

Very rare. 

1600. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. 

Excessively rare in this state. 

1601. FRANKELIN. MINISTRE PLE'NIPOTENTIAIRE DES ETATS UNIS DE 
L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval in a rectangle resembling an ornamental frame, with 
title on a tablet in the lower portion. Line. 

Height 13 4-16 inches; width 10 inches. 

Dessine par Bounieu d'apres le Buste de M. T. Coudon. Grave" 
par Chevillet. " Galerie des hommes illustres vivans." 

Brilliant impression, with full margin. Rare. 

1602. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
with fur collar. Oval in a rectangle, resting on a base. The title 
on a tablet in the base. Line. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Goldar sculp 1 . Published Sep: 23? 1785. by J. Fielding, Pater 
Noster Row. 

5 



1603. D. BENJAMIN FR^NGKLIN. GRAND COMISSAIRE PLENIPO- 

TENTIAIRE DTT CONGRES D'AMERIQUE EN FRANCE N A BOSTON 

17.06,. EN 'i 7. JANVIER. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters to 
right, with coat trimmed with fur. Oval in a rectangle. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

desine par C N. Cochin Chev. de 1'ordre du Roi a Paris 1777. Se 
vend a Londres chez Thorn Hart. 

Fine impression. Very rare. See Plate. 

1604. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON, DANS LA NOUVELLE 
ANGLETERRE, LE 17 JANVIER 1706. Nearly half length, head three- 
quarters to right, with coat trimmed with fur. Oval in a rectangle 
resting on a base; under the base in a tablet: 

Honneur du nouveau monde et de 1'humanite, 
. "'.' Ce Sage aimable et vrai les guide et les e"claire, 

Comme un autre Mentor, il cache a 1'oeil vulgaire, 

Sous les traits d'un mortel, une divinite", par M 1 '. Feutry. 

Line. 

Height 10 6-16 inches; width 6 15-16 inches. 

Duplessis Pinxit. P. PL Sculp. Rare. 



1605. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
ERIPUIT COELO FTJLMEN SCEPTRUM QUE TYRANNIS. Half-length, 
nearly full face, with coat trimmed with fur. Seated at a table upon 
which is a map inscribed " Philadelphie " and spectacles, the right 
hand pointing to the map. The title in a tablet. Line. 

Height 13 5-16 inches; width 9 5-16 inches. 

Bononiq apud'Ludovicum Inig. D. A. S. Scul. 

Excessively rare. 

1606. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 
'.'." Oval in a rectangle. The title on a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

Duplessis. P. Alex? Tardieu sc. 

Fine impression with full margin. Rare. 

1607. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. THE STATESMAN AND PHILOSOPHER. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. Oval in a 
border resembling a frame. Colored lithograph. 

Height ii 12-16 inches; width 8 15-16 inches. 

Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier, 152 Nassau St. cor. of Spruce N. Y. 
(Copyright 1847) 




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1608. Full bust, nearly full face. Oval. Stipple. 

Height ig inches; width 15 6-16 inches 

Dessind par le Barbier 1'Aine d'aprds le Buste de Houdon. Grave 
par Alix. A Paris chez Jean, rue Jean de Beauvais, N. 32. Depose 
a la Bibliotheque Nationale. Very rare. 

1609. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 

Oval with a fancy border. Line. 

Height i 12-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches. 

Bald, Cousland &" Co. Phil : India proof. 

1610. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
Full bust, nearly full face. Oval. Aquatint. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

E. Gosselin. pt. 

1611. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N6 A BOSTON, LE 17 JANVIER 1706. 
MORT A PHILADELPHIE EN 1790. Full bust, nearly full face, with fur 
collar. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

F. Bonneville Deli. Gautier Sculp. A Paris chez, I'Auteur rue 
du Theatre Francais N. 4. 

1612. THE SAME. Colored. Rare. 

1613. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters 
to right. Oval in a rectangle. Line. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width n 4-16 inches. 

A. Krause sc. Druck v. Zehl. Leipzig. Pramie zum funfundzwan- 
zigsten Bande des New-Yorker Belletrishschen Journals. 

1614. THE SAME. Proof before letters. Very rare in this state. 

1615. BENJAMAIN FRANKLIN. NE A BOSTON EN 1706, MORT LE 17 
AVRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to right; with fur collar. 
Oval, with a border in a rectangle. Line. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Maria Miou sculp. 

1616. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. MINISTRE PLNIPOTENTIAIRE A LA 
COUR DE FRANCE POUR LA REPUBLIQUE DES PROVINCES UNIES DE 
L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE. N 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 



68 

lantern; over the oval a liberty cap on a spear; in the upper left-hand 
corner a flying dove with a ribbon; to the left a tree and a large tub; 
in the lower right-hand corner an eagle standing on a document en- 
titled "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. 

Height 10 10-16 inches; width 8 1-16 inches. 

N. L. G. D. L. C. A. D. L. del. et Sculp. Presents' a son Excellence 
quelle a acceptee le 14 Juillet 1780. par son tres Humble et tres obeissant 
Serviteur Bligny. A Paris chez Bligny Lander du Roi, M d . d'Estampes, 
Peintre, Doreur et Vitrier, Cour du Manege aux Thuilleries. 

1617. THE SAME. Choice proof before letters. 

Excessively rare in this state. 

1618. BENJAM: FRANKLIN. SCHUFTSTELLER, GESANDTER DER NORD- 

AMERICANISCHEN FREGSTAATEN, UND ERFINDER DER WETTERABLEITER 
GEBOHREN AM 17. JAENNER 1708, GESTORBEN AM 17 APRIL 1790. 

Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Aquatint printed in colors. 

Height 6 5-16 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

Ritter v. Radmannsdorf del. Exceedingly scarce. 

1619. Nearly half-length, head three-quarters to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 9 2-16 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Painted by A. Scheffer. En- 
graved by Ed. Girardet. Imprint 6r" Publie par Goupil & C*? 
Paris London Berlin New- York. 

1630. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval medallion, 

in an ornamental vignette of the " Franklin Fire Insurance Company 
of Philadelphia." Mezzotinto. 

Height i 9-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

Groome del. Tucker sc. 

1631. Bust, nearly full face. Oval. Stipple. 

Height i inch; width 14-16 inch. 
Bank note vignette. Proof. 

1632. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Circular. 

Woodcut. 

Diameter 12-16 inch. 
Notice of the expiration of a policy in the Franklin Fire Insurance Co. 



69 

1633- BENJ. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with 
fur collar. Oval, with ornamental border. Line. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width a 1-16 inches. 

Bureau Engraving & Printing. India proof. 

1634. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur 
collar. Oval. Etching. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 inches. 
Open letter proof. 

1635. FRANKLIN (BENJAMIN) N6 A BOSTON EN 1706, MORT EN 1790. 
Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur-trimmed coat. Vign- 
ette. Line. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Ferdinard Sc* Public par Blaisot. 

1636. THE SAME. Variety in title: " Le Sellier 'de Varsovie. " 

1637. THE SAME. Proof on India paper, before letters. Very rare 
in this state. 

1638. BENIAMINO FRANKLIN. Full bust in clouds, head three-quarters 
to right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Gaet Boncetti inc. 

1639. BENJ A FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Etching. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Etch? by H. B. Hall, N. Y. 1879. India P roo f- 

1640. THE SAME. Proof before all letters, on India paper. 

1641. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1642. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 

with fur collar. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 4 inches 

Eng? by Geo. E. Perine. N. Y. India proof. 

1643. THE SAME. Plain impression. 



yo 

1 6 4 4. BRONZE STATUE OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. INAUGU- 
RATED SEPTEMBER 17, 1856, IN BOSTON. Full length on a monument, 
head three-quarters to right; on the base of the monument to the 
right and left, vignettes of scenes from Franklin's life; in the back- 
ground people. Vignette. Machine engraving. 

Height 7 indies; width 4 2-16 inches. 

Drawn by H. Billings. Eng? by Smith Knight & Tappan. 

1645. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 

Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

J. A J. Wilcox Sc. From a Miniature by Duplessis in the possession 
of Mr Gillespie. Proof. 

1646. THE SAME. Proof on India paper, before the authority. 

1647. D * FRANKLIN. Half-length, head three-quarters to right. Vign- 
ette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Published by G. Smeeton S. Martin's Church Yard. 

i 

1648. BENJA FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right; the 
background a representation of an electric storm. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 inches. 

1649. Three-quarter length, leaning on the back of a chair; 

head and body three-quarters to right. Vignette. India ink drawing. 

Height 12 1 2- 1 6 inches; width q 4-16 inches. 

Beautifully executed and undoubtedly by a French artist. 

1650. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 7 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Lith. de. J. Brodtmann 



1651. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. N A BOSTON EN 1706. MORT LE 17 
AVRIL 1790. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

Lith de Ducarme. Julien. Galerie Universelle. Publie par 
Blaisot. 



1652. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 8 8-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 

Mauzaisse ft. 1826 Lith de C Motte. 

1653. THE SAME. India paper proof. 

1654. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

Prether. 

1655. - Full bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Radeau. 



1656. R FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur 
collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

A! e Farey. Paris, Rosselin, edit Quai Voltaire, 21 Lith. Auguste 
Bry, 142, r. du Bae. 



1657. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar, 
ignette. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; 

Schubert Inth? Lith de Loux. 



Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 inches. 



1658. B 1 * FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with 
coat trimmed with fur. Vignette Lithograph. 

Height 8 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Toussaint. Rosselin editeur, quai Voltaire 21 Imp. par Auguste 
Bry, rue du Bae. 134. 

1659. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 

Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 19 10-16 inches; width 16 inches. 

Kurz & Allison's Art Studio, Chicago U. S. A. 

1660. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

W. C. C & O. Publie par Soetens & Fils a la Baye. 



7 2 

1661. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with coat 
trimmed with fur. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 8 8-16 inches. 

B. 1840 et a Toulouse, rue S'. Rome. 18. a Paris rue S( Jacques. 

1662. BENJA FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with 
* fur collar. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 inches. 

NK. 

1663. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust, head to right. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 6 inches ; width 4' 8-16 inches. 

Lith. Duck u Verlag v Wilk Heimer in Berlin. 

1664. Full bust, head three-quarters to right, with fur collar. 

Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

1665. FRANKLIN - . Full bust, head to right. Vignette on a folio 
sheet with portraits of Napoleon, Lord Bacon, Scott, Shakespeare, 
Byron, Combe, Spurzheim, and the crania of various races; entitled 
Coomb's New Phrenological Chart. " Lithograph. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

Modeley, litho. 3 Wellington S'. Strand. Published by H. Renshaw, 
356 Strand. This is copyright. 

1666. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full length, seated in an armchair, 
facing to right; right hand resting on a map upon a table; the left 
resting on arm of chair, holding a pair of spectacles; a large book 
leaning against the chair to left; in the lower left corner a terrestrial 
globe, scroll and book; in the left distance a bookcase; in the right 
distance a window. Lithograph. 

Height 18 8-16 inches; width 12 12-16 inches. 

After the celebrated painting by T. H. Matteson, Eq. 

1667. Full Bust, head three-quarters so left, with fur collar. 

Vignette with black background. Colored lithograph. 

Height 19 8-16 inches; width 17 8-16 inches. 

1668. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, 
with fur collar. Vignette. Colored lithograph. 

Height 20 4-16 inches; width 21 indies. 

M. H. Traubel & C. 46^ Walnut St. Phila. 

1669. THE SAME. Uncolored. 



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PROFILE PORTRAITS. 

1670. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to right. Oval. 

Line. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

J. Akin Sc. Philad* Published by W Duane. Philadelphia, 
1809. Rare. 

1671. FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to right. Circular medallion. 
One of four portraits on a quarto sheet, the others being Voltaire, 
Rousseau, and Mirabeau. Aquatint. 

Diameter 3 inches. 

A Paris, Chez Allais, Graveur, rue de la Barillerie Maison de M r . 
le Clere, Apoticaire, au 3*" Excessively rare. 

1672. PETER I, FRANKLIN, FRIEDRICK II. Three busts in profile 
to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height a inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

D. Berger Sculp. 1808. Very rare. Proof. 

1673. BENIAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion, on a sheet with a portrait of John Howard. Line. 

Diameter i 14-16 inches. 

D. Berger sc. 1792. Very rare. 

1674. Bust and head in profile to left. Oval. Line. 

Height 12-16 inch; width 10-16 inch. 

(C. Burt) Bank note vignette. India proof of the portrait used on 
postage stamp. Very rare. 

1675. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to left. Cir- 
cular medallion. One of four portraits on an octavo sheet engraved 
with a roulette; in an ornamental border with a ruled background. 

.Diameter i 9-16 inches. 

Executed by J. Bate by means of his Patent Engraving Machine. 
For the Mechanics Magazine Vol xxv Printed by Ellis & Co Old 
Broad St. Published I s * Dec r . 1836 by J. Cunningham, Peterboro 
Court. 

1676. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GEBOHREN 1706. Bust and head in 
profile to left. Oval medallion, suspended by a ring tied with a ribbon, 
in a rectangle. The title under the medallion. Line. 

Height 4 11-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

D. Berger. Sculp 1783. Very rare. 



74 

1677- THE SAME. With variation in the address of the artist: " D. Berger 
Sculps. Berolini, 1783." 

1678. B. FRANKLIN. L.L.D. AND F.R.S. BORN AT BOSTON. JANY 17, 
1706. DIED AT PHILADELPHIA, APRIL 17, 1790. Head and bust in 
profile to left. Circular medallion in an oval, in a rectangle, with a 
border; the medallion encircled with oak and olive leaves. The title 
in the border. The heading to an imperial folio sheet containing 24 
beautifully engraved oval medallions, entitled "Bowles's Moral Pic- 
tures or Poor Richard Illustrated, Being Lessons For the Young and 
the Old, on Industry, Temperance, Frugality, &c. By the late Dr. 
Benj. Franklin." Line. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

Dighton del 4 . Published as the Act directs, 29, Sep r . 1803. Printed 
for and Sold by Bowles and Carver, No. 69 St. Paul's Church Yard. 
London. Very rare. 

1679. B. F. Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular medallion in a 
wreath of oak leaves, bound together at the bottom with a ribbon. 

Stipple. 

Diameter 9 3-16 inches. 

Lethere Delineavit. Darcis Sculpsit. A Paris Chez Potrelle. 
M d . d'Estampes. Rue Honore, N. 54. Rare. 

1680. THE SAME. Proof before the publisher's address with the artist's 
name scratched in. 

1 68 1. Bust on a pedestal, head in profile to right; at the 

bottom of the bust are some books. Stipple. 

Height 4 6- 1 6 inches; width i 12-16 inches. 

From Edwin's Portrait of Jefferson. 

1682. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BORN JAN? 17 1706. DIED APRIL 

17 1790. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches. 

Edwin sc. 

1683. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Bust and head in profile to 
right. Oval. Line. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Drawn by T. Holloway from the Bust modelled at Paris from the 
Life, engrav'd by Allardice. R. Campbell & C. s . Edition of the 
History of England. 

1684. THE SAME. From the "Literary Magazine." 



75 

1685. BENJ. FRANKLIN. GEBOREN zu BOSTON IN NEW ENGLAND D. 
17. JAN. 1760. NON SORDIBUS AUCTOR NATURAE VERIQUE. Bust and 
head in profile to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

I. Hess sc. 

1686. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D! Bust and head in profile to right. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

W. R. Jones sc. Rare. 

1687. BENJ. FRANKLIN NATUS BOSTON, XVII JAN. MDCCVI. Head 
and bust in profile to left. The obverse and reverse of a medal 
by Dupre*. Etching. 

Diameter i 14-16 inches. 

Jules Jacquemart. India proof. 

1688. BENIAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust in profile to right on a pedestal 
mounted on a monument, being crowned with a wreath of oak leaves 
by the figure of Liberty, which is standing to the right; a cupid is 
seated at the bottom of the monument holding a map of the two hemi- 
spheres, with a wand in the right hand pointing toward the map; 
drapery in the upper left-hand corner. Line. 

Height 6 1-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

H. Lyps det & sc 

1689. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Head and bust in profile to left. Vign- 
ette. Etching. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width a 8-16 inches. 

Etched by Thomas Landseer. Published by Hunt & Clark, Tavi- 
stock Street, Covent Garden. Transferred from copper to stone by 
C. Hullmandel. Very rare. 

1690. BENI. FRANKLIN. GEBOREN zu BOSTON IN NEU ENGLAND, DEN 

17. JAN. 1706. NON SORDIBUS AUCTOR NATURAE VERIQUE. Bust 
and head in profile to right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

C. G. Nestler fee. Very rare. 

1691. M? LE D? FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to left. Oval 
medallion. The title in a tablet beneath the oval. One of 40 por- 
traits hanging on the wall of a representation of Voltaire's drawing- 
room. Line. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width 13-16 inch. 

Whole sheet, height 10 4-16 inches; length 16 g-i6 inches. 

Dessine* par Duche. Grave par Ne'e. Proof before letters, with 
bust of Voltaire as remarque. Rare. 



76 

1692. BENJ* FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Bust and head in profile to 
left. Oval draped with an olive wreath, on the same sheet with a 
portrait of " The Hon b l e John Adams. " Line. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

Noble sculp. New London Magazine. Published by Alex r . Hogg 
at the King's Arms N. 16 Paternoster Row. Mar. i, 1780. 

1693. B. FRANKLIN. L.L.D. F.R.S. AMBASSADOR FROM THE CONGRESS 
OF AMERICA TO THE COURT OF FRANCE. Head and bust in profile to 
left. Oval with a border. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches: width 3 7-16 inches. 

J. Norman Sc. Very rare. 

1694. B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Bust and head in profile to right. 
Oval in a rectangle, suspended by a ring, draped with olive leaves, 
and resting on a tablet in which is a vignette representation of an 
army. Line. 

Height 6 11-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Engraved from the Original Medallion for the Hib* Magazine 
(1810). "Where Liberty dwells there is my Country!" Very rare. 

1695. THE SAME. Before the authority or address. Excessively rare in 
this state. 

1696. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. "Where Liberty dwells, there 
is my country. " Bust and head in profile to right. Oval. Line. 

Height 2 5-16 niches; width i 11-16 inches. 

Scoles, sculp. Rare. 

1697. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to right. Oval 
medallion suspended by a ring, with ribbon tied in a bow at top, in a 
rectangle; the title under the medallion. Line. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 2 11-16 inches. 

Saack. sc. Very rare. 

A close copy in the reverse of the Print by Berger Lot 1676. 

1698. BENJ. FRANKLIN. GEB 1706; GEST; 1790. Bust and head in 
profile to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 5-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Stottrup sculp. 

Excessively rare. It rates in rarity with the portrait of Washington engraved by Wright. See 
Plate. 




LOT 1698 



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1699- BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Bust and head in profile to right. 
Oval. Line. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Engraved by Thackara & Vallance. Philad? 1794. 

1700. D* BENJ. FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to right. Oval 
in rectangle, on a background representing stonework. The title 
in a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

Tanner sc. Philadelphia, Published by W. W. Woodward, 1801. 

1701. BENJ. FRANKLIN L.L.D. Head and bust in profile to left. Oval. 

Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Engraved by B. Tanner, N. York, Sept? 1794. New York Pub- 
lished by Sam 1 . Campbell Oct r . 1794. 

1702. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Head and bust in profile to left. Vign- 
ette. Line. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; length i 9-16 inches. 

J. V. N. Throop. sc. 

1703. FRANKLIN. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

From Houdon's Bust. Engraved by T. B. Welch. Boston, Pub- 
lished by Hilliard. Gray & C. H. Zing. Printer. 

1704. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BORN JAN? 17 1706. DIED APRIL 
i7 T . H 1790. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

Warnicke. Sc. 

1705. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

1 706. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

Eng d by E. Wellmore from an original drawing by J. B. Longacre 
after the bust by Houdon. 

On the Title Page of " The National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans." 

1707. BENJ: FRANKLIN. Bust and head in profile to left. Circular 
medallion. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 4-16 inches. 

C. Westirmayr fecit 1794, nanch einem Basrelief. Excessively 
rare. 



7 8 

1708. Bust and head in profile to left. Oval in a rectangle. 

Outline. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 
Rare. 

1709. B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. BORN AT BOSTON IN NEW ENGLAND. 
JAN 17 1706. Head and bust in profile to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Non Sordibus Auctor Naturae Verique. 

1710. - Bust on a base, in profile to left, resting on a bracket 
upon which is a lamp, globe, books, etc.; over the top the motto, 
"Eripuit Coelo Fulmen, Sceptrumque Tyrannis. " Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

1711.- Head and bust in profile to left. Machine engraved. 

