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Sell or Auction Your James Buchanan Ribbon for up to Nearly $4,500 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

FREE APPRAISAL. To buy, auction, sell or consign your James Buchanan ribbon that is for sale, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com or call Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com) at (310) 440-2982.

James Buchanan Ribbon Sold

James Buchanan won the U.S. presidential election of 1856 by defeating John C. Fremont and Millard Fillmore. He tried to avoid war during his presidency while the country’s pressing issues revolved around slavery. His policies, such as allowing states to make their own decisions on slavery, mainly increased conflict and further paved the way for the Civil War.

Below are some recent realized prices for a James Buchanan ribbon. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amounts or more for you:

  • James Buchanan Ribbon Circa Mid-1850s. Sold for Nearly $4,500.
  • Another James Buchanan Ribbon Circa Mid-1850s. Sold for Nearly $3,500.

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The following are some historical and political items we have sold at auction:

1860 Check Written and Signed by Abraham Lincoln — Year of His Successful Campaign for President

Abraham Lincoln handwritten and signed check, dated 28 January 1860, and made out to ”W.P. McKinnie” in the amount of $4.20. Check, drawn on the Springfield Marine & Fire Insurance Company, is signed in ink, ”A. Lincoln”. Just a month after this check was signed, Lincoln delivered his important Cooper Union Speech to New York Republicans, a milestone in his quest for the Presidency. In May 1860, Lincoln became the Republican candidate for President and would campaign throughout 1860 until his success at the polls in November. Minor smudging to signature on 7.75” x 2.75” check, else near fine condition. Sold for $7,199.

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1860 Check Written and Signed by Abraham Lincoln. Click to enlarge.

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Hand-Colored Campaign Banner for the 1852 Whig Presidential Ticket — Featuring War Veteran Winfield Scott, Lithographed by Nathaniel Currier

1852 Presidential campaign banner entitled “Grand, National, Whig Banner”, featuring the jugate portraits of Presidential candidate Winfield Scott and his running mate William Graham. Lithograph printed by famed lithographer Nathaniel Currier is hand-colored in hues of yellow, blue, green and burgundy, reading “The People’s Choice for President & Vice President From 1853 to 1857″. The Scott-Graham ticket was the last from the Whig Party, which formed in contrast to Andrew Jackson’s policy of Indian removal and also in opposition to slavery. Lithograph measures 10″ x 14”. Uniform toning, light amount of dampstaining to right edge and small areas of foxing. Overall in very good condition with bright, bold colors. Sold for $1,250.

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Hand-Colored Campaign Banner for the 1852 Whig Presidential Ticket — Featuring War Veteran Winfield Scott, Lithographed by Nathaniel Currier. Click to enlarge.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Owned ”IKE” Elephant Campaign Pin

Dwight D. Eisenhower jeweled campaign pin gifted by him to his secretary. Republican elephant pin reading ”IKE” is from his 1952 presidential campaign, and features enamel tusks and a red and white gem cluster. Pin was gifted to Helen Weaver North, who served as personal secretary to Eisenhower at the White House from 1953-1957 and prior, at NATO headquarters in Paris in 1951. Pin measures just over 1/2 square inches. Chipping to enamel and light tarnishing to metal, else fine. Accompanied by an LOA signed ”David North”, stating: ”My mother, Helen Weaver North, was General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s personal secretary at NATO Headquarters in Paris from 1951 and his secretary at the White House from 1953-1957. This is to certify that the ornate 1952 IKE elephant campaign pin pictured below was given by President Eisenhower to my mother…” Sold for $954.

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Dwight D. Eisenhower Owned ”IKE” Elephant Campaign Pin. Click to enlarge.

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