USA

    • Thomas Jefferson's China service, circa 1790 (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • This porcelain which was made to order in China for President George Washington and his wife Martha. This one plate is expected to sell at auction for between $25,000 and $40,000. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • The original draft of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" written by Julia Ward Howe in November 1861.
    • A portrait of George Washington, painted by Rembrandt Peale in 1859, next to Roy Lichtenstein’s "Forms in Space," from 1985. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • Roy Lichtenstein’s screenprint, "Forms in Space," from 1985. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • A silver teapot, made by American patriot and silversmith Paul Revere in 1780, is expected to sell for up to $250,000. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • Painting of Paul Revere (1734-1818) with one of his teapots. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • A limited-edition copy of The Declaration of Independence created by William J. Stone in July 1823. (VOA/J. Taboh)
    • "Teddy Roosevelt," part of Andy Warhol’s series, "Cowboys and Indians," from 1986. (VOA/J.Taboh)
    • Andy Warhold's "Jackie II," of Jackie Kennedy, from 1966

    Rare Presidential, Historical Artifacts Go to Auction

    Published November 02, 2012

    Artifacts and paintings related to the earliest days of the American presidency until modern times, are slated to be sold to the highest bidder by Christie's, the famed auction house in New York. The items were showcased ahead of the sale in a Washington, D.C. exhibit entitled “Washington to Warhol: The Presidency in Art.”


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