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Who is Paul (1735) Revere?
Though he is best known for devising the system of warning lanterns for the Minutemen against British Invasion, and his famous ride in 1775, artist Paul Revere was an accomplished silversmith and engraver by trade. Born into a family with 12 children, he apprenticed under his artisan father. Paul Revere's artwork included tea sets and spoons that he made for the moneyed class.

Prior to his poem-producing ride, the popular, folklore artist Paul Revere already had a career as an engraver and master goldsmith by the 1760s. He later went on to learn how to roll copper, opening the country's first copper rolling mill. Due to the fame of their creator, Paul Revere's original artwork and engraving prices are quite high. Explore the world of talented craftsmen by shopping engravings and other unique smith-work online at Invaluable.
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PAUL REVERE Coin Silver Spoon

Lot 279: PAUL REVERE Coin Silver Spoon

Auction Date: Dec 05, 2021

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: PAUL REVERE Coin Silver Spoon,
turned-back with an oval handle; no monogram; marked Revere; lg. 8 5/8 in.; 2.13 ozt.
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Location: Boston, MA, US

Auction House: Grogan & Company

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Paul Revere and the Raiders signed Marineland of the Pacific event sheet

Lot 51: Paul Revere and the Raiders signed Marineland of the Pacific event sheet

Auction Date: Nov 29, 2021

Estimate: $700 - $900

Description: Marineland of the Pacific signed event sheet autographed by Paul Revere, Mark Lindsay, Jim "Harpo" Valley, Phil "Fang" Volk and Mike "Smitty" Smith along with Neil Diamond and Keith Allison....

Location: Encina, CA, US

Auction House: Heroes and Legends

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PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Lot 24: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Auction Date: Nov 22, 2021

Estimate: $80 - $300

Description: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK...

Location: Whitestone, NY, US

Auction House: Figlio Designs LLC

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Paul Revere THE BLOODY MASSACRE Hand-colored engraving

Lot 39: Paul Revere THE BLOODY MASSACRE Hand-colored engraving

Auction Date: Nov 02, 2021

Estimate: $80,000 - $120,000

Description: Paul Revere (1735-1818)
THE BLOODY MASSACRE PERPETRATED IN KING STREET, BOSTON, ON MARCH 5TH 1770, BY A PARTY OF THE 29TH REGT. (BRIGHAM 14; STOKES/HASKELL 1770-C 10; STAUFFER 2675)
Hand-colored engraving, 1770, on laid paper with W watermark, from the second state of two, with the small clock tower reading 10:20, published by the artist, Boston, Massachusetts, framed.
Sheet 12 x 9 7/8 inches

Provenance:
Winthrop Brown, Boston
Margaret B. Brown (wife), Boston
Herbert R. Lawton, Boston
W.T.H. Howe, Cincinnati
The Old Print Shop, New York
Monroe F. Dreher (purchased from the above, December 1943)
Descended through the family to the present owner

Literature
Alice Winchester, "The Connecticut Home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe F. Dreher," The Magazine Antiques, November 1954, illus. p. 380-81
Clarence S. Brigham, Paul Revere Engravings, 1969, p. 78

Paul Revere's most well-known and sought-after print, this powerful rendering of the bloody events of March 5, 1770, when the British killed five Bostonians, is arguably the most famous propaganda image printed during the American Revolution. Immediately after the confrontation, Revere realized its significance as a time when tensions were high between England and the colonies, and he both sought and succeeded to circulate a depiction that would further the patriot cause.


C Property from The Monroe and Elizabeth Dreher Collection
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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Doyle New York

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Oct 14, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Oct 07, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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PAUL REVERE LOCK OF HAIR KEEPSAKE

Lot 590: PAUL REVERE LOCK OF HAIR KEEPSAKE

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Paul Revere Lock of Hair Keepsake in Gold Pin from the Collection of E. Curtis. The small pin with opal glass top marked with the letter "R" in Gold Script. The pin contains a woven hair keepsake of Paul Revere, American Patriot, within. Contained in a Jewelers Box with Label of Bacon and Smith Watchmakers and Jewellers, Boston on the Lid. The Bottom of Box with Pencil Marking "Paul Revere Hair Locket". Size of Pin 1 1/8" x 5/8" W. Est. $2000-$4000 Lots 590-595-A collection of personal memorabilia and documents from Paul Revere, Boston Patriot. 1735-1818. This material came to us from descendents of Thomas Amory, (1722-1784), Sarah Curtis, (1786-1843), and Charles Revere Curtis, (1841-1915) Items of historical value are found in lots 590-594. and the main body of later family history; documents, photographs and memorabilia complete lot number 595. We are pleased and honored to have this opportunity to offer this significant and interesting find at this time....

