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              • 1841 William Henry Harrison Campaign Token
                Jun. 09, 2024

                1841 William Henry Harrison Campaign Token

                Est: $25 - $50

                Decent example.

                Davis Brothers Auction
              • William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," "Grand Lake," and "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca"
                Apr. 16, 2024

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," "Grand Lake," and "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca"

                Est: $200 - $300

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W "Grand Lake," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W

                John Moran Auctioneers
              • WATERCOLOR ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HENRY HA
                Apr. 15, 2024

                WATERCOLOR ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HENRY HA

                Est: -

                WATERCOLOR ON PAPER ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HENRY HARFORD (1840-1917) PREPARING THE NETS

                O'Gallerie
              • William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator
                Mar. 14, 2024

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator

                Est: $25 - $35

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator. Approx. 5-1/4 x 3-1/2 in. plus margins. Plate signed WB.VG

                East Coast Books
              • WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Toltec Gorge and Tunnel (San Juan Mountains, Denver and Rio Grande Railway).
                Feb. 15, 2024

                WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Toltec Gorge and Tunnel (San Juan Mountains, Denver and Rio Grande Railway).

                Est: $5,000 - $7,500

                WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Toltec Gorge and Tunnel (San Juan Mountains, Denver and Rio Grande Railway). Mammoth albumen print, the image measuring 20⅜x16 inches (51.7x40.6 cm.), flush mounted, with Jackson's credit, title, and inventory number 1021 in the negative. Circa 1880 Provenance: From the Collection of Dr. James and Debra Pearl

                Swann Auction Galleries
              • William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," "Grand Lake," "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca," Each albumen print on paper, Each image/sheet: 4.25" H...
                Dec. 06, 2023

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942), Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," "Grand Lake," "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca," Each albumen print on paper, Each image/sheet: 4.25" H...

                Est: $400 - $600

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) Three works: "Looking North from the Mouth of the Blue, Middle Park," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W "Grand Lake," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W "San Luis Valley and Lake, Sierra Blanca," circa 1870 Albumen print on paper With the printed title and numbering along the lower sheet edge Each Image/Sheet: 4.25" H x 7" W

                John Moran Auctioneers
              • William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator
                Nov. 02, 2023

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator

                Est: $25 - $35

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator. Approx. 5-1/4 x 3-1/2 in. plus margins. Plate signed WB.VG

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry Buck (1840 - 1888) American/ Norway
                Oct. 10, 2023

                William Henry Buck (1840 - 1888) American/ Norway

                Est: $2,500 - $3,500

                William Buck ( British, 19th Century) Lands End, titled, signed and inscribed on artist's label attached verso, oil on canvas, 49.6 x 75 cm (19 1/2 x 29 1/2 in) 30 x 40 inches with frame. This painting was sold by Bonhams London in their Continental Pictures auction on 10 May 2005.

                Cutler Bay Auctions
              • William Henry Jackson, American (1843-1942), Beaver Creek, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado, albumin sepia toned photographic print, 16 1/2" H x 12" W (photo with margins); 20" H x 16" W (mat)
                Oct. 07, 2023

                William Henry Jackson, American (1843-1942), Beaver Creek, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado, albumin sepia toned photographic print, 16 1/2" H x 12" W (photo with margins); 20" H x 16" W (mat)

                Est: $400 - $600

                William Henry Jackson American, (1843-1942) Beaver Creek, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado albumin sepia toned photographic print Slight foxing on the mounting cardboard (none on the print itself).

                Ripley Auctions
              • WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado (Union Pacific Railway).
                Oct. 05, 2023

                WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado (Union Pacific Railway).

                Est: $5,000 - $7,500

                WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON (1843-1942) Hanging Rock, Clear Creek Canyon, Colorado (Union Pacific Railway). Mammoth-plate albumen print, the image measuring 20 1/2x16 3/4 inches (52.1x42.5 cm.), the mount 28x22 inches (71.1x55.9 cm.), with Jackson's credit, the title, and numeric notation 1171 in the negative. 1870s Provenance: Alan Klotz Gallery, New York Reproduced: Clarence S. Jackson, William Henry Jackson Picture Maker of the Old West (Charles Scribner's Sons), p. 292 (variant)

                Swann Auction Galleries
              • William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator
                Sep. 21, 2023

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator

                Est: $25 - $35

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator. Approx. 5-1/4 x 3-1/2 in. plus margins. Plate signed WB.VG

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator
                Aug. 24, 2023

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator

                Est: $25 - $35

                William Henry Boucher (1842-1906) British etcher-illustrator. Approx. 5-1/4 x 3-1/2 in. plus margins. Plate signed WB.VG

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry Worthington (fl.1790 - 1839)
                Aug. 17, 2022

                William Henry Worthington (fl.1790 - 1839)

