Raphael TUCK PATRIOTIC Series check list
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This is Walt's Check List of the Currently Known "Patriotic Series by: Raphael TUCK"

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(___) used for record keeping, SAS = Same as Series, V = Vertical,
H = Horizontal, C = Children, F = Fireworks/Flag, BB = Brundrage-??,
W/O = Without, none = No set number, etc = More words on card, ( ) = Info.
NOTE: TUCK published many variations of back styles!

Series nbr Words on card Spec Info DECORATION DAY (The Union) SAS 107 below (___) none Pride, and glory, and honor, all etc. V (___) none Nor shall their story be forgot, while Fame, etc. V (___) none The Clustered stars and the steadfast bars, etc. V (___) none The glory, underneath the sod, etc. V (___) none He lives in emdless Fame, etc. V (___) none Honor the brave! V (___) none While above them floats 'Old Glory', etc. V (___) none The flag of our country forever! H (___) none The Star-Spangled Banner H (___) none Wherever it floats, on land or sea, etc. H (___) none Freedom smiles, her fate secure, etc. H (___) none Glory Guards with solemn round, etc. H MEMORIAL DAY (The Confederacy) (___) none For though Conquered, the adore it!, etc. H (___) none Gen. Thomas J. (Stonewall) Jackson H (___) none Gen. Rob't E. Lee H (___) none The hands that grasped them, etc. H (___) none Furl that Banner! Furl it sadly. etc. H (___) none Scroll with message signed R. E. Lee H (___) none Gen. Joseph E. Johnston V (___) none Twill live in Song and Story, etc. V (___) none The Warrior's Banner takes its flight, etc. V (___) none In Memoriam (three flags wna wreath with pink bow) V (___) none In Memoriam (two flags, cannon, wreath with blue bow) V (___) none United Daughters Confederacy to the U. C. V. (medal) V DECORATION DAY (gold borders) SAS-no Series above (___) 107 Pride, and glory, and honor, all etc. V (___) 107 Nor shall their story be forgot, while Fame, etc. V (___) 107 The Clustered stars and the steadfast bars, etc. V (___) 107 The glory, underneath the sod, etc. V (___) 107 He lives in emdless Fame, etc. V (___) 107 Honor the brave! V (___) 107 While above them floats 'Old Glory', etc. V (___) 107 The flag of our country forever! H (___) 107 The Star-Spangled Banner H (___) 107 Wherever it floats, on land or sea, etc. H (___) 107 Freedom smiles, her fate secure, etc. H (___) 107 Glory Guards with solemn round, etc. H DECORATION DAY (without gold borders) SAS-no Series above (___) 107 Pride, and glory, and honor, all etc. V (___) 107 Nor shall their story be forgot, while Fame, etc. V (___) 107 The Clustered stars and the steadfast bars, etc. V (___) 107 The glory, underneath the sod, etc. V (___) 107 He lives in emdless Fame, etc. V (___) 107 Honor the brave! V (___) 107 While above them floats 'Old Glory', etc. V (___) 107 The flag of our country forever! H (___) 107 The Star-Spangled Banner H (___) 107 Wherever it floats, on land or sea, etc. H (___) 107 Freedom smiles, her fate secure, etc. H (___) 107 Glory Guards with solemn round, etc. H INDEPENDENCE DAY (background-flat shield-gold) (___) 109 The Spirit of '76' V (___) 109 The Declaration of Independence V (___) 109 Independeence Hall and Liberty Bell V (___) 109 Ragged Continentals V (___) 109 The First Fourth of July V (___) 109 Signing of the Declaration of Independence V (___) 109 Still whatever fate betide us, etc. VC (___) 109 Teach him to hold the flag holy and high, etc. VC (___) 109 Oh, where treads the foot, etc. VC (___) 109 This is a day of memory, etc. VC (___) 109 With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, etc. VC (___) 109 Hats off, all along the line, etc. VC NOTE: Card 1 thru 6 are Historical Scenes GEORGE WASHINGTON's Birthday (background is a flag) (___) 124 George Washington and Martha Custis H (___) 124 Washington as Surveyer Washinton at Fort Duquesne in 1758 H (___) 124 Washington Crossing the Delaware, Dec 25, 1776 H (___) 124 Washington and his family at Mount Vernon H (___) 124 Wash. Taking his family to Mount Vernon H (___) 124 Departing of Pre.s Wash. at New York. Wash. taking the oath, etc.. H LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY (___) 155 Lincooln's Address at Gettysburg V (___) 155 Meeting of President Lincoln And Gen'l Grant V (___) 155 Inaugeration of Abraham Lincoln V (___) 155 Lincoln's Monument Springfield Ill. V (___) 155 Lincoln's Birthday Lincoln's Home, Springfield, Ill. V (___) 155 Emancipation (Bronze Statue of Lincoln and slave) V WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY (flag in backgound) (___) 156 Washington taking command of the army H (___) 156 Washington at the Battle of Princeton H (___) 156 Washington taking leave of his officers H (___) 156 Washington home life at Mount Vernon H (___) 156 Washington entering New York H (___) 156 Washington inaugeration ar President H DECORATION DAY (Red, white & blue borders) (___) 158 They fought like heroes, long and well, etc. H (___) 158 And never may they rest unsung, etc. H (___) 158 And blazoned on the scroll of fame, etc. H (___) 158 There honor comes, a pilgrim gray, etc. H (___) 158 Ah! Never shall the land forget, etc. H (___) 158 Let Flora's rarest banners wave, etc. H (___) 158 For us their precious lives they gave. etc. H (___) 158 Wreaths fort he living conquerors, etc. H (___) 158 Forever sacred be their fame, etc. H (___) 158 Let the stars and stripes be waving, etc. H (___) 158 Their memory shines like a radiant star, etc. H (___) 158 Honor points the hallowed spot, etc. H INDEPENDENCE DAY (cards 1-6 have firecracker background cards 6-12 have flag backgrounds) (___) 159 Battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775 H (___) 159 Holding the Line - Continental Army H (___) 159 Minute Men American Revolution H (___) 159 Framing the Declaration of Independence H (___) 159 Betsy Ross making the first American flag 1776 H (___) 159 Viewing the Battle of Bunker Hill June 17, 1775 H (___) 159 Boston Tea Party Dec 15, 1773 H (___) 159 Molly Pitcher at the cannon's mouth H (___) 159 Independence Hall, Philadelphia H (___) 159 Call to Arms - American Revolution H (___) 159 Valley Forge Dec 1777 H (___) 159 Paul Revere's Ride, April 18, 1775 H GEORGE WASHINGTON (blue border & gold stars & eagles) (___) 171 Washington crossing the Delaware, Dec 25th, 1776 H (___) 171 Washington taking command of the Army H (___) 171 Washington and Lafayette at Mount Vernon H (___) 171 Washington taking leave of his officers H (___) 171 Washington's receptiom at New York H (___) 171 Washington's inauguration as President of the United States H GEORGE WASHINGTON (red, white & blue borders) (___) 171 Washington crossing the Delaware, Dec 25th, 1776 H (___) 171 Washington taking command of the Army H (___) 171 Washington and Lafayette at Mount Vernon H (___) 171 Washington taking leave of his officers H (___) 171 Washington's receptiom at New York H (___) 171 Washington's inauguration as President of the United States H DECORATION DAY (red & gold borders) ( We believe this set of cards was drawn by artist FRANCIS BRUDAGE tough none of the cards bear her Signature) (___) 173 The Day's oration is in flowers, etc. H (___) 173 Sound O'er the brave the refrain of the sea, etc. H (___) 173 May the sweet blossoms never cease, etc. H (___) 173 Strew the fair garlands where slumber the dead, etc. H (___) 173 In token of the love we bear, etc. H (___) 173 A Grateful land remembers all her promises to-day H (___) 173 Nobly they died in freedom's name V (___) 173 For him that died for his country, glory and endless years V (___) 173 Honor the living for life's Consecration, etc. V (___) 173 Cover their graves with laurel and palms V (___) 173 The Bravest are the tenderest, the loving are the daring V (___) 173 And every patriot's dust shall claim, etc. V WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY (red, white & blue borders & gold star) (___) 178 Let us raise a standard, etc. V (___) 178 Feb. 22nd. (Axe, tree stump, man and boy) V (___) 178 Feb. 22nd. (Washington carrying flag) V (___) 178 Feb. 22nd. (Washington as boy chopping down cherry tree) V (___) 178 The father of His Country V (___) 178 His Country is his monument V (___) 178 There is one treasure common, etc. V (___) 178 All thou has been reflects less, etc. V (___) 178 O, Washington! to thee, etc. V (___) 178 His candor, his patience, etc. V DECORATION DAY (cream borders with gold star bottom half & gold swag top half) (___) 179 Our fairest choicest flowers shall fall, etc. V (___) 179 It is little we can do to show our love for you, etc. V (___) 179 Flag of freedom grand and glorious, etc. V (___) 179 O, Happy Decoration Day which binds in love, etc. V (___) 179 Soldier rest! thy warfare o'er, etc. V (___) 179 Bring bright flowers the graves to garland, etc. V (___) 179 Where loyal souls of love and faith are found, etc. V (___) 179 Let the Stars & Stripes be waving, etc. V (___) 179 Let us have peace U. S. Grant 1822-85 V (___) 179 A Grateful land remembers all her promises today V

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