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English citations of Washington

Attributive use, referring to George WashingtonEdit

  • 1860, Harper's Magazine[1], page 475:
    A copper piece, bearing the date 1792, and commonly known as a Washington cent, is found in some collections and highly prized.
  • 1921, Wallace Nutting, Furniture of the Pilgrim Century, 1620-1720, page 342:
    And the original buyer at auction valued the piece merely as a Washington relic.
  • 2000, Sandra M. Gustafson, Eloquence is Power: Oratory & Performance in Early America, page 219:
    Gilbert Stuart's famous Lansdowne portrait offers perhaps the most ambiguous instance of textual imagery in a Washington portrait.