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    Henry Walke, Lithograph, "The Capture of the City of Tabasco, By the U.S. Naval Expedition, Afloat and on Shore, Under Comore. M.C. Perry.", Naval Portfolio No. 7, Naval Scenes in the Mexican War. This print is from Naval Scenes in the Mexican War, created by Lieutenant Henry Walke depicting various naval actions during the Mexican War in 1847.

    "Naval Portfolio Naval Scenes in the Mexican War by H. Walke, Lieut. U.S. Navy (No. 7)" is centered at the top of the lithograph. The image is surrounded by a wide margin. Directly below the image is "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1848". To the left is "Lith of Sarony & Major". To the right is "Designed & Drawn on Stone by H. Walke, Lt. U.S.N.". At the bottom under the image is the title of the image in double line letters followed by smaller print descriptive text and the address of the lithographer/publisher, "Published by Sarony & Major, 117 Fulton Street, New York." The print measures 26 inches by 19 inches. Some professional repairs, else, fine condition.

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