BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS AND DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH UNDER THE COMMAND OF SIR EDWARD PACKENHAM [sic], BY GENL. ANDREW JACKSON | 8TH JANY. 1815. Battle of New Orleans.

BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS AND DEFEAT OF THE BRITISH UNDER THE COMMAND OF SIR EDWARD PACKENHAM [sic], BY GENL. ANDREW JACKSON | 8TH JANY. 1815.

Philadelphia: Published by Wm. H. Morgan, [c. 1815]. Hand-colored aquatint plate, matted, framed in wood. Engraved by J. W. Steel after S. Seymour. 14" x 18". Minor dusting around the blank margins. Very Good.

"Print shows, in the center, General Andrew Jackson receiving the salute of General Richard Call while Major Livingston rides up behind Jackson. In the background, American soldiers fight the British" [Library of Congress's description]. The Americans in blue uniforms, the British in red, British and American flags. Title appears beneath the plate. To the left of the title: "American force 6700 Militia. 7 Killed 6 Wounded." To the right: "British force 14000 Regulars. Killed and Wounded 2600."
Stauffer 3031. Holden Catalogue 3845. Item #34863

Price: $2,500.00