                Est: $50 - $100

                William Henry Worthington (fl.1790 - 1839) engraving. Measures 11.5 cm x 16 cm image size. Unframed, mounted and matted. If lot is absent of a condition report one may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as condition can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Our in-house shipping department will gladly pack and ship any item that fits into a 14x14x14 inch or 30x5x24 inch or equivalent or smaller box/folio if it is not fragile or over 25lbs. We will charge for labor to pack and process based on actual time it takes, actual cost of materials used to pack and actual shipper charges that will include insurance and signature required. We generally use USPS and Fed Ex and compare the pricing between the two. Books maximum box size will be 14x14x14 inch or equivalent and will be shipped USPS Media Mail unless otherwise requested. We gladly will give shipping estimates prior to auction. Please make this request at least 24 hours prior to auction for our shipping department to respond. If your invoice is for multiple items, we will use our discretion on requiring the use of an outside shipper. We reserve the right to require an outside shipper on any item(s) in the auction even if not stated.

                Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
              • William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877)
                May. 24, 2022

                William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877)

                Est: £2,000 - £3,000

                William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) William Henry Fox Talbot (1800-1877) STUDY OF A MARBLE BUST, c.1840s, Salt paper print from a calotype negative, image size, 162 x 126mm, mounted onto contemporary paper support, with hand drawn borders, with 'Patent Talbotype or Sun Pictures' Stamp verso **At the time of cataloguing we were unable to find a match for this image in the Bodleian Talbot Catalogue Raisonné

                Chiswick Auctions
              • William Henry (Harry) Hilliard (1836 - 1905) American
                Apr. 14, 2022

                William Henry (Harry) Hilliard (1836 - 1905) American

                Est: $800 - $1,500

                William Henry (Harry) Hilliard ,Oil / Canvas on board ,Signed ,measures 9" x 12" inches

                Cutler Bay Auctions
              • * Pyne (William Henry, 1769-1843). The Lawyer and others
                Mar. 09, 2022

                * Pyne (William Henry, 1769-1843). The Lawyer and others

                Est: £150 - £200

                * Pyne (William Henry, 1769-1843). The Lawyer and others Pyne (William Henry, 1769-1843). The Lawyer, watercolour and pen, depiciting a gentleman in a tailcoat looking down, his hands in his pockets and his shoulders slumped, some small foxing marks, sheet size 9.2 x 5.7cm (3 5/8 x 2 2/8ins), tipped onto blue paper, mounted, framed and glazed (36.2 x 28.5cm) title and artist written on verso in pen, together with: Stanfield (William Clarkson, 1793-1867). Scenes in the Nile Valley, pencil and watercolour heightened with bodycolour, depicting a river scene with a boat sailing on the Nile with buildings in the background, 4.5 x 20.8cm (1 6/8 x 8 1/8ins), mounted, framed and glazed, 19.5 x 35cm: Leitch (William Leighton, 1804-1883). On the Clyde near Glasgow, brown ink, depicting a river scene with fishermen attending to their boats, a wooden pontoon juts into the water and a small group of people are sitting on the bank of the river, ink monogrammed to lower right (Lugt 1743), browned, 10.2 x 15.3cm (4 x 6ins), mounted, framed and glazed (25.6 x 31.6cm), Fry Gallery label to verso, Ackermann (Gerald, 1872-1960). Wells, Sept 28th 1935, pencil, depicting a landscape including Wells Cathedral, some minor foxing along with two minor water marks and an ink spot in the upper margin, title and date written in pencil lower left, 16.5 x 30cm (6 4/8 x 11 7/8ins), mounted (25.4 x 38cm), plus three other unattributed small pen and ink studies of figures and a tree, each tipped onto pastepaper Qty: (7)

                Dominic Winter Auctions
              • WILLIAM HENRY PLUMMER (VA/MA, 1838/9-1935)
                Feb. 26, 2022

                WILLIAM HENRY PLUMMER (VA/MA, 1838/9-1935)

                Est: $700 - $900

                Iced Over Freighter Bearing for Port, watercolor and gouache on paper, signed lower left, in bright gilt cove frame, matted and glazed, OS: 15 1/2" x 23", SS: 9 1/4" x 7 1/4", small spots in sky upper left.

                Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
              • William Henry Hilliard (American, 1836-1905) New England Landscape Oil on canvas
                Dec. 09, 2021

                William Henry Hilliard (American, 1836-1905) New England Landscape Oil on canvas

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                William Henry Hilliard (American, 1836-1905) New England Landscape Oil on canvas 18 x 30 inches (45.7 x 76.2 cm) Signed lower right: W.H.Hilliard PROVENANCE: The Flanner & Buchanan Corporate Collection, Indianapolis, Indiana; Heritage Auctions, Dallas, May 17, 2011, lot 64445; Private collection, Whitesburg, Kentucky. HID01801242017

                Heritage Auctions
              • William Henry Jackson (1843-1942)
                Dec. 01, 2021

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942)

                Est: £250 - £350

                William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) VETA PASS, ACROSS THE CONTINENT (from Scenes Along the New Trunk Line of the Denver and Rio Grande Railway, in Colorado and Utah), c.1881, Mammoth plate contact print, image size, 425 x 540mm, signed in the negative recto and pasted onto an album leave, sheet size, 690 x 540mm

                Chiswick Auctions
              • General William Henry Harrison, 1841 Printed Fire Department Mourning Ribbon on Silk.
                Nov. 23, 2021

                General William Henry Harrison, 1841 Printed Fire Department Mourning Ribbon on Silk.

