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1860 Abe Lincoln Presidential Campaign Cartoon
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1860 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign Political Cartoon by Currier & Ives "The Great Exhibition of 1860."
1860-Dated Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign, Currier & Ives Political Cartoon, "The Great Exhibition of 1860." Depicts: Lincoln, Greeley, Seward, Raymond and Bennett, Very Fine.
The United States Presidential Election of 1860 was the 19th presidential election. The election was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1860, and served as the immediate impetus for the outbreak of the American Civil War. This original Lithographic Print measuring 16.25" x 11.25" is titled, "The Great Exhibition of 1860." (Inspired by P. T. Barnum's American Museum), Currier & Ives published this highly stylized Political Cartoon depicting Politicians and Newspaper Editors as Circus "sideshow" exhibits. Greeley plays his "New York Tribune" organ while Republican candidate Lincoln rides the "Republican Platform" Split Rail, and has a lock on his mouth. Editors Henry Raymond and James Gordon Bennett, Sr. beg for alms to maintain the Abolition issue. Seward, carrying a Black child, claims the child and his "Irrepressible Conflict" are the true head of the party. This print is very even in deep tone and has a couple of fine outer border edge sealed splits, one repaired with a piece of tape on the blank reverse. A historic Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign, Currier & Ives Political Cartoon Political Print that will display well.

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1860 Abe Lincoln Presidential Campaign Cartoon

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Jul 16, 2022
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0239: 1860 Abe Lincoln Presidential Campaign Cartoon

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Abraham Lincoln Related
1860 Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign Political Cartoon by Currier & Ives "The Great Exhibition of 1860."
1860-Dated Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign, Currier & Ives Political Cartoon, "The Great Exhibition of 1860." Depicts: Lincoln, Greeley, Seward, Raymond and Bennett, Very Fine.
The United States Presidential Election of 1860 was the 19th presidential election. The election was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1860, and served as the immediate impetus for the outbreak of the American Civil War. This original Lithographic Print measuring 16.25" x 11.25" is titled, "The Great Exhibition of 1860." (Inspired by P. T. Barnum's American Museum), Currier & Ives published this highly stylized Political Cartoon depicting Politicians and Newspaper Editors as Circus "sideshow" exhibits. Greeley plays his "New York Tribune" organ while Republican candidate Lincoln rides the "Republican Platform" Split Rail, and has a lock on his mouth. Editors Henry Raymond and James Gordon Bennett, Sr. beg for alms to maintain the Abolition issue. Seward, carrying a Black child, claims the child and his "Irrepressible Conflict" are the true head of the party. This print is very even in deep tone and has a couple of fine outer border edge sealed splits, one repaired with a piece of tape on the blank reverse. A historic Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign, Currier & Ives Political Cartoon Political Print that will display well.

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