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Dismounted Reb Statue by Ron Tunison
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
14" x 9.5" 8lbs. Signed on base Ron Tunison c 90 Saha 75/350.

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Souvenir Edition of <i>Ford's Theatre</i> Handbill, April 14, 1865
Lot # 232 - Souvenir Edition of Ford's Theatre Handbill, April 14, 1865
18.5" x 5.5", with the spurious announcement that the President would be attending the performance. An early souvenir edition printed immediately after the assassination. > Item Details
General George Meade CDV
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an unflattering, sparrow-like view of the otherwise distinguished-looking Meade by J.E. McClees, Philadelphia. Carte is ink signed G. G. Meade/Com. A.P. beneath portrait, though probably not in Meade's hand. The victor at Gettysburg made the mistake of allowing Lee to escape and later relinquished... > Item Details
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300 views from dozens of publishers, such as Keystone, Underwood, Anthony, Strohmeyer & Wyman, J.P. Soule, Kilburn, Copelin & Hine, Scheidig, et al. Most of the views show the urban and natural landscapes of the U.S. Northeast, including: 96 views of New York City, 75 of which are by John Scheidig ... > Item Details
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Roland Reed Photographs of American Indians
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Lot of 8 photographs by Roland Reed (1864-1934), famous Native American Indian photographer. Includes 11 x 13.75 in. photo of five indians sitting on rocks near a waterfall. Reverse side labeled in pencil Piegan's Mont. Brown Matt. PLUS 9.75 x 12 in. photo of Indian chief near shore gazing into the ... > Item Details
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