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copperplate engraver, Water colorist, Cartoonist, b. 1734 - d. 1818

Paul Revere (/r?'v??r/; December 21, 1734 O.S. (January 1, 1735 N.S.)[N 1] – May 10, 1818) was an American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, Sons of Liberty member and Patriot and Founding Father. He is best known for his midnight ride to alert the colonial militia in April 1775 to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord, as dramatized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1861 poem, "Paul Revere's Ride".

At age 41, Revere was a prosperous, established and prominent Boston silversmith. He had helped organize an intelligence and alarm system to keep watch on the British military. Revere later served as a Massachusetts militia officer, though his service ended after the Penobscot Expedition, one of the most disastrous campaigns of the American Revolutionary War, for which he was absolved of blame.

Following the war, Revere returned to his silversmith trade. He used the profits from his expanding business to finance his work in iron casting, bronze bell and cannon casting, and the forging of copper bolts and spikes. In 1800, he became the first American to successfully roll copper into sheets for use as sheathing on naval vessels.

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            • Paul Revere Bowls
              Feb. 29, 2024

              Paul Revere Bowls

              Est: -

              Paul Revere Bowls

              Vogel Real Estate & Auctions
            • PAUL REVERE ENGRAVED PORTRAIT SIGNED BY ARTIST SAMUEL HOLLYER, AFTER ST. MEMIN
              Feb. 25, 2024

              PAUL REVERE ENGRAVED PORTRAIT SIGNED BY ARTIST SAMUEL HOLLYER, AFTER ST. MEMIN

              Est: $300 - $500

              c. 1887, Engraved Portrait of Paul Revere, Artist Signed, "S. Hollyer" (Samuel Hollyer 1826-1919), after St. Memin 1804, Extremely Fine. An excellent Engraved Portrait of Paul Revere, Jr. measuring 4.5" x 6.25". Image shows an older stately Paul Revere in profile facing left with his large facsimile of his signature below. The bottom portion has printed in small text: "Eng. by Hollyer after St. Memin 1804". Research tells us this engraving was published circa 1887. Light tone to the far right and bottom margin edges from prior display. At bottom right is the clear, easily readable handwritten pencil artist's signature, "S. Hollyer". Samuel Hollyer (1826-1919) was an engraver who worked both in his native England and the United States. His obituary in the New York Times describes his as "one of the last, if not the very last, of the old school of line engravers." A rare, "S. Hollyer" (Samuel Hollyer), of this handsome engraving of Paul Revere.

              Raynor's Historical Collectible Auctions
            • PAUL REVERE ETCHING OF THE MITRED MINUET
              Dec. 09, 2023

              PAUL REVERE ETCHING OF THE MITRED MINUET

              Est: $7,000 - $10,000

              REVERE, Paul (1735-1818), engraver. "The Mitred Minuet." From The Royal American Magazine, Vol. I, no. 10, Published [Boston,] October 1774. Etching on paper. 4 5/8" x 7 1/4" plate, 5 /18" x 8 1/4" sheet, 7 1/2" x 10 1/2" framed. 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.

              Arader Galleries
            • Paul Revere Reproduction Sterling Cream/Sugar
              Oct. 18, 2023

              Paul Revere Reproduction Sterling Cream/Sugar

              Est: $100 - $150

              A cream and sugar in sterling, marked to underside. Total weight 9.22 ozt.

              Caza Sikes
            • Paul Revere Copper Toned Kitchen Ware
              Sep. 27, 2023

              Paul Revere Copper Toned Kitchen Ware

              Est: -

              Pickup on Thursday, Sep 28, 2023 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for will be automatically charged to the card on file.

              Aether Auctions
            • Paul Revere Pottery Saturday Evening Girls Vase
              Sep. 27, 2023

              Paul Revere Pottery Saturday Evening Girls Vase

              Est: $100 - $1,000

              An antique early 20th Century Arts and Crafts Saturday Evening Girls porcelain bud vase for Paul Revere Pottery (Boston) by artist Fannie Levine (fl. 19th and 20th centuries). Rectangular progressively tapering body with wide square rim. Glazed exterior with cobalt blue to top, mottled pink to bottom, and impressed round landscape scene with rabbit and hand painted letters C.B.W. Artist signed initials to underside F.L. with hand painted Saturday Evening Girls S.E.G. mark and dated August 1918 to underside. Dimensions: 4 X 2.5 X 2.5 in. Condition: Good overall condition having mild age related surface wear. Estate fresh to the market. Shipping: Hill Auction Gallery offers in-house ground contiguous USA domestic shipping, excluding New Mexico, for $45 plus insurance. Gallery will refer third party shippers for international buyers. Purchaser pick up available upon request.

