Archives International Auctions Auction 78 July 27, 2022 U.S., Chinese & Worldwide Banknotes, Scripophily, Colonial Banknotes, Colonial Fiscal Documents, Historic Ephemera and Security Printing Ephemera

Archives International Auctions - Sale 78 104 July 27, 2022 Archives International Auctions EPHEMERA - PRESIDENTIAL & POLITICAL Ohio 551 551 Union Presidential Ticket for President Abraham Lincoln and Vice-President Andrew Johnson, 1864 Ohio, 1864. Ohio National Union Party Ticket for the 1864 Presidential Election, with President Abraham Lincoln and Vice-President Andrew Johnson. 3.5 x 8.25 inches, blue text with orange-red design at top center, featuring an eagle, American flags, cannon and cannonballs, a sword, and other elements. Also includes a list of Electors with their corresponding districts. Back features the phrase “Rally round the Flag, Boys!” which was a part of a Lincoln-Johnson campaign song modified from an 1862 patriotic song, “The Battle Cry of Freedom.” Fine - VF condition with a pronounced vertical crease at left, very slight damage along fold lines at top and bottom margins. Rare and desirable Presidential Campaign Flier. ��� Est. $250-400 EPHEMERA - SOUTHERN COTTON TRADE Alabama 552 552 Mobile, Alabama, 1847 Handwritten Stampless Letter Discussing Yellow Fever inn Mobile. Mobile, Alabama..., 1847. Red circular “Mobile, ALA” postal handstamp on back with additional red “19” handstamp. Handwritten letter regarding cotton crop sales and other news, such as the arrival of yellow fever and a railroad line. Dark brown handwriting, toning at center right, Interesting and unique. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $100-180 Louisiana & New York 553 553 New Orleans, 1848 Cotton Trade Handwritten Stampless Letter to Charles P. Leverich Regarding Crop Sales. New Orleans, Louisiana, February 24th, 1848. Handwritten Stampless Letter with Mobile, Alabama, red circular cancel and circular “WAY U” cancel on the right, from George E. Payne to Charles P. Leverich regarding the sale and prices of crops, and the opening of the cotton market in New Orleans. Payne writes that he “purchased 143 bales yesterday for my friend Watkinson of Hartford.” Dark brown handwriting on off-white paper. Fine condition with some toning, otherwise in excellent condition for its age. Charles P. Leverich (1811-1880) was an American banker who worked as a factor for Stephen Duncan (1787- 1867), the wealthiest cotton and sugar planter in the Antebellum South. He operated under the name of ‘Charles P. Leverich & Co.’, with a Southern office in New Orleans, Louisiana. He joined the Board of Directors of the Bank of New York in 1840. He went on to serve as its Vice-president in 1853 and its President from 1863 to 1876. He went on to serve as its Vice-president in 1853 and its President from 1863 to 1876. ������������ Est. $250-500 EPHEMERA - TEXAS 1850’S LAND GRANT Texas 554 554 Texas Land Grant, ca. 1850s Texas, ca. 1850s. Issued Land Grant, Partially printed but difficult to read with faded handwriting, was signed by an unknown Texas Governor due to its condition. Embossed seal at bottom left. Poor condition with faded writing, toning, staining, holes, and very rough margins. The governor could possibly be Elisha M. Pease, but is near impossible to decipher. ���������������������������������������������� Est. $200-400