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Price Realized: $594 With Buyer's Premium Show Hammer Price
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Sale 2486 Lot 24
(BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.) Group of 30 pamphlets on Lincoln and related topics. Various sizes and conditions. Vp, 1859-1970
Estimate $600 - 900
Highlights include: Campbell. Recollections of the Evacuation of Richmond. Baltimore, 1880 * Coggeshall. The Journeys of Abraham Lincoln: From Springfield to Washington, 1861, as President Elect; and from Washington to Springfield, 1865, as President Martyred. Columbus, OH, 1865 * Stephen Douglas. Popular Sovereignty in the Territories: The Dividing Line between Federal and Local Authority (a speech rebutted by Lincoln at Cooper Union). New York, 1859 * Lincoln. President Lincoln's Views / The Truth from an Honest Man (wrapper defective). Philadelphia, 1863 * Lincoln. Message of the President . . . Concerning Recent Conversations or Communications with Insurgents (framed). Washington, 10 February 1865 * Lincoln. Message of the President . . . relating to the Naval Force to be Maintained upon the American Lakes (framed). Washington, 12 January 1865 * Porter & Paulding. State Sovereignty and the Doctrine of Coercion. Charleston, SC, circa 1860 * Republican Imperialism is not American Liberty. Np, circa 1864 * Seward. State of the Country: Speech . . . in the United States Senate (delivered 2 days after Lincoln's Cooper Union speech). Np, 1860 * Printed memorial circular issued by the village of Yonkers, NY, 18 April 1865 * General Regulations for the Purchase of Products of the Insurrectionary States on Government Account, including an executive order signed in type by Lincoln, 1864 * Pinkerton. History and Evidence of the Passage of Abraham Lincoln from Harrisburg, Pa., to Washington, D.C. Np, undated. Complete list upon request.Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $594