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    Abraham Lincoln: Norman Rockwell Signed Lithograph. 16.5" x 30.5" [sight] 15-color lithograph, handsomely double-matted and framed to an overall size of 29" x 43.5". It depicts a youthful Abraham Lincoln reading a book while carrying an axe. The family log cabin is seen in the distance. It is signed by the artist in pencil in the lower border, "A/P Norman Rockwell". It is an artist's proof, one of thirty-five produced. It is based on a painting done by Rockwell in 1964, commissioned by the Lincoln Mutual Savings Bank of Spokane. An edition of 260 copies in total were pulled in 1976, printed on papier d'Arches.

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    May, 2017
    13th Saturday
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