After Brady. "Abraham Lincoln, Sixteenth President of the United States. No. 29" [no beard].
New York: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly, October, 1860. 13 1/4 x 83/4 (image). Wood engraving by Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning. Partial hand color. 1/4 of image at top has been trimmed and professionally conserved and remargined. Full figure of Lincoln is depicted. Else, very good condition.
A print after a famous portrait of Lincoln after a photograph by Mathew Brady, taken the day Lincoln delivered his Cooper Institute address. The pose has come to be known as the "Cooper Institute" photograph. A clean shaven Lincoln stands by a window with his hand resting upon a stack of books on a table.