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Roll Of Honor, Co. R, 15th New Foundland Volunteer Infantry
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
A chromolithograph Roll of Honor for Company R, 15th New Foundland Volunteer Infantry, featuring a Bald Eagle at top surrounded by American flags, looking down upon vignetted battle scenes, including the Battlefield of Gettysburg. The Roll of Honor also includes three columns, the first a list of remarks about the company, the second a list of Co. R members, and the third a list of Engagements. Printed by G. Sanders & Co., Baltimore, MD, lithographer H. Schroeder, Baltimore, MD; 18 x 23 in., framed and glazed, 22 x 27 in.

Condition:  
Toning to print; some scattered staining along perimeter, perhaps as a result of water damage;
Sold: $88.13
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