Height i 8-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 
On the title page to " My Son's Book. Henry F. Anners Philadelphia." 

1712. THE SAME. On a certificate of stock of the Sugar Loaf Coal Com- 
pany, with similar portrait of Washington. 

1714. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Head and bust in profile to left. Vign- 
ette. India wash drawing. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 
Original India ink drawing, beautifully executed, about the early half of the nineteenth century. 

1715. Full bust and head in profile to left. Vignette. 

Process print. 

Height 8 inches; width 5 2-16 inches. 
From the Patience Wright Wax Portrait. 

1716. B. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. BORN AT BOSTON IN NEW ENGLAND, 
JAN. 6 1706. DIED AT PHILADELPHIA; APRIL i7 T . H 1790. Bust 
and head in profile to left. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Eripuit Coelo Fulmen; Sceptrumque Tyrannis. N? V] Massachu- 
setts Magazine [Vol. 1 1 . Very rare. 

1717. B. J; FRANKLIN. EST MORT. Bust and head in profile to left. 
Circular medallion, underneath which is an olive wreath with diverg- 
ing rays, in the center of which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

Dediee an Caffe Piscope. Very rare. 



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1718. - Bust and head in profile to left. Oval, on a sheet with 

a silhouette portrait of Genl. Washington. Oval. Outline. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Columb. Mag. (March 1788). 

1719. BENJ. FRANKLIN. NATUS BOSTON XVII. JAN. MDCCVI. Bust 
and head in profile to left. Circular, the obverse and reverse of a 
medal. Engraved with a roulette. 

Diameter i 12-16 inches. 

London, Published May 10, 1833, by Effingham Wilson, Royal 
Exchange. 

1720. Head and bust in profile to right. Stipple. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

1721. LE DOCTEUR FRANCKLIN COURONN PAR LA LIBERTE. Bust 
in profile to right, resting on the globe ; supported by an angel holding 
a sword in the right hand, and a scroll in the left, inscribed " Con- 
stitution du Gouvernement de Pensilvanie Art. if"; to the right 
Liberty with a crown of olive leaves in each hand in the act of crowning 
Franklin; at the bottom in the foreground a bundle of fasces and 
olive leaves ; at the top a Liberty cap on a pole, from which are emanat- 
ing diverging rays. Aquatint. 

Height 9 1-16 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Rare. 

1722. Bust and head in profile to right. Oval medallion sus- 
pended on the side of a tree, to the right a crowing cock perched on a 
fence, and shipping in the distance. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

" Franklin office, Barber & Perry Copper Plate Printer's. Back of 
N? 8 South Sixth S 4 . Philadelphia." 

1723. Full bust and head in profile to right. Silhouette 

in circle of two lines. India ink drawing. 

Diameter 2 inches. 
Beautifully executed. 

1724. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. "Where Liberty dwells, There 
is my Country. " Bust and head in profile to right in oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Rare. 



8o 

1725. BENJ. FRANKLIN, L.L.D. F.R.S. Bust and head in profile to 
right. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Rare. 



- - Bust and head in profile to right in the center of a 
wreath of flowers. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

"Bristol Hard Porcelain Flower Piece, (size 8f in. X 7$ in.). Por- 
trait of Benjamin Franklin. In the collection of M^ William Edkins, 
Bristol. " 



1727. BENJ. FRANKLIN. NATUS BOSTON XVII. JAN. MDCCVI. Bust 
in profile to right; the obverse and reverse of the Dupre medal. 

Stipple. 

Diameter i 10-16 inches. 

Copia. Sculp. 

1728. - Full bust and head in profile to right. Circular 
medallion with a Grecian border. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 9-16 inches. 

1729. - Bust in profile in right. Oval. Outline. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 
From Lavater's Physiognomy. 

1730. - Bust in profile to right. Vignette. 

Stipple, printed in colors. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width i 7-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

1731. - Full bust and head in profile to right. Vignette. 

Outline. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 inches. 



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BENJAMIN WEST TYPE. 

1732. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, L.L.D. Full bust, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 i a- 1 6 inches; width a 14-16 inches. 

Engraved by R. Page. Published by J. _ Robins 6* C. London, 
July i, 1826. 

1733. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, in border 
resembling a frame, suspended from a nail. Stipple. 

Height a 15-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

Janinet p. Pekenino sc. 

1734. BENJ. FRANKLIN, LLD. FRS. Full bust, head three-quarters 
to right. Line. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 11-16 inches. 

R. Scott sc. 

1735. B. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left, in a border 
resembling a frame, suspended from a nail. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width a 3-16 inches. 

Scoles sculp 

1736. FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Vignette, one 
of five portraits on an octavo sheet, the others being Scott, Cowper, 
Wilberforce, and Belzoni, in an ornamented border. Stipple. 

Height i 3-16 inches; width i inch. 

1737. BENJ A FRANKLIN. Full length, seated, head to right, legs 
crossed, walking-stick lying on the knee; the left hand holding a paper, 
the right pointing thereto; in the right background a curtain and 
books; to the left a table. Line. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Painted by Alonzo Chappel. Eng"? by T. Phillibrown. Martin, 
Johnson, & Company, Publisher, New York (Copyright 1859) 

1738. THE SAME. Variety in publisher's address. India proof. 

1739. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval, with 

drapery on either side. Over the oval a representation of a kite and 
electric storm; at the bottom of oval a kneeling Indian girl and the 
Angel of Fame blowing a trumpet. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Pub. July. i. 1805, by M. Jones, Paternoster Row. 
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1740. D? BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval with a border in which is the inscription. Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

From an original Picture in the Possession of the late General Wash- 
ington. 

From the Works of the late Celebrated Dr. Franklin. Edinburgh, 1808. 

1740^. Full length, seated, head three-quarters to left, with 

red cloak; the right hand testing the electric spark from a key which 
is suspended on the string of a kite flying in an electric storm; in the 
lower left, cherubs playing with electric apparatus; to the right, three 
cherubs surprised at Franklin extracting electricity from the clouds. 

Colored process print. 

Height 13 3-16 inches; width 9 11-16 inches. 

From an Original Picture by Benjamin West. P. R. A. India proof. 



THOS. GAINSBOROUGH TYPE. 

1741. DOCTOR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three- 
quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by W Evans from an original picture (the last painted) 
in the possession of D? Ja? Hamilton. Published for Lackington 
Allen fir 3 C. Jan? i, 1804. 

1741$. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. ESQ* 2 Half-length, head three-quar- 
ters to left, right hand thrust into the waistcoat. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

Tho? Gainsborough. R. A. G. Sanders. From the original Picture 
in the possession of the Marquis of Lansdowne. London. Henry 
Graves fir Camp? 6 Pall Mall. 1868. 



GIACOMO TOURON TYPE. 

1742. B. FRANKLIN. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a 
rectangle, resting on a base, in which is the title. Flowers strewn 
around the base. Line. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Ramondi incise. Dal depinto sopra smalto di Giacomo Touron 
presso il Marchese Girolamo d'Adda in Milano. Choice proof on 
India paper, signed. 

1743. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

1744. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1745. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle. 

Line. 

Height a 15-16 inches; width i 13-16 inches. 

T. Holloway Direxit. 

On a Page from a work on Physiognomy, evidently by Lavater. Rare. 

1746. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

A close copy of the Preceding Print, from a French Edition of a work on Physiognomy. Evidently 
by Lavater. 



L. C. DE CARMONTELLE TYPE. 

1747. 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. Line. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

L. C. de Carmontelle, Del. Nee, Sculp. " On 1'a vu ddsarmer les 
Tirons et les Dieux." Paris chez Neeruedes Frances Bourgeois, Porte 
S( Michel. A.P.D. R. Rare. 

1748. THE SAME. Choice impression with full margin before the en- 
graver's name. Very rare. 

1749. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters, with wide margin. 
Excessively rare in this state. 



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1750. B. FRACNKLIN. Full length, seated, head and body to right. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 

Senn Sculp. 

A copy of the Preceding print, although much smaller, and without the inscription on the 
Document. 

1751. BENJAMIN 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 in which is the title; 
on the edge of the base the motto, " On 1'a vu desarmer les tyrons et 
les dieux." Line. 

Height 7 2-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches. 

Carmontelle del E. G. sc. 

Choice impression. Very rare. 

1752. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. L.L.D. Full length, seated, head and 
body in profile to right. Stipple. 

Height 3 13-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 
A close copy of the print by Senn, Lot 1730. 



THOS. W. SUMNER TYPE. 

1753. FRANKLIN AT TWENTY. Full bust, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

H. B. Hall. Painted in London. 



1754. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, head to right, the 
left hand thrust into the waistcoat. Stipple. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

G. F. Storm Sc. From the original Picture in the Possession of 
Thomas W. Sumner Esq. 



MISCELLANEOUS TYPES. 

1755. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Oval. Line. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Zambellis sc; On India paper. 

1756. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. L.L.D. Full length, standing, head three- 
quarters to right; the left hand thrust into the breast; the right hand 
in the coat pocket, with hat tucked under the arm. Vignette in a 
border resembling a frame. Line. 

Height 6 10-16 inches; width 4 7-16 inches. 

Published by H. D. Symonds, Aug( 27, 1796. Rare. 

1757. Full bust, head nearly full face, laughing; one of a 

group of portraits in caricature; on a table to the right a document 
entitled "Acts of Common Council." Oval. Line. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

1758. Full length, seated, with a pair of bellows before 

furnace to the left, on which is a retort emitting various papers which 
are falling in an urn to the right inscribed "Anecdotes"; in the back- 
ground to left a bookcase and books; to the left a curtain. Line. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. 

I. P. A. Mo 1 . H. S. Grimm Del? I. Macky Sculp* 

Excessively rare. Caricature. 

1759. FRANKLIN. Bust, head to left, with cap. Circular. Line. 

Diameter i 6-16 inches. 

1760. TO THE MEMORY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. THE PRO- 
FOUND PHILOSOPHER. DIED PHILADELPHIA APRIL i7 TH 1790. AGED 
85 YEARS. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a border, 
surrounded by the title, which is in ornamental script ; under the oval 
the motto, " Fulmen eripuit coelo, sceptrumque Tyrannis." Line. 

Height i 1-16 inches; width 15-16 inch. 

Written & Engraved by Joseph Perkins, New York. 

1761. BENJ. FRANKLIN. Three-quarter length, seated, nearly full face; 
a book resting on the knees, which are crossed; spectacles in the left 
hand; a bookcase in the right distance and books at his feet. Line. 

Height 5 3-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

Geo. Catlin pinx 1 . Peter Maverick sculpt 



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1762. Bust, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. One of 

a group of 49 portraits, with an ornamented border of flags, etc., with 
pedestals at either side supporting the figures of Justice and Liberty, 
on a quarto sheet entitled "The Signers of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence." Stipple. 

Whole engraving, Height 5 4-16 inches; width p 2-16 inches. 

Engraved by W. Wellstood. Designed and Engraved expressly for 
the Ladies Repository. 



MEMORIAL DESIGNS, SCENES FROM FRANKLIN'S LIFE, 
CARICATURES, ETC. 

1763. L'AP6TRE DE LA LlBERT^ IMMORTALISED ALLEGORIC DEDIEE AUX 
AMIS DE LA CONSTITUTION FRANCAISE PAR L'AUTTTR, ET PRESENTEE 
A L' ASSEMBLED NATIONALE. Representing an angel in clouds ascend- 
ing 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 
peut. mourier"; underneath the medallion 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 "ddcret pouv le deuil de franklin"; in the lower 
left a representation of the infernal regions. Line. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width 17 5-16 inches. 

Compose et execute" par Barincou Monbrun, A B dx p che 3 me Se 
trouve die's 1'auteur quai du pont S l . Jean A Bor d . x N? 249. Under 
the title are six lines in script eulogistic of Franklin. Very rare. 



1764. L'AMERIQUE INDPENDANTE. 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, pointing 
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 



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composed 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. 

Height 17 2-16 inches; width 13 11-16 inches. 

A Borel invenit et delineavit 1778. J. C. le Vasseur Sculptor Regis 
et Ma jest Imper m et Reg Sculp. "Dedie"e au Congres des Etats 
unis de 1'Amerique." A Paris ches I'auteur rue Boucher at au coin de 
la rue Xaintonge Par leur tres humble et tres obeissant Serviteur Borel. 

Fine impression, with full margin. Scarce. 

1765. THE SAME. Choice proof before the dedication. Very rare in this 
state. 

1766. THE SAME. Proof before letters, and before the harp and links in 
the margin, with full margin. Excessively rare in this state. 

1767. APOTHOSE D'HONORE GABRIEL RIQUETTI CI-DEVANT COMTE DE 
MIRABEAU. Represents the portrait of Mirabeau held by an angel in 
clouds, amidst a group of allegorical figures, between three columns 
upon which are suspended medallion portraits of Franklin, Mon- 
taigne, Voltaire, Rousseau, etc. The portrait of Franklin only partly 
visible. Aquatint. 

Height 10 5-16 inches; width 7 9-16 inches. 

Dedie aux o Amis de la Constitution, par Claude Hoin Peintre de 
Monsieur; des Accademies de Dijon, Toulouse, Lyon et Rouen. 

Very rare, with full margin and key. 

1768. ERIPUIT COELO FULMEN, SCEPTRUMQUE TIRANNIS, Au GENIE DE 
FRANKLIN. The full-length figure of Franklin ascending heavenward 
between the figures of America, War, and Victory; in the lower margin 
prostrate figures of royalty, etc. Original wash drawing. 

Height 19 12-16 inches; width 15 4-16 inches. 

Very rare. The Original Pen and Ink wash drawing from which the succeeding print was en- 
graved. 

1769. THE SAME SUBJECT. Beautifully etched and printed in brown. 

Height 18 12-16 inches; width 14 11-16 inches. 
Open letter proof. Full margin. Excessively rare. 

1770. MIRABEAU ARRIVE AUX CHAMPS ELISEES, SUR SA TETE PLANE LE 
G^NIE DE LA LIBERT^ PORTANT UNE BANDEROLLE AVEC CETTE IN- 
SCRIPTION: LA FRANCE LIBRE, IL S'AVANCE VERS I. I. ROUSSEAU 
ET LUl PRESENTE UN DE SES OUVRAGES: FRANCKLIN LUI POSE UNE 
COURONNE DE CHENE SUR LA TETE: MONTESQUIEU, VOLTAIRE, MABLY 
ET FENELON VIENNENT LE RECEVOIR. SUR LE 2^ PLAN. DEMOS- 



THANES ET ClCERON S'ENTRETIANMENT DE L'ORATETJR FRANCAIS ET 
LE CONTEMPLENT: DES G^NIES LE SUIVENT CHARGE'S DE SES OEUVRE. 
Mirabeau is holding a scroll entitled " Essai sur le Despotisme." Line. 

Height 9 3-16 inches; length 13 inches. 

J. M. Moreau le I n 9 inv. L J. Masquelier sculp, se vend a Paris 
chez Basan Rue, et H6tel Serpente, N? 14. Fine impression. Rare. 
Before the address of Marel. 

1771. THE SAME. Choice proof with the title and artists' names scratched 
in, and before the descriptive text and the address of Marel. Exces- 
sively rare in this state. 

1772. THE SAME. With the words "Essai sur le dest" on the scroll in 
Mirabeau's hand, and before the address of Marel. Rare. 

1773. THE SAME. Plain impression, with the address of Marel: "A Paris 
chez Marel rue S^ Jacques." 

1774. THE SAME. Early trial proof. Very rare. 

1775. Vite, Souftons, Souftons Morbleu! 

Eteignons les lumieres, 

Et rallumons le feu. 

An Early French caricature, indicating the attitude of the Catholic 
Church towards the teachings of the modern philosophers, including 
Franklin, Mirabeau, Voltaire, Mably, and others, the busts of whom 
are grouped on a stand to the right of the engraving. Line, colored. 

Height 7 15-16 inches; length 13 inches. 

rHuillier, Rue Serpente. N. 16. a Paris. Ch. n de M r . Berenger, 
Voyez, la minerve 63 e . Liv. n Avril 1819. Very Rare. 

1776. LEMAGNE'TISME DE'VOILE'. Early French caricature representing the 
mouth of the infernal region, and the Devil being placed under the 
influence of electricity; the full-length figure of Franklin stands to 
the left holding a scroll upon which is inscribed "Rapport des Com- 
missaires. ' ' Etching. 

Height 10 1-16 inches; width n 15-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

1777. LE TOMBEAU DE VOLTAIRE FouDROYE\ Franklin is represented, 
clothed in the garb of an Indian, with furs, standing amidst a group 



of figures before the figure of Christianity holding a cross, and standing 
before the tomb of Voltaire. Line. 

Height 6 14-16 inches; width 10 10-16 inches. 

Vachez, inv. De"rais del. Letelie Sculp. ' 

"Vos e"loges, Monde flatteur, -Elle sait pardonner 1'Erreur, 
La Religion les efface, Et fait justice de 1'Audace." 

A Paris, chez Vachez, Rue de Crenelle S l . Honore, vis-a-vis le petit 
Hotel des Fermes. 



1778. A PHILOSOPHER IN CONDUIT STREET. An early English caricature 
representing a Professor lecturing on Physics ; in the upper right-hand 
corner is a medallion portrait of Franklin ; face in profile to left. 

Etching. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 6 15-16 inches. 

London. Pub? March 29^ 1796. by H. Humphrey New-Bond 
Street. Rare. 



1779. Allegorical drawing representing King Louis XVI, 

accompanied by Benj. Franklin, giving orders to his Admirals, Estaing, 
Grasse, and Vaudreuil; allegorical and mythological figures in back- 
ground; in the clouds in the upper left, the Demons of War; in the 
right distance, shipping. Colored crayon and India ink drawing. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 17 1-16 inches. 

Probably drawn by Desrais 1778. A beautifully executed and original drawing of the very rare 
engraving by Palliere at Bordeaux. 

1780. LE TOMBEAU DE VOLTAIRE. Representing Benj. Franklin in Indian 

dress, Empress Catharine II, Rousseau, and the Prince of Oronoko, 
being driven by a bad angel from the tomb of Voltaire. Line. 

Height 8 1-16 inches; width 12 6-16 inches. 

D. N. inv. C. M. sculp. DeMie" a Madame la Marquise de Villette, 
Dame de Ferney. Se vend a Paris chez Alibert M? d'Estampes, au 
Palais Royal. Et chez le Noir M d . du Cabinet des Estampes du Roi, 
au Louvre. Beautiful impression. 

1781. RECEPTION DE FRANKLIN ATI PALAIS ROYAL PAR LE Due D'ORLEANS 

(Louis PHILIPPE) 1778. Franklin amidst a group of courtiers being 
introduced to the Duke and Duchess d'Orleans. Lithograph. 

Height 13 10-16 inches; width 9 11-16 inches. 

Weber del. lith de Ch. Motte. 

" Histoire du Palais Royale (Steuben)" India proof. Rare. 



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1782. A close copy of the preceding print. Lithograph 

Height 13 10-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 

Lith Ligny, rue Salle au Comte, 5 et 7. A Paris, chez Chardot. 
boulevard S l . Martin. 7. 

1783. LA PHILOSOPHIE ET L'INNOCENCE RENDENT LES DERNERS DEVOIRS A 
FRANKLIN. Representing a female figure weeping beside an altar, 
upon which are two urns, one being placed thereon by a boy to the 
right; to the left are numerous people carrying a lance upon which is a 
medallion portrait of Franklin; in the right foreground an allegorical 
figure, the arms aloft, holding a ribbon upon which is inscribed, 
"Pleuron les grands Hommes, ils sont cares"; over the whole a cherub 
hovers with two crowns. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

Dessine* par Boiseau. Grave" par Colibert. A Paris chez Basset, 
rue Jacques, N. 670. 

Choice impression, full margin. Very rare. 

1784. Bust, head to right, on a drawing board, in the centre 

of a representation of a Professor lecturing on Natural Science to his 
pupils. Oval. Mezzotinto. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; length 7 2-16 inches. 

1785. FRANKLIN AND ELECTRICITY. Franklin in an open field 
flying his kite in an electric storm. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Bureau Engraving & Printing. India proof. 

1786. THE PHILOSOPHER AND HIS KITE. Franklin in an open 
field, with a boy, flying his kite in an electric storm. Mezzotinto . 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

H. S. Sadd. sc. 

1787. Franklin flying his kite in an electric storm. Woodcut. 

Height i 9-16 inches; length 2 10-16 inches. 

1788. READING THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. 

Franklin standing near a table at which Jefferson is seated, reading 
the "Declaration" to Jno Adams, Robt. Livingstone, and Roger 
Sherman. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 6-16 inches. 

