between the leaves. Martha Washington standing to left, leaning on
the back of the chair, knitting, two children on the left, to the rear.
Height 23 5-16 inches; width 17 9-16 inches.
Painted by Alonzo Chappel. Eng 1 ? by H. B. Hall. Entered ac-
cording to Act of Congress A. D 1867 by H. B. Hall Jr. in the clerks
office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.
India proof before the inscription.
1039. MOUNT VERNON IN THE OLDEN TIME. Washington at -
30 years of age. (Returned from the hunt with the spoils of the
chase.) Line, stipple.
Height 18 12-16 inches-, width 24 6-16 inches.
Drawn by A Henning. Engraved by H. B. Hall, New York.
Published and Engraved under the Superintendence of W H Holbrooke
Broadway and Pall Mall London. (Copyright 1855.)
1040. WASHINGTON AND HIS MOTHER. Full figure in uniform
seated to left of a table, conversing with his mother, who is seated
to the right. Mixed.
Height 15 inches; length 21 8-16 inches.
Painted by Henry Brueckner. Engraved by John C. McRae.
Published by John C. McRae N. Y.
1041. WASHINGTON'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH HIS WIFE.
Full length in uniform, with chapeau in right hand, a sword resting
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
on the forearm, the left hand resting on the back of an arm-chair, to
the right of Mrs. Custis seated at a window; two children playing on
the floor. Mixed.
Height 17 inches; length 21 12-16 inches.
Painted by J. W. Ehninger Engraved by G. R. Hall. "From
the Original Painted Expressly for this Engraving." Published by
Pike's New York Opera House Association Office 627 Broadway
1042. THE PRAYER AT VALLEY FORGE. Full length in uniform
and cloak, kneeling in the open ; to the right a horse, camp-fire, soldiers,
etc. ; in the rear to the left the old mill at Valley Forge. Mixed.
Height 15 4-16 inches; length 21 10-16 inches.
Painted by H. Brueckner Eng<? by John C. McRae. Published
by John C. McRae 100 Liberty. S 1 . New York. (Copyright 1866.)
1043. THE SAME. Before the publisher's address.
1044. WASHINGTON'S LAST INTERVIEW WITH HIS MOTHER.
Full length, in civilian's dress, with his arm around the neck of his
mother; by his side to right, a dog; to the left an arm-chair partly
Height 24 inches; width 17 13-16 inches.
Published by Pike's New York Opera House Association Office 627
Broadway N. Y. Printed by H. E. Coates, N. Y.
1045. WASHINGTON AND HIS GENERALS. Full figure in uniform,
with chapeau in left hand. The right resting on a sword, in the
centre of a room near a table, with the other generals grouped around
Height 17 4-16 inches; width 24 4-16 inches.
Drawn and Engraved by A H Ritchie.
1046. THE SAME. Choice proof before the inscription. New York Pub-
lished by Emil Seitz. (Copyright 1871.)
1047. THE FIRST PRAYER IN CONGRESS. September, 1774, in
Carpenter's Hall, Philadelphia. (Washington partly visible, kneeling
in prayer.) Mezzotinto.
Height 15 8-16 inches; length 22 6-16 inches.
Painted by T. H. Matteson. Engraved on steel by H. S. Sadd.
"From the Original Picture Painted Expressly for this Engraving."
Published by John Neale 56 Carmine Street, New York. With key.
1048. THE SAME. In colors.
1049. WASHINGTON DELIVERING HIS INAUGURAL ADDRESS.
April, 1789, in the old City Hall, New York. Full length, in civilian's
dress, the right hand pointing to a scroll on a table to left, the left
hand holding a dress sword, etc. Mixed.
Height 18 inches; length 25 inches.
Painted by T. H. Matteson. Engraved on steel by H. S. Sadd.
"From the Original Picture Painted Expressly for this Engraving."
Published by William Pate 58 & 60 Fulton St. N. Y. (Copyright
1050. THE SAME. Colored.
1051. WASHINGTON'S LAST INTERVIEW WITH HIS MOTHER.
Full figure in uniform, kneeling at the feet of his mother, who is seated
in a chair to the left. Mezzotinto.
