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Sell or Auction Your John C Breckinridge Campaign Ribbon for up to Nearly $7,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

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John C Breckinridge Campaign Ribbon Sold

John C Breckinridge was the vice president of James Buchanan between 1857 and 1861. He unsuccessfully ran for president in the 1860 election as the candidate for the Southern Democrat party. Breckinridge was labeled as a traitor when he joined the Confederate Army at the start of the Civil War. He then fled the country near the end of the war going into voluntary exile until he felt it was safe to return to the U.S. Following Breckinridge’s return to the country, he stayed out of politics and worked as a lawyer for the remainder of his life.

Below is a recent realized price for a John C Breckinridge campaign ribbon. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

John C Breckinridge Campaign Ribbon Circa Early 1860s. Sold for Nearly $7,000.

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

Original Chair From Presidency of William McKinley — Circa 1900 From the White House, Then Known as Executive Mansion

Scarce 110-year old chair from the administration of President William McKinley. Wooden chair, most likely mahogany, bears brass plaque on underside of seat which reads, ”Executive Mansion / President / William McKinley / Comr P B&G. / Colonel Theo. A. Bingham.” Colonel Theodore A. Bingham was responsible for renovating The White House, or the ”Executive Mansion” as it was then called, during the Benjamin Harrison administration approximately ten years before McKinley occupied the venerable residence. The federal-style wooden chair has a rectangular back and simple geometric solar design carved at top. The seat upholstered in royal blue leather is heavily worn with most of the leather torn off, exposing internal canvas, and not intended for sitting. The rest of the chair has some wear and rubbing, particularly to bottoms of legs, but still stands firmly making it a nice item for display. Back part of chair measures 14.5” x 19”; seat measures 16” x 17”, and entire chair from floor to top measures 36”.  From our William McKinley memorabilia auction.  Sold for $20,546.

John C Breckinridge campaign ribbon
Original Chair From Presidency of William McKinley — Circa 1900 From the White House, Then Known as Executive Mansion. Click to enlarge.

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Abraham Lincoln 1860 Campaign Ribbon With the Desirable “Cooper Union” Photographic Portrait

Abraham Lincoln campaign ribbon for the 1860 presidential election, featuring his photographic portrait taken by Mathew Brady during the session at Cooper Union, where Lincoln delivered the speech that catapulted him to national prominence. This ribbon is among the most desirable of Lincoln campaign mementos, also bearing Lincoln’s printed signature at bottom. Ribbon measures 2.5″ x 7.25″. Some soiling at edges and a few small spots of foxing, but Lincoln’s image is nearly defect free. Very good condition. Sold for $2,375.

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1860 Campaign Ribbon for Abraham Lincoln. Click to enlarge.
John C Breckinridge campaign ribbon
Abraham Lincoln 1860 Campaign Ribbon. 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.

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

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