Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: May 7, 1873 in New York City, New York
SALMON P. CHASE. Signature: "Free S. Chase/USS.", 2x1. Irregularly cut from franked mail. A candidate for the 1860 Republican presidential nomination, Chase served as Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury from 1861 until his resignation in October 1864. Two months later, Lincoln appointed him Chief Justice of the U.S. read more...
Sale Price $198.00
SALMON P. CHASE Free-Soil Democrat, later a Republican, sends Senate reports. ALS: "S.P. Chase", 1p, 7¾x9¾. Senate Chamber, 1850 June 17. To an unnamed recipient. In full: "I send you all you ask for except the Report of the Omnibus Committee & W. Carey Jones' Report. read more...
Sale Price $510.00
SALMON P. CHASE. ALS: "S P Chase", 2p, 5x8. Washington, 1869 September 18. To W. Prescott Smith, Esq. In full: "A week ago, coming from New York I & my daughter took seats in your compartment car, & paid our two dollars with much satisfaction. read more...
Sale Price $595.00
SALMON P. CHASE. Manuscript LS: "S.P. Chase" as Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury, 2p, 8x10. Treasury Department, 1862 March 17. To Charles Almy, Collector at Fall River, Mass. read more...
Sale Price $510.00
SALMON P. CHASE. Manuscript LS: "S.P. Chase" as Chief Justice of the United States, 1p, 4¾x5¼. Washington, 1871 May 17. On graph-like paper. read more...
Sale Price $432.00
While Chief Justice (1870), he signs a very revealing manuscript letter to a former member of Buchanan's Cabinet, the still influential Jeremiah S. Black, correcting several misunderstandings about decisions made by Lincoln's Cabinet. Framed in the Gallery of History style to 48x24. read more...
Sale Price $2,550.00
[SALMON P. CHASE]. Carte de Visite, unsigned. Sepiatone, 2½x3½ overall, image 2¼x3¼ (two surfaces). Imprinted on verso: "Published by/E. & H.T. Anthony./501 Broadway./New York./from Photographic Negative/in/Brady's/National Portrait Gallery." Windowed to show verso. read more...
Sale Price $405.00
SALMON P. CHASE. Engraving unsigned. B/w, 8x11 overall, image 5½x7½ (one surface). Facsimile signature. New York, Johnson, Fry & Co. Publishers. Entered according to an Act of Congress, 1863. Likeness from a recent photograph, painted by Alonse Chappel. Chase represented Ohio in the U.S. read more...
Sale Price $126.00