Nixon 1971 Christmas Gift Card
"Abraham Lincoln" by George P.A. Healy graced the official White House Christmas card for President Richard Nixon in 1971. The portrait of Abraham Lincoln is featured in the White House State Dining Room. The sentiment of the card reads, ,"With best wishes, The President and Mrs. Nixon at Christmas, 1971"
The gift print is the largest of the cards mailed from the president since the tradition began with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 and are usually reserved for staff, high level officials, ambassadors and heads of state. Comes complete with inner envelope of navy blue crushed velvet with the embossed coat-of-arms of the president and an outer protective folder of white paper.