Choice India proof before all letters, large paper. 



1789. SCENES IN FRANKLIN'S LIFE. Representing Franklin as a 
farmer and as a philosopher, his air balloon, and the ship which carried 
him to Europe. Four ornamented ovals in quarto sheet. Line. 

Height 6 2-16 inches; width 5 "2-16 inches. 

W. Groome del. 

1790. VUE DE LA TERRASSE DE M? FRANKLIN A PASSY. A representation 
of Franklin's balloon ascension from Franklin's garden at Passy, 
with 7 lines of descriptive text. Line, colored. 

Height 4 15-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Vachez quai de GeVres, a 1'Esperance. Very rare. 
Engraved by Lavachez. 

1791. FIRST READING OF THE DEC. OF INDEPENDENCE. 

Franklin seated at a table, aside of Jefferson and Adams, Livingstone 
standing in the background. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

American Bank Note Co. India Proof. 

1792. DER PHILOSOPH VON FERNEY SEGNET DEN JUNGEN GROS-SOHN 
FRANKLIN'S "Gorx! FREYHEIT! FRIEDE!" Representing Franklin 
standing in the centre of a room beside an old man, who is blessing a 
little child. Line. 

Height 4 9-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

D. Chod. del F. Berger sc. 

1793. FRANKLIN, THE MAN OR THE BOY. Representing Franklin be- 
stowing food on a poor woman and her children, who are seated in a 
rowboat. Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

Eng? by W. H. Dougal. 

1794. COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS DRAFTING THE DECLARA- 
TION OF INDEPENDENCE 1776. Representing Thomas Jeffer- 
son reading the "Declaration" to Jno Adams, Benj Franklin, Robt. 
Livingstone, and Roger Sherman. Line. 

Height 22 inches; width 18 2-16 inches. 

Painted by P. F. Rothermel. Engraved by T. D. Booth (Copy- 
right 1865) 



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1795- LTNDESPENSABLE PERP^TUEL CONTENANT I/ENSEMBLE DES NOTIONS 

UTILES A TOUT LE MONDE. Full-length portrait of Franklin, Wash- 
ington, Poniatowski, Mirabeau, Napoleon, Louis Philippe, Constant 
and Foy; the heading to an imperial folio sheet. Woodcut. 

Size of whole sheet, height 19 6-16 inches; width 24 6-16 inches. 
An almanack for 1830, and perpetual calendar. Rare. 

1796. FRANKLIN BEFORE THE LORDS IN COUNCIL 1774. 

Stipple. 

Height 17 10-16 inches; width 25 2-16 inches. 

Painted by Schuesseler. Engraved by Robert Whitechurch. This 
Engraving from the Original Painting is respectfully dedicated to the 
People of the United States by the Publisher. 

1797. FRANKLIN'S RECEPTION AT THE COURT OF FRANCE, 

1778. Aquatint. 

Height 20 8-16 inches; width 30 2-16 inches. 

Respectfully Dedicated to the People of the United States. Pub. 
by John Smith. 756 South 4 f . h S*. Phila. 

1798. FRANKLIN AT THE COURT OF FRANCE 1778. Mixed. 

Height 27 13-16 inches; length 39 12-16 inches. 

Painted by Baron Jolly, Bruxelles. Engraved by W. O. Geller, 
London. " Receiving the homage of his Genius, and the recognition of 
his country's advent among the Nations." This Engraving from the 
Original picture is respectfully dedicated to the People of the United 
States. Published by William Jay, Charles J. Hedenberg, and William 
H. Emerson, Philadelphia Pa. (Copyright 1853) India proof. 

1799. FRANKLIN BEFORE THE LORDS IN COUNCIL, WHITEHALL 
CHAPEL, LONDON 1774. Stipple, in colors. 

Height 27 inches; length 37 10-16 inches. 

Painted by C. Schuessele. Engraved by Robert Whitechurch. 
" This Engraving from the Original painting is respectfully dedicated 
to the people of the United States by the Publisher." Published by 
John M. Butler 242 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. (Copyright 1860) 
Slightly torn 



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MEMBERS OF FRANKLIN'S FAMILY. 

1801. W FRANKLIN. Full bust and head in profile to left. Oval. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 2 13-16 inches. 

From a small bassoreleivo in the possession of Archer Gifford. Lith 
of Sarony & C? New York. 

1802. WILLIAM FRANKLIN. GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY. Full bust 
in uniform, in profile to left. Oval. Woodcut, 

Height 2 11-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

1803. WILLIAM TEMPLE FRANKLIN. NAT 176008 1823. Full 
bust, head three-quarters to left. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Trumbull Pinx. Al. Rosenthal Sc. From the original painting in 
the Trumbull Collection, Yale School of Art. India proof. 

1804. WILLIAM FRANKLIN. NAT 1730. OB 1813. GOVERNOR OF 
NEW JERSEY 1762-1776. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. 

Etching. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Albert Rosenthal sc From the original painting in the Philadel- 
phia Library. 

1805. MRS FRANKLIN. Full bust, head three-quarters to left. Line. 

Height 4 9-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Engraved by Jos. Andrews. From an original Painting in the 
possession of Professor Hodge. 

1806. THE SAME. With publisher's address: "Boston, Published by. 

Tappan & Dennet." 




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PORTRAITS OF GEN L GILBERT MOTIER 
DELAFAYETTE. 



CHARLES WILLSON PEALE TYPE. 

1807. THE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE MAJOR. GENERAL IN THE 
ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES or AMERICA. Full bust in uniform, 
head three-quarters to left. Oval with a border, in which is the 
title. . ..Mezzotinto. 

Height 6 2-16 indies; width 5 1-16 inches. 

C. W. Peale'Pinx? et Fecit. 

Fine impression, with wide margin; of excessive rarity; and forming a companion portrait to 
Peak's portrait of Washington. See Plate. 

1808. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. Full 'bust in nniforfn,- with 
black neckerchief, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 2-16 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

Grav par Jean Young Engraveur en Maniere noire a' son Altese 
Royale le Prince de Galles. A Londres il sevend chez J. Bradshaiv; 
Coventry Street, Hay Market, Sept b r e 8, 1789. 

Fine brilliant impression. Excessively rare. | t .,-^, ,yj 

1809. Three-quarter length, head three-quarters to right, 

left hand resting on his sword-hilt, the right thrust into the waistcoat; 
curtain in the background. Etching. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches. . 

C. W. Peaie pinx Albert Rosen thai' sculp. From the original 
portrait of the Marquis de la Fayette, painted for General Washing- 
ton, now in the possession of General G. W. Custis Lee, Lexington, 
Va. Etched for Charlemagne Tower, Jr., Philad a 1894. India proof. 

1810. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed. (First printed proof.) 

1811. THE SAME. A series of four proofs taken during the progress of 
the etching. 4 pieces. 

1812. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

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1813. MADAME DE LA FAYETTE. Half length, seated, full face, 
with hair in Pompadour style; the right hand supporting the chin; 
the elbow resting on a table to the right. Circular. Etching. 

Diameter 4 5-16 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal for Charlemagne Tower, Jr., Phila- 
delphia, 1894. From a miniature in the possession of the family 
India proof. 

1814. THE SAME. Artist's proof on parchment, signed. 

1815. THE SAME. A series of five proofs taken during the progress of 
the etching. 5 pieces. 

1816. (MADAME DE LA FAYETTE.) Half length, nearly full face. 

Etching. 

Height 5 1-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Etched by Albert Rosenthal for Charlemagne Tower, Jr., Phila- 
delphia, 1894. India proof with portrait of Genl. Lafayette as re- 
marque. 

1817. THE SAME. Artist's remarque proof on parchment, signed. 

1818. THE SAME. A series of five proofs taken during the progress of 
the etching. 5 pieces. 



C. A. JACOBI TYPE. 

1819. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with cocked hat and plume, 
head in profile to left. Stipple. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

Bellinger sc. Zwickau, bei Gebr. Schumann. Rare. 

1820. LA FAYETTE FRANZOSISCHER FELDHERR 1792. Full bust in 
uniform, with cocked hat and plume, head in profile to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 1-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

J. F. Bolt, Sculp. Berlin. 92. Very rare. 

1821. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with cocked hat and plume, 
head in profile to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 2 11-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

F. Bolt Sc. 1796. Choice proof, printed in brown. Exceedingly 
scarce. 



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1822. LA FAYETTE, MARECHAL DER FRANZOSISCHEN NATIONALARME 
1792. Full bust in uniform, with cocked hat and plume, head in 
profile to left. Oval in a rectangle; beneath the oval a tablet on 
which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

im Verlag des Buchhandlers Creutz. T. C. G. Fritzsch Sc. Hamb. 
1794. in Magdeburg. India proof, very rare. 

1823. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with cocked hat and plume, 
head in profile to left. Oval surrounded with a wreath, resting on a 
base on which is the title. Over the top of the oval a plumed helmet, 
sword, and baton ; under the oval a shepherd's horn and palm crossed. 

Stipple. 

Height 10 15-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

C. A. Jacobi. pinxit Hirschmann 

A beautiful impression of an excessively rare print. See Plate. 

1824. M* DE LA FAYETTE, COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA GARDE 
NATIONALS PARISIENNE. Full length in uniform, with cocked hat 
and plume, advancing to the left, a walking-stick in the left hand, 
the right hand extended and pointing to the left; in the right back- 
ground a company of infantry marching. Aquatint in gold and colors. 

Height ii 3-16 inches; width 6 11-16 inches. 

Hoffmann f. 1790 Se trouve chez Jaujrel M A . d'Estampes. Ex- 
ceedingly scarce. 

1825. LA FAYETTE FRANZOSISCHER FELDHERR. Full bust in uniform, 

with cocked hat and plume, head in profile to left. Oval in a rect- 
angle, the title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 7 6-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

F. Rick Sculp. Berlin. Proof. Very rare. 

1826. THE SAME. Proof before all letters and before the title on the 
tablet. Excessively rare in this state. 

1827. M. LE MARQ? DE LA FAYETTE. 

Ce He'ros, cher a tous, et de tous respecte 

Sail par une active prudence, 

Nous conserver la Liberte", 
Que Paris en un, jour a conquis a la France. 

Full length in uniform, with cocked hat and plume, on horseback 
advancing to the right, a sword in the right hand pointing to the right ; 
in the background military tent, buildings, etc. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; length 4 13-16 inches. 

Very rare. 

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1828. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT GENERAL 
DE LA GARDE NATIONALE ET CITOYENNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS 
PRO LIBERTATE, PRO PATRIA. Full length in uniform and cocked 
hat on horseback, advancing to the left. Vignette in a border of one 
line. Aquatint in colors. 

Height 10 3-16 inches; width 7 13-16 inches. 

A Paris ches Basset Rue St Jacques, au coin de celle des Mathurins 
a PImage S9 Genevieve. A. P. D. R. II tient Magasin de Papiers en 
Rouleaux. Of extreme rarity. 

1829. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE, COMMANDANT DE LA 

GARDE PARISIENNE. Full length in uniform and cocked hat; head 
in profile to left; the left arm resting on the hilt; the right hand, holding 
a sword, is extended and pointing to the right. Vignette in a border 
of a single line. Etching in colors. 

Height 7 6-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Basset rue S*. Jacques au coin de celle des Mathurins. 
Very rare. 



QUENEDEY TYPE. 

1830. M. DE LAFAYETTE. Bust and head in profile to right, in uni- 
form, with queue. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 2-16 inches. 

T. Clarke Sculp 1 . Philad* 

1831. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE, GENERAL COMMENDANT 
DER PARISER NATIONAL GARDEN. Bust and head in profile to left, 
in uniform with queue. Oval on a base in a rectangle, suspended 
with a ring, tied with ribbons; to the right a sword, on the point of 
which is a liberty cap; on the base in the right-hand corner olive 
branches and oak leaves. The title in a tablet on the base. Stipple. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

S. C. Miger del. Paris G. G. Endner sc. Lipsiae 1791. Rare. 

1832. GILBERT MOTIER MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. SA BELLE 

CONDUITE AU SI^GE DE YORK-TOWN, EN VlRGINIE LE FIT LIRE EN 
1787 MEMBRE DE L'ASSEMBL^E DE NOTABLES ET EN 1789 DEPUTE 

A L' ASSEMBLED NATIONALE. Bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform, with queue. Circular. Aquatint. 

Diameter 4 1-16 inches. 

D'apres le physionatrace de Quenedey. Ed<? Gosselin sculp*. 1895. 



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1833- THE SAME. In brown. 

1834. PRESENTS A MONSIEUR LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE 

Par son tres. humble Serviteur Lagardette, Monsieur le Marquis de la 
Fayette recois des mains de la Prudence la Couronne de 1'Immortalite' 
du a son genie et a sa prevoyanee, PAristocratie terrassee faisant les 
derniers efforts pour renverser PAutel de la Liberte", la Verite' de*- 
couvre les projets odieux tramps contre la nation et montre le soutien 
de la liberte" francaise, sur PAutel on voit le complot horrible des 
deserteurs aux Champs Elise'es. Full bust and head in profile to left, 
on a monument beside a crouching lion; on the monument is in- 
scribed "Hotel de la Liberte"; to the right is the goddess of Liberty 
in clouds, placing a crown of stars on Lafayette's head; in the lower 
right, cannon and monitions of war; to left allegorical and mytho- 
logical figures. Etching. 

Height 8 7-16 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 

Invente" et compose" par Lagardette fils du Graveur. a Paris ches 
I'Auteur, rue et vis-a-vis le CloUre S( Honore, Caffe Militaire, et Passage 
des Feuillans. Very rare. 

1835. M? LE M-V IS DE LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT GENERAL DE 
LA GARDE NAT ALE PARI N . E Full bust and head in profile to left; 
in uniform with queue. Circular medallion with a border in a rec- 
tangle, resting on a base, on which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width a 13-16 inches. 

Lefebvre fecit. Rare. 

1836. M. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE, COMMANDANT DE LA 
MILICE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in uni- 
form, with queue. Circular medallion suspended by a ring; at the 
top are olive branches tied with a ribbon. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 12-16 inches. 

Liebe f. Excessively rare. 

1837. M. LE M 1 . 8 DE LA FAYETTE M A . L DE CAMP, COMMANDANT 

GN AL DE LA GARDE NATIONALS PARISIENNE, DEPUTE DE LA SE"NE- 
CHAUSSE DE RIOM, EN AUVERGNE, A L' ASSEMBLE'E NATIONALS DE 
1789. Full bust and head in profile to right; in uniform with queue. 
Circular medallion in a rectangle, resting on a base, on which is the 
title; at the bottom of the base the coat of arms of France, with the 
motto " Cur Non." Line. 

Height 6 4-i61nches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Godefroy del. Massard Sc. Reg. direx. Rare. 



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1838. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COMMANDANT GENERAL 
DE LA GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in 
profile to left, in uniform, with queue. Oval with a border resting 
on a base and suspended by a ring tied with ribbons, on which is the 
motto "In hoc Signo vicimus"; to the right a sword on the point of 
which is a liberty cap; on the base in the right-hand corner are olive 
branches and wreath of oak leaves; the title in a tablet on the base. 

Line. 

Height 9 10-16 inches; width 6 14-16 inches. 

Dedie* a Messieurs de la Garde Nationale Parisienne Par leur tres 
humble Serviteur, Miger. Dessine* et Grave par S. C. Miger. A Paris 
chez Miger Graveur du Roi Rue des 4 Vents. N. 5 en face de la Rue de 
Tournon. Excessively rare. Beautiful impression with wide margin. 

i839-^M? DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in 
uniform, with queue. Circular medallion, with border of two lines. 

Stipple, colored. 

Diameter 2 8-16 inches. 

G. Sardi sc. Pubblicato in Venezia a spese di Franco Aglietti, e 
Compagni. Very rare. 

1840. THE SAME. Plain impression. Very rare. 

1841. M. LE M 1 . 5 DE LA FAYETTE. ELIT PAR ACCLAMATION, COM- 
MANDANT DE LA GARDE NATIONALE. 

"Soutien du Peuple, appui du Frdne, 
II fut concilier leurs intere'ts divers 
Et lorfque dans Paris la Gloire le couronne, 
Centre le Despotisme, il defend 1'Univers." 

Full bust and head in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Oval 
in a rectangle, in the lower portion of which is a tablet on which is 
the title and inscription. Stipple printed in colors. 

Height 5 15-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Verite* sculpsit. A Paris, chez VAuteur, rue des Cordeliers, en face 
de celle des Fosses S( Germain des Pres, Maison du M d . d'Indienne, 
N. 19. Excessively rare. 

1842. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1843. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE, COMMAND? GENERA DE 
LA GARDE NATION 1 : 15 PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile 
to right, in uniform with queue. Oval in a rectangle; the title on a 
tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; length 2 6-16 inches. 

Very rare. The print originally had the title engraved in the oval immediately over the bust; 
slight traces of it can be seen in this impression. 



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1844. M. DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in 
uniform and queue; in the distance a view of an encampment and 
buildings. Circular medallion in a rectangle, resting on a rock upon 
which is a vignette of the Bastille; in the border of the medallion is 
the title, over which is a plumed helmet, oak leaves, and standards; 
to the right and left in the lower corners are drums, flags, etc. Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

In Firenze par Niccolo Pagni, e Gius. Bardi Of the greatest rarity. 
Fine impression. See Plate. 

1845. M. LE M-V IS DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT DE LA MILICE 
BOURGOISE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in uniform and 
queue. Oval hi a rectangle, in the lower portion a tablet on which is 
the title. Aquatint. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width a 13-16 inches. 

Au Dieu des Arts, rue et en face de S. Barthelmi, N? 7. Very rare. 

Probably engraved by Janinet. '*, '- 



1846. M. LE MARQUIS DEfLA FAYETTE.. Fulljbust and head in 
profile to right, in uniform and queue. Circular medallion with a 
border in a rectangle, resting on a base on which is the title. 

Aquatint in colors. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Crepy, Rue S*. Jacques. N. 252. 

Excessively rare. A perfect little gem. See Plate. 

1847. M * DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA GARDE 
NATIONALE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in 
uniform with queue. Oval in a rectangle; the title on a tablet be- 
neath the oval. , -j J, : .^ t ,;.-;< ,v Line. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

1848. LE M-V IS DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT GE"NE"RAL DE LA 

GARDE NATIONALE DE PARIS, DPUT DE RIOM. Full bust and 
head in profile to right, in uniform with queue. Oval medallion 
resting on a base, in a rectangle; ribbon tied in a bow, with wreath 
of oak leaves over the oval; the title in a tablet on the base. Aquatint. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

1849. M* LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. DEPUT DE LA SN- 
CHAUSSE'E DE RIOM, A L'ASSEMBLE'E NATIONALE; ELU PAR ACLAMA- 
TION; COMMANDANT GE'NE'RAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE. 



102 



Full bust and head in profile to right, in uniform with queue. Circular, 
medallion suspended by a ring, tied with ribbons with flowing ends 
upon which is inscribed "Cocarde Nationale Prise le 13 Juillet 1789." 
The medallion resting on a base, upon which is a tablet with the 
title; on the left of the base a sword supporting a liberty cap; laurel 
branches and oak wreath. Line. 

Height 10 10-16 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 
Very rare. 



1850. M R LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COMMANDANT GENERAL 
DE LA GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in 
profile to right; in uniform with queue. Oval resting on a base in 
a rectangle and suspended by a ring tied with ribbons, laurel leaves 
draped from the top; the title on the base. Stipple. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 
Rare 



1851. M?* LE M 1 . 8 DE LA FAYETTE. M A . L DE CAMP ET COMMEND? 
GENERAL DE LA GARDE NATION L . E PARISIENNE. Full bust and head 
in profile to right, in uniform with queue. Circular with border of 
one line on which is the title. Stipple, colored. 

Diameter 2 4-16 inches. 

a Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, rue S. Jacques, & la Ville de Cou- 
tances N. 259. 

Excessively rare 



1852. M. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT DE LA 
MILICE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in uni- 
form, with queue. Circular medallion in a border resembling a 
frame, suspended by a ring, with laurel branches draped from the 
top. The title in the border. Colored aquatint. 

Diameter 2 12-16 inches. 

A Paris, rue S'. Barthelemi vis-a-vis celle de la Pelleterie au Dieu des 
Arts, N. 7. 

Excessively rare. 



1853. M? LE M 1 . 8 DE LA FAYETTE COM DA T GENERA DE LA GARDE 
NATI A ?- E PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in uni- 
form with queue. Circular; the title around the upper portion of 
the circle. Colored aquatint. 

Diameter 2 inches. 
Of the most extreme rarity. 