                Est: $200 - $350

                New York, 1841. 3 x 7.75 inch off-white ribbon on a silk with black print, featuring an eagle with "Our Nation Mourns a Hero Gone" ribbon at top, with a portrait of Harrison underneath with flags, scythe, and an hourglass. Text underneath reads "Gen. William Henry Harrison. Born at Berkley, Virginia, Feb. 9th, 1773. Inaugurated President of the United States, March 4th, 1841. Died April 4th, 1841 Aged 68 Years, 1 Mo., 15 Days. The melancholy occasion, solemnized at New York. April 10th, 1841," with "Fire Department" underneath and an illustration of an early fire pumper truck at bottom. The back features a biography, highlighting the important deeds and details of Harrison's life. William Henry Harrison (February 9, 1773 - April 4, 1841) was an American military officer and politician who served as the ninth president of the United States for 31 days in 1841, becoming the first president to die in office and the shortest-serving U.S. president in history. His death sparked a brief constitutional crisis regarding succession to the presidency, as at the time the U.S. Constitution did not make it entirely clear what should be done in the event of a president's death. VF to XF condition.

                Archives International Auctions, LLC
              • HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY. 1841-1922. COVARRUBIAS, MIGUEL, illustrator. Green Mansions. New York: Heritage Club, [1936].
                Oct. 15, 2021

                HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY. 1841-1922. COVARRUBIAS, MIGUEL, illustrator. Green Mansions. New York: Heritage Club, [1936].

                Est: $400 - $600

                HUDSON, WILLIAM HENRY. 1841-1922. COVARRUBIAS, MIGUEL, illustrator. Green Mansions. New York: Heritage Club, [1936]. 8vo (235 x 160mm). 8 color plates illustrated by Covarrubias, extra illustrated by Hank Laventhol. Modern tan morocco pictorially stamped in gilt and inlays of red and black morocco, spine gilt with 4 raised bands, green morocco lettering pieces, gilt dentelles, green watered silk endpapers, edges gilt. An ink notation on the title page tells us that this example was extra-illustrated in ink and watercolors by Hank Laventhol in September, 1969, suggesting that the binding was probably also done at that time. Laventhol (1927-2001) was known for his printmaking, but here he has filled the otherwise drab half-title with verdant colors, and illuminated the margins of numerous pages with color and ink drawings. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

                Bonhams
              • WILLIAM HENRY YATES (American. 1845-1934)
                Oct. 09, 2021

                WILLIAM HENRY YATES (American. 1845-1934)

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                Portrait of a Young Boy, 1897. Signed, dated l/l. Oil on Canvas. 40 by 30 in., overall 52 by 39 in. (Cond: some areas of paint thinning, losses to gilt frame) Cf. William H. Yates was born in Schenectady, NY in 1845, where he painted local views, sweeping western panoramas, scenes of New York City and Civil War battle scenes. Yates enlisted in the 124th Infantry known as “The Orange Blossoms” during the Civil War and saw action in about twelve battles. Soon after his return to NY Yates painted the Battle of Gettysburg, which was later bought by the 1881 Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic and presented to the Soldiers' Home in Bath, New York. Two of his best-known works, are the New York Central Railroad, 1883 and the Dam on the Owasco Outlet with the Auburn Woolen Mill Factory complex, 1871, both of which are now housed at the Cayuga Museum and Historical Society. The offered portrait, an unusual subject matter for the artist would appear to be a commission presumably the child of a

                Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches
              • William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching
                Sep. 23, 2021

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching

                Est: $150 - $200

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) American painter, etcher and illustrator, best remembered for his military art, most specifically his scenes from the American Civil War. W. H. Shelton, in fact, served in a New York State regiment during the conflict and thus his etchings and drawings are based upon actual experiences. He participated as an artillery commander in the Battle of the Wilderness, where he was badly wounded and taken prisoner by the Confederates. As well as producing a number of fine etchings, Shelton also contributed many illustrations to leading periodicals such as Harpers during the 1870s and 1880s. He was a full member of the New York Etching Club and served as the Librarian for the influential New York arts association, the Salmagundi Club. During his career, W. H. Shelton exhibited at such institutions as the Brooklyn Art Association, the Boston Art Club, the Pennsylvania Academy and at the Art Institute of Chicago. Offered here is his original c. 1883 etching, Artillery Sergeant, image approx. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 in. plus clean margins. Plate signed. Fine.