              Hill Auction Gallery
            • Paul Revere Reproduction Pitchers Small/Large,
              Sep. 12, 2023

              Paul Revere Reproduction Pitchers Small/Large,

              Est: -

              Ring Box, Flatware

              Wehrly's Auction Service
            • PAUL REVERE COPPER COOKING POTS
              Aug. 27, 2023

              PAUL REVERE COPPER COOKING POTS

              Est: $200 - $300

              Nice set.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • Paul Revere Pottery Art Nouveau Vase, Saturday Evening Girls
              Aug. 05, 2023

              Paul Revere Pottery Art Nouveau Vase, Saturday Evening Girls

              Est: $100 - $200

              Paul Revere Pottery Art Nouveau Vase, Saturday Evening Girls. Small white vase with black and blue decoration, stamped on underside Paul Revere Pottery. Paul Revere Pottery was a woman run pottery founded during the Progressive Era in Boston MA, at the turn of the 20th C. Dimensions are 4.75 in h x 4.5 in w x 4.5 in d. Condition is as-is with a crack on one side and some tiny chips.

              Public Sale Auction House
            • Paul Revere, And The Raiders Lp - Goin’ To Memphis
              Aug. 03, 2023

              Paul Revere, And The Raiders Lp - Goin’ To Memphis

              Est: -

              Pickup on Friday, Aug 4, 2023 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for will be automatically charged to the card on file.

              Aether Auctions
            • Paul Revere F.b. Rogers Silver Co. Reproduction Serving Bowl Lot
              Jul. 20, 2023

              Paul Revere F.b. Rogers Silver Co. Reproduction Serving Bowl Lot

              Est: -

              Pickup on Saturday, Jul 22, 2023 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Shipping is NOT AVAILABLE. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not picked up will be automatically charged to the card on file.

              Aether Auctions
            • Paul Revere Sterling Silver Pepper Pot
              Jul. 18, 2023

              Paul Revere Sterling Silver Pepper Pot

              Est: $20,000 - $30,000

              Approx. 5-1/2" tall. Total weight 129 grams. Bottom is hallmarked with (4) "PR" initials in block letters, along with letters "F W E". This item was found many years ago in a small town bordering the State of Maine US border. As per Revere's method of entering / inscribing / engraving the family name of the purchaser on the bottom of his items, he engraved "W. & E. & F". The records of the day show only one family entering New Brunswick as William and Elizabeth Farrell (the only W. & E. F. on record for that period). The letter placements are important, the "F" above the "W & E" is important as it denotes the family surname initial and the 2 lower initials indicate the given first names. Most people traveled with small personal items during that period, as they were travelling a significant distance. The Revere Museum in Boston checked his day books, "W. & E. F" are not listed, but they advise that much of Revere's work did not get listed in the books.

              Weiss Auctions
            • Paul Revere & The Raiders - Goin’ To Memphis
              Jun. 27, 2023

              Paul Revere & The Raiders - Goin’ To Memphis

              Est: -

              Pickup on Wednesday, Jun 28, 2023 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for will be automatically charged to the card on file.

              Aether Auctions
            • Paul Revere Pottery Fannie Levine Landscape Vase
              Jun. 18, 2023

              Paul Revere Pottery Fannie Levine Landscape Vase

              Est: $400 - $600

              Mustard yellow ground, landscape borders, impressed Paul Revere Pottery mark, signed FL, 9-23. Overall 4.25" h. x 3.75". Condition: Minor hairlines at top rim.

