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TWO DAGUERREOTYPES OF AN UNKNOWN GENTLEMAN
2002 Historic Americana. May 4.
Lot of 2 anonymous, sixth plates in oversized octagonal mats, both of the same man. Has one of those "somebody" looks. You be the judge!

Condition:  
In full leather cases, both unsealed, one with significant scratch on nose.
Est $300 - $400
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1848 TAYLOR-FILLMORE CAMPAIGN POSTER
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Lot # 241 - MATCHED SET OF HOOVER AND CURTIS CAMPAIGN POSTERS
A pair of Hoover and Curtis campaign posters in excellent condition 16 inches by 22 inches. > Item Details
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CDV OF BVT. BRIG. GEN. J.S. FULLERTON
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Anderson Furniture Co Trade Catalog
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Lot # 222 - LOT OF WILLIAM MCKINLEY STEREOVIEWS
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Ornamental Iron Company 1894 Trade Catalog
Lot # 520 - Ornamental Iron Company 1894 Trade Catalog
Catalog from Nov. 1, 1894, Winslow Bros. Co. Ornamental Iron Works, Chicago. 4to, 165 numbered pages, photographic edition, soft cloth cover. > Item Details
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