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    Abraham Lincoln: Lincoln's First Inaugural Address Broadside Extra From Maine.
    Bold and stunning large broadside extra printed by the Maine Democrat, Saco, Maine, Tuesday March 5, 1861. Measures a substantial 8.75" x 24", has some light wear and folds, but these can be overlooked due to the rarity and desirability of the piece. The President's complete Inaugural address is printed. At the very end printed are the results of a local election held in Saco for Secretary and Chairman. The first example we have ever brought to auction. A wonderful piece from the "Pine Tree State".


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    2nd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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