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching
                Aug. 05, 2021

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching

                Est: $150 - $200

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) American painter, etcher and illustrator, best remembered for his military art, most specifically his scenes from the American Civil War. W. H. Shelton, in fact, served in a New York State regiment during the conflict and thus his etchings and drawings are based upon actual experiences. He participated as an artillery commander in the Battle of the Wilderness, where he was badly wounded and taken prisoner by the Confederates. As well as producing a number of fine etchings, Shelton also contributed many illustrations to leading periodicals such as Harpers during the 1870s and 1880s. He was a full member of the New York Etching Club and served as the Librarian for the influential New York arts association, the Salmagundi Club. During his career, W. H. Shelton exhibited at such institutions as the Brooklyn Art Association, the Boston Art Club, the Pennsylvania Academy and at the Art Institute of Chicago. Offered here is his original c. 1883 etching, Artillery Sergeant, image approx. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 in. plus clean margins. Plate signed. Fine.

                East Coast Books
              • 1901 Henry William Standing (BRITISH 1843-1931) Print of Horses & Carriage "Going To The Meet" Published by C. E. Clifford FRAMED
                Aug. 02, 2021

                1901 Henry William Standing (BRITISH 1843-1931) Print of Horses & Carriage "Going To The Meet" Published by C. E. Clifford FRAMED

                Est: -

                Entered according to the act of congress in the year 1901. Please ask specific questions on details, condition, and shipping prior to bidding, ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS, and the bidder will be responsible for payment. We box and ship what we can to keep costs low, and use USPS and UPS. Large items, extremely fragile, and high value items will be packed by UPS. Quotes available on request

                One Source Auctions
              • William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching
                Jun. 24, 2021

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching

                Est: $150 - $200

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) American painter, etcher and illustrator, best remembered for his military art, most specifically his scenes from the American Civil War. W. H. Shelton, in fact, served in a New York State regiment during the conflict and thus his etchings and drawings are based upon actual experiences. He participated as an artillery commander in the Battle of the Wilderness, where he was badly wounded and taken prisoner by the Confederates. As well as producing a number of fine etchings, Shelton also contributed many illustrations to leading periodicals such as HarperÍs during the 1870Ís and 1880Ís. He was a full member of the New York Etching Club and served as the Librarian for the influential New York arts association, the Salmagundi Club. During his career, W. H. Shelton exhibited at such institutions as the Brooklyn Art Association, the Boston Art Club, the Pennsylvania Academy and at the Art Institute of Chicago. Offered here is his original c. 1883 etching, Artillery Sergeant, image approx. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 in. plus clean margins. Plate signed. Fine.

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching
                May. 20, 2021

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) Etching

                Est: $150 - $200

                William Henry Shelton (1840-1932) American painter, etcher and illustrator, best remembered for his military art, most specifically his scenes from the American Civil War. W. H. Shelton, in fact, served in a New York State regiment during the conflict and thus his etchings and drawings are based upon actual experiences. He participated as an artillery commander in the Battle of the Wilderness, where he was badly wounded and taken prisoner by the Confederates. As well as producing a number of fine etchings, Shelton also contributed many illustrations to leading periodicals such as Harper’s during the 1870’s and 1880’s. He was a full member of the New York Etching Club and served as the Librarian for the influential New York arts association, the Salmagundi Club. During his career, W. H. Shelton exhibited at such institutions as the Brooklyn Art Association, the Boston Art Club, the Pennsylvania Academy and at the Art Institute of Chicago. Offered here is his original c. 1883 etching, Artillery Sergeant, image approx. 6-1/2 x 4-1/2 in. plus clean margins. Plate signed. Fine.

                East Coast Books
              • William Henry (Harry) Hilliard (American, 1836-1905), Two horses, oil on canvas, 25 x 35in (63.5 x 89cm)
                Jan. 12, 2021

                William Henry (Harry) Hilliard (American, 1836-1905), Two horses, oil on canvas, 25 x 35in (63.5 x 89cm)

                Est: $600 - $800

                William Henry (Harry) Hilliard 1836-1905 Two horses oil on canvas signed lower left HARRY HILLIARD / 1861 25 x 35in (63.5 x 89cm)

                Andrew Jones Auctions
              • General William Henry Harrison 1840 Political Token
                Dec. 13, 2020

                General William Henry Harrison 1840 Political Token

                Est: -

                All items sell AS IS. USPS First Class shipping w/tracking for 1-5 items is $5.00 plus insurance ($2.20 per $100.) We combine larger orders in flat rate priority mail shipping when possible and strive to keep your shipping costs as low as possible. International shipments may require a shipping quote prior to an invoice being sent.