1854. IL MARCHESE BELLA FAYETTE COMANDANTE GENERALE 
DELL A GUARDIA NAZiONALE Di PARici. Full bust and head in 
profile to left, in uniform with queue. Circular medallion in a rec- 
tangle, suspended by a ring, resting on a base resembling a rock, 
upon which are various emblems of war; over the medallion olive 
branches and palm leaves; in the lower left corner a plumed helmet, 
etc. The title on the base. Line. 

Height 5 5-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Venezia presso Antonio Zatta e Figli. Rare. 

1855. M. DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDER OF THE NATIONAL GUARD 

AT PARIS AND MEMBER FOR RIOM. Full bust and head in profile to 
left, in uniform with queue. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

"Symond's French Senator" Publish 1 d as the Act directs by H. D. 
Symonds, Sep r . 3. 1791. 

1856. THE SAME. Colored, 

1857. M? LE M 1 ? DE LA FAYETTE ELU PAR ACCLAMATION COM- 
MANDANT GNRAL DE LA GARDE NATIONAL PARISIENNE LE 15 

JUILLET 1789. 

" Sous les Drapeaux Francois son intrepidite 
En brisant d'autres Fers honora la patrie 
Aujourd'hiu le Francois qu'inspiri son Ge"nie 
Range" sous ses Drapeaux marche a la LiberteV' 

Full bust and head in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Oval 
in a rectangle; the title in a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

1858. M LA FAYEETTE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in uniform 
with queue. Circular medallion to the right of a similar portrait of 
"M Bailly," in a rectangle; over the top of medallion are laurel leaves; 
between the two is the representation of a bundle of fasces with axe 
head and liberty cap; the title on a tablet beneath the medallion. 

Stipple. 

Size of whole print, height 3 9-16 inches; length 5 8-16 inches. 
Rare. 

1859. M R LE M IS DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile 
to left, in uniform with queue. Oval medallion suspended by a ring, 
tied with ribbons, in a rectangle; the title on a tablet beneath the oval. 
One of four portraits on a quarto sheet, the others being Bailly, Mira- 
beau, and Grenadier. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 4-16 inches. 
Very rare. ,, 



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1860. Full bust and head in profile to left, in uniform with 

queue. Circular medallion with border of two lines, with publisher's 
address around the lower portion of border. Mezzotinto. 



Diameter 2 3-16 inches. 

dess. et grave avec le Physionotrace par Quenedey rue Croix des 
petits Champs 10 a Paris. Neatly mounted with a border and title 
drawn with pen and ink. 

Excessively rare. See Plate. 

1861. M. LE M 1 . 5 DE LA FAYETTE DEPUTE DE RIOM, COMMANDANT 
GNRAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALE DE PARIS. Full bust and head 
in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Oval in a rectangle; the 
title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 



1862. " Dans ces traits reVeres d'un~ Public animal, 

Reconnaisses francais Tabus de la puissance, 
Le Tiran d'un Roi bon, L'appui de la Vengeance, 
Soutien des Revokes dont il est Ge'ne'ral." 

Full bust and head in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Oval 
in a rectangle; the inscription on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 2-.i6- inches. 
Very rare. 

1863. M? DE LA FAYETTE COM DA . NT GENERAL DE LA GARDE NA- 
TIONALE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in uni- 
form with queue. Circular medallion suspended by ribbons. Line. 

Diameter 2 6-16 inches. 
Rare. 

1864. MONSIEUR LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COLONEL DE 
LA GARDE NATIONALE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform with queue. Circular medallion, with border of one line, 
in the upper portion of which is the title. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 4-16 inches. 
An exquisite little portrait. Very rare. 

1865. M? DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform with queue. Circular medallion; the title on either side of 
the portrait in the background. Stipple in colors. 

Diameter 2 inches. 
Rare. 




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1866. M LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COMMANDANT DE LA 
MILICE PARJSIENNE EN 1789. Full bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform with queue. Circular medallion, with border of three lines. 

Stipple, colored. 

Diameter 2 12-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

1867. LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile to right, in uniform 
with queue. Oval, amidst a group of portraits, assignats, and docu- 
ments illustrative of the French Revolution ; a representation of " Father 
Time " in the upper portion ; the whole in a circular medallion. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 15-16 inches. 
Scarce. 



LEVACHEZ TYPE. 

1868. LA FAYETTE AS COMMANDER OF THE PARISIAN 
NATIONAL GUARD IN 1789. Full bust and head in profile to 
left, in uniform with queue. Stipple. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engraved by S. Freeman from an original by Lavachez. A Fullar- 
ton & C. 

1869. MAJ. GEN. THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. Full bust and 
head in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

EtcW by H. B. Hall from the original by Le Vachez 1871. 

1870. GILBERT, MOTTIER, LAFAYETTE, DE~PUT D'AUVERGNE 
AUX ETATS GE'NE'RAUX DE 1789 ET COMMANDANT DE LA GARDE 
NATIONALE PARISIENNE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform with queue. Circular medallion in a rectangle, underneath 
which is a vignette representation of the "Federation ge"nerale au 
champ de Mars, le 14 Juillet 1790" and a short biographical sketch 
of Lafayette. Aquatint. 

Diameter 5 1-16 inches. 

Levachez Sculp. 

Size of vignette, height i 14-16 inches; length 7 3-16 inches. 

Duplessi-Bertaux inv & del Duplessi-Bertaux aqua forti. 

1871. GILBERT MOTTIER MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. Full 
bust and head in profile to left, in uniform with queue. Oval, under- 
neath which is a vignette representation of Lafayette's reception at 
Paris. Stipple. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

F. Rosmaster inv & fee 1833. 



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1872. M. DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust and head in profile to left, in 
uniform with queue. Oval. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 15-16 inches. 

Anker Smith Sculp 1 . "Literary Magazine & British Review" 
Published June i 3 * 1791. by C. Forster. N. 41 Poultry. 

1873. IL MARCHESE DELLA FAYETTE. Full length in uniform, 
head in profile to left; standing, with chapeau under left arm; right 
hand extended; in the background military and view of the Bastille. 

Stipple. 

Height 7 14-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches 

Bosio dis Sasso inc Very rare. 



JEAN WEYLER TYPE. 

1874. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform with queue, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; 'width 3 8-16 inches. 

Ethiou sc. Publie par Furne. Paris. 

1875. THE SAME. Slight variation in the publisher's address. 

1876. LAFAYETTE (1789). Full bust in uniform, with queue; head 
three-quarters to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Focks. aq. f. 1843. "Galerie des Contemporains Illustres." Imp. de 
Pernel Rene el C*? 

1877. THE SAME. Without the publisher's address. 

1878. MARIE -PAUL-JOSEPH-ROCH -YVES -GILBERT MOTTIER 
LA FAYETTE. Dpux D'ATJVERGNE A L' ASSEMBLES NATIONALS 
CONSTITUANTE; ELU COMMAND ANNT-GE'NE'RAL DE LA GARDE NATION- 
ALE PARISIENNE, LE 15 JuiLLET 1789; LlEUTEN ANT-GENERAL COM- 
MANDANT L'ARMEE DA CENTRE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle; the title on a tablet beneath 
the oval. Line. 

Height 14 12-16 inches; width 10 10-16 inches. 

Peint d'apres Nature par Jean Weyler peintre du Roi. Grave par 
Christophe Guerin. 1792. 



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1879- LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform; head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Hopwood sc. Public par Furne, a Paris. Imp p. C harden A e . 30 
R. Hautefeuille. Paris. 

1880. THE SAME. Open letter proof, before the printer's address. 

1881. THE SAME. Before the publisher's or printer's address, but with 
" Histoire des Francais des divers Etats T. X. p. 9." 

1882. THE SAME. Open letter proof on India paper, before the pub- 
lisher's or printer's address. 



1883. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. 

1884. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Eng? by H. B. Hall & Sons. New York. 

1885. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Oval. One of 10 portraits on an octavo sheet. Stipple. 

Height i 10-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Dessine et Grave par Montaut. 

1886. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 13 12-16 inches; width n inches. 

(Engraved by Wm Sartain) Copyrighted and Published 1896, by 
Cha s . Barmore. New York. Artist's proof on India paper, signed. 
Proof No. 6. 

1887. LAFAYETTE. Full bust hi uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

India proof. 

1888. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

1889. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 6-16 inches. 

India proof. 



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1890. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 

Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 
Japan paper. Proof before all letters. 

1891. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

1892. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 inches; width 3 inches. 

1893. GEN'L LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette, with the title on a tablet ornamented with oak 
leaves. Line. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

Bureau. Engraving & Printing. India proof. 

1894. THE SAME. With variety in engraver's address: "Engraved and 
Printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. U. S. Treasury 
Department, Geo. B. M^Carter chief. Geo W. Casilear Sup 1 . Eng." 
India proof. 

1895. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. One of 9 portraits on an octavo sheet. Stipple. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i inch. 

G&ie'raux de la Garde Nationale 



1896. LAFAYETTE. (1789) Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 5-16 inches. 

Imp. de Rene* et O\ e Rue de Seine. 32 "Galerie des Contem- 
porains Illustres" India proof. 

1897. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 3 1-16 inches. 

Lith. Roy? V? P. Degobert. Open letter India proof. 

1898. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

"Tome i st Page 78" 




LOT 1902, REDUCED 



1899- LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to. -left. 
Vignette. . . .Lithograph. 

Height. 3 4-16 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

India proof. 

1900. LAFAYETTE. N.A CHAVAGNAC. LE .I E . R SEPTEMBRE 1757. MORT 
A PARIS, LE 20 MAI 1834. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Lithograph 

Height 8 inches; width 9 inches. ' ' $ . '* 

T. lith de Delpech, 

1901. THE SAME. Open letter proof. 

r r ' ' --' "* ' -' 



p. L. DEBUCOURT TYPE. 

1902. M. LE M 1 ? DE LA FAYETTE COMMANDANT. GENERAL DE Lk 
GARDE NATIONALLE PARISIENNE. Full length in uniform, head to 
right, with chapeau in left hand; right hand holding a dress sword, 
resting on the hip, standing to the fore of a horse, partly visible, held 
by a negro servant; to the right a military review, back of which is 
the cupola of a building; to the left a tree. Mezzotinto. 

Height 19 2-16 inches; width 16 inches. 

Peint et Grave* par P. L. De Bucourt Peintre du Roy. ' A Paris 
chez I'Auteux Cour du Louvre la 5"*? porte a gauche en entrant par la 

Collonade. 

. 

Beautiful open letter proof of this excessively rare portrait. See Plate. 

1903. DE LA FAIJETTE. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. 
Oval in a rectangle; the title on a tablet beneath the oval. 

Stipple in colors. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

L. A Claessens sculp. Proefdruk. 



1904. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1905. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters, and before the title on 
the tablet. Very rare in this state. 

1906. GENERAL EAYETTE. , Full bust in uniform,: head .in profile to 
right. Vignette. I '* v ; Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; -width a 14-16 inches. 

Pub. by W. Jones, Aug. 1806 



no 

1907. GILBERT, MOTTIER, LA FAYETTE, DEPUTE D'AUVERGNE A 
L' ASSEMBLED NAT L ? EN 1789, COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA G D ? 
PARISIENNE. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 3-16 inches. 

F. Bonneville. Del. Duchemin Sculp. A Paris, Rue du Theatre 
Francais. 



1908. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE, DEPUTE A L'ASSEMBLEE NATIONALS 

ET PREMIER COMMANDANT DE LA GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE EN 
1789, DE LA CHAMBRE DES REPR^SENTANS DE 1815. N EN AUVERGNE 

EN 1757. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Lith: de G. Engelmann. 



1909. MARIE, PAUL, JOSEPH. ROCH. YVES, GILBERT DE 
MOTTIER DE LA FAYETTE. DEPUTE D'AUVERGNE A L' AS- 
SEMBLED NATIONALS EN 1789. ELU COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA 
GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE LE 15 JUILLET. Full bust in uniform, 
head in profile to left. Oval. Stipple in brown. 

Height 3 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 inches. 

Dessin^ par J. Guerin. Grave" par Fiesinger A Paris, chez 
I'Auteur, Quay des Augustins. N 71 au 3? 

1910. THE SAME. Printed in black. 

1911. THE SAME. Choice proof on India paper before the title. Very 
rare in this state. 

1912. LAFAYETTE. Three-quarter length in uniform, head three-quarters 
to right; left hand holding a chapeau and resting on the hip, the right 
hand resting on a walking-stick. Vignette in a ruled background. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Raffet del. Hopwood sc. Paris. Public par Fume, et W Coquebert. 

1913. THE SAME. Variety in address of publisher: "Imp? F. Chardon 
aine, 30. T. Hautejeuille, Paris." 

1914. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 



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1915. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height s 1-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Jones, sculp 1 . Publish' d as the Act directs, by C. Lowndes. Oct r 
6. 1792. Rare. 

1916. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this 
state. 



1917. MARIA PAUL JOSEPH ROCHUS IVO ALLRECHT DE 
MOTTIER DE LA FAYETTE, DEPUTIRTER VON AUVERGNE BEY 
DER NATIONALVER-SAMLUNG 1789, ZUM GENERALKOMANDANTEN DER 
NATIONALGARDE VON PARIS ERWACHET DEN i5 T F R JULIUS. Full 
bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Oval with a border, resting 
on a base, in a rectangle representing masonry work; the title on the 
base. Line. 

Height 8 2-16 inches; width 6 1-16 inches. 

Gezeichnet von Guerin, Zu finden bey den gebrudern Klauber. 
Very rare. 

1918. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, head to left, chapeau in 
left hand, standing on an altar; the right hand extended toward a 
pedestal to the left. Lithograph. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

A. Lacauchie. Lith. J. Rigo et Of 

1919. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform; fully described in the pre- 

ceding print. Line. 

Height 6 6-16 inches; width 4 5-16 inches. 

A. Lacauchie del. Mondain sc. Public par P. Amie, a Paris. 



1920. M. DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDER IN CHIEF or THE NATIONAL 
FRENCH GUARDS . Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 9-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. ", 

Engraved by P. Maguire. 

1921. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. DEPUTE A ASSEMBLES NAT- ET 
PREMIER COMMAND! DE LA GARDE NAT A P PARISIENNE EN 1789 &c. 
Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 



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1922. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Oval. 

Stipple. 



Height 3 8-16 inches; width a 12-16 inches. 



L. BARRE TYPE. 

1923. MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Oval. Stipple in brown. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

L. Barre pin 1 . B: le Clair ind London Pub? Feb? 3. 1791. by 
Molteno. Colnaghi. & C. N. 132. Pall Mall. 



1924. THE SAME. Printed in colors, without the title or publisher's 
address. Cut oval. Excessively rare. 

1925. DE LA FAYETTE. COMMANDANT DER NATINAALE GARDE. Full 
bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle; 
the title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

M. d. Saillieth sculp. Rare. 

1926. THE RIGHT HONOURABLE THE MARQUIS DE LA FA- 
YETTE. UNANIMOUSLY CHOSEN COMMANDANT GENERAL OF THE 
NATIONAL GUARDS. 

The brave Fayette, of late in foreign climes unfurl'd 
The Gallic flag and fought, to liberate a world; 
To day, inspir'd by him, France breathes the godlike flame; 
And millions, rang'd beneath his standard Freedom claim. 

Translated from the French of the Chev. P. de BerainviUe. 

Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a 
rectangle; the title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Engrav'd by S. Hill. " Massa. Mag. No vra. Vol. II." Very rare. 

1927. M? DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 2 11-16 indies. 

G. Konse" fecit. Proefdruk. 




Ml I;K M 1 ! LA FAYETTE 

MAKKC1IAL I)K CAM I* 

ci ( oimnrmiaut (Mineral tl la <;,-ml> NadonalcParisieiiuc 



';n "/>,: V.lii.-xiHs .-/ llaniK, ./v/^ .<'..i.if<u<>', /./ 1'iti,' it,- . V ,//,//.->-... V-'.xi . :\y Priv.hiRoi. 



LOT 1930, REDUCED 



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1928. M. LE M* s DE LA FAYETTE, Em PAR ACCLAMATION, COM- 
MANDANT DE LA GARDE NATIONALS. 

Sous les drapeaux francois, son intre'pe'dite 
En brisant d'autres fers, honora la Patrie; 
Anfourd'hui, le francois qu'inspire son Ge'nie, 
Range sous ses drapeaux, marche a la Liberte, 

Par le Ch P. de Berainville. 

Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a 
rectangle. The title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple, colored. 

Height 5 13-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Verite Sculpsit. A Paris chez Mad e . Bergny M d . e d'Estampes de 
S. A. S. Mad e la P es . se Lamballe, Rue du Coq S( Honore. Very rare. 



1929. THE SAME. Plain impression. Very rare. 



BOURNIEU TYPE. 

1930. M? LE MJ S DE LA FAYETTE. MARSHAL DE CAMP EX COM- 
MANDANT GENERAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALS PARISIENNE. Full 
bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle; 
the title on a tablet beneath the oval. Stipple printed in colors. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Grav par Darcis de Demiere. a Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, rue 
S'. Jacques, a la Ville de Coutances, N. 269. Av. Priv du Roi. Ex- 
cessively rare. See Plate. 

1931. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 2-16 inches; width 2 2-16 inches. 

Drummond del. Published by H. L. Hunt and C. C. Clarke 
Tavistock Street. Printed by C. Hullmandel. 



1932. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height s 4-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Engr. by H. Gugeler. 

1933. THE SAME. Proof on large paper. 



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1934- LAFAYETTE NOMME" GENERAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALE LE 15 
JUILLET 1789. PROCLAM GNRAL EN CHEF DE LA MEME GARDE 
LE 28 JUILLET 1830. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval in a rectangle in a border resembling a frame; the title 
on a tablet beneath the oval. Line. 

Height 13 7-16 inches; width 9 is-i6 inches. 

Dessine* par Bounieu d'apres une Miniature. Grave* par Van- 
gelisti, chez Porlier, Graveur Editeur, Rue des cinq Diamans, N? 8. 
"Galene" de hommes illustres vivans." 

1935. THE SAME. With variety in title: "Le Marquis de la Fayette 
Mare*chal de Camp," and the tablet with background of crossed lines, 
and before the "Galerie des hommes illustres vivan." Very rare in 
this state. 



L. LE PAON TYPE. 

1936. DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Circular medallion on a base in a rectangle engraved to repre- 
sent stonework; the title on a tablet on the base. Line. 

Height 5 14-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

Angus Sculp. Published Aug. 26. 1785. by I. Fielding. Paternoster 
Row. 



1937. M. LE MQV 15 DE LA FAYETT. MARECHAL DES CAMPS. 

GNRAL DE LA MILICE PARISIENNE. Full length in uniform, stand- 
ing, head three-quarters to left; feet crossed; left hand resting on a 
pedestal to right; a sword in the right hand, held under the coat-tails; 
back of the legs, in the lower left distance, a view of an encamp- 
ment in the upper left-hand corner a curtain. 

Aquatint in colors. 

Height 12 11-16 inches; width 8 6-16 inches. 

B c . e sculp*. A Paris, chez Bance, rue S l . Severin, N. 26. Rare. 

1938. THE SAME. In brown. Rare. 

1939. GEN. THE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. Half length, in 
uniform, head three-quarters to left; a chapeau under the left arm; 
the hand holding a sword. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; width 4 9-16 inches. 

H. B. Hall. (From a French print 1781.) New York G. P. 
Putnam & Co. Printed by W. Pate. India proof. 



1940. DE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE, VELD-MARSCHALK, GENERAAL 
DER PARYSCHE BURGER-MILITIE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

F. Bohn, Excudit. Rare. 

1941. DE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head 
three-quarters to left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 5-16 inches; width a 10-16 inches. 

C. Kobell. f. gouda. Rare. 

1942. CONCLUSION DE LA CAMPAGNE DE 1781 EN VIRGINIE, LE MARQUIS 
DE LA FAYETTE. MARCHAL DE CAMP DES ARMIES DU Roi, ET 
COMMANDANT DE LA GARDE NATIONALE PARISIENNE. 
L'Amerique e"toit asservie, ( Ses succes au dela des Mers 

Ce Heros vint briser ses fers ; ( Presageoient ceux de sa Patrie. 
Full length in uniform, head three-quarters to left, standing on the 
field of battle, to the left of a horse partly visible, held by a negro 
servant; chapeau under the left arm, a sword held in the hand; the 
right hand pointing to a battle in progress in the left distance; in the 
border a wreath of olive leaves encircling the word "Liberte*" and 
Liberty cap. Line. 

Height 16 9-16 inches; width 12 9-16 inches. 

