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    Remington UMC 1919 June Calendar Illustrated by Lynn Bogue Hunt. This is one of the most desirable calendars in this series picturing a flock of geese being attacked by an eagle. Attached is a single sheet for the month of June. The colors are bright with a slight yellowing to the background which is common in this type of paper. Several spots of stain mostly in the border and a crease near the bottom of the graphic are the most evident issues. The tin top strip is still present and the scene remains untouched. Size: 15" x 31". Printed by the American Lithographic Company.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
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