                McCurley Auction Company
              • WILLIAM HENRY PYNE (1769-1843)
                Nov. 12, 2020

                WILLIAM HENRY PYNE (1769-1843)

                Est: £5,000 - £10,000

                WILLIAM HENRY PYNE (1769-1843) THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL RESIDENCES 13 ¼ in. (33.5 cm.) high; 15 in. (38 cm.) wide

                Christie's
              • Rare 1841 President William Henry Harrison Horizontal Mourning Silk Ribbon
                Oct. 31, 2020

                Rare 1841 President William Henry Harrison Horizontal Mourning Silk Ribbon

                Est: $400 - $600

                Political 1841 President William Henry Harrison Mourning Silk Ribbon in a Rare Horizontal Printed Typeset Text Format 1841 President William Henry Harrison "Mourning" Silk Ribbon, Horizontal Printed Typeset Text Format, Choice Extremely Fine. Extremely Rare Horizontal Printed Typeset Text Format, 7" x 1.5", tipped to light fabric stock for display, overall size of 7.25" x 1.75" original "Mourning" Silk Commemorative Ribbon for President William H. Harrison. The Horizontal Text, located between two heavy black lines above and below, reads: "PRESIDENT GEN. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. Born Feb'ry 9, 1773; Died April 4, 1841. We mourn our Nation's loss." First such Silk Ribbon of this major design we have offered.

                Early American History Auctions
              • Unlisted Sept. 11, 1840 William Henry Harrison Presidential Campaign Silk Ribbon
                Oct. 31, 2020

                Unlisted Sept. 11, 1840 William Henry Harrison Presidential Campaign Silk Ribbon

                Est: $450 - $550

                Political Unlisted and Highly Unusual Harrison & Tyler Presidential Campaign Silk Ribbon with Gold Braid and Two Vignettes September 11, 1840-Dated, Unlisted William Henry Harrison Presidential Campaign Silk Ribbon, with Gold Braid and Two Vignettes, Fine. Unlisted in Sullivan/Fischer's reference book, "American Political Ribbons and Ribbon Badges: 1825-1981" but with two different historical vignettes, similar to those found on WHH-51. This Silk Ribbon is printed in black on off-white Silk, titled, "Harrison & Tyler Convention at Brandywine Battle Ground Held September 11, 1840." The top vignette shows an active equestrian General General Harrison, likely at the 1811 Battle of Tippecanoe in Indiana with his upraised sword in hand directing his troops; the lower vignette shows the Harrison greeting a veteran in front of his iconic Log cabin. This Presidential Campaign Silk Ribbon measures 5.75" x 2.75" and it was stitched to a piece of black cloth measuring 6.5" x 3.25" then bejeweled with golden metallic thread braid to create a vivid border and metallic braid fringes decorating the bottom streaming about 1.25" long. A few minor holes are visible at upper left but they touch only above the horse's head. So many aspects of this historic Ribbon make it a standout. Being unlisted and unknown in Sullivan-Fischer makes it even more valuable.

                Early American History Auctions
              • c. 1840 William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Cloth Textile Not in Threads
                Oct. 31, 2020

                c. 1840 William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Cloth Textile Not in Threads

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Political William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Hand-Stitched Silk on Cloth Textile Not Recorded in "Threads of History" c. 1840, William Henry Harrison, Handsome Full Standing Portrait Silhouette on Printed and Hand-Stitched Color Silk on Cloth Framed Display, Choice Extremely Fine. William Henry Harrison was the 9th President of the United States, in office March 4, 1841 - April 4, 1841. This historic Printed Silhouette of an elderly Harrison on cloth measures 9.25" x 6.75" and has been tastefully framed with a mat to an overall size of 13" x 10.25". The backgrounds rich toning contrasts nicely with the black silhouette of Harrison, shown looking out of an open window. In three distinct areas, Hand-stitching with silk thread has been used to embellish the image. The curtains, to Harrison's left, as well as the painting hanging above Harrison, are given texture with the thread. The vase on the mantle of the fireplace features at least five different shades of threading for the floral arrangement. Centered on the fabric in printed text, as well as on a nameplate attached to the frame itself, is "William Henry Harrison." This extremely rare William Henry Harrison Silhouette Silk textile is the first we have offered. Impressive Type Not Recorded in "Threads of History." William Henry Harrison Sr. (February 9, 1773 - April 4, 1841) was the 9th President of the United States (1841), an American military officer, and the last President born as a British subject. He was 68 years, 23 days old at the time of his inauguration. He died of complications from pneumonia 31 days into his term, serving the shortest tenure in United States presidential history. He was the first president to die in office, and his death sparked a brief constitutional crisis. Its resolution left many unsettled questions following the presidential line of succession in regard to the Constitution until the passage of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1967. He was the grandfather of Benjamin Harrison, who served as the 23rd United States President from 1889 to 1893. Before election as president, Harrison served as the first congressional delegate from the Northwest Territory and the first Governor of Indiana Territory. He gained national fame for leading U.S. forces against Native Americans at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811, where he earned the nickname "Tippecanoe" (or "Old Tippecanoe"). As a general officer in the subsequent War of 1812, his most notable action was in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This battle resulted in the death of Tecumseh and the dissolution of the Indian coalition which Tecumseh had led. After the war, Harrison moved to Ohio, where he was elected to the United States House of Representatives. In 1824, the state legislature elected him to the United States Senate. He served a truncated term after being appointed as Minister Plenipotentiary to Gran Colombia in May 1828. In Santa Fe de Bogot, he spoke with president Simn Bolvar, urging Bolvar to guide his nation toward American-style democracy. Returning to his farm in Ohio, Harrison lived in relative retirement until he was nominated for the presidency as one of several Whig Party candidates in the election of 1836. He received more votes than any other Whig, but was defeated by Democrat Martin Van Buren. He retired again to his farm. Van Buren soon became a major target of criticism from the Whigs surrounding economic difficulties following the Panic of 1837. Seeking to run a non-controversial and less ideological war hero who could defeat Van Buren based on popularity, a unified Whig Party nominated Harrison over party founder Henry Clay and fellow general Winfield Scott. John Tyler of Virginia was selected as his running mate. Harrison and Tyler defeated Van Buren in the 1840 election. However, Harrison died of pneumonia in April 1841, a month after taking office. Tyler then assumed all of the powers and duties of the president, setting a major precedent.

