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Lincoln Campaign Pin.  Eagle with Lincoln below.  Nice image of bearded Lincoln.  Image is about 1" square.  With original stickpin.  Relics

Lincoln Campaign Pin. Eagle with Lincoln below. Nice image of bearded Lincoln. Image is about 1" square. With original stickpin. Relics

Arm band belonging to Mary Wilson Jasper. She and her husband, Samuel Branch Jasper, were staunch supporters of President Lincoln. Mary was heart-broken at Lincoln’s death and traveled to Springfield, Ill for his funeral. She wore the armband at his funeral and throughout an extended period of mourning, hence the white bow she added later.

Arm band belonging to Mary Wilson Jasper. She and her husband, Samuel Branch Jasper, were staunch supporters of President Lincoln. Mary was heart-broken at Lincoln’s death and traveled to Springfield, Ill for his funeral. She wore the armband at his funeral and throughout an extended period of mourning, hence the white bow she added later.

Abraham-Lincoln-Hamlin-Ferrotype-Campaign-Token-1860-RARE-Donut-Style.

Abraham Lincoln & Hamlin Ferrotype Campaign Token 1860 RARE "Donut" Style

Abraham-Lincoln-Hamlin-Ferrotype-Campaign-Token-1860-RARE-Donut-Style.

Rosette worn at A. Lincoln's funeral in Washington, D. C. by James J. Christie, Sergeant at arms in Capital at that time.

Rosette worn at A. Lincoln's funeral in Washington, D. C. by James J. Christie, Sergeant at arms in Capital at that time.

Abraham Lincoln Mourning Cockade - Cowan's Auctions

Abraham Lincoln Mourning Cockade - Cowan's Auctions

Image result for wide awake lincoln badge

Image result for wide awake lincoln badge

Abraham Lincoln: Unusual Brooklyn Mourning Badge.  A pair of 1 1/2" x 4" silk ribbons attached to a black silk bow. The ribbons are inscribed: "The Martyr President Abraham Lincoln, April 14, 1865" and "We Mourn a Nation's Loss. Westminster Sunday School, Brooklyn, N.Y." Three ink stains on verso of ribbons with slight bleed-through.

Abraham Lincoln: Unusual Brooklyn Mourning Badge. A pair of 1 1/2" x 4" silk ribbons attached to a black silk bow. The ribbons are inscribed: "The Martyr President Abraham Lincoln, April 14, 1865" and "We Mourn a Nation's Loss. Westminster Sunday School, Brooklyn, N.Y." Three ink stains on verso of ribbons with slight bleed-through.

Hair bracelet circa 1865

Hair bracelet circa 1865

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