Location: Randolph, ME, US

Auction House: Farrin's country Auctions

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PAUL REVERE POCKET POUCH

Lot 592: PAUL REVERE POCKET POUCH

Auction Date: Sep 26, 2021

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Paul Revere White Silk Pocket Pouch from the Collection of E. Curtis. The Small Pouch incribed "P.R." in Ink Script. Above a Line in Script that is Badly Faded and Now Illegible. The Reverse inscribed with a bird, staff, and crescent that is faded. Bag Retains a Fringe Border and Drawstring. 3½" x 3". Est. $800-$1200. Lots 590-595: A collection of personal memorabilia and documents from Paul Revere, Boston Patriot. 1735-1818. This material came to us from descendents of Thomas Amory, (1722-1784), Sarah Curtis, (1786-1843), and Charles Revere Curtis, (1841-1915) Items of historical value are found in lots 590-594. and the main body of later family history; documents, photographs and memorabilia complete lot number 595. We are pleased and honored to have this opportunity to offer this significant and interesting find at this time. Given by R. Williams....

Location: Randolph, ME, US

Auction House: Farrin's country Auctions

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PAUL REVERE DECANTER VINTAGE ANTIQUE

Lot 21016: PAUL REVERE DECANTER VINTAGE ANTIQUE

Auction Date: Sep 25, 2021

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Thank you for attending HATMAN AUCTIONS! Yes, we ship all items that are not oversized. Please see photos for measurements and description. SPECIAL NOTICE: Many items are PICK UP ONLY by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please see photos for measurements and descriptions. If you purchase lots of heavy items, we can hold them for you until you can pick them up.? ? It sometimes takes up to three weeks to ship, and announcements are made during the auction that affect some items. We ship EVERYTHING except for some oversized items. Oversized items can be shipped UPS at the buyer's expense or held for pick up. IMPORTANT NOTE: WE BILL TWICE, first for the the items, and after they are packed and weighed, you will receive a TEXT and and EMAIL using your REGISTRATION INFORMATION from the platform where you registered. Please make sure your email and phone are UP TO DATE....

Location: THAYER, MO, US

Auction House: Col. Christie Hatman, Auctioneer

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PAUL REVERE DECANTER VINTAGE ANTIQUE

Lot 21016: PAUL REVERE DECANTER VINTAGE ANTIQUE

Auction Date: Aug 23, 2021

Estimate: $0 - $0

Description: Thank you for attending HATMAN AUCTIONS! Yes, we ship all items that are not oversized. Please see photos for measurements and description. SPECIAL NOTICE: Many items are PICK UP ONLY by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please see photos for measurements and descriptions. If you purchase lots of heavy items, we can hold them for you until you can pick them up.? ? It sometimes takes up to three weeks to ship, and announcements are made during the auction that affect some items. We ship EVERYTHING except for some oversized items. Oversized items can be shipped UPS at the buyer's expense or held for pick up. IMPORTANT NOTE: WE BILL TWICE, first for the the items, and after they are packed and weighed, you will receive a TEXT and and EMAIL using your REGISTRATION INFORMATION from the platform where you registered. Please make sure your email and phone are UP TO DATE....

Location: THAYER, MO, US

Auction House: Col. Christie Hatman, Auctioneer

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AFTER PAUL REVERE. ENGRAVING. BOSTON MASSACRE.

Lot 302: AFTER PAUL REVERE. ENGRAVING. BOSTON MASSACRE.

Auction Date: Jun 12, 2021

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: After Paul Revere (American, 1735-1810). "The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th, 1770 by a party of the 29th REG'T." 1832. Hand colored pewter engraving on woven paper. Engraved by William F. Straton, published at 15 Water St., March 15, 1832. Sheet: 9" x 10 3/4." Brigham 71. Condition: Toned with minor cockling to paper. Printers line on bottom margin rubbed off. Old stain to l.r. Provenance: From the estate of a private collector, Potomac, Maryland....

Location: Falls Church, VA, US

Auction House: Quinn's Auction Galleries

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Jun 03, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Apr 29, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Apr 15, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Apr 08, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Mar 25, 2021

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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PAUL REVERE, Jr "THE PATRIOT" COIN SILVER CREAMER

Lot 348: PAUL REVERE, Jr "THE PATRIOT" COIN SILVER CREAMER

Auction Date: Mar 20, 2021

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: Helmet form with applied molded rim, strap handle and square pedestal foot. 6 inches Condition: Good Temp No 6075...

Location: Amesbury, MA, US

Auction House: John McInnis Auctioneers

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PAUL REVERE, Jr THE PATRIOT COIN SILVER MUFFINEER

Lot 349: PAUL REVERE, Jr THE PATRIOT COIN SILVER MUFFINEER

Auction Date: Mar 20, 2021

Estimate: $5,000 - $10,000

Description: Urn form with finial and milgrain bands. 5 inches. Condition: Good, slight tilt at base of font Temp No 6074...