                Early American History Auctions
              • Henry William Burgess (c.1792-1839) - Eidodendron. 1827
                Jul. 30, 2020

                Henry William Burgess (c.1792-1839) - Eidodendron. 1827

                Est: £1,000 - £1,500

                Henry William Burgess (c.1792-1839) BURGESS, Henry William (c.1792-1839). Eidodendron, views of the general character & appearance of trees foreign & indigenous connected with picturesque scenery. London: J. Dickinson, 1827[-31]. First edition of a work of tree portraiture. Henry William Burgess had been appointed landscape painter to King William IV of England in 1826, the year before this work appeared. It includes magnificent specimens of individual trees to be found in the grounds of royal and noble estates, including Windsor, Knowle, Woburn Park, Buckland Abbey and elsewhere. Nissen BBI 299; Great Flower Books p. 52Large folio (560 x 415mm). 2 lithographic title/dedications, 2 letterpress dedications, subscriber list, lithographic portrait frontispiece after W.C. Ross and 54 sepia plates after Burgess all on india paper mounted (repaired neat tear in frontis., some spotting, mainly in mounts and intruding into only c. 5 plates). Contemporary green half calf tooled in gilt and blind, speckled edges, by Robert Seton, Edinburgh, Binder to the King, binder’s ticket at front (a few scuff marks discreetly repaired).

                Christie's
              • Lot of (4) 1840 William Henry Harrison Political Medals.
                Jun. 22, 2020

                Lot of (4) 1840 William Henry Harrison Political Medals.

                Est: -

                Included are: DeWitt-WHH 1840-49, brass, plain edge, 24 mm, Extremely Fine, obverse scratch, pierced for suspension; DeWitt-WHH 1840-50, brass, plain edge, 24 mm, About Uncirculated, cleaned, residue, pierced for suspension; DeWitt-WHH 1840-50, var., white metal or nickel, plain edge, 25 mm, About Uncirculated; and DeWitt-WHH 1840-51, HT-814, brass, plain edge, 24.5 mm, Mint State, cleaned, light residue.

                Stack's Bowers Galleries
              • Signed as President William Henry Harrison, 24 March 1841
                Jun. 18, 2020

                Signed as President William Henry Harrison, 24 March 1841

                Est: $40,000 - $60,000

                Signed as President William Henry Harrison, 24 March 1841 HARRISON, William Henry (1773-1841). Partly-printed document signed ("W. H. Harrison") as President, Washington, 24 March 1841. Countersigned by Daniel Webster as Secretary of State. One page, 378 x 298mm, on vellum with Great Seal of the United States affixed to the lower left (a few mounting remnants along left margin). The greatest presidential rarity: a document signed by Harrison during his brief, 32-day term in office. Harrison adds a bold signature to a scallop-top Mediterranean passport issued to the "Brig Mattapoisett" hailing from Mattapoisett, [Massachusetts], 149-ton Brig manned by a crew of 22 and carrying no weapons. Additionally signed by the Collector of Customs for New Bedford, Massachusetts. Harrison took the oath of office on 4 March in a driving rain, but the illness that soon befell him was likely not related to the inclement weather of his inauguration but to the polluted waters of the Potomac from which he took his drinking water. This document, dated only a week and a half before his untimely death on 4 April 1841 is very clean overall, and an excellent example of this rarest of all Presidential signatures.