Peint par L. le Paon Peintre de Bataille de S. A. S. M? r le Prince 
de Conde*. Grave par N. le Mire des Academies Imperiales et Royales 
et de celle des Sciences et Arts de Rouen et de Lille. Cette Estampe se 
vend avec Privilege du Roi, a Paris chez Le Mire, rue et Porte S 1 . Jacques 

N. 122. 

1943. THE SAME. Variety in title: "Conclusion de la Campagne de 1781 
en Virginie, To his Excellency General Washington this Likeness 
of his friend the Marquess de la Fayette, is humbly dedicated, By le 
Mire." " Cette Estampe se vend avec Privilege du Roy a Paris chez le 
Mire rue et porte S( Jacques, a cdte du Cafie d Aubertin N. 122." Very 
rare in this state. 

1944. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Excessively rare in 

this state. 

1945. LA FAYETTE IN 1781. Was born in France in 1757, espoused 
the American cause in 1776, arrived at Charleston, S. C. Jan? 1777, 
and joined the Continental Army as a Volunteer; he was Commis- 
sioned by Congress as Major General July 1777. He went to France 



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in 1779, and returned in 1780 with a large Reinforcement. In 1781 
he commanded in Virginia and took an active part in the Capture 
of Cornwallis; in 1784 when he saw our Independence secure he 
embarked again for his native Country, loaded with Honour and the 
gratitude of the American People. Returned to the U. States as a 
National guest in 1824. Full length in uniform; fully described in 
the print by Le Mire No. 1942. Stipple. 

Height 18 9-16 inches; width 14 10-16 inches. 

Painted by L. le Paon Historical Painter to the Prince of Conde". 
Engraved by F. Kearny Philadelphia 1824. Published by F. Kearny 
96 Chesnut S*. Very rare. 

1946. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left; 
to the right a pine tree; in the left distance a battle scene. Stipple. 

Height 4 8- 1 6 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 



1947. LAFAYETTE. (Prise d'lorktown. 19 Oct. 1781.) Full length in 
uniform, fully described in print by le Mire, Lot 1942. Vignette. 

Etching. 

Height 5 7-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

"L'Avenir des Peuples. Histoire Contemporaine." 

1948. THE SAME. Proof after the plate had been altered. 

1949. M. LE MARQUISE DE LA FAYETTE MARCHAL DES CAMPS, 

GNRAL DE LA MILICE PARISIENNE. Full bust in uniform, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval with a border in a rectangle, resting 
on a base; the title on the base. Mezzotinto. 

Height 7 10-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 



MARTINET TYPE. 

1950. LAFAYETTE. Full length, in military cloak, head three-quarters 
to left; the right hand thrust into the breast, the left holding a scroll; 
standing on a rocky elevation; in the rear distance a view of an en- 
campment. Aquatint. 

Height 15 10-16 indies; width n 7-16 inches. 

Martinet pinx. Charon sculpt. 



n 7 

1951- THE SAME. With seven lines in script eulogistic of Lafayette, in 
French, a Paris, chez Jean, rue S*. Jean de Beauvais, N 10. Depose. 
Printed in Tints. 



GERARD TYPE. 

1952. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE, N EN AUVERGNE DE 6 SEP B . RE 

1757. AMI DE WASHINGTON DIGNE EMULE DE SA GLOIRE. CAM- 
PAGNE D'AMERIQUE DE 1777. &c &c. Full bust, in civilian dress, white 
neckerchief, head three-quarters to right. Circular medallion in a 
rectangle. Stipple. 

Height s 3-i6 inches; width 5 3-16 inches. 

M e Meyer Del. Boutran Sculp* Ddpose* a la Directoire a Paris, 
ches I'Auteur, Rue des Francs-Bourgeois S l . Michel, TV? 6. 

1953. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in military cloak, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Faith del Ballin sc Gilquin et Dupain, imp. r. de la Calandre, 19. 
Paris. Publi6 par Dufour, Mulat et Boulanger. 

1954. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right, with border resembling frame. Stipple. 

Height 4 7-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Gerard px { . Burkhart. u. Fr. Stober, sc Inst. Bibliogr. excudit. 

1955. THE SAME. Without the border, and variety in title and en- 
graver's address: "Nach dem Leben gezeeihnet, Lafayette, General- 
Commandant Nationalgarde dei Pariser," etc. 

1956. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval. Lithograph. 

;''.' Height 3 14-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Loritz del. Liths. de C. Motte. India proof. 

1957. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Underneath the portrait a vignette representing 
Lafayette embracing an Indian. Lithograph in colors. 

Height 9 inches; width 8 12-16 inches. 

Maurin. Lith. de Villain chez 1'Editeur, rue Richer, N? 15. 

1958. THE SAME. Uncolored. 



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1959. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full length in civilian dress, seated 
on a deck of a ship, head three-quarters to right; the spirits of Wash- 
ington, Franklin, and other defenders of American liberty to the 
right; to the left the genie protectors of America driving away the 
storm; the following inscription in French and English: "The spirits 
of the defenders of the American liberty are visiting him during his 
passage; the genie protectors of America drive away the storms." 

Mezzotinto. 

Height 16 5-16 inches; length 21 7-16 inches. 

Dubouloz Del. et inv 1 . Moreau Sculp 1825. a Paris, chez Chaillon 
Potrelle Edit. Rue S l . Honore N. 140. 

1960. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. (DEPUTE DU DE"PARTEMENT DE 
LA SARTHE). Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches. 

Singry Lith. de Langlume'. With inscription in French of five lines 
in script. 

1961. M. LE G A ^ DE LAFAYETTE. DEPUTE DU DEPT DE LA SARTHE 
LU EN 1818. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

1962. THE SAME. Variety in title: "M. Le G* 1 De Lafayette, De'pute' 
du Dep* de Seine et Marne, Commandant Ge'ne'ral des Gardes Na- 
tionales de France en 1830." 

1963. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Lith. v. Boisch. Druck v. Ed. Pielzsch u. C?. Dresd. Beilage z. 
Sachs. Dorfzeitung. 

1964. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Lith. v. Brand, gedr. b. E. Ponicke Leipzig. 

1965. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head 
three-quarters to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

A L. Lith de Ducarme. Public par Blaisot. Galerie Universelle 



"9 

1 9 66. THE SAME. "Lith de Fenrouge." 

1967. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head 
three-quarters to left. Oval in a wreath of oak leaves; underneath 
the oval a group of war implements. Lithograph. 

Oval, height 6 10-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

Lith de H. Brun et Cl e a Lyon. 

1968. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 8 12-16 inches; width o 4-16 inches. 

Chez VEditeur Rue Richer N 15. Litho. de Demanne. 

1969. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

Page Jutf London. T. North. 162. Fleet St'. 

1970. LAFAYETTE. Full length in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to right, hat in the left hand, leaning against a grassy mound, in 
front of the tomb of Washington. Lithograph. 

Height 12 4-16 inches; width 9 2-16 inches. 

De"ssin6 par F. Loritz. Litho: de C: Motte. 

1971. Three-quarter length in civilian's dress, nearly full 

face, standing before an armchair; the left hand resting on a table 
to right, a paper in the right hand. Stipple. 

Height 7 7-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 

Choice India paper proof before all letters. 

1972. LAFAYETTE. GNRAL EN CHEF DE LA GARDE NATIONALE. Full 
bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to left. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 7 2-16 inches; width 7 12-16 inches. 

Litho: de Menaowze. 

1973. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Circular medallion with an ornamental border. Stipple. 

Diameter 2 10-16 inches. 



I2O 

1974- MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE GENERAL DER PARISER NATIONAL- 
GARDE, GEB. D. i SEPTBR. 1757. zu CHAVAGNAC IM DEPART. DER 
OBERN LOIRE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

Weber'sche Lithographic Leipzig. Verlag von Phil. Lenz in 
Leipzig. 



MAURIN TYPE. 

1975. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 6 8-16 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

Linati Se vend chez I'Auteur rue J. J. Rousseau N. 20. 

1976. LAFAYETTE (1830). Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

1977. THE SAME. Without the artist's name, but with "Galerie des. 
Contemporaines Illustres" "Imp de Pernel Rene et C?" 

1978. LAFAYETTE. N A CHAVAGNAC. LE i* R SEPTEMBRE 1757. MORT 
A PARIS. LE 20 MAI 1834. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 9 14-16 inches. 

Lith. de Delpech. Dessine" d'apres nature par Maurin : 

1979. LAFAYETTE (1830). Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

"Galerie des contemporains Illustres." Imp. de Rene et Ci e Rue 
de Seine. 37. India proof. 

1980. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

1981. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette in a border of two lines. Lithograph. 

Height 4 14-16 indies; width 4 4-16 inches. 

Lith. Royale P. Degobert. Public par ch s . Hen. a Bruxelles. 



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1982. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 12-16 indies; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Lith. de Delpech. 



ARY SCHEFFER TYPE. 

1983. LAFAYETTE. Three-quarter length in civilian's dress, head and 
body three-quarters to left; the right hand resting on a walking-stick 
and holding a hat; the left hand thrust into the coat pocket. Stipple. 

Height 7 4-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

Eng? by Annin & Smith from the admired print by Leroux after 
a painting by Scheffer published in Paris the present year. 1824. 

1984. G^ L LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 3-16 inches; width a 15-16 inches. 

Couche* fils sc. 

1985. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 5 inches. t 

Painted by A. Scheffer. Engraved 6r Published by G. Fairman & 
C. G. Childs. 45 Sansom S( Open letter proof. 

1986. THE SAME. A later impression, without the publisher's address 
and with name of the artist: "C. G. Childs. sc. on Steel." 

1987. THE SAME. With the name of the publisher: "Published by S. C. 
Atkinson for the casket" 

1988. G A . L LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Colleye. f Lith. de la Cour. 

1989. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Line. 

Height 4 1-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Scheffer del Dequevauvillier sculp. 



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1990- THE SAME. Proof before the title, on India paper. 

1991. LA FAYETTE. GRENABLE SOUVENIR DU 16 AOUT 1829. DDI 
A MONSIEUR GEORGES DE LAFAYETTE ET A LA FAMILL^. Full bust 
in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

al. debeille 1829 Lith. de H. Brunei a Lyon. 

1992. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Nearly half length in civilian's dress, 
head three-quarters to right. Line. 

Height 3 inches; width a 4-16 inches. ? 

Engraved by T. S. Engleheart. John Cumberland. 2. Cumberland 
Terrace, Camden. New Town. 

1993. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. BEHOLD THE PATRIARCH OF LIBERTY 
IN BOTH HEMISPHERES! Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to left, in an ornamental border, in the centre of a sheet 
entitled "The Three Days of Paris," with letterpress. Line. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

A. Scheffer. T. M. Fontaine Sculp*. London Published, August 
10, 1830, by Colnaghi. Son, and Co; n, Pall Mall East. 

1994. THE SAME. With French letterpress. 

1995. THE SAME. Without the letterpress. "Galerie Napoleon" Be"r- 
nard. Editeur. Galerie Vivienne, No 49. India proof. 

1996. THE SAME. With a different border. "Tellier. Andrew, Best 
Leloir." 

1997. THE SAME. Fine proof without the border. Rare in this state. 

1998. THE SAME. Proof before all letters, on India paper. Very rare 
in this state. 

1999. THE SAME. With border of three lines. 

2000. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette, on a sheet with a similar portrait of Louis Philippe i. 

Line. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

Ferdinand Set 



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2001. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 9 4-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

(Engraved by Girardet) Choice proof before all letters on India 
paper. Very rare in this state. 

2002. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

right in a border engraved to represent a frame, suspended by a nail. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Grave par Hopwood. se trouve chez Martinet Rue du Coq St Honor e, 
Chaillou et Patrelle rue S' Honor e et chez I'Auteur Quai des Augustins 

AT? 15. 

2003. THE SAME. With a different border and variety in publisher's 
address: "Paris chez Baudry. Libraire. Rue duCoq S f Honore N. 9." 

2004. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Ary Scheffer Pinx. Cyprien Jacquemin sc. Imp. Chardon Aine et 
Fils. R. Hautejeuille. 

2005. THE SAME. With variety in publisher's address: "Public par 
Pagnerre." 

2oo6.^LAFAYETTE. Half length, in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Drawn and Engraved by J. B. Longacre, from the Portrait in pos- 
session of M? 3 Bloomfield. 



2007. LAFAYETTE. Full length in civilian's dress, head and body three- 
quarters to left, standing in front of some rocks; the left hand thrust 
into the coat-pocket; the right supported by a walking-stick, holding 
a hat. Line. 

Height 21 8-16 inches; width 14 8-16 inches. 

A. Scheffer Pinx* 1822 Leroux Sculp*. 1824. a Paris, chez I'Auteur, 
Rue S l . Victor, N. 9, et chez Chaillou, M? d'Estampes, Rue S l . Honore. 
N. 140. Choice open letter proof. Rare in this state. 

2008. THE SAME. Choice proof before letters, with the artists' names 
etched in. Very rare in this state. 



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2009. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

right. Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Sam 1 . Maverick. Rare. 

2010. LA FAYETTE. Full length in civilian's dress, head and body 
three-quarters to left, standing in front of some rocks; the left hand 
thrust into the coat pocket, the right supported by a walking-stick, 
holding a hat. Line. 

Height 2 15-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

Tiller Sc. On a glazed card. 

201 1. VIVE L'ORDRE ET LA LIBERT^ AU LAFAYETTE A PARIS CANTATE A 
LA GARDE NATIONALE. Full bust, in civilian's' dress, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 6 inches. 

Vigneron Lith. de Engelmann. 

2012. THE SAME. India proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

i 

2013. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height '3 inches; width 2 7-16 inches. 

Early trial proof. 

2014. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 1 2- 1 6 inches; width 4 inches. 

Lith. de C de Lasteyrie. 

2015. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left, in an ornamental border, at the top of which is a cupid sitting 
on a sword on a rock, holding a pair of scales; on the right of border 
is an oak and laurel wreath, on the left a cornucopia; at the bottom 
drapery, on which is the title. Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

2016. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height i 15-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

2017. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette in clouds. Line. 

Height 2-16 inches; width 2-16 inches. 

Rare. 



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2018. GENRi- LA FAYETTE THE FRIEND or LIBERTY. (This title is 
printed reversed.) Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left. Circular medallion. Stipple. 

Diameter 3 4-16 inches. 

The "Pitcher Portrait," so called because it was engraved for transferring on china pitchers 
made to commemorate I^afayette. Excessively rare. 

2019. THE SAME. Proof before all letters; possibly unique. 

2020. DE LAFAYETTE. MAJOR GENERAL 1777 VISITED THE UNITED 
STATES 1824. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Oval medallion. Three impressions on a quarto sheet, in the 
center of ornamental designs for badges. Stipple. 

Height 10-16 inch; width 8-16 inch. 

Eng'd N? 45 Sansom St. 

202 1. Half length, seated on a chair, head three-quarters to 

left, curtain in the background. Line. 

Height 7 9-16 inches; width 6 11-16 inches. 
Fine proof. 

2022. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 

to left. Oval. Line. 

Height i 7-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches. 

Bald, Cousland 6* Co. New York &" Philad": Indian proof. 

2023. GEN. GILBERT MOTTIER LAFAYETTE. BORN SEPT. 6ra 
1757. DIED MAY 20 1834. AGED 76 YEARS 8 MONTHS AND 14 
DAYS. FUNERAL OBSEQUIES PERFORMED TO HIS MEMORY JULY 21, 
1834. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to left. Oval, 
over the top of which is a funeral urn with draped flags; the title 
printed around the oval. Stipple. 

Height a a-i6 inches; width 2 1-16 inches. 
India proof. Modern impression. 

2024. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 4 12-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

2025. GENERAL LA FAYETTE. THE COMPANION IN ARMS OF WASH- 
INGTON. BORN SEPT. 6 T ? 1757. DIED MAY 2o T ? 1834. Full length 
in civilian's dress, standing in the open, head and body three-quarters 
to left; the right hand leaning on a cane holding a hat, the left thrust 
partly into the coat pocket. Colored lithograph. 

Height la inches; width 8 9-16 inches. 

Lith. & Piib. by N. Currier. 152 Nassau St. Cor. of Spruce, N. Y. 



126 



MME. MARCHAND TYPE, MOSTLY AFTER THE ARY 
SCHEFFER HEAD. 

2026. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. One of a group of five portraits on a folio sheet entitled 
"Galeriedes Grands Hommes"; under the portrait are crossed oak 
branches with sword and scroll inscribed "Honneur et Merite." 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

Paris, chez M m . e V ve . Turgis, rue S l . Jacques N. 16, et a Toulouse 
rue S( Rome N. 36. 

2027. LE G A . L LAFAYETTE COMMANT EN CHEF DES GARDES NATIONALS 
DU ROYAUME. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 9 inches. 

Lith. de Delaisie. L. Desmarai? a Paris, chez Terry, Boulevard 
de bonne Nowvelle, 37. 



2028. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 10- 1 6 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Forestier, sculp. Ambroise Tardieu direxit. 



2029. LA-FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 

Line. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

L. Bridi ine. Per Vin? Ferrario. 

2030. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

C. Hamburger, Lithog. Printed by C. Hullmandel. London. 
Published by Colburn & Bentley, 8 New Burlington Street. India 
proof. 

2031. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

2032. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right; one of a group of three portraits, the others being 
Louis Philippe and General Gerard. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Julien, de* Lith. de Bicnebois aine rue Clery. N? 23. a Paris, 
chez Bance, rue Saint Denis. N. 214. 



127 

2033- LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette, with facsimile of four lines of writing in Lafayette's autograph. 

Lithograph. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Lith. Delaunois, r. du Bouloy, 19. Depose a la Direction de la 
Librairie (Mai. 1834). 

2034. LAFAYETTE COMMAND? G* DES GARDES NAT L F S DU ROYAUME. 
Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left; in the title a double 
wreath of oak leaves, inscribed "14 Juillet 1789 27, 28, 29 Juillet 
1830." Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 6 6- 1 6 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

M e Marchand. Lith. de Delaporte S' de Langlume. Paris, chez 
M. J. Marchand, rue S( Severin N. 30. 

2035. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Beneath the portrait under crossed flags is a vignette view 
of Lafayette's triumphal procession in Paris. Lithograph. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

Maurin, Lith. de Lemercier. Paris, chez Giraldon Bovinet et C? 
26 Passage Vivienne. London published by McLean 26 Hay Market, 



2036. GENERAL LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right. One of a group of five portraits on a folio sheet, the 
others being Laffitte, Perier, and Gerard; beneath the portrait a view 
of Paris during the Revolution. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 6-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

A. Maurin. a Paris, chez Bulla, rue S( Jacques. N. 38. Lith. 
de Lemercier, rue du Four S. G. N? 55. 

2037. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Stahlstich von Carl Mayer. Stuttgart. J. Scheible's Buchhand- 
lung, Druck v. Carl Mayer Nbg. 

2038. LAFAYETTE. GENERAL DES GARDES NATIONALES DE FRANCE. 
Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

A. Maurin. Paris, chez Chaillou Potrelle, rue S'. Honere. N. 140. 
Lith. de Lemercier, rue du Foier S. G. N? 55. 

2039. THE SAME. Variation in publisher's address: "Newyork at Bourne's 
359 Broad Way." 



128 

2040. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, seated to 
the left of a table, head three-quarters to left; the right hand resting 
on the table writing a letter. Aquatint. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

Dessine et grave par Pauquet. 

2041. THE SAME. Proof before all letters, on India paper. 

2042. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 

Line. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Grave par Portier a Paris. 

2043. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 7 8-16 inches; width 6 8-16 inches. 

Pouellie" del. & Paris, chez Basset, rue S( Jacques. N. 64. 

2044. LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT-GNRAL DES GARDES NATIONALES 
DE FRANCE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 6- 1 6 inches; width 8 8-16 inches. 

Lithographic par E. Simon fils. Imp. Lith. de Simon P. et F. a 
Strasb'g. , " DecUe" a la Garde nationale de Strasbourg par un de ses 
membres." Se vend au profit des victimes du 27, 28 et 29 Juillet 1830. 

2045. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 inches; width 4 inches. 

2046. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 inches; width 3 14-16 inches. 

Paris, Rosselin, Editeur 21 Quai Voltaire. Imp. Lith. Formentin 
&> C? 10 Rue des S'. s Peres. 

2047. THE SAME. With variation in publisher's address. 

2048. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 

Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 5 4-16 inches. 

2049. LE G AL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to right, on a quarto sheet with portraits of Louis Philippe and Gen. 
Gerard, in a grouping backed by crossed flags bearing the inscrip- 
tion "Liberte", Ordre Public, 27.28.29 Juillet 1830." Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 4 13-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Size of whole print, height 10-16 inches; width p 4-16 inches. 



