Abraham Lincoln Poster


  • 1.5 mil glossy paper
  • professional printing
  • made in the USA
  • Unique presidential decor

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“The Rail Candidate”, anti-Republican political caricature published by Currier and Ives in September 1860, showing Abraham Lincoln being carried on a fence-rail labeled “REPUBLICAN PLATFORM” by a black man and Horace Greeley (editor of the New York Tribune), alluding to Lincoln’s nickname of the “rail-splitter”. Horace Greeley “We can prove that you have split rails, & that will ensure your election to the Presidency” Abraham Lincoln “It is true I have split Rails, but I begin to feel as if this rail would split me, it’s the hardest stick I ever straddled.” Black man “Dis Nigger strong and willin, but it’s awful hard work to carry Old Massa Abe on nothing but dis ‘ere rail!!”

Additional information

Weight 1.0 oz
Dimensions 24 × 18 × 0.1 in

18×24, 24×36


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