Height 26 14-16 inches; width 21 14-16 inches.
Painted by W H Powell. Engraved by Henry Cousins. " George
Washington having been unanimously elected President of the United
States, before assuming the Chief Magistracy, visited Fredericksburgh
to bid an affectionate farewell to his mother. ' You will see me no
more,' she said, 'my great age, and the disease that is rapidly ap-
proaching my vitals, warns me, that I shall not be long in this world.
I trust in God, I am somewhat prepared for a better. But go, George,
fulfil the high destinies which Heaven appears to assign you; go, my
son, and may that Heaven's and your mother's blessing be with you
always." New York Published Jari? i? 1864 by William Schaus 749
1052. "Father I cannot tell a Lie; I cut the Tree." (The
Youth Washington and his Father, in an orchard near a cherry tree
which has been cut with an ax, etc.) Mixed.
Height 14 14-16 inches; length 21 8-16 inches.
Painted by G. G. White. Engraved by John C. McRae. Pub-
lished by John C. McRae, 100 Liberty S l . New York.
1053. The British surrendering their Arms to Gen: Wash-
ington after their defeat at York Town in Virginia October 1781.
Full length in uniform with chapeau in right hand resting upon a
sword, the point upon the ground; the left hand resting on the hip;
to the left a horse saddled, held by a negro, and group of American
officers; in the center Generals Knox, De Lauzun, Nelson, Lafayette;
to the right, Lord Cornwallis, surrounded by his officers, in the act
of handing his sword to Washington. In the extreme right a repre-
sentation of the downfall of Royalty, etc. Line.
Height 21 8-16 inches; length 32 13-16 inches.
Drawn by John Francis Renault. Engraved by Tanner, Vallance,
Kearney & Co. and W Allen. "To the Defenders of American
Independence, this print is most respectfully inscribed by their fellow-
citizen ] T . F c ! s Renault, assistant Secretary to the Count de Grasse,
and Engineer to the French Army at the Siege of York." Entered
according to Act of Congress, the 28^ day of January 1819.
repaired. Original impression.
1054. THE SAME. Reprint, colored.
loss- WASHINGTON'S ADIEU TO HIS GENERALS. Vide " Irving's
Life of Washington," page 441, vol. iv. Published by G. P. Putnam.
Full length, standing in a batteau being rowed from a wharf, upon
which the generals of the revolution are congregated. Mixed.
Height 17 12-16 inches; length 24 inches.
F. O. C. Barley, Fecit. Geo. R. Hall, Sculp. "Engraved by
permission from the original Drawing In the collection of the late
Washington Irving Esq." Printed by W. Pate. (Copyright 1860.)
1056. WASHINGTON. Full length in military coat; nearly full face. On
the lawn at Mount Vernon. The right hand resting upon a walking-
stick, the left arm close to body, with chapeau in hand. Mezzotinto.
Height 24 5-16 inches; width 17 inches.
Painted by T. Hicks. N. A. Engraved by H. Wright Smith.
v Copyright 1859.)
1057. THE SAME. Open letter proof.
1058. LADY WASHINGTON'S RECEPTION. Mixed.
Height 21 6-16 inches; length 32 12-16 inches.
Painted by D Huntington, P. N. A. Engraved by A H Ritchie.
From the original in the possession of A. T. Stewart Esq. Emit
Seitz Publisher, New York. (Copyright 1867.)
1059. THE SAME. Trial proof.
1060. THE HOME OF WASHINGTON. Full length standing on the
piazza at Mount Vernon, Lady Washington and Nelly Custis seated
to the right; small child leaning on the knee of Lady Washington,
G. W. P. Custis to the left. In the field to the left a negro woman
and child playing. Mixed.
Height 18 8-16 inches; length 29 12-16 inches.
Painted by T. P. Rossiter & L R. Mignot, Engraved by Tho*
Oldham Barlow. Proof.
1061. HISTORICAL MONUMENT OF OUR COUNTRY. Full
length, standing on a monument, at the head of a procession of the
Presidents of the United States; underneath the monument an alle-
gorical scene descriptive of the discovery of America and progress
of the United States. Line.