Location: Amesbury, MA, US

Auction House: John McInnis Auctioneers

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PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Lot 24: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Auction Date: Mar 01, 2021

Estimate: $80 - $300

Description: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK...

Location: Middletown, CT, US

Auction House: Carroll's Auctioneers & Appraisers

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After Paul Revere. Engraving. Boston Massacre.

Lot 296: After Paul Revere. Engraving. Boston Massacre.

Auction Date: Jan 30, 2021

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: After Paul Revere (American, 1735-1810). "The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th, 1770 by a party of the 29th REG'T." 1832. Hand colored pewter engraving on wove paper.Engraved by William F. Straton, published at 15 Water St., March 15, 1832. Sheet: 9" x 10 3/4." Brigham 71. Additional Info Tag 199 Provenance From the estate of a private collector, Potomac, Maryland. Condition Toned with minor cockling to paper. Printers line on bottom margin rubbed off. Old stain to l.r....

Location: Falls Church, VA, US

Auction House: Quinn's Auction Galleries

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Report on Paul Revere Death May 12, 1818 Boston Two Days After Revere Died

Lot 157: Report on Paul Revere Death May 12, 1818 Boston Two Days After Revere Died

Auction Date: Jan 23, 2021

Estimate: $300 - $400

Description: Post-Revolutionary War to Civil War
Report on Paul Revere's Death May 12, 1818 Boston First Newspaper Report from just Two Days after Revere Died
May 12, 1818-Dated, Newpaper, "Boston Recorder," with First Reporting of Paul Revere's Death, Choice Very Fine.


This complete, original Newspaper consists of 4 pages, 20" x 13.25", including the report of Paul Revere's death in the first paragraph of the "Deaths" section, located on the third page. It is in clean fresh condition with small separations at the spine. The complete Newspaper with additional stories reported regarding battles with the native American Indians and a Black child Slave. One of the earliest reports on the death of Paul Revere. While a short report, it is published just two days after his death, and from his hometown Boston newspaper.
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Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA, US

Auction House: Early American History Auctions

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PAUL REVERE Engraved Copper-plate Bookplate for Perez Morton

Lot 77: PAUL REVERE Engraved Copper-plate Bookplate for Perez Morton

Auction Date: Jan 23, 2021

Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: American Revolution
Paul Revere's Engraved "Perez Morton" Copper-plate Bookplate Committee of Safety Revolutionary War Patriot
(1784) Paul Revere Jr., Engraved Copper-plate Bookplate for American Revolutionary War Patriot, "Perez Morton" (1751-1837), Boston, Framed, Choice Extremely Fine.
This is a choice quality, sharply printed example is one of only 100 printed Paul Revere's metal-cut Bookplate that was Engraved by Revere for the historic Massachusetts Revolutionary War Patriot, Perez Morton in 1784. This Bookplate measures roughly 4" x 2.75" and is well printed in rich black on the correct, white laid period paper. This specimen is printed slightly out of alignment towards the upper right margin. The impression is so sharp that traces of the embossed outline from the original plate remains seen within the paper. There is some very trivial ink smudges from the original printing plate near bottom, as made. It is framed for display under UV-protective glass within a modern black frame measuring to 11" x 8.75". A full illustration of this bookplate and its description can be found in Brigham's reference, "The Engravings of Paul Revere," by the American Antiquarian Society, 1954. An wonderful authentic, fully original historic example of a Paul Revere's Copper-plate Engraved Bookplate for Revolutionary War Patriot "Perez Morton". This is a very choice example displaying excellent eye appeal.

Note: According to Bingham, an entry into Paul Revere's Day Book under the date of July 12, 1784 is entered, "Perez Morton Esqr. Dr. To Engraving your Arms on Copper 18 (Shillings). To Printing 100 Impressions 4-6. (Total) 1-2-6."
Perez Morton (November 13, 1751 - October 14, 1837) was a lawyer and American Revolutionary War era Patriot in Boston, Massachusetts.

Morton was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1751, and raised in Boston. His father, Joseph Morton, worked as a Tavern-keeper at the White Horse Tavern. Perez attended the Boston Latin School starting around 1760, and Harvard College, graduating in 1771. He was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1774.

He participated in the Committee of Safety, and the Committee of Correspondence; he was also a Mason, serving as Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts in 1789-1790. In 1775-1776, he was Deputy Secretary of the Council of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. On April 8, 1776, Morton spoke at the memorial service held for Joseph Warren, at King's Chapel.

In 1778, he married Sarah Wentworth Apthorp. Together they had 5 children: Sarah Apthorp Morton (1782-1844); Anna Louisa Morton (1783-1843); Frances Wentworth Morton (1785-1831); Charles Ward Apthorp Morton (1786-1809); and Charlotte Morton (1787-1819). From ca.1796 to ca.1803, the Mortons owned a house on Dudley Street in Dorchester; the house may have been designed by Charles Bulfinch. Friends and associates of Morton included James Bowdoin, John Adams, and James Swan.

