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Kurz and Allison Chromolithograph Battle of Fort Donelson
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
with their 1887 copyright, 25" x 17.75" (sight), with wider margins obscured by contemporary mat.

Condition:  
With scattered tears throughout the print. Not examined out of frame.
Sold: $117.50
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