Height 21 12-16 inches; length 29 12-16 inches.
Painted by I. M. Enzing-Miller. Engraved by I. M. Enzing-
Miller. Copyright 1893, by Myers, Byrn & Crawford.
1062. THE SAME. " Family Monument From the History of our Country."
1063. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform and cocked hat,
head three-quarters to left. Mezzotinto.
Height 5 13-16 inches; width 4 13-16 inches.
Engraved by Max Rosenthal from a photograph in the possession
of Charles Henry Hart, Esq., of the painting owned by Professor
Vessely of Vienna, signed "John Fersworth, 1789." Copyright by
Max Rosenthal 1899. Only 25 sets in four states of this plate printed
and subscribed for: viz., Artist's proof, signed; India proof with
title; India proof with list of subscribers; and impression from defaced
plate. This set is No. 7.
1064. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust, head three-quarters to
right. Oval medallion suspended by a ring. Etched.
Height 3 12-16 indies; width a 15-16 inches.
From a miniature painted by Robert Field for Thomas Meredith.
Now in the possession of Mr. C. C. Moreau, New York city. Etched
and colored from the original miniature by Albert Rosenthal. Pub-
lished, New York January i, 1896, by Dodd, Mead & Co. In three
states: Artist's proof before letters, signed, colored, with Washington
crest in red; artist's proof, signed, colored, with the Washington crest
in black; and artist's proof, signed, uncolored. 3 pieces.
1065. THE SAME. Artist's proof, signed, poorly colored. Sold by the
printer without the consent of the artist.
1066. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face.
Oval medallion. Etched.
Height 3 inches: width 2 2-16 inches.
A. R. sc. From the miniature by John Ramage, 1789, in the
possession of Mrs Moses S. Beach. Philadelphia May 25'.* 1897.
Printed by E Opitz. Twenty copies in four states of the plate printed
and subscribed for: viz., Artist's remarque proof, signed, colored;
artist's remarque proof, signed, plain; lettered impression; impression
from the defaced plate; and proof of the remarque. (Etched by
Albert Rosenthal.) 5 pieces.
1067. THE SAME. Remarque proof before the coloring.
1068. Full bust in uniform, nearly full face. Oval medal-
lion. Wood engraving.
Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 8-16 inches.
(Engraved by Johnston after the miniature by Ramage.)
1069. G: WASHINGTON. LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA. Full bust, nearly full face, scroll in the right hand. Oval
in a rectangle. Stipple.
Height 6 1-16 inches; width 4 14-16 inches.
Painted by G. Hodson, at New York. Engraved by Charles B.
Hall from an Engraving by P, Dawe. In four states: viz., Artist's
proof on India paper, signed; India paper proof; plain impression;
and unfinished proof.
1070. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, profile to right. Line.
Height ii 5-16 inches; width 9 12-16 inches.
Ant. Canova, inv. e scolpi. G Tognoli dis. Aug. Bertini inc.
" Alia grande Nazione degli Stati Uniti di America." Baker, page 202.
1071. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to left. Line.
Height 10 15-16 inches; width 11 2-16 inches.
Ant Canova inv. e scolpi. G. Tognoli disegno. Dom. Marchetti
incise. "Alia grande Nazione degli Stati Uniti di America." Baker,
1072. WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to right. Outline.
Height 4 15-16 inches; width 4 3-16 inches.
Antonio Canova Sculpt. Engraved by Henry Moses. Published
by Septimus Prowett, 269, Strand. India Proof. Baker, page 202.
1073. CLARK MILLS'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Full figure
on horseback, on pedestal, in the open. Line.
Height 6 8-16 inches; width 4 11-16 inches.
Kirk, del. J. Rogers sc. Virtue & C. Publishers N. Y. Baker,
1074. GEORGE WASHINGTON. Standing figure.
Height 13 3-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches.
Drawn by H. Corbauld. Engraved by J. Thomson. From a
Statue by F. Chantrey. London, Published Jan. if 1 1827, by Colnaghi
6r Son, Pall Mall East. Baker, page 202. India proof.
