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Tag: PAUL Revere

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    Indian Peace Medals to Headline Early American History Auctions Event

    In early American history, colonial leaders regularly presented medals to Native American chiefs during negotiations. These items are commonly referred to as Indian peace medals. However, negotiations with Native American tribes were rarely in good faith. Often, the aim was not to build a genuine alliance but to placate the…

    1809 Silver James Madison Indian Peace Medal Finest Known AU. 51mm ANACS Genuine
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    Important Americana

    In 1770, a hand-colored engraving depicting the Boston Massacre was created by Paul Revere. The scene was often imitated by other artists over the following centuries. Revere dabbled in many political engravings to convey his outrage at the actions of the British troops. His work depicts a line of Redcoats…

    Ammi Phillips - Portrait Of A Seated Child In A Pink Dress With A Spaniel And Coral Teething Ring
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    Toomey & Co. Auctioneers to hold 'Interiors' sale on October 6

    Roy Lichtenstein, As I Opened Fire (triptych), circa 1966. Color lithograph. Estimate $300-500. Toomey & Co. Auctioneers will hold its fall Interiors auction with almost 700 lots of fine and decorative artworks, sculpture, early 20th century and modern furniture, art pottery, lighting, and more. While the range of material available will…

    Toomey & Co. Auctioneers to hold ‘Interiors’ sale on October 6
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    Colonial & Continental Currency-Coinage-Historic Peace Medals- Encased Postage Stamps

    The Early American History Auction is a time portal to the historic coins, currency, and stamps. The auction offers a sneak peek into iconic collectibles such as George Washington Inaugural Button with inscription that says “Long Live the President”. Alongside, this auction has the highest bid of 1775 Paul Revere…