              Amero Auctions
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Jun. 04, 2023

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • 1770 PAUL REVERE, The Bloody BOSTON MASSACRE, Original Hand-Colored Engraving
              May. 27, 2023

              1770 PAUL REVERE, The Bloody BOSTON MASSACRE, Original Hand-Colored Engraving

              Est: $150,000 - $200,000

              Autographs 1770 Paul Revere's Original Hand-Colored Engraving of The Bloody "Boston Massacre" Considered The Most Famous and Historic Engraved Print in American History (PAUL REVERE) (1734-1818). Original Engraved Print titled: "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), One of only 29 Known, most held in Institutional Collections, Framed, Apperance of Fine. PAUL REVERE (1734-1818). Authentic Engraved, Printed & Sold Historic Print titled: "The BLOODY MASSACRE perpetrated in King - Street, on March 5th 1770, by a party of the 29th Regt." Caption at lower right, boxed within the dramatic scene reads: "Engrav'd Printed & Sold by PAUL REVERE, BOSTON" (March 1770). This example is one of only 29 authentic original prints known existent. Most remain unavailable to collectors being held in institutional collections. The most important and famous American Copper-Plate Engraving, printed and sold by Boston Patriot Silversmith Paul Revere, Jr., that is widely seen illustrated in virtually every American History reference book. Revere's Copper-Plate engraving was advertised for sale in the March 26th, 1770 editions of the "Boston Evening Post" and the "Boston Gazette" (printed by Benjamin Edes) 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. This cataloger, while attending Northeastern University in Boston (1971-1976), visited the Massachusetts State house on Beacon Hill in Boston, having arranged for a viewing of the existing Copper-Plate engraved by Paul Revere held in the State's archives. It proved a memory of a lifetime, holding that original plate in my hands for close examination. Chills went up my arms when I turned that original Revere engraved plate over to view its reverse. I still get goose bumps remembering my amazement that the reverse side was also engraved by Revere, used for Sheet of rare 1775 "Sword in Hand" Revolutionary War Colonial Currency notes, bearing its historic vignette of a patriot "Minuteman" holding his Sword in one hand and a copy of the "Magna Charta" in his other (after November of 1776, the plate was reengraved to read "Independence"). The legend above his head reads, "Issued in defence of American Liberty." It was a remarkable and amazing experience, much as your having the opportunity to acquire a 1770 printed "original" made off that same Copper-Plate that I held in my hands. The engraving was a powerful propaganda tool that helped to galvanize public opinion against the British, and helped spark the coming American Revolution. The image depicted British soldiers firing on unarmed civilians and was designed to evoke outrage and sympathy for the victims of the "Massacre". Originally 200 copies of the engraving were printed by Sons of Liberty member Benjamin Edes for Revere, the image was widely distributed throughout the colonies and helped to fuel anti-British sentiment. "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, page 48. This Engraving is Hand-Colored, and measures about 11.5" tall x 9.5" wide (290 x 240 mm). It is professionally framed, viewed through special "TRU VUE" coated UV protective glass, and custom mounted within a surrounding light tan mat. This Engraving is printed on laid period paper, having professional conservation to some text, with restorations and repairs. It is laid down on archival acid fee paper for support, preservation, and presentation. There are restored losses at the upper right and lower left corners measuring about 50 x 40 mm and at top affecting the final two words at the title's end, that have been restored. Restorations to some smaller chips along the marginal outer edges. Several small internal and edge chips have been restored in the background buildings at right, some wear and slight losses are visible along the repaired tears with conservation. The clock-face has been filled-in hand-colored. Overall, viewed as framed, this print retains it exciting politically charged theme. A most prized possession, this important engraving is prominently featured in virtually every Colonial, Revolutionary War era, and American history book. It is lacking in most institutional and personal collections. An important, rare opportunity to acquire one of the few available original copies of Paul Revere's Engraved Print: "The BLOODY MASSACRE perpetrated in King - Street, BOSTON on March 5th 1770, by a party of the 29th Regt." The Bloody Massacre Engraving remains a