In 1788, the Mortons were the subject of a public scandal regarding an illegitimate child of Sarah Morton's sister, Fanny Apthorp, rumored to have had an affair with Perez. The scandal was amplified in the press, notably the Massachusetts Centinel and the Herald of Freedom and the Federal Advertiser. A novel published in 1789, The Power of Sympathy, written by a neighbor of the Mortons, William Hill Brown, depicted an adulterous affair between a man and his sister-in-law; at the time, many suspected the novel to be based on the real-life Morton/Apthorp affair.

Morton served as Massachusetts Speaker of the House, 1806-1808, and 1810-1811; and as Massachusetts Attorney General, 1810-1832. He died in Dorchester in 1837.

Portraits of Morton have been made by Charles Balthazar Julien Fvret de Saint-Mmin, and others. Some items owned by Perez Morton are now in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, including a Silver ladle made by Paul Revere.

Morton also wrote the text of the Hymn, "When Jesus Wept," music composed by William Billings.
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Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA, US

Auction House: Early American History Auctions

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PAUL REVERE JR. Original Engraved Bookplate for Isaiah Thomas, Historic Printer

Lot 79: PAUL REVERE JR. Original Engraved Bookplate for Isaiah Thomas, Historic Printer

Auction Date: Jan 23, 2021

Estimate: $1,400 - $1,800

Description: American Revolution
Paul Revere Engraved Bookplate Print For "Isaiah Thomas" the American Patriot & Historic Mass. Newspaper Publisher
c. 1798 Paul Revere Jr., Original Engraved Copper-Plate Bookplate Printed for Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831), American Patriot, Newspaper Publisher, and Founder of the American Antiquarian Society, Extremely Fine.
This authentic Paul Revere metal-cut Bookplate was Engraved by Revere at Boston for the historic Isaiah Thomas. Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831), performed the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in Worcester, Massachusetts, and reported the first account of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, which on April 19, 1775 began the American Revolutionary War. This uniface Bookplate measures about 3.5" x 2.5" and is sharply printed in deep black upon the correct white laid period paper being slightly trimmed as shown, likely for placement into a smaller format book owned by Isaiah Thomas. Some conservation has been performed at the corners, presumably to some paper loss when this plate was removed from a book. An illustration of this Bookplate with a full description is found on pages 163 to 165 in Clarence Brigham's 1954 reference, "The Engravings of Paul Revere", by the American Antiquarian Society (which Thomas founded). A historic example of a Paul Revere's Engraved Bookplate for American Patriot Isaiah Thomas.
Isaiah Thomas (1749 - 1831), was an American Patriot, Newspaper Publisher and Author. He performed the First Public Reading of the Declaration of Independence in Worcester, Massachusetts and reported the very first account of the Battles of Lexington and Concord. He was the Founder of the American Antiquarian Society.

In Boston, in 1774, Isaiah Thomas published the Royal American Magazine, which was continued for a short time by Joseph Greenleaf, and which contained many historic engravings by Paul Revere. He issued in Boston the Massachusetts Spy three times each week, then (under his sole ownership) as a semi-weekly, and beginning in 1771, as a weekly which soon espoused the Whig cause and which the government tried to suppress.

On the April 16, 1775 (three days before the Battle of Concord, in which he took part), Thomas took his presses from Boston and set them up in Worcester, where he was also postmaster for a time. There he published and sold books, built a paper-mill and bindery, and continued the paper until 1802 save for gaps in 1776-1778 and in 1786-1788. The Spy supported George Washington and the Federalist Party.
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Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA, US

Auction House: Early American History Auctions

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Paul Revere Jr., ORIGINAL Copper-Plate Engraved Bookplate for David Greene, Choice Extremely Fine

Lot 78: Paul Revere Jr., ORIGINAL Copper-Plate Engraved Bookplate for David Greene, Choice Extremely Fine

Auction Date: Jan 23, 2021

Estimate: $1,400 - $1,800

Description: American Revolution
Paul Revere Jr.'s Original Copper-Plate Engraved Bookplate for "David Greene" Prosperous Colonial Boston Merchant
c. 1790, Paul Revere Jr., Original Copper-Plate Engraved Bookplate for David Greene, signed in the engraved plate "Revere Scp.", Framed, Choice Very Fine.
Extremely rare original Paul Revere, Jr. Engraved Bookplate by the historic Silversmith and Revolutionary War Patriot, for the noted Boston merchant David Greene (1749-1812). Green's family were prosperous merchants who also purchased custom engraved Silver items from Revere. The Chippendale style armorial appears above a ribbon scroll inscribed with motto "Nec Timeo Nec Sperno" (I neither fear, nor desire). Original versions of this bookplate can be confirmed by Revere's printed signature at lower right "Revere Scp." Some light soiling, and ink smudge at bottom, well away from any printing. Later, this same plate was altered by removing David Greene's name for use by his son and grandson. This example is laid down on the book page and trimmed, measures 3.75" x 2.5" and has been professionally mounted behind UV-protective glass and matted and framed to an overall size of 7.5" x 6.25". This design is shown Illustrated and discussed in Clarence S. Brigham reference titled, "Paul Revere's Engravings," page 111, plate 51. David Green's Bookplate is particularly rare.