129 

2050. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. NE EN AUVERGNE LE 6 SEPTEMBRE 
1757. AMI DE WASHINGTON DIGNE EMULE DE SA GLOIRE. Full 
bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Stipple. 

Height 9 4-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

a Paris chez Cereghetti, Rue Galande N. 51. Depose. Very rare. 

2051. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 

Lithograph. 

Height 21 3-16 inches; width i6'g-i6 inches. 

Lith". & Published by Endicott, 359 Broadway, New York. (Copy- 
right 1835.) 

2052. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval in a wreath of oak leaves. Line. 

Height i 6-16 inches; width i 2-16 inches. 

2053. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Circular medallion. Stipple. 

Diameter i 12-16 inches. 

2054. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

Lith. de la Cour. 

2055. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Woodcut. 

Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

2056. LE G A . L LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT EN CHEF DES GARDES 
NATIONALES DU ROYAUME. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

de Beauvaise, N. 10. 

2057. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Lith. de Engelmann & O. 6 

2058. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Pendleton's Lith. Boston. Pub. by Lilly Wait & Co. Boston, 1833. 
9 



I 3 

2059. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 

Vignette, underneath which is a view of Lafayette's triumphal pro- 
cession in Paris. Stipple. 

Height 2 7-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

Marcilly, rue S* Jacques, N? ?i. 

2060. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left; 

fully described in preceding print. Stipple, colored. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 4 10-16 inches. 

Seven d, a Paris, Chez PreVost, Rue S^ Denis. N? 32. The 
heading to a letter-sheet gotten up to commemorate the French Revo- 
lution. 

2061. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Oval medallion in a laurel wreath, over which is an eagle with out- 
spread wings, with ribbon in its beak, upon which is inscribed " The 
Nation's Guest"; under the eagle a scroll, upon which is the title; 
on each side and beneath the oval, flags and implements of war; in 
the background shipping. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

2062. LA FAYETTE. A GRATEFUL WELCOME TO THE FRIEND OF OUR 
ILLUSTRIOUS WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left, to the right of a similar portrait of Washington. Oval 
in a wreath of olive leaves, over which is a cupid with trumpet and 
wreath. Line. 

Height 14-16 inch; width 12-16 inch. 

Duly Entered According to Act 0} Congress. Silk Badge to com- 
memorate Lafayette's Visit in 1824. 

2063. THE SAME on a sheet with General Lafayette's visiting card and 
an autograph note signed by General Lafayette. 

2064. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Oval on a base on which is the title ; on either side of the oval a soldier 
with a musket; perched on the top of oval is an eagle with outspread 
wings, with a ribbon in its beak upon which is inscribed "1776," 
encircled with diverging rays. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 2-16 inches; width i 10-16 inches. 

"The Soldier's model, the Patriot's Glory." Silk Badge to com- 
memorate Lafayette's Visit in 1824. 



2065. LAFAYETTE. GENERAL EN CHEF DE LA GARDE NATIONALS 
DE FRANCE. (DEFENSEUR DE LA LIBERT^ DES DEUX MONDES.) Full 
bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. Vignette in clouds. 
One of a group of four portraits, the others being Louis Philippe, 
Marie Amelid, and Due d'Orleans. Lithograph. 

Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. 

Julien del 1 . Lith. de Bichebois aine" cl&y, N? 23. a Paris chez 
Lamoureux et Danlos, Editeurs, rue de Seine, N. 4. Be*nard, Galerie 
Vivienne, N? 49. 

2066. GENERAL LAFAYETTE. "SA CONFIANCE DANS LE TRIOMPHE 

DE LA LIBERT^ EST LA M^ME QUE CELLE D'UN HOMME PIEUX DANS 

LA VIE A VENIR." Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 7 12-16 inches; width 7 inches. 

E. Lemaitre del 1 . Lith. de Engelmann & C 1 . 6 

2067. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette, underneath which is, beneath crossed flags, a representation 
of the triumphal procession in honor of Lafayette in Paris. 

Lithograph. 

Height 8 12-16 inches; width 9 6-16 inches. 

Maurin. Lith. de Lemercier. Paris, chez Giraldon Bovinet et 
C? 26 Passage Vivienne. London, published by McLean. 25 Hay 
Market. 

2068. Full length in uniform, head three-quarters to left, 

embracing Louis Philippe i? { Lithograph. 

Height 12 12-16 inches; width 9 8-16 inches. 

A. Maurin del Lith. de Lemercier. "Voila le Roi qu'il nous 
fallait, C'est la meilleure des republiques." a Paris, chez I'Editeur 
rue S( Honore. N. 190. et chez Rittner Boulevard Montmartre N. 12. 
et chez Challou Potrelle rue S( Honore N 140. London, published by 
Ch. Tilt 86 Fleet Street. 



2069. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 

Vignette, beneath which are crossed flags with a crowing cock in the 
center. Stipple 

Height 2 13-16 inches; width 3 inches 



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JULIEN TYPE, HEAD AFTER ARY SCHEFFER. 

2070. Full length in uniform, head three-quarters to right, 

the right hand holding the hat and the left the scabbard of a sword; 
standing to the left of a monument upon which is inscribed " Declara- 
tion des Droits de 1' Homme," etc. ; to the left the full-length portrait 
of Mirabeau; over the monument a crowing cock, olive leaves, and a 
hat of the Commune; to the right and left in the background flags. 
Vignette. Aquatint, 

Height 15 inches; width 13 1-16 inches. 

Ecrit par Bernard. Binet, Rue Aubrey le Boucher, 34. 

2071. THE SAME. In colors. 

2072. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Public par Soetens &" Fils, a La Haye. 

2073. LA FAYETTE. (GILBERT-MOTTIER, MARQUIS DE.) DPUT 
D'AUVERGNE AUX STATS GEN^RAUX. Full bust in uniform, head 
three-quarters to left. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 2 6-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

On the same page is an Etching by Pollet of Lafayette at Champ 
de Mars. 

2074. LE GEN^ LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

Hautvillier 1833. 

2075. THE SAME. With publisher's address: " Publie par Blaisot." 

2076. THE SAME. With variety in publisher's address: "Publie par 
P. H. Krabbe." 

2077. THE SAME. With variety in publisher's address: "D. Cavailles, 

editeur. Publications Historiques." 

2078. THE SAME. Proof before all letters on India paper. 

2079. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, advancing to the right, 
chapeau in the left hand, the right hand extended; in the rear a com- 
pany of the National Guard. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 10 8-16 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 

Julien del* Petit direx* lith. de Bichebois aine, rue clery, N? 23. 
"30 et 31 Juillet, 1830" "Revue des Braves Patriotes d'Elbeuf, de 
Rouen et du Havre, &9" India proof. 



2080. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 

Vignette. Line. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 

Julien del. Ch. Ransonnette sc. 

" L'AnUrigtte, par lui, gagna sa liberte. 
La France, son salut, son rang, sa digniti." 

2081. THE SAME. With title: "Le G^ 1 Lafayette," but without the two 
commendatory lines. India proof. 

2082. THE SAME. Without the artists' names. 

2083. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT EN CHEF LA GARDE 
NATIONALLE. Full length in uniform, advancing to the left, with 
left hand resting on the hilt of a sword, the right hand extended; 
in the background a company of the National Guard. Lithograph. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 7 2-16 inches. 

Lith de Gobert et Ci e rue S*. Marten 79. "dessine* a 1'Etat Major 
de 1'Hotel de ville, Par M 1 ? P. B. et H Charge's par ordre du Ge"ne"ral 
en Chef Lafayette de tous dessins Lithographiques relatifs aux glori- 
eux evenements de la revolution de 1830." Se trowve chez M r . Petit 
rue S( Denis N. 135. 



GEILLE TYPE, AFTER THE ARY SCHEFFER HEAD. 

2084. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Oval in a rectangle engraved to represent masonry work. Line. 

Height ia 13-16 inches; width 9 11-16 inches. 

Dessine et Grave* par Geille. Paris, chez I'Auteur, Rue de Savoie, 
N. 7. Imprime par Char don aine. E. Mascre et Widerkehr J n . e Rue 
de Provence, N. 16. Open letter proof. 

2085. THE SAME. Choice proof before all letters. Very rare in this state. 

2086. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Woodcut. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 inches. 

A. B. L. 

2087. Nearly half length in uniform, head three-quarters 

to left. Vignette. Line. 

Height 2 12-16 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

Proof before letters. 



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2o88.^LE G A . L LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters 
to left. Oval in a rectangle. Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

E. Leguay sculp. Gilquin et Dupain. Imp. r. de la Catantre 19. 
Paris. Per? Sartorious Edit. 9. rue Mazarine. 



AL. MASSARD TYPE, ARY SCHEFFER HEAD. 

2089. LAFAYETTE. GENERAL EN CHEF DE LA GARDE NATIONALE. 
Full bust in uniform, embroidered collar, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 12-16 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Lecler 1830. Imp. Lith. de E. Ardit. a Paris chez E Ardit editeur 
rue Vivienne. 

2090. LE^GA L DE LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with embroidered 
collar, head three-quarters to right. One of four portraits on a folio 
sheet, the others being Perier, Chauvelin, and La Borde. Vignette. 

Lithograph. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 

Lecler, 1823. a Paris, chez I'Auteur quai de Gevres N. 10. Lith. 
de G. Engelmann. 

2091. S. A. R. MQ? LE Due D'ORLEANS EMBRASSANT LE GNRAL LAFAY- 
ETTE, ET ARBORANT LES COULEURS NATIONALES, SUR LE TERRASSE DE 

SON PALAIS, LE 30 JUILLET 1830. Full length in uniform, with em- 
broidered collar, embracing the Due d'Orleans on a balcony. 

Lithograph. 

Height 9 9-16 inches; width 7 10-16 inches. 

Labastide del. Lith. de Fonrouge, quai Conti N? 5. 

2092. LE T GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform with em- 
broidered collar, head three-quarters to left; in the centre of the title 
afcrouching lion partly covered with the French flag, upon which is 
perched a crowing cock. Line. 

Height 5 11-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches. 

Al. Massard Del et Sc. a Paris, chez Legendre. Rue des deux 
Fonts, N. 26 (Ne S( Louis'). 

2093. M * LE MQV IS DE LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with em- 
broidered collar, head three-quarters to right. Oval. Etching. 

Height 4 11-16 indies; width 3 9-16 inches. 

Montaut del! et sc. Rare. 



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2094- LAFAYETTE. A CITIZEN or THE TWO WORLDS. CITIZEN DES DEUX 
MONDES. Full length in uniform, with embroidered collar, head 
three-quarters to right, standing in front to the right of an armchair 
with a scroll in the right hand, the left hand resting on a scroll on a 
table to the right, upon which is a book, globe, etc.; a window in the 
right distance. Lithograph. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Lithog. de Benard. ft Paris, Chez Aubert, Galerie, Vero Dodat. 
India proof. 

2095. LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT G A F- DE LA GARDE NATIONALS. 
Full bust in uniform, with embroidered collar, head three-quarters 
to left, encircled with a striped ribbon. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 6 10-16 inches; width 5 12-16 inches. 

2096. VOILA LE ROI QU'IL NOUS FALLAIT. PHILIPPE i* R Roi 
DES FRANCAIS, RECEVANT DES MAINS DU GENERAL LAFAYETTE LE 
DRAPEAU NATIONALE. Full length in uniform, with embroidered 
collar, head three-quarters to left ; standing on a balcony, the left hand 
grasping the hand of Louis Philippe, the right extended back of Louis 
Philippe's shoulder about relinquishing its hold on a flag which he 
has presented to the King. Stipple printed in colors. 

Height 12 inches; width 9 5-16 inches. 

A Paris, chez M m . e V Turois rue S( Jacques N. 16 et a Toulouse 
rue S*. Rome N. 36, Depose. Very rare. 

2097. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with embroidered collar, head 
three-quarters to right. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 8-16 inches. 

2098. LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT-GE'NE'RAL DES GARDES NATIONALES 
DE FRANCE. Full bust in uniform, with embroidered collar, head 
three-quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 8-16 inches; width 9 2-16 inches. 

" Dedie' aux Gardes Nationales de 1' Alsace. Au profit des Victimes 
des 27. 28 et 29 Juillet 1830" Lithographic de F. G. Levrault a Stras- 
bourg. 

2099. LAFAYETTE. CITOYEN DES DEUX MONDES. Full bust in uniform, 
with embroidered collar, head three-quarters to right, beneath which 
are the French flags crossed over a wreath of holly, upon which is 
perched a crowing cock; in the wreath the inscription "Liberte Ordre 
Publique"; on the flags, "14 Juillet 1789," "27.28.29, Juillet 1830." 
Vignette. Stipple in colors. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 4 6-16 inches. 



i 3 6 



MISCELLANEOUS TYPES, AFTER THE ARY SCHEFFER HEAD. 

2100. THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONISTS, i LE GENERAL LA FAYETTE. 
2 J. LAFITTE. 3 LE GENERAL M. E GERARD. 4 LE GNRAL SEBAS- 
TIANI. Full bust in uniform, with fur collar, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. One of a group of four portraits on a quarto sheet. 

Stipple. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 10-16 inches. 



2101. LA FAYETTE, GEB DEN 6 T P SEPTBR, 1757, GEST. DEN 2o T P MAY 

1834. Full bust in uniform, with fur collar; head three-quarters to 
right. Oval. Lithograph. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width a 12-16 inches. 

2102. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with fur collar, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 inches; width 2 12-16 inches. 

2103. LE GENERAL LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, with fur 
collar, head three-quarters to right; in the centre of the title, an olive 
wreath encircling the following inscription : " Brandwine, Monmouth, 
Virginie, Pensylvanie, York-town, Versailles, Paris, Philippeville, 
Maubeuge, Florennes." Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 10 10- 16 inches; width 10 14-16 inches. 

Lith. de Senefelder. India proof. Very rare. 

2104. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, fully de- 
scribed in the preceding print, but with head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height n 10-16 inches; width n 4-16 inches. 

Lith. de M 6 ! 16 Farmentier, rue des S l . s Peres. N9 10. 

2105. LAFAYETTE THE NATIONS GUEST. Full bust in uniform, 
head three-quarters to left. Circular medallion; over the medallion a 
ribbon on which* is the title. Line. 

Diameter 2 11-16 inches. 

2106. Half length in uniform, head three-quarters to left, 

body to right; scroll in the left hand. Stipple. 

Height 6 inches; width 5 inches. 

Proof before letters. Rare. 

2107. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE, COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA 
GARDE NATIONALE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

L. Desmorais. Lith. de. V. Ratier. 



137 

2108. LAFAYETTE, (MARIE -PAUL -JOSEPH- YVES- GILBERT -MOTTIER, 
MARQUIS DE) GENERAL EN CHEF DES GARDES NATIONALES DE 
FRANCE, 1834. Full length in uniform, head to left, standing to the 
left of a table upon which are some books, a chapeau in the left hand; 
in the back distance an armchair. Line. 

Height 8 1-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Peint par Court. Grave" par Aug. Blanchard. Dessine* par 
Girardet, Diagraphe et Pantographe Gavard. Gal ri . e de Versailles. 

2109. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
right. Oval, between two flags, over the top of which is an eagle and 
diverging rays. The title on a scroll beneath the oval resting on a 
pedestal. Vignette. Stipple. 

Height a 3-16 inches; width i 5-16 inches. 

2 1 10. LE GENERAL LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head 
three-quarters to left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 inches. 

Devezia 1823. Lith de Langlume. 

21 1 1. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

right. Vignette, the center of a folio sheet with 10 characteristic 
vignettes of French characters. Lithograph. 

Height 5 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

(Engraved by E. Bernard). Very rare. 

21 12. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 

right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 2-16 inches; width 4 4-16 inches. 

2113. LE G*?- LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three- 
quarters to right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 7 12-16 inches; width 5 7-16 inches. 

C. L. S. Chez, Boidoin rue de Vanguard N. 36. 

2114. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, three-quarters to right; 
view of shipping in the background, with border resembling a picture- 
frame, suspended by a ring and ribbon. Line. 

Height 8 5-16 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

Engraved by B. Tanner, from a Lithographic Print published in 
Paris in 1818. Published March 2f. h 1824, by B. Tanner N. 74 
South Eighth Street, Philadelphia. 

2115. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in civilian's dress, head three-quarters to 
left. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 8 10-16 inches; width 7 14-16 inches. 

Linecti. Lith de ch. Motte. 



138 

11 i6. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA 'FAYETTE. COLONEL DE LA MILICE 
PARISIENNE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval medallion, suspended by a ring, with ribbons, and resting on a 
base upon which is the title ; oak and olive leaves on either side of the 
oval. One of five portraits on a folio sheet, the others being Due 
d'Orleans, Bailly, Mirabeau, and Necker. Stipple. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 

I. Nilson Sculps. Chez Fietta et Compani, & Kriegshaber, pres 
d'Augsbourg. Very rare. 

2117. GENERAL LA FAYETTE. SKIZZIRT, AUF SEINER REISE DURCH 
LEIPZIG, NACH AMERIKA. Full bust in civilian's dress, in profile to 
left. Oval. Stipple. 

Height 3 6-16 inches; width 3 11-16 inches. 

G. G. Endner del et sculp, in Leipzig zu finden bey G. G. Endner. 

2118. M. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE. DEPUTE DE LA SENECH C ? 

DE RlOM EN AUVERGNE. ELU PAR ACCLAMATION, COMMAND? 

GENERAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALS PARISIENNE. Full bust in 
uniform, head three-quarters to right. Oval in a rectangle, resting 
on a base on which is the title; over the oval oak leaves tied with 
ribbons; in the center of the title a hand-glass, from which rays diverge, 
a snake coiled around the handle. Aquatint. 

Height 7 14-16 inches; width 6 4-16 inches. 

Collection Gdndrale des Portraits de M. M. les Deputes a PAssem- 
ble"e Nationale tenue Versailles le 4 Mai 1789. A Paris, chez Le 
Vachez sous les Colonnades du Palais Royale N. 258. Very rare. 

2119. A. L. MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE MAJOR GENERAL DES ARMEES 
DES ETATS UNIS DE L'AMERIQUE. Full bust in uniform, head three- 
quarters to left. Oval in a rectangle resting on a base, upon which 
is a plumed helmet, shield, flag, field-glass, etc. ; over the oval a globe 
with diverging rays, in the centre of wreath of olive leaves; the title 
on a table on the base. Line. 

Height 6 9-16 inches; width 4 2-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Mondhare rue S l . Jacques. Rare. 

2120. M? LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COLONEL DE LA MILICE 
PARISIENNE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval 
with a border, resting on a base, oak and olive leaves extending upward 
on either side of the oval; the title on the base. Aquatint. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

A Paris chez Basset M d . d'Estampes et Fabricant de Papiers peint, 
rue S( Jacques, au coin de celle des Mathurins. A. P. D. R. Very 
rare. 



139 

2iai. LOUIS XVI. ROI DES FRANCAIS: NE LE AOUT 1753. M? DE 
LA FAYETTE, COM D ? GE'N^- DE LA GARDE N A P PARISIENNE: N 
LE6 7 b F e 1757. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left, facing 
a portrait of Louis XVI. Circular medallion with a border; the title 
in the border. Stipple printed in colors. 

Diameter a 4-16 inches. 

A Paris, chez Blin, Place Maubert. N. .17. Excessively rare. 

2122. M? DE LA FAYETTE. DPTJT DE RIOM A L'ASSEMBLEE NATIONALS 
ET COMMANDANT GE'NE'RAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALS PARISIENNE. 
DDl A TOUS LES DEFFENSEURS DE LA LIBERT^, PAR AUDOUIN 

GRENADIER VOL R ? DE LA SECTION DU LUXEMBOURG. Full bust in 

uniform, head three-quarters to right. Oval with a border in a rect- 
angle resting on a base; the title on a tablet on the base. Line. 

Height 12 11-16 inches; width 8 q-i6 inches. 

Dessin^ et Grave" par Audouin. a Paris rue du petit Bourbon N. 
22. Rare. 

2123. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Cir- 
cular medallion in a rectangle suspended by a ring, tied with a ribbon ; 
beneath the oval a tablet (blank). Line. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 inches. 

Choice Proof before all letters, with the blank table. Excessively 
rare. 

2124. 1789. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Circular 
medallion. Machine engraved. 

Diameter 3 8-16 inches. 

2125. Bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Vignette 

in an ornamental border inclosed in olive branches. Silhouette. 

Machine engraved. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width i 4-16 inches. 

Rare. 

2126. THE SAME. In a border resembling a picture-frame. 

2127. Bust in uniform, head in profile to left. 

Stipple in red. 

