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From -- Abraham Lincoln is Susan B.
Anthony American history runs rich and deep.
From historic documents like the emancipation proclamation to movements like women suffering so imagine if you could -- actual piece of that history into your house.
Maybe today joining us right before midnight.
-- -- documents dealers set out -- can this really.
It really -- and one of the reasons I love coming out appears to show the important kinds of things that are in private hands and can be collected are let's start right over the area.
It looks a little rickety to -- that once upon a time Abraham Lincoln used to sit in what is this nomination chair.
Yes this was in the telegraph office -- the newspaper in Springfield.
And he would frequently go there to get the news and he was sitting in this chair nice and -- with his legs it's played out listening to -- -- Yeah it's it had been held together and went over the last more than a hundred years it's it's not a strong is that well they had appear one backhand.
Right so how much is that now this is not for auction this is for sale at restaurants this is a 145000.
It's okay but it certainly is does it could -- you put your home over here is.
This is old letter that Abraham Lincoln -- means signing here in 1858.
Trying to help create Republicans and get them in congress.
To oppose slavery and here he's recommending his best man for his seat in congress even though he was -- Republican.
But what's -- is he's writing this for the editors signing it every public and not its name and that's got him into -- Actual letter yes that is shouldn't -- yeah until now that's what you don't want it back to what about this -- game.
Well -- that's exactly what we know it is now.
And it had existed for more than a decade before the civil war but this is when it first became on -- -- Then yeah there were actually couple names but this is the first political -- team that we know.
The first time we know that the phrase the national game being you -- Cooperstown -- how much is this.
This is 121000 dollars is -- really rare curry or knives but there are Lincoln cartoons and things that people can known for under a hundred dollars that are.
Original -- tell me about this.
That's a flag around 1910.
From the women's vote and the women's suffrage movement and at first they were allied with the anti slavery movement but then it broke right after and fantastic stuff so much -- stick around set and come back wrap things up is pretty amazing he's -- more I would -- -- -- some Gretchen from.
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