David Greene was born into an affluent Boston mercantile family, graduated valedictorian of the Harvard class of 1768, and later received a second degree from Yale. He came to prominence as a prosperous merchant in Boston, but was forced into exile in 1775 due to his support of the Loyalist cause. Greene became a trader in the West Indies. He was anxious to return from exile after the war, and was granted permission in 1784, resuming his successful mercantile career.
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Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA, US

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Paul REVERE (1734-1818). The Boston Massacre, perpetrated on March the 5th

Lot 304: Paul REVERE (1734-1818). The Boston Massacre, perpetrated on March the 5th

Auction Date: Jan 22, 2021

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Paul REVERE (1734-1818). The Boston Massacre, perpetrated on March the 5th, 1770, excised from the Massachusetts Calendar, or an Almanac for 1772. Boston: Isaiah Thomas, 1772. Revere's woodcut of the Boston Massacre. This simplified version of Revere's copperplate Massacre graced not only the 1772 edition of the Massachusetts Calendar but would appear also on the 1772 broadside, A Monumental Inscription on the Fifth of March, both printed by Isaiah Thomas. See Brigham, Paul Revere’s Engravings, p. 64. Woodcut. 6 x 4 3/8 in (155 x 112mm). (Loss at bottom affecting text with missing text supplied in facsimile.) Framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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PAUL REVERE (1734-1818). The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street, B

Lot 302: PAUL REVERE (1734-1818). The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street, B

Auction Date: Jan 22, 2021

Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000

Description: PAUL REVERE (1734-1818). The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King Street, Boston, on March 5th 1770, by a Party of the 29th Regt. Boston: Engrav'd Printed & Sold by Paul Revere, [March 1770]. Few prints have influenced history as much as Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre of 1770. —D. Roylance, American Graphic Arts, Princeton, 1990, p. 48. Paul Revere's inflammatory engraving The Bloody Massacre was one of the most evocative propaganda pieces printed during the American Revolution. Revere lived in Boston and made his living as a silversmith, engraver and metalworker. A member of the Sons of Liberty, a militant group formed in 1765, he produced engravings with proto-revolutionary themes to raise money for the dissident organization. The best known among these are a depiction of the arrival of British troops in 1768 and the present depiction of the March, 1770 Boston Massacre. Revere also made a Sons of Liberty punch bowl (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) in 1768, which is widely regarded as the most famous example of American presentation silver. The sanguinary events of 5 March 1770 in which five Bostonians died by British musketry took on great symbolic significance in the highly charged tenor of public affairs between England and its colonies, particularly Massachusetts. Revere immediately recognized the propaganda value of the incident, and saw the opportunity of furthering the patriot cause by circulating so significant a print (Clarence S. Brigham, Paul Revere's Engravings, New York, 1969, pp. 52-53). Revere's powerful depiction was based on a sketch of the bloody confrontation by Henry Pelham. Revere's engraving was advertised for sale in the March 26 editions of the Boston Evening Post and the Boston Gazette as a Print, containing a Representation of the late horrid Massacre in King-street. Two days later Revere noted in his Day Book that he paid the printers Edes & Gill to produce 200 impressions. Revere was a ringleader in the Boston Tea Party of 16 December 1773, when, in protest of unfairly levied taxes, American colonists dumped tea into Boston Harbor from the British merchant ship Dartmouth. Revere’s exalted place in American legend was cemented by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (1860), which recounted the patriot’s dangerous mission in April 1775 to warn colonists of the impending invasion of British troops. Famously, one lantern would be lit in the steeple of the North Church in Charlestown to alert townspeople if the British were arriving by land, and two if by sea. Brigham 14; Stokes & Haskell, 1770-C-10, Stauffer, 2675. Second state with a small clock tower reading 10:20 (the clock reading 8:10 in the first state). Printed on laid paper with indistinct watermark at extreme left margin. Engraved caption at top, at bottom 18 lines of verse (Unhappy Boston! See thy Sons deplore...) and a detailed list of the American casualties: Saml Gray, Saml Maverick, James Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, and Patrick Carr, plus Six wounded; two of them (Christr Monk & John Clark) Mortally....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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Paul REVERE (1735-1818), engraver. The Mitred Minuet. From The Royal Ameri

