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    Abraham Lincoln: Large Mounted Albumen of the President and Tad.
    Variant of O-114, originally taken by Alexander Gardner on February 5, 1865. 6.25" x 8.5" albumen with added studio backdrop, titled "President Lincoln and His Son Thaddeus. The last Photograph the President sat for." Published by G. F. Bouve of Boston. Affixed to an 8" x 10" mount, irregularly trimmed with moderate toning and chipping to the edges of the albumen. Good clarity and tonality.


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    November, 2019
    2nd Saturday
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