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The 1844 presidential election was between Democratic nominee James K. Polk and Whig nominee Henry Clay and the main issues revolved around slavery and the annexation of Texas. Polk was victorious in the election and won 170 of the 275 electoral college votes. The popular vote, however, had a much narrower margin with Polk leading by less than 40,000 votes.

Below are some recent realized prices for a Clay and Frelinghuysen campaign flag. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amounts or more for you:

Clay Frelinghuysen Flag. Sales between Nearly $50,000 and Over $80,000.

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John F. Kennedy’s Rocking Chair, Used by JFK as President

One of the few rocking chairs owned and used by John F. Kennedy as President, who famously relied on his rocking chairs to relieve back pain resulting from his WWII injuries. Kennedy’s personal physician, Dr. Janet Travell, first treated JFK as a Senator in the 1950s, where she prescribed the use of rocking chairs custom-made to his specifications.

This stylish mid-century rocking chair is upholstered in orange-brown leather against a rattan backing and wood frame, with a leather cushion that snaps into place. Attached with upholstery nails to the underside of one arm is the business card of Larry Arata, who Jackie Kennedy recruited from Hyannis, Massachusetts to work as the White House upholsterer. Arata’s business card shows a McLean, Virginia address and “White House Upholsterer – 1961 to Present” at bottom, though with some paper loss to the card. Also present on the arm of the chair is John F. Kennedy’s Senate business card, signed “Jack Kennedy”, indicating this chair was likely taken from Kennedy’s Senate office and reupholstered for Kennedy to use as President. According to what Jackie Kennedy has said about the chair, it was used by JFK at the Hyannis Port compound.

Rocking chair originates from Jackie Kennedy, who gifted it to New York City Mayor Ed Koch in December 1984 on the occasion of Koch’s 60th birthday. The Mayor, in turn, gifted it to his executive assistant Rose Mintzer, who passed it down to her son, whose notarized LOA accompanies the chair. Chair measures 44″ tall, 28″ wide and 33″ deep. Chair displays beautifully, with light wear from use. One of the more personal belongings of John F. Kennedy. Sold for $90,000.

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John F. Kennedy’s Rocking Chair, Used by JFK as President. Click to enlarge.

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Rare Abraham Lincoln & Hannibal Hamlin 1860 Election Jugate — Leading Up to Their Victorious Win Which Set the Stage for the Civil War

Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin very scarce 1860 election jugate, depicting each candidate in side-by-side portrait engravings. Political jugates of the Republican nominees were distributed during the tumultuous days leading up to the election of 1860, as Americans wrestled with slavery and wondered how a new Administration would affect it. Portrait engravings of the candidates are printed on a card published by Henry F. Granger & Co. of Boston, Massachusetts. Jugate reads: “Republican Nominees. 1860.” With Lincoln and Hamlin’s portraits depicted as “President” and “Vice President” and “Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois” and “Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine” additionally printed. Jugate, measuring 4.25″ x 3.25″, has minor foxing and toning throughout, with each portrait faded and with a very tiny tear along bottom edge. Very good condition. Sold for $3,738.

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Rare Abraham Lincoln & Hannibal Hamlin 1860 Election Jugate — Leading Up to Their Victorious Win Which Set the Stage for the Civil War. Click to enlarge.

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