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    Beautiful, Unusual Framed Color Print of Lincoln with Boy and Dog. Measures 20.75" x 15.75", framed to an overall size of 22.75" x 17.75". Ready to hang. The foreground shows a bearded Lincoln in a Washington park, sitting in a high-back chair, seeming to lecture to a small child while a panting dog sits nearby. An open book, Lincoln's cane and top hat lie around them. The Capitol rotunda stands in the mist in the background. "2352" is printed in the bottom right corner, probably the sequential print number from the manufacturer. In the lower left corner is printed "© R.C. Co., N.Y.". Below that is signed "C.Y. Moran" followed by what appears to be a swastika (probably not Nazi-related). The print shows a small fold in the the top right corner and a few surface scratches, but they do not detract at all from this beautiful piece of Lincolniana.

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    February, 2007
    26th-27th Monday-Tuesday
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