Abraham Lincoln Related
1864 Lincoln and Johnson Jugate Used Campaign Cover with Seven Principles, “Complete Extirpation of Slavery!”
1864 Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson Second Presidential Campaign, Jugate Illustrated Campaign Envelope Cover, Postally-Used, (Walcott 216). Milgram AL-146. Fine.
This scarce 2nd Presidential Campaign Cover with “Key Notes” black printed text on off-white wove paper envelope at top right and boldly printed handsome dual Jugate Portraits in an ornate frame presentation at left. With original 3c stamp (Scott-65), not tied on cover to Chicago, Ill. by cork cancel and indistinct Circular Date Stamp, slightly reduced at right when opened, humidity stains along the bottom edge. A rare Jugate Cover from 1864, the “Key Notes.” detail Seven Principles by which the Republican ticket sought reelection, one being the “Complete Extirpation of Slavery!” Cataloged by Dr. James Milgram as AL-146 in “Abraham Lincoln Illustrated Envelopes and Letter Paper 1860-1865.” Political Campaign Covers from Lincoln’s Second Presidential Campaign are tough to locate, specially with such wonderful Jugate Portrait illustrations!