pivotal, critically important historical artifact that played a highly significant role in shaping American history. It helped to fuel the American Revolutionary fervor that eventually led to American Independence, and it stands as a reminder of the power of propaganda in shaping public opinion. Paul Revere's political engraving "The Bloody Massacre", was the most provocative and stirring American propaganda engravings, leading up to the American Revolution. It depicts the events of March 5, 1770, when British soldiers of the 29th Regiment fired into a crowd of American colonists in Boston, killing five people. Revere also made and engraved a "Sons of Liberty" Silver Punch Bowl in 1768 (currently displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), which is widely regarded as the most famous example of Colonial American Presentation Silver. See: "The Engravings of Paul Revere", Clarence Brigham 14: Stokes & Haskell, 1770-C-10, Stauffer, 2675. Presumed second state [with a small clock tower]. 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." Provenance: Eric Caren (his sale, Bonham's, New York, April 7th, 2014, lot 51); Ambassador J. William Middendorf II Collection. ______ * Next Page? Paul Revere's inflammatory Copper-Plate engraving titled, "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 pro-revolutionary themes to raise money for the dissident organization. The best known among these engravings are a depiction of the arrival of British troops in 1768 and the present depiction of the March 1770 Boston Massacre. Revere also made and engraved a "Sons of Liberty" punch bowl in 1768 (currently displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), which is widely regarded as the most famous example of Colonial American Presentation Silver. The momentous event, the evening of March 5th 1770 in which five Bostonians died by soldiers of the 29th British Regiment's musketry took on great political symbolic significance in the highly charged fervor over the public affairs between England and its American colonies, particularly in "hotbed" Massachusetts. As a founding member of the Sons of Liberty, Paul Revere immediately recognized the propaganda value of the deadly incident, and he "saw the opportunity of furthering the Patriot cause by circulating so significant a print" (See: Clarence S. Brigham, Paul Revere's Engravings, New York, 1969, pages 52-53). Revere's powerful depiction was based on a prior sketch of the bloody confrontation by Henry Pelham. Revere's engraving was advertised for sale in the March 26th, 1770 editions of the Boston Evening Post and the Boston Gazette (owned by fellow Sons of Liberty founding member Benjamin Edes), 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". Paul Revere and Benjamin Edes were also ringleaders in the "Boston Tea Party" of December 16th, 1773, when, in protest of unfairly levied taxes, American colonists dumped British 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 American 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 if the British were arriving by land, and "two if by sea." Considering the extreme value of original Paul Revere "Boston Massacre" Prints, as recently in January 2019 a finer quality example sold at a major New York City auction house for over $400,000. Paul Revere, Jr. was an American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, and historic Patriot in the American Revolution. He is best known for his midnight ride to alert the colonial militia in April 1775 to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord, as dramatized in Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "Paul Revere's Ride" (1861). At age 41, Revere was a prosperous, established and prominent Boston silversmith. He had helped organize an intelligence and alarm system to keep watch on the British military. Revere later served as a Massachusetts militia officer, though his service ended after the Penobscot Expedition, one of the most disastrous military campaigns of the American Revolutionary War, for which he was absolved of any blame. Following the American Revolutionary War, Revere returned to his silversmith trade. He used the profits from his expanding business to finance his work in iron casting, bronze bell and cannon casting, and the forging of copper bolts and spikes. About 1800, he became the first American to successfully roll copper into sheets, and to other forms of copper for use as on the United States first built naval vessels, including the frigate USS Constitution (a.k.a. "Old Ironsides), and later for sheathing covering the domed roof of the Massachusetts State House in Boston. This Hand-Colored original engraving, beneath the image is a poem which reads: "Unhappy Boston! See thy Sons deplore. Thy hallow'd Walks besmear'd with guiltless