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    Abraham Lincoln: Large Henry Gugler Engraving. 26" x 33.5" engraving of "Lincoln" published in 1869. The engraver was Henry Gugler, after a painting by John H. Littlefield, printed by William Pate & Company of New York. Gugler was a vignette engraver at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington. He worked on this commission for two years and, in 1878, opened the Gugler Lithographic Company in Milwaukee. Handsomely presented, housed in a period wood frame with gilt liner. This is the largest engraving of Lincoln ever produced and is rarely offered for sale. Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2017
    13th Saturday
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