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    Sale 2486 | Lot 159
    Price Realized: $813With Buyer's Premium
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    • Sale 2486 Lot 159

      (REALIA.) Group of 16 Lincoln-related medallions. Various sizes and conditions. Vp, 1894-2008 and undated

      Estimate $500 - 750

      May Peinlich. "Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865." Metal penny relief profile, 10 1/2 inches round. Np, circa 1915 * Relief bust of Lincoln in badge shape, painted green, 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches * Relief head of Lincoln, 5 x 4 inches * Set of 7 medallions commemorating the Lincoln-Douglas debates sesquicentennial in wooden case with certificates, 2008 * Copper relief bust (penny profile), 7 x 5 inches, on felt backing in oval frame * Hinton after Volk. Lincoln Essay Medal, 3 inches round, circa 1924 * [United States Mint.] Copper coin of Lincoln, 3 inches round, reading on verso: "Inaugurated President of the United States March 4, 1861 / Second Term March 4, 1865 / Assassinated April 14, 1865." Probable restrike of 1886 original with "Morgan" at base of portrait. [Philadelphia, circa 1917] * Horstmann after Leich. Lincoln funeral belt buckle from "Official design approved by Mrs. A. Lincoln," [circa 1960s] * Copper plaque, 3 3/4 x 2 1/2 inches, with Lincoln in profile, unsigned and undated (initials reading "PA") * and one Confederate memorial medal: Mercereau & Ralyea. Gen. R.E. Lee, Pride of the South. 2 1/2 inches round. Np, 1894.


      Price Realized (with Buyer's Premium) $813