Millard Fillmore

Presidential memorabilia, collectilbes, souvenirs from Calvin Coolidge to George Washington including unique and unusual items from our nation's presidents.

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  1. Millard Fillmore US Mint Medal

    Millard Fillmore US Mint Presidential Series Medal


    Original medal from the U.S. Mint for the inauguration of Millard Fillmore as President of the United States. Bronze. Learn More
  2. Millard FIllmore Cover

    Millard Fillmore 60th Anniversary Death Cover


    Original memoriam cover for the 60th anniversary of the Death of Millard Fillmore the 13th President of the United States. Postmarked on the anniversary of his death. Learn More
  3. Andrew Jackson US Mint Medal

    Andrew jackson U.S. Mint Peace Medal


    Indian Peace medal issued by the U.S. Mint for Andrew Jackson. 3" bronze. Uncirculated. Medal number 107 Learn More
  4. White House Christmas Ornaments

    Friends of the White House John Adams Collectible Christmas Ornament


    President John Adams dition of the beautiful white house christmas ornament series produced by "Friends of the White House", featuring the inauguraiton of John Adams. Each ornament is hand blown, silvered, hand-painted and intricately decorated glass ornament. Elegantly gift boxed along with decriptive literature. This first in a series ornament commemorated the fascinating story behind the White House and our presidential history. By creating the second-in-an-annual-series of ornaments, Friends of the White House honors the second President of the United States, John Adams, the first President to reside in the newly constructed White House. The result of a centuries-old tradition of distinctive glass making, this handcrafted ornament is hand blown, silvered, individually painted, and intricately decorated by skilled artisans. Each glittering ornament is truly unique. This ornament features a faithful reproduction of an original painting depicting President John Adams arrival at the White House on Saturday, November 1, 1800, accompanied by two gentlemen, Billy Shaw, his secretary, and John Brisling, his steward on horseback. Incorporated into the design is President Adams’ signature along with his famous quotation regarding the White House, now found over the fireplace in the White House State Dining Room. The famous quotation is excerpted text of a letter from John Adams to Abigail Adams, November 2, 1800, and is reproduced in John Adams own handwriting. Permission to quote and publish text from the original manuscript of the Adams Family Papers has been given to Friends of the White House as a courtesy by the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Learn More
  5. 1856 National American Fillmore and Donelson Ticket

    1856 National American Fillmore and Donelson Ticket


    Scarce 1856 large, linen campaign textile fabric designed like a ballot or poster and used in Pennsylvania. Top reads "National American Fillmore And Donelson Ticket." Millard Fillmore and Andrew Donelson Below are various "Electors." Learn More
  6. Millard Fillmore 1870 Railroad

    1870 Letter of Millard Fillmore Pacific Railroad


    Letter of Millard Fillmore communicating a report upon the Southern Pacific Railroad, made to the Louisville commercial convention. Original. Learn More
  7. 1850 Millard Fillmore Message

    1850 Millard Fillmore & Daniel Webster Hungarian Independence Resolution


    Interesting sixteen page pamphlet entitled "Message of the President of the United States". Dated December 30, 1850. Related to the Hungarian people's struggle for independence. Includes messages from President Millard Fillmore and address of Daniel Webster. Interesting reading. 31st Congress 2nd Session. Learn More
  8. Millard Fillmore Mexican Indentify

    Millard Fillmore Mexican Indemnity Document


    Mexican Indemnity. Message from The President of the United States. Information respecting the remaining installments of the Mexican Indemnity. January 20, 1852. Four page pamphlet. Original From Millard Fillmore and to Fillmore from Danl. Webster. Learn More
  9. James Polk US Mint Report 1848

    1851 Millard Fillmore Message to Senate - US Mint Report


    Message from the President communicating the report showing the operations of the mint and branch mints for the year 1850. Reports gold, silver and copper holdings of the U.S. Mint. James Polk report to Congress January 30, 18451. Original. 20 pages Learn More

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