Lot 309: Paul REVERE (1735-1818), engraver. The Mitred Minuet. From The Royal Ameri

Auction Date: Jan 22, 2021

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: Paul REVERE (1735-1818), engraver. The Mitred Minuet. From The Royal American Magazine, Vol. I, no. 10, [Boston,] October 1774. The Protestant reaction to the Quebec Act. The cartoon features four bishops dancing around the Quebec Bill while other clerics observe the scene approvingly and Lords North and Bute (the latter in a kilt) stand beneath a flying Devil. The legislation, which granted the French population of Canada freedom to practice Catholicism and to retain French civil law in the province, angered Protestant New Englanders already reeling from the announcement of the Boston Port Act and other punitive legislation passed in response to the Boston Tea Party. The anonymous engraving first appeared in the July 1774 issue of the London Magazine. Considering the political climate of the time, it comes as little surprise that it found a ready audience in America, prompting Revere to produce this copy for the Royal American Magazine for October 1774. Brigham, p. 124, notes that Revere recorded the following entry in his Day Book for 7 November 1774: 'Joseph Greenleaf Esqr Dr/ To Engraving a Plate for October Magazine 2-8-0.' For a fuller discussion of the cartoon, see M. Dorothy George, Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum, Vol. 5, 1935. Etching on paper. Plate: 4 5/8 x 7 1/4 in. (112 x 183mm); sheet 5 /18 x 8 1/4 in. (130 x 208mm). Matted and framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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Paul REVERE (1735-1818) after, Jonathan MULLIKEN (1746-1782), engraver. Th

Lot 303: Paul REVERE (1735-1818) after, Jonathan MULLIKEN (1746-1782), engraver. Th

Auction Date: Jan 22, 2021

Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000

Description: Paul REVERE (1735-1818) after, Jonathan MULLIKEN (1746-1782), engraver. The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King Street, Boston on March 5th, 1770, by a Part of the 29th Reg't. Newburyport, c. 1770 Possibly the first printing of Revere's Massacre outside of Boston. Jonathan Mulliken (1746-1782), a Newburyport, Massachusetts clockmaker, issued this close copy of Revere's engraving with only minor differences— most notably the omission of one column in the clock tower and a slight alternation of the text, substituting the 29th Regt. with ye 29th Regt. Just as Revere failed to credit Henry Pelham's original, Mulliken omits Revere's name in this copy produced to meet the demand for this powerful image. (One is left to speculate whether Revere appreciated the irony.) Hand-colored engraving on laid paper, 5/8 x 9 1/4 in (295 x 247mm). (Light soiling, several marginal chips tears not affecting image, light glue remnants to verso). Hinged with tissue to a mat and framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Lot 6760: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

Auction Date: Dec 17, 2020

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere and The Raiders signed drum head

Lot 344: Paul Revere and The Raiders signed drum head

Auction Date: Dec 05, 2020

Estimate: $700 - $1,000

Description: Paul Revere and The Raiders signed drum head autographed by Paul Revere, Tommy Schecker, Mark Lindsay, Freddy Weller and Joe Correro. 8 inches...

Location: Encina, CA, US

Auction House: Heroes and Legends

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PAUL REVERE POTTERY SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS PLATE, BOWL & CUP

Lot 389: PAUL REVERE POTTERY SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS PLATE, BOWL & CUP

Auction Date: Oct 08, 2020

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: the bowl and cup with faint circular black Paul Revere Pottery mark; the plate with possible faint remnants of circular mark; each piece decorated with a medallion containing a chick in a landscape, within a white band; inscribed "Felicity Mary Philippa Elwes", on a matte dark blue ground. Provenance: The Estate of Penny Marshall Condition: the cup with chip to base beneath handle; no other apparent damages; stilt marks to undersides of each the cup: 3 1/2 inches high; the bowl: 5 1/2 inches diameter; the plate 7 3/4 inches diameter...

Location: Los Angeles, CA, US

Auction House: Abell Auction

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PAUL REVERE BOOK PLATE

Lot 50: PAUL REVERE BOOK PLATE

Auction Date: Oct 04, 2020

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Rare 18th century engraved book plate for Gardiner Chandler signed P. Revere, Sculp. 10 in x 6.75 inches in size. Very good condition, light discoloration to paper, small slit on lower margin....

Location: Rehoboth , MA, US

Auction House: Americana Auctions

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Paul Revere By Esther Forbes Book

Lot 1696: Paul Revere By Esther Forbes Book

Auction Date: Aug 23, 2020

Estimate: $50 - $500

Description: "Paul Revere & The World He Lived In". Publisher Houghton Mifflin Co. May have been signed by author, see photo. Dust jacket damaged, outer edges of pages have mildew. Book cover has some water stains. Fair to poor....

