Harper's Weekly Page Civil War Abraham Lincoln Cartoon 1st Battle Manassas 1861


Harper's Weekly Page Civil War Abraham Lincoln Cartoon 1st Battle Manassas 1861

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Harper's Weekly Page Civil War Abraham Lincoln Cartoon 1st Battle Manassas 1861:
$36


Original & Collectible Civil War Era Harper's Weekly Page

"Vintage Original Full single Page, Front & Back, w/ front Engraving Illustration From Genuine Civil War Era Harper's Weekly " -Dated: August 10, 1861 - (1 side shown above -see image) NOTE: . Each Full single Page may be slightly trimmed up to all 4 sides as needed, removing some edge raggedness & tiny tears but leaving ample margins for display & framing.. Each Of These Full Pages are dated in margin .Hand selected by us from Original & Old Authentic Harper's Weekly Publications, Now becoming Very scarce! (*This is only a page, Not A Complete Issue) Full Page ! Both Sides ! ***BONUS***Back Of page contains following articles/editorials : Domestic Intelligence; Congress; Conditions of Washington; The Battle of BULL Run -MANASSAS; Chart of dead & Wounded; The Rebels at Bull Run; How The battle At Bull Run came to be Fought;Missouri Skirmishes; ADS-One illustrated for Gardiners Compound.
Original Full Page From Civil War Era Harper's Weekly Incredible Original Period Graphics Ready For You To Frame & Display!!! Offering: (1) Full single Page Original, Vintage authentic Harper's Weekly Page as shown above (1 side shown above -see image) shipped in clear storage sleeve.(*This is only a page, Not A Complete Issue) Dated 1861. Now over 150 Years Old!!! Original & Genuine! measures : approx. 11 1/2" x 16" .Printed on a rag content paper. Each Full Page will be slightly trimmed on all 4 sides, removing some raggedness & tiny tears leaving a clean margin area. READY TO FRAME! Shipped Gently Rolled in Clear Poly Sleeve & Kraft Tube. CONDITION- toned moderate caramel brown, occasional spots, some brittleness. a few edge tears may be present or repaired using archival acid free reinforcements.Some basic care in handling recommended. uncommon! Highly Collectible! Original & Old NOT A REPRODUCTION!!! An investment!! Harper's Weekly
!! Compare To $50.00 or More Elsewhere !! !!!Great For Decoration-Superior Vintage American Graphics Illustration!!! Carefully Placed In An Archival quality Storage Bag For Your Protection Ship Weight 15 oz. Shipped U.S.mail.GENTLY ROLLED & & PLACED IN KRAFT CARDBOARD TUBE FOR CAREFUL TRANSIT. If you require special FLAT HANDLING & SHIPPING -email us for "ADDED" shipping fees. offer WITH FULL CONFIDENCE. Shipping Fees quoted are for U.S. Buyers. International Buyers please email us first for shipping quote before buying. See Full Sale Terms By Clicking On Our About "ME" Icon above! We Regularly Sell Worldwide To Museums, Authors, Movie Prop Houses, Academicians & Better Collections WE WILL EXCEED YOUR EXPECTATIONS Ken & Judy's -Serving Collectors & Historians Since 1979!
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Harper's Weekly Page Civil War Abraham Lincoln Cartoon 1st Battle Manassas 1861:
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