Gore. While faithless P-n and his savage Bands. With murd'rous Rancour stretch their bloody Hands; Like fierce Barbarians grinning o'er their Prey, Approve the Carnage and enjoy the Day. If scalding drops from Rage from Anguish Wrung if Speechless Sorrows lab'ring for a Tongue, or if a weeping World can ought appease The plaintive Ghosts of Victims such s these; The Patriot's copious Tears for each are shed, a Glorious Tribute which embalms the Dead. But know Fate summons to that awful Goal, Where justice strips the Murd'rer of his Soul; Should venal C-ts the scandal of the Land, Snatch the relentless Villain from her Hand, Keen Execrations on this Plate inscrib'd Shall reach a Judge who never can be brib'd." Beneath is Revere's hand-engraved script text which reads: "The unhappy Suffers were Mess s Sam L Gray, Sam L Maverick, Jam S Caldwell, Crispus Attucks, & Patk Carr. Killed Six. wounded: two of them (Christ R Monk & John Clark) Mortally." Above the image is the formal title: "The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King-Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of the 29th Regt." The scene features the American colonists to the left, and the British 29th Regiment soldiers firing rifles with bayonets to the right. There are eight soldiers, all wearing red coats and hats, with one of their legs extended forward. In the foreground, behind the regiment, is the British commander, Captain Preston with Sword Raised. Between the soldiers and colonists is a thick cloud of smoke; two pair of legs are visible beneath. There are about twenty-four colonists in various states of panic and casualties from musket shot. Three are prostrate on the ground and bleeding; two have been shot in the head, and one shot in the chest. Two men help to move another wounded man away, who has been shot in the chest. A fifth man in the background is bleeding from the head. One man extends his arm towards the soldiers, one man looks away from the scene with his hand in his pocket, another figure has a cloak draped around his/her shoulders and with arms folded looking right. In the foreground is a spotted dog beside the boxed text: "Engrav'd Printed & Sold by Paul Revere Boston." In the background are several buildings including, and labeled: Butcher's Hall and the Custom House with balcony; in the center is the State House with clock and central balcony. To the left is a raised steeple of the First Church with cupola, and a chimney billowing smoke, as well as a crescent moon facing left in the upper-left corner. The weathervane of the Old State House intersects with the text above the image. The Engraving of "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.", was created by Paul Revere, a silversmith, engraver, and metalworker. Revere was a founding member of the Boston "Sons of Liberty," a group of American patriots who opposed British rule, who typically held their meeting at the Green Dragon Tavern in Boston, often together with fellow compatriots; printer Benjamin Edes, John Hancock, Samuel Adams and Doctor Joseph Warren. As a member of the Sons of Liberty, a militant Patriot group formed in 1765, Revere produced engravings with Pro-Revolutionary themes to raise money for their dissident organization. The best known among these prints is a depiction of the "Arrival of British Troops in 1768 landing at Boston Harbor" and the present depiction of the March 1770 "Boston Massacre" is the most significant. Revere also made and engraved a "Sons of Liberty" punch bowl in 1768 The tragic event of the evening of March 5th, 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 American colonies, particularly in "hotbed" Massachusetts. Paul Revere immediately recognized the potential propaganda value of the incident, and "saw the opportunity of furthering the patriot cause by circulating so significant a print" (See: Clarence S. Brigham, "Paul Revere's Engravings", New York, 1969, pages 52-53). Revere's powerful depiction was based on a sketch of the bloody confrontation by Henry Pelham. Revere's Copper-Plate engraving was advertised for sale in the March 26th, 1770 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. The image also played an important role in shaping the narrative of the Boston Massacre. At the time, there was a great deal of debate over who was responsible for the violence. Some argued that the colonists had provoked the soldiers by throwing snowballs and insults, while others blamed the British soldiers for using excessive force. The Bloody Massacre Engraving helped to cement the idea that the British soldiers were the aggressors and that they had wantonly fired on innocent civilians. Paul Revere was a ringleader in rallying the Boston Tea Party of December 16th, 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."

