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    Handsome Pair of Campaign Prints for Henry Clay and Theodore Frelinghuysen 10" x 14" hand-colored small folio lithograph published by Nathaniel Currier in 1844, titled "Henry Clay, Nominated For Eleventh President of the United States." Clay is seen in the presidential chair, beneath tasseled draperies, clutching some letters. Colors are vibrant, including emerald, yellow, rose and blue. Some border tears and loss expertly and imperceptibly repaired. Overall appearence is excellent with strong presence. Sold together with the matching print (rarely seen!) of his Vice Presidential runningmate. It is titled "Theodore Frelinghuysen, Nominated for Vice President of the United States. From a Daguerreotype by Chilton." The colors on this one are lavish and vibrant! These are an exact pair and rarely offered as such. Condition on the Frelinghuysen is mint. Frame these up and you have something really nice!

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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