1892 Civil War Prints - Gettysburg -charge Of Confederates On Cemetery Hill 1863


1892 Civil War Prints - Gettysburg -charge Of Confederates On Cemetery Hill 1863

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1892 Civil War Prints - Gettysburg -charge Of Confederates On Cemetery Hill 1863:
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YOU ARE offerDING ON AN 1892 CIVIL WAR PRINT ...... "BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG -- CHARGE OF THE CONFEDERATES ON CEMETERY HILL, THURSDAY NIGHT, JULY 2, 1863 ".

FROM THE SKETCH OF A CIVIL WAR ARTIST

MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 16.5" X 11.5"

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OUTSTANDING OLD AND UNIQUECIVIL WARPRINT FOR FRAMING .

PRINTS FROM THE 1892 PUBLICATION "THE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR" OR "THE UNITED STATES IN THE CIVIL WAR"

WILL BE MAILED FLAT AND SEVERAL LAYERS OF HARD BACKING SUPPORT.

***** THE SIZE OF PRINT AND WEIGHT OF HARD BACKING REQUIRE USPS PRIORITY MAIL

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1892 Civil War Prints - Gettysburg -charge Of Confederates On Cemetery Hill 1863:
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