Height ii 8-16 inches; width 8 2-16 inches. 

A. P. D. R. Defaced. 

2128. LA FAYETTE. Bust in uniform, head in profile to right. Circular 
medallion, with border on the lower portion, on which is the title. 

Line. 

Diameter i 6-16 inches. 



140 

. LAFAYETTE (1789). Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to 
right. Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 2 10-16 inches; width 2 3-16 inches. 

Galerie des Contemporains Illustres. 

2130. LA FAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Oval. Stipple. 

Height 4 10-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Engraved by Madan. 

2131. LAFAYETTE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Line. 

Height i 14-16 inches; width 2 inches. 

G. Due del. India proof. 

2132. THE SAME. Plain impression. 

2133. LAFAYETTE. Three-quarter length in uniform, resting on a 
hillock, head to left, right hand resting on a sword, the left thrust into 
the waistcoat; soldiers in the distance. Line. 

Height 4 14-16 inches; width 3 12-16 inches. 

Geoffrey De Gonet, editeur. 

2134. MARIE PAUL JOS H YVES GIL MOTTIER MQ U ! S DE LA 
FAYETTE. LIEUTENANT G A . L COMMANDANT IN CHEF L'ARMEE 

DU CENTRE 1791. GENERAL EN CHEF DES GARDES N AL F S DE FRANCE 

1830. Three-quarter length in uniform, head to right, right arm 
resting on a rock to the left, and scroll in hand, a chapeau in the 
left hand. Vignette in border of one line. Etching. 

Height 4 4-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

Lariviere pt dessine* par Pot. Justus Grave" par Morinet. India 
proof. 

2135. THE SAME. Plain impression, on a quarto sheet with portrait of 

Rochambeau. 

2136. MARIE PAUL JOS? H YVES GIL MOTTIER MQ U ! S DE LA 
FAYETTE, etc. Fully described in preceding print. Etching. 

Height 2 3-16 inches; width i 14-16 inches. 

Diagraphe et Pantographe. Gavard. Grave" par Reveil. 

On a quarto sheet with Portrait of Rochambeau, Montesquieu, and Bournonville. 



141 

2137. LAFAYETTE 1791. Full length in uniform, head to right, a scroll 
in the left hand, chapeau tucked under the right arm, a riding-whip 
in the hand; standing to the left of a pillar partly hid with drapery; 
in the left distance, military; with ornamental border. Line. 

Height 5 10-16 inches; width 3 7-16 inches. 

Druaux Del Laderer Sculp. "Historic de France Anquetil et 
Leonard Gallois. L d Gallois Page 60." 

2138. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Rare in this state. 

2139. GARDE NATIONALS LE COMMANDANT GENERAL. Full 
length in uniform, head in profile to left; the left hand held before the 
breast, a chapeau in the right hand. Vignette in a border of a single 
line. Colored etching. 

Height 3 10-16 inches; width 2 9-16 inches. 

Rare. 

2140. M. LE MARQUIS DE LA FAYETTE COMMANDANT GNRAL DE 
LA GARDE NATIONALE DE PARIS. 

Sous les drapeaux francois, son intrtpiditt. Aujour d'hui le Francois qu' inspire son genii 
En brisant d'autres fers, honore la Patrie. Ranges sous ses drapeaux, marche i la liberle. 

Par le Chev. de Besainville. 

Full length in uniform, head in profile to left; the right hand ex- 
tended holding a chapeau, the left resting on the hip. Vignette in 
border of a single line. Colored etching. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 55-16 inches. 

A Paris chez J. chereau Rue Si Jacques pres la F S( Severin, N. 
257. Very rare. 

2141. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, head to left; seated to the 
right of a table upon which is an inkstand and book; a map held by 
both hands resting on the knees; to the right a chapeau on a drum, flag, 
musket, etc. Line. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Drawn by Alonzo Chappel. From an authentic painting in the 
possession of the publishers. India proof. 

2142. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, head nearly in profile to 
left; standing to the right of a pedestal surrounded with altar fires; 
a chapeau in the left hand, the right extended towards the pedestal. 

Tinted lithograph. 

Height 7 3-16 inches; width 4 12-16 inches. 

A. Lacauchie. Imp. Rigo freres et C 1 . 



142 

2143- LAFAYETTE. Bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. Oval. 
One of 12 portraits of French officers, on an octavo sheet with orna- 
mental background. Line. 

Height i 4-16 inches; width i inch. 

Henri Pottin del Thomassin soil. 

2144. LAFAYETTE, 1834. Full bust in uniform, on a base, head to left. 
One of four busts on an octavo sheet. Vignette. Etching. 

Height 2 8-16 inches; width i 12-16 inches. 

Diagraphe et Pantographe Gavard. 

2145. M. P. J. R. I. G MORTIER MQ UIS DE LA FAYETTE NE" LE 6 SEPT. 

1757. Full bust in uniform, head in profile to left. Circular medal. 

Etching. 

Diameter i 11-16 inches. 

The obverse of the medal by Duvivier, with the reverse. 



2146. GT M^ DE LA FAYETTE. OBERBEFEHLSHABER DER PARISER 
NATIONALGARDE. Full bust in uniform, head three-quarters to left. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 3 4-16 inches; width 3 5-16 inches. 

2147. MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. GENERAL DES PARISER NATIONAL- 
GARDE GEB DER SEPT. 1757 zu CHAVAGNAC IM DEP. DER OBEIN LOIR. 
Full bust in uniform and military cloak, head three-quarters to right. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

2148. GILBERT MOTTIER MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. Full length 
in court dress, with cocked hat, head three-quarters to right, left 
hand thrust into the waistcoat pocket, the right hand extended. Vig- 
nette in border of two lines. Stipple in colors. 

Height 5 12-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches. 

Imp Camus XVIII 6 Siecle. Regne de Louis XVI. 

2149. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform and chapeau, head three- 
quarters to left, standing back of a barricade; the left hand extended, 
a sword in the right, pointed towards the ground; to the left a flag 
upon which is the word "Liberte"; in the lower right corner a knap- 
sack, musket, etc.; the title in an oak wreath at the top. Line. 

Height 5 8-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches. 

J. Potier. del* P r ? Adam, sculp 1 . "La Libert^ Triumphera ou 
nous PeYirons ensemble." a Paris, chez VAuteur, Rue des Noyers, 
N. 27 et tous les M d . s d'Estampes. 




LAFAYETTE 

S f st f/sff s/s's /s/ rf/sf/fs 






LOT 2156, REDUCED 



2 1 so. THE SAME. India proof, slightly defaced. 

2151. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

2152. Full length in uniform and chapeau, head three- 
quarters to right, standing on raised ground, hands crossed and resting 
on a walking-stick; in the right -distance two soldiers. 

Original water-color. 

Height ii 4-16 inches; width 6 14-16 inches. 

Beautiful original water-color Painting of Lafayette before his 
departure for America, 1777. 

2153. LE G A . L LAFAYETTE, DEPUTE. Full length in civilian's dress, 
standing to the right of a table, the right hand resting upon a scroll 
thereon ; the left hand raised before the breast ; head nearly full face. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 9 2-16 inches; width 6 3-16 inches. 

Dess. d'apres nature par Dusaulchoy, 1823. De Pimp. Lith. de 
Sentex. Rue Richilieu. N? 10. Proof, so certified in the Autograph 
. of the Publishers. Very rare. r r 

2154. LAFAYETTE. Full length in civilian's dress, head three-quarters 
to left, in the act of placing a wreath upon the tomb of Washington. 
(The lettering on the Tomb is " G. Wasingtbni") Lithograph. 

Height 12 inches; width 9 inches. 

Prevost F'. lithogv de Burggraaff. a' Bruxelles. " Journal de la 
Sentinelle.' ' 

2155. G A . L LAFAYETTE LE HERDS DES DEUX MONDES. Full length in 
uniform and chapeau, on horseback advancing to right, a sword held 
perpendicular in the right hand; on a hillock in the distance a group 
of French flags around a shield upon which is inscribed "Aux He"ros 
Morts Pour la Liberte*"; the title in the upper margin; in the lower 
margin verses entitled "La Parisienne, chant Patriotique." 

Colored -wood engraving. 

Height 18 8-16 inches; width 14 2-16 inches. 

J. B. Thidbaut (Propriete de 1'Editeur) De la Fabrique de P. Lacour, 
Graveur, Faubourg Saint : Georges a Nancy. (Depose a la Direction.) 
Very rare. 

2156. LAFAYETTE GENERAL EN CHEF DE LA GARDE NATIONALS. Full 
length in uniform and chapeau, head three-quarters to left; on horse- 
back advancing to the left; in the left distance. a regiment. of cavalry 
barely visible. Stipple. 

Height 12 7-16 inches; width 9 10-16 inches. 

D. Adam Pfuzer sculp 1 , a Paris chez Remoissenet Quai Mala- 
quai N. 9. Excessively rare. See Plate. 



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LAFAYETTE. COMMANDANT GENERAL DE LA GARDE NATIONALE 
PARISIENNE (1789). Full length in uniform and chapeau, nearly full 
face; on horseback advancing to right, a sword in right hand resting 
on the rump of the horse. Vignette in border of three lines. 

Lithograph. 

Height 8 4-16 inches; width 6 inches. 

H. de Viel-Castel. Lith. de Villain. 



2158. DE LA FAYETTE. OBERBEFEHLSHABER DER PARISER NATIONAL- 
GARDE. Full length in uniform and chapeau, nearly full face; on 
horseback advancing to the right, a sword held perpendicular in the 
right hand resting on the rump of the horse; view of a city in the 
background. Colored etching. 

Height ii 7-16 inches; width 10 inches. 

Nurnberg, bei C. Trummer. N? 334. Par: 74. 

Excessively rare. 

2159. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform and chapeau, head three- 
quarters to left; on horseback advancing to the left, a sword in the 
right hand, the point only visible; a troop of cavalry partly visible to 
the right; a view of buildings in the left distance. Lithograph. 

Height 18 14-16 inches; width 15 11-16 inches. 

A. Regnier, Pinxit et Del* Imp. Lith. de Guerrier, Cloitre des 
Bernardines N? 6 "Dedie" a la garde nationale de France, et aux 
patriotes des deux mondes. a Paris, chez Dauty, Palais Royal. 
Imp. PEditeur. Rue de 1'Arbre Sec. N? 9. 



CARICATURES AND SCENES ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE 
LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. 

2160. Full length in uniform, advancing to the left, arm-in- 
arm with a soldier of the Revolution, his chapeau in the right hand; 
to the right an Indian with a gun seated on a log; to the left Diogenes 
and his tub, in the act of blowing out his lantern, having discovered 
an honest man in Lafayette; in the right background soldiers, and in 
the left and middle distance buildings; in the margin the French 
flags crossed, upon which is a crowing cock, under an olive wreath. 

Lithograph. 

Height 12 3-16 inches; width 16 8-16 inches. 
Proof before letters. Rare. 



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2161. DOUBLE CARICATURE. Liberty in Utopia; Liberty in France. 
The former being represented by Liberty, old and decrepit, on crutches, 
surrendering to old Father Time, to be buried; a soldier with sword 
in uplifted hand stands before a pile of stones labeled "Tax on Malt," 
"Tax on Beer," "Tax on Sugar," "Tax on Tobacco," etc. The 
latter is represented by Liberty -standing on clouds, amidst diverging 
rays, taking the hand of General Lafayette, who stands with three 
other French officers to the right, and imparts to him the following: 
" Hold in your remembrance these sacred words which are the guarantee 
of your decrees. The nation, the law and the king The nation is 
yourselves, the law is your own for its your will, and the King is 
the guardian of the law." Colored etching. 

Height of each 14 inches; width n 8-16 inches. 

London Pu"b A . May 12. 1791. by W m . Holland N. 50. Oxford S l . 

2162. CARICATURE. " Les Mortels Sont Egaux Ce n'est pas La Naissance 
C'est La Seule Vertu qui fait La Differenc." Lafayette in uniform 
standing to the left of a negro, the figure of Justice to the left, holding 
a rod over their heads; immediately over the rod a triangle with three 
fleur de lis, emitting diverging rays; the negro holds in his left hand 
a scroll upon which is inscribed "Droit de 1'homme," etc., and in 
the right hand a scroll inscribed "Decret de 15 mai"; in the extreme 
left the demons Injustice, Aristocracy, Insurrection, etc., flying away; 
on each side of title are four lines of descriptive text in French. 

Colored etching. 

Height 12 7-16 inches; length 18 5-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

2163. LA PHILOSOPHIE ET LA PATRIOTISMS VAINQUEURS 

DES PREJUGES. Lafayette, full length in uniform, being received 
into the National Guard of France by various brother officers, who 
. :. are trampling on Tyranny writhing on the ground at the foot of a 
monument in the shape of a pyramid, upon which History is inscribing 
the decree of the National Assembly of January, 1790; in the margin 
in clouds an olive wreath encircling the motto "La Nation, La Loi, 
Le Roi" and three fleur de lis. Line. 

Height 14 inches; width 10 2-16 inches. 

Bessine* par Marechal, 1790. Grave par Picquenot a Paris, chez 
Picquenot, Graveur, rue des Carmes, au college de Presle. "Dedie a 
la Nation, Pre'sente' a 1'Assemble'e Nationale," with 20 lines of de- 
scriptive text in French. 

2164. THE SAME. Proof before the title, inscription, or printer's address, 
and before the "La Nation" in the olive wreath in the margin. Very 
rare in this state. 



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2165. SCENE REVOLUTIONNAIRE. A very sacrilegious caricature of 
Lafayette, Louis Philippe, and various other French Revolutionists 
sitting down to a meal at a table in imitation of Leonardo da Vinci's 
Last Supper, a female figure representing the French Republic 
taking the place of the Saviour, Louis Philippe taking the place of 
Judas. Lithograph. 

Height 8 15-16 inches; length 17 6-16 inches. 

Au bureau chez Aubert. Galerie Vero-Dodat. Litho. Delaunois, r. 
du Bouloi. India proof. Very rare. 

2166. CARICATURE. Bon mot. D'une Ambassadrice. La reputation Du 

Grand General Ressemble A une Chandelle Qui Ne Brille Que chez 
Le Peuple. Et Pile En Seteignant. The bust of Lafayette, on a 
candlestick; out of his head protrudes a candle, lighted. Etching. 

Height 5 4-16 inches; width 3 4-16 inches. 
Rare. 

2i66. QU AS MARE LECERNEBAT LAFAYETTE LIBERTATE 
CONNECTIT. Full length portrait of Lafayette, in uniform, be- 
tween the figures of America and Europe, who are about placing on 
his head a crown of olives, over which is ribbon, upon which is the 
motto; over the ribbon an eagle displayed, with shield, and arrows 
and olive branches in its talons, in a circle of stars and diverging 
rays. Colored etching. 

Height 7 inches; width 5 13-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

2 1 67. T CARICATURE. Le cauchemar. Representing Lafayette lying on 
a couch, asleep, with a large pear resting on his stomach; in the left 
hand, which is resting on the floor, is a paper entitled "Programme 
de 1'hotel de ville." Lithograph. 

Height 9 inches; width n 8-16 inches. 

Rogelin. Lith. de Delaporte. On s'abonne chez Aubert, galerie 
vero dodat. 



2168. CARICATURE. Le pouvoir Exdcutif a cheval sur la Constitution: 
Casse col des Jacobins en attendant &9 &9 &? &9 The figure of 
a horse with a very long body and the head of a female, upon the 
back of which is seated King Louis Philippe; the figure of a soldier 
with a chicken's head; an officer and General Lafayette; to the right 
a view of the Bastille. Oval. Aquatint in brown. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; length 5 9-16 inches. 
Very rare. 



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2169. CARICATURE. "Zehn geheim vezborgene Silhouetten Dumourier 
la Fayet Marat Kellerman Custine Petion Barnave Tbouret Danton 
Robespierre." Representing Robespierre standing with a torch in 
hand near a representation of the earth, which he is trying to set on 
fire; to the left various articles plundered from churches, palaces, etc.; 
in the branches of a tree to the left is depicted the portrait of Lafayette; 
in the background a view of a burning city. Etching. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 5 11-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

2170. CARICATURE. Grande Seance aux Jacobins en Janvier 1792. ou 
1'on voit le grand effet interieure que sit 1'anonce de la guerre par le 
Ministre Linote a la suite de son grand tour qu'il venoit de faire. A 
caricature representation of the National Assemble", depicting it in 
not a very decent manner; on the upper border of the print and hanging 
over each corner is the representation of two snakes, a spear pro- 
truding out of the mouth of each, upon which is inscribed "Lafayette" 
and "Mirabeau." Aquatint. 

Height 5 9-16 inches; length 8 8-16 inches. 
Vilette invenit. Extremely rare. 

2171. CARICATURE. Le Ministre-Linotte Declarant la guerre a la 
Noblesse francaise, aux freres du Roi, a tous les peuples de PEurope 

&c &c &c &c Linotte being represented by a soldier's body with a 
chicken's head, standing on the beach amidst implements of war, with 
a scroll in the left hand, upon which is inscribed "Projet de guerre"; 
the right hand pointing towards the sky in the upper left hand corner; 
where, in clouds, are to be seen the portraits of Lafayette and several 
crowned heads. Oval. Aquatint. 

Height 4 3-16 inches; width 5 13-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

2172. CARICATURE. The Frogs who wanted a King. Lafayette repre- 
sented with his head on a crane's body, to the left of a pool of water 
in which numerous frogs are basking; to the right a pole upon which 
is a man's head holding a nag on a stick in his mouth, upon which 
is inscribed "Martial Law" and around which bats and vultures are 
flying; on the ground are cocks fighting and other fowl; in the left 
distance a net mounted on poles. Etching. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; length 5 11-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

2173. CARICATURE. Le Ge'ne'ral en racourey Fuyant de Noyen. Con- 
versus est Retrorsum. A caricature portrait of Lafayette on horse- 
back, before a company of the National Guard, a diminutive sized 
man seated on the horse, back of, and with his arms around Lafayette's 
waist; two soldiers running from either side toward the horse. Oval. 

Aquatint. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; length 5 8-16 inches. 



148 
2174- THE SAME. Proof before all letters. Very, rare in this state. . . - 

2175. CARICATURE. Le Le*gislateur la Resource. Perisse cent fois la 
France plutot que je marche en retrogradant comme une Ecrevisse. 
Lafayette represented as a sand flea rolling a globe ornamented with 
fleur de Us towards the ocean to the left, upon which are two ships; 
to the right a soldier of the French Republic. Oval. Aquatint. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; length 5 6-16 inches. 
Rare. . 

2176.' CARICATURE. Le Ministre Grave Directeur du Spectacle. In 
which' Lafayette is represented standing on' the top rung of a ladder 
balancing a pole on his nose; Rochambeau is sitting on the supports 
'of a tightrope playing the castagnettes ; Luckner is performing a 
dance on a tightrope and Minister Grave is represented with a cham- 
pagne bottle for a head; the Due d'Orleans, Brissot, Vilette, Camus, 
. etc:, form the orchestra; a view of buildings in the background. 

Aquatint. 

Height 6 13-16 inches;, length 9 12-16 inches. 
Extremely rare. See Plate. , ... \ .... 

2177. CARICATURE. Us viennent se bruler a la Chandelle. Representing 
Napoleon standing on a hill, holding a flambeau, with a scroll in the 
left hand 'upon which is inscribed " Discour' aux deux chambies In- 
dependence," etc.; strewn on the hill around his feet are many skulls 
and bones, whilst around him, each with wings of a bat, are heads of 
Lafayette, Regnault, Merlin de Douay, Dumolar, Queen Hortense, 
etc. ; at the foot of the hill a river and a bridge partly destroyed. 

Colored etching. 

Height ii inches; width 9 15-16 inches. 

Deposes a la Direction GeneYale. Very rare. 

2178. CARICATURE. Das.Unersattliche Thier der National Versamlung. 
A- curious caricature on the French Revolution, representing a' monster 
with three -heads, one being that of a dragon, the others Voltaire, etc. ; 
the body is composed of hoops, filled with church vestments, church 

bells,' etc.; the feet trampling on the scales of Justice and a crown; 
to the left a military encampment and to the right soldiers dancing 
around a funeral pyre; the inscription in- 16 lines of German text. 

Etching. 

Height 7 4-16 inches; width n 15-16 inches. 
Rare. 

