Thomas Jefferson

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. Thomas Jefferson Framed Portrait

    Thomas Jefferson Framed Portrait


    Commemorative portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. From oil painting in the collection of the New York Historical Society. Printed signature of the President displayed under the portrait. Nice new mahogany colored frame with glass with beading. Ready for wall display or use the attached easel. Learn More
  2. Thomas Jefferson Bobblehead

    Thomas Jefferson Bobblehead


    This remarkable bobblehead isa very high quality Thomas Jefferson bobbleheadl. It comes in a colorful collectors box and would be a wonderful addition for any collector. Brand new. Great gift item. Thomas Jefferson was the third President of the United States, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and one of the most influential Founding Fathers. Major events during his presidency include the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Jefferson achieved distinction as, among other things, a horticulturist, statesman, architect, archaeologist, paleontologist, inventor, and founder of the University of Virginia. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Lucy Stone uspo stamp poster

    USPO Stamp Poster - Lucy Stone Stamp


    Original 8 1/2" x 11"official lobby poster from the United States Post Office. Features the 50-cent Lucy Stone commemorative postage stamp. Originally hung on post office bulletin board in New York. Framed and ready to display in your home or office. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. Thomas Jefferson Statue Bust Burned

    Thomas Jefferson Bronze Finish Bust Statue


    Highly detailed statue of United States President Thomas Jefferson. In bronze finish. Exquisite detail and fine finish with commemorative plaque. Great gifts for collectors of Thomas Jefferson items, schools, displays or in your own personal den or library. High quality sturdy sculpture that weighs nearly 4 pounds. Learn More
  7. US Mint Presidential Medal Set 38 Medals

    Instant Collection! - Set of 38 US Mint Inaugural Medals - Washington to Nixon


    It's like getting an instant collection! Full set of 39 different US Mint Inaugural medals from Washington thru Nixonin uncirculated mint condition in their original still sealed plastic wrappers. Includes all the Presidents (including their second terms) from George Washington to Richard Nixon. Hard to find in a full set and in this condition. Your opportunity to purchase all these medals in one group rather searching one-by-one. All are original, of course. Learn More
  8. National Young Democratic Dinner Ticket

    1948 National Young Democratic Dinner Ticket


    Original ticket to the National Young Democratic Dinner held at the Mayflower Hotel May 14, 1948 during the term of Harry Truman as President. This is a reserved seat ticket. Learn More
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    1948 Jefferson_Jackson Democratic Dinner Mayflower Hotel


    Jefferson–Jackson Day is the annual fundraising dinner held by Democratic Party. It is named for Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson founders of the Democratic Party. This event was held February 19, 1948 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. during Harry Truman's first term as President after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Original numbered ticket. Learn More
  10. Jeffersonian Federalist Epherma Document

    1804 broadside mocking the Jeffersonian Republicans


    Rare broadside by an unnamed Federalist, parodying the Republican document under the title “Liberty! Equality!” it announces that :A ludicrous constitution for the state of Connecticut, mockingly attributed to the Jeffersonian Republicans and published by an unnamed Federalist in the run-up to the 1804 election. Only the third example located. The document calls for a new Constitution for the State of Connecticut be drafted. The meeting was held behind closed doors and a series of resolutions were passed that outlined the principles upon which the new constitution ought to be founded . However, in the election later that year, the Jeffersonian Republicans lost heavily and a new Constitution was not to happen. On August 29, 1804 a general meeting of Republican delegates from 97 Connecticut towns was held in New Haven. The meeting was the result of a general feeling within the party that it was time to address the people of Connecticut about a new constitution (At this time the state was still operating under the old colonial charter granted by Charles II in 1662. In the 1804 election, Democratic-Republican President Thomas Jefferson defeated Federalist Charles Cotesworth Pinckney of South Carolina. Learn More

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