SOLD! for $256.00.
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Two (2) Presidential related ephemera items, Abraham Lincoln Assassination print and photograph of George Washington's home. 1st item: Scarce lithograph titled: "Assassination of President Lincoln. At Ford's Theatre Washington D.C. April 14th, 1865". Drawn and lithographed by Joseph E. Baker (1835-1914), printed signature lower left image. Circa 1865-1870. Sheet – 13" H x 17 1/2" W. Note: a similar lithograph is in the collection of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. 2nd item: Souvenir Albumen print of Home of Washington, Mount Vernon, VA, showing tourists on the front lawn. Photographed by Luke C. Dillon, Washington, D. C., Office, 935 Penn. Avenue, Pullman's Gallery. (Note: Dillon became the official photographer of Mount Vernon in 1883; he was reprimanded for soliciting tourists to have their photographs, which he would later sell on the side). Housed under glass in a reeded wood frame with gilt rabbet edge. Image – 7" H x 9 3/8" W. Framed – 15 5/8" H x 17 3/4" W. Circa 1895. Provenance: the estate of Stanley Horn, Nashville, Tennessee, by descent in his family to current consignor. CONDITION: 1st item (lithograph): Foxing and staining throughout. Losses to edges, the largest measuring 3/4" H x 3" W to lower left corner and 1" H x 1" W to upper right corner. 1" x 1/2" debris/staining to lower right quadrant. 2nd item: Good condition with toning. Frame has scratches and scuffs. Loss to gold paint.