STATUARY NOT DESCRIBED BY BAKER.
1075. GIORGIO WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing to right. Stipple.
Height ii inches; width 9 8-16 inches.
Ant. Canova inv. e scolpi. Luigi Rados incise. Statua in marmo
alquanto maggiore del naturale, destinata ad esser posta nella Sala
del Senate di Carolina in America.
1076. CANOVA'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing
to right. Outline.
Height 5 14-16 inches; width 3 13-16 inches.
H. Adlard, sculp*. Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts, 1833.
1077. Seated figure, facing to right. Vignette. Outline.
Height 4 10-16 inches; width 4 inches.
1078. CANOVA'S STATUE OF WASHINGTON. Seated figure, facing
to right. Vignette. Outline.
Height 4 2-16 inches; width 3 6-16 inches.
1079. STATUE OF WASHINGTON by H. K. Brown, Union Square,
New York. Full figure on horseback, on pedestal, facing to left.
Height 3 11-16 inches; width 3 8-16 inches.
Engraved by G. R. Hall. Printed by W. Pate. New York. G. P.
Putnam. India proof.
1080. PROPOSED COLOSSAL EQUESTRIAN STATUE OF WASH-
INGTON. Full figure on horseback, facing to the front. (In
Independence Square.) Mixed.
Height 6 8- 1 6 inches; width 5 inches.
Engraved by Jno Sartain from the Original Model by Stanhauser.
1 08 1. Standing figure, full face. Stipple.
Height 4 4-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches.
"Cincinnatus and Washington were greater in their retirement
than Caesar and Napoleon at the summit of their ambition." New
York, Charles Wells.
Title Page of Colton's Laocon.
1082. Standing figure, full face. Stipple.
Height 4 4-16 inches; width i 9-16 inches.
1083. - Standing figure in uniform leaning on a bundle of
Height 2 4-16 inches; width i 3-16 inches.
and standing figure in loose robe, with bundle of fasces in left hand;
Height a 2-16 inches; width i inch.
on one sheet. (Engraved by A. B. Durand.)
1084. AMERICA GUIDED BY WISDOM. On the foreground Min-
erva, the goddess of wisdom, is pointing to a shield supported
by the Genius of America, bearing the arms of the United States,
with the motto "Union and Independence," by which the country
enjoys the prosperity signified by the horn of plenty at the feet of
America. The second ground is occupied by a triumphal arch with
an equestrian statue of Washington placed in front, indicating the
progress of the liberal arts, etc. Line.
Height 15 4-16 inches; width 22 2-16 inches.
Drawn by John J. Barralett. Engraved by B. Tanner. "An Alle-
gorical representation of the United States, denoting their Indepen-
dence and prosperity."
1085. GENERAL WASHINGTON. A rock beaten by the sea, the outline
of which is so drawn as to make a profile portrait of Washington,
facing to left; the heading to a folio sheet with a beautifully composed
biography of Washington. Line.
Height 4 11-16 inches; width 10 10-16 inches.
G. Murray Sc. London Printed by W. S. Benke. Philadelphia
Reprinted by J. Maxwell 1811.
One of the most beautiful biographies ever written of Geo. Washington, and a fitting end to
this great collection of engraved portraits of that wonderful man.
CATALOGUE No. 9O6 PART II
HAMPTON L. CARSON
Catalogue compiled and sale At the Art Auction Rooms of
conducted by DAVIS & HARVEY,
STAN. V. HENKELS. 1112 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
CATALOGUE PRICE $1.50.
CATALOGUE No. 906 PART II
THE UNIQUE COLLECTION
Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin,
Gilbert Mottier de La Fayette
The largest and most valuable collection ever offered the public, and
world-noted on account of its many great rarities and completeness.
TO BE SOLD
Wednesday, April 2Oth, at 2.30 o'clock and 8 o'clock P.M,
and Thursday, April zist, at 10.30 o'clock A.M.
ON EXHIBITION Two DAYS PREVIOUS TO SALE.