              Early American History Auctions
            • PAUL REVERE AMERICAN ART POTTERY DISH. RABBIT BUNNY DESIGN. RICH GOLDEN MUSTARD GLAZE WITH CENTRAL R
              May. 23, 2023

              PAUL REVERE AMERICAN ART POTTERY DISH. RABBIT BUNNY DESIGN. RICH GOLDEN MUSTARD GLAZE WITH CENTRAL R

              Est: $120 - $200

              PAUL REVERE American Art Pottery Dish. Rabbit Bunny Design. Rich golden mustard glaze with central rabbit image. Marked. Dimensions: H: 8 inches: W: 8 inches: D: 1 inches --- US Shipping charge: In house shipping available. Will be calculated once destination known. Plus insurance at a rate of $1 per hundred.

              Uniques & Antiques
            • Paul Revere Pottery "The Mayflower" Tile
              May. 20, 2023

              Paul Revere Pottery "The Mayflower" Tile

              Est: $300 - $500

              Paul Revere Pottery "The Mayflower" Tile early 20th century glazed earthenware marked with circular ink stamp 3 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches (plaque) 8 x 8 inches (frame)

              Fontaine's Auction Gallery
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Apr. 17, 2023

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Lexington Concord medallion
              Apr. 01, 2023

              Paul Revere Lexington Concord medallion

              Est: -

              very good condition

              Lark Mountain Auction Company
            • PAUL REVERE COPPER COOKING POTS
              Mar. 31, 2023

              PAUL REVERE COPPER COOKING POTS

              Est: $100 - $150

              Nice set.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • PAUL REVERE COPPER AND BRASS POT RACK
              Mar. 31, 2023

              PAUL REVERE COPPER AND BRASS POT RACK

              Est: $25 - $50

              Hard to find accessory. 22 1/2" long.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • PAUL REVERE COPPER FRYING PANS
              Mar. 31, 2023

              PAUL REVERE COPPER FRYING PANS

              Est: $75 - $125

              1776-1976. 8 1/2" diameter and 10 1/2" diameter.

              Davis Brothers Auction
            • Paul Revere Pottery, Tile
              Mar. 16, 2023

              Paul Revere Pottery, Tile

              Est: $600 - $800

              Paul Revere Pottery Tile USA, c. 1915 glazed earthenware 5.125 h x 5.125 w in (13 x 13 cm) Tile features glossy finish with a peacock and a small bird in a tree. Ink-stamped circular manufacturer's mark to reverse. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

              Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
            • Paul Revere Sterling Silver Bowl
              Jan. 28, 2023

              Paul Revere Sterling Silver Bowl

              Est: $300 - $500

              Sterling Bowl. With embossed scrolling pattern on round footed base. Marked P. Revere, sterling and #2617AC. 9dia x4.5h. 18.885 ozt

              Main Auction Galleries
            • Paul Revere Reproduction Sterling Silver Bowl
              Jan. 28, 2023

              Paul Revere Reproduction Sterling Silver Bowl

              Est: $250 - $450

              By International. The piece is very nicely cared for and in good overall condition. No monogram or chasing. H3 3/8" W6 1/2" 378 grams standard Sold from the collection of a Charlotte, NC family.

              Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers
            • The Bloody Massacre PAUL REVERE, 1770
              Jan. 20, 2023

              The Bloody Massacre PAUL REVERE, 1770

              Est: $120,000 - $150,000

              The Bloody Massacre Paul Revere, 1770 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 in 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. Presumed second state [with a small clock tower reading 10:20 (the clock reading 8:10 in the first state)]. 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." Engraving with hand-coloring, (290 x 240mm). Printed on laid paper (laid down with restored losses to upper right corner measuring 50 x 40mm approx. and affecting 2 words of title, smaller chips along edges and 2 pea-sized chips in background buildings at right, wear and slight losses visible along the many repaired tears, clock-face colored in.) Framed. /Provenance/: Eric Caren (his sale, Bonham's, New York, 7 April 2014, lot 51.) Read more

              Christie's
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Jan. 19, 2023

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Print, Paul Revere
              Jan. 13, 2023

              Print, Paul Revere

              Est: $400 - $600

              After Paul Revere (American, 1735-1818), "The Town of Boston in New England and Brittish Ships of War Landing their Troops! 1768," circa 1770, engraving, without publishing, on laid paper, plate: 8"h x 12.25"w, sheet: 9"h x 13.5"w. Provenance: Estate of Joanna Barnes and Jack Warner (Santa Barbara, California). Ms. Barnes was a Hollywood film actress featured in movies such as "Auntie Mame (1958)" and "The Parent Trap (1961)". Mr. Warner was a prominent architect.

