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    Abraham Lincoln: Glorious Newspaper "Broadside". 27" x 20 1/2" page in broadside format, likely published by the "Albany Journal" at the conclusion of the 1864 Presidential election. Titled "The Loyal North Has Declared For Freedom and the Union", it incorporates all the typical "bells and whistles" used in campaign broadsides: a dominant woodcut of the bald eagle perched atop the globe, various type fonts and slogans galore! Some sample phrases: "Abraham Lincoln, Re-elected President of the United Unites", "No Quarter to Rebellion!" and "The Empire State Repudiates all Sympathy with Treason." Not examined out of frame. If you would like an affordable Lincoln "broadside", consider this!

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    October, 2017
    21st Saturday
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