Location: Union, IL, US

Auction House: Donley Auction Services

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Paul Revere Folk Art Composite Innkeeper Sign

Lot 199: Paul Revere Folk Art Composite Innkeeper Sign

Auction Date: Aug 16, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Paul Revere Folk Art innkeeper sign in polychrome lightweight composite material, depicting his midnight ride on horseback, signed illegible to top, possibly "Quarter Creative Co." 26.75? H x 16.75? W x 1.5? D....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Showplace

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PAUL REVERE DECORATED BLUE GLASS BOTTLE

Lot 6760: PAUL REVERE DECORATED BLUE GLASS BOTTLE

Auction Date: Jul 02, 2020

Estimate: $25 - $30

Description: Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle est. value $25.00-$30.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere coin and first day of issue stamp cover set

Lot 6150: Paul Revere coin and first day of issue stamp cover set

Auction Date: May 21, 2020

Estimate: $30 - $35

Description: Paul Revere bronze bicentennial commemorative coin and first day of issue stamp cover set est. value $30.00-$35.00...

Location: Bohemia, NY, US

Auction House: Baker's Antiques and Auctions

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Paul Revere Engraved Restrike [NORTH-BATTERY]

Lot 200: Paul Revere Engraved Restrike [NORTH-BATTERY]

Auction Date: Apr 09, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Boston Restrike Paul Revere Engraved early Restrike (circa 1880 -1900). Print likely from the original Copper-plate impression on heavy period wove paper from original engraving made by Revere c. 1762. Reads 'This may Certify all whom it may Concern; that the Bearer hereof______is an Enlisted MONTROSS at his MAJEFTY`S NORTH-BATTERY, in Boston, under my Command. Given under my Hand this _____ In the _____year of his Majef(s)ty's reign.' Inscribed within the plate at lower right, just below the ship, 'P Revere Sculp.' Includes COA from EAC Gallery. Measures 5.875-in. x 8-in. plate size and 9.5-in. x 10-in. sheet size. EX/EX+ condition. Unframed, loose and not glued or mounted. If lot is absent of a condition report a condition report may be requested via email. Condition report is provided as an opinion only and is no guarantee as grading can be subjective. Buyer must view photographs or scans to assist in determining condition and ask further questions if so desired. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items....

Location: Davenport, WA, US

Auction House: Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC

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Paul Revere Engraved North Battery Restrike

Lot 284: Paul Revere Engraved North Battery Restrike

Auction Date: Feb 27, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Boston Restrike Paul Revere Engraved early Restrike (circa 1880 -1900). Print likely from the original Copper-plate impression on heavy period wove paper from original engraving made by Revere c. 1762. Reads "This may Certify all whom it may Concern; that the Bearer hereof______is an Enlisted MONTROSS at his MAJEFTY`S NORTH-BATTERY, in Boston, under my Command. Given under my Hand this _____ In the _____year of his Majef(s)ty's reign." Inscribed within the plate at lower right, just below the ship, "P Revere Sculp.?. Measures 5.875 in. x 8 in. plate size and 9.5 in. x 10 in. sheet size. Ex/Ex+ condition. Unframed, loose and not glued or mounted. Includes COA from EAC Gallery. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items....

Location: Davenport, WA, US

Auction House: Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC

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PAUL REVERE POTTERY PLATE , CUP & SAUCER

Lot 171: PAUL REVERE POTTERY PLATE , CUP & SAUCER

Auction Date: Feb 25, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: PAUL REVERE ART POTTERY PLATE ,CUP & SAUCER - LARGEST IS 8 3/4" D...

Location: Seaford, NY, US

Auction House: Echoes Antiques & Auction Gallery

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PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Lot 116: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Auction Date: Feb 17, 2020

Estimate: $80 - $300

Description: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK...

Location: Whitestone, NY, US

Auction House: Figlio Designs LLC

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PAUL REVERE (AMERICAN, 1735-1818) ISAIAH THOMAS COAT OF ARMS Copper-plate book plate: 3 1/2 x 2 7/8 in.

Lot 2251: PAUL REVERE (AMERICAN, 1735-1818) ISAIAH THOMAS COAT OF ARMS Copper-plate book plate: 3 1/2 x 2 7/8 in.

Auction Date: Feb 12, 2020

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: Framed;
Note: Paul Revere made book plates for his friend and fellow American Revolutionary War Patriot Isaiah Thomas, (1749-1831) a Massachusetts newpaper publisher, book seller, author and founder of the American Antiquarian Society. This bookplate design is illustrated on pp. 163-165 in "The Engravings of Paul Revere" by Clarence Brigham, 1954.
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Location: Alexandria, VA, US

Auction House: Potomack Company

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PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Lot 24: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK

Auction Date: Feb 11, 2020

Estimate: $80 - $300

Description: PAUL REVERE PLATE BLOCK...

