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Best-ever Political and Americana Auction Open for Bidding at Heritage Auctions

There are many fabulous lots in the upcoming Heritage Auction #6032, November 17-18, including two of the rarest Currier & Ives "Grand National" banners, a hitherto-unknown 1860 Breckinridge portrait campaign flag, a very nice James Montgomery Flagg "I Want You" WWI poster, and others too numerous to mention. This is our finest and deepest Americana auction to date.

Here are links to just a few of the 1000+ lots:

"Rose Percy" Doll with Extensive Wardrobe and Accessories, Sold in 1864 to Raise Funds for the Sanitary Commission, and on Display at the American Red Cross Museum since 1920.

Annie Oakley Cabinet Card Signed.

Kitty Hawk Wright Flyer: Piece of Original Fabric on a Blank Presentation Certificate.

"I Want You for U.S. Army" World War I Uncle Sam Patriotic Poster by James Montgomery Flagg, 1917.

Anti-Andrew Jackson: Largest Form of the Classic "Coffin Broadside."

Woman's Suffrage: Elizabeth Cady Stanton Carte de Visite. (There are 175+ woman's suffrage-related lots in the sale).

Thank you,
Michael Riley
Chief Cataloguer and Historian
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