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    Abraham Lincoln: Ten Varied Cartes de Visite of the Civil War Era.
    --Two images of Lincoln and Thad, one bearing the imprint of Charles Desilver, Philadelphia.
    --An unusual image of "Our Late President", a steel pen copy of the familiar Berger pose issued as a promotional item for Gardner's Business college, Scranton PA, with their promotional text on reverse.
    --A ghost image of Lincoln on the Emancipation Proclamation. Reverse bears a tribute poem by the issuer, George Martin, Montreal.
    --An image of the familiar engraving of Lincoln with his family. No maker imprint.
    --An attractive image titled "Emancipation" showing Mr. Liberty with African American man and woman. By John Sowle, Boston. No maker's name.
    --Two artists conceptions of Lincoln's inaugural ball, both with Abe front and center. No maker's name.
    --An artist's conception of "President Lincoln's First Home" by Crater and published by J.I. Campbell, Chicago. Historic text on verso.
    --A beautiful image of the acclaimed Roger's "Council of War" sculpture, issued by Edouart's Photographic Gallery, San Francisco.
    Overall condition excellent, one with three border chips and one with two corner clips. Approximate size: 2.5" x 4".

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    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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