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To auction, buy, consign or sell an 1860 or 1864 Presidential campaign Abraham Lincoln flag banner for over $100,000 with 0% seller’s commission, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.

Abraham Lincoln Flag Banner

Abraham Lincoln flag banner Abraham Lincoln presidency campaign banner. By H. C. Howard [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Abraham Lincoln presidency campaign banner. By H. C. Howard [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

You know that you are collecting a great piece of American History when the Smithsonian has one.  Well, the Smithsonian does have an 1864 Presidential campaign Abraham Lincoln flag banner in its collection.  It was a gift of Ralph E. Becker in 1974 and it measures only 8″ x 11″.  The early Presidential flag banners (such as the Abraham Lincoln flag banner) are one of the most collectible and expensive types of political memorabilia.  Flag banners ceased being manufactured when President William Howard Taft put through an Act forbidding desecration to the American flag.  In 2015, an Abraham Lincoln flag banner sold for over $100,000 at auction and we at Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles can obtain $100,000+ for you plus offer you 0% commission.  Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com.

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We get great PR and we obtain the highest prices realized in the business while offering 0% seller’s commission on items such as this Abraham Lincoln flag banner.  Here is our auction house in the press with an $800,000 sale in this category:

Physicist’s Nobel Prize sells for $765,000 in online auction

  • Abraham Lincoln flag banner In this November 2014 photo provided by Fermilab, Physics Nobel Prize winner Dr. Leon M. Lederman poses for a photo in Batavia, Ill. The 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to Dr. Leon Lederman has sold for $765,002 USD. The online auction went into overtime Thursday, May 28, 2015, until a final bid went unchallenged for half an hour. Nate D. Sanders Auctions spokesman Sam Heller says the final amount is the fourth-highest ever paid among the 10 Nobel Prizes that have been sold at auction. The 92-year-old has said he decided to sell the prize because it has just been sitting on a shelf. (Reidar Hahn, Fermilab via AP)
  • Abraham Lincoln flag banner In this undated image provided by Nate D. Sanders Auctions, shows the obverse of the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to Dr. Leon Lederman. The award put up for auction by the retired experimental physicist has sold for $765,002 USD. The online auction went into overtime Thursday, May 28, 2015, until a final bid went unchallenged for half an hour. Nate D. Sanders Auctions spokesman Sam Heller says the final amount is the fourth-highest ever paid among the 10 Nobel Prizes that have been sold at auction. The 92-year-old has said he decided to sell the prize because it has just been sitting on a shelf. (Amanda Hart, Nate D. Sanders Auctions via AP)

In this November 2014 photo provided by Fermilab, Physics Nobel Prize winner Dr. Leon M. Lederman poses for a photo in Batavia, Ill. The 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to Dr. Leon Lederman has sold for $765,002 USD. The online auction went into overtime Thursday, May 28, 2015, until a final bid went unchallenged for half an hour. Nate D. Sanders Auctions spokesman Sam Heller says the final amount is the fourth-highest ever paid among the 10 Nobel Prizes that have been sold at auction. The 92-year-old has said he decided to sell the prize because it has just been sitting on a shelf. (Reidar Hahn, Fermilab via AP)

News link:  http://www.mercurynews.com/2015/05/29/physicists-nobel-prize-sells-for-765000-in-online-auction/

Auction link:  https://natedsanders.com/LotDetail.aspx?inventoryid=36383

To auction, buy, consign or sell an 1860 or 1864 Presidential campaign Abraham Lincoln flag banner for over $100,000 with 0% seller’s commission, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.

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BOISE, Idaho — A 1988 Nobel Prize put up for auction by a retired experimental physicist has sold for $765,002.

The online auction went into overtime Thursday evening until a final bid went unchallenged for half an hour. Nate D. Sanders Auctions spokesman Sam Heller says the final amount is the fourth-highest ever paid among the 10 Nobel Prizes that have been sold at auction.

The Los Angeles company declined to identify the buyer.

Leon Lederman won the Nobel Prize in physics with two other scientists for discovering a subatomic particle called the muon neutrino.

He retired from Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, in June 2012 and moved to Idaho.

The 92-year-old has said he decided to sell the prize because it has just been sitting on a shelf.

As for Abraham Lincoln flag banner prices realized, please see these two Abraham Lincoln item our auction house has sold at auction recently:

Lot #376:

Abraham Lincoln Personally Owned and Worn Spectacles — With Provenance From Lincoln’s Family

Spectacles worn by Abraham Lincoln, photographed with the President in the portrait taken by Alexander Gardner in Washington, D.C. in 1865 (O-116D in ”Lincoln in Photographs”). With provenance from Abraham Lincoln’s great grandson, Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith. As his last direct descendant, Beckwith writes in an ”Affidavit and Deed of Gift”, signed and dated 16 August 1977 (a photocopy of which is included in the lot): ”I, Robert Todd Lincoln Beckwith of Washington, D.C., certify that among the contents of a trunk located and unopened until recently, and placed in the attic of Hildene, the estate of my grandfather Robert Todd Lincoln, Manchester, Vermont, by my grandmother Mary Harlan Lincoln (Mrs. Robert Todd Lincoln), and the said contents being
To auction, buy, consign or sell an 1860 or 1864 Presidential campaign Abraham Lincoln flag banner for over $100,000 with 0% seller’s commission, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.
awarded to me by the Estate of my sister Mary Lincoln Beckwith, were found two pair of eye glasses which had belonged to my great grandfather President Abraham Lincoln, and so marked by my grandmother Mary Harlan Lincoln. I further give one pair of these eye glasses to Margaret Fristoe of Chevy Chase, Maryland, and one pair to James T. Hickey of Elkhart, Illinois.” Hickey was the Curator of the Lincoln Collection of the Illinois State Historical Library, now the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. The pair given to Hickey is still in the Library’s collection. Two years after gifting the glasses to Fristoe, Beckwith married her and upon her death the glasses were passed to her daughter from a prior relationship, Lenora Fristoe Hoverson. Her affidavit is also included. Also included is a signed letter from a board-certified optician attesting to the prescription of the glasses as +2.12, a match to Lincoln’s known prescription strength in the 2.00 range. An amazing piece of personal history from one of America’s greatest presidents.  Sold for $84,422.
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Lot #442:

Abraham Lincoln Signed CDV as President — John Hay Certifies Signature as Authentic on Verso

Exceptionally rare Abraham Lincoln signed carte-de-visite photograph, taken by Alexander Gardner in 1861 and signed as President. Signed ”A. Lincoln” below the seated portrait of Lincoln. John Hay, Lincoln’s private secretary, authenticates the signature upon the verso by writing, ”I certify that the President’s signature is genuine / John Hay”. With ”Brady’s National Portrait Gallery” backstamp. Measures 2.5” x 3.75”. Very good with some foxing and wear, but with a strong signature by Lincoln. With provenance from Profiles in History and with a COA from Charles Hamilton.  Sold for $49,913.
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To auction, buy, consign or sell an 1860 or 1864 Presidential campaign Abraham Lincoln flag banner for over $100,000 with 0% seller’s commission, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.

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