Oval image of a full bust portrait of George Washington, facing left and wearing a black coat, a cravat, a jabot, and a ribbon tying back his hair. He is set against a dark stippled background. The portrait is flanked by an oak branch on the left and an olive branch on the right, which are tied with a ribbon below.

Also in this file is an envelope with the image of SC-66 in blue ink on the front of it. On the reverse are the emblems of the Society of the Cincinnati and the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association and their addresses.
Hart 472a


c. 1869-1880



Ink on paper, engraving


Overall (H x W): 8 1/16 in. x 6 in. (20.48 cm x 15.24 cm)

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley DeForest Scott, 1985


Printed below image centered in cursive print: "George Washington."
Printed below image centered in block print: "Bureau, Engraving & Printing."

Object Number


Colors (Beta)

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