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    Lincoln & Hamlin: A Marvelous Full-Bordered Currier Grand National Banner.
    One of four such poster prints issued by Currier & Ives for the 1860 candidates, as part of their avidly-collected 1844-1876 series. This is an exceptional example, with the deepest, richest color we've seen on one of these, and amazing full wide borders as shown. For strictest accuracy we note several utterly trivial imperfections: a small tear in the upper border, slight light wrinkling at the very bottom, and one almost unnoticeable partial horizontal crease below "For Vice President." One could not ask for a more pleasing example. Elegantly custom-framed to 16" x 19.5".
    The Eric Caren Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    2nd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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