Dog Malamute, Alaska Gold Prospector 1940s Print
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Dog Malamute, Alaska Gold Prospector 1940s Print:
This charming print of Alaska is from a rare childrens book, circa 1940, published long before statehood! It depicts an Alaskan Malamute or husky dog carrying a pack alongside a gold prospector. Presumably they are on the Klondike trail, on their way to Whitehorse. The caption reads: Gold prospectors, bent by their heavy packs.
This color print is on thick pebbled papers with wonderful color. The color is actually richer and deeper than my scan shows. It has text on the back, but the text is not visible through paper. This is NOT a recent copy or modern reproduction, but a GENUINE item over 65 years old.
The page measures approx. 9.25x11 inches, and the actual image area is about 7.75x8.5inches (19.5x21.5 cm).
This is NOT a recent copy or modern reproduction, but a GENUINE antique item.
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