Catalogue compiled and Sale At the Book Auction Rooms of
conducted by DAVIS & HARVEY,
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Catalogue Price $1.50.
Bids will be executed by the Auctioneer without charge.
Terms of Sale Cash.
All purchases must be settled for and removed on day imme-
diately following the sale.
DAVIS & HARVEY.
WM. F. FELL COMPANY
This catalogue embraces the second portion of the Hampton L. Carson
Collection of Engraved Portraits, etc., and includes a series of Portraits
of three of the most important factors in our struggle for independence,
viz., Thomas Jefferson, whose wise sayings and teachings enlightened the
American people on the fallacy of despotic government and instilled into
their hearts the fact that all men were born free and equal; Benjamin Franklin,
the great philosopher and patriot, from whose teachings the whole world
has benefited as much as from that of any other person, whose diplomacy
won over to us the sympathy and help of the French nation, without which
our independence would not have been attained, and whose statesmanship
steered the barque of the young Republic into the safe harbor of freedom
and self-government; and Gilbert Mottier de la Fayette, the brave and noble-
hearted Frenchman, whose generous impulse led him to sacrifice home ties,
to assist a struggling people to attain that freedom, for which he suffered
so much, to gain for his own country. These three names, Jefferson, Frank-
lin, Lafayette, are therefore fit to be associated; they formed the three sides
of the triangle which enclosed the great firmament of the Declaration of
Independence, from which scintillates the light from many other stars that
brighten the atmosphere of this great and glorious country.
It is the first time that any considerable collection of the portraits of
either of these patriots has been offered the public, and this catalogue gives
a list of such portraits, described after the admirable manner of the late
W. S. Baker. The collections are as nearly perfect as many years of re-
search and a great expenditure of money could make them possible, and
this is the first attempted list published, forming, as it does, a guide for
collectors, as well as giving a full and complete description of the many
rarities contained therein.
I have avoided to a great extent the use of superlative adjectives in
describing the rarity of these portraits; as so many instances occurred
when their use could be properly employed, I decided that it would become
monotonous, and have therefore only occasionally made mention of their
rarity, when a portrait of the most superlative rarity came under my observa-
tion. A glance at the reproductions will give the reader an idea of the quality
of the collection, and at the same time act as an incentive for a careful
perusal of the whole catalogue.
STAN. V. HENKELS.
PORTRAITS OF THOS. JEFFERSON
Rembrandt Peale Type 1-3
Chas. Willson Peale Type 3-4
Tade"e Kosciuscko Type 4-5
Gilbert Stuart Type 5-13
F. L. Cecile Type 16
Thos. Sully Type 16
St. Memin Type 16
M. Brown Type 17
Various Types 17-18
St. Memin Album 19
PORTRAITS OF BENJ. FRANKLIN
Chas. Willson Peale Type 21-22
B. Wilson Type 22-23
Vanloo Type : 2324
M. Chambertin Type 25-28
C. N. Cochin Type 28-41
Nini Type 42-43
Versailles Type 44
D. Martin Type 44~49
Duplessis Type 49-72
Profile Portraits 73-So
Benj. West Type 81-82
Thos. Gainsborough Type 82
Giacomo Touron Type 83
L. C. De Carmontelle Type 83-84
Thos. W. SumnerType 84
Miscellaneous Types 85-86
Memorial Designs and Scenes from Life 86-92
Members of Franklin's Family 93
PORTRAITS OF GILBERT MOTIER DE LAFAYETTE
Chas. Willson Peale Type 95~96
C. A. Jacobi Type 96-98
Quenedey Type 98-105
Lavachez Type 105-106
Jean Weyler Type 106-109
P. L. De Bucourt Type 109-112
L. Barre Type 112-113
Bournieu Type ii3- ZI 4
L. Le Paon Type 114-116
Martinet Type 116-117
Gerard Type 117-120
Ary Scheffer Type 121-125
Mme. Marchand Type, Ary Scheffer head 126-131
Julien Type, Ary Scheffer head i3 2 ~ I 33
Geille Type, Ary Scheffer head i33- I 34
Al. Massard Type, Ary Scheffer head 134-135
Miscellaneous Types, Ary Scheffer head 136-144
Caricatures and Scenes from Life 144-157
THOMAS JEFFERSON Esq.'
