Print promoting Lewis Cass for president and William Butler for vice president, 1848. N. Currier, New York. Color tinted lithograph, housed in period walnut frame, refitted with archival backing and conservation glass. Titled, GRAND, NATIONAL, DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PRESS ONWARD. Against ranks of flags surmounted by eagle perched on globe with "America" and "France" demarcated, a portrait of Cass enclosed by olive wreath, left; a portrait of Butler enclosed by olive wreath, right; semicircle of 14 stars and radiating lines, above; decorative leaves and scrollwork, the legend, THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT FROM 1849 TO 1853, on streamers, below. The whole made to resemble a parade banner. Trace foxing in margins and light crease bottom right, otherwise a bright, clean example, superior to most.