2179. CARICATURE. .Lafayette represented with two faces standing with 
his foot oh a scroll inscribed " Patriotisme, Liberte, Vertu'.'; the face 
to the left' is 'inscribed "Lhomme De la C our 1791"; that to the 
right, "Lhomme Dupeuple 1789"; in his right hand is held a bag 



149 

full of coin, from which float two ribbons inscribed "Liste Civile" 
and "Opinions sur les Hommes de Couleurs"; underneath the follow- 
ing: 

" Tantot Froid, tantot chaud, Tantot Blanc, tantot noir, 
A Droite maintenant, mais autrefois a Gauche, 
Je vous disois bon jour, et je vous dis ben soir." 

Aquatint. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 4 inches. 
Rare. 



2180. CARICATURE. Cupidon, Tambour Major National. Representing 
a monument surrounded with civilians and soldiers; on the base of 
the monument to the left is Lafayette; in the centre on a pedestal 
mounted with guns, swords, liberty cap and pole, is the figure of an 
angel holding the liberty pole and in the act of crowning Lafayette; 
to the right is a cupid with a drum and a soldier with the right arm 
extended holding a sword; over the liberty cap is a sun with diverging 
rays, underneath which is a scroll upon which is inscribed "Vive la 
Nation La Loi et La Roi." Etching. 

Height 6 4-16 inches; length 7 12-16 inches. 

On either side and underneath the print on the margin is text in 
French, entitled "Marche Nationale." 

2181. CARICATURE. D'Animaux Malfaisants C'etoit un tres bon plat. 
Lafayette represented with the body of a horse, standing to the left, 
with two other French characters to the right, with bodies of a monkey 
and a cock; faggots burning in the foreground. Circular. Aquatint. 

Diameter 3 inches. 
Rare. 

2182. CARICATURE. "Si j'ai dchappe 1'un, au moms attrapperai je 
Pautre" "Le baton de Marechal qui tombe du Ciel au General." 
Representing Lafayette chasing after a baton which is in the air above 
him, a fortress in the left distance; portion of a building with hanging 
lamp to the right. Circular. Aquatint. 

Diameter 2 14-16 inches. 
Rare. 

2183. CARICATURE. "Depart du General parisien pour la fameuse nuit 
du 5 au 6 Octobre." "Mes amis menez moi je vous prie couchez a 
Versailles." Lafayette represented with a horse's body saddled, being 
led to the left by a man carrying a spear and an axe; on a building in 
background is inscribed "PHotel de Ville." Circular. Aquatint. 

Diameter 3 indies. 
Rare. 



^184. CARICATURE. "Le Sans Tort le chagrin monte en croupe et 
Galoppe avec Lui." Lafayette represented with the body of a galloping 
horse, grasping for a key, a chapeau in the left hand and a court fool 
on his back; in the middle background are three spears upon which 
are human heads, beneath which is a circular placard inscribed " Dor- 
me'z Tranquile se repons de Tout 5 et 6 8 b . re 1789," etc. Circular. 

Aquatint. 

Diameter 2 15-16 inches. 

2185. CARICATURE. CONSTITUTION DE LA FRANCE. M. le Due d'- 
Orleans, et M. le Marquis de la Fayette, soutiennent M. Necker qui 
foule aux pieces les Instrumens de 1'Esclavage et qui d'une main 
soutient la couronne de France, et de 1'autre porte en triomphe le 
Bonnet de la Liberte. Aquatint. 

Height 7 1-16 inches; width 5 14-16 inches. 

a Paris chez Bourgeois Hotel Soison No 17. 

Excessively rare. See Plate. 

2186. CARICATURE. La constitution Francaise. Fondee sur la liberte 
naturelle et les Droits imprescriptible de 1'homme. Count Necker 
seated on a stool holding a crown and liberty cap in each hand, being 
carried in triumph on the shoulders of the Due d' Orleans, General 
Lafayette, and several others; a view of the Bastille in the left distance. 

Colored etching. 

Height 6 13-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

2187. CARICATURE. Constitution de la France. Fully described in 
print, "Lot 2185; engraved on the reverse. Colored etching. 

Height 9 2-16 inches; width 7 inches. 
Excessively rare. 

2188. CARICATURE. Le chute du Ministre Linotte. Aquatint in brown. 

Height 3 11-16 inches; length 5 12-16 inches. 
Of this caricature, the least said the better. 



2189. CARICATURE. Resultat du pacte federatif ou jour memorable du 
14 Juillet 1790. La Statue eleve" sur un obelisque au milieu des Ruine 
de la Bastille Represente Louis XVI. proclame Premier Roy des 
Francais et Pere d'un peuple libre, la Renomee presantant d'une 
main la palme aux Gardes Nationales qui vont preter Serment de 
fraternitd et de 1'autre posant une Couronne de laurier sur la tte de 
MX de la Fayette, qui ^claire* par la prudance et fort de sa valeur 
acheve terrasser 1'aristocratie. Aquatint in brown. 

Height 6,2-16 inches; length 8 15-16 inches. 

Penet Invenit. a Paris chez Penet M? Destamps quai de la feraille 

N. 26. 

Extremely rare. 




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2190. CARICATURE. The Frogs who wanted a King. Lafayette 
represented with his head on a crane's body, to the left of a pool of 
water, in which numerous frogs are basking; to the right a pole upon 
which is a man's head holding a flag on a stick in his mouth, upon 
which is inscribed " Martial Law," and around which bats and vultures 
are flying; on the ground are cocks fighting and other fowl; in the 
left distance, a net supported by several poles. Aquatint. 

Height 6 1-16 inches; width 9 3-16 inches. 

Published according to Act of Parlirmen July 14, 1789. 

Excessively rare. 

2191. CARICATURE. Le Roi Soliveau, ou les Grenouilles qui demandent 
un Roi. Voyez la Fable iv. de la Fontaine. Fully described in the 
preceding print. Oval. Aquatint in brown. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 5 5-16 inches. 

"Se Vend au Royaume des Grenouillea." Very rare. 

2192. CARICATURE. Lepardon du due Dorleans a monsieur La fayette. 
Lafayette in uniform entering a door to the left, the Due d'Orleans 
advancing from the right, pointing a pistol at Lafayette's head; a 
bust upon a pedestal in the background, over which, on a bracket, is 
a bust with two faces. Colored aquatint. 

Height 3 14-16 inches; width 2 14-16 inches. 

2193. CARICATURE. The Royal Hunt. A stag chased by a pack of 
hounds and huntsmen, each hound having the head of a prominent 
French revolutionist, the stag having a crown, with a collar around its 
neck on which are the words "Cesar Dedit"; Lafayette is repre- 
sented as one of the hounds; on a scroll issuing from his mouth is 
inscribed " Ce nest pas un jeu d'en fant cest un jeu de chien." 

Etching. 

Height 3 7-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

Wibre. Sep. fecit. London 1790. Rare. 

2194. CARICATURE. La Cause des Rois. "Prophetic des Honnetes 

Gens." Victory treading on the rebels, a sword in one hand and a 
wreath in the other, which she is about placing on a monument upon 
which are six medallions upon which is inscribed " Conde Bourbon 
Monsieur Dartois, L'Empereur, Le Roi de Prusse," etc.; under the 
monument the writhing forms of Lafayette, Rochambeau, and Luckner; 
in the extreme left a group of people receiving coin from a cornucopia 
held by the Goddess of Plenty in the clouds; view of the sun, a castle, 
and shipping in the distance. Aquatint. 

Height 6 13-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches. 
Excessively rare. 



2195. CARICATURE. Garre aux Faux Pas. The Mayor of Paris dancing 
on a tightrope; Lafayette to the left, playing the drum, with the per- 
forming marionettes at his feet; to the right an orchestra, the per- 
formers being M e Sillery, Due d'Orleans, Villette, Narbonne, 
Dandon, Picot, etc. Aquatint. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; length 10 inches. 
Very rare. 

2196. CARICATURE. Honorables en Platre. Six caricature bust portraits 
of Lafayette and other notable French characters. Lithograph. 

Height 4 6-16 inches; length 12 2-16 inches. 

Se Vend chez Martinet, rue du coq S l . Honore. L. de Benard, rue 
de PAbbaye N? 4. "Caricature du Figare N? 12." 

2197. CARICATURE. Air de Malborough, contre Les Emigrant. 

I'Giniral vat en Guerre Avec Royal Bombon 

Mironton Ion ton mironlaine Et le Royal Pituite 

VGeniral vat en Guerre Mironton ton ton mirontaine 

Avec Royal Bombon. Et le Royal pituite. 

Lafayette in uniform, advancing to the left, dancing to music performed 
by two diminutive soldiers, etc. Aquatint. 

Height 3 inches; length 5 5-16 inches. 

2198. CARICATURE. La Nation Francaise assisted de M^ De la Fayette 
terrasse le Despotisme et les Abus du Regne Feodal qui terrassaient le 
Peuple. Colored etching. 

Height 10 8-16 inches; width 7 4-16 inches. 

2299. CARICATURE. Dieu de Dieu! General, il faut avouer que vous 
nous avez fait la un fichu cadeau vrai!! A grotesque portrait of 
Lafayette, full length, being addressed by one of the common people. 
Vignette. Lithograph. 

Height 8 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Lith de Becquet. rue Childebert N? 9 on Sabonne chez Aubert. 
galerie vero dodat. 

2200. CARICATURE. La France Soutenue par M r ? Bailly et De la 
Fayette sort glorieuse du Tombeau creuse* par le Despotisme Minis- 
teriel. Colored etching. 

Height 7 13-16 inches; width 10 11-16 inches. 
Very rare. 

2201. CARICATURE. La Demission motive'e Du 17 Avril 1792. Lafayette 
in uniform seated on the corner of a platform, a scroll issuing from 
his mouth, upon which are the words "1'Apelle nominale"; on the 
other three corners are seated Bouille", Malseigne, and Denou, with 
Gouvion behind a rostrum in the centre. Aquatint in brown. 

Height 4 2-16 inches; width 6 2-16 inches. 



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2202. CARICATURE. Le General Bender, faisant danser le General 
Gouine, et le Ministre Gravite. General Bender seated beneath a 
tree, with two diminutive representatives of French soldiers with 
dogs' bodies, before him; on the right-hand side of a stream in front 
of him are Luckner and Rochambeau playing on fifes, and Lafayette 
with his hand to his ear, disgusted at the noise they are making. View 
of the Bastille in the extreme left. Oval. Aquatint. 

Height 3 8-16 inches; width 5 8-16 inches. 

2203. CARICATURE. Le General la Fayette soutenu sur les batons des 
Marechaux Lukner et Rochambeau prend la Lune avec les dents. 
Lafayette standing on the batons of Marshals Luckner and Rocham- 
beau, supported in mid air, with a sword in his right hand reaching 
toward the moon; in the left distance a building inscribed "Empire 
Germanique." Aquatint. 

Height 6 12-16 inches; width 5 inches. 

Publice a Fayence, le 22 Janv. 1792. Very rare. 

2204. CARICATURE. A series of six circular medallions on a folio sheet 
containing caricatures on the French Revolution; one having a full- 
length portrait of Lafayette in uniform, standing aside of a cannon, 
the right arm extended holding a sword, pointing toward a tent to 
the left. Aquatint. 

Diameter 2 inches. 

The other caricatures are entitled "Calculateur Patriote,'.' "Prise de M. de Launai," "Vive la 
Liberte," "M. Bailli," and "Us ne m'ont laisse" que deux chicots." 

2205. CARICATURE. Mieux vaut tard que jamais! A triangle resting 
on a plough and a cannon with a Bishop's hat and crook, and crucifix 
mounted on the upper corner; in the centre of the triangle a full- 
length portrait of Lafayette in uniform and chapeau, grasping the 
hand of a civilian being presented by a clergyman, who has a hold of 
Lafayette's other hand; over the group is a globe ornamented with 
the fleur de lis, underneath which is a scroll inscribed " Liberte", Pro- 
priete, Constitution"; on the lower border of the triangle the words 
" Omnes Gives." Aquatint. 

Height 7 14-16 inches; width 6 10-16 inches. 

2206. MEMORABLE DESIGN. Sur les Ddcombres du Despotisme Trans- 
parent execute" le 18 Juillet L'an deuxieme de la Libertd a 1'Occasion 
du Bal donne sur les Ruines de la Bastille, aux Freres federes des 83 
De*partemens. A series of 86 shields with the names of the 83 De- 
partments of France, etc., forming a border to an inscription en- 
titled "Dieu. Hommage a L' Assembled Nationale"; on the lower 
border are three circular medallions with portraits of Lafayette, Louis 
XVI, etc. Aquatint. 

Height 12 inches; width 8 3-16 inches. 
Very rare. 



2207. MEMORABLE DESIGN. M? De la Fayette commandant de la 
Garde Nationale Parisienne, recoit des mains de la Ville 1'Epde de 
la deffense de la liberte. Lafayette full length in uniform, left hand 
resting on the hip holding a chapeau, standing to the right of a shield 
with the right hand extended in the act of receiving a sword from a 
female standing to the left. Colored etching. 

Height 9 14-16 inches; width 7 3-16 inches. 

2208. MEMORABLE DESIGN. Present^ a M* le Marquis de la Fayette. 
M*. le Marquis de la Fayette recoit des mains de la Prudence la Cou- 
ronne de l'immortalit du a son genie et a sa prevoyance 1' Aristocratic 
terrassde faisant des derniers efforts pour renverser 1'Autel de la libertd 
la Verite decouvre les projets odieux tramps centre la Nation et montre 
le soutien de la libert francaise sur 1'Autel on voit le complot horrible 
des deserteurs aux Champs Elisees. The bust of Lafayette in uniform 
in profile to right on a pedestal aside of a reclining lion, being crowned 
by the figure of Liberty in the clouds to the left; various other alle- 
gorical figures to the right and in the foreground. Colored etching. 

Height 8 3-16 inches; width 6 14-16 inches. 
Very rare. 



2209. MEMORABLE DESIGN. Gene*reaux Devouement de la Garde 
Nationale. Gravons sur les debris de ces Tours formidables Le recit 
du Combat les exploits des Vainqueurs. Les Loix de notre empire et 
les noms respectables. De nos premiers Le*gislateurs. A circular 
medallion with a border in a rectangle, in which is a representation of 
Lafayette kneeling, offering his sword before the statue of Liberty; 
in the border the inscription " Au nom de la Liberte tout Citoyen est 
Soldat et tout Soldat est Citoyen"; over the medallion a representation 
of the Bastille with the motto "La Nation, le Roi, la Loi," in the 
centre of diverging rays; on either side of the medallion, which rests 
on a base, are pyramidal monuments, underneath which are groups 
of war implements; on the base a sphynx and a lion; on a tablet on 
the base is the title. Line. 

Height 10 4-16 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

Gulfy Direx* Sa Vend a Paris chez Guljy. Quay des Grands 
Augustins, N. 46. 

Extremely rare. 

2210. MEMORABLE DESIGN. Genereaux DeVouement des Gardes 
Nationales Parisiennes, au service de la patrie. Circular medallion 
(the same as in the preceding print) in a rectangle resting on a base, 
with oak and laurel wreath extending down either side, at the top of 

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which is a crown amidst diverging rays, representing the Bastille; on 
the base, on which is a tablet with the title, is a group of flags and 
war implements. Line. 

Height 10 10-16 inches; width 7 11-16 inches. 

"Pre'sente" et Grave" par J. B. Louvion. ne* citoyen. a Paris, chez 
d'Auteur, Rue S*. Severin. N. 26. 

221 1. MEMORABLE DESIGN. En Memoire des secours donnes aux 
Malheureux, par les F. F. Macons, pendant le Rigoureux Hyver de 
1'annde 5789. Le bien qu'on a fait la Veille, Fait le bonheur du 
tendemain. Circular medallion with a border in a rectangle resting 
on a base, in which is a representation of Lafayette presenting alms 
to the poor; in the border is inscribed " Citoyens de Punivers la Bienfais 
ance les Unit tous d'un Pole a lautre"; over the medallion a triangle 
in a sun amidst diverging rays; on either side of medallion pyramidal 
monuments upon which are engraved various masonic emblems; the 
title on a tablet on the base Line. 

Height 10 6- 1 6 inches; width 7 9-16 inches. 

De*ssine"e par le F. Derais. Compose'e et Gravee par le F. Louvoin. 

Excessively rare. A Masonic memorial. The Centre Printed in Red. 



SCENES IN THE LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. 

2212. LAFAYETTE. Full length in uniform, being placed in irons at the 
prison at Olmiitz, surrounded with military; two blacksmiths, one 
placing the irons on his wrists, the other upon his ankles. Stipple. 

Height 16 5-16 inches; width 13 5-16 inches. 
Proof. Excessively rare. 

2213. GENERAL LA FAYETTE IN PRISON. ATTENDED BY THE 
MARCHIONESS AND HIS AMIABLE DAUGHTERS. Full length, reclining 
on a bed of straw, in a dungeon at Olmiitz, surrounded by his wife and 
two daughters, the former handing him a glass of water; the jailor 
standing at the door of the dungeon. Stipple. 

Height 15 4-16 inches; length 21 inches. 

Painted by T. Stothard. Engraved by R. Pollard. With 12 lines 
of descriptive text in the margin. 



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2214. LE G A . L LAFAYETTE posant. le 17 Juin 1825. la premiere pierre 
du monument que la reconnaissance publique fait clever a Boston, en 
1'honneur du Doct 1 . Waren, et des autres Guerriers Citoyens morts 
au Combat de Bunker'shill. le 17 Juin 1775. Lithograph. 

Height 3 12-16 inches; width 6 4-16 inches. 

M^ e d'Hervilly a Paris Lith de Langlum^ 

An excessively rare lithograph. 

221$. SIEGE D'YORK-TOWN. LE G A . L ROCHAMBEAU ET WASHINGTON 

DONNENT LES DERNIERS ORDRES POUR L'ATTAQUE. Line. 

Height 9 5-16 inches; width 10 15-16 inches. 

Peint par Couder Grave' par J. M. Fontaine. Dessine par Sandoz 
et Girardet. Diagraphe et Pantographe-Girardet. 

2216. EMIGRATION DE LA FAYETTE DU CAMP DEVANT. 
SEDAN LE 19 AOUST 1792. Line. 

Height 7 6-16 inches; length 9 9-16 inches. 

Swebach Desfontaine inv. & del. Berthault. Sculp. 

2217. THE SAME. Proof before all letters. 

2218. M? LA FAYETTE FAIT DE"SARMER AUX CHAMPS ELISES DEUX 
CENT SOLD ATS, LE 12 JANVIER 1790. Line. 

Height 7 9-16 inches; width 9 14-16 inches. 

Prieur inv. & del. Berthault Sculp. 

2219. LAFAYETTE, LIEUTENANT GENERAL, IL S'ELANCA LE PREMIER 

DANS UNE REDOUTE H^RISS^E DE CANONS, ET L'ENLEVA A LA BAYON- 

NETTE. Full length in uniform, on horseback advancing to the right, 
in the midst of a battle. Line. 

Height 3 15-16 inches; width 5 13-16. inches. 

Chasselat del. Ad. Godefrey direxit. "Pastes de la Gloire." 

2220. LAFAYETTE OFFRANT LA COCARDE TRICOLORS A LA 
MUNICIPALITY DE PARIS 31 AOUT 1789. Vignette. 

Stipple. 

Height 5 inches; width 7 8-16 inches. 

F. de Lemud del. A Varin sculp. India proof. 

2221. SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. "Evenement 
du 24 Mai 1790" "5? Ev&iement du 5 Octobre 1789." Aquatint. 

Height 5 inches; width 3 8-16 inches. 

2 pieces. 



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2222. Lafayette Sauvant les Gardes du Corps a Versailles; 

Lafayette dans les Prisons d'Olmiitz; Lafayette a la Barre de 1'As- 
semblee ; Lafayette, au champ de Mars, Ordonne de tirer sur le Peuple, 
and La Federation. All after Ary Scheffer. Engraved by Lefevre, 
Pollet: Pourvoyeur, and Langlois. 5 pieces. 

Octavo in size. 

2223. SCENES IN THE LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. Epoque du 12 
Janvier 1790 a 2 heures apres dine. Vue de la Place d'Arme de 
Versailles le 6 Octobre matin 1789, and Epoque du Vendredi 19 Fevrier 
1790. Etchings. 3 pieces. 

2224. SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. Small Litho- 
graph. 6 pieces. 

2225. SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF LAFAYETTE. Small en- 
gravings. 6 pieces. 



2226. GENERAL LAFAYETTE'S MONUMENT IN THE CEME- 
TERY OF PICPUS (PARIS). Dedicated to his friends the Amer- 
icans. Lithograph. 

Height ii 14-16 inches; Length 16 10-16 inches. 

Dessine" d'apres et lith par Champin. Published by V er Morlot, 
Paris. 2. rue de Louvois, New-York 167 Broad-Way. Imp. par 
Benard, rue VAbbaye. 4. 



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