Location: Middletown, CT, US

Auction House: Museum of Culture and Arts, Inc

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Paul Revere Pottery Matte White Vase

Lot 59: Paul Revere Pottery Matte White Vase

Auction Date: Dec 14, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Paul Revere Pottery Vase dated "7-38". Tiny base chip, otherwise perfect condition. 9"h x 7.5"d.


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Location: Alameda, CA, US

Auction House: California Historical Design, Inc

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Paul Revere Pottery Vase Gunmetal Glaze

Lot 66: Paul Revere Pottery Vase Gunmetal Glaze

Auction Date: Dec 14, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Paul Revere Pottery Vase with Gunmetal Glaze. Signed. Perfect condition. 4 5/8"h x 4.25"d.


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Location: Alameda, CA, US

Auction House: California Historical Design, Inc

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PAUL REVERE BRONZE STATUE

Lot 282: PAUL REVERE BRONZE STATUE

Auction Date: Dec 01, 2019

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: PAUL REVERE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BRONZE MASCOT. 6 INCH TALL ON BRONZE BASE. HAS PLAQUE AND FOUNDRY MARK. (US SHIPPING 20)...

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: Imperial Auction

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PAUL REVERE BOSTON MASSACRE, GOODSPEED RE-PRINT

Lot 78: PAUL REVERE BOSTON MASSACRE, GOODSPEED RE-PRINT

Auction Date: Oct 06, 2019

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: 1908 re-print done by Syndey L. Smith, published by Charles Goodspeed, Boston, issued in an edition of 75 from the original engraving by Paul Revere (1735-1818) out of frame, impression approx. 8.75 by 10.25 in. (bottom cut approx. 2”); sheet 12.75” by 12 in.; matted, framed under glass, 16 by 15 in. Clarence Brigham, author of ‘Paul Revere Engravings’ said that of all reproductions the most outstanding is that re-engraved by Sidney Smith for Charles E. Goodspeed in 1908, and colored by Mr. Smith's daughter, Amy....

Location: Cambridge, MA, US

Auction House: CRN Auctions

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Paul Revere Autograph - Gilbert Stuart Etching

Lot 135: Paul Revere Autograph - Gilbert Stuart Etching

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Rare Gilbert Stuart Etching of Paul Revere together with an autograph of Paul Revere, inset in the framed mat. Framed size: H 10", W 7-1/2", mat opening of print H 5", W 4", mat opening of autograph: H 1-1/4, W 4". Some grime under glass. Foxing. Please see terms and conditions of sale...

Location: Branford, CT, US

Auction House: New Haven Auctions

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Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Restrike

Lot 278: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Restrike

Auction Date: Sep 27, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Boston Restrike. Paul Revere Engraved early Restrike (circa 1882). From the original Copper-plate impression on heavy period wove paper from original engraving made by Revere c. 1762. Reads "This may Certify all whom it may Concern; that the Bearer hereof______is an Enlisted MONTROSS at his MAJEFTY`S NORTH-BATTERY, in Boston, under my Command. Given under my Hand this _____ In the _____year of his Majef(s)ty's reign." Inscribed within the plate at lower right, just below the ship, "P Revere Sculp.?. Measures 5.875 in. x 8 in. plate size and 9.5 in. x 10 in. sheet size. Ex/Ex+ condition. Unframed, loose and not glued or mounted. Includes COA from EAC Gallery. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items....

Location: Davenport, WA, US

Auction House: Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC

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Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Restrike

Lot 278: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Restrike

Auction Date: Sep 19, 2019

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Paul Revere Engraved NORTH-BATTERY Boston Restrike. Paul Revere Engraved early Restrike (circa 1882). From the original Copper-plate impression on heavy period wove paper from original engraving made by Revere c. 1762. Reads "This may Certify all whom it may Concern; that the Bearer hereof______is an Enlisted MONTROSS at his MAJEFTY`S NORTH-BATTERY, in Boston, under my Command. Given under my Hand this _____ In the _____year of his Majef(s)ty's reign." Inscribed within the plate at lower right, just below the ship, "P Revere Sculp.?. Measures 5.875 in. x 8 in. plate size and 9.5 in. x 10 in. sheet size. Ex/Ex+ condition. Unframed, loose and not glued or mounted. Includes COA from EAC Gallery. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items....

Location: Davenport, WA, US

Auction House: Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC

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PAUL REVERE PLATEBLOCK

Lot 413: PAUL REVERE PLATEBLOCK

Auction Date: Aug 26, 2019

Estimate: $80 - $330

Description: PAUL REVERE PLATEBLOCK...

Location: Middletown, CT, US

Auction House: Carroll's Auctioneers & Appraisers

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