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    Pair of Winfield Scott and William Graham Campaign Prints by Currier 10" x 14" hand-colored small folio lithograph published by Nathaniel Currier in 1852, titled "Winfield Scott. Whig Candidate for Fourteenth President of the United States. From Daguerreotype." The "Hero of Many Battles" is posed beneath some billowing draperies with his sword in plain sight. Colors are strong, including deep rose, yellow, powder blue, pale green and flesh tone. Overall condition is fine with some light dampstaining. Sold together with the mate for the Whig Vice Presidential nominee, William Graham. It is titled "William A. Graham, Whig Candidate for Vice President of the United States." Graham is pictured seated, clutching a book, with inkstand and letter on a writing desk in front of him. This print is moderately, but evenly toned with a minor dampstain in the lower right corner. These are scarce!

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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