1911 Mexican Revolution Rppc By Jim Alexander - Mex. Soldiers On The Firing Line


1911 Mexican Revolution Rppc By Jim Alexander - Mex. Soldiers On The Firing Line

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1911 Mexican Revolution Rppc By Jim Alexander - Mex. Soldiers On The Firing Line:
$10


1911 Mexican Revolution Real Photo Postcard taken by Jim A. Alexander. Title at bottom front reads: "On the firing line, Feb. 8, 1911." Exact location unknown, butprobably northern Mexico near El Paso. This RPPC scene shows Mexican revolutionaries on a hillside above what appears to be amajor road below.They aim and fire various types of long guns, including some lever-action rifles. The shooters wear various types of sombreros. The Jim Alexander imprint appears to the right of the view title. Overall Excellent Condition and Guaranteed Original. See three scans for details. Terms of Sale: Buyer pays shipping charges and payment must be made no later than 7 days after the close of the sale. I pay insurance on any item that sells for over $100.00. All items are well-packed prior to shipment. Please ask any questions at least one day before the end of the sale. Thank you for offerding with us!

1911 Mexican Revolution Rppc By Jim Alexander - Mex. Soldiers On The Firing Line:
$10

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