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    William E. Marshall (American, 1837 - 1906)
    Abraham Lincoln, 1866
    Mezzotint engraving on paper
    27 x 20.5 inches (68.6 x 52.1 cm)
    Credit printed in border below image

    The left and bottom edges are somewhat tattered. There are also moisture stains in the left margin and bottom left corner, along with a 3" horizontal tear from the upper left edge. Overall toning from age and a mat burn below the mat window edge. The image itself is in very good condition and presents well within the mat and frame. Matted and framed under glass to an overall size of 33.5 x 28.75 inches.

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