              Clars Auctions
            • Paul Revere vase and plates
              Jan. 08, 2023

              Paul Revere vase and plates

              Est: $250 - $350

              Paul Reverevase and plates Boston, MA glazed ceramic impressed marks, original label vase: 4"h x 2.5"dia plates, each: 7.75"dia

              Treadway Gallery
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Dec. 29, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • PAUL REVERE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY KENNEL CLUB TROPHY BOWL
              Dec. 16, 2022

              PAUL REVERE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY KENNEL CLUB TROPHY BOWL

              Est: $200 - $400

              PAUL REVERE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY KENNEL CLUB TROPHY BOWL American, 20th century, sterling (Fisher). Reproduction Paul Revere bowl inscribed for the Open Challenger Trophy listing Fall Retriever Trial winners with ownership of bowl going to first owner to win three times.

              Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Dec. 01, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Pottery, Tile
              Nov. 02, 2022

              Paul Revere Pottery, Tile

              Est: $600 - $800

              Paul Revere Pottery Tile USA, c. 1915 glazed earthenware 5.125 h x 5.125 w in (13 x 13 cm) Glossy tile showing a peacock and a small bird in a tree. Ink-stamped circular manufacturer's mark to reverse. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

              Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Oct. 27, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Route Picture Book
              Oct. 15, 2022

              Paul Revere Route Picture Book

              Est: -

              very good condition

              Lark Mountain Auction Company
            • Paul Revere Pottery egg cup and small plate. Egg cup in green with chick and Joe His Cup and the
              Oct. 02, 2022

              Paul Revere Pottery egg cup and small plate. Egg cup in green with chick and Joe His Cup and the

              Est: $100 - $200

              Paul Revere Pottery egg cup and small plate. Egg cup in green with chick and Joe His Cup and the plate with tulip and marked J D 34, (joseph Driscol) Height 2.75 in and diameter 6.25 in

              Tremont Auctions
            • AMERICAN REDLICH CO SILVER ICE BOWL WITH TONGS
              Oct. 01, 2022

              AMERICAN REDLICH CO SILVER ICE BOWL WITH TONGS

              Est: $100 - $150

              A nice quality American sterling silver ice bowl and ice tongs made by Redlich and Co. in the style of Paul Revere. Paul Revere, 1734 to 1818, was an American silversmith, engraver, early industrialist, Sons of Liberty member, and Patriot and Founding Father. Redlich and Co. were manufacturers of sterling novelties, hollowware and some goldwork from New York, 1895 to 1946. The bowl is marked to the bottom: Sterling, 2853, 10 in., and the makers mark depicting a lion. Both items are marked: Sterling. Collectible Silverware And Tableware, American Decorative Collectibles. Total Weight 1150 grams

              Antique Arena Inc
            • Paul Revere (SEG) Pottery Baby Dish.
              Oct. 01, 2022

              Paul Revere (SEG) Pottery Baby Dish.

              Est: $250 - $350

              Rabbit decoration by Fannie Levine, 1924, impressed signature, also artist signed FL 7-24. Diameter 6.25 inches.

              Casco Bay Auctions
            • "PAUL REVERE" STERLING SILVER BOWL BY INTERNATIONAL SILVER.
              Sep. 29, 2022

              "PAUL REVERE" STERLING SILVER BOWL BY INTERNATIONAL SILVER.

              Est: $100 - $200

              American 20th Century. Approximately 7.325"d. 19.85 oz.

              Amelia Jeffers
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Sep. 01, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Aug. 25, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere bottle
              Jul. 30, 2022

              Paul Revere bottle

              Est: -

              great condition

              Lark Mountain Auction Company
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Jun. 02, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              May. 26, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle
              Apr. 28, 2022

              Paul Revere Decorated Blue glass bottle

              Est: $25 - $30

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

              Baker's Antiques and Auctions
            • Paul Revere Sterling Silver Meat Fork
              Apr. 24, 2022

              Paul Revere Sterling Silver Meat Fork

              Est: $100 - $200

              Lyra shape sterling fork with fluted border. Manufacture's marks to underside, 9.125" long. Weight- 4.71ozt

              Main Auction Galleries
            • PAUL REVERE STERLING BOWL BY GORHAM
              Apr. 16, 2022

              PAUL REVERE STERLING BOWL BY GORHAM

              Est: $200 - $350

              PAUL REVERE STERLING BOWL BY GORHAM American, mid-century. Elegant, footed form, marked underfoot for Gorham, sterling, #41659, and "P. Revere Reproduction". 4.25" height, 7.5" diameter; 570 grams

              Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
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