LOT 1086, REDUCED
ENGRAVED PORTRAITS OF THOS.
REMBRANDT PEALE TYPE.
1086. THOMAS JEFFERSON ESQ* VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES. Full bust, nearly full face, with white neckerchief and
turned-down coat collar. Stipple.
Height 13 4-16 inches; width 9 1-16 inches.
R. Peale Pinx D. Edwin sc.
Beautiful brilliant impression of this excessively rare print, and a magnificent specimen of
Edwin's best work.
1087. THOMAS JEFFERSON ESQ.? PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Fully described in preceding print. Stipple.
Height 12 4-16 inches; width 9 1-16 inches.
R. Peale Pinx. D. Edwin, sc.
Brilliant impression, with full margin; evidently an impression from the same plate as the pre-
ceeding print, the only difference being in the wording.
1088. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head slightly to left, white
neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval. Stipple.
Height 4 6-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches
Engraved by Harrison Jun?
Fine impression; exceedingly scarce.
1089. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Full bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, turned-up
collar to coat. Stipple.
Height 10 10- 1 6 inches; width & 7-16 inches.
R. Peale Pinx? C. Tiebout sculp?
"We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created;
equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable
rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
That, to secure their rights, governments are instituted among men,
deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; That
whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends,
it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new
government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing
its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect
their safety and happiness. Declaration of Independence." Phila-
delphia, Published by M. Carey No 118 Market S 1 ., Feb. 20^ 1801.
Copy right Secured.
Fine and brilliant impression; exceedingly scarce.
1090. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Full bust, head three-quarters to right,
white neckerchief, turned-down coat collar. Oval. Stipple.
Height 8 12-16 inches; width 6 14-16 inches
R. Peale Pinx! C. Tiebout Sculp*
Choice brilliant impression of the " Large head oval." Very rare.
1091. THOMAS JEFFERSON, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. Full
bust, head three-quarters to right, white neckerchief, turned-down
coat collar. Oval. Stipple.
Height 5 10-16 inches; width 4 8-16 inches.
Tiebout sc Published by D. Kennedy N? 228, Market S!
A fine brilliant impression of the very rare " Small head oval" ; with full margin.
1092. THE SAME. Rudely colored, and with portion of title and pub-
lisher's address cut off.
1093. THOMAS JEFFERSON. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Full length, head three-quarters to right; the right hand extended,
holding a document entitled "The Declaration of Independence,"
etc., which partly rests on a table upon which is a bust of Franklin,
some books, and a cloth tucked up, revealing the leg; to the left an
electrical apparatus, underneath which is a terrestrial globe; in the
background large pillars and drapery. Stipple.
Height 20 3-16 inches; width 13 inches.
Published by A Day N. 38, Chesnut Street PhUad a .
An unusually fine impression of this very rare print, which, although there is no lettering to
denote it, is the work of Tiebout.
1094. THE SAME. Variation in publisher's address: "Published by W.
H. Morgan Philad a ."
1095. THE SAME.
Peale Del. Tiebout Sc. Pub by William 'Smith N. 702 S. 3?
1096. THE SAME.
This portrait was evidently first published without the artists' names, which were inserted after
the plate came into^the possession of Mr. Smith, as all impressions bearing his name show much
wear of the plate.
ic97- JEFFERSON. Full length, head three-quarters to right; [the right
hand resting on a terrestrial globe which stands upon a table on which
is a document entitled "Independence of America," inkstand, books,
etc.; in the lower right-hand are also some books resting against
the leg of the table; to the left an armchair; in the background a
pillar and a curtain, which, drawn aside, partly reveals a bookcase
and books. Stipple.
Height 19 8-16 inches; width 12 15-16 inches.
1098. THE SAME. A more modern impression.
1099. T. JEFFERSON. Bust, head slightly to left. Oval in a rectangle