                Christie's
              • William Henry Harriott (fl.1811-1837)
                Mar. 10, 2020

                William Henry Harriott (fl.1811-1837)

                Est: £300 - £500

                William Henry Harriott (fl.1811-1837) THE PORCH OF ST VINCENT AT ROUEN Signed with a monogram l.l., pen and ink, watercolour and bodycolour 36 x 25.5cm

                Sworders
              • 1841 William Henry Harrison Portrait Memorial Silk Funeral Ribbon Mint New
                Feb. 08, 2020

                1841 William Henry Harrison Portrait Memorial Silk Funeral Ribbon Mint New

                Est: $400 - $600

                Political 1841 William Henry Harrison Memorial Silk Ribbon 1841-Dated, William Henry Harrison Portrait Memorial Silk Funeral Ribbon, with American Flags and Funeral Urn below a Heraldic American Eagle, Choice Crisp Mint New. This superb quality 1841 Memorial Silk Funeral Ribbon reads: "Our Nation Mourns A Hero Gone. Harrison. Gen. William Henry Harrison. Born At Berkley, Virginia, Feb. 9th, 1773. Inaugurated President Of The United States, March 4th, 1841. Died April 4th, 1841. Aged 68 Years, 1 Mo., 15 Days. The Melancholy Occasion, Solemnized At New York, April 10th, 1841." In fresh crisp, overall excellent mint condition. Elected the 9th President of the United States in 1840, Harrison died of pneumonia in April 1841, only a month after taking office! A gorgeous example, worthy of a premium for its quality, that is perfect for display.

                Early American History Auctions
              • c. 1840 William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Cloth Textile Not in Threads
                Feb. 08, 2020

                c. 1840 William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Cloth Textile Not in Threads

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                Political William Henry Harrison Silhouette Printed Cloth Textile Not Recorded in "Threads of History" c. 1840, William Henry Harrison, Handsome Full Standing Portrait Silhouette on Printed and Hand-Stitched Color Silk on Cloth Framed Display, Choice Extremely Fine. William Henry Harrison was the 9th President of the United States, in office March 4, 1841 - April 4, 1841. This historic Printed Silhouette of an elderly Harrison on cloth measures 9.25" x 6.75" and has been tastefully framed with a mat to an overall size of 13" x 10.25". The backgrounds rich toning contrasts nicely with the black silhouette of Harrison, shown looking out of an open window. In three distinct areas, Hand-stitching with silk thread has been used to embellish the image. The curtains, to Harrison's left, as well as the painting hanging above Harrison, are given texture with the thread. The vase on the mantle of the fireplace features at least five different shades of threading for the floral arrangement. Centered on the fabric in printed text, as well as on a nameplate attached to the frame itself, is "William Henry Harrison." This extremely rare William Henry Harrison Silhouette Silk textile is the first we have offered. Impressive Type Not Recorded in "Threads of History." William Henry Harrison Sr. (February 9, 1773 - April 4, 1841) was the 9th President of the United States (1841), an American military officer, and the last President born as a British subject. He was 68 years, 23 days old at the time of his inauguration. He died of complications from pneumonia 31 days into his term, serving the shortest tenure in United States presidential history. He was the first president to die in office, and his death sparked a brief constitutional crisis. Its resolution left many unsettled questions following the presidential line of succession in regard to the Constitution until the passage of the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1967. He was the grandfather of Benjamin Harrison, who served as the 23rd United States President from 1889 to 1893. Before election as president, Harrison served as the first congressional delegate from the Northwest Territory and the first Governor of Indiana Territory. He gained national fame for leading U.S. forces against Native Americans at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811, where he earned the nickname "Tippecanoe" (or "Old Tippecanoe"). As a general officer in the subsequent War of 1812, his most notable action was in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This battle resulted in the death of Tecumseh and the dissolution of the Indian coalition which Tecumseh had led. After the war, Harrison moved to Ohio, where he was elected to the United States House of Representatives. In 1824, the state legislature elected him to the United States Senate. He served a truncated term after being appointed as Minister Plenipotentiary to Gran Colombia in May 1828. In Santa Fe de Bogot, he spoke with president Simn Bolvar, urging Bolvar to guide his nation toward American-style democracy. Returning to his farm in Ohio, Harrison lived in relative retirement until he was nominated for the presidency as one of several Whig Party candidates in the election of 1836. He received more votes than any other Whig, but was defeated by Democrat Martin Van Buren. He retired again to his farm. Van Buren soon became a major target of criticism from the Whigs surrounding economic difficulties following the Panic of 1837. Seeking to run a non-controversial and less ideological war hero who could defeat Van Buren based on popularity, a unified Whig Party nominated Harrison over party founder Henry Clay and fellow general Winfield Scott. John Tyler of Virginia was selected as his running mate. Harrison and Tyler defeated Van Buren in the 1840 election. However, Harrison died of pneumonia in April 1841, a month after taking office. Tyler then assumed all of the powers and duties of the president, setting a major precedent.

                Early American History Auctions
              • A WILLIAM IV CADDY SHOVEL. London 1835. Maker: John & Henry Lias.
                Jan. 23, 2020

                A WILLIAM IV CADDY SHOVEL. London 1835. Maker: John & Henry Lias.

                Est: £50 - £60

                A WILLIAM IV CADDY SHOVEL. London 1835. Maker: John & Henry Lias.

                John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
              • PYNE, William Henry (1769-1843). The History of the Royal Residences of...
                Dec. 13, 2019

                PYNE, William Henry (1769-1843). The History of the Royal Residences of...

                Est: £2,000 - £3,000

                PYNE, William Henry (1769-1843). The History of the Royal Residences of...

