The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

November 28, 2018

The Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide

Join us in celebrating this holiday season with Americana antiques and one-of-a-kind offerings! Enjoy one-stop-shopping at The Great Republic-- perfect for all members of your family, work colleagues, and close friends! We’ve hand selected the items that we know will wow. Read through our Ultimate Gift Guide for holiday shopping ideas, and even purchase them with one ‘click’ right here on our website! Holiday shopping, made simple… and FUN!


We’ll give you a taste of our unique antiques with media ranging from rare books to war bond posters! These items highlight Americana in a collectable, memorable way-- perfect for any new or advanced collector, or a lover of American-made goods.


For the History Buff

Is there someone in your life who truly embraces history? We’ve got the gifts covered this year! These selected items tell a real story; perfect for the history buff in your life.

 

13-Star Naval Flag, St. Andrews Cross Star Pattern
Early 20th Century, Hand Cut and Sewn
Federalist Collage
Featuring the Signatures of James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay
1865 George Washington and Family, Print After Painting by C. Schussel.
Engraved, Signed by William Sartain
1882 "Planning the Attack" Original Oil Painting by Frederick James
Original Oil on Canvas, Signed, Dated, Inscribed

For the Guy Who Has Everything

Men can be hard to buy for-- they either buy everything on your list for themselves or they have such specific taste that it’s hard to pin down the perfect gift. Well, we offer exceedingly rare and exquisite gifts, perfect for the man that has everything!

 

Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story, First Edition

Inscribed and Signed by Martin Luther King, Jr., 1958, Original Boards with Clamshell

45-Star Swallowtail Flag, Circa 1896
Spanish American War-Period US Army Cavalry Guidon
"TWA To and Across America" Washington DC Trans World Airlines Poster
By Frank Lacano, Circa 1950
Capullo Flute On Beaded Iron Stand
Unique Design, Jan Barboglio Collection
George Circled Cufflinks
Hand-Cut Silver Quarter

For the Book Worm

Have a book worm in your family? Take a look at our vast selection of rare books, including many first edition and signed or inscribed copies.

Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, First Edition
Circa 1876, Original Blue Cloth Boards and Clamshell
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, Early Printing in Full Leather
1944, Signed and Inscribed, Custom Clamshell
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, First Edition, First Printing
1925, Blue Leather, Gilt Tooling, Custom Clamshell


For the Decorator

Embellish any home with a beautiful American-made piece.

 

Lady Liberty Pyramid
Stacey Lee Webber, Hand-Cut Mercury Dimes
American Hand-Carved "Live & Let Live" Eagle
Early 20th Century, Hand-Carved and Painted
Capitán Frame
Iron, Jan Barboglio Collection
Red Cross WWI Patriotic Poster
1918, Featuring Woodrow Wilson Quote

For the Traveler

Beautiful finds for the traveler in your life!

Bison Messenger Bag #550
American Bison Collection, Coronado
Bison Dopp Kit #593
American Bison Collection, Coronado
1748 World Map "Essay D'Un Carte”
By N. Bellin
Gentleman's Solid Cologne, Fulton & Roark
Palmetto with Brazilian Pepper, Cedar Wood, Magnolia
Don’t Miss Out! One-of-a-Kind Gifts Guaranteed to WOW This Holiday Season!





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