                Christie's
              • Henry Wilkinson and Co., Sheffield 1837, a William
                Dec. 06, 2019

                Henry Wilkinson and Co., Sheffield 1837, a William

                Est: £120 - £180

                Henry Wilkinson and Co., Sheffield 1837, a William IV/Victorian silver mustard pot, cylindrical form, die stamped in the Gothic Revival style, with open beaded arcading and foliage below, plain lid, double C scroll handle, glass liner, 7.5cm high, 3.55ozt Provenance: Bonhams, 5th March 2013, lot 96

                Kinghams Auctioneers
              • HUDSON, William Henry (1841-1922). Green Mansions. London: Duckworth & Co., 1904. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE.
                Nov. 06, 2019

                HUDSON, William Henry (1841-1922). Green Mansions. London: Duckworth & Co., 1904. FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE.

                Est: $200 - $300

                HUDSON, William Henry (1841-1922). Green Mansions. London: Duckworth & Co., 1904.   8vo. Original publisher’s green buckram gilt (hinges starting, a few minor stains); green quarter morcoco slipcase.  FIRST EDITION, FIRST STATE without publisher’s device on lower cover. 

                Hindman
              • Engraving of Hoit's "William Henry Harrison" ca. 1842
                Aug. 06, 2019

                Engraving of Hoit's "William Henry Harrison" ca. 1842

                Est: $1,100 - $1,650

                Engraved by Oliver Pelton (American, 1798-1882) and Denison Kimberly (American, 1814-1863) after Albert Gallatin Hoit (American, 1809-1856), "William Henry Harrison", printed by Charles Thomas, ca. 1842 CE. An original engraving of the 9th President of the United States, William Henry Harrison. In the half-length portrait, he wears a fine black double-breasted suit jacket over a white shirt with a black cravat, and sits proudly on an upholstered chair, facing slightly left. On the right and left margins are symbolic displays of flags and battle weapons; above scenes from the Battle of Tippecanoe and the Battle of the Thames flank an American eagle with a stars and stripes shield; below is a view of Harrison's elegant home at "North Bend, Ohio" as well as wreaths in the bottom corners presenting the U.S. Capitol building and the White House. Size: sheet measures 23.125" L x 18.75" W (58.7 cm x 47.6 cm); plate mark measures 18.875" L x 15.5" W (47.9 cm x 39.4 cm) The text below the image reads "Painted by A.G. Hoit 1840" (lower left), "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1841 by Chas. A. Wakefield in the Clerks Office of the District Court of Massachusetts" (lower center), and "Engraved by O. Pelton & D. Kimberly" (lower right). Beneath that, "W.H. Harrison NINTH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BORN FEB. 9TH, 1773 INAUGURATED MARCH 4TH DIED APRIL 4TH 1841" followed by "His last words: "I WISH YOU TO UNDERSTAND THE TRUE PRINCIPLES OF THE GOVERNMENT I WISH THEM CARRIED OUT. I ASK NOTHING MORE." Published by Charles A. Wakefield. No. 56 Cornhill Boston" "Printed by Charles Thomas" See the same engraving in the collection of the Library of Congress - without the hand coloring, as it was a common practice for coloring to be furnished by a later owner. (https://www.loc.gov/resource/pga.08490/) Provenance: private Lucille Lucas collection, Crested Butte, Colorado, USA All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #133940

                Artemis Gallery
              • Brown, William Henry, 1836-1910. History.
                Apr. 25, 2019

                Brown, William Henry, 1836-1910. History.

                Est: $100 - $200

                The History of the First Locomotives in America. NY, 1871 8vo. Original Cloth Boards. Spine loss on bottom. and top edge.

                Weiss Auctions
              • 1840 William Henry Harrison. DeWitt-WHH 1840-11. White Metal. 37 mm. About Uncirculated, Environmental Damage.
                Mar. 04, 2019

                1840 William Henry Harrison. DeWitt-WHH 1840-11. White Metal. 37 mm. About Uncirculated, Environmental Damage.

                Est: -

                Pierced for suspension.

                Stack's Bowers Galleries
              • 1840 William Henry Harrison. DeWitt-WHH 1840-4. White Metal. 43 mm. MS-61 (NGC).
                Mar. 04, 2019

                1840 William Henry Harrison. DeWitt-WHH 1840-4. White Metal. 43 mm. MS-61 (NGC).

                Est: -

                Pierced for suspension.

                Stack's Bowers Galleries
              • WILLIAM HENRY CORBIN (1842-1923), framed set of nine small etchings, contained within three frames, scenes of Ringwood, New Forrest, signed in pencil.(3)
                Feb. 20, 2019

                WILLIAM HENRY CORBIN (1842-1923), framed set of nine small etchings, contained within three frames, scenes of Ringwood, New Forrest, signed in pencil.(3)

                Est: £50 - £75

                WILLIAM HENRY CORBIN (1842-1923), framed set of nine small etchings, contained within three frames, scenes of